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    Bravo Beyond Deadlines*

    March 6th, 2018

    DENGVAXIA, a new vaccine against dengue, is still on its experimental stages with unknown downsides or negative side effects yet it was recklessly used in the Philippines. It is not a surprise therefore that many children died as a result of its use.

    It is the position of Freeblance that those responsible for the reckless, negligent and imprudent use of Dengvaxia be duly prosecuted and punished.

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    The chilly relations between South and North Korea is thawing giving rise to hope that both sides of the Korean peninsula will be reunited. It will be recalled that the Korean peninsula was divided into the capitalist south and communist north after World War II. The division came into the fore during the 1950-53 Korean war where the United States and its South Korean ally fought the North Koreans and the Chinese. The war ended in a truce at Panmunjom.

    Despite the recent nuclear missiles crisis and other security issues that have evenly frozen relations between Pyongyang and Seoul, and the coldest point of the year which “really iced” the Pyeongchang Winter Sports Olympics 2018 (Feb. 9-25); the bitter cold ironically unified the divided peninsulares into one Olympic team. That’s nice.

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    The 160-year old mystery of the 18 apparitions of Mary, the mother of God, by the pristine stream of the Pyrenees mountains in Lourdes, France recently exacted its 70th miracle in the person of 69-year old nun Sister Bernadette Mariau, who was finally cured of her barely five decades of painful sciatica or pinched spiral nerve.

    Sister Bernadette is a namesake of St. Bernadette Soubirous, who was then a 14-year old peasant when the Blessed Virgin, who is one of the Roman Catholic’s central blessed figure, appeared to her in a cave at Lourdes. Their  common denominators are being nun and Bernadette. Their difference is time, if not age (the saint died young at 35) or hometown (the saint is from southern France and the 70th Our Lady of Lourdes’ miracle recipient is from northern France). AMEN.

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    Freeblance congratulates Beyond Deadlines for its 2nd anniversary.

    A melting-point of Cyber Era minds of the 21st century, Freeblance remembers the long missed Between Deadlines of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, then the Philippines number one paper. Between Deadlines, a hard-hitting column run by its news reporters/correspondents in the late 1980s till early 1990s, run at a time when information is a dangerous thing to let go.

    Between Deadlines enticed and motivated Freeblance to channel its free thoughts and balanced perspectives to Beyond Deadlines.

    Keep posting and reading Beyond Deadlines…Bravo Beyond Deadlines!!!

     

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

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    Thank God a nuke war has been averted….for the moment*

    August 24th, 2017

    THE “Nuke War’ scare has again hit the Asia-Pacific region and the United States after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un threatened to “unleash” its Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles near the US territory of Guam.

    To avoid a nuke war, Kim  must be calmed by stopping the Pyongyang aimed joint US and South Korean military exercises. Without this major provocation, Kim is just an ordinary international criminal or bully.

     

     

    Whether the international community likes it or not, North Korea is in a military stalemate with the US and its South Korean proxy. Through this status, it earned the right to demand an end to the provocation. Had it actually lost the Korean war, it will not be in a position to make any demands today.

    North Korea, it also must be noted, is in a position to bring nuclear Armageddon to the world with the slightest US/South Korean provocation. Believe me, there will be no victors should a nuclear war breaks out in the Korean peninsula. 

    Thank God, Kim Jong-un did not test his missiles near Guam thus war in the Korean peninsula is averted, at least for the moment.

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    Marawi is still in hell as ISIS linked Maute terrorists are still laying siege on that predominantly Muslim city. Hopefully, Marawi will soon be liberated and the Mindanao State University, the city’s pride, will resume normal operations.

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    The “Avian flu” scare in Luzon prevented some 300 soldiers of the Philippine Army from being sent to Marawi City as they were deployed in Central Luzon to help contain the bird flu-infestation.

    But there is no need to worry as Avian flu regularly comes and goes. It is part of our national life though we still need to pray that it does not affect us humans.

    Let us remain strong and boost our immune system by living a green and healthy life.

    By the way, there is no need to fear the fried chicken as the avian flu virus easily dies when its host dies. Just be aware that eating chicken and unlimited rice could be bad if you have diabetes.

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

     

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    Saving Geraldine*

    July 27th, 2017

    SAVING innocent people in the war zones of Marawi City is next to impossible but miracles happen even during these perilous times when Islamist groups like Maute and Abu Sayyaf are in control of some parts of the scenic Muslim dominated city by the shores of Lake Lanao.

    The rescue of Geraldine, the 32-year old beloved wife of ex-Philippine Coast Guard personnel Saipoding Mariga, is among the many miracles that happen daily in Marawi. Saipoding couldn’t believe himself when he saw his wife alive, albeit wounded, while on her way to a nearby hospital on an ambulance stretcher.

    The 45-year old Saipoding, who maintains a buy and sell stall in his home in Paco, Manila; immediately went to Marawi after learning of the Maute siege with the intention of bringing his wife and seven children to safety.

    Moro Islamic Liberation Front volunteers were able to pluck all of his children from danger and brought them to a safe place but failed to rescue the already wounded Geraldine as she could no longer move inside the family home along Lucman Street. It was the members of the Philippine Army Scout Rangers (Musang) and a few volunteers who were able to do so amid the hail of gunfire.

    FREEBLANCE first met Saipoding on June 4 (the 13th day of the siege) while he was desperately looking for someone to help him rescue his wife.

    Rescuers and government authorities no longer want to listen to me. I want to rescue her (Geraldine) even if I am alone, even if no one will accompany me,” Saipoding said.

    Nevertheless, it was the succeeding efforts of FREEBLANCE that led Saipoding to the right people and the eventual rescue of Geraldine.

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    The 60-day Martial Law in Mindanao to defeat Maute-ISIS-linked terrorists and to end Marawi war is okay. In fact even the Supreme Court says so.

    FREEBLANCE, however, believe that it is necessary to extend its duration to wipe out, if not neutralize, ISIS terrorists in Mindanao. It is also necessary for the execution of the “marshall plan” to rebuild Marawi and help its war-battered people.

    Extending martial law is okay but not for five years or the remaining duration of President Rodrigo Duterte’s term as suggested by some. That will not just fly.

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    The ISIS’ Mosul lair in Iraq where 45-year old Islamist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed a Caliphate in 2014 signals the end of his terrorist group, which gained fame because of its asymmetric military tactics, brutality and land grabbing. Al-Baghdadi is also believed to have been killed in a recent Russian airstrike.

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    North Korea’s to have the capability to strike the United States mainland with nuclear missiles, despite being unproven, is alarming. Let us pray that the North Korean leader is just bluffing and that he will never be insane to launch a nuclear war that will be catastrophic for all.

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    FREEBLANCE condoles with the bereaved family, friends, and classmates of Thomasian Guiller “Bong” Prospero, 52, (AB Economics Batch 1986 UST) who recently passed away due to lingering illness. Our heartfelt prayers.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

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    Let us all pray for the Nokor leader not to end our world*

    May 6th, 2017

    ABU Sayyaf’s landings and planned operations in Bohol, a Catholic dominated and culture-rich island province of the central Philippines, apparently signals the start of the bandits desecration of Christian sites in the Philippines similar to what the terrorist group ISIS did in sacred sites in Syria.

    Was the marriage of a recently slain suspected Abu Sayyaf member to a ranking police official part of the group’s effort to gain a foothold in Christian dominated areas and “desecration” of the Philippine National Police? The police official, who is now in custody, reportedly gave aid to her alleged terrorist husband.

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    Philippine security experts doubt that ISIS, despite its claim, is behind the recent bombing in Quiapo, Manila which left several people injured. They said ISIS is in the habit of claiming violent acts to project power and influence.

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    There is nothing wrong with President Rodrigo Duterte’s alleged “breaching” of our traditional alliance with our former colonial masters, the US through our establishment of friendly relations with Russia and China. Former Philippine President Fidel V. Ramos, a well-known US ally and a West Pointer, does not see anything wrong with Pres. Duterte’s friendship with former communist Russia and socialist China provided that our self-professed socialist president respects the United Nations.

    This is so because Russia and China are now the world’s big market economies. They are now capitalist states like the US.

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    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations 30th summit in Manila over the weekend proved to be a five-star public relations gathering of ASEAN member states heads and a reiteration of its traditional policy of “non-interference” which was meant to preserve camaraderie and cooperation among member states.

