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proven_angell

Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« on: March 16, 2009, 04:52:58 pm »
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> From:
> Subject: Shocking News From World Bank
> To:
> Date: Monday, March 16, 2009, 8:30 AM
> THIS IS VERY HUMILIATING STORY....... ........ I DONT KNOW
> HOW TO BELIEVE
> BUT WE SHOULD BE AWARE OF WHAT IS HAPPENING IN OUR COUNTRY.
> To All Filipino Overseas Workers (OFWs):
>
> The Financial Analyst of World Bank would like to inform
> each and
> everyone of you that the present currency exchange rate of
> US Dollar to
> Peso is actually $1 = 52 pesos. Your government is
> manipulating the
> exchange rate for some years now. It is very much
> improbable and
> impossible that the Philippine Peso is appreciating compare
> to Euro,
> British Pound, Rials, and any other foreign currency. Even
> your ASEAN
> neighboring countries are suffering from the Global Crisis.
> Singapore ,
> a developed country is affected by depreciation of their
> currency what
> more of your country?
>
> We admire you for your hard work but we also pity you for
> having such a
> very corrupt government that is taking advantage of your
> hard earned
> money. The ARROYO ADMINISTRATION is blatantly milking each
> and every
> OFWs all over the world of billions of pesos for its own
> greedy, selfish
> ends. Investigations reveal that this milked money from
> OFWs will be
> spent to BRIBE not only PGMA's pet COCODILES in
> CONGRESS but some in the
> SENATE as well for her to PERPETUATE IN POWER BEYOND 2010.
> The rest
> would be deposited to the family's SECRET ACCOUNT in
> Switzerland.
> Another money-making scheme is the LOTTERY DRAWS. Filipinos
> should be
> aware that all LOTTO DRAWS are orchestrated, and big money
> goes to the
> two sons of
> the lady president. Recent example is the SUPER LOTTO 6/49
> draw, where
> supposedly two individuals from Luzon won. Do you know WHO
> these
> individuals are? It's Mikey and Datu, who else? One
> might ask how could
> the draw be rigged when it is being televised in front of
> millions of
> viewers. The answer is simple. As you all know, all bet
> combinations are
> being entered into PCSO's main data base as it is
> on-line, therefore, it
> is easy to determine which combinations were NOT betted
> upon. If they
> want to raise big money, no winners will be declared until
> the JACKPOT
> reaches sky-high because they could dictate the outcome at
> will. When
> it's "HARVEST TIME", viola, there would be
> "winner or winners" and the
> process repeats all over again. One might ask how this is
> being done.
> One insider told our investigators that actually the
> "DRAWN BALLS", six
> balls to be exact, are the only set which could fit into
> the transparent
> tube which sucks the balls up. All others are slightly
> bigger than the
> diameter of
> the tube which could not be distinguished by the viewers,
> therefore,
> there's no way they could be drawn!
> You Filipinos are being skinned alive, fried in your own
> fat and lard by
> your own government. Do you ever wonder why president-elect
> BARACK
> OBAMA, avoids your president like a stinking leper?
>
> -World Bank

MasterChief63

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2009, 04:58:42 pm »
i believe it
SaayaStrips...

Bill Clinton

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2009, 05:02:49 pm »
I'm more inclined to believe the lotto rigging than the currency manipulation to steal from the OFW's. Exchange rate policies are dictated by the Bangko Sentral. There are no "actual" and "manipulated" exchange rates, if that were the case, it would spell trade/ transaction difficulties in business dealings. The only difference is in the buying and selling rate which is dictated by market forces.

Sa lotto naman, it doesn't sound too far fetched. Heck, pati nga mga magsasaka na halos mamatay na sa gutom sa napakaliit na kita nila ninakawan pa dun sa fertilizer fund scam ni Bolante at FG hindi pinatawad, yung lotto pa kaya?
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sinnerman

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #3 on: March 16, 2009, 05:09:40 pm »
Our country is running in turmoil!

dapat talaga dito na lang ako nung nakaraang eleksyon!


