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Christmas Reading Materials for Gloria Arroyo, Kin and their Rasputins as They Spend their Last Advent in Malacañang PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Monday, 14 December 2009 09:25

W hether she likes it or not, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo will spend her last Christmas in Malacañang Palace this year as President of the Philippines. Nobody knows where she, her husband and some of her kin and their Rasputins will celebrate the Advent in December 2010. Perhaps next Christmas or the Advent season in 2011 she and her corrupt-clique members will be in an American jail after they have been extradited pursuant to this article, Why the Arroyo Family and Its Rasputins Will Meet General Noriega’s Fate


Perhaps this Christmas, the lame-duck President Gloria Arroyo and the members of her corrupt clique should reflect on the message of Fr. Shay Cullen and other men and women of the cloth on the true meaning of Advent – after all, it is never too late to do well for her constituents and salvage some decency for her presidency:


It is never too late to do good for others and make your life all the more meaningful. The real meaning of Christmas has been lost for many. You can help remind them that it is about giving hope to the hopeless and justice to the poor. – Fr. Fr. Shay Cullen


To read more about the exemplary works of Father Shay, readers like Mrs. Arroyo, et al, should just click on this link, The Preda Foundation Demonstrates the Real Meaning of Christmas Not Only in December But Also Year-round

The has never deleted any of the articles that it published since Day One on April 9, 2007. Here are some of the articles written for the Advent season in 2007, 2008 and 2009:


How Filipinos Reinvented Christmas

A Slanted Version of the Greatest Story Ever Told


Christmas in the Philippines (by Ella Madrigal-Wagner)


Advent Is the Expectation of Our Lord  (by Francis Fernandez)


Why Gloria and Mike Arroyo, Et Al, Perhaps Are Not Even Christians But There’s Hope for Redemption


Merry Orthodox Christmas


Pig-Ebola Now in RP and Congressmen Refuse to Accept Malacañang’s Gifts of Ham and “Queso de Ebola”


BalitaKuno (Niños Inocentes Edition)


I Am Dreaming of a White Christmas  (A Column by Jesse Jose)


MabuhayRadio’s Articles on Christmas & New Year and Welcome, Ms. Ella Madrigal-Wagner


Advent and Abortion: A Christmas Message for George W. Bush and the American People


Yes, Virginia, There Is No Santa Claus . . .


My Giddy Christmas Thoughts this Christmas (from “A Cup O’ Kapeng Barako” column of Jesse Jose)


Christmas Actually Came Early for Filipinos in Boston (by Dr. Minnie Festin-Navato in Sections / Sunday's Sermon)


The Parable of the Atheist Who Spends Christmas in Kalimantan


Talltale Signs: The NaFFAA’s Home Is Melting this Christmas


The Joy of Advent (by Francis Fernandez)


Inventing the "FOOD" for the World (Part II)


Readings for the Night Before, and the Evenings After, New Year (and Christmas)  (by Atty. Domingo Lira)


What the New Year Is All About . . . Is 2008 “Almageddon Time”?


"Mabuhay, Las Vegas" Radio Broadcast, January 2005, as Hosted by Bobby Reyes


Remembering the Departed Filipino Diplomats in Los Angeles


We reiterate our appeal to our readers to continue praying for Gloria and Mike Arroyo, their kin, Rasputins and clique members. Perhaps this Advent season Mrs. Arroyo, et al, will start to find peace of mind and truly remember the real meaning of Christmas.

We wish Gloria and Mike Arroyo, their family, supporters and friends and our Dear Readers a very Blessed and Merry Christmas and a Peaceful and Prosperous New Year. # # #


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