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Friday, August 23, 2013

When Anonymous Speaks...

Those facts of blowing up buildings, bombing public transport and killing innocent civilians in the process is outrageous. Yes, it is beyond me how they do that. At what cost? --Anonymous

When the Pork Barrel scam hit the News a few weeks ago since its outbreak big time names were drag like Senators, congressmen and yes even TV personalities...Most of us were shocked but it's not really new to us anymore...we were used to these kind of whistleblowing. So what? we've been robbed by the government ever since the world begun. 
   Does an ordaniray Filipino cares? Yes they do, only if someone told them the truth...but Ordinary Pinoys are easily swayed by the course of tide...and I doubt the Big Time News agencies will tackle this issue in the limelight. It's the Filipino version of an Illuminati...and when you speak of conspiracy, it's hard to separate the truth from the fabrication. The payroll list is as deep as the rabbit hole.
   You can talk about it, get angry if you want...or go to Liwasang Bonifacio and cry out loud BUT THE SYSTEM WILL REMAIN.
   Well at least we have the right to know. Information is power...so for the sake of information alone let me re-share Mr. or Ms."Anonymous" expose. He seems to be telling the truth...what he is telling us is obviously an Insider info...probably one of the benefactor of the "The System" itself.  A person who want to remain anonymous usually tell the truth.
   Why he/she is telling all this information, only God knows a person's heart...but anyway thanks that we are given at least a glimpse of how "The system" works. 
    Read this now while Anonymous can still speak...

http://dulzspeaks.blogspot.sg/2013/08/anonymous-speaks-pork-barrel-scam.html?m

   http://momandpopmoments.com/

Now a group of concern Netizen is starting to speak...
Anonymous Incorporated on Facebook Click HERE

Summarized version on Global Balita (Link)

The Napoles Story: So the entire Philippines will know

By Alfredo Masigan
Janet Lim Napoles and husband Jaime Napoles
Janet Lim Napoles and husband Jaime Napoles
Janet Lim Napoles has strong ties before with the late Emilia Boncodin, DBM Secretary. Emilia is the one that keep Janet in the loop whenever a budget or SARO is approved and to which senator or congressman.
Gringo Honasan is a dear friend of Janet’s husband, Jimmy Napoles. I was surprised when I read somewhere online when Honasan was interviewed and he said that he doesn’t know the Napoles family.
During the coup in Cory’s time, Jimmy Napoles was driving a tank on the way to Camp Crame when his tank was hit by a mortar. Jimmy was operating the .50 caliber machine gun and the soldier driving the tank died during the blast. Jimmy survived and was jailed along with Honasan. If you can get clear photos of Jimmy Napoles online, you will see that part of his face and his arms show burn marks.
Their wealth started to build up during the late 90’s when they engaged themselves with mayors based in Zamboanga to use them as a front for a Foundation that will implement projects or deliver farm materials. With connections at COA, they were able to arrange completed projects without delivering anything. They established JLN group of companies sometime in 2000 and they moved to their new office from AFPOVAI to Discovery Suites on the 25th floor.
Soon enough, they were able to develop deep connections with more legislators in Congress and numerous senators. What JLN Group Of Companies do and their sub-companie, Jo-Chris Trading (named after their eldest child, Jo-Christine “Neneng” Napoles) – they use their foundations as the implementing agency for the funds of congressmen or senators. You see, congressmen and senators have budget, PDAF or the pork barrel , but these politicians do not have direct access to their funds and they can never touch it. So what they do is the politicians will create a project (common one is fertilizer distribution to farmers) and will ask DBM to set the budget. Then, there will be a public bidding to be held by DAR. The outcome of the bidding is already fixed and it’s Napoles foundation wins. The fund or SARO will be released through Janet’s foundation and the congressmen/senators will ask 70% of the whole amount. So if the project is P10 million, Janet will give 70% of that. Usually Janet’s nephew, John Francisco Lim is the courier of the money, they will meet at Podium or at a parking lot. The money are stored in plastic bags or paper bags.
So, whatever is left from the budget, 30% goes to Janet. They usually cash-in the check they get from DBM at Landbank in Greenhills and the manager there is part of Janet’s payroll. Janet also need to pay the inspectors from COA and whoever is involved in DAR.
This is their workflow. This is what they do for more than a decade. This is how the senators and congressmen make money. This is why theses politicians have so much and working class Filipinos almost have nothing. This is not only Janet’s fault. The greediness of the senators and congressmen are the driving point that keeps this system operating. It is also amazing that if Janet’s family and her company goes into trial, the people who will try them judges, senators, congressmen, are also part of this. I fear for the life of Benhur and Merlina as whistleblowers. Soon enough they will die. The people of the Philippines should protect them. NBI or the witness protection program cannot do anything about it. Because they are keeping the whistleblowers alive for their own use only. Once Janet gives payments to the NBI and once Revilla, Honasan, Arroyo, Pichay, Ducut, Pineda, Lim, Estrada, Soto, Lapid, and almost all the congressmen who were in post for the past decade, step in – there’s nothing Benhur or Merlina can do. They are as good as dead by now.
Please post this on your social media and share it to the world. It is time to stop this madness and remove the pork barrel and protect Benhur and Merlina.
Here's Napoles rubbing elbows with local officials
Photo: Napoles et. al.





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