    Due to the non-interference policy, rifts caused by divisive issues like territorial disputes in the South China Sea and alleged human rights violations were avoided.

    Well and good. ASEAN life goes on paving the way for better trading relations between the Philippines and other ASEAN member states.

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    The brewing tension in the Korean peninsula is a powder keg waiting to be struck by lightning. The peninsula is on the verge of a nuclear war which could be started should Kim Jong-un unleash his nuclear tipped missles on the US submarine and aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson that are assembled off the coast of Korea.

    Pyongyang is technically still at war with Seoul and Washington and their allies since the 1953 Panmunjom Truce only temporarily halted the Korean War.

    Let us all pray for the Nokor leader not to end our world.

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    Freeblance congratulates Filipina triathlete silver medalist of Singapore 2016 SEA Games’ Triathlon event Kim Mangrobang for making it again as part of the Philippine national triathlon team that will compete in 2017 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia this August.

    She recently qualified in time trial after bagging hard earned fifth place in women’s elite division of the Subic International Triathlon (SuBIT) over the weekend.

     

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

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    Happy first year anniversary Beyond Deadlines*

    March 1st, 2017

    PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte’s cancellation of the government’s peace talks with communist rebels and his declaration of an all out war against the New People’s Army surprised both his allies and foe alike. The president cited the loss of trust as basis of his decision following the death of three soldiers in an NPA ambush in Bukidnon.

    Sentaor Panfilo Lacson said National Democratic Front (NDF) seems to have lost control of communist guerrillas in the field. I think he is correct. It seems that the red fighters in Mindanao, under the maverick Jorge Madlos, does not want the peace talks.

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    The kidnap for ransom and slaying of South Korean Jee Ick Joo or his freedom is already a heinous crime but what made it more appalling is that policemen seems to be behind it all.

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    The holding of the 65th Miss Universe in the country amidst the controversy being generated by the reported extra-judicial killings of suspected illegal drug dealers and dependents is a victory for the Filipino nation.

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    Good relations between the US, on the one hand, and Japan, Canada and Israel on another; was restored following the meeting in the White House of US President Donald Trump with Japan’s Shinzo Abe, Canada’s Justin Trudeau, and Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu.

    Among the three world leaders met by Trump, Freeblance observed that Trudeau was the least happy because of the US leader’s hardline stance against immigrants and his not-so-pro-women viewpoints.

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    PH environment and natural resources Secretary Gina Lopez’s order to cancel the operating permit of 75 mining firms is actually not unexpected since she is an environment activist concerned with the massive environmental destruction caused by mining.

    Nevertheless, Freeblance thinks that Pres. Duterte’s decision to give procedural leeways to mining firms whose errors could be “forgiven” is correct since the Philippines will lose some P70 billion from the closure of all 75 mining firms.

    Sec. Lopez’ proactive decision should prod the government to promote recycling, especially of all recyclable metals and minerals, to make up for the loss income brought about by the closure of some mining firms.

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    After experiencing a severe cold front last February, we very well expect a severe heat wave this coming months. Why? Because we have denuded our forest, paved our roads with concrete and build high rises also with concrete, steel, aluminum and glass, all of which aggravate either the cold front or the heat wave.

    Happy days in the beaches, mountain resorts and springs are here again.

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    By the way, belated Happy Valentine’s Day to all and I salute Beyond Deadlines for its 1st year anniversary on February 24. More power beyond many years to come.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

     

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    Top 10 passers of the PH Dental Licensure exams

    January 26th, 2017

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    THE Philippine Professional Regulation Commission said 605 out of 1,150 passed the December 2016 written phase and 609 out of 613 passed the practical phase of the Dental Licensure examination administered by its Board of Dentistry in Manila.

    The licensure exams were administered by Officer-in-Charge (OIC), Dr. Rannier F. Reyes and its members Dr. Gloria M. Bumanlag, Dr. Melinda L. Garcia, Dr. Roberto M. Tajonera and Dr. Maria Jona D. Godoy on December 1-3, 2016 (written) and January 4-7, 2017 (practical) at PRC testing center in Manila.The top 10 passers of the January 2017 & December 2016 Dentists Board Exams (PRACTICAL PHASE) are:

    TOP 10 PASSERS: JANUARY 2017 & DECEMBER 2016 DENTISTS BOARD EXAM TOPNOTCHERS (PRACTICAL PHASE)

    RANK NAME SCHOOL RATING
    1 ALLAN FRED GARCIA CAMUNGOL CENTRO ESCOLAR UNIVERSITY-MAKATI 84.30
    2 PATRICIA MAE MABIOG ZARA UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- MANILA 84.10
    3 MARK CAMERON JABILE ACUB UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-MANILA 84.07
    4 APRIL LORRAINE YAP RAMOS CEBU DOCTORS UNIVERSITY 83.86
    5 REA ANGELI TAPALES TEDOR UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- MANILA 83.70
    6 EDWARD LOUIE MONTANEZ BARROSO CENTRO ESCOLAR UNIVERSITY-MAKATI 83.63
    7 EMMA ALELI DIZON ALONDAY UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- MANILA 83.60
    8 FATIMA MAE DELIMA GILBUENA UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- MANILA 83.53
    9 EDMAR DELA CRUZ BELLINGAN ILOILO DOCTORS’ COLLEGE 83.40
    10 JAZREEL ANNE RENTILLO ILOILO DOCTORS’ COLLEGE 83.23

    Roll of Successful Examinees in the Licensure Examination (practical phase) held on January 4, 2017 

