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  1. #1

    Post 2012 "The End of the World?

    Ngayong 2011 ang daming nangyari sa mundo...bakit kaya ganito tayo ngayon?May kasabihan na matapos na daw ang mundo ngayong 2012..
    Naniwala ba kayo na matapos ang mundo ngayong 2012?


    In light of the perceived resurgence of heinous crimes in the Philippines, Vice President Jejomar Binay called for the re-imposition of death penalty to give Filipinos a "discipline". The capital punishment in the country was abolished on June 24, 2006 by former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo

    * January 2 – Seven people are killed in a bus-jeepney collision in Ibaan, Batangas.[1]
    * January 5 – Heavy rains spawn flash floods and landslides that leave at least 10 people dead in several regions in Mindanao.[2][3]
    * January 8 – Five people are killed in a gunfight between government troops and suspected rebels in Compostela Valley.[4]
    * January 9 – Over a million devotees join the feast and grand procession of the Black Nazarene.[5] The event leaves hundreds of people injured.[6]
    * January 16 – President Benigno Aquino III appoints Sixto Brillantes as the new chairman of the Philippine Commission on Elections (Comelec), replacing Jose Melo.[7]
    * January 18 – The Supreme Court (SC) denies Lauro Vizconde's appeal for reconsideration of its decision acquitting Hubert Webb and six other co-accused in the Vizconde massacre case.[8]
    * January 19 – Vice President Jejomar Binay joins calls for the re-imposition of death penalty in the country, in light of the perceived resurgence of heinous crimes.[9]
    * January 21 – Three people are killed and fifteen others are critically injured in a truck-jeepney collision in Tablon, Cagayan de Oro.[10]
    * January 22 – Raymond Dominguez, suspected leader of a notorious carnapping syndicate, surrenders to police in Malolos City, Bulacan, after being tagged as the mastermind in three gruesome murders. The Dominguez brothers, Raymond and Roger, are allegedly involved in the killings of car dealers Venson Evangelista, Emerson Lozano, and the latter’s driver, Ernani Sencil.[11][12]
    * January 23 – A Mw 5.1 earthquake hits some parts of Central Luzon.[13]
    * January 24 –
    o The country’s first successful liver transplant is performed on a child, three-year-old Catherine Erica Buenaventura.[14]
    o A 17-year-old student of the University of the Philippines, Danica Flores Magpantay, is named the 2011 Ford Models Supermodel of the World.[15]
    * January 25 – A bus explosion in Makati City kills at least four people and wounds at least 18 others.[16]
    * January 27 –
    o A site accident kills at least 10 construction workers in Makati City. The workers were killed when an electric gondola they were using while constructing the 39-story Eton Greenbelt Residences along Gallardo Street collapsed.[17][18]
    o During a hearing at the Senate, former military budget officer Lt. Col George Rabusa bares a "pabaon" (send-off) system in the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and reveals how AFP chiefs allegedly raked in millions in illegal wealth. According to Rabusa, then outgoing AFP Chief of Staff Angelo Reyes allegedly received not less than P50 million as “pabaon” when he retired in 2001.[19][20]
    o At least six people are killed in a delivery van-jeepney collision in Davao City.[21][22]
    * January 28 – President Benigno Aquino III puts up a P1-million reward for information leading to the arrest of the people behind the January 25 bombing of a passenger bus.[23]
    * January 29 – A fire in Navotas City kills twelve people. About 100 houses were burned while 130 families were left homeless.[24]

    On February 8, 2011, a week after being accused of corruption while being AFP Chief of Staff, Angelo Reyes died due to a gunshot wound in an apparent suicide

    * February 1 – Heidi Mendoza, a former auditor at the Commission on Audit (COA), reveals alleged irregularities and cover-ups in financial transactions involving the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).[25]
    * February 3 – The Court of Appeals clears Senator Panfilo Lacson for the alleged murders of publicist Bubby Dacer and his driver Emmanuel Corbito.[26][27]
    * February 4 – The Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters win the 2010–11 PBA Philippine Cup, its third PBA championship.[28]
    * February 8 – Former Armed Forces of the Philippines chief of staff Angelo Reyes commits suicide amidst graft charges.[29][30]
    * February 10 – Roger Dominguez, suspected carjack ring leader and brother of Raymond Dominguez, is arrested after being flagged down for violating traffic rules in Timog Avenue, Quezon City. Like his brother, the older Dominguez is linked to the killings of Venzon Evangelista and Ernane Sencil in January.[31][32]
    * February 11 – Seventeen Filipino seamen are kidnapped by Somali pirates off the coast of Oman.[33]
    * February 12 – Seven people are killed in a gunfight between government troops and suspected Abu Sayyaf bandits in the hinterlands of Basilan province.[34]
    * February 13 – Four people are killed in a family massacre in Cainta, Rizal.[35]
    * February 16 – Three Filipinos (Ramon Credo, Sally Villanueva and Elizabeth Batain) are sentenced to death in China for drug trafficking. The three were imprisoned separately in 2008 and they were convicted and sentenced in 2009. They would be the first Filipinos to be executed in China.[36]
    * February 18 – Following a visit by Vice President Jejomar Binay, the People's Republic of China agrees to postpone the executions of three Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking.[37]
    * February 20 – After months of little activity, the Bulusan volcano suddenly erupts and sends a plume of ash 2 kilometers high.[38]
    * February 24 – Ilocos Sur Representative Ronald Singson, son of former Governor Chavit Singson, is sentenced to 1 year and 6 months of imprisonment in Hong Kong for possession of illegal drugs. Singson was caught by local authorities in July 2010 with 6.67 grams of pure cocaine and two tablets of the narcotic Nitrazepam at Hong Kong's international airport.[39][40]


