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Ang Tinig ng Pagbabago: DU-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-DU

duterte para sa pagbabago

Palapit nang palapit na ang araw ng botohan. Botante ka man o hindi, nasa Pinas ka man o wala, single ka man o in-a-relationship, alam kong apektado ka at ang buong sambayanang Pilipino sa mangyayaring halalan sa darating na ika-9 ng Mayo. Kaya vote wisely! Side Note: Sana ganoon din ang tamang panahon para sa ating dalawa. #PalapitNangPalapit

Since blogger ako, gusto ko ding gamitin ang platform na ito upang magbigay ng opinyon sa napupusuan kong kandidato. Side Note: Huwag kang mag-alala, magbibigayย din ako ng opinyon tungkol sa iyo… sa tamang panahon. Alam mo namang napupusuan din kita eh. โค

Dahil mahalaga ang bawat tinig nating mga Pilipino, inaanyayahan ko kayong magpahayag ng sarili ninyong tinig kung sino ba talaga ang napupusuan ninyong kandidato. Side Note: Naririnig mo ba ang tinig ko? Sana naririnig mo dahil tinig ng pag-ibig iyon. LOL!

YES I DU. Oo, si Duterte ang presidente ko. Gaya ng dalawang taong papasok sa isang relasyon, dapat muna nilang kilalanin ang bawat isa. Kaya ipapakilala ko sa iyo ang nais kong maging susunod na Presidente ng Pilipinas.

Actually, nabasa ko lang ito sa internet. If may maling detalye man na andito, you are free to comment. Democratic country naman tayo. May kalayaan tayong magpahayag ng ating saloobin at mga pananaw. Side Note: Buti na lang democratic tayo. So malaya akong magpahayag sa iyo ng aking nararamdamanโ€ฆ sa tamang panahon. ๐Ÿ™‚

This is the kind of leadership Mayor Duterte is known for. #TinigNgPagbabago

– No Smoking โ€“ You canโ€™t smoke in hotels, malls, offices, business establishments, sidewalks, marketsand any public places around Davao City.

– Total Firecracker Ban โ€“ Including Christmas, New year and Chinese New year Your money are well spent for noche buena and gift-giving rather than wasting money for firecrackers, which also produces pollution and injuries. Zero casualties for more than a decade now

– No to Kotong Cops Eliminated Kotong Cops, Davao City has been winning and consistently a contender for the Most Outstanding Police Office in the Country.

– No to bora bora ( noisy mufflers ) , Loud Vehicle Sound System

– You can sleep peacefully at night, motorcyle borabora and Loud sound system are just a nuisance especially at late night and dawn. Run a borabora around davao, you risk yourself cited and bike impounded. You just have to respect other peopleโ€™s rights.

– The apprehension of Drunk Drivers and puts them in jail There is no law against that in the Philippines, Mayor Duterte is stepping up because drunk driving causes a lot of accidents and lost of lives.

– Strict implementations of Speed Limits. Pedestrians are no longer afraid of being run over by speeding vehicles, less vehicular accidents โ€“ statistics now shows 90% less fatal accidents since strict implementations. I myself got the ticket last Jan 30,2014

– Strict Implementations of Traffic Laws Traffic is very orderly in Davao. No beating the red light. Vehicles not allowed to step on pedestrian lanes. Also Police visibility is excellent, discouraging traffic offenders and as well as criminality. 9

– Strict Implementation of Gambling Laws Illegal gambling is not allowed.

– Strict implementation sa 2/3 โ€“ 1/3 sidewalk clearances Pedestrians always have a sidewalk, motorist always have roads and the vendors have a place to make a living.