    1 ABALOS, AILYN MORANDANTE 2 ABALOS, ARMIE CATE SUAREZ 3 ABARQUEZ, MICHAEL ENAD 4 ABEJO, JOANA MAY MOSTRALES 5 ABELLA, SARA PAMELA THERESE LAGON 6 ABO, ANGEL VIC BUENAVENTURA 7 ABRENICA, MARIA ERENICA ARASULA 8 ABUCEJO, JOANNA LUCILLE SALARDA 9 ACHARON, GWENBELLE ABARQUEZ 10 ACUB, MARK CAMERON JABILE 11 ADRIANO, GUILLIAN ARBIE SANTOS 12 AGAPITO, LORIEL JEFFERSON MENDOZA 13 AGBISIT, SHARI LEI DOMINGO 14 AGDA, MIKHAELA DIANNE MAGPANTAY 15 AGUILA, ALYANA JULIET MENDOZA 16 AGUILA, JOSHUA TITULAR 17 AGUSTIN, AGATHA MAE PINEDA 18 AKIA, NICO PAOLO AFRICA 19 ALABAN, MARK JUDE DURON 20 ALAVAR, BRYAN BANTAYAN 21 ALBITOS, ELEIZEL ABILLADA 22 ALBUNAG, ANNE MELVINE AVILA 23 ALCACHUPAS, KATHRINA BUTON 24 ALCANTARA, FITZ JERARD EMMANUEL CAÑA 25 ALCARAZ, MELODY ANN RIÑOS 26 ALCARIA, CHARMAINE 27 ALDAY, JERICHO LUGTU 28 ALGABRE, EZEKIEL UBANDO 29 ALIPIO, SHEILA MAY QUINIT 30 ALMIROL, VIRDEN MIA BONTONG 31 ALMONTE, EILENE JOYCE ALENZUELA 32 ALONDAY, EMMA ALELI DIZON 33 ALVAÑEZ, ROLAND PANTALEON 34 AMANTE, AUBREY ARADA 35 AMBAS, IRIS HAZEL NACUA 36 AMPANG, ILYSSA DELA FUENTE 37 AMPARO, KLAUDINE ARROGANTE 38 AMUL, GRESHA ELINA BLAY 39 ANASTACIO, LEANA MAE AUSTRIA 40 ANG, CHELSEA MARIE GARCIA 41 APACIBLE, IANNA REBECCA POBLETE 42 APOLINAR, AYNA RUADO 43 AQUINO, KATRINA ANNE RIVERA 44 AQUINO, KIMBERLY DALUPE 45 ARBOLEDA, MARIANNE MANUEL 46 ARCALAS, MA ZEINA ANGELA ZARATE 47 ARE, RALPH MATHEW ENERLAN 48 ARRIOLA, SHARMAINE PRINCESA 49 ASOY, CHARIZ TRINIDAD 50 ASTUDILLO, VERONA MICA DANGOY Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 51 ATAYAN, APPLE LYAN LABORDE 52 ATIZADO, SAM DAVID 53 AURELIO, NATHANIEL GODFREY CATABIJAN 54 AVENDAÑO, SONNY BOY RICABO 55 AVES, VIRGILIO JR SALVADOR 56 AYAPANA, REAROSA EVANGELISTA 57 BACHILLER, RICHENA MARIE SANTOS 58 BACOLOD, ROSE ANNE PONTILLAS 59 BACOS, MAE LYN SANTIAGO 60 BADONG, KRISTINE ANN GAITE 61 BAGUIO, IA SHANE MONIQUE NACALABAN 62 BALABBO, MAEDELYN LANIOG 63 BALBOA, ELEANOR LAUS 64 BALOYO, KERSTINE ZAEL CORDERO 65 BALOYO, SHARMAINE ANNE MEDIAVILLA 66 BALTAZAR, JOHN CEDRIC MARCELO 67 BAN, LESLIE AN UBAL 68 BANDELARIA, MARY FE MEDALLADA 69 BANIEL, LORENZ CHRISTIAN PADILLA 70 BARAPON, MA HERMIE CULEEN FLORES 71 BARBA, FRANZ ZERLEEN VIVERO 72 BARCEL, MA TRACEY CAMILLE SALANDANAN 73 BARE, JOECYL LLOREN 74 BARRIOS, JESSAR LYNNE BALOYO 75 BARROSA, CARL JUDE SEMOLAVA 76 BARROSO, EDWARD LOUIE MONTANEZ 77 BARTE, ESTHER JULIE DULFO 78 BARTOLOME, JANNEL ELLANE NIERRA 79 BASUIL, EDGAR BRANDAL JERVIN DIANG 80 BATALLONES, CARMILLE PEREZ 81 BATHAN, FRANNIE PASAO 82 BAUTISTA, LOUIS CLYDE CRUZ 83 BAUTISTA, YVES MICHELSEN RAMOS 84 BELLINGAN, EDMAR DELA CRUZ 85 BERING, VALERIE ANN FIDELLAGA 86 BERNAL, ANGELO OSWALD UBANDO 87 BERNALES, FREDMAR VILLEGAS 88 BERNARDO, ANNE MARIE KRISTINE RIVERA 89 BIACO, RHONA JOY QUITON 90 BIANA, VERONICA ANNE NAJERA 91 BICOL, SHARMAINE MARIE GAMIT 92 BIRUNG, HERALD ROMERO 93 BOHOLST, STEFFI ANN LICAYAN 94 BOJARE, ESTRELLA MARIE BACARRO 95 BONAOBRA, KRISTINE MAE BORLADO 96 BONAYAO, SUNSHINE COPASAN 97 BONDOC, ELORA NIKITA JAVIER 98 BONDOC, JOANNE PAGCU 99 BONZO, LIANTONETTE CASTILLON 100 BOSCH, BLOSSOM LOPEZ Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 101 BRIONES, JOHN NELSON LUGAY 102 BRODIE, JENNIFER MASANGCAY 103 BUBAN, TRACY DANIELLE SAN BUENAVENTURA 104 BUCAD, SHELDON GALFO 105 BUENAVISTA, KRISTEL YAMOMO 106 BUENDICHO, CHARLES BRENT MARIANO 107 BUENO, JANELLE BEATRICE 108 BUGAY, MA EVAN GRACE MENDOZA 109 BUÑO, ANGELO MARQUEZ 110 CABALLERO, LEAH FLOR MACABEBE 111 CABANATUAN, REGIE CALAUNAN 112 CABARRUBIAS, ALYSSA LINYL GILAMON 113 CABAYU, APRILLE DUMON 114 CABERTO, IAN JOEL DIEL 115 CABREROS, MARIAH ANGELA CARREON 116 CACDAC, MA SHEENYL VENANCIO 117 CADAYONA, NYKA LUNA 118 CALAMAAN, ANGELICA CHRISTINE CAR 119 CALAMAAN, WHALTER JHON AGORDE 120 CALANG, MANESSA AMOUR ZERDA 121 CALAUOR, CAREY MORALIDA 122 CALDINO, JAN RENZI SERRANO 123 CALVES, DANIELLE ANN CLARO 124 CAMPO, KENNELYN PANTAL 125 CAMPOS, JAN DAVID ORIÑA 126 CAMUA, KRISTINE JOY MALOMA 127 CAMUNGOL, ALLAN FRED GARCIA 128 CANADA, LIEZA MAE BARGAMENTO 129 CANCINO, KRISLY DELA CRUZ 130 CANCIO, DANIELLE DELA CRUZ 131 CANONO, MA CATHERINE GRACE CAMUA 132 CARAAN, KRISTINE JOY MAYUGA 133 CARIÑO, JANICA CLAIRE TOMBOC 134 CARMELO, PRIJ ALPHONZ CASPE 135 CARMONA, MA CAMILLE PARRENO 136 CARMONA, RONNA FAUSTINO 137 CASANOVA, RALPH CHARLIE BAUTISTA 138 CASIPIT, JOSEPH LOPEZ 139 CASTILLO, ARACELLI PACO 140 CASTILLO, ARIANNE MARIE ALEXANDRA BENESA 141 CASTRO, BARTY BACACAO 142 CASUPANAN, MARY GRACE BOBIS 143 CATANIAG, ROEL DELOS REYES 144 CAVAN, MARIA CHRISTINA JAPITANA 145 CAYCO, MARIA CONSOLACION BELDOA 146 CEBEDO, PATRICK MARC ESTRELLA 147 CEPE, MA ROSELYN TO-ONG 148 CEQUIÑA, SUSAN GAY DEIPARINE 149 CERDEÑA, BIANCA MAE ALFONSO 150 CHAVENIA, JAMIE LYN TEOLOGO Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 151 CHUA, CLAIRE EVANGELINE DE VERA 152 CLARITO, CLARICE VIDAL 153 CLAVEL, AUN CLARICE TEJADO 154 CLUTARIO, ALLYSSA CAMU 155 CO, KARINA ISABEL FERNANDEZ 156 COLA, SUMMER JOY JALEM 157 CONCEPCION, NIÑO JONATHAN CONZ LEGARTE 158 CONCEPCION, PATRICIA MAE VEGA 