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This is the full list of names of politicians, judges, policemen, and members of the armed forces that are allegedly involved with illegal drugs. These are the names mentioned by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte hours earlier.

Judge Mupas of Dasmarinas Cavite
Judge Reyes (only known) - Baguio City
Judge Savilo - RTC branch 13 Iloilo City
Judge Casiple - Kalibo, Aklan
Judge Rene Gonzales - MTC
Judge Navidad - RTC Calbayog City
Judge Exequiel Dagala - MTC
Judge Dapa - Siargao
Mayor Reynaldo Flores - Naguilian, La Union
Mayor Dante Garcia - Tubao, La Union
Mayor Martin De Guzman - Bauang, La Union
Mayor Marjorie Apel Salazar - Lasam, Cagayan
Mayor Goto Violago - San Rafael, Bulacan
Mayor Marino Morales - Mabalacat, Pampanga
Mayor Felix Castillo - Langiden, Abra
Ex-Mayor Eufranio Eriguel - Agoo, La Union
Mayor Jesus Celeste "Alias Boying" - Bolinao, Pangasinan
Mayor Jose "Pepe" Miranda - Santiago City, Isabela
Mayor Vicente Amante - San Pablo City, Laguna
Mayor Ryan Dolor - Bauan, Batangas
Vice Mayor Edgardo Trinidad - El Nido, Palawan
Mayor Alex Centena - Calinog, Iloilo
Mayor Julius Ronald Pacificador - Hamtic, Antique
Mayor Jed Mabilog - Iloilo City
Mayor Sigfredo Betita - Carles, Iloilo
Mayor Mariano Malones - Maasin, Iloilo
Ex-Mayor Michael Rama - Cebu City
Mayor Hector Ong - Laoang, Northern Samar
Mayor Rolando Espinosa - Albuera, Samar
Mayor Beda Canamaque - Basay, Negros Oriental
Ex-Mayor Madeline Ong - Laoang, Northern Samar
Vice Mayor Francis Ansing Amboy - Maasin, Iloilo
Fralz Sabalones - San Fernando Cebu
Antonio Pesina - Iloilo City
Erwin "Tongtong" Plagata - Iloilo City
Ex-Congressman JC Rahman Nava - Guimaras
Party-list Rep. Jeffrey Celis
Ex-Mayor Abubakar Abdukarim Afdal - Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur
Mayor Gamar Ahay Janihim - Sirawai, Zamboanga del Norte
David Navarro - Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur
Bobby Alingan - Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte
Yusofa Monder Bugong Ramin - Iligan City, Lanao del Norte
Jessie Aguilera - Alegria, Surigao del Norte
Mayor Fahad Salic - Marawi City
Mayor Mohammad Ali Abenal - Marantao, Lanao del Sur
Jamal Dadayan - Buadiposo-Buntong, Lanao del Sur
Sabdullah Macabago - Saguiaran, Lanao del Sur
Muslim Aline Macadatu - Lumbatan, Lanao del Sur
Rasul Sangki - Ampatuan, Maguindanao
Montaser Sabal - Talitay, Maguindanao
Vicman Montawal - Datu Montawal, Maguindanao
Samsudin Dimaukom - Datu Saudi Ampatuan, Maguindanao
Norodin Salasal - Datu Salibo, Maguindanao
Ex-Mayor Benahar Tulawie - Talipao, Sulu
Reynaldo Parojinog - Ozamiz City
Nova Princess Parojinog Echavez - Ozamiz City
Mayor Omar Solitario Ali - Marawi City
Vice Mayor Abdul Wahab Sabal - Talitay, Magundanao
Otto Montawal - Datu Montawal, Maguindanao
Nida Dimagkon - Datu Saudi Ampatuan, Maguindanao
Arafat Salic - Marawi City
Rasmiyah Macabago - Saguiaran, Lanao del Sur
Congressman Guillermo Romarate, Jr. - 2nd District, Surigao del Norte
Former board member Ricardo Parojinog - Misamis
The following active and retired law enforcement officers were mentioned (list as read by Duterte:
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P/Insp. Rolando Batulayan (ret.)
