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CRIME IN BROAD DAYLIGHT. A Korean national, Hyung Hur, is slumped on the front passenger seat of his vehicle after he was shot and killed along Ortigas Avenue Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011. His Driver, Mark Casayuran was rushed to the nearest hospital. RUEL PEREZ/Radyo Inquirer 990AM

MANILA, Philippines – A foreigner, identified as a Korean national, was shot dead while his driver was hurt after they were ambushed by motorcycle-riding suspects in Ortigas Avenue Thursday, police said.

Hyung Hur, 59, a Korean businessman, and his driver, Mark Anthony Casayuran, were about to park the black Ford Expedition (HUR 33) they were riding in near a coffee shop along Connecticut Street around 8:30 a.m. when two suspects on board a motorcycle attacked them, said Senior Superintendent Ranier Espina, chief of the San Juan City police.

Hur died after sustaining several gunshot wounds while Casayuran was rushed to the nearest hospital, he said. Hur’s body was taken to the Arch Michael Funeraria, said Espina.

Meanwhile, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority said that the eastbound lane in Ortigas was closed to traffic because of the shooting.


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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PYQ2UB7PHJ34WII42OSCOUGUXA yeoj

    do we have a banana republic? lawless criminals at krimen araw araw nagkalat buong pilipinas? ano ba gawa ng presidente? PSP? browse sa net ng next GF? wtf 

    • Anonymous

      The President alone cannot stop this crime.  Marami kasi sa atin ang ayaw tumulong sa imbestigasyon kaya lumalakas ang loob ng mga hired guns.   Mga ayaw tumestigo kahit may nakita dahil “ayaw madamay.”  Ang totoo damay-damay na tayong lahat nito.  Lahat tayo ay biktima na rin ng paglakas ng loob ng mge kriminal.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HQWHNVVPXWQTZXAGUKJUI772EE Haching Mitsu

      Ba’t mo sisihin Presidente, nababasa nya ba ang isip nung kriminal? Kung ikaw ba naging Presidente nailigtas mo ba yung Koreano? Sige mag facebook ka nlang hijo. 

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PYQ2UB7PHJ34WII42OSCOUGUXA yeoj

        kapag ikaw nadale sa isang kalsada dian ng isang kriminal.. bahala na si mayor sau ha ,, at sana msabi ni mayor botante ko kaya to

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ICTGLSHY3FEBILNQLGJAOIYYUQ Jonathan

      you make your own banana republic.  people like you who lack reason are the reason why you think you belong to a banana republic

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2ZPLXB7KDA2DN2Z53IXWSKKAZU Kakashi

        pre pagpsencyahan mo n yan,ns siko utak nyan e.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ETIVE4H6I7ZVBAL72HE3VLGCA4 nicosan

      kawawa ka tuloy. wala ka kasi kukote ayan, naputakte ka ng reaction na may logic.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PYQ2UB7PHJ34WII42OSCOUGUXA yeoj

        logic? ngo ngo ka pala para san pa naging presidente sia kung di nia matigil ang krimen ng bansa. riding in tandem etc.. hindi na sana sia naging presidente kung sa sasbhin nia bahala na si mayor dian or si chief PNP, anak ng eto pa logic mo bahala na mga koreano mafia war yan.. nak ng.. 

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2ZPLXB7KDA2DN2Z53IXWSKKAZU Kakashi

        alam mo utoy kung ano ang logic ng ibat ibang dept?kung bakit may dfa,pnp,mmda..kung bakit may mga local govt,bkit may mayor?san b utak mo?ikaw b ang pumatay s koreano?bk kc alam mo kung ano reason bkit pinatay e…syempre ky nga imbestigahan e,alam mo n un utoy?wag kang dale ng dala ng hindi mo ginagamit utak mo h…tama nga cla…mag fb k n lng bk may nag-like s comment mo n may sakit k…

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Z6U25GIY66GOY64DA3QY7OEB54 ricky

        Ah, ang gusto mo bang presidente ung laging nasa kalsada at nagaabang ng killer na riding in tandem?

        Ano ba trabaho mo? Kc khit sa managerial position sa janitorial services brod nde ka papasa nyan…. tsk tsk?