*ganda pa ng buhok!

cheers!
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dirty sanchez

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #4 on: March 16, 2009, 05:18:26 pm »
fake. daming wrong spelling tsaka I doubt kilala nila yung names/nicknames ng anak ni GMA. The lotto part I still don't believe it. alam ko they take money from PCSO pero to rig it & make the sons of GMA winners, hindi yan. tsaka yung exhange rate. how can they manipulate it? edi na-sanction na sila kahit papano di ba?

Legsman

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #5 on: March 16, 2009, 05:18:43 pm »
i dont think totoo itong sulat na ito..i dont think the World Bank will use such words as "OBAMA, avoids your president like a stinking leper"

this is a hoax..
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ocacute

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #6 on: March 16, 2009, 05:23:25 pm »
mukha ngang di totoo kasi may kilala ako na nanalo na ng jackpot sa lotto ???

ipcmlr

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #7 on: March 16, 2009, 05:31:47 pm »
Yung currency natin  pinabayaan ng i dictate ng market di ba? I'm sure pag nabaliw ang peso at nag todo inflation malamang i try din syempre i control ng gobyerno/central bank. Parte din ng trabaho nila yun e. although ngayon dahil floating ang currency natin ang hirap i control ang currency. So yun lang sakin.

Anyway, mahirap maniwala sa email na yung isang part e siguradong mali. Baka rigged yung lotto. ewan natin. pero hirap maniwala sa email kasi email lang yan e. di naman official statement ng World Bank.

puretuts

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #8 on: March 16, 2009, 05:36:26 pm »
some parts maybe true some are white lies. beside a document from WB would be more carefully (diplomatic) words. I think this was written to make it appear as a document coming from the WB.


Master Dave

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #9 on: March 16, 2009, 05:41:00 pm »
kung rigged man ang lotto, ano pakialam ng World Bank dun? ;D

dragknot11

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #10 on: March 16, 2009, 06:34:42 pm »
possible... pero walang evidence....  ::inposition

Nosferatu

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #11 on: March 16, 2009, 06:42:41 pm »
Anu naman ang connection ng World Bank sa PCSO? It's a Hoax gawa gawa naman ng isang Filipinong red neck. . .

olli

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #12 on: March 16, 2009, 06:46:39 pm »
its obviously a hoax. nothing more, isa lang ang tama dun " Filipinos are being skinned alive, fried in your own
> fat and lard by
> your own government
"

aanhin pa ang damo kung nagbabato na ang kabayo?

-=Kurabo=-

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #13 on: March 16, 2009, 06:51:04 pm »
I doubt it.. imposible pati world bank idedetalye pa pati yung lotto pati ang mga anak ni arroyo.. ang issue lang naman is yung currency..

it ain't over. . .till its over

123kid123

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #14 on: March 16, 2009, 07:05:06 pm »
Some people just want to see the world burn.

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tonks

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #15 on: March 16, 2009, 07:07:48 pm »
fake.
reason #1 - World Bank does not release blatant and defaming article to the public. it would just lose its integrity.
reason #2 - The article is not properly cited. Its a hate letter, obviously.
reason #3 - one of the lotto winners is a security guard in my building. so the price did not go to PGMA's sons.

deck05

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #16 on: March 16, 2009, 07:21:20 pm »
In my opinion, medyo pang average ang mga words na ginamit ng writer. Kung pang international ang organization dapat mas medyo mas appropriate ang mga words na ginamit. The story might be true but the flaws are in the composition of the letter that even a university undergrad or a highschool student can write something like this. All I am saying is that the words that the writer used lacks appropriateness.

mr.screw

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #17 on: March 16, 2009, 08:17:27 pm »
I think it's fake. But I think the government can manipulate the currency exchange and make the peso a bit more stronger. Like what they did with the EVAT. It increases the the tax collection of the government and in return the government have some more money to put on it's savings (KUNG MERON MAN) and pay international debts. Pero kagaya niyo.. I also believe na meron pa ring ibang paraan dito di lang yung EVAT na nagpapahirap sa ating lahat. Tanggalin yung EVAT sigurado ako bagsak din ang peso. but the government should find other ways to earn more revenues para matanggal na yang EVAT. I think that's how they manipulate it. pero yung sa lotto.. diba tinitimbang nila yung mga bola dun. kung malaki man yung iba siguro bibigat din ang timbang nun. pero alam naman natin basta kung meron gustong mangdaya gagawa at gagawa sila ng paraan para makapangdaya. I know some people who also won in lotto pero yung sa mga maliliit lng na prices.

