Archive for August, 2010

Did Mayor Lim Order The Attack?

Posted in All About The Philippines, Philippine News with tags , on August 30, 2010 by JJ Duque

Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim was camped out at Emerald Restaurant along with other chiefs and officials of the Philippine National Police, where they set up their headquarters to monitor the hostage situation.

"Tirahin Na Natin Iyan!"

They chose the Emerald restaurant because of the two 20″ televisions, where they could watch the broadcast from both ABS-CBN and GMA. But primarily because the Pata Tim there is one of the best in the country.

Once the SWAT team on the scene of the hostage was in position, their was a call on the radio saying, “Sir, we are in position, what do we do now?”

According to reports, Mayor Alfredo Lim said, “Tirahin na natin iyan.” Within seconds the attacked commenced and the bloodbath happened. However, there was a misunderstanding on the order as Alfredo Lim meant, “Tirahin na natin iyan” referred to “Tirahin na natin yung buchi.”


How To Handle A Hostage Situation In The Philippines

Posted in All About The Philippines, Duke420 Articles, Philippine News with tags , on August 30, 2010 by JJ Duque

Manny Pacquiao: Chief Hostage Negotiator

Send Manny Pacquiao to be the chief negotiator.

Manny Pacquiao can afford any ransom made by any hostage.

When Manny Pacquiao steps into the bus, the hostage-taker will be so star-struck it will give enough ample time for the sniper to fire at least three times (should he miss the first two.)

If Manny Pacquiao gets close enough to the hostage-taker, his left hook will knock out the hostage-taker.

Why NoyNoy Didn’t Pick Up The Phone

Posted in All About The Philippines, Duke420 Articles, Philippine News with tags , , , on August 30, 2010 by JJ Duque

Donald Tsang, President and Chief Executive of the Government of Hong Kong tried several times to reach Philippine President Noynoy Aquino, but apparently couldn’t get through.

The real story was that Noynoy saw his cellphone ringing, but what registered on his cellphone was “Private Number”, so he dismissed it.

Undaunted, Donald Tsang then tried to get hold of Presidential sister Kris Aquino, and was actually able to talk to Kris Aquino.

Kris Aquino even promised, “Of course, Mr. Tsang, we will help you with the hostage crisis and I will inform my brother Noynoy. In fact, we’re airing all the action right now in our network, and I will personally be interviewing the hostages IF they survive. Mr. Tsang, I will also send you some pancit malabon, which is ten times much better than Hong Kong fried noodles.”

"I Will Send You Pancit Malabon!"

After Kris Aquino got off the phone with Donald Tsang, she then called her brother Noynoy Aquino.

Noynoy Aquino took a look at his cellphone, and saw that it was Kris Aquino who was calling. His immediate response was, “Ano na naman drama nitong Kris na ito,” and threw his phone away.