    • Anonymous

      baseless…tsk tskl

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jaoh-Bot/100000857595896 Jaoh Bot

      Ganun ba yun, May kilala akong joey na tanga!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dan-C-Rivera-Jr/1068719127 Dan C Rivera Jr

    How are we going to attract foreign investors to invest their businesses here in the Philippines if we ourselves are the ones literally killing them off. I just hope this killing incident of a Korean national in the Philippines is just an isolated case.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EAUFRN6E4JJ67TDR25KRGR3DFE Zen

      eh di pa nga alam kung sino ang pumatay. malamang kapwa koreano din. may mafia culture sila.

  • Anonymous

    Hindi ba pwedeng mag conduct ng random checks ang mga pulis sa mga motorcycles, lalo na iyong parehong lalake pa ang nakasakay? I’m sure na alam ng mga pulis kung anong klaseng motorsiklo ang karaniwang ginagamit ng mga criminal na iyan. Masyado ng marami ang krimen na murder na ang gamit ay mortorsiklo… PAPAANO MAIIWASAN ANG MGA PANGYAYARING ITO PARA HINDI NA MAULIT?  

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_UIA5BENNF75F5QPBQTP4KWIXRU sullivan

    bakit binaril yung koreano? ano ang dahilan?

  • Anonymous

    Sana nga po dok Dan isolated case ito, just like Luneta hostage and many cases involve foreigners. The government should lead the investigation to show all over the world that Philippines is a safe country not only in our dreams.. take note from pinoybiscuiter

  • Anonymous

    these forces are maybe against the Philippine government’s efforts for foreign inverstments and tourism. Shame on them. They make cases like this to shoo them away.

  • Anonymous

    alam nyo ba ito? isa sa mga kultura ng mga koryanong negosyante ay nagpapatayan, para lang mapa-unlad ang kani-kanilang negosyo.

    Do not blame this incident directly to the government. tignan naman natin ang ilang angulo bago tayo maghusga.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=592069102 Rolando Ablanida Jr.

    baka marami sa inyo ang hindi nakaaalam ng Korean mafia sa Pinas. they ask fellow S. Koreans for money in exchange of security and protection or else… yan, dedz!

  • Anonymous

    Guess how this is going to play out in the foreign media. Shooting in broad daylight. Philippines: Wild West of Asia, etc….

    PNP should be given a budget to install security cameras along the entire NCR region. There should also be a national ID system and unique bar code number for every individual that will be required for any transaction. It will help track down criminals. It works in the UK, Taiwan and other countries.

    The question is – where to get the money. Perhaps by deducting the salaries of senators, congressman and the executive branch. After all most have them have other sources of income. Also, police chiefs should have salary deductions based on the number of unsolved crimes committed in their area of jurisdiction. Another source of budget could be overhauling the fines of traffic violators. Instead of a flat rate for all violation, the fine would be a percentage of their income tax payment. Hence while the average Joe gets fined a few hundred pesos, someone like Henry Sy could be fined hundreds of thousands of pesos for running a red light.

    • antonioluna

      i think the ill gotten wealth of arroyo, angara and marcos family are more than enough.

    • tong_its

      i agree cctv cams should be installed and a digital national id system finally pushed into law. ph still lives in the second wave, while the rest of the world is firmly in the third. mahal ba natin ang juan time–laging nahuhuli–at ayaw nating umabante?

      it’s the same as loving those tearjerker TV scripts, playing them over and over again. why do people believe in promises that are never delivered? and if delivered, only half-effective which is as good as not being effective at all. why do we take in all for the moment campaign pledges that stand little chance in the passage of time? aren’t we a country stuck in hopes and dreams but never achieving goals in reality?

      where to get the money–pnoy’s pantawid pamilya program has a P39B budget, which the senators are opposing. the problem is wrong priorities. we would rather dole out cash to “ease poverty” which is an exercise in futility. if you think about it, govt will NEVER have enough money to ameliorate the situation of every downtrodden juan de la cruz and his dependents because poverty is an unalterable fact of the economy. does “becoming less impoverished” make sense? no. you are still impoverished, and will become more so as the value of our money dwindles with every passing year. more and more people will be pulled down to poverty level. any amount of dole-out will never solve poverty. it is an idealistic program with little practical result to speak of.

      so, why not use the pantawid (gutom, if i may) budget to improve peace and order? even if our cops will lose their beer bellies and learn to sprint and marathon and drive patrol cars like F1 racers, they are no match to an electronic security network in mitigating crime. why can’t we acknowledge that fact?

