Media Bias or News for Sale?


The statement of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte about media and some journalists as "pera-pera lang yan" is an observation of an experienced public servant serving Filipinos in Southern Philippines for over 30 years.

It has always been my belief that, aside from tradition and common perception, if an aged and experienced person speaks, he must be speaking from experience, and consequently of the truth. Even the Bible recognizes the wisdom of the aged.

PROVERBS 20:29 
The glory of young men is their strength: and the beauty of old men is the gray head.

PROVERBS 16:31 
The hoary head is a crown of glory, if it be found in the way of righteousness.

JOB 12:12 (RSV) 
Wisdom is with the aged, and understanding in length of days.

A person maybe speaking of lies and hypocrisy if such a person is beholden to someone else's dominion and power.

PROVERBS 29:12 
If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servants are wicked.

But if he is not, then he can be truthful because he can see things from all sides with no one dictating to him.

For somebody like President-elect Duterte who is not being dictated or dominated even by his own religion when he said "I'm not anymore a Catholic," he deserves credibility.

We must go back to family planning. As for myself, I am no longer a Catholic but a Christian. And I have this deep, abiding faith in God to guide all of us, and for me, to have a clear mind. (http://www.pahomepage.com/news/philippines-new-leader-to-be-dictator-against-corruption)

Even friendship does not factor in Pres. Duterte’s decisions. When he said about Apollo Quibuloy that he does not have to consult anybody in manning the government of persons he personally knows, it proves outright that the man is not beholden even to his best of friends.

Duterte issued this statement after his close friend, Pastor Quiboloy, complained of being shut out from the selection of new cabinet secretaries:

My loyalty to my friends ends where my loyalty to my country begins. Wala 'yung usapan na we will have to... kunsultahin kita. I decide alone. Tanungin mo isa't isa iyan. Walang nagturo sa akin. Ako ang nag-isip. (Dharel Placido, “Duterte to friends: I decide alone,” ABS-CBN News, 22 May 2016)


President Duterte is very much like a preacher beholden not to any man but to God.

II CORINTHIANS 6:11 
O ye Corinthians, our mouth is open unto you, our heart is enlarged.

II CORINTHIANS 7:4, 2 
4 Great is my boldness of speech toward you... 
2 Receive us; we have wronged no man, we have corrupted no man, we have defrauded no man.

The manner of speaking used by the Apostle Paul is not meant to please men but the person he is beholden to, and that is God.

GALATIANS 1:10 
For do I now persuade men, or God? or do I seek to please men? for if I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant of Christ.

I believe that not even the Iglesia ni Manalo, nor us, can influence the rightful judgment of President Duterte. That would be good news – for the sake of the country that it has long tried to corrupt for its recommendations to sensitive positions in the government. In the past, “The INC makes it easy for their political allies to know what they want in the form of lists of appointive positions they want secured for their own members.” (http://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/64529-inc-lobbies-key-government-positions)

Duterte’s declaration about some members of the media and journalists is not a fairytale and a no non-sense observation. I also am thinking based on my experience among so-called "journalists" of giant networks in the Philippines.

Questions to media

Why is it that "news" that tend to destroy my reputation about invented cases my religious enemies filed against me in Philippine courts, is being sensationalized by "respected journalists" of giant networks?

Social responsibility suggests that media has an obligation to act for the benefit of society at large. It should not play favorites; it should not act based mainly on gain.

When media is scored as biased, facts are not checked; the story is not complete yet you impress that it is. So what you have then is garbage since you only have one side.

And why is it that the works of charity that the members of Church of God are doing like free medical missions daily for more than 10 years, free legal services, Libreng Sakay, Dunong Gulong, Transient Home, Free Education, Rescue in calamity stricken areas, are never being heard from these giant networks?

Meanwhile, a one-day medical mission of my enemies is very well publicized in almost all of these networks. Is it because they do something negative as in blocking the traffic in exchange for shouting to the world what they do once in a blue moon? Do they pay to be covered in the news?

For now, we can say there is bias in news coverage – in the selection, to begin with. That is the least charge we can give to media.


