Author Topic: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)  (Read 9061 times)

:: PaInE ::

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #25 on: March 17, 2009, 12:55:38 am »
okay lang bro kung gusto mong ipalabas yung mga hinanakit mo sa letter ....
pero sana ayus ayusin natin yung pagpost sa comment mo...
ang gulo talaga ng post mo ....

"The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion." ~Thomas Paine

neckromancer

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #26 on: March 17, 2009, 01:47:40 am »
@123kid123: Gusto sana kitang bigyan ng goldfinger.

@spies: Galing mag-analyze ng pekeng email ang spies! Of course may sariling mode of communication ang WB, at kahit matagal nang pangit ang reputation nila sa Third World countries (lalo na sa mga may utang dito), hindi nila kailangang lagdaan ng "-World Bank" ang "anonymous" forwarded emails na kumakalat gaya nito.

abusado2

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #27 on: March 17, 2009, 04:10:22 am »
HOAX email... Yang ang nakakasira sa economy... exchange rates cannot be manipulated, and about dun sa dalawang nanalo sa lotto recently I doubt na sina mikey yun... Kilala ko personal yung isang nanalo dun...
Dont blame me I didnt vote for him...

HeLL_Vhoy

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #28 on: March 17, 2009, 06:35:31 am »
We all know that everybody in every government corruption really takes place parang di na maalis yan pero ang pinagtataka ko lang sa world bank if ever na totoo to bakit parang mas concern ata siya sa mga lotto draw? and if ever na totoo ang lahat ng sinabi ng WB show the evidences im not a pro or against the government im just for the truth.
Born to fight, Trained to kill, Ready to die, But never will I

d_sinner78

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #29 on: March 17, 2009, 08:20:37 am »
We don't have enough dollar reserves to manipulate the currency.  Our currency is more stable than first world countries now, because when the big MNC's cut costs, they often resort to retrenchment.  But retrenching does not mean they stop operations.  A lot of the processes that can be outsourced are outsourced to 3rd world countries (like us).  A lot of times, they also retrench regular staff and hire skilled workers from 3rd world countries who agree to do the same work at a cheaper rate.  These offset the loses of the big companies in the Philippines.

Paprika

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #30 on: March 17, 2009, 08:25:37 am »
Bank versus a country? Who dares wins?
I know a word that starts with F and ends in UCK. Firetruck.


Gat J.P. Rizal

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #31 on: March 17, 2009, 09:19:56 am »
 :o :o :o FAKE  :o :o :o

nabasa ko to sa Liwayway!

neckromancer

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #32 on: March 17, 2009, 09:42:24 am »
@Gat J. P.: Naglalabas na ng ganyan ang Liwayway??? :)

PMCPajadan

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #33 on: March 17, 2009, 09:52:19 am »
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?


I dont think this is a legit letter coming from world bank, first no name, who in world bank sent it, if this is true that this is from world bank, WHAT THE HELL DO THEY CARE about our lotto and corrupt administration? globally we are having a crisis, and why would you think they will look at the philippine administration and spend some time to send this to numerous person... flattering mas importante pa pala pilipinas kesa sa crisi na dinadanas ng buond mundo para magsulat ang world bank.

2nd World bank is a very professional institution, they will not make a scam or deal with this kind of situation in this manner. knowing that they are putting a possible WRONG accusation sa gov.

3rd although we know that world bank can get further info that we could imagine, i dont think theyll be spendin some MONEY just to check the philippine goverment, and check the PCSO as well?

mukhang gawa na naman ito ng ISANG masugid na opposition ng administration na wala ng ginawa kungdi mangulo, sorry pero your not helping, your just making it more difficult not to the goverment but to the people...

last... exchange rate are based on the world market... WORLD dealing with WORLD... obvious naman kung iibahin ng pilipinas ang exchange rate. pwede ba yun?  ano for example OFW ako nag send ako ng 3K... so mas malaki ang peran makukuha ko dapat kaso kinukurakot ng gov? e sa ibang bansa posted kung magkano ang exchange rate... ano controlado din nila? labo naman nun chong pare dude...


NO OFFENSE MEANT sa lahat ng ka espiya,pero tanong ko lang sa gumawa nyan kung nababasa nya ito, alam ko kurakot ang GOV natin... lahat naman ng GOV. sa buong mundo may kurakot e, bakit yan bang pagpapatalsik mo sa taong nakaupo at pagbibigay daan sa gusto mong umupo ay masisigurado ka bang di mangungurakot?

NOTE: all caps are just for emphasizing but not shouting =)

neckromancer

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #34 on: March 17, 2009, 10:05:36 am »
@to all posters: Palagay ko yung taong unang nagpost hindi siya ang gumawa nito. Ipinasa lang sa email niya. And he found it interesting to share with us.

:: PaInE ::

Re: Shocking News from World Bank (totoo kaya?)
« Reply #35 on: March 17, 2009, 04:53:42 pm »
ginawa na naman to ng mga tarantadong komunista para malinlang ang mga tao ...
dapat talagang tawagin silang terrorista ....

"The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion." ~Thomas Paine