      you might ask what will jobless people do for a living? well, that’s why we need to generate more productive jobs and control population growth. to generate jobs, we need a viable influx of foreign investments, which comes with stable economic policies, infrastructure and peace and order. it would be a mistake to assume investments will arrive while foreign nationals continue to be killed in broad daylight. to control population growth, we need serious reproductive measures in place. in this regard, we are all for principle and cause (pro-life, religious faith, whatever) and nothing for consequence. it’s the perfect recipe for runaway regression.

      the shift has to start somewhere. making a reason of joblessness to not do anything results in nothing. in the meantime, the peace and order situation deteriorates; with rampant crime, traditional law enforcement sits and watches helplessly, shrugging its shoulders in resignation. thus, welcome to manila the city where thuggery reigns unabated in the ineptitude of the police and absence of security and tracking technology. want to be an unsolved crime statistic? we have a lot of that here, not to mention sleazy sex tours.

  • Anonymous

    I wish all places are like Davao City.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PYQ2UB7PHJ34WII42OSCOUGUXA yeoj

    Para sa mga hepatitis (yellow) followers hahahaha more crimes are coming from dis country dahil sa workaholic niong presidente work para magkasyota (sakto syota para shortime lang) lang ang inaatupag,  while ur president is giving millions to japan maraming naghihirap d2 dahil sa bagyo.  Mamigay na rin kau ng condom kase un ang priority ng gobyerno nio kasama nio sila lea salonga at risa hontiveros para makatulong sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TXX7TLDY2U2NSF524I3CWSSENY anonymous

      weh

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jaoh-Bot/100000857595896 Jaoh Bot

      Bat di mo nalang sisihin diyos kung meron man?

    • antonioluna

      napakaganda ng iyong kumento, pinag isipan mo bang mabuti iyan hehehe.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TXX7TLDY2U2NSF524I3CWSSENY anonymous

    puro reklamo amp

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PYQ2UB7PHJ34WII42OSCOUGUXA yeoj

      hmp ka din hepa follower hahahha

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2ZPLXB7KDA2DN2Z53IXWSKKAZU Kakashi

    nttw ako s mga comment mo e,wlng laman..mas mabuti p kamote may sustancya…utak mo wl.FYI(for your information)hindi lng s pinas araw araw may krimen,buong bansa yan..pauwi n c pnoy galing japan,may dalang gud news n nagsabing mga japanese investor n magnenegosyo cla d2..cguro ikaw dapat maghanap ng gf…or bf….pr nmn maayos pagiisip mo.

  • Anonymous

    Until the President can put his foot down and stomp out illegal peddling of guns, regulate motorcycle-riding in tandem, and beefing up safety of not only tourists but the whole public in general, no one would be interested in the Philippines.  If these continues, then it’s goodbye foreign investors, goodbye tourism. Sadly the country is no different to Afghanistan, where your life is always at risk.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jaoh-Bot/100000857595896 Jaoh Bot

      Ano naman kinalaman ni Pnoy dito??? Krimen to boy, hindi pulitiko!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2ZPLXB7KDA2DN2Z53IXWSKKAZU Kakashi

    “Sadly the country is no different to Afghanistan”  utoy nkpunta k n b ng afghanistan?hindi mo alam pinagssabi mo….magbasa k ng mga news h.hindi lng s pinas may pinapatay FYI lng…pr may silbi k pag may nakita kang krimen,report mo agad.magtestify k(testigo b)pr mabawasan ung krimen…ok utoy?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TKQGLJHFJDUE3RQTVXM3XFYJF4 JosephJ

    Chief Bartolome kumilos naman kayo…no one is safe anymore….

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sokor-Park/100002605297822 Sokor Park

    Handiwork of Sparrow Unit?  

  • Anonymous

    ….. Baka fans ng Smart Gilas yung killer. hihihi joke

  • Anonymous

    I think it’s totally insensitive and inappropriate to publish this photo. I can imagine the guy’s friends and family seeing this. Just bloody awful.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000149203054 Abraham Darius Llave

    pina-assasinate ni Kim Jong-il! Baka nagdefect from North Korea! joke.

    bad this is rather sad. :(

  • enrico custodio

    DIYOS KO PO !           this is bad news for the philippine tourism industry.         korea will definitely blacklist phil in their travel advisory again.         then other countries like USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, UK, France, Italy and others will follow and downgrade philippines as a prime destination !         bad news always travel fast !       no countries want to see their businessmen getting killed !