Yuuko

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #18 on: March 16, 2009, 09:44:30 pm »
fake.
reason #1 - World Bank does not release blatant and defaming article to the public. it would just lose its integrity.
reason #2 - The article is not properly cited. Its a hate letter, obviously.
reason #3 - one of the lotto winners is a security guard in my building. so the price did not go to PGMA's sons.

agree. reason 1&2 :D

The Dark Knight

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #19 on: March 16, 2009, 10:15:39 pm »
Some people just want to see the world burn.

^^^i like that..

fake....but for lotto, it make sense, last biggest jackpot ang nanalo daw "two from luzon"...one in pampanga and the other one is in manila near CEU and San Beda area.... ;D

knetmati

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #20 on: March 16, 2009, 10:28:54 pm »
^^^i like that..

fake....but for lotto, it make sense, last biggest jackpot ang nanalo daw "two from luzon"...one in pampanga and the other one is in manila near CEU and San Beda area.... ;D

Pampanga - Sa Home Province ng mga Arroyo and Manila near CEU & SAn Beda area.... di kaya sa Malacanang cnu kaya dun! Does it make sense to You, mga ka Espiya! "Jackpot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" ??? ??? ::investigate

Master Dave

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #21 on: March 16, 2009, 10:37:20 pm »
fake....but for lotto, it make sense, last biggest jackpot ang nanalo daw "two from luzon"...one in pampanga and the other one is in manila near CEU and San Beda area.... ;D

It's actually from Pasay (although the winner lives in Caloocan, a 50 year old woman) and the other from Pasig, and as of March 5 was still unclaimed.. I don't know how you got that news that a winner came from Pampanga.. probably came from the guy who wrote that hate letter..  ;D

:: PaInE ::

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #22 on: March 16, 2009, 10:57:26 pm »
halatang halata naman na Pinoy lang ang gumawa nito ...
sa grammar pa lang !!

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The Dark Knight

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #23 on: March 16, 2009, 10:59:38 pm »
It's actually from Pasay (although the winner lives in Caloocan, a 50 year old woman) and the other from Pasig, and as of March 5 was still unclaimed.. I don't know how you got that news that a winner came from Pampanga.. probably came from the guy who wrote that hate letter..  ;D

