Alam Niyo Ba Kung Ano Ang Totoong Kwento Sa Mga Naglalabasang Meme Kay Mar Roxas?

Dear KaPAB,

Siguro dumaan na sa inyo ang mga meme na ginagawang katatawanan si Mar Roxas. Mismo ang presidente nga naniniwala dito. Ginagamit niya ito para laitin si Mar Roxas.


Panahon na siguro para malaman natin ang totoong kwento.





During the 2009 State of the Nation Address by President Gloria Macapal Arroyo, the police officers assigned in the Commonwealth intersection were not doing a good job of making traffic move. In the middle of the rain, Mar decided to do it himself.

Hindi naman pagpapapogi ang lumabas sa sasakyan upang tumulong ayusin ang traffic given na walang traffic enforcer na present sa area. Bumaba si Mar upang makausad ang mga sasakyan sa daan. Hindi niya na hinintay na mas maging malubha ang traffic situation sa lugar.

Nakakita siya ng problema, binigyan niya ng solusyon on the spot. May buhol sa daan at maraming naabala, ang ginawa ni Mar ay paspasang naibsan ang problema.

Nilait siya ng paulit-ulit ng mga trolls noong 2016 at ginagawa na naman nila ngayong 2019. Pero ang inakala ng karamihan na nakakatawa ay isang tulong pala.





Typhoon Ruby was one of the stronger typhoons to hit the Philippines in 2014.

Forecasters originally predicted it would make landfall in Borongan, Eastern Samar. The Cabinet Secretaries and national goverment operations were thus centralized in this area.

Unfortunately, the typhoon veered and made landfall in Dolores town instead. Dolores is 65 kilometers away from Borongan.

Importanteng maabot agad ng gobyerno ang Dolores. Pero walang makadaan na sasakyan papunta sa lugar. Maraming natumba na puno at mga kalat sa daraanan.

In the middle of one roadblock, Mar decided to get off the road and borrow a motorcycle from the nearest resident. There was no helmet available. Despite the road being slippery, Mar trudged on. And though he fell at one point, he got back up and carried on his task. The national government reached Dolores in record time despite the obstacles. At yun nga naabot ng tulong ang mga nasalanta.

Eto ang personal account of Congressman Kit Belmonte, a member of the Congressional Oversight Committee of the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (PDRRM) Act of 2010:

Speaking of that motorcycle ride, there were two cabinet secretaries, two congressmen, and two generals making those last 20 hectic kilometers from the stalled convoy to Dolores in the tail of the storm, and approaching twilight in borrowed motorbikes. Among ourselves, we had several combat veterans, several experienced motorcycle riders, and a couple of iron-man finishers. And let me tell you that most of us would have quit to wait for the rest of the convoy if not for Sec Mar leading the way.

There was a whole off-road stretch of at least fifty meters of mud capped by an eerie cemetery that made every one’s knees tremble (from fatigue or fear, I don’t know). Of course, we all fell, slipped, and slid in the sometimes knee-deep mud and fallen trees. But it was only Sec. Mar’s picture that was published, out of context, by someone who waited for him from the relative safety of the road.

But it was all worth it when we saw the gratitude and relief in the eyes of the people of Dolores when we finally broke through. They were no longer isolated, they had not been left alone, and their national government was with them.

Together, they were going to get through this crisis and rebuild.”

In the end, the United States had nothing but praise for the government efforts post-Ruby.


Ngayon, Boy Traffic at Boy Semplang nga ba gaya ng pinalabas ng mga trolls? Or Boy Tulong at Boy Solusyon?

Panahon na para labanan ang fake news. Eto ang totoo.

Kalaban ng Fake News,



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