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Q2SCYFJ75OELHY2KEH5PRLSIAU ..II..

    sabi nga ng katoliko…..patawarin mo sila kc d nila alam ang kanilang ginagawa…..KALOKOHAN!!!!!
    ang too much pkkialam ng simbahan at human rights blah5…..
    justice system natin s pinas is too expensive and for this we need judge dredd to clean these pest…..

    • Anonymous

      You are ill-informed about the Church.

  • http://twitter.com/SampalocKid sampalok kid

    parang mafiosa kung pumatay sa bayan natin. sira na tayo sa HK ngayon naman sa SK naman. problema ito noy at dapat mahuli ang gumawa nito. hitman ng isnag politiko o negosyante ?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_W6H5DZKUQTUASP4S6CGTK7B3E4 kevin

    I made up my mind not to entertain the idea of retiring in the philippines anymore…..

    • Anonymous

      Stay where you are, Kevin.

    • Anonymous

      ngayon mo lang naisip iyon, Brad, Talo Kita, matagal na akong retirado, never think that I will spend my twilight years in The Philippines

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VY25ZOHU3FJFFX6CYSH5W4AX3I sugbu

    I hope our PNP can shed light or solves rampant criminal activities…irregardless of victims,foreigners or not.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_6XQ56F6GJZIXQM2RQXLU66XASQ caloyocoy

    yung mayor dati sa paranaque ganyan ang pangalan,walangutak

  • Anonymous

    I remember the new DOT secretary  said that tourism  is as easy as chickenjoy. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5P6P3MFOHCEBRFKYI3MBKTYQQY ramser

    Amend the gun laws.Reinstate the death penalty for murders, rapes,robbery,  drug / human trafficking etc
    Any crime that can potentially cause a death should be punished by death. An eye for an eye. Wasnt that written in some scripture?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZO2FOBJ2P77CDRXLAQZJ6ZRCB4 Cynthia

    Sa mga mambabatas natin – puwede po bang gawin niyong Number 1 priority ang “GUN CONTROL” at lumalala na ang ganitong mga krimen sa ating bansa.  Eto na lang muna ang pagusapan niyo “over a cup of coffee” instead of other topics.  Why do we have to even worry about RH blah blah other bills if we cannot even be safe in our country.  Bakit may mga baril na nabibili o nakukuha ang iba nating kabayan wala ngang makain? at ang mga politiko dapat kuntrulin din ang baril na hawak nila! 

    • Anonymous

      “Gun control” or total disarmament of the civilian population, as most liberals love to define it, is stupid, unrealistic, and futile. Doing so would only create a large(r) underground arms market and allow people (and criminals) to get even more lethal and powerful firearms than they ones you originally took or tried to take away from them. 

      Current gun laws already enforce reasonable restrictions on the type and quantity citizens can acquire. All that remains now is to enact laws that would keep guns off the streets and out of public places, keeping them at home and making said places safer for everyone.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZO2FOBJ2P77CDRXLAQZJ6ZRCB4 Cynthia

        Point well taken Mr Panzerjock, sorry for my lack of knowledge on the current gun laws – can you please enlighten me on measures or whatever laws there are for enactment on how to keep guns off the streets and out of public places, keeping them at home and making said places safer ….
        thank you

      • Anonymous

        It’s perfectly alright. As of now, there are laws requiring that people have a permits to carry in order to carry firearms outside their homes or their property (and getting one usually isn’t easy), but the penalties for violating such are not harsh enough. A lot of criminals can get simply get off on bail after being arrested for carrying or possessing illegal weapons and then walk off and get their hands on replacement weapons from illegal sources as if nothing happened. If people like them were punished publicly and far more harshly, others would think twice about bringing guns out on the streets or using them in public.

      • Anonymous

        America has gun laws.  It worked because they are educated and responsible.  In the Philippines if you give guns to the senators, congressmen, president, military they ra-ta-tat because of screwey justice system.

      • Anonymous

        Your are correct, PHilippines cannot afford to have total diarmament of gun on civilian population. The culture of living with guns has long plays a deep root in Filipino society, unlike some other countries such as Singapore Malaysia and Brunei. their cultures are of gunless society. Different countries had different cultures.

      • Anonymous

        Yep, true!  And Filipino culture is a culture of impunity, pakikisama, bayanihan spirit and crime families, the smallest social unit.