    * March 1 – After being sentenced to over a year of imprisonment in Hong Kong, Ronald Singson resigns as the representative of the first district of Ilocos Sur.[41]
    * March 6 – President Benigno Aquino III appoints Lieutenant General Eduardo Oban as the new chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.[42]
    * March 8 – Four people are killed and eighteen others are wounded after a passenger bus plunged into a creek in Barangay Pook, Talisayan, Misamis Oriental.[43]
    * March 9 –
    o A three-bus collision in Sorsogon kills at least four people and injures 32 others.[44]
    o President Benigno Aquino III appoints retired AFP chief Ricardo David as the new immigration commissioner.[45]
    * March 10 – A Mw 5.2 earthquake hits Ilocos Norte.[46]
    * March 11 – Following the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) issues a tsunami warning to parts of the Philippines along coastal areas and then raises alert to level 2, forcing evacuation.[47][48]
    * March 14 - The National Academy of Science and Technology Philippines, the highest governing body on issues and policies relating to science and technology, spearheaded a roundtable discussion on "How Sustainable Is Organic Agriculture?"
    * March 19 - Five people are killed in a truck-van collision in General Santos City.[49]
    * March 21 –
    o A Mw 5.8 earthquake hits Metro Manila.[50]
    o The House of Representatives votes (212-46) to impeach Ombudsman Merceditas Gutierrez.[51]
    * March 24 – For failing to attend the inquiry into military corruption without a justifiable reason, former AFP comptroller Jacinto Ligot and his wife Erlinda are cited in contempt by the Senate and hold in Senate custody.[52][53]
    * March 26 – Senator Panfilo Lacson returns to the Philippines after more than a year away from the country.[54]
    * March 30- OFW's Sally Ordinario Villanueva, Ramon Credo and Elizabeth Batain sentenced to Lethal Injection in China for being drug mules. A certain Tita Cacayan was said to be the recruiter of Ordinario


    * April 2–6 - Agusan del Sur hostage crisis
    o April 2–15 people consisting students, teachers, and 2 drivers were held hostage in Brgy.La Purrisima, Agusan del Sur.
    o April 3 - 1 hostage freed.
    o April 5 - 2 hostages were set free by hostages to get medicine but the Crisis Management committee convinced them to not go back.
    o April 6–13 remaining hostages were abandoned in the hostage site. A press conference was held in the house of the mayor."Ondo Perez Group" is the said verdicts.
    * April 7 - A press conferenece in DOJ was held. BIR Kim Jacinto-Henares filed a case against Rep.Mikey Arroyo, his wife Angela and Brazilian model-actress Dianna Menezes.
    * April 17 - Child actor AJ Perez, died at age of 18 due to vehicular accident.
    * April 22 - An unexpected landslide happened on Compostella Valley, where 13 miners are killed.


    * May 2 - Omb. Merceditas Guitterez announced her retirement as an ombudsman in The Office of the Ombudsman.
    * May 4 - Omb. Merceditas Guitterez officially leave the Office of the Ombudsman by having a send-off party.
    * May 8 - Manny Pacquiao defends his WBO Welterweight belt vs. Shane Mosley in MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
    * May 8–9 - Typhoon *"Bebeng" entered the Philippine area of Responsibility, and hits Bicol region where 20 people reported dead while 2 still missing.
    * May 10 -
    o The government of Camarines Sur, declared the said province under a state of calamity due to Typhoon Bebeng.
    o Typhoon Bebeng leaves the country, along with about billions of dollars in property damaged.
    * May 13 - Veteran journalist and University of the Philippines professor of Mass Communication department Lourdes Simbulan (also known as Chit Estella) was reportedly killed in an accident of a bus (Universal Guiding Star Bus plated UVC-343) and a taxi that she was riding on (Abu Addey taxi plated TXH-532).