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Politicians & Their Political Parties And The Philippine Elections 2016

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Attention: Philippine Incumbent President/Vice-President & Presidential & Vice-Presidential Candidates and other party candidates, & Their Political Parties -- Local & National Philippine Elections 2016:

1. Benigno Aquino III -- Incumbent President of the Republic of the Philippines

2. Jejomar Binay -- Incumbent Vice-President & Presidential Candidate

3. Mar Roxas -- Presidential Candidate

4. Grace Poe -- Presidential Candidate

5. Miriam Defensor Santiago -- Presidential Candidate

6. Rodrigo Duterte -- Presidential Candidate

1. Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos, Jr. - Vice - Presidential Candidate

2. Leni Robredo -- Vice-Presidential Candidate

3. Francis Joseph Guevara Escudero -- Vice-Presidential Candidate

4. Gregorio Ballesteros Honasan II -- Vice-Presidential Candidate

5. Allan Peter "Companyero" Schramm Cayetano - Vice-Presidential Candidate

6. Antonio "Sonny" Fuentes Trillanes -- Vice-Presidential Candidate

There's seemed to be a savage insanity and malaise at the heart of Filipino society, and government officials, politicians, and of the majority of political candidates, of furiously dividing political parties in both personal and purely political friction and in great chasm who are funded by the financiers, tycoon friends, rich sponsors, are, alas, being taken over by the same monetary system that divides, and as such of the culture of injustice, greed and avarice towards one direction of totally controlling the money, its supply and circulation and the population to the core and through all forms of increasing taxation of highway robbery even at the start of the New Administration to fulfill the demands of the interest payments to domestic and foreign debts to domestic and foreign bankers.

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