159 CONOPIO, CRAIG PATRICK CRUZ 160 CORACHEA, MARIE ANTONETTE SANTIAGO 161 CORPUZ, JO ANNE MARIE CALABBUN 162 CORTEZ, TAMERLANE JOY EVANGELISTA 163 COSTALES, GIORGIO PEREGRINO USAL 164 CRISTOBAL, AIZEL NICA CHAN 165 CRUZ, MARY GUMAPOS 166 CRUZ, MICHAEL ALAN ANDAL 167 CUA, MATTHEW LAWRENZ TAN 168 CUIZON, CHARLENE RIZA CONDES 169 CUYAG, JOREPE BERNABE 170 DADIVAS, JO HANNAH AÑES 171 DAMASCO, BENJAMIN FOLLANTE 172 DANGANAN, LANI PULUMBARIT 173 DANGATAN, ROGELYN BAIGUEN 174 DAQUIZ, AIRHA GAY BAUTO 175 DATUIN, MARY PRECIOUS JASMIN ESPALDON 176 DAYO, KAREL IAN LIMJUCO 177 DE CASTRO, CHERIE LOU MARTINEZ 178 DE GUZMAN, DANIELLA FRANZIA PASCUAL 179 DE JESUS, JERRMOND EMMANUEL GANTUANGCO 180 DE JESUS, LAURENCE CLEIDON ABORDO 181 DE JESUS, MARGARET MARIE BERNARDO 182 DE JESUS, NICODEMUS LIWAG 183 DE LEON, JOY JENEENE BAYSANTOS 184 DE LEON, REDJOAN BADUA 185 DE LOS REYES, ROCHELLE GONZALES 186 DE LUNA, MAX CEASAR NOVELOSO 187 DE MESA, LUCILLE ANNE ARCA 188 DE NIEVA, THERESSA NOELYN MANLONGAT 189 DE TAZA, KAIZETTE MIEJE LUDOVICE 190 DEL ROSARIO, JERMAINE VICTORIA GUICO 191 DEL ROSARIO, MA-ANNE QUIAMBAO 192 DELA CRUZ, DANA MICHELLE LIM 193 DELA CRUZ, ERNESTINE ANDREA ANZA 194 DELA CRUZ, HANSELLINE ESPIRITU 195 DELA DINGCO, CRISTINA ANGELA EDRADA 196 DELA ROSA, RABBY LYNN BAUTISTA 197 DELOS REYES, CAMILLE BUSTAMANTE 198 DELOS REYES, RICHELLE JOICE DUMAGPI 199 DELOS SANTOS, JANINE DATOC 200 DEMOL, MAYLORD GRAVADOR Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 201 DIAZ, IVANA GABRIELLE BRANA 202 DIEGO, ALEXIS LOUISE VICENTE 203 DILAY, KAYE JUSTINE BAJAS 204 DIMATULAC, MA LORESA MENDERICO 205 DIOSO, LIRRA BAYLEN 206 DIVINAGRACIA, ALYSSA ASHLEY JERUTA 207 DIZON, KARL LESTER BALDERAS 208 DIÑO, KATHERINE CASSAMELIO 209 DOMINGO, ARIANNE UCOL 210 DOMINGO, MARIA ANGELICA YADAO 211 DOMINGO, RODALYN UMALI 212 DONESA, ALEJANDRO JR HADAP 213 DUMAGUIN, HECTOR ANDREW ARCELO 214 DUMAGUIN, MARIA KHALINA QUINTO 215 DUTERTE, MARIA MARGARITA DOMINGO 216 ECHEGOYEN, TRISHA EIKO MORALES 217 EDEROSAS, JAMIE ROSE GAPASIN 218 EGAR, CHERIEL VIE ORTEGA 219 EGBALIC, RENNEL JIN BANGAY 220 ENCARNACION, DANA VERONICA JIMENEZ 221 ENCINAS, MA FENADEE DIMAANO 222 ENDAYA, MAZIE MARJORIE ESCUETA 223 ENDOZO, GERALDINE LINDO 224 EPONDULAN, MELL LAGUMBAY 225 ESCABALON, HYNDIE CLUADE EFENIO 226 ESCALONA, MA NOREEN LANDAZABAL 227 ESCOBAR, KATHLEEN ANNE SALES 228 ESPENILLA, NICOLAS ROY HERNANDEZ 229 ESPINELI, SHERMANE OLARTE 230 ESQUELA, MA LEILANI ESTHER ANTONIA PACRES 231 ESTARIJA, ANGELI MA LOURDES ANGEL 232 ESTRELLA, LYZZA DIANNE MORDENO 233 ESTREMERA, SUZANNE ABRINA 234 EVANGELISTA, MICHELLE HOPE RAMADA 235 EVARISTO, MARJORIE DORIA 236 FABRICANTE, CHARMAINE LEA PAISO 237 FANER, JAFFA DEA FABABAER 238 FERMANEZ, LOVELY ROSE IGNACIO 239 FERNANDEZ, LERMA ASUNCION 240 FLORES, KIMBERLY TAÑEDO 241 FLORES, MARIEMAY PICARDAL 242 FLORES, ROSE ANN CUEVAS 243 FOJAS, KATHERINE PEREA 244 FUENTES, VANEZA JOY MANZANO 245 GABALDON, VANESSA CELINE MARCELINO 246 GABUAT, HERMIE JOYCE MARQUEZ 247 GADIAZA, BRYAN JOHN GALUT 248 GALAN, JAMES KOJI TABUCANON 249 GALANG, DONNA LYNNE GUZMAN 250 GALEON, MARY JOY EMMANUELLE ROMEA Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 251 GALLARDO, JAN ZEBULUN PAGSUGUIRON 252 GALLARDO, ROBERT ROMMUEL WONG 253 GALLEMIT, THERESSA GUITARTE 254 GALLOS, GINO JR PAGTOLON-AN 255 GALLOS, PEARLY JILL LUNA 256 GALVADORES, VHELRON EBOL 257 GALVAN, MARC ANGELO SANTOS 258 GALVEZ, FLORANNE-DENISE BARTIDO 259 GAMAYO, KATHLEEN JOYCE SAMPANG 260 GAPUSAN, PRINCESS AVIGAIL SEVILLA 261 GARCIA, CZARINA ENDOZO 262 GARCIA, RANINA VENELLE SALUMBIDES 263 GARCIA, RUTH LYN IZON 264 GARCIA, VANESSA MONTERUBIO 265 GATAPIA, ROUZ JANINE AHIDA 266 GATCHALIAN, MELANIE GULAPA 267 GATDULA, EARL JIO AGONCILLO 268 GATDULA, KRISTINE ANNE DIAZ 269 GAVIETA, ERICK GEORGE SALVILLA 270 GAWIDAN, MICHELLE 271 GEMPESAO, JOZELLE AMOYAN 272 GENOVA, JENASHARA CHARIZZE SATURNO 273 GEPANAYAO, LEIZEL ANN LOREDO 274 GIANAN, FRANZ ANGELO DELINA 275 GILBUENA, FATIMA MAE DELIMA 276 GO, CHARMANNE LOVE JOY DE GUZMAN 277 GODOY, JOHN KENNETH ALCONTIN 278 GONZALES, JILLE ANN REGINE DEL ROSARIO 279 GONZALEZ, MARIA ANGELA MARTHA TINSAY 280 GOPENG, JUANCHO JOSHUA MORADO 281 GRIPAL, SHERRY KRIS CLEMENTE 282 GUEVARRA, ROSELLE ANN CLAUDIO 283 GUMBA, JAIZON BEE NECESITO 284 GUTIERREZ, LIZLY ANN TOLIAO 285 HALASAN, MONICA MAY GUBAT 286 HERNAEZ, CITI SARA MISA 287 HERNANDEZ, KATRINA ANOG 288 HEYRANA, MA KEA JAYNE DIZON 289 HIZON, KRISTINA MARIA MARTIN 290 HOUSTON, ADRIAN JAMAIL 291 HUGO, CHRISTOPHER BUOT 292 IBERA, MARIA ANGELINE GRACE MORADA 293 IDRIS, NASHEEMA ADIONG 294 IGNACIO, CHELSEA MAREE MORTEL 295 ILUSTRISIMO, MARIA ODESSA LINABAN 296 IMMOLIAP, BERYL DUNGAYA 297 INFANTE, ARIANA ELAYNE ISLETA 298 IPANAG, CHERRYLYN LUZ 299 IQUIÑA, GLEEZEL APPLE SATO 300 IRANI, MARJAN COLINA Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 301 ISIDRO, JUSTINE NICOLE LAGMAN 302 ISRAEL, MARJORIE ANNE OLIVERIO 303 JACUTAN, EHROME REI EVANGELISTA 304 JALLORINA, JASMINE GEPANAYAO 305 JANDIC, KHARL JOSEPH OSITA 306 JAVIER, JANINA RIO TEJANO 307 JAVIER, JOHN DAVE RAMOS 308 