What is the real score? What is with media these days? Chances are that President Duterte knows about it. He said there are three kinds of journalists and two of them are: 1) Publicists or those who are paid to be mouthpieces of politicians; and 2) Extortionists, the vultures of journalism. (http://politics.com.ph/dutertes-3-kinds-journalists-crusaders-mouthpieces-vultures-extortionists-deserve-die/)

An event like the Kahit Isang Araw Lang - Takbo Para sa Libreng Kolehiyo (Just for One Day - Run for Free College) that benefited many poor countrymen, even attended by the PNP Chief and the DepEd Secretary, is not a part of their news. Is it because that it is not about those of the rich and famous religions? Here’s the excerpted rendition of Wikipedia -

Kahit Isang Araw Lang Unity Run was a run organized by UNTV.It was held in the Mall of Asia Pasay City Metro Manila Philippines on January 22, 2012. The advocacy of Kuya, Daniel Razon (CEO of UNTV) also known as "Mr. Public Service", was to create another historic fun run for education with at least 300,000 participants.

Razon said, "The Project is actually a fitting follow up of a similar event last held last 2010 that not only left a mark in history in terms of the number of participants, but for the realization of its advocacy of providing free college education to beneficiaries."

In partnership with the Department of Education, Razon and the Department of Education Secretary, Armin Luistro, made a deal in response to the shortage of some aspects of education.

It could be seen that nothing was written or heard of about the 2010 event – a clear snub of the TV giant networks because coverage of it was probably sacrilege. The organizers of the event are known as UNTV associates.

But was this news only for UNTV? This is an effort that is trying to help the poor get education, right? Where is now that social responsibility that media is supposed to be committed to?

At least, even if late [not a news cast], the Unity Run of 2012 was recognized by ABS-CBN's noontime show, "SHOWTIME" last February 17, 2012, almost a month after it was held.


In contrast, here are some of the not news worthy items of these giant networks: Two women engage in hair-pulling over a man and a quarrel of women just because of ice.

Are these the important things people need to know?

In contrast, an event that will give some 10M pesos to charitable institutions being held at Smart Araneta to help our poor countrymen was not the subject - never a subject - of their news.

What is the UNTV Cup?

UNTV Cup is a charity basketball league on Philippine TV, the first charity game dedicated for public servants and celebrities in the Philippines. It is an original concept by Daniel Razon tagged as Mr. Public Service and materialized by UNTV. The players are given a chance to play and at the same time donate their earnings to a charity of their own choice. The game was started on July 29, 2013.

Season 4 that concluded in March 2016 shows that the recipients were given a total of 10 million pesos.

AFP Cavaliers has received 4 million pesos prize (3.5 million pesos for beneficiaries and 500 thousand pesos for the champion team), while the 2nd placer, PNP Responders has received 2 million pesos prize (1.7 million pesos for the beneficiary and 300,000 for the team). 10 other teams will also receive cash grants for their donors and the team at the end of the season. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UNTV_Cup_Season_4)

If the goal of the media is to inform, to educate and to entertain, why is there apparent media bias? Maybe President Duterte is right when he said "pera pera lang yan!”

152 comments:

  1. Salamat sa Dios sa panibagong Blog na ito ni Mr.ControversyX ang ibang media ngayon ay biased dahil nagbabalita sila ng iba sa pangyayari or nag iinbento sila like campaign adds anti Pres.Duterte at ginamit pa ang mga bata
    Ngayon ay nanganganib na di makapagrenew ang ABS-CBN para makapag braodcast or hangggang 2020 na lang sila

    and even ang TV5 naglabas din sila na kesyo ang Martial Law daw ay 20 yrs. ang Martial ay nagsimula ng 1972-1981 so 9 yrs lang po siya....

    ang ibang media ngayon ay for sale dahil ibabalita lang nila yung aayon sa kanila

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    1. Opo. Kanya-kanya lang nilang mga katunayan (facts) komo walang nagpopolice sa kanila. Pero ngayon, nakakamalay na ang mga madla.

