veryhot_post - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog Author Topic: The belief on one true religion  (Read 6222 times)

TOPAC

  • EXPERT
  • ***
  • Brad_Pitt - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 2807
  • destiny is not written in stone
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #40 on: January 15, 2009, 08:40:46 AM »
sad to say mdb and ayessa, murag wala na sa tb ng ecunemism, religious tolerance and respect.

at least kabalo na ta run.

let's work on that guys!
:-)

leoello

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 56
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #41 on: January 15, 2009, 09:12:24 AM »

very true.  To me, we can never separate religion and politics, because religion is how man (at the expense of woman often) organized society's spiritual needs.

On the other hand, it's the foundation that has built my loving family, our unity was symbolized by our nightly prayers of the novena.

i am raised an ardent Catholic and still practice, but do not support the foreign policies our Religious Right in the US has stood behind.  Maybe it is the backlash of fundamentalist violence, but patriotism, nationalism, (sometimes xenaphobia) and Christianity are extremely tied together in towns across the US.

In mass we always pray our fallen soldiers but I can't stop thinking of the millions of civilians that are often left out of our minds and the media. Does that make me less Christian?

For some of you that's been closer to the autonomous Muslim region in Mindanao, how was the relationship during Spanish rule? Did violence heightened after the US took over? or stayed the same?






buwadsanga

  • EXPERT
  • ***
  • avatar_1384 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 2504
  • Rock Til You Drop
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #42 on: January 15, 2009, 09:14:25 AM »
one true and cosmic religion is LOVE.

kinsay magpa bunjag? hehehe!
All things must pass - George Harrison
To be rock and not to roll - Led Zepelin
Rock n roll will never die - Neil Young

Lazada.com.ph Search ProductsBooking.com Hotel Search | SitemapRSS Feeds

Lorenzo

  • SUPREME COURT
  • THE LEGEND
  • *****
  • avatar_240_1418794287 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 54226
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal2 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal3 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal4 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal5 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal6 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Be the change you want to see in the world...
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #43 on: January 15, 2009, 09:25:37 AM »
Leo,

When the United States initiated the Philippine-American War, the United States' military engaged the Filipino Revolutionary Army and within a year, the Philippines' First Republican Army was annihilated, forcing the military to engage in guerilla tactics. By 1901, most of the Filipino Revolutionary Army had surrendered to American forces.

The United States, however, had problems in supressing the Moro Uprising even after the declaration of peace between the Philippines and the United States' by the surrender of President Emilio Aguinaldo.

It is important for us to understand that there are two Philippines, in regard. The one I'm talking about is the Philippines involving Manila, Illocos, The Visayas and northern Mindanao, the provinces that signed the accord with the Malolos Republic and was under the Imperial Bureaucracy of Spain--Christian Philippines. The other is the deep south--Muslim Philippines.

The United States went inside Jolo and parts of Moroland in order to suppress and eradicate the slavery that was practiced in the region, as most of Muslim Mindanao even resisted the cultural assimilation that the Spanish had imposed over the entire archipelago. The Moro Wars, or as what the United States labels them in its military history is regarded by military historians and strategists as the "Taming of the Moros".

In fact it was the United States, that was able to tame the Moros and force their compliance after over 10 years of bloody conflict. Even the Spanish Empire, even after almost half a millenia in reigning over the Philippines, was unable to completely subdue the Moro.

The United States Military developed the revolver pistol as a way to augment and to properly fight the bolo-carrying and gruesome guerilla warriors of the Moro.

Over 4,000 Americans were killed in the war with the Filipino Revolutionary Army; over 20,000 American soldiers were wounded.

But in the war against the Moros--double that amount was sustained.

