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SUBSCRIBE TO PINASWATCHER, PINASWATCHERS, PINASISM *******www.youtube****/watch?v=4q0JKzpjh_o Please watch these two parts videos and forward them to all your friends, relatives, associates and all living souls who will help us move to a better Philippines.
22 Jun 2011
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29 Nov 2009
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Richard Gordon about quantum touch.
27 Mar 2011
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*******www.palisadeslaser**** - At Palisades Laser Eye Center in Rockland County and the Hudson Valley, Dr. Richard Gordon and his team use advanced vision correction technology to free you from glasses and contacts. An example is iLASIK, a bladeless LASIK procedure that uses a pair of lasers to reshape your cornea to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Another example is the WaveScan Wavefront system, which creates an extremely precise map of your eye and the unique imperfections that affect your vision. With this map, Dr Gordon can accurately assess if you're a good candidate for laser correction. To learn more about these laser vision correction technologies and the eye care services they offer, visit *******www.palisadeslaser****.
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This video is a small part of the entire Quantum Touch® Video Workshop. Richard Gordon is the founder of Quantum Touch® which is an energy-healing technique. This INSPIRATIONAL part explains the Law of Attraction very eloquently and is a pleasure to hear. Also, it doesn't have anything to do with the actual QT technique. This is only a small part of the entire QT® Video Workshop (which is 4 full DVD's). For reference, this section of the video is labeled as the "Unified Resonance of Allowing / Manifestation." For more info go to... www.quantumtouch**** and www.abraham-hicks**** If you have the Quantum Touch book (3rd ed), read pages 187-189.
26 Aug 2010
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This video is a small part of the entire Quantum Touch® Video Workshop. Richard Gordon is the founder of Quantum Touch® which is an energy-healing technique. This INSPIRATIONAL part explains the Law of Attraction very eloquently and is a pleasure to hear. Also, it doesn't have anything to do with the actual QT technique. This is only a small part of the entire QT® Video Workshop (which is 4 full DVD's). For reference, this section of the video is labeled as the "Unified Resonance of Allowing / Manifestation." For more info go to... www.quantumtouch**** and www.abraham-hicks**** If you have the Quantum Touch book (3rd ed), read pages 187-189.
26 Aug 2010
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In this HD video clip, Richard Gordon, founder and author of Quantum- Touch®, demonstrates how Quantum-Touch® works, as he meets with Athletes, Joggers and trainers. Produced and Directed by Suzanne Doucet and Richard Kashanski. For more information go to: www.QuantumTouch****. © 2009 Quantum-Touch® - All Rights Reserved
4 May 2009
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*******www.gmanews.tv/story/165176/poor-imelda-wants-her-diamonds-back Manila, Philippines - Imelda Marcos claims she's going broke. And she has the perfect solution: she wants her loot back. The wife of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos is demanding that the Philippine government return P15 billion worth of jewelry a collection which includes a Persian-style necklace with more than 100 carats of canary and pink diamonds; tiaras previously owned by European royalty; a 93-carat diamond necklace crafted by renowned Italian designer Gionmoria Buccellati. There is no conceivable way Mrs. Marcos could have paid for the jewels on the ostensible salary of her late husband Ferdinand, who was first president and then dictator of the Philippines. Yet she claims the loot is rightfully hers, and wasn't bought using plundered wealth. The jewels consisting of three collections were seized by or turned over to the Philippine government after the downfall of the Marcos regime in 1986. [See sidebar] In her letter to Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) on May 25, 2009, Mrs. Marcos insisted that she remains the items legitimate owner since the agency has yet to initiate any civil or criminal proceedings in any court for their forfeiture. Mrs. Marcos noted that the PCGG never issued any sequestration or freeze order over the jewels, as mandated by Article 18 of the 1987 Constitution. The Justice Department, however, rejected Mrs. Marcos request, saying that the Malacañang collection is part of forfeiture proceedings pending before the Sandiganbayan, the countrys anti-graft court. Justice Secretary Agnes Devanadera said there is no way that the PCGG can release the jewelry due to the pending forfeiture case. Marcos wealth Imelda's attempt to reclaim the jewels is only the latest episode in a two-decade battle between the Marcoses and the government over the wealth of the late dictators family. Shortly after she was swept to power in the 1986 EDSA revolt, former President Corazon Aquino formed the PCGG to assert the government's claims. Aside from the contested jewels, the Marcos wealth purportedly includes millions of dollars stashed away in Swiss bank accounts, several private estates, and the secret ownership of shares in private corporations of Marcos cronies. More than two decades have passed since the Marcos regime was overthrown by the People Power uprising, but the family has always insisted that their wealth was not ill-gotten. Mrs. Marcos argues that her husband was already rich even before they got married, fending off claims that she, her husband, and their friends pilfered the Philippine governments treasury. Mrs. Marcos alone is facing 10 graft charges on allegations that she held financial interests in secret foundations and private enterprises while she was a member of the Interim Batasan Pambansa from 1978 to 1984. To date, neither Imelda nor any of the accused of ill-gotten wealth during the Marcos regime have spent a minute in jail. But the government has had moderate success in recovering the Marcos wealth in a range of corporations and properties. Mockery of justice Critics of the Marcos administration have vowed to block the possible return of the confiscated jewelry to the former First Lady. Etta Rosales of the militant group Akbayan said returning the jewels would be a disservice to Filipinos, especially the victims of human rights abuses, torture, and enforced disappearance during martial law from 1972 to 1981.