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  2. Thanks Be To God for this New Blog of Mr.ControversyX

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  3. Duterte’s declaration about some members of the media and journalists is not a fairytale and a no non-sense observation.

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    1. Sa matagal na panahon namulat na akong ganyan ang kalakaran sa media. Minsan ang balita wala ng sence. Ung tipong "may maibalita lang" kung anong sa palagay nilang magrarate or kung saan malaki ang bigay. Minsan mahuhuli mo pa silang nagsisinungaling LIVE on national tv. Ang moralidad sa pag babalita sa Pinas ay napakababa. Hindi nakakapagtaka kasi nga "pera-pera lang yan" Nice work Mr. Controversy sana ipag patuly nyo pa yang pageexpose nyo!

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  5. For bias media, the good news is always a bad news.

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  6. Salamat po Sa Dios Sa npakagandang blog na Ito. Totoo nga, napaka bias Ng ibang mamamahayag, Yung mga walang kwentang balita ay pinag aaksayahan Ng oras, subalit ang mga events na nagbibigay benipisyo Sa maraming mahihirap ay Hindi man Lang ibinabalita Ng mga malalaking network na mukhang pera.

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  7. Pera pera lang yan!!!!!! therefore it's a prevalent practice of some media covered by media it self.... whereof corruption is totally veiled

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  8. Some substantiation of this blogs cant be viewed.

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  9. news for sale for other network,but not on UNTV37.

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  10. Thanks be to God for this blog. Media is meant to educate, entertain and inform with the truth because news will always have an effect on people. Thanks be to God for UNTV's responsible media broadcasting, the only network that air public service and most importantly, the preaching of the word of God through the programs, Ang Dating Daan, The Old Path, El Camino Antiguo, and O Caminho Antigo. To God is the Glory!

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  11. Thanks Be To God for this New Blog of Mr.ControversyX Read & Share.

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  12. Greatly informative blog once more.
    To God be the Glory

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  13. Meron kasi mga media na bayaran pro di naman lahat... Nakahanap na ng katapat ang mga bayaran na media...

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  14. kaya naman almost 5, 000, 000 views na! sa sobrang ganda at informative ng blog! salamat po sa Dios! mabuhay po kayo Mr. President. May God guide you.

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  15. UNTV should be followed by those giant networks in "Public Service" #DuterteShunsBiasedMedia

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  16. Thanks be to God!!! Go duterte!!! Let the truth be known to all Filipinos

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  17. Pera pera na lang talaga.. Nawa'y kasihan ng panginoon ang bawat decision ng ating bagong pangulo.

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  18. Shame on the hyper commercialized media networks.

    The blog is sad but absolutely true.

    There is indeed corruption in most sectors of the society.
    Thanks be to GOD for this blog the enlightens the minds of the reader.

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  19. Mr Controversy and President-elect Duterte have much in common. For one, they both want to tell the truth. #‎DuterteShunsBiasedMedia‬

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  20. Great Blog !Thanks God for this information..

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  21. This is so true. The end of TRAPO!
    #DuterteShunsBiasedMedia

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  22. Thanks to God dahil may Mr. Controversy X. Nagbibigay liwanag sa mga ibat ibang issue mapasosyal,mapapolitika,maparelihiyon at marami pang iba.

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  23. always watch UNTV! salute to Incoming President Duterte

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  24. What real journalists have been doing (like the men and women behind UNTV programs) brought back my interest in watching news.

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  25. I wish President Duterte can read this very enlightening truth by bro. Eli. Media in the Philippines is indeed bias.

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  26. luchi cruz valdez and arnold clavio and their respective networks know very well that the program they made intended to malign and defame Bro.Eli are all based on lies invented by the iglesia ni manalo. But for whatever reason or whatever amount, they were blind to even consider the side of Bro.Eli. They aired their defamatory programs not only once.
    During those times, I was not a member of the Church yet. And I must admit that I was affected painfully. I was in the verge of loosing hope on religions and it was Bro.Eli's program is the only ones left for me to watch and the only ones I am hoping for enlightenment. Had Bro.Eli left the issues unanswered, I could have believed them. I thank God once again I was not left hanging. Being quick to answer, I kept on following Bro.Eli's program until I was firm enough to receive baptism.
    I COULD HAVE LOST MY SOUL TO THESE BIASED MEDIA NETWORKS AND MEDIA MEN.
    I pray to God that He will use President Duterte to expose all of them and hopefully eradicate them.
    Philippines greatly misses Bro.Eli!

