Commissioner Slams Smartmatic for Breaking Comelec Protocol.


Smartmatic should be under Investigation for Breaking Comelec Protocol.  Comelec Angry on Smartmatic. When the script or code was changed in the transparency server handling the unofficial election results, Elections Commissioner Rowena Guanzon on Friday slammed Smartmatic for breaching the protocol. Guanzon firmed that the tech firm should be liable for changing the code without … Read more

Comelec Special Elections: Areas of Failure of Polls Get Chance To Vote

Comelec Special Elections

Areas of Failure of Elections Now in Comelec Special Elections.  Comelec Special Elections. Selected villages in Visayas and Mindanao get the chance to cast their ballots as special elections are being held today where the Commission on Elections (Comelec) declared failure of elections. After missing the May 9 Election due to various reason, about 20, 000 votes … Read more

Bongbong, Supporters to Stop Quick Count, Set Meeting.

Quick Count

Bongbong, Supporters to Meet to Plan to Stop Quick Count.  Stop the Quick Count. The counting of votes is not yet over between Sen. Bongbong Marcos and Camarines Sur Representative Leni Robredo who are both seeking for the second highest position in the government. Marcos is set to meet with his supporters this Thursday afternoon … Read more

Joma Sison Positive in Ending Exile Under Duterte Admin.

Duterte Admin

Communist Party founder Hopeful under Duterte Admin.

Hope under Duterte Admin. After nearly three decades in exile, Philippine communist rebel leader Jose Maria Sison has expressed hopes under the new presidency of Rodrigo Duterte.

When peace talks failed in 1987, Sison fled to Europe and has stayed abroad while one of Asia’s longest-running insurgencies became a threat to the nation claiming thousands of lives.

The Netherlands-based Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder has said he will return to the Philippines if Duterte fulfills his promise to visit him.

Earlier, Duterte himself confirmed an online meeting with Sison before the election day.

In his Facebook page, Sison sad that the “prospects for peace talks seem to be bright at the moment” referring that Duterte is far leading in the presidential polls leaving opponents to concede defeat.

It was in December 1968 when Sison established the party and eventually launched a guerilla campaign three months later.

Based on the records, at least 30, 000 people were dead because of the rebellion.

According to the military, the New People’s Army is believed to have fewer than 4, 000 soldiers, down from a peak of 26, 000 in the 1980s however retained support among deeply poor areas in the country.

In 2013, President Benigno Aquino III shelved the peace talks for insincerity in efforts to achieve a political settlement.

Should Duterte order the release of some jailed revels and restart peace negotiations, Sison also hoped Duterte should also ensure his personal safety in her return.

Watch Sison talks about former student, Duterte.

He earlier hinted that there will be ceasefire if Duterte wins.

Earlier, Duterte’s spokesperson said that the new president would consider communist figures for his cabinet.

94 Dead, IS Claims 3 Car Blasts that Hit Baghdad.


3 Car Blasts in Baghdad Claimed by IS.

94 people were at least executed as three car blasted in Baghdad on Wednesday, the bloodiest day in the Iraqi capital this year including a huge blast at a market in a Shiite area.


In the midst of political crisis the government is locked in, the Islamic State group earlier claimed responsibility of all the outbreaks.

According to officials, the worst struck the frequently targeted Sadr City area of northern Baghdad at about 10 am.

Officials added that at least 64 people were discovered dead as the blast set nearby shops on fire.

Angry people, meanwhile, blamed the government for the carnages as dozens of them gathered at the blasted area.

An individual in the area, reportedly claimed that the politicians are behind the incident as the state is in a conflict over the government positions and that the people are becoming the victims.

Another local resident firmed that the states should be held responsible for the blasts that hit civilians echoing that politicians “should all get out.”

For Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, there should be a cabinet reshuffling and reforms. He spearheaded the protest movement while having a huge following in the working-class neighborhood of Sadr City which was named after his father.

Meanwhile, another car blast killed at least 17 people at the entrance to the northwestern neighborhood of Kadhimiya, a home to an important Shiite shrine.

Hospital sources reported that several members of the security forces were among the victims.

In the afternoon, another car blast hit in the Jamea district of Western Baghdad leaving at least 13 people dead.

According to the report from the officials and medics, there were at least 150 people more who were wounded in the three blasts.

As it was condemned by the UN, IS issued an online statement claiming they are responsibility for all the three blasts.

Students Using Spy Glasses Caught During Exam.

Spy Glasses

Spy Glasses Used during Exam to Cheat.

It seemed that modern students have found a new way to cheat in the exam but for a top Thai medical college, there is no room for cheating as it has caught students using spy glasses with cameras linked to smart watches to cheat during exams.

Spy Glasses

As it the news spread to social media, netizens compared it to a plot straight out a Mission Impossible movie where the characters used the same thing to look for details.

On his Facebook pages, Arthit Ourairat, the rector of Rangsit University, posted the pictures of the hi-tech cheating equipment reporting that the entrance exam in question had been cancelled after the plot was discovered.

According to report, three students were caught using the glasses. It has been discovered that the glasses have wireless cameras to transmit images to a group of as yet unnamed people who eventually searched and sent the answers to their smart watches.

Arthit revealed that the students transacted with the tutor group with 800, 000 baht for the equipment and the answers.

It was also reported to Thailand’s news channel that the students who were caught cheating were already blacklisted from the University.

In an interview with Thailand’s Channel 3 news report, Arthit said that they want the incident to be known in public to make people aware that we must be careful.

Arthit added that medical exams are in high demand among students but only few are eventually badged.

While others were impressed of the technology the students used in cheating the exam, others condemned the act.

Check in here how spy glasses work.

One netizen said that it was fortunate that they were caught or else they could have passed and graduated referring to illegal doctors that could then work in the society.

In Thailand, medical degrees are in high demand because doctors can make fortunes in some private sector.

Comelec to Hold Special Elections in 5 Areas Says Chief.

Special Elections

Special Elections to be Held in Five Areas. The National and Local election is not yet over as Commission on Elections (Comelec) is set to hold special elections in five areas where failure of elections were declared, chief announced Wednesday. According to Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista, there are five areas that are set to hold … Read more

Election Experts Points To PPCRV Unofficial Tally as for Voters, Not Candidates.

Unofficial Tally

Sen. Marcos earlier Asked to Stop the Unofficial Tally of Votes. Stopping the Unofficial Tally. Following the call of Vice Presidential runner Sen. Bongbong Marcos’ camp to stop the partial and unofficial counting of votes, Election expert Atty. Romula Macalintal said the quick count of the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) is for … Read more