Easy way to borrow money online. Visit www.tala.ph

Lorenzo

  • SUPREME COURT
  • THE LEGEND
  • *****
  • avatar_240_1418794287 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 54226
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal2 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal3 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal4 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal5 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal6 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Be the change you want to see in the world...
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #44 on: January 15, 2009, 09:33:35 AM »

The policy of Spain in regard to its colonies was "Pax Hispanicana con relacciones de Madre Espana"

It was a cultural and economic policy. The Spanish Empire facilitated cultural assimilation and amalgamation with the Philippines--infusing its European-Hispanic culture into the "Filipino" (note that even the term "filipino" is a Spanish term--it once referred to a Spaniard born in the Philippines; only to be later used to describe anyone born in the Philippines--or specifically a Malay of the Philippines).

Spain's policy in empire building was continual growth--peripheral growth. Meaning, building on what was already conquered since the time of the beginning of the Imperial Epoch per se the World that was established by Philip the Great.

In regards to Muslim Mindanao, the Spaniards did their best in Christianizing most of Northern Mindanao as well as even southern Mindanao. They augmented this process by sending Christian Visayans to work in the haciendas and encomiendas that was established in Surigao del Sur, in Zamboanga and surrounding regions. A success, in terms of Christianization, when concerning the fact that all of Mindanao was the base of Islamic spread in the Philippines during pre-Magellanic/ pre-Legaspic epochs.

The military force that Spain stationed in Mindanao was mainly to protect the peace and the Christian lands. Muslim Mindanao had its own sovereignty, despite 400 years of cultural wars.

The United States was far more militant in Muslim Mindanao in comparison to Spain. The United States utilized military tactics and hit the heart of the the Muslim Philippines. Sulu and Jolo. Conquered the region through diasporic military adventures. Compared to Spain's cultural and economic means of conquest.


Lorenzo,


Lorenzo

  • SUPREME COURT
  • THE LEGEND
  • *****
  • avatar_240_1418794287 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 54226
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal2 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal3 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal4 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal5 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal6 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Be the change you want to see in the world...
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #45 on: January 15, 2009, 09:51:05 AM »
Additionally, Leo,

One has to understand that when the Spanish arrived in the Philippines, its effect on the archipelago was overall--growth. And evolution. An evolution from a bronze aged culture relying in small unorganized villages--to the development of European-styled communities.

The development of barangays (a Spanish invention; identical to the Pueblo unit), the municipalidad, the cuidad, the provincia, the region, and the colonia. Establishment of encomiendas, haciendas, puertas, mercados etc. led to the revolutionary growth of the entire archipelago. This led to growth of culture, easier communication and information sharing, expedited religious orders and conversions into the Christian faith, development of jurisprudencias (Spanish-Roman Law) that was foreign to the Philippines prior to post Magellanic/ post Legaspic epochs.

From 1565, the population of the archipelago was at 500-600k as documented by missionary priests. By the mid 19th century, the Philippines, a Royal Spanish Colony, had hit a population mark of over 5 million. And by the end of the 19th century, when the PHilippines declared independence from Spain, the Philippine Archipelago had a population of an unprecedented 8 million.

This unprecedented population boom is a direct effect of Spanish Imperialism and Spanish Organization and Spanish Trade to the archipelago.

When the United States entered the Philippines and declared war with the 1st Philippine Republic in Malolos, over 1-2 million FIlipinos died in that conflict.
A massive population genocide, even the situation in Iraq pales in comparison to the damage that the Philippines suffered in terms of cultural loss, demographic change.
Though, the United States' presence in the Philippines did lead to positive gains, one cannot mitigate the fact that over 1 million to 2 million Filipinos were killed in the conflict. Out of a population of 8 million. That is equivalent to 38.5 Million Americans being killed in a war (out of the 305 million in the US population).



Lorenzo,

leoello

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 56
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #46 on: January 15, 2009, 09:57:06 AM »
Lorenzo,

Thank you for that great & concise historical summary.  So on one hand, we had Christianization through culture and economy; on the other, Americanization by military force and the .45 caliber pistol.

It's interesting to see the viewpoints of US policy, "Taming of the Moro" people to the "Protracted War"  that a lot of our Leftist Filipino American lit reports.