P/Supt. Maristelo Manalo - PNP-CIDG
PCI Roberto Palisoc - Station 7 MPD
P/Supt. Ciceron Ada (ret.)
PCI Eric Buenaventura - Navotas
PO2 Geraldine Bautista Manuel - PNP PRO2
SPO3 Ronald Calap - Isabela PPO
POC Rodel Samoledo - Lalio Police Station
PO3 Cecilio Domingo - Nueva Ecija CIDT
PO2 Ryan Mendoza - Tarlac Police Station
Jeffrey Serafica - Butuan PPO
PO1 Norman Adarlo - Puerto Galera NPS
Mark Canete - RSRPSB MIMAROPA
PO1 Mark Christian Catalina - PNP Camarines Norte
PO2 Alan Carpio PCP - 8 Pasay City
PO3 Eric Lazo - QCPD Station 6
PO3 Alexander Macabeo - PCP 3 Paranaque City
PO3 Johnny Mahilum - QCPD Station 6 Batasan
PO2 Celito Melendrez - Binangonan Police Station
Gen. Vicente Loot (ret.)
Gen. Valerio (ret.) - Santa Barbara, Iloilo
Gen. Bernardo Diaz - Region 6
Gen. Idio - RTC of Calbayog City
P/Supt. Floro (ret.) - Antique City PNP
P/Supt. Kashmir Disomangcop - COP of Iloilo Base Commander
P/Supt. Delia Paz - Chief RDIDM
P/Supt. Genepa - RIU Intelligence
P/Supt. Ipil Duenas
P/Supt. Condag
P/Supt. Eugenio Malic - PNP Maritime Group
Lamsis - former chief Antique anti-drug
P/Supt. Gomboc
P/Supt. Lebin
PCI Maymay
PSI Kenneth Militar - Iloilo
PSI Donasco
P/Insp. De Jose - SOG PNP Region 6
P/Insp. Duarte - former PCOP of Arevalo, Iloilo
P/Insp. Vicente Vicente - COP Banate
P/Insp. Romeo Santander - Former chief intel Cebu
PO2 Michael Cortez - Barile Police Station
SPO1 Jen dela Victoria - PS5 Cebu CPO
SPO1 Onel Nabua - Barile Police Station
PO2 Jomar Ibanez - Lapu-Lapu Police Station
PO3 Ryan Martus Kiamco - Cebu Provincial Office
PCI Ibrahim Jabiran - Zamboanga CPO
PCI Perfecto Abrasaldo Awi Jr. - Misamis Oriental
P/Insp. Roy Montes - Iligan PRO
P/Supt. Ricardo Gando Pulot - COP Quezon Bukidnon
P/Insp. Martin Plaza - former Panabo chief intel
PO1 Pierre Dizo - Zamboanga del Sur
PO3 Omar Juani - Zamboanga City Public Safety
Rommel Mansul - PRO9
PO3 Daryl Page - Tabasan Municipal Station
SPO1 Totong Joe Valdez - 9th RNG
SPO4 Rodrigo Ramos - Bukidnon PRO
SPO1 Reynaldo dela Victoria - CDO
SPO3 Emilio Mendoza - Lozaria PP5 Iligan City
Marlo Espinosa - Bukidnon
SPO3 Richie Mat - CIDG Mati Davao Oriental
SPO3 Rosell Iliviera - CIDG Tagum Davao del Norte
PO3 Jessie Balabag - Region 11
PO3 Filomeno Toronia - Digos Police Station
PO1 Glenn Alicarte - PRO 12
PO1 Philip Pantarolia - Tacurong City Police Office
SPO1 Gerry dela Rosa - SCPPO
PO3 Bebot Ruiz - GSCPO
PO3 Estelito Solanio - Malongon MPS Sarangani
PO1 Jerebel Ocsio - PRO RMN
SPO1 Ernesto Billones - NCR
JS1 Lito Montemayor - Roxas District Jail Aparri
PO1 Vicente Reynaldo Celis - NCR
PG Drexel Saet - MIMAROPA
SPO1 Felix Tubil - Region 3
SPO3 Nicolas Ponce Angeles - Region 3
SPO2 Rod Erseni - Marinduque BFP
FO1 Reynaldo Valencia - Claveria Police Station
SSgt. Vic dela Cruz - MIMAROPA
B/Gen. Leoncio Daniega - NCR
SPO3 Gerry Mendoza - NCR
Reymante Dayto - Region 5
Reymar Dayto - Region 5
Renato Zamora - Region 6
J1 Alan Manatad - Region 7
SPO3 Christie Cielo Tingad - Region 7
RSAD Casimiro Castro - CAFGU 38IB 6ID ARMM
RSAD Pfc. Philip Miro - 40IB 6ID ARMM
Cpl. Cusinan Lopez - 52IB ARMM
Pfc. Mamadali Ipad - 64IB 6ID
Yasin Abolgalib
JO1 Alfredo Ogacho
FO1 Nicolas Ponce Ablaca
FO1 Ricardo Ibanez
Marine Cpl. Alfrenz Gurias Abedin
Jimmy Manlangit - Region 12

