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Written by Ado Paglinawan   
Friday, 02 July 2010 06:42

 

By Ado Paglinawan

 

“Crisis of Sovereignty” Series (Part Ten)

 

I will not belabor these e-mails further as they are self-explanatory and because I will come out with another op-ed. I will only say that it was clear that the cheat machinery in favor of Gibo Teodoro was hitting a wall because of the inability of the Lakas-Kampi candidate to inch closer to the leading presidential candidate. At the end, GMA and Puno decided to monetize their prep by selling out to NoyNoy Aquino, as Linda Montayre reported in the Article 03 of this series. Welcome to the Aquinorroyo world! 

 

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From: "Ronaldo V. Puno " <rvpuno@dilg.gov.ph>

Subject: Control is needed

To: "President G. Arroyo" < corres@op.gov.ph >

Received: Wednesday, 05 May 2010 10:03:47 AM

 

Madam,

 

With the most recent developments, a lot of us feel that we have pushed ourselves against the wall. If we try to go ahead with the election as scheduled. We are doing so at a risk of failing to do what we have planned all along. When I say fail, I mean not all of the targeted goals will be accomplished.

 

However, as you said, a postponement could cause a tremendous unrest that we might not be able to deal with. In light of this madam, we need to prepare for a certain situation that may suddenly transpire. First, the failure of the automated Elections due to the problems we have just seen. This will trigger an enormous uproar from all sectors that we need to be ready. I have enumerated several things that we need to be in charge of in such an event.

1. Communications Facilities and the NTC (including Mobile Providers)

2. Transport

3. A steadying force (either the PNP or AFP) both of them if possible.

4. Basic Utilities must also be controlled.

 

If we have this under our control, I think we can handle the unrest and protest actions that will happen in such an event.

 

For your Guidance and info.

 

HG101

 

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From: "Ronaldo V. Puno " <rvpuno@dilg.gov.ph>

Subject: Go as planned

To: "Nicodemu Ferrer" < comm_ferrer@comelec.gov.ph>

Received: Wednesday, 05 May 2010 13:45:12 PM

 

It's final, no postponement will happen. That will give time the other camps to prepare as well. We proceed. Do what you can in sorting out the cards. However, on the first sign of anomalies happening on a massive level. Declare a total failure of the Automated election. That is the idea so far and then we will take it from there.

 

From: "Nicodemus Ferrer " <comm_ferrer@comelec.gov.ph >

Subject: Tagle delivers but Delay of Counting is possible

To: " Ronaldo V. Puno " < rvpuno@dilg.gov.ph >

Received: Wednesday, 05 May 2010 15:51:12 PM

 

Tagle has delivered some sort of a miracle. He was able to deliver for us some 1.8 million votes that will be under our control. However we might have to postpone or delay canvassing for this areas since we still need to get the CF cards deliverd to them. Providing that. we act discreetly and show no taint of wrong doings. We've already made the announcement that about 5% of the entire country will experience delay in the counting of the votes which I believe is more acceptable that an accross the board failure of the voting system.

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From: "Ronaldo V. Puno " <rvpuno@dilg.gov.ph>

Subject: Zion Underway

To: "President G. Arroyo" < corres@op.gov.ph >

Received: Wednesday, 05 May 2010 16:09:51 PM

 

Madam,

 

As you have ordered I have already started to mobilize the people we need in preparation for the possible events of Monday. We have NTC control already. Globe has agreed to cut down on the provided signal without announcing it to the public.

 

Transportation as well as the utilities will be the subject of tomorrow's meetings and conferences. You mentioned last night that you will take care of the PNP or AFP. Please let me know madam any developments as soon as there are any. As far as the commission is concerned I've relayed to them the decision. Now, the preparation they are doing is for the holding of the election as scheduled.

 

For your Guidance and info.

 

HG101

 

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From: "Ronaldo V. Puno " <rvpuno@dilg.gov.ph>

Subject: Go as planned

To: "Nicodemu Ferrer" < comm_ferrer@comelec.gov.ph>

Received: Thursday, 06 May 2010 09:44:08 AM

 

I just want to remind you that no matter how short of time you may be. The following provinces are to be controlled as originally planned.

The Provinces are: Abra, Nueva Vizcaya. Cauayan Isabela. Bulacan. Ilocos Norte

 

The Palace and I have more than just votes at stake in the above mentioned Provinces.

 

Let me know the status immediately tonight. We will be having a marathon Vid-conference later , so get it to me, even at around 2:00 or even 3:00. A.M.

 

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From: "Ronaldo V. Puno " <rvpuno@dilg.gov.ph>

Subject: Headway being made

To: "President G. Arroyo" < corres@op.gov.ph >

Received: Thursday, 06 May 2010 13:29:51 PM

 

Madam,

 

We've already made headway when it comes to the deficit that we had to cover between Gibo and Aquino. But with the recent developments and the sudden need to reconfigure many of the CF cards, we might loose some grounds on the local level. This is mainly because we will loose control of the votes due to the fact that there is not enough time to reconfigure the local bets as well. This is now the dilemma we're facing. But we still have most of our targets under our fold.

 

Specifically, even without you telling me I made Bulacan a priority province to be taken. We really cannot take the risk of them to find out what we have done in Bulacan before. The problem is we will maneuver in Bulacan with everything untested plus the fact that the odds are quite stiff in their favor.

 

I will receive a final list not later than tomorrow morning regarding the provinces we are in control of mostly.

 

For your Guidance and info.

 

HG101

 

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From: "Nicodemus Ferrer " <comm_ferrer@comelec.gov.ph >

Subject: Preparations and Corrections underway

To: " Ronaldo V. Puno " < rvpuno@dilg.gov.ph >

Received: Thursday, 06 May 2010 14:08:31 PM

 

Ok, all preparations and recovery facilities will be working on this right away. The truth is we're running out of time and probably would fail to complete our plans on many of the places. It would now be up to our IT's in place and the special server options.

 

We have managed to keep this off the press but about 30 election inspectors around the country have decided to quit.

 

For your Info.

 

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From: "Ronaldo V. Puno " <rvpuno@dilg.gov.ph>

Subject: Dominion Agreed

To: "President G. Arroyo" < corres@op.gov.ph >

Received: Friday, 07 May 2010 12:26:11 PM

 

Madam,

 

We managed to get what we needed from the Dominion People, they heeded to our request for them to say that they found a glitch. We did this cause if they were to say that they didn't find a glitch in the configuration, then the question would be why did tests fail last Monday. We gave them 3,000 cards that were never tampered.

 

The Official statement they made stated that they indeed found a minor glitch in the configuration done by Smartmatic, when in fact they found none. They agreed to say that there was a glitch in order to restore credibility to the Monday Elections. Distribution of our CF cards will continue. Actually some were never actually withdrawn and remained with our people in the respective places. Tomorrow, we are gonna finalize the action plan for the day itself and which manipulation system to use for which place.

 

For your Guidance and info.

 

HG101

 

(To be continued . . .)

 



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