JAVIER, TIMOTHY JOSEF RAMOS 309 JOAQUIN, HERZON BENEDICT TALAG 310 JORGIO, MARGIELYN DANOLI 311 KALAW, ADRIENNE DOMINIQUE SARMIENTO 312 KARIMZADEH, SHIBA OTAYDE 313 KAW, FRANCIS CACERES 314 KELLY, JANIFER AMANDO 315 KHOSRAVIBABADI, HYKAL ROA 316 KUN, MARY LOVELY ANN ONG 317 LABUCAY, KRISHURMURTY ANN CASIL 318 LACEA, FELJIE LAURICE RULIDA 319 LAO, ALYSSA IGNO 320 LAO, MICHELLE KAYE GAMUNDOY 321 LAROYA, KHARENN MAE LAGUNDA 322 LASCANO, JOSHUA RUEL ASPIRAS 323 LASQUITE, ALDREA LACANILAO 324 LAVARIAS, GLAISA MAY CAGUIOA 325 LAYUG, GERARD EMMANUEL PECACHE 326 LAZO, KRISTIANNE GAVINA 327 LEE, YANG MYONG BAQUIRAN 328 LEGASPI, ALLENNA PENNY KIRONG 329 LEGASPI, ARCHELL FAITH PORRAS 330 LEGASPI, MC CYRIL BERGUNIO 331 LERA-OG, PAOLA TERESA JANCE 332 LESCANO, GELLIE JOY GUTIERREZ 333 LESMORAS, MARIA ALYSSA EVANGELISTA 334 LIANKO, FIDELIS MARIE MERCADO 335 LICTAG, JEZEBYL ALBINO 336 LIGON, PATRICIA DYAN LORENZO 337 LILAM, CAROLYN POLILLO 338 LIM, IYAN ANTHONY ANG 339 LINDRES, PATTRICE ANGELICA CONCEPCION 340 LING, SHIRLEY LU 341 LLAMADO, JIAH PE 342 LLENADO, CAROL MAY QUIAMBAO 343 LO, KIMBERLY BLESS BARIT 344 LOGRONIO, MARIA THERESA BANDADA 345 LONGOS, MARIE KARINA CEQUIÑA 346 LOPEZ, EILENE QUENE SASALUYA 347 LOQUE, JERIZA FATE RUNES 348 LUCERO, AIMEE GODOFREDA OLIVER 349 LUCIDO, MARILEA ALCANTARA 350 LUGARES, JANA MARIEL SALANGO Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 351 LUGAY, MARY JEMYLEE ANN RAZON 352 LUMALANG, JORDAN MADRIAGA 353 LUMBRES, MHIA DIANNE YANG 354 LUNETA, KRISELDA PAGUIO 355 LUTERO, VAINNA ROSE QUINTAR 356 MABUTAS, SALINA MARIE IBAMIT 357 MACALANGGAN, AMENAH FELIPE 358 MACAPAS, KATHLEEN MAE BICERA 359 MAGPAYO, MIRABELLE TRINOS 360 MAGTIBAY, JEAN CERES ARSOLA 361 MAKAHLEH, MIRA CAPOBRES 362 MALAYES, KEZIA CHRISPET VILLARTA 363 MAMARADLO, ARETHA SARAH FERNANDEZ 364 MAMARIL, ERINE DORADO 365 MAMON, LORETTA ANSELMO 366 MANABAT, KHARIS FAITH AGAPE TAN 367 MANABILANG, SORAYAH BARRIOS 368 MANALANG, RIKA LAIKA CID 369 MANALIGOD, MARY ANNALYNE AEIOU EUSEBIO 370 MANALO, ALEAH JEROSA ANI 371 MANANSAD, REA PILAR SINAJON 372 MANGUNE, PAULA ANDREA CHUA 373 MANTILLA, KENT ROQUE SAAVEDRA 374 MARAGUINOT, MELIZA NIÑA BAJAO 375 MARANAN, AIRA ANGELI GARCES 376 MARCELO, KAISYL CLEO DE GUZMAN 377 MAROTO, NIKKI JANE REALES 378 MARTIN, EZRA DIOLA 379 MARTINEZ, CARLA FE CAMACHO 380 MARTIRES, MARK BILANO 381 MASANGCAY, GERTRUDES TAMBADOC 382 MATABUENA, ANIANA MARGARETH VILLENO 383 MATIGA, MARIA CHRISTINA MARTIN 384 MAULLON, ALYSSA JOY BARANUELO 385 MEDINA, ARNO ERVEN SULIT 386 MELCHOR, KARREN ANNE GONZALES 387 MENDIOLA, JENNY ROSE RUBIO 388 MENDOZA, ANNA CHRISTINE DIZON 389 MENDOZA, CHIENETH BERNARDINO 390 MENDOZA, ERIKA BERNICE GRANDA 391 MENDOZA, RENEE MAE ALLYSON DUCAY 392 MENDOZA, TRISHA LIM 393 MENGUITO, MARIELLE SEVA 394 MERCED, MERCEDES MONIQUE NUIQUE 395 MESIA, KRISTINE SANCHEZ 396 MIRATE, BARBARA NICOLE SIMPAO 397 MOLINA, RANA BERMUDEZ 398 MONDRAGON, JESSE ALVIN SANTACERA 399 MONTANO, LAURENCE ANTAY 400 MONTAS, KARLA MAE LLANERA Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 401 MONTEGREJO, ARISTOTLE MARQUEZ 402 MONTERDE, VIEZEL GO 403 MORDENO, MA JUNICA STEFFANIE BANDA 404 MURILLO, MA CARMELA CONCEPCION 405 MUÑOZ, ROANNE GELLINE VERGARA 406 NADELA, RAYMUND STEPHEN ACAYLAR 407 NAIG, ALLAINE GRACE ALABADO 408 NAME, ANGELI ANNE RAMOS 409 NANTIN, CHRISTIAN ANGELO MACABASCO 410 NAPIGQUIT, JESSA LOU KASHFI BERGADO 411 NARCISO, IYKA MARYSE CAMACHO 412 NARON, MARIA CELINE ANDRADE 413 NATIVIDAD, STEPHANIE RAE DELA CRUZ 414 NAVA, CHRISTIAN LEE GELUZ 415 NAZARRO, CLAIRE ANTONETTE DE DIOS 416 NIEBRES, AGNES FLORES 417 NIEBRES, ARIANNE MENALYN CENETA 418 NOVICIO, JANINE VALERIANO 419 OASAY, LUCKY LYN ASIS 420 OBISPO, RAYMOND TIMOTHY REYES 421 OCOL, LOURDES FATIMA SAN GABRIEL 422 OCRETO, CHEALSEY SEMBRANO 423 ONODERA, JUNKO GAMBOA 424 OUANO, GLAIZA MAE REVADILLO 425 PAALISBO, NIÑA HYACINTH MAPUTI 426 PACULANANG, JESSA APOSTOL 427 PACURE, CHRISTY TALIDONG 428 PAGUNTALAN, JESSA RAE MAGDAYAO 429 PALCE, REIZL JOY LOSTE 430 PALERMO, MARIEL ABBA ANGELICA CORDERO 431 PAMA, FRANCIS SEBASTEAN SUMBANG 432 PAMINTUAN, JANINA CLAUDINE TANGKENGKO 433 PANDES, JAN MARIE OCTAVIANO 434 PANGAN, MAE ANNE LAPID 435 PANGANTIHON, GEOFIL PATARATA 436 PANGILINAN, JINKY ANGELES 437 PARAGAS, PAULINE MERCE CHIU 438 PARAISO, FRANCIS DOBLES 439 PARAYNO, ANGELA PAULA ARELLANO 440 PARK, JINHI 441 PARMAN, GLORENCE MUTUC 442 PARUNGAO, GILLIAN IRAH CONSTANTINO 443 PASAGUI, RENZ MARION ESPARES 444 PASILIAO, RENE ANTONIO GARDUÑO 445 PASION, MITZ HAZEL PANGILINAN 446 PASTOR, MARY HARRIET BELTRAN 447 PATRICIO, DENICE BERYL BULACLAC 448 PAÑARES, DAVID KING LUMANDAS 449 PEGENIA, JOSEPH GLENN ZARAGOZA 450 PELAEZ, DENEB GRACE MASANGYA Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 451 PELINGEN, KRISZHA BUGNOSEN 452 PELONIO, DUANE NELSON NERVA 453 PEPITO, JADE LAURON 454 PEREZ, CAMILLE ANNE PALLERA 455 PEÑERO, JOY ANGELI CAJANO 456 PIAGA, ARACELY SANGGOY 457 PIAMONTE, DONNEL REIGH VILLANUEVA 458 PIEDRA, PATRICIA BALUYUT 459 PINZON, ANNE KATLYN GARCIA 460 PONFERRADA, KENNIE JHIE TABOR 461 PUNO, JASMINE NICOLE