Reference:
https://www.facebook.com/MindaVote/posts/1079613728774171
Ito ay isang sanaysay na isinulat ko ngayon lang; tungkol sa aking karanasan noong bata pa ako. Ito ay isang personal na artikulo.
Nakita ko ang librong I WONDER WHY sa isang mall at isang matamis na kabanata ng aking buhay ang aking naalala, mahigit isang dekada na ang nakakaraan.
Summer break 'yon at mag-ge-Grade 6 na ako nang nagkaroon ako ng munting trabaho: sa isang encyclopedia stall. Napadaan lang ako noon sa stall at nagbasa-basa ako ng mga Grolier books; tinanong ako ng ilang mga trivia questions at nasagot ko nang tama ang mga ito. Pagkatapos noon, kinausap ng lalaking may-ari ang mama ko kung pwede raw ba akong maging ahente nila. Swerteng pumayag din ang papa ko.
Araw-araw akong bumiyahe mula sa bayan namin, papuntang Koronadal City, upang maging batang ahente. Ang naging trabaho ko ay ang lumapit sa mga mall-goer at umalok sa kanilang bumili ng Grolier Encyclopedia. Meron akong mga prepared lines at ang goal ko ay maka-fill-up sila ng mga order forms namin.
Masyadong mahal ang mga encylopedia noon. Siguro mga nasa 24,000+ pesos. Kapag atrasado sila sa presyo ng mga encyclopedia, second offer ko ang isang set ng I WONDER WHY books. Iba't-ibang tao ang aking nilalapitan, kadalasan, mga nanay. Kapag napapayag ko sila; siyempre, bibili sila ng encyclopedia sets. Pwede rin silang puntahan ng demo team tungkol sa mga produkto namin, kung gusto nila.
Kuha habang sumasayaw noong nasa Grade 5 pa ako.
Araw-araw akong nagbi-biyahe at pumapasok sa opening hours ng mall. Nagdadala ako ng sarili kong baunan para sa pananghalian. Kasama ko ang ibang mga bantay rin ng stalls sa karenderya. Sumasakay ako ng bus, wala pang 7:30 AM. Umuuwi ako nang mga 4 or 4:30 PM; mag-isa.
Bagama't hindi ganun kalaki ang isinahod sa akin, ang importante para sa akin, ay ang karanasan kong iyon tungkol sa pagkayod at sa pagkakaroon ng work ethic. Hindi ako pinagtrabaho dahil wala kaming makain, pinayagan ako dahil isa iyong nakikitang mabuting training sa akin. At dahil doon, nagpapasalamat ako sa mga magulang ko sa pagkakataong iyon.
Marami nang nagbago; wala nang mga Grolier Encyclopedia akong nakikita sa mga puwesto sa mall. Subalit, nakatutuwa pa ring malaman na meron pang I WONDER WHY na libro gaya nito. High-tech na rin ngayon kasi meron na silang electronic pen na kasama ng libro. Balang araw, kapag nagkaroon din ako ng sarili kong mga anak; ibibili ko sila ng I WONDER WHY - o pwede ko rin silang ipag-ahente ng mga encylopedia sa mall.
The National Youth Movement for the West Philippine Sea ( NYMWPS), in collaboration with the PEOPLE POWER VOLUNTEER FOR REFORM AND KOMPRe under the leadership of Ms. Norma Gielo Amata, Chairman of Zambales and Olongapo chapters, will be holding a peaceful protest rally against China's invasion, occupation and militarization of the West Philippine Sea - Scarborough Shoal and Kalayaan Island Group, Palawan, on Wednesday, June 22, 2016, from 3 pm to 5 pm, at Masinloc ground seashore, Masinloc, Zambales , Philippines.
The theme of the event is " The victory of the West Philippine Sea is the victory of every Filipino."
More than 300 participants comprising of fisherfolks representing the 14 towns of Zambales who are affected by China's invasion and occupation of the Bajo de Masinloc or Scarborough Shoal, Non- Governmental Organizations, public officials, lawmakers, NYMWPS officers, residents of Masinloc, among others, are expected to attend.