Would you say the American military effort in Mindanao was also an extension to secure "Manifest Destiny" ? Otherwise, if they really advocated the conquering of the Moro lands based on practicing slavery, that's very hard to believe with what 1900s Jim-Crow US looked like.

leoello

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 56
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #47 on: January 15, 2009, 10:02:07 AM »
Yes. I am aware of that genocide, unfortunately, even that is left out of our US History textbooks.  You know I didn't even learn about the Philippine-American war until college in my own readings??  There are so many parallels with Iraq-US and Philippine-US.

Have you read "The Forbidden Book" by Helen Toribio? It connects US racism/Indian genocide to US colonization and imperialism in our homeland.  All of the Filipinos drawn in our political editorial 19th century cartoons were "Blackenized" to denigrate us as uncivilized people together with Africans Americans at the same time.



Lorenzo

  • SUPREME COURT
  • THE LEGEND
  • *****
  • avatar_240_1418794287 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 54226
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal2 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal3 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal4 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal5 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal6 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Be the change you want to see in the world...
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #48 on: January 15, 2009, 10:13:41 AM »
Leo,

I would have to submit to the fact that the United States definitely went inside Muslim Mindanao to uphold the American notion of 'Manifest Destiny'. The very same notion that led to the American mastery of the present 48 mainland states.

During the late 19th century, there was a rather intense discourse within the United States congress in regards to Empire and growth. Though there were a great many Americans that sided with McKinley in the acquisition of the Philippines, there were, however, a great many American politicians who were isolationists that demanded that the United States accept the Filipino right to sovereignty and self determination. One has to understand that the vote to acquire the Philippines from Spain was by less than 20 votes.

When the United States conquered the Philippines, it did so by military might. The United States conquered the Philippines not by cultural assmilation, as had the Spaniards some 400 years prior, but by the point of a gun.

What I do find rather entertaining is that the anti-Imperialists arguments in not taking the Philippines was for rather racist reasons. They feared that acquiring the Philippines would lead to the migration of 'Asiatics' into the United States. Most of the unedecuated American referred to the Filipino at the time as a , "Brown Nigger". Which is rather correlative to your mention of the Jim Crow Laws.

One can even feel lucky that the United States Administration under Roosevelt, though was 'Imperialistic', wasn't as suppressive as the laws made into effect against the African Americans at the time.

If you look at the policies that the American Administration under Taft put in place in the Philippines--is nothing but a direct mirror of what the Spaniards had in place in the PHilippines some 20 some years earlier.

The only difference is that the United States enforced an anti-Spanish rhetoric in the Philippines.

The Yellow journalism seen in the Philippines by American journalists is completely biased. They reported that the Philippines and the Filipino was illterate. Hard to believe when most if not all the Filipinos were fluent in their own dialect as well as the Lingua Franca of the day, Spanish. Every Filipino either knew how to read, and write in Spanish.

And I cannot help but laugh at McKinley's reference in needing to 'Christianize' the Philippines. It is ludicrous considering that by the end of the 19th century, over 95% of the entire Philippines was Roman Catholic. Christian.

Yes, Leo, you can say that American policy in the Philippines--was definitely a form of 'Manifest Destiny'.

Or as what Twain would eventually write as, "The White Man's Burden."



Lorenzo,

Lorenzo

  • SUPREME COURT
  • THE LEGEND
  • *****
  • avatar_240_1418794287 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 54226
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal2 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal3 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal4 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal5 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal6 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Be the change you want to see in the world...
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #49 on: January 15, 2009, 10:19:05 AM »


I took AP US History in high school and we barely even touched the topic of the Philippine-American War. Or as our teacher referred it as the Philippine "Insurrection". Let's say that--that led to a heated debate, lol.


Indeed, Leo, i was so fascinated in Spanish Philippines that I studied that as one of my majors in college. Imperial Spanish Colonialism.

Agreed, that there are so many parallels between Philippine and Iraqi Wars. I feel so vindicated to hear this from another Filipino.

I did read that work by Toribio, albeit a commentary on it only. It is truly disgusting how the United States portrayed our people in its Yellow Journalism. In my opinion, the United States was far more racial to the Filipino than the Spaniard.