SANTIAGO 462 PUZON, MICA ELLAINE MERCADO 463 QUEVEDO, MIGUEL ANGELO ENRIQUEZ 464 QUIJANO, ISABELLA JANE GUIRA 465 QUIJANO, JAIMEE PATAWARAN 466 QUINIQUINI, JOHN ERICK BENDAÑA 467 QUINTO, JASMINE REY 468 QUINTO, RUVINA ARA JYNE TALAVERA 469 RAMADA, RYAN VILLEJO 470 RAMBUYON, MICHAEL ALFRED APOLINARIO 471 RAMOS, APRIL LORRAINE YAP 472 RAMOS, DAISY FLORES 473 RAYOS, MARY KATHARINE MENCIAS 474 RAZON, GODWIN RIVERA 475 REFRAN, KRISCHEN MAE GARCIA 476 RENTILLO, JAZREEL ANNE 477 REYES, CHRISTINE ANNE YUSON 478 REYES, GIAN LUIGI CABILI 479 REYES, KRISTINE MARVI PEÑAFLOR 480 RILI, SARAH LOU RAYNOG 481 ROBLES, ANA BEATRIZ FAJARDO 482 ROBLES, BONNA LAIZA FAMOR 483 RODRIGUEZ, NIKKA KARLA MANGCO 484 ROLDAN, RAZEL LEN PEREZ 485 ROSALES, MARIE DOMINIQUE CARIÑO 486 ROSARIO, KRISTAL JADE MARTINEZ 487 ROSAS, JURINA FERNANDEZ 488 ROSAS, LOWELL YAP 489 ROXAS, JOWELA ELAINE EVANGELISTA 490 RUADAP, MARON 491 RUFFY, MARK ASHLEY HIDALGO 492 SALAYA, MARIA IRAH JANE TIÑA 493 SALAYOG, PRECIOUS SORIANO 494 SALAYSAY, JUDY PEARL SAMANIEGO 495 SALONGA, MILLIZENKEI SAMONTE 496 SAMONTE, MARIE LOUIE LACTAO 497 SAMSON, ANGELENE GALPAO 498 SAMSON, ERNESTO III CUNANAN 499 SAN DIEGO, JENNY ANN CATHERINE MARAJAS 500 SANCHEZ, JUSTINE ANN FORTUNA Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 501 SANCHEZ, THEA SIGRID 502 SANCHEZ, THOMAS IVAN ARCEGA 503 SANQUI, KRISHA LEI CERIA 504 SANTANDER, ROSSELLE ARCINUE 505 SANTIAGO, FRANCISCO JR GALINGANA 506 SANTOS, MARC RAPHAEL JOSE 507 SANTOS, PAULEEN ASHLEY RUBIO 508 SANTOS, SERINNA JOIE SELORIO 509 SARABIA, JULIANNE PAULA DAMAY 510 SARONG, KIWI OPULENTO 511 SARZA, DYMPHNA ABIGAIL JUMAPAO 512 SAÑADA, TIMOTHY JOHN LEGASPI 513 SEBASTIAN, ECCLESIATICA RAPOSAS 514 SEEBOK, JOYCE LYN LIM 515 SERRANO, MIGUEL DIZON 516 SICAT, CATHRINA FERNANDEZ 517 SILANGAN, BRENT STUART LIMBUANTONG 518 SISON, JADI RAE MARTINEZ 519 SISON, MARICAR JANE TUMAMAO 520 SO, HYOJU 521 SO, JACKY ANTHONY BONAYOG 522 SOHENTO, GEORGE JR ABOY 523 SOLITO, ANNE BERNADETTE CLARION 524 SOLOMON, CLARENCE ICEE MUÑOZ 525 SOMERA, MICHAEL JOHN EUSEBIO 526 SUBAAN, JUDDIE FRANCES CLAIRE BALBOA 527 SUGANOB, CHRYSLYNNE LOLA 528 SUMAYA, YNA LOUISE LIMJUCO 529 SY, CLAIRE DARREN LIM 530 SY, MA FRANCES INAH DE GUZMAN 531 SY, VIVIEN MAE CHUA 532 TABIOS, LARA FEI AMUDO 533 TADENA, MARK ALAIN MIÑOZA 534 TAMARAY, RUSSELL BRUCE 535 TAN, AEZEL JADE CAÑEDA 536 TAN, LARIEDEL RAYMUNDO 537 TAN, MARIA NICOLE KABAMALAN 538 TAN, RACHEL DIANE CALAYAG 539 TANO, DONNA HIDALGO 540 TATLONGHARI, KRISTINA LIA CANAVE 541 TEDOR, REA ANGELI TAPALES 542 TENORIO, ANNE MARGARET PENTINIO 543 TENORIO, MHERYLL AMATORIO 544 TEOPE, GLEE ANN GRIENZO 545 TEOPENGCO, JOSHUA CHRISTIAN ANGELES 546 TIOPES, LEONA CRISELDA REA 547 TIRO, MARK IGNATIUS GO 548 TOBISE, ZARYL MAY REBENQUE 549 TOLEDO, LORENZO CARLOS JABINES 550 TOLENTINO, ARVIEL DE CASTRO Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. 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No. N a m e 551 TOLENTINO, GENOVESE MARIA AGALOOS 552 TOLENTINO, PHOEBE TADINA 553 TOMULAC, GIDEON ITHIEL ROSALES 554 TOQUE, TIMOTHY JOSEPH TORRES 555 TORIO, MARJORIE BARTOLAY 556 TRIAS, DYAN JANIÑA TIBUNSAY 557 TRINIDAD, JANICE BENEDITO 558 TULIAO, MARICHO COSTUNA 559 TULIAO, MELISSA ROSELLE SINGAYAN 560 TWAÑO, ROELINDY JADE BAYONA 561 UMAYAM, ROSE ANTOINETTE MANLUSOC 562 UNTALAN, LOVE VALENCIA 563 USERO, JONATHAN ANDRIE JAPZON 564 UY, CHARLON ESCUDERO 565 VALDEZ, ROCHEL MOÑUZ 566 VALDREZ, ROCHELLA MARIE ORTIZ 567 VALERA, CARLO JOSE RUBIAN 568 VARELA, VANESSA SOFIA PEREZ 569 VARGAS, DAVID CHRISTIAN SANCHEZ 570 VARGAS, EMMANUEL LOIS DELA TORRE 571 VEGA, RHEA JANE RASGO 572 VELASQUEZ, CARLYLE MIGUEL AQUINO 573 VELOSO, PHILIPPE JAIME NAVARRO 574 VERA CRUZ, CHRYSSA MAE BIADO 575 VERACRUZ, JOHANNA JIREH AQUINO 576 VIGIL, FERNAH MAE FANUGA 577 VILLA, ELTON SILLO 578 VILLAESTER, CHERRY ROSE GILLAMAC 579 VILLALON, MERRY GRACE MOLABOLA 580 VILLALUNA, JOHN MICHAEL CAHIMAT 581 VILLALUZ, JUNKO EMERY DEFENSOR 582 VILLARAMA, SHENEILLE PAGLINAWAN 583 VILLARREIZ, JOSEL EMERALD DOMINGUEZ 584 VILLAS, BERNISE FAYE REYES 585 VILLASIS, LIZ MICHAELLA APEROCHO 586 VILLEGAS, JOHN DANIEL NACARIO 587 VILLON, GRACE PADRONES 588 VIRTUCIO, VERONICA CAMILLE MANALASTAS 589 VISTAR, KIMBERLY MAGDADARO 590 WILLIS, MARIA ISABEL GALINDEZ 591 WILSON, EDITH FORTUNE GRACE DEDUMO 592 WONG, ALEXIS ANNE ARTIAGA 593 YABO, DECE III ACERDEN 594 YAP, IRIS KIRSTEN VALENOVA 595 YAP, JENNIFER VICTORIA TAGO 596 YASIN, JAMINA SARAH DIZON 597 YBAÑEZ, SHARMAINE YNOT 598 YTURRALDE, JOEM ADRIENNE 599 YU, HANNAH LORENZA DOMINGO 600 YUSON, ARMAN MIGUEL HANOPOL Roll of Successful Examinees in the DENTIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION – PRACTICAL PHASE Held on JANUARY 4, 2017 & FF. DAYS Page: 14 of 14 Released on JANUARY 10, 2017 Seq. No. N a m e 601 ZALAMEDA, BLENEN YOSHABETH BOLOR 602 ZALAVARRIA, KAREN BUENAVENTURA 603 ZAMORA, DANA CANE TIA 604 ZAMORA, ROVINA MAE-ANN BALDIVAS 605 ZAPATA, CHARMAINE PORTUS 606 ZAPATA, KHAMILLE CARIAS 607 ZARA, PATRICIA MAE MABIOG 608 ZIEGON, RAINER JOHANNES ULRICH DONQUE and 609 ZULUETA, MARK ANTHONY.

