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I know of another murderous “mastermind” responsible for thousands of extra-judicial deaths in this, same country! Guess who? </donvy>
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While the youth in the United States shout for their lives, Facebook users are quitting the platform, Russians are being expelled, Stormy Daniels is speaking publicly; the Philippines has nothing better to do this Lenten season than relive the pageantry? You call yourselves Christians? Shame on all of us! </donvy>
from Manila Bulletin Online on YouTube: We gave Binibing Pilipinas Queens a chance to change or retain their answers during the coronation night. Here’s what they’ve got to say.
While the Philippines ponders bewildered, perplexed, and stumped on how to run a light rail system whose origins date back to the beginning of the 20th century where early cities realized the contribution of mass transit to progress and development. In fact, Spain’s Department of Public Works for the Philippines started construction on a steam-powered tranvia way back in 1885. Oh how far we’ve gone… BACKWARDS!!! If you really want to know, the history of rail transport began in the 6th century BC in Ancient Greece. Oh how proud we Filipinos can be of our accomplishments. No really, what have we contributed to humanity? Reducing Manila population by the tens of thousands? Through government-initiated murder? By so-called Christians? </donvy>
If cannabis use for medical purposes is legalized, it must only be allowed under a 'strict research setting', according to Health Secretary Francisco Duque III.
Secretary Duque offered that he supported the use of marijuana for medical purposes provided it is for “limited application” and more importantly, done under a “very strict research setting.”
Like the experts from the University of the Philippines-Manila who are part of the Technical Working Group (TWG) tasked to study the proposed measure, the Health chief agreed there was really no need for a law, citing national policies and mechanisms were already in place so people can access cannabis for very narrow applications.