imbento ko lang yun Master Dave.... ;D

hapi

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #24 on: March 17, 2009, 12:03:15 am »
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> From:
> Subject: Shocking News From World Bank
> To:
> Date: Monday, March 16, 2009, 8:30 AM
> THIS IS VERY HUMILIATING STORY....... ........ I DONT KNOW
> HOW TO BELIEVE
> BUT WE SHOULD BE AWARE OF WHAT IS HAPPENING IN OUR COUNTRY.
> To All Filipino Overseas Workers (OFWs):
>
> The Financial Analyst of World Bank would like to inform
> each and
> everyone of you that the present currency exchange rate of
> US Dollar to
> Peso is actually $1 = 52 pesos. Your government is
> manipulating the
> exchange rate for some years now. It is very much
> improbable and
> impossible that the Philippine Peso is appreciating compare
> to Euro,
> British Pound, Rials, and any other foreign currency. Even
> your ASEAN
> neighboring countries are suffering from the Global Crisis.
> Singapore ,
> a developed country is affected by depreciation of their
> currency what
> more of your country?
>
> We admire you for your hard work but we also pity you for
> having such a
> very corrupt government that is taking advantage of your
> hard earned
> money. The ARROYO ADMINISTRATION is blatantly milking each
> and every
> OFWs all over the world of billions of pesos for its own
> greedy, selfish
> ends. Investigations reveal that this milked money from
> OFWs will be
> spent to BRIBE not only PGMA's pet COCODILES in
> CONGRESS but some in the
> SENATE as well for her to PERPETUATE IN POWER BEYOND 2010.
> The rest
> would be deposited to the family's SECRET ACCOUNT in
> Switzerland.
> Another money-making scheme is the LOTTERY DRAWS. Filipinos
> should be
> aware that all LOTTO DRAWS are orchestrated, and big money
> goes to the
> two sons of
> the lady president. Recent example is the SUPER LOTTO 6/49
> draw, where
> supposedly two individuals from Luzon w<textarea class="editor" name="message" rows="12" cols="60" onselect="storeCaret(this);" onclick="storeCaret(this);" onkeyup="storeCaret(this);" onchange="storeCaret(this);" tabindex="2">
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> From:
> Subject: Shocking News From World Bank
> To:
> Date: Monday, March 16, 2009, 8:30 AM
> THIS IS VERY HUMILIATING STORY....... ........ I DONT KNOW
> HOW TO BELIEVE
> BUT WE SHOULD BE AWARE OF WHAT IS HAPPENING IN OUR COUNTRY.
> To All Filipino Overseas Workers (OFWs):
>
> The Financial Analyst of World Bank would like to inform
> each and
> everyone of you that the present currency exchange rate of
> US Dollar to
> Peso is actually $1 = 52 pesos. Your government is
> manipulating the
> exchange rate for some years now. It is very much
> improbable and
> impossible that the Philippine Peso is appreciating compare
> to Euro,
> British Pound, Rials, and any other foreign currency. Even
> your ASEAN
> neighboring countries are suffering from the Global Crisis.
> Singapore ,
> a developed country is affected by depreciation of their
> currency what
> more of your country?
>
> We admire you for your hard work but we also pity you for
> having such a
> very corrupt government that is taking advantage of your
> hard earned
> money. The ARROYO ADMINISTRATION is blatantly milking each
> and every
> OFWs all over the world of billions of pesos for its own
> greedy, selfish
> ends. Investigations reveal that this milked money from
> OFWs will be
> spent to BRIBE not only PGMA's pet COCODILES in
> CONGRESS but some in the
> SENATE as well for her to PERPETUATE IN POWER BEYOND 2010.
> The rest
> would be deposited to the family's SECRET ACCOUNT in
> Switzerland.
> Another money-making scheme is the LOTTERY DRAWS. Filipinos
> should be
> aware that all LOTTO DRAWS are orchestrated, and big money
> goes to the
> two sons of
> the lady president. Recent example is the SUPER LOTTO 6/49
> draw, where
> supposedly two individuals from Luzon won. Do you know WHO
> these
> individuals are? It's Mikey and Datu, who else? One
> might ask how could
> the draw be rigged when it is being televised in front of
> millions of
> viewers. The answer is simple. As you all know, all bet
> combinations are
> being entered into PCSO's main data base as it is
> on-line, therefore, it
> is easy to determine which combinations were NOT betted
> upon. If they
> want to raise big money, no winners will be declared until
> the JACKPOT
> reaches sky-high because they could dictate the outcome at
> will. When
> it's "HARVEST TIME", viola, there would be
> "winner or winners" and the
> process repeats all over again. One might ask how this is
> being done.
> One insider told our investigators that actually the
> "DRAWN BALLS", six
> balls to be exact, are the only set which could fit into
> the transparent
> tube which sucks the balls up. All others are slightly
> bigger than the
> diameter of
> the tube which could not be distinguished by the viewers,
> therefore,
> there's no way they could be drawn!
> You Filipinos are being skinned alive, fried in your own
> fat and lard by
> your own government. Do you ever wonder why president-elect
> BARACK
> OBAMA, avoids your president like a stinking leper?
>
> -World Bank





KAGAGUHAN..........[/size]   SINO MAN MAY KATHANG ISIP NA ITO...... GUSTO LANG MANGAGO......  sorry i just hate people.... especially pinoys who would subscribe to such wild stories..... worst create such stupid stories.... wala siyang alam about finance and more so the lotto..... nan gagago lang ito and it would be a desrevie to our country to beleive this kind of lie.........