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  27. I wish President Duterte can read this very enlightening truth by bro. Eli. Media in the Philippines is indeed bias.

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  28. Men aged in public service speaks out of their experienced! A must read!

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  29. I totally agree with you Bro Eli. A lot of nonsense news are more important to newsmen. I'm not a viewer of these big networks because they don't give meaning to proper journalism. Thank God there's UNTV that offers informative and biblical facts.

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  30. Filipino People should know how these Biased Media Networks manipulate the News that they are watching on their homes.

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  31. If the goal of the media is to inform, to educate and to entertain, why is there apparent media bias? Maybe President Duterte is right when he said "pera pera lang yan!”

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  32. UNTV, pls saturate entire Philippines by aerial brodcast so that my fellow Filipino won't be feed of erroneous information from bias media or networks. Pls....

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  33. I hope who own those big station read this! How rotten their system!

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  34. A Bias Reporting must be stop... nonsense and unworthy news report b'cuz of Pera..pera lang yan.

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  35. almost everything, and Media is no exemption, "its all about what is in it for me?"

    sad truth

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  36. Nonsense yung ibang giant media kung magbalita hindi na kailangan malaman ng mga tao yung nagsabunutan sila ang kailangan ang para s kapakanan ng kapwa. Isang matibay na ibedensya na biased nga kayo talaga. Please share this blog.

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  37. tama po maraming dapat ibinalita ng ibang media lalo na un mga big betworks, tulad ng isang araw lng unity run nun 2012 dahil ito ay world record ay hindi agad binalita sa halip ay mga away lng ng dalawang babae nagsabunutan,

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  38. We support you president mayor Duterte for scrutinizing these biased media!

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  39. This is a great blog! Tagos to the bones!

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  40. It's about time that all corrupted media be expose,I just hope all of us use a better judgment on which is which.

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  41. Very well said! Furthermore, the utterance of Pres. Duterte reminds me of the song Where is the Love by Black Eyed Peas about irresponsible journalists.

    "Wrong information always shown by the media
    Negative images is the main criteria..."

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  42. Maybe President Duterte is right when he said "pera pera lang yan!”

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  43. It's about time to expose the truth about the media. This is all true. Now people will know which network to watch and which network to get rid of (just a waste of money).
    Thanks be to God for President Duterte, Bro Eli, Kuya Daniel and UNTV. To God be the Glory!

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  44. Panoorin nio si Donald Trump parihong pariho po sila ng style although trump uses his own money to run so that no one can dictate him of many policies,,,Duterte and trump became popular.

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  45. It is a known truth that media giant networks operate for their own gain and selfish interest. it takes courage and people who has balls to stand up against hypocrisy in journalism.

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  46. Nakatagpo ng katapat ang ilang media. Anyway if you are not guilty of any wrong doing as a jounalist why getting offended by Mr. Duterte's statement.

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  47. Supporting President Duterte against biased media all the way from San Francisco Bay Area, California~! Thanks be unto God for educational and spiritual blogs like this. Looking forward to the next blog already. ^____^

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  48. Katotohanan at Katotohanan, Salamat sa Diyos

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  49. Thanks be to God for the information. The giant networks will never cover these events as they are manipulated by big religious organizations that are holding them on their balls.

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  50. Yung mga malalaking media na bayaran nag babalita kahit hindi totoo.kaya salamat po sa Dios at mayron tayong kapatid na Eli upang ikalat ang katotohanan sa pamamagitan ng blog na to.

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  51. Yes the blog issue is blatantly true. Maybe, what had happened to them (Bias media is a payback) to what they have done to Mr. Controversy before. They have encountered a no non-sense president that even their influence is not valid.