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    The asymmetric leadership of President Rodrigo Duterte*

    December 28th, 2016

    john-gilbuena1THE Philippines is known for its world class beauties like the current Miss Universe 2016 Pia Wurtzbach, 2013 Miss World Megan Young and so many others thus our hosting next year (the country’s third time) of the Miss Universe Beauty Pageant, the most prestigious beauty contest of the world, is another opportunity to highlight what is beautiful in us. 

    It is a much needed respite from all the negative news caused by the rampant murder of suspected drug dependents and dealers in our country due to the government’s iron fist approach in tackling the drug problem.

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    President Rodrigo Duterte’s health is taking a heavy toll since he assumed the presidency in June. If reports are true, the president now regularly takes medications for persistent bouts of migraine. He is also undergoing some sort of preventive therapy.

    Yet despite his condition, the President is still very active. In fact, he just recently visited Cambodia and Singapore to explain his foreign policy and forge a strong alliance with the member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), China and Russia.

    This alliance that the president is forging will shield the country like a wall from the fallout of its pivot from the west to the east especially now that the United States withheld economic assistance to the country because of alleged human rights violations being committed by the Duterte administration.

    The President is aware of his health condition and thus floated the idea that he might not be able to finish his term in 2022. Nevertheless, Freeblance is of the opinion, however, that the President might not finish his term not because of health issues but rather due to the satisfaction that he already completed the tasks he set for himself like the creation of a Philippine federal state.

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    President Duterte has a + 63% net satisfaction rating in October so he still has the number to withstand any impeachment try even if he admitted killing criminals in Davao City when he was still the mayor there.

    Duterte is an asymmetrical leader who constantly shock traditional leaders, the so-called modest and decent elites, and the middle class. He is perceived to be pro-poor and has the support of a substantial number of “asymmetrical millennials.”

    Impeachment is purely a political process even if it makes use of judicial procedures. Being a political process, it is based on numbers and popularity that to even try to impeach Duterte is an exercise in futility.

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    Duterte and Trump have many things in common. They are both witty and asymmetrical in their approach to existing problems. They also both like Russia even if the western Mainstream Media is accusing it of meddling in U.S. elections..

    The difference between them is that President Duterte wants a close relationship with China while President Trump wanted to break the long standing “One China policy” of the U.S. in favor of Taiwan. For now, the only thing we can do is observe and see what happens. There are some indications, however, that the coming year of the Rooster will usher a rocky relationship between the U.S. and China.

    Consider this opening salvo – China recently confiscated an underwater drone of the U.S. near our very own Zambales province but within the disputed area that China claims. According to the Chinese, the Americans are using the drone to spy on them. Nevertheless, they decided to return the confiscated drone to the U.S. Trump, for his part, said the Chinese could keep the drone.

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    Syria is set to be free of terrorist sooner or later. It’s second biggest city, Aleppo, which is near its northern neighbor Turkey; has just been liberated by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad with the help of the Russian air force and Iranian special forces.

    This writer visited Damascus in 2003 as a point of entry in covering the Iraq war. Now this writer wants to return but the problem now is how to do it.

    Syria is part of the Holy Land encompassing great legendary Tigris and Euphrates rivers, which flows through the lost Paradise of Eden. Unfortunately, it is now a virtual hell and a ghost place. It has been reduced to ruins courtesy of western backed terrorists.

    Please pray for Syria and help Syrian refugees.

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    MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL READERS OF Beyond Deadlines and Freeblance. PEACE BE WITH YOU ALWAYS. GOD BLESS.

     

     

     

     

     

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

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    “I’m Free…It’s Done,”

    November 24th, 2016

    john-gilbuena1DONALD Trump’s win in the United States presidential race, just like Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s victory in our own presidential contest, was unexpected.

    A lot of Filipinos are worried because Trump’s win could lead to a number of closures of American owned call centers in Manila and Cebu and the deportation of undocumented Filipinos from the American mainland.

    I just hope that Pres. Trump would go soft on Filipinos and reciprocate the friendly attitude of Pres. Duterte to him.

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    Pres. Trump electoral victory and his friendliness towards Russia raised the hope of embattled Syrian President and Russian ally Bashar al-Assad. The Syrian leader believes that the US could now be an ally in the fight against terrorists in his war torn country.

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    Whenever something unacceptable happens, I would either bike, run or swim long distances despite the excruciating, lung busting and heart damaging pain; until the unacceptable is accepted by my heart and soul.

    Fresh from a deep gloom due to the recent death of my elder sister-friend Carol and the anger caused by the surreptitious burial of former strongman Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, I decided to ride my bike from Urdaneta, Pangasinan to Burgos, Ilocos Norte, which is about 400 kilomters, to “de-stress” and contemplate about the recent events in my life. While generally alone in my four-day ride and as I de-stress, I met a skillful mountain biker from Vigan. We met in the coastal town of Narvacan, Ilocos Sur and rode together until Vigan City.

    My ride north is punctuated with tense or blood curling moments as several times I was nearly sideswiped by reckless drivers speeding along the National Highway. Anyway, they did not stop me until I reached Cape Bojeador in Burgos town where I finally realized its time to stop. With a painful butt and a heavy backpack, I get off from my bike, knelt and tearfully shouted “I’m Free…It’s Done.” I prayed to God and thanked him for all his blessings.

    I also would like to thank my younger sister Eden, nephew LK “Lake” Gilbuena, Ms. Maricar Mendoza-Gaspar, bike mechanics Ka Jonard of San Pedro City and Omar Bandong of Mangaldan, Pangasinan, the Paradiso Resort, and Rizalina Santiago-Ponce of Ponce Del Mar Beach Resort whose valuable support enabled me to accomplish what I did. Thank you.

    My special thanks goes to an honest taxi driver who returned to me my P500 which was tucked between the two P100 bill I used to pay for my fare.

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    Marcos Nov. 18 burial was decidedly rushed. It angered a lot of people but I guess it no longer matters whether the government is in cahoots or not with the Marcos family on their decision to surreptitiously bury the late dictator. It is obvious that there is a need to do the burial without fanfare because of the expected protest actions and the disruption it would bring to the funeral ceremony.

    Nevertheless, Freeblance is of the opinion that Pres. Duterte knew of the plan to have Marcos buried on Nov. 18. This is actually the reason why he threatened to suspend the writ of Habeas Corpus. The president knew that the move would ignite dissent and civil disobedience to could lead to his probable ouster.

    Notice that the threat was timed with the announcement that the country had just become the fastest growing major Asian economy with a phenomenal GDP growth of 7.1% (higher than China’s 6.7%, Vietnam’s 6.4%, Indonesia’s 5%, and Malaysia’s 4.3%…India’s data is not yet available) during the year’s third quarter.

    The announcement’s timing was obviously meant to quell any unfavorable attitude the people may have on Duterte and his administration because of Marcos’ sudden burial.

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    Freeblance believes that the protest actions of anti-Marcos rallyists against the Duterte administration will be short lived because:

    • Duterte’s decolonization moves through the forging of alliance with China and Russia while maintaining tactical partnership with the US. The move has definitely appeased the leftist and other progressive sectors,

    • There is a lack of military support for a successful civilian-backed coup,

    • Duterte is popular

    • The people is supportive of Duterte’s anti-drug war; and

    • Duterte’s alliance with China and Russia deterred Washington, at least temporarily, from backing Duterte’s ouster.

     

     

     

     

    * The opinion of the author is his alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

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    PH President Rodrigo Duterte’s pacifism made China change its policy on Panatag Shoal*

    November 2nd, 2016

    john-gilbuena1ALTHOUGH Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s recent declaration of Philippine separation from the United States and pivot to its rivals China and Russia appear to be official, it is not. It is a personal expression of what he wants until his official term ends in 2022.

    Being just personal declaration of independence, it has no teeth.Meaning, any commitment the Philippine government has with the U.S. will continue, albeit perhaps toned down a little to accommodate the president’s nationalism.

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    Pres. Duterte’s pacifism made China to allow Filipino fishermen to fish in the disputed Scarborough Shoal or Panatag Shoal. His visit to China and the agreement’s signed there virtually took away the reason for Beijing to saber rattle.

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    Filipinos need not worry about President Duterte’s realignment of bilateral relations with neighboring China and Russia.

    Reason – China and Russia – are no longer espousing communist/socialist ideals. Except for their sentimental retention of Mao Tse Tung, Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Che Guevarra, Joseph Stalin, and Fidel Castro in their pantheon of heroes, both countries are now dependent on the market economy, whether we like it or not.