      • Anonymous

        People should also not be denied a reasonable and effective means to defend their homes, property, and families. But that’s as far as gun ownership should go in my opinion. Guns belong at home for that purpose; not in public or in the streets, which should be safe for everybody.

      • Anonymous

        HAR! HAR! HAR!  How can Filipinos have gun control when as simple as traffic offenses cannot be enforced, bawal umihi-dito, huwag matgapon ng basura  cannot be enforced.

        WISH YOU LUCK GUYS !  

  • Anonymous

    Huh? Si PNoy pa rin ang sinisisi ng iba? Kulang na lang isisi kay PNoy ang kamatayan ni Bonifacio ah.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WK3BJC6MYF4NL2C2KTOQF3B3HE Vernon Gabrielle

      labo! hindi naman si pnoy ang salarin..bakit ba natin sinisisi c pedro sa kasalanan ni juan? Filipinos are always like that..we’re innately fault-finders, mud-slingers. why not redirect our attention to better things done under incumbent administration than detraction? eh kau rin nmn ang nag-elect kay p-noy eh

  • Anonymous

    Yung ganitong krimen dapat bitay ang katapat nito. Problema kasi dito sa atin ang daming gustong umiksina at gustong sumikat para hindi lang eto maipatupad. Kung may pinatay ka at purposeful and premeditated, you were renouncing your rights as a human being. Its true an eye for an eye kaya dapat sa taong ito ibitay rin…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000009097029 Amiel Zaldua

      But given the weak and corrupt justice system we have, do you still think it is wise to impose the death penalty? Even if we do impose capital punishment for the purpose of deterring crime, do you think it would be effective in our country’s context knowing that justice in this country comes at a price?I suggest that we first improve our justice system before we even contemplate on imposing death penalty. 

      • Anonymous

        Filipino justice system is screwey.  They make pagarparings to the irrepsonsible philippine media to convict them thru popular demand instead thru justice.  

        And who makes pagarparings to the media ?  Of course the justices, bureaucrats, cabinets and, no less, the president.

        HOW CAN THERE BE IMPROVEMENT OF JUSTICE SYSTEM?  Gloria is already convicted in the minds of the Filipinos despite she’s not dragged to court yet.  She cannot be dragged to court because pagarparings is not basis of guilty verdict.

        HAR! HAR! HAR! HAR! HAR!

      • Anonymous

        A fascist approach should be taken towards crime. When you begin curbstomping violators and making their pain and humiliation public, you will instill fear and discipline in the rest of the populace. People may call you a tyrant for doing such a thing, but justice will be painful and swift and they will think twice and stay in line because they know they can’t easily get away with anything.

      • Anonymous

        I agree with you.  But who will do the curbstomping, painful and humiliating them in public?  Not Filipinos.  Filipinos are already naturally corrupt.  WHO WILL ?  

        It should be a foreigner from abroad who should do it.  A foreigner should be judge, jury and executioner because Filipinos cannot be relied upon because of BAYANIHAN SPIRIT, PAKIKISAMA, CLOSE FAMILY TIES …. ATBP.

        The only solution is OUTSOURCE THE GOVERNMENT TO BURMA ! 

      • Anonymous

        *Facepalm*

        Refer to my last comment…

  • Anonymous

    another victim of the Mafia

  • Anonymous

    Gun control only works in favor of criminals.  Besides, RP has a lot of gangsters some of whom are 4 star generals (if you know what I mean) who will always find a way to empty the armory of the PNP or AFP to get guns if they really want to. To put it simply, the Philippines is a dysfunctional society.

    • Anonymous

      Filipinos are bunch of hoodlums.  

      My axiom still rings true:  What goot is a goot president if 99.999% of Filipinos are not goot.