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  52. Thanks be to God for another great blog from our very own BES...

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  53. This is Reality that their are some Media practitioner and Networks that are truly "pera-pera lang yan". But ibahin ninyo ang UNTV at Kuya Daniel, talagang for Public Service...


    #DuterteShunsBiasedMedia

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  54. I really agree to Mr. Controversy Extraordinary. Media together with the giant networks in our country are not in favor for the promotion of good works , they only want is money.

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  55. May this blog make all of the biased media person to speak for truth and be fair.

    God bless to Bro. Eli and.Bro. Daniel for the unending help for their country men.
    Mabuhay po Kayo!
    Salamat po sa Dios.
    To God be the glory!

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  56. Salute to this Blog! Thank's be to God!

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  57. At last a no holds barred statement to expose irregularities in media.

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  58. Thanks be to God for this blog.

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  59. Oo nga po, karamihan sa mga nirereport ng malalaking networks ay mga di na dapat ireport. Salamat sa Dios sa blog na ito.

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  60. This blog was very eye opening and very informative. It deals with issues that we don't often think about, but that we should.

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  61. Salamat po sa Dios!
    Naway samahan ng Dios si Pangulong Duterte

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  62. THANKS BE UNTO GOD FOR NEW GOVERNANCE WITHOUT HYPOCRISY AND PARTIALITY.MEDIA IS TO TELL THE TRUTH NOT TO BE BIAS.GOD HAVE MERCY ON THE LAND OF OUR BRETHREN IN PHILIPPINES.THIS IS A GLOBAL PREDICAMENT AND I BELIEVE THAT BY THIS HIT,THE WHOLE WORLD WILL SEE THE DARKEN PART OF THE MEDIA WORLD.THEY ARE NOT ONLY CORRUPT BUT THEY TARNISH THE IMAGE OF THE GOOD PEOPLE ALSO.

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  63. Huge media networks are very selective in their reports.. Important, humanitarian events are not shown on their network because it will be a slap on their face, that they, being a huge network cannot do what UNTV can do.. pure public service..

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  64. UNTV.
    The public service channel.
    #DuterteShunsBiasedMedia

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  65. Salamat sa Dios at nagkaroon na ng matapang na presedente ang pilipinas,,,, sana mag tagumpay ang iyong anim na taong paglilingkod sa palipinas bilang presedente,,,go go go mr. President,,, ingatan ka nawa ng Dios sa mabuti mong layunin

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  66. Bihira na makatagpo ng totoong tao ngayon.. Mabuti nakatagpo din tayo ng presidente na totoong tao...ayaw ng lokohan... Sana samahan siya sa kaniyang paglilingkod bayan...dapat na tayong magbago kung gusto natin ng pagbabago sa bayan at ng umunlad naman tayo... tulungan natin ang presidente natin.

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  67. Shame for them,very unprofessional!!...

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  68. Such an eye-opener! Salamat sa Dios!

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  69. Almost all media after the money and the truth broadcasting. This blog serve an eye opening to all Filipino who want a big change of the structure of the media and of the government.Millions thank you to God.

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  70. What can you expect from newsCASHters???

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  71. Thanks be to God for this blog, I hope one-way or the other people from the media the journalists, columnists etc.. from this giant networks realize if the report are still beneficial or informative (information which is not sensationalizeal and not biased) in fact when you ask a an ordinary Filipino even from OFW when they watch the news the normal saying would be "lagi na lng may pinatay, may na rape, taas ng gasolina trapik sa edsa.. Etc.. Etc.. nakakasawa lagi na lng ganun balita wala na ba iba? Nothing new they just make it sensationalize through the wordings they use as if its new. I hope that president-elect Duterte will include also the reform from the media like the MTRCB.

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  72. untv is a media that reports fairly..

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  73. In journalism, I was taught that THE PEN is the most powerful weapon that nuclear have no defense against. Of course now we could relate that to a keyboard be it on smartphones, tablets or pc's. Imagine how powerful words could weigh. When GOD said, let there be light --- that WORD made that LIGHT. And though we cannot associate the omnipotence of GOD and His authority when it comes to words, the PEN which represents MEDIA in this case, could actually start or stop a war. So can you imagine how disastrous it could be if that PEN or the so-called MEDIA was corrupted. What lies will it refrain from speaking and what silence of the mouth is worth not hearing?