– Transform Davao into an award winning city over the years Cleanest and Greenest highly-urbanized City in the Philippines, Most Competitive city to do business, Most Gender responsive LGU in the Philippines, Hall of Fame, Best Peace and Order council in the Philippines, Most Outstanding Local Government Unit, Top government withholding agent, 1st in overall Tax payments, Top tourist destination in the Philippines, Most outstanding Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines and in Asia Pacific Region, Most outstanding KBP Chapter in the Philippines, Cleanest air in the world โ€“ Member of Clean Cities Coalition, Most Culture-Friendly City in the Philippines, Most Child-Friendly City in the Philippines, Best City Police Office in the Country, Most Outstanding City Library in the Philippines, Best City to Implement Food Fortification Program, One of Only Three Areas in World to have the Integrated Emergency Response System, Most Liberal Political Climate in the Philippines, National Literacy Awards 2013 Hall of Fame under the highly urbanized city category, Best Quality of Life by the Asian Institute of Management (AIM), Most Prepared Emergency Response System in the Philippines. One of the Top most livable cities in Asia. The City Mayors Foundation ranks Davao City as the 87th fastest growing city in the world, and it has been listed by the Foreign Direct Investment Magazine as the 10th โ€œAsian City of the Futureโ€. Highest employment rate in the Country. Many more and expecting more to come.

– No to Drugs Very seldom or very little drug pushers around. Gone are the old ones and new players are testing the waters. But will fail time and again.

– No to Criminals Davao City was once the worst (No mans land) to become the safest city in the country,in fact, 4th safest City in the world. What a turnaround. A City not safe for criminals, but very safe for its residents.

– Taxi drivers are not allowed to do contract fare, only meters are allowed or risk loosing franchise and vehicles impounded. As a result, Davao has the most honest, very courteous and friendliest taxi drivers. No scammers. Always give change to the last centavo.

– Best environmental protection. Strict Implementation in Protecting the water sheds Best potable or drinking water in the country and one of the best drinking water in the world.

– Anti-discrimination law implemented. Considering Davao City is in Mindanao, a conflict driven area. But under his leadership, Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Npa, Mnlf, Milf, Foreigners all live harmonously in Davao City.

– Discourages graft and corruption Eradicated most of the Corrupt officials under his jurisdiction in the City of Davao.

– Advocates the Safety and Wellness of his constituents. People of Davao enjoyed the services of Davao 911, the first and only one in asia. Its an Emergency Computer Aided Dispatch service with combination of police, emergency medical services, fire auxiliary, K9 units, urban search and rescue. To top of it all, its FREE. And you shoud see them in action .

– Economic Boom and Job Creation Davao City is now booming economically, that people around nearby provinces are moving in to Davao City, some from Visayas and Luzon are joining the bandwagon. New buildings are sprouting. A very different world as how Davao used to be. Now its population has ballooned to around 2.0M , Metropolis Davao is not so small after all. Mayor Duterte should be tough to manage a City this size.

– The Mayor has always led by example Since the mayor is doing his job well, and the people under him will be ashame if they will not do the same. This is how he gets the love and respect that he had from the People of Davao. You wont find his name and pictures on city projects, ambulances, bridges, basketball courts,electric post and so on. He never grandstand. He is very approachable, humble and down to earth. If you have some issues and go to him, expect it will be solved right in no time. Expect some action. Again, Davao City was one of the worst before and have risen from chaos and anarchy. Currently, it is safest city in the country and 4th safest city in the world. I bet each and every Filipino wants the same. So, no matter how much the media portrays how bad the Mayor is, the results of his leadership style stands and speaks for itself. If Peace and Order is advocated. Graft and Corruption curtailed. Guarantee, Progress and Development comes next. And now, another milestone for Davao City. Davao City has the highest employment rate in the country. Davao City also has the highest satisfaction rating nationwide for businessmen in terms of policy and advocacy.

Happy Birthday Mayor! ๐Ÿ™‚

Related Post:ย Ang Pinakahihintay na Sagot: โ€œI Du.โ€ย andย Du-30 na ang ate ko!

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22 comments on “Ang Tinig ng Pagbabago: DU-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-DU

  1. Ann G.
    March 30, 2016

    Very impressive isn’t it? ๐Ÿ™‚

    Although I DISAGREE with:
    โ€“ Taxi drivers are not allowed to do contract fare, only meters are allowed or risk loosing franchise and vehicles impounded. As a result, Davao has the most honest, very courteous and friendliest taxi drivers. No scammers. Always give change to the last centavo.”

    I just went to Davao this month and we really had a bad experience with a taxi driver who insisted to contract our fare; a bus driver who told us that if we will take his route it would only take us 5 hours, when it’s really 7 hours; a tricycle driver who told us that the fare is 150 pesos for both of us, but told us that it’s 150/each upon reaching our destination.

    I was very disappointed because I thought that Davao is a community of honest person, but we encountered not only one, but three dishonest people on this city.