      Filipinos only become goot when they go out of their country.  And when they come back they become Filipinos again.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OJWHBJLMWPTRUOZMN6JOMHLO2A Banana Na

    mahirap na lang sa ganyan basta ka na lang binabaril ng assasin, kaya maraming motorsiklo ang na-aksidente kasi kala ng mga driver ng car ay babarilin ka na lang kapag tumabi pa sa sasakyan pinag-drive mong car ang motorsiklo, kaya unahan mo na, banggahin mo na… di mahuli-huli mga ganyan assasin, tagal na ganyan problema, dati ay kapag nag-withdraw ka lang ng pera sa banco na dyan na ang motor riding assasin nag-hihintay sa iyo sa labas…gusto ba ng government na maging new MEXICO ang PILIPINAS, GAWIN NINYO NG PARAAN BAKA LUMALA PA ANG ISIP NG MGA GANYAN ASSASIN, sigurado NEGOSYO yan ng isang tao na tumatanggap ng malaking halaga tapos may mga tao sya ang papatay sa mga tao na gusto ng CUSTOMER NIYA…dati sa ARROYO ADMINISTRAION meron na yan pati ba sa government ni Pnoy meron din di matapos-tapos ang ganyan problema….

  • Anonymous

    One day someone hit my car and I was told to go the Barangay Hall which I did.  You know what the barangay official told me?  Well sir, I can’t make judgement against my own people.  Just because I am a foreigner. How I wish I had a gun that day.

    • Anonymous

      BLAME GLORIA !  HAR! HAR! HAR!

  • Anonymous

    It is not the laws, people.  It is not judicial system.  It is not enforcement.  

    THE PROBLEM IS ….. and the ONLY PROBLEM …. ARE THE FILIPINOS !  HAR! HAR! HAR!

    For Filipinos to change, give them visas abroad.  Because when they are abroad they are meek, docile and domesticated like dogs …. And when they come back here they become alzheirmic “HINO MO AKO KILALA?”  ”KILALALA MO BA SINO AKO?”  

    HAWR! HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!

    THE ONLY SOLUTION IS OUTSOURCE THE GOVERNMENT !!!!!  It takes a foreigner to arrest a Filipino but not a Filipino to arrest a fellow Filipino because of pakikisama, bayanihan spirit, close family ties, “bahala na ang dios sa yo” mentalities.

    • Anonymous

      Seriously, would you stop talking like a guffawing drug addict? We’re trying to hold an intelligent discussion here. Take your ignorant psychobabble and asininity elsewhere.

      • Anonymous

        Seriously, yes, you sound “intelligent”.  But regardless how intelligent the laws are who implement it?   guffawing drug addicted Filipinos?  DIOS MIO, MARY MOTHER OF CHRIST HELP !

  • Anonymous

    Those commentators here who think there are problem with laws must have check their brains in Mandaluyong …. there is nothing wrong with the laws … THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE FILIPINOS !

    • Anonymous

      you are right MarianoRenato! That’s why there is something wrong with you!
      HAR! HAR! HAR!

      • Anonymous

        Unfortunately for you, I gave up being a Filipino.  I have learned to adopt other civilized culture.  My reading Philippine Inquirer and Philippine newspapers and Filipino commentators is to check whether the Filipino brains have improved, WHICH OBVIOUSLY HAVE NOT.  And, 2ndly, IT IS ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES, I truly get entertained with pyrrhic, convoluted logic, observation lacking, and hopelessly hoping that Filipino would have improved since 480 years ago. 3RDLY AND FINALLY, it keeps my brain in tip-top condition.

        HAWR! HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!

  • Anonymous

    Mr. MarianoRenatoPacifico, what kind of government you can suggest to be imported? Made in Burma? Made in China? or Made in North Korea? 

    • Anonymous

      *with wry sarcasm* Maybe we should send him to North Korea. He’d be right at home with the tyrannical lunatics who run the place.

      • Anonymous

        I tried courtesy.  I tried offering solution.   And for the past 11 1/2 years Filipnios just do not get it.  Mabuti pa ang Yemenis, Syrianese, Egyptianese  they totally understood how to use the internet to change their government.

        Heto ang mga anti-sarcasm still believe that laws can still be implemented when it took benign0-the-Turd to tell the traffic enforcer to ticket the Media van for driving the wrong way.  This statement will have difficulty in digesting to commentators here.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PPSHX2WQDC664ASRV6X2K5EVEQ Mind Lumayag

        In what way did you tried courtesy and offering solution to Filipinos? You are portraying yourself as if you posses inteligence about politics and a nationalist knight in armor, well sino ang niloloko mo, ulul. 

      • Anonymous

        I offered solu8tion, seriously !  HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!  My solution is OUTSOURCE THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT BECAUSE THE FILIPINOS HAS NO BUSINESS RUNNING THEIR OWN GOVERNMENT !  HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!

        I don’t dabble in politics.  Because politics are for the tsismosos and tsimosas !  And that is what idiot peryodistas are fond of,  POLITICS !  HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!