    When I was still a mass-communication majoring in journalism student in my college days, I have already heard of media black out and corrupt prominent journalists of major tv stations that were taking bribes in exchange of either their silence or their eloquence in verbalizing news or intrigue. You won't believe that these so-called trusted broadcasters and writers would actually accept money from hoodlums, drug lords, defamed celebrities and politicians. Perhaps indeed that this isn't happening only in the Philippines but worldwide. Yet why am I not surprised that this is the case?
    Wasn't even the MTRCB which was suppose to have control over tv broadcast , involved in alleged bribe taking controversies? Go to youtube and search Ang Tamang Daan and you would see how the MTRCB played deaf and blind over the harassment , malicious defamation and libelous words the INC ministers used to defame Bro. ELI Soriano, as they aired live on their church owned TV channel. Yet the program Ang Dating Daan have been closed and suspended too many times, only for telling the truth. So how do we remedy that? That's what we call PAID JOURNALISM.

    So is there a bias or news for sale? Guess again!

    Thanks be to GOD for this informative blog BroELI.
    To GOD be the GLORY.

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  74. Another blog that's fully understand the way by media how news being delivered to society and yet not an important issue that people need to know it's a good thing that there is a network like untv where in facts are very helpful in our daily living. Not biased.

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  75. Thanks Be To God for this informative blog.

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  76. This bad media practice is rampant in the Philippines. Its good to know that our newly elected president is addressing this issue publicly. I hope and pray that he stays that way, making a stand for what is true and practicing fairness to everyone. Thank you for this blog!

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  77. AC-DC as what I've learned from brother Daniel's last week Thanksgiving. Attack & Collect or Depend & Collect, the easy way to collect money through biased Journalism...

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  78. Bro Eli, we feel your pains. We are praying with you, may the Lord put these people to justice for what they have done. Pagpalain Nawa po kayo palagi ng Panginoon, mahal po namin kayo!

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  79. Kailangan talaga ng bansa natin ng mga namumuno na walang kinikilingan at may paninindigan na ipaglaban ang katotohanan.

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  80. Salamat sa Dios. sana mag liwanag pa ito sa mga maraming tao...

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  81. Thanks Mr.Controversy X for exposing these Bias medias and on supporting Incoming President Rody Duterte's observation about of what kind of journalist we had in our country.

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  82. Pres.Duterte observation is correct.Giant TV network is bias...

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  83. Truly Pres. Duterte speaks the truth about the 3 kinds of media in the Philippines.

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  84. masakit pero totoo nman tlaga eh. mga wlang kwentang blita pinaparating nla s tao. samantalang meron mas kapakipakinabang n dpat ipaalam s madla pra n din s kbutihan ng mga taong mgkakamit ng tulong mula s mga taong ngsisikap tumulong gaya nila bro eli at kuya daniel . kya kung wlang UNTV mas mganda p huwag k n lng manood ng tv eh , mliligaw k lng ng mga giant stations n bias ang pgbabalita. slamat s Dios my bro eli at bro daniel n kinakasangkapan sya s panahon ntin. To GOD be the glory

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  85. this is the reality of Media Biased being practiced in the Philippines to pass judgement to respected men and defame people of their qualities.. The Love of Money is the root of all evil

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  86. Very true, the facts based on the knowledge of the aged and also written in the Bible.

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  87. media giants in philippines=money grabber

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  88. This truthful blog of Mr.ControversyX should serve as an eye-opener to the media whose biased practices should be stopped to regain the trust of the people especially our very own President-elect Duterte..

    TO GOD BE THE GLORY!!

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  89. Lie is evil, it confuses billions of people, sow hatred into our hearts and divides people: and this is what the Philippines Media giants is all about.
    Haven't we learned from the past, when former Philippine President depose a Media giant and after 30 years another Philippine President boycott the same Network?
    Thank God for the opportunity to share my views thru Bro Eli's Blog.

