Rappler Is Recruiting!

MANDALUYONG, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Mandaluyong Bureau) – Rappler, the least-trusted news brand in the Philippines whose CEO Maria Ressa is a convicted criminal, is recruiting!

The news website which was recently ordered shut down by the Securities and Exchange Commission has posted a job announcement for interns and volunteers (read: unpaid) who may be interested in furthering their journalism career.

However, even if it is a pro bono position, Rappler is leaving no stone unturned to make sure that only the committed and extremely qualified apply and will be subject to a lot of fact-checking and intensive screening.

See if you qualify:

President Bongbong Marcos Orders Retention Of August 21 As A National Holiday

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – It’s perhaps one of the most difficult decisions President Bongbong Marcos has had to make so far: to retain August 21 as a national holiday.

August 21 is the death anniversary of Ninoy Aquino, and is the birthday of the First Lady, Lisa Araneta Marcos.

But it is also common knowledge that August 21 is the anniversary of the Plaza Miranda bombing which many believe to be the works of anti-Marcos and communist elements. It resulted in the death of 9 people and injury to 95. Aquino was mysteriously absent during that Liberal Party rally.

Marcos’ decision came in the form of an Executive Order.

All’s well that ends well.

Maria Ressa Is An Inaugural Member of the U.N. Panel On Internet Censorship

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Rappler CEO and convicted criminal Maria Ressa has brought another big honor to her beloved country, the Philippines.

Ressa has been chosen as an inaugural member of the United Nations Panel on Internet Censorship.

U.N. sources told The Adobo Chronicles that Ressa, a Nobel Laureate, is perfect for the panel, having been a Facebook fact checker where she excelled in closing down many accounts that run counter to her yellow narratives.

It will also be recalled that Ressa has been advocating that Rappler “take back the Internet,” after her least-trusted news brand lost out to individual social media influencers and netizen journalists.

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