      • Anonymous

        aso ka ba? tahol ka ng tahol..

      • Anonymous

        Dear Hawr! Hawr! Hawr!

        ISA KANG PANIS NA INIIPIS!!! ISA KANG BIYA NA NAKALUWA ANG MGA MATA!!! Pa civilized civilized ka pa diyan… well, tell you what Mr Hawr-Hawr, since you moved into that so called civilized place, you just made it uncivilized… kawawang lugar! NAKAKASUKA KA AT NAKAKADIRI!!! PWEH!!!

      • Anonymous

        HAWR ! HAWR! HAWR!  

        Philippines is dooomed becuase Filipinos brain are full of BUKO JUICE !  HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GURBWYA3AIXC22EF6E6HIHRNQE Ornbort Vortingeresdemesus

        what place? trolls live under bridges. they subsist on attention. 

      • Anonymous

        Anyone who knows this MarianoReantoPacifico, can you diembowel him and I will send your reward money. Let us see if he can treat this ad as a joke.

      • Anonymous

        HAWR! HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!

        I thoughted you wanted DAAN MATUWID !  HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!  

        Pagarparings lang ka pala jurbinsky77 !!!  HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!

        Disembowel?  Or dis-em-vowel ?  HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!

        Before you get to me STARVATION GETS TO YOU FIRST !  OR YOUR FELLOW ESTANBAY !  HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!  Because birds of the same feathers flucks together !  HAWR ! HAWR! HAWR!

      • Anonymous

        I agree with you Mind Lumayag. Mariano Renato Pacifico is a poison not to the Philippines but to humanity in general. If you track all of his comments, it continues to contain not one iota of how he himself can help the Philippines or mankind. His words are vile and terribly indicative of how his parents either  failed to raise him properly or much worse, that he is a product of his parents’ abnormality.

        Only someone who actually possesses lower grade brain cells such as Mariano Renato Pacifico can utter these kinds of derogatory words about Filipinos, which he himself still is, despite living in another “civilized” society as he calls it.

        Well, Mariano, you living in a civilized society does not automatically make you civilized!

        Mariano Renato Pacifico claims that he reads The Inquirer to find out how dumb Filipinos are.  In fewer paragraphs than what one would see in a copy of The Inquirer’s cartoon section, he has managed to show the world his deficiencies.

        Mariano Renato Pacifico claimed in past postings that he has superior DNA than Filipinos when in fact, he is a nincompoop  and a discombobulated ignorant fool! Yes, Mariano, you who claims that you are superior when you cannot even produce grammatically correct sentences.

        Each and every time I happen to see Mariano’s negative comments about Filipinos, I will call him out! As he finds it amusing to make derogatory remarks about his very own race, I find it refreshing to put him in his right place. Of course, it is a waste of my time to even respond to him but I need to have some fun once in a while…

        By the way Mariano, I also live in a civilized society but I have not seen you in our neighborhood at all!

        Don’t forget the word “Karma” as I am sure it will catch up to Mariano Renato Pacifico.

  • Anonymous

    I agree with you @MarianoRenatoPacifico:disqus …Filipino brains have never improved and probably won’t….you can checked that…in government agencies in particular, sa kanto kanto, sa barberohan ganun pa rin ang mga kwento nila…”kwentong barbero”, sa mangahan, sa showbiz…, private workplace ….haaayy! ano nga pala ang  bago mong citizenship? puede sumali? Filipino mentality talaga dapat ang mabago kung may pag-asa pa…partikular na jan ang mga mambabatas!

  • Anonymous

    what a shame…PNP is really in a coma. . .period

  • Anonymous

    To all those planning to retire or do business in RP, this is one of the many hazards you will be exposed to. 

  • Anonymous

    Hopefully, Inquirer won’t get sued for posting the picture of the victim still slumped on his seat and publishing his name at this time. In many countries, no media may release names of dead persons before family has been informed. It is also unacceptable to show pictures like these.

    • Anonymous

      Tama, most civilized and developed countries observe confidentiality and respect to dignity to the highest degree, tayo lang ang post kaagad sa pictures at mga pangalan! 

  • Anonymous

    I agree with you Mind Lumayag. Mariano Renato Pacifico is a poison not to the Philippines but to humanity in general. If you track all of his comments, it continues to contain not one iota of how he himself can help the Philippines or mankind. His words are vile and terribly indicative of how his parents either  failed to raise him properly or much worse, that he is a product of his parents’ abnormality.