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  90. #TheTruthCaster
    "Pera pera lang yan" sa mga journalist na mukhang pera at walang karangalan at dignidad.

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  91. Biased talaga. saka lahat na dito satin, commercialized na.

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  92. Pera pera lang po din po yan walang kaibahan sa mga maling relihiyon. Taahanan daw ng katotohan showsbiz na showbiz ang datinh 3h. Pero salamat sa Dios at mayroon natitira na tlagang nagsisiwalat ng katotohanan. Mabuhay po kayo MR Controversy X. ^^

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  93. GALATIANS 1:10
    For do I now persuade men, or God? or do I seek to please men? for if I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant of Christ.Amen!Thanks be to God!!

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  94. The examples stated here are real... and just among the few evidences of how selective media are...of course they will deny it...sana mabasa ito ng mga media men...magaling sila mag commentaryo...ano kaya masasabi nyo dito sa particular blog na ito...please be fair...huwag naman puro pera. Mr. ControversyeXtraodinary congratulations and thanks for this blog..you hit the nail with the biggest head plus over flowing purse right on the spot. God Bless you.

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  95. True! Many of these networks are biased. For more than 10 years the daily works of charity of the members of Church of God not even seen on their networks.

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  96. Nakakatuwa naman po dahil 'yong away ng 2 babae dahil sa 1 lalake ay nabibigyan ng pansin ng mga dambuhalang media networks pero 'yong nakakatulong sa napakaraming tao hindi nila nakikita. Binulag na talaga sila ng kadiliman dahil sa PERA. SALAMAT PO SA DIOS AT MAYROON SA GITNA NAMIN NA BRO. ELI AT BRO. DANIEL na nagtuturo ng tunay na aral ng ating PANGINOONG HESUKRISTO. Salamat po sa DIOS

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  97. It hurts the Media because it is happening in reality and a man in public service as old as Duterte is credible enough to speak.

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  98. Thanks be to God for another straightforward blog!

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  99. All the things that I read in this blog is true, with proof and basis. Anyone watching news can attest that. Thank God for giving us guidance.

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  100. THIS IS THE TIME THAT THE MEDIA SHOULD BE USED FOR PUBLIC SERVICE, INFORMATION, EDUCATION, AND SPECIALLY SO FOR THE PROPAGATION OF MORAL AND ESPIRITUAL VALLUES,,,, TO GOD BE THE GLORY.....

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  101. We support Pres. Duterte on his good adherence for our country!

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  102. The true living god will always reveal his rightful judgement

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  103. Sana nga sa panununkulan ni Pres. Elect Rody Duterte ay matapos na ang ganitong kalakaran sa hanay ng Media, kaya karamihan ng mga ibinabalita ng TV Stations ay bias at hindi na katotohanan na dapat sana malaman ng tao. Sa kasalukuyan ang UNTV 37 ang nakikita ko hindi bias, i recommend dito na tayo manood the only "public service channel"...

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  104. how fair is media nga ba nowadays? one of our relatives was once a victim, isasabuhay daw nila, they interviewed the family para makuha ang buong story, but it turned out way different nung ipalabas na sa tv... truth is, nakakawala ng tiwalang manood ng news after that... media most of the time exaggerate, "dagdag bawas" to catch viewers' attention... good thing meron paring channel u can rely on, i.e. UNTV...

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  105. "My loyalty to my friends ends where my loyalty to my country begins." there is really a justice when Pres. Duterte speak.. just like you Bro Eli .. Thanks be to God!

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  106. Napapansin ko na din talaga to eh yung mga walang ka kwenta kwentang pangyayari yun pa ang gustong gusto ibalita ng malalaking network na to, sana nga si president Duterte eh wag magpapatinag sa mga bias na media na yan, ibunyag kung ano ang katotohanan, gawin lang nya ang trabaho nya at kung ano ang tama at wag magpaimpluwensya sa bias na media at lalo na sa mga relihiyon na dahilan ng mga korapsiyon sa gobyerno, salamat sa blog na to sana mabasa to ng maraming tao para sa kaalaman ng lahat.

