Thursday, October 19, 2017

Former publisher hits Trillanes asking "What Trillanes won't tell the US Senators?"

A former publisher, Ermin Garcia Jr. hits Trillanes on a Facebook post on Thursday that also went viral as of this writing.

In his post he asked, “What Trillanes won’t tell the US politicians?” and added that Senator Antonio Trillanes “is in the US to spread more tall tales about the Philippine government in his attempt at destabilizing the Duterte administration.”

Check out the post below, where Mr. Garcia enumerated a lot of things that Senator Trillanes might hide to the US Senators.


Sen. Trillanes is in the US to spread more tall tales about the Philippine government  in his attempt at destabilizing  the Duterte administration. 

He will hide the ff -

1. PH external debt has shed off $5.2 B as of June 2017.

2. Highest PSEi recently closed at all-time high 8,312.93 

3. Reduction of processing days of business permits and licenses (down to 2 days for new business registration and 1 day for renewals), Tax Clearance Certificates (TCC) (down to 2 working days from submission of complete documents), and certificates authorizing registration (down to 5 days from the previous 10 days);  implementation of a 3-day maximum time for Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) applications.

4. Duterte's political will had cost Lucio Tan P6B,  Mile Long Property P1.7 B w/o Tax and  Mighty Cigarettes P25 B.

5. The ongoing tracking of tax evaders among oligarchs. 

6. The continuing bilateral talks with China over the WPS dispute.

7. Free tuition for SUC students.

8. Installation of free internet in many public places.

9. Validity of passports extended to 10 years.
10. Removal of allotments to travel agencies for passport processing.

11. Faster processing of passports by DFA.

12 .Driver's license validity extended to five years.
13. OEC exemption for OFWs returning to same employer!

14. Improved one-stop shop for OFWs in POEA.

15. Removal of OFW processing fee on travel tax exemption.

16. The immediate repatriation of stranded OFWs in Saudi Arabia.

17. The P2,000  increase in SSS pension.

18. Stiffer penalties for hospitals refusing to treat indigent patients.

19. The one sack rice added to 4Ps cash assistance to indigent families.

20. Empowered and highly motivated men and women in uniform now willing to serve the country with pride and higher self esteem, fighting effectively against NPA, Abu Sayyaf, Islamist extremists and terrorists.

21. Ongoing upgrading of  hospital facilities for armed forces and scheduled salary increase for the servicemen.

22. Facilitation of releases  of death  benefits to families of fallen men in uniform.

23. Indefinite ceasefire between the MNLF, MILF, CPP NDF and the government (held in Norway) 
24. The Mindanao peace process that has resumed  in Malaysia.

25. The shutdown/closure of some mining companies that destroy the country's natural resources.

26. The removal of the fishing fences in Manila Bay to give other small fishermen a fair chance to use it for their livelihood.

27. Free irrigation of farmlands.

28. Microfinancing assistance thru Pondo sa Pagbabago at Pag-asenso (P3) program for the underprivileged Filipino entrepreneurs in  Mindoro, Leyte, and Sarangani as pilot provinces.
29. The distribution of agricultural equipment purchased by the Aquino government but weren't distributed.

30. Awarding of Certificates of Land Ownership Award (CLOAs) to Hacienda Luisita farmers starting with 111 beneficiaries, as of February 2017.

31. Free medical assistance in six hospitals that offer the Libreng Gamot Para sa Masa (Lingap) program thst benefited some 9,429 indigents (from March to June 9).

32. Additional P600 rice subsidy to each Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) household beneficiary.

33. Across-the-board increase in the monthly pension of more than two-million Social Security System (SSS) retirees.

34. Fielding of new buses from the airport to many major hubs in nearby cities.
35. The No-VIP treatment for government officials in airports.

36. The legit balikbayan boxes are safer from pilferages.

37.The laglag-bala racket at airports stopped.

38. NAIA airport no longer one of worst airports in the world.

39. The major drastic reforms at the Bureau of Internal Revenue and Bureau of Customs.

40. Identifying  local executives, police generals, judges and other top officials in government involved in illegal drugs.

41. The crackdown on Bilibid Drug Trade and filing of criminal cases vs Leila de Lima as then DOJ Secretary under whose term drug lords in detention managed to operate.

42. The P18.4 B worth of drugs seized, 172 drug dens and laboratories demolished and dismantled by PDEA-PNP.

43. The more than 1M self-confessed drug dealers and addicts that surrendered, and their ongoing rehabilitation;  113,932 arrested drug dealers, and 3,906 drug dealers killed (not 13,000) during police operations.

44. Tighter security of jails to prevent entry of contraband items particularly drugs,  weapons,  cellphones.

45. Crime rate in Manila dropped by 38% for the past 12 months.

46. The curfew hours for minors in many towns and cities.

47. End of Contractualization as an employment policy for employees.

48. Strict enforcement of labor laws particularly on security of tenure that benefited 45,605 workers  (from July 2016 to March 2017).

49. No more age limit requirements for all job seekers.

50. The closure of online gambling of  4,000  outlets during the Arroyo admin, 8,000  outlets during Aquino admin.

51. Fast-tracking the rehabilitation of Yolanda-affected areas with the construction of 50,791 housing units and 1,790 new classrooms and the repair of 701 state colleges and universities, 38 airport facilities, and 27 seaport facilities, as of the first quarter of 2017.

52. Memorandum Circular 25 directing the display of pictures of Philippine heroes in lieu of elected or appointed government officials.

54. Opened  the DAR gates that were closed for 18 years.

55. The increased training allowances for  Olympics athletes and coaches.

56. Established centralised complaint and action hotlines - 911 and 8888 (to report inefficient government office or agency) 
57. The immediate issuance of Executive Order for Freedom of Information to promote transparency in govt.

58.The ongoing correction of MRT/LRT inefficient performance caused by irregular purchases and maintenance contracts by previous administration.

So, let's show and tell. Keep sharing this so the world will know the truths about us.

Feel free to add whatever changes you have felt or seen when you share.