17 Nov 2009
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18 Nov 2009
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19 Nov 2009
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Akbayan Rep. Risa Hontiveros called the Maguindanao massacre "a GMA legacy." "Unfortunately, it is this kind of violence that we will inherit from GMA even after 2010," she said. "Not only was her administration unable to dismantle private armies in Mindanao, one could even say that the administration has nurtured warlordism. It benefited the administration," she said. Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile said the incident is a blow to peace and stability in the Mindanao region and the rule of law, freedom and democracy. *******www.malaya****.ph/11252009/news2.html If GMA has any political will, now is the time to show it Politicians, religious leaders, human rights advocates and media groups yesterday called on the Arroyo government to show political will and use its full force against its political allies, the Ampatuans, who have been tagged in the massacre of local officials, women, and journalists in Maguindanao last Monday. Makati Mayor and United Opposition president Jejomar Binay said there is no need to impose a state of emergency as long as government goes after the killers, even if they are political allies. "The administration needs to show that this time, it will not tolerate the actions of political allies," Binay said. He said the massacre in Maguindanao, a known administration bailiwick which delivered the votes for Arroyo in the 2004 elections, is "the price of political accommodation and selective justice." He said the incident showed that government is helpless against private armed groups and loose firearms. "How can the presence of 100 armed men in a small town go unnoticed? What were the authorities doing at that time? There was either a failure of intelligence or gross negligence," he added. Binay also deplored the killing of journalists who were covering the event. "Under the present administration, journalism has become a dangerous profession. And when most media killings go unresolved, it only emboldens criminal elements to go after journalists," he said. Sen. Panfilo Lacson said the Maguindanao massacre "is one test that I insist the Arroyo administration must pass. The entire Filipino nation must act as one in challenging Mrs. Arroyo and all our law enforcement agencies to lose no time in arresting the perpetrators of this abominable act and if necessary shoot to immobilize them." "Cheating in every election in Maguindanao by the Ampatuans to deliver the votes to Mrs. Arroyo in 2004 and her senatorial candidates in 2007 may be forgettable, but not necessarily forgivable. But killing political opponents, including those who had nothing to do with the forthcoming May elections is another matter altogether, and must therefore be treated differently if only to show that the rule of law can still reign in that part of the country," he said. Several officials of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) said President Arroyo should act quickly and prove that government, especially the Armed Forces where she is commander-in-chief, is in charge. "This may be just an indicator of what the government and politics is all about in the Philippines," CBCP spokesman Msgr. Pedro Quitorio said. CBCP president Archbishop Angel Lagdameo appealed for the restoration of justice in Maguindanao. "Whether it is politically motivated or not, it is still a crime against respect for life and peace and order in the community," he said. Henrietta de Villa, chairperson of the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting, the incident is big blow to the credibility of the electorate in Maguindanao. "I am distraught and angry and terribly saddened at the grizzly massacre in Maguindanao that we have barely begun the electoral process. I grieve with our ARMM Muslim election partners who have worked so hard to change for the better the election profile of the ARMM," De Villa said. The Church-based election watchdog called on the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to transfer the area of filing the certificates of candidacy (COC) to Cotabato City. Commission on Human Rights chairperson Leila de Lima said the PNP and the executive department must act, not only to respond to the killings, but to deliver expeditious justice. "This is an outrage. Imagine... it was not enough that they were unarmed, but they had to behead women? What kind of animals are these killers?" De Lima said. She also warned of more violence due to a possible vendetta of the Mangudadatu clan on the Ampatuans if intervention is not swift. De Lima earlier supported calls for the disarming of private armies to prevent further bloodshed, adding that the Ampatuans did not amass such a large cache of firearms overnight. Read more...click link *******www.malaya****.ph/11252009/news2.html .
10 Dec 2009
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Video courtesy of *******youtube****/pepsiphilippines RH BILL AWARENESS: Contrary to the misinformation campaign being spread by some, the Reproductive Health (RH) - Responsible Parenthood (R) Bill does not allow abortion and will not force any contraceptive methods on anyone. It will not dictate the number of children a family can have. The Bill will respect the moral convictions and religious beliefs of all, but at the same time, protect the unborn child by providing health services for the pregnant mother and likewise save the lives of mother from dying at childbirth. RH-RP Bill will protect, provide and access a full range of safe and effective family planning methods (both natural and artificial) to Filipinos regardless of their belief and non-belief. The Bill is pro-quality life for the whole family. It ensures that more children will grow up secure in the knowledge that they were wanted because their births were planned. It is not against the birth of children and does not advocate that couples stop having children. Rather, it only claims to help them achieve their fertility goals - to have the number and proper spacing of children that they desire. Under the Philippine Law, abortion is illegal. The RH-RP Bill does not, in any way, legalize abortion. In fact, this Bill will help reduce the instances of illegal abortions. Currently 11 mothers unnecessarily die from giving birth daily as per latest estimates of the United Nations. This Bill is committed to protect the health and lives of mothers. It is committed to reduce maternal deaths and infant mortality. It is committed to save babies.
16 Jun 2011
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