At least the Spaniards didn't send indian hunters to butcher and kill Filipino children; as what the US cavalry did to the citizens in Samar.




Lorenzo

  • SUPREME COURT
  • THE LEGEND
  • *****
  • avatar_240_1418794287 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 54226
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal2 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal3 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal4 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal5 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal6 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Be the change you want to see in the world...
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #50 on: January 15, 2009, 10:28:04 AM »
Also, one thing I noticed which I would like to inquire from you, Leo, is that after the United States arrived in the Philippines--so did the growth of Protestantism. Did you know that? Growth of Baptists, Lutherans, Seventh Day Adventists, Evangelical Born Agains, and even Mormonism, etc.

Did you notice that?

Compared to the homogeneity of Roman Catholicism by the Spaniards?
A cultural-religious discourse. Since Americans are mostly Protestant compared to Catholic Spain.

leoello

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 56
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #51 on: January 15, 2009, 10:29:07 AM »

I really forgot that angle.  It would be interesting seeing an Anti-War coalition today complete with peace activist and ardent White Supremacist and Minute Men!

So knowing your history obviously, I have to push back and factor in the racist/anti-immigrant logic for your past article.  Wouldn't ardent isolationist and anti-immigrant/nativists/conservative Christians be the first to reject a hypothetical Philippines' application for US statehood?

We can move this over to that topic...


(question answered) you have a knack at conjuring pretty detailed essays in 5min!



Lorenzo

  • SUPREME COURT
  • THE LEGEND
  • *****
  • avatar_240_1418794287 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 54226
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal2 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal3 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal4 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal5 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal6 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Be the change you want to see in the world...
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #52 on: January 15, 2009, 10:39:35 AM »
Ah yes, I think so, most probably.

LoL, it is a pleasure to find another Historian in this forum.

Leo, I really am pleasured to meet you acquaintance!







fdaray

  • LUMINARY
  • ***
  • avatar_900_1362291239 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 5038
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • In my twilight days..... I shine still shine..
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #53 on: January 15, 2009, 10:40:06 AM »
Yes. LOVE, the greatest messagee of the true religion or any religion.
...God so love the world....,    Salam ....... whcih mean peace for Islam.
Life is what you make.
Kon naa kay gisoksok, naa kay makuot.

http://feldarblogspotcom.blogspot.com/
http://darayagrifacts.blogspot.com/

Lorenzo

  • SUPREME COURT
  • THE LEGEND
  • *****
  • avatar_240_1418794287 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 54226
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal2 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal3 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal4 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal5 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal6 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Be the change you want to see in the world...
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #54 on: January 15, 2009, 10:41:03 AM »

haha, this is what I love, bro. History.
It's a side passion of mine.

Where are you based at in the 'states, btw?


leoello

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 56
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #55 on: January 15, 2009, 10:43:12 AM »

fantastic observation.  that topic im sure has been thesis-worthy: to look at the Americanization of Philippines through religion through the Protestant missionary work in contrast to Spain.  I wonder if the same missionary work promoted a more aggressive form of Capitalism, that history still exists today as (cheesy) it is my star football quarterback from Univ of Florida proudly flaunts his missionary work to our homeland!

I knew that the indigenous development of the Iglesia Ni Cristo was connected to Manalo's experiences in America.   What's your take on that development, I see it as an importance for Filipinos to claim a Christian faith as our own, but its not without critiques of their practice.

I'd like to ask everyone's experience with INC in the Philippines?   Or if you are Iglesia, what is your take on its acceptance and relationships with other faiths? As a Catholic, I was really shocked at their approach in trying to recruit me by denouncing what I've practiced all my life.

Ka lisod ni religion ka sabot! pls correct my grammar someone...

I value their principles of forming a relationship directly to God, but not at the expense of demonizing the Catholic faith.