    Moreover,, Duterte’s ploy to verbally ally himself with China and Russia is an ingenious tactic that could allow him to finish his six-year term. This early, he is already expecting moves by U.S. lackeys to remove him from power.

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    The recent cancellation by Japanese Emperor Akihito of his scheduled meeting with Pres. Duterte is because of a sudden death of the prince’s 100-year old uncle Prince Takihito Mikasa, youngest brother of WW2 Emperor Hirohito.

    Mikasa, during his younger days, was a cavalry officer of the Japanese Imperial Army in China. He is said to have a soft heart for the Chinese.

    Duterte was subtly reminded by Japanese leaders, including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, not to be too close with Beijing, Japan’s traditional rival. He has no choice but to issue a statement of mutual agreement with Tokyo, which is consistent with U.S. interest in Asia.

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    Congratulations to San Pedro City Mayor Lourdes S. Cataquiz for recently receiving from the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) the much-coveted “Seal Award for Good Governance and Housekeeping of a Philippine city.”

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    Deep condolences and heartfelt prayers to the bereaved families of well respected octogenarians, Rotarian rancher and agriculturist Guillermo A. Castasus and his first cousin, retired public school teacher Mrs. Dioscora Castasus-Amante, who both recently died in their native hometown San Pedro City, Laguna.

     

     

     

     

     

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

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    President Rodrigo Duterte’s 16 million votes shielded him from faux pas backlash during his first 100 days in office*

    October 10th, 2016

    john-gilbuena1PRESIDENT Duterte’s 16 million votes and his popularity especially among the millenials acted as a formidable mantle that shielded him from his outlandish behavior ranging from his colorful often toxic language, insensitive statement about the holocaust and Jews, his verbal assaults against Pope Francis, United States President Barack Obama, United Nations Chief Ban Ki Moon, the U.N. and the European Union.

    Despite all this, and amidst the falling value of the peso, the president still garnered a +64 percent satisfaction rating during his first 100 days in office, which is actually very good according to the Social Weather Station.

    All of this is because of the “Dirty Harry” attitude, which Pres. Duterte earned during his stint as Davao City mayor, his way of dressing, eating and talking; characteristics that thoroughly endeared him to the public, especially the common folks, that it now serves him as his political capital.

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    Duterte’s war against illegal drugs, which earned him the condemnation of local and international human rights advocates, has indeed resulted in the killings of many suspected drug dealers. However, it also made our streets safer nowadays. It also led to the exposure of the involvement of a number of government personalities in the illegal drugs trade. So which is which that you prefer?

    Let us not forget that what Pres. Duterte did in the past 100 days is negligible period compared to what he could do during the remainder of his six year term. A lot are still to come.

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    President Duterte’s plan to have the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani could divide the country more than the current brouhaha over the alleged involvement of Senator Leila De Lima in the Muntinlupa drug trade. Just saying …

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    Freeblance has noticed a parallelism between the Philippines and Cuba. Have you?

    The Philippines, as a group of islands, is shaped like a lizard beside mainland China while Cuba looks like a dolphin that came from continental north America.

    Manila and Havana both had a common denominator, the Spanish-American War which ushered in the emergence of the U.S. as world superpower at the turn of the 20th century.

    Cuba, however, now distinctly prided itself as a former Spanish colony and American protectorate. It gained its independence from the U.S. by really acting like a slippery wise dolphin when in 1959, Fidel Castro staged a revolution that ousted the American puppet Fulgencio Batista. Castro later aligned himself with the communist Soviet Union.

    Now the question that remains is Manila can duplicate Cuba’s tactic and end our dependency to the U.S.? Can we be as slippery as a lizard and escape Washington’s clutches? Can we be both pro-Russian and Chinese at the same time? Perhaps only Pres. Duterte could tell.

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    Pres. Duterte and US Republican presidential bet Donald Trump have something in common too. They have acid tongues and both are friendly to Russia.

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    Freeblance condoles with Carlos de Guzman of the SwimBikeRun PHILIPPINES for the untimely death of his father, Mr. Carlito de Guzman, who peacefully joined our Creator on October 8, 2016.

    Our heartfelt prayers.

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

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    Classical People Power 1 is already the Filipinos’ great legacy*

    September 23rd, 2016
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    Freeblance

    PHILIPPINE President Rodrigo Duterte’s apparent anti-US stance is a tactical move to ensure the success of the government’s on-going peace talks with Muslim secessionists and communist rebels.

    Despite Duterte’s harsh words for American President Barack Obama and his friendly overtures with Beijing and Moscow, Manila is still a friend to Washington. Duterte, by playing the super powers, is showing the world that he is shrewd and just walking the walk, and talking the talk of a tough guy which he is known for since his mayor days in Davao City.

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    Duterte’s tough guy image, especially his stance against illegal drugs, has gained international notoriety to the point that United Nation’s Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, several European Union leaders and international human rights advocate condemned his alleged human rights violations. Perhaps this is the downside of Duterte’s image.

    With the barrage of unpleasant commentaries and growing list of powerful enemies, even Pres. Duterte is doubtful if he would even finish his six-year term.Nevertheless, he is asking for another six more months on top of the six he earlier asked for to crush the drug menace in the country.

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    Before President Duterte’s surprising presidential win, obtained mostly with the so-called millennial votes (voters are born between 1982-1998), his being a “Punisher” and the alleged killing fields in Davao City area are well known. Yet, inspite of these and the lack of support from mainstream elite families, he won.

    Freeblance and other analysts believed that the demolition jobs against the president is no longer appropriate since the people have already spoken. They already made their choice by electing the president.

    Unless conditions similar to the martial law days are present, the president must be allowed to finish his term for that is the essence of democracy — respecting the people’s will. Ousting the president from power without any valid reason would only validate claims that we Filipinos are afflicted with “crab mentality.”

    People Power 1, which decisively ousted former president and strongman Ferdinand Marcos, is already a Filipino legacy known to the whole world. Let us remember and treasure it always.

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    Congratulations Nelson F. Flores for being officially ordained Philippine Independent Catholic Church’s clergy! Mabuhay ka Ka Nelson!!!. God be with You always Rev. Nelson F. Flores, publisher of BEYOND DEADLINES.

    Maraming Salamat Sa Iyo Rev. Nelson.

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

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    Congratulations Olympics Medalists*

    September 1st, 2016

    john gilbuenaRIO Olympics, the world’s 31st Olympiad, left a legacy of being the first to be held in a Portuguese speaking Latin American country amidst an outbreak of the deadly Zika virus.

    The games was also marred by a local pollution issue and alleged doping of Rusian athletes. It was also where the United States earned its 1,000th gold medal, courtesy of Michael Phelps, the most decorated living Olympian who won in five Olympics 28 medals, including 23 golds – five of which from the recently concluded Rio Olympics.

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    Based on the medal tally, it appears that the Summer Olympics, which was inspired by the sports fest of ancient Greece; reflects the geopolitical reality of the world. Notice that it was respectively the United States, United Kingdom and China which garnered the most medals mirroring their super power status.

    Sadly, the Philippines, since the first time it joined the Paris Olympics 92 years ago as a colony of the United States, the first and only Southeast Asian country to do so then; is still wanting of a gold medal. To date, since 1924, Filipino Olympians only garnered a total of 10 medals (8 bronzes and 2 silvers). Thanks to weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz and boxer Mansueto “Onyok” Velasco we had our silver medals from Rio and the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

    Fortunately for us, our Southeast Asian brothers from Singapore and Vietnam each garnered their first Olympic gold. Kudos to you folks. A congratulations is also in order for our Brazilian host as they earned seven gold medals.

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    President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s all-out war on drugs, though marred with allegations of human rights violations, showed the world that he has political will to push through with his project. Some analysts said the likes of Duterte comes only once in every 100 years.

    After centuries of elitist rule of the Manila-centered republic, Freeblance could only cite two individuals who have shown such tenacity, the strongman Ferdinand Marcos and the rugged Rodrgo Duterte.

    To the shock of the elites, the foul mouthed prosecutor from Davao City won decisively in the recent elections. He won with only a platform promising to end the illicit drug trade, which he considered to be the enemy of Filipinos, now and in the future.

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    United States Republican Party presidential bet Donald Trump has softened his anti-immigrant rhetorics. Reason: He is out to woo immigrant votes whom he initially turned away with his offending hard line and racists stance. Let us see then what will happen in November U.S. elections.

    * The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines.

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