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  107. Halatang takot ang mga higanteng tv networks na masapawan sila ng UNTV! Kung tutuusin, ang mga naging at magiging projects ng MCGI ay hindi ordinaryo! Lahat ng panukala ni Kuya Daniel Razon para sa ikabubuti ng nakararami nating kababayan. Wala bang media na nakapansin o nakakita ng mga yaon. Ang pagkaka-alam ko, tungkulin ng media ang mag-inform at mag-educate. Asan sila nung merong malalaking events ang MCGI? Tama... karamihan kasi FOR SALE!!!

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  108. Salamat sa Dios sa panibagong blog ni Mr. Controversy X
    Nahahayag yung tunay na kulay ng ibang media
    God bless po Bro. Eli Soriano

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  109. salamat sa Dios sa mga unawang aming natamo. To God be the glory

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  110. UNTV lang yata ang matinong channel sa Pilipinas eh. Yung iba, mukhang talagang pera pera lang. tsk tsk tsk

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  111. Gracias a Dios for this new Blog of Mr.ControversyX very inspiring and sensible blog...now our some of Media in Philippines are biased if there something news that is not favored for the Company or Crowny they trying to hide the truth

    So if President Duterte had statement about Corrupt Media the media they cant hide the truth because the President had Experience about Corrupt Media so he has basis and hes not a crazy president and hes born yesterday about this corrupt Media. THANKS BE TO GOD we have frank and honest and have heart for his fellow Country Men he wants to help his Country to have food 3x a day and hes not a hypocrite President...May the Guide You Mr.President Duterte

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  112. Ang daming charity works and events ng MCGI pero ni isa hindi nabaLita sa mga giant networks sa Pilipinas. Pero pag tungkol sa mga sabunutan at suntukan ng mga lasing may oras pa silang ibalita.
    Wala ka talaga maaasahan sa mga giant networks sa Pilipinas. Halos kabulastugan lang lahat ang binabalita o mga piLing istorya!

    ‪#‎HayNako‬, ‪#‎DuterteShunsBiasedMedia‬

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  113. ang hindi ko makakalimutan jan yung pagrereport ng gma 7 tungkol sa rape case na inembentong kaso ng ind kay bro eli, ni hindi muna nila inalam ang credibility ng source nila basta sila magbabalita. Talgang pera pera lang yang mga giant networks dito sa pinas.

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  114. Media Bias and News for Sale in the Phils...

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  115. Totoo talaga ang Media Bias, kaya ayoko na talagang manuod sa ibang tv stations. puro untv nalang ako kasi lahat makabuluhan at hindi walang kwenta yung oras na nagugugol ko sa pakikinig. Salamat sa Dios sa blog na ito na punong puno ng aral, hindi nasayang ang oras ko sa pagbabasa nito!

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  116. Thanks be to God for this blog....the perilous plight of Philippine journalism is towards trivial puerility or decadent infancy veering itself from its august image of accurate, non-selective, unbiased and infallible media reporting. The innate causative factors maybe linger on money, envy, ego-boasting, & power control that sound logical to present un-Christian institution....

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  117. I know Mr. President will not tolerate that biased media. Go for it! God bless po!

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  118. #DuterteShunsBiasedMedia
    Pera-Pera Lang Yan sa mga Buwitre na Mga Journalist!
    @MrControversyX

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  119. We should know what to watch..
    the news or media who will show the right or to learn and entertain to the watchers.. #DuterteShunsBiasedMedia

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  120. Thanks be to God, another good issue.

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  121. awesome blog by Mr. Controversy X

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  122. nakakainis talaga ang maraming media sa Pilipinas lalo na ang GMA7 at ABSCBN,maraming mga palabas nila ay mga walang kwenta at mga kasinungalingan pa.
    kaya ngayon ipinahiya sila ni President Duterte!

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  123. Another eye opener of Mr.ControversyX regarding biased reporting.Then ,Why News? because we need to know! Salamat sa Dios!!!

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