    Only someone who actually possesses lower grade brain cells such as Mariano Renato Pacifico can utter these kinds of derogatory words about Filipinos, which he himself still is, despite living in another “civilized” society as he calls it.

    Well, Mariano, you living in a civilized society does not automatically make you civilized!

    Mariano Renato Pacifico claims that he reads The Inquirer to find out how dumb Filipinos are.  In fewer paragraphs than what one would see in a copy of The Inquirer’s cartoon section, he has managed to show the world his deficiencies.

    Mariano Renato Pacifico claimed in past postings that he has superior DNA than Filipinos when in fact, he is a nincompoop  and a discombobulated ignorant fool! Yes, Mariano, you who claims that you are superior when you cannot even produce grammatically correct sentences.

    Each and every time I happen to see Mariano’s negative comments about Filipinos, I will call him out! As he finds it amusing to make derogatory remarks about his very own race, I find it refreshing to put him in his right place. Of course, it is a waste of my time to even respond to him but I need to have some fun once in a while…

    By the way Mariano, I also live in a civilized society but I have not seen you in our neighborhood at all!

    Don’t forget the word “Karma” as I am sure it will catch up to Mariano Renato Pacifico.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GURBWYA3AIXC22EF6E6HIHRNQE Ornbort Vortingeresdemesus

      guys, stop feeding the troll. 

  • Anonymous

    tingnan nyo, safe na safe  talaga sa pinas at well maintained ang peace and order  kaya naman galit na galit  si P-Noy sa mga travel advisories

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FVD6CSXSJGGMCCJQ3WJYWYDXGY jejken

      hahahahahah tama ka dyan boy manok!!!!!!

    • Anonymous

      boymanok, Basta makabatilos ka sa Presidente ngayon ayos sa iyo.

      • Anonymous

        PAGARPARINGS KA NAMAN … huwag ka magsalita ng politico and goot deeds.  YOU DO NOT HAVE MORAL FORTITUDE !!!  HAWR! HAWR! HAWR!

      • Anonymous

        talagang ganun ang buhay, parang life

  • Anonymous

    Inquirer flashes “Crime in Broad Daylight” and reports that it caused some traffic issues and stops there immediately. Have our media already succumbed to taking these things easily, not even digging deeper and asking what is being done to find the suspects, at the very least?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FVD6CSXSJGGMCCJQ3WJYWYDXGY jejken

      as in ganon lang ang balita parang wala lang…… isa na naman itong dungis  sa sa ating lipunan na kong hindi pagtitibayin ang pag huli at pag puksa sa mga taong halang ang mga kaluluwa ay matatakot ang mga taga ibayong bansa na magpunta dito sa atin sa pinas dahil sa ganitong mga krimen…kahit anong pag sisikap ng pangulo at ng kalihim ng turismo  na himukin ang mga ibang bansa na dalawin at mag sipagtayo sila dito ng mga negosyo kong hindi naman masisigurado ng pamahalaan ang kanilang kailgtasan i doubt na mag kakaruon ng katuparan ang mga plano ng gobyerno

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_J4VJY47YNNT3EYCVSSCMKN6MTU Eighties Boy

        Haha, it’s like “Terrorists crash plane into Twin Towers, property values plummet”.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_J4VJY47YNNT3EYCVSSCMKN6MTU Eighties Boy

      Haha, it’s like “Terrorists crash plane into Twin Towers, property values plummet”.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_22PRRPV4XKOOIC5TBS2ZLT7PZQ Tirador Ngbuwaya

    Talaga bang inutil ang law enforcers natin para mahuli yang mga riding -in-tandem na yan ?  Dami ng napapatay yang mga killers na yan. . . . . Suggestion ko, bakit hindi  bigyan ng malaking pabuya o reward money ang makakahuli o makakapatay sa mga riding in tandem killers  sa point na just after committing the crime o tumatakas pa lang. . . say. .  reward money of P50,000 per killer. . .palagay ko kahit na mga cigarette vendors na malapit sa crime scene papaluin ng lalagyan ng sigarilyo yang mga riding in tandem killers na yan . . para makuha lang ang reward money. .

    • Anonymous

      Tirador is right.

  • Anonymous

    Tuwang tuwa ang animal.



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