To those who would like to join the rally, please contact Ms. Norma Amata at 0927-8347450 and Ms. Norms Silvestre, NYMWPS Global Secretariat at nymwpsgroup@gmail.com.
Mabuhay ang Pilipinas at ang Sambayanang Pilipino! 
God bless the Philippines and the Filipino people!
Thank you very much!
Dr. Celia Lamkin
Founder and Global Chairperson, National Youth Movement for the West Philippine Sea ( NYMWPS)
Founder and Chair, Global Movement for the West Philippine Sea ( GMWPS)

This is a press release.
Here's the detailed comparison of Presumptive Nominee of the Republican Party, Donald Trump and the so-called "Donald Trump of the East", Philippine President Rody Duterte.











The following are our sources:

https://www.economist.com/blogs/democracyinamerica/2016/03/aipac-and-foreign-policy

Duterte's interview at SMNI TV Show: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaTdR8C11tw

https://www.newyorker.com/news/john-cassidy/donald-trump-is-transforming-the-g-o-p-into-a-populist-nativist-party

http://www.christiantoday.com/article/donald.trump.christianity.is.a.wonderful.religion/27821.htm

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-drumpf-john-oliver_us_56d40adee4b0bf0dab32a73c

https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/776353/duterte-trump-is-a-bigot-i-am-not

https://www.economist.com/blogs/democracyinamerica/2016/03/aipac-and-foreign-policy

https://www.hrw.org/news/2015/07/17/rodrigo-duterte-rise-philippines-death-squad-mayor

https://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,265480,00.html

https://news.abs-cbn.com/image/nation/05/13/16/du30-30-facts-about-duterte-9

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/answer-sheet/wp/2015/07/17/yes-donald-trump-really-went-to-an-ivy-league-school/

https://politikalon.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-master-strokes-of-rody-duterte.html

Flags Backgrounds courtesy of asianjournal.com:
https://asianjournal.com/news/us-philippines-society-seeks-to-bolster-trade-business-relations/

Trump caricature is courtesy of:

http://www.arkansasbusiness.com/post/109874/asa-hutchinson-on-
Hello, everyone.

On this installment of the Word of Thanks, I would like to  thank everyone, especially my loyal readyers, for the continued support of my projects.

SOON? Not anymore. The PoliTikalon Blog TV has already gone online.
Thanks for our colleagues in the US and SIngapore for making me one of its first contributors for the newly-launched news AI website, Noypidaily.com. Visit some of my articles, here.


The largest and the most ambitious project we've ever done so far is the The PoliTikalon Blog YouTube channel.

As of this writing, we've managed to have about 900,000+ minutes of view time. It has also been shared for almost 3,500x. Since its start early this year, we managed to acquire more than 500 new subscribers. Salamat po sa inyo!

Also, I would like to thank the Pinoy voters for making my Compilation of 36 Mock University Polls article viral. I have published it a night before the elections and after four days, the multitude of views made it one of my Top 10 most read articles ever. Salamat!


And because we have already elected our new president, President Rodrigo Duterte, let's just hope for the best as we do our best for the true change that is to come. Mabuhay po tayong lahat.
In this entry, we will try to analyze who, among the presidentiables, is the “King or Queen of the Philippine Universities”; based on how many of the university students have voted in the various university mock polls nationwide.

We have analyzed more than 30 separate polls, and more than a hundred thousand votes to come up with the infographics.

A short disclaimer first:

1. If the total percentages don’t add up to 100%; most of the time, those are the unaccounted percentages of those who: a) abstained, or; b) those percentages which belonged to the previous candidates who were either disqualified or have been withdrawn from the presidential race.

2. The surveys here are those that we have researched from verified URLs only.

3. If the conducted poll covers two months, we would consider it to have been conducted on the latter month.


4. All of these surveys are conducted from November last year up to the last week of April.


All of the photos here can also be viewed via Facebook by clicking here.
So, here is the average percentages of those polls:



And here are the infographics of all those universities and colleges with the corresponding sources.


































It can be noted that nearly 20% of the Philippine population is composed of young people with ages 15-24. Garnering a large number in the so-called “youth vote”, would obviously be an advantage for any candidate for the coming elections.

The wrap on millenials is they just are not politically-motivated. They do not show up or that they care more about their smartphones than they do on who’ll be the next president.
But these mock polls show the opposite.  

What is your take on this? Who’s the leading presidentiable at your school? Please comment your thoughts below.