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Superficial Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines

Quality and Timely Historical Revisionism by the Best Communications Team in the Solar System

Exposing Duterte’s “Kilusang Pagbabago” – An SGRP Special Report

It's not just Duterte, the Marcoses, and Arroyo - it's the Communists too. And unfortunately, this time it's not satire.

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Duterte’s solution to ‘wrong’ military intel: “I will call my cousins in ISIS.”

The President hopes "Filipino family ties" will transcend politics and religion.

Duterte Supporters blame Robredo for Earthquakes

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — Angry supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte blamed Vice President Leni Robredo for the two earthquakes that occurred in Batangas on Saturday afternoon. The twin quakes, with measured magnitudes of 5.7 and 6.0, rocked Metro Manila and nearby provinces.... Continue Reading →

1940s: Japanese Government organized World’s Longest Fun Run

On April 9, 1942, the Japanese Government organized the World's Longest Fun Run in the Province of Bataan. Netizen @madkidinside contributed to this report. (Read on Facebook)

The Height of Anti-intellectualism

COMMENTARY: We lament the extent of fanaticism and anti-intellectualism in the Philippines, where members and supporters of certain political groups insist that they know better than the collective knowledge of the rest of the world. Rational, intelligent people can easily... Continue Reading →

Marcos Allowed Thousands of Filipinos to Sit on Ice to Solve Nation’s Heat Problem

To solve the worsening heat problem of the Philippines in the 1970's and early 1980's, longest-serving President Ferdinand Marcos allowed many of the 70,000 Filipinos under the government's Health and Wellness Program to sit on blocks of ice. After prolonged... Continue Reading →

Evacuation Advisory for Media Comment Sections

In light of media comment sections, please read the evacuation advisory for rational and/or intelligent Filipinos. This advisory, however, does not apply to individuals who are capable and willing enough to protect themselves from the residents in the event of... Continue Reading →

Cayetano Gives Out Free Packaging Tape at Senate

Yesterday, September 15, 2016, Senator Alan Peter Cayetano gave out free packaging tape to several artists, in line with the government's Arts and Culture Promotion Program. Cayetano's "warm and excellent" treatment of the artists who were present at the Senate... Continue Reading →

Arroyo and Virgilio Garcillano Were Textmates

In 2005, "Hello Garci" becomes a household expression after President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and COMELEC Commissioner Virgilio Garcillano announce themselves as textmates. Netizen @ceso contributed to this report. (Read on Facebook)

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