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November 09, 2008

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palma tayona

The ties that bound the US and the Philippines together for the whole of the 20th century...are going to seem increasingly irrelevant as our new century grows into adolescence.

I agree with this statement. Methinks, we'd better start thinking more inwardly within our own region here in s.e. asia instead of always hop-skipping to everything that is U. S. of A. The only bind we have there are the Fil-Ams who've rooted themselves in N. America, but then again, these fil-ams' only concern with being filipino is getting to watch wowowee and wax sentimental for the islands.

cedricdunstable

apropos of nothing, i'm liking 'Rockwellatdusk'
ciao

Tony

Yes, because the world world knows that HM, King Anthony Santiago Martin shouldered bail out in the US and China under that Falcon 18 Account which is now already been moved in Bank of America where in our updated report, China got US$ 1.9 Trillion from Falcon 18 Account to be intended for Humanitarian Development Projects for the People's Republic of China and ASBLP Group of Companies and Bank of ASBLP. (Information feed to us by US Federal Reserve Board and US Treasury).

Major Tom

very good piece about anticipated change in US foreign policy towards Asia. I wonder if Pakistan and North Korea remains hotspots. I also wonder if they would continue to keep US troops here in our midst.

Merry Xmas to you and advance Happy New Year.

George

China got US$ 1.9 Trillion from Falcon 18 Account to be intended for Humanitarian Development Projects for the People's Republic of China and ASBLP Group of Companies and Bank of ASBLP. http://www.fullmediafire.com

Generic Levitra Online

Filipino Americans are immigrants to the United States from one of the 7,107 islands and islets that form the archipelago of the Philippines, and their U.S.-born descendants. In the United States, Filipinos are categorized as Asian Americans.

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