Lorenzo

  • SUPREME COURT
  • THE LEGEND
  • *****
  • avatar_240_1418794287 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 54226
  • medal1 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal2 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal3 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal4 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal5 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blogmedal6 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Be the change you want to see in the world...
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #56 on: January 15, 2009, 10:54:25 AM »
Eloquently written, Leo,

You brought up a very strong point--the missionaries in the Philippines by different Christian denominations. I know for a fact that there are many Baptist missionary works in Manila--which is rather interesting in how much these Christian denominations are vying for the same population--competing with one another in the goal to 'save souls'. (No pun intended at all). I know that even in Korea, there is a growing Mormon mission there--leading to thousands of South Koreans converting to the Mormon faith.

I really don't have much information on the INC. Perhaps someone else in Tubag Bohol with a far more deeper knowledge on that can answer your question. I myself would also like to know.

I sympathize for you, Leo, if what they tried to do to you was an affront to your Catholic upbringing.



leoello

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 56
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #57 on: January 15, 2009, 11:07:11 AM »
Lorenzo----im based out of south mississippi, but soon going back to my hometown in jacksonville, florida.....you?

I'm really longing to go to Bohol and Northern Mindanao to connect with family.  Na mingaw ko!

If you're a history lover, there's a few of us in blogworld.  Some places to start would be these places:

http://filamfunk.blogspot.com,  my friend who talks Filipino colonization through a hiphop cultural performance lens

and myself:

http://poplockpoetry.wordpress.com, a place where i'm going to unpack some personal history being Filipino in America, activism, breakdancing, and some poetry.

if you have a blog, please post it! 

back to the Religion topic....I broke up with my first girlfriend because she was INC and I was Catholic, sayang.


benelynne

  • EXECUTIVE
  • EXPERT
  • *****
  • avatar_467 - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
  • Posts: 2586
  • The good is the enemy of the best. John C. Maxwell
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #58 on: January 15, 2009, 11:31:53 AM »
I remember a book on etiquette that proscribed three topics in any social gathering: politics, sex and religion.

I believe a virtual gathering such as we have here at TB is no different, unless everyone agrees to disagree, and disagrees graciously.

As a topic, religion is especially hard to navigate, unless I am asked to speak of it from a personal point of view without prejudice to those who believe otherwise.

I remind myself that my spiritual conviction should broaden my heart and my mind rather than constrict it, give me a better understanding not only of myself but most importantly of others (especially those who believe otherwise), encourage me to seek common grounds rather than drive me adrift to islands of intolerance, and build me up as a person without demolishing others.
Live out of your imagination, not your history.
 -- STEPHEN COVEY
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=4508115&id=710401074#/profile.php?ref=name&id=710401074

leoello

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 56
    • Share Post
xx - The belief on one true religion - Anonymous Diary Blog
Re: The belief on one true religion
« Reply #59 on: January 15, 2009, 11:54:24 AM »

Well said.

And to be sure, I do not mean to prejudice anyone, restrict conversation on this board or intend to have made someone uncomfortable, they are all just personal observations to understand our world, with the intent to bring us closer as human beings.

in the end, i believe the universal God-given value of love.



Share via facebook Share via linkedin Share via pinterest Share via reddit Share via twitter
 

Sign-up or Log-in Free

 
 
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Latest Topics

PRODEX-B drug combination by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 04:39:15 PM]


Lockdown in Davao Region by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 04:27:01 PM]


Family Food Packs from DSWD by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:55:21 PM]


SEC ISSUES CEASE AND DESIST ORDER AGAINST PAYASIAN by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:34:43 PM]


Manulife Philippines provides additional COVID-19 benefits to customers by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:29:40 PM]


Gotcha! by hubag bohol
[Yesterday at 01:10:28 PM]


Do you want to live in a tree house? by hubag bohol
[Yesterday at 01:06:39 PM]


The whole kit and caboodle by hubag bohol
[Yesterday at 01:03:11 PM]


Social distancing while socializing by hubag bohol
[Yesterday at 01:00:15 PM]


Metrobank Advisory by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 01:00:12 PM]

SMF spam blocked by CleanTalk
Powered by SMFPacks SEO Pro Mod | Sitemap
Mobile View
SimplePortal 2.3.7 © 2008-2020, SimplePortal