    But nonetheless, it was really a beautiful and refreshing town compared to MNL.

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  2. princessclauie
    March 29, 2016

    Hi Seph! I’m busy right now. Gi-skim ko lang hehhe. Nasali mo ba ang liquor ban? Liquor ban by 2am. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. unjellanera
    March 29, 2016

    Reblogged this on Punjetry and commented:
    Ang puso ko, na kay Digong. Let’s go Du30!

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  4. unjellanera
    March 29, 2016

    Let’s go Digong!!! #PusoParakayDigong

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  5. tala bells
    March 29, 2016

    Yay! Fellow Duterte voter here ๐Ÿ™‚

    Hi Dr. Eamer! Kamusta? Hinahanap ko na lang sa plataporma niya ang pag-bulag sa mga epal na nagmomodify ng mga sasakyan(pati motor). Yung tipong parang may bitbit na stadium tuwing makakasalubong sa kalsada. Hahaha!

    Pero ang totoong winner sa post mo, yung mga sidenotes. Naman!

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    • Doctor Eamer
      March 29, 2016

      Hahaha! Alam mo namang hindi pwedeng mawala ang โ€œtotoong akoโ€ sa mga posts ko dito sa blog ko. Haha! Dahil ang dugong nananalaytay sa akin ay ang dugong pag-ibig. Hehe! Musta na Tala! Di ka na nagpaparamdam sa PSA ah ๐Ÿ™‚ May bagong tambalan na! haha! ๐Ÿ™‚ I hope youโ€™re doing great! #Du30

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      • tala bells
        March 29, 2016

        Ok naman Dr. Eamer ๐Ÿ™‚
        Sumosoul-searching lang ng bahagya haha! Wala na akong FB kasi kaya hindi na makasilip. Anyway go #Du30!

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      • Doctor Eamer
        March 29, 2016

        Haha! Soul-searching pala ๐Ÿ™‚ Maganda yan. haha Tapos sabayan mo din ng soul(mate)-searching. LOL! God bless sa season ng buhay mo! ๐Ÿ™‚ Regards daw sabi ng PSA! ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • tala bells
        March 29, 2016

        Hello din sa PSA!

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  6. What ever it is.
    March 29, 2016

    At tsaka oo nga pala, no more overhead cable, electric wires in downtown Davao ๐Ÿ˜€

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  7. What ever it is.
    March 29, 2016

    Taga Davao Jud Ako! So proud of our DAD! Birthday nya kahapon ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thank you sa pag p-promote sa ama namin ng libre lang. Just an additional info, kahit kailan hindi sya humingi ng pabor sa aming mga taga Davao, ang gusto nya lang eh mamuhay kami ng maayos at masaya. Everytime na tatakbo sya as mayor sa Davao, wala kang makikitang poster o kahit anong advertisement o mukha nya. Kasi yung ginagawa nya sa likod o harap ng kamera ay sapat ng rason para makuha nya ang suporta at pagmamahal namin. Strong man with a soft heart ๐Ÿ™‚ yan ang ama ng Davao ๐Ÿ˜€ Salamaaat po ulit. (bow)

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    • Doctor Eamer
      March 29, 2016

      Wow! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m excited to travel to Davao na tuloy. Haha! #bucketlist

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      • What ever it is.
        March 29, 2016

        Talga! Sobrang saya dito. haha. Kahit maglakad ka ng 12midnight, gumala ng magdamag, gumamit ng phone sa kalsada okay lang! Safe na safe. super! And you should really visit Roxas Ave (hindi yung Roxas na ano-haha) Sobrang sarap ng street food doon, malinis at honest ang mga nagbebenta doon. Have an awesome trip doc!

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      • Doctor Eamer
        March 29, 2016

        Alright! I’ll be looking forward to that trip. Hopefully mabisita ko ang Davao before election. haha if my schedule permits… and my finances too. haha

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      • What ever it is.
        March 29, 2016

        Go Go, magkakasya yan! haha.

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  8. Bellie
    March 28, 2016

    Ganern! Indeed, DAVAO “Life is here”.

    Punta ka ng Davao Dokie pra ma experience mo. ๐Ÿ˜

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  9. AESANTOS
    March 28, 2016

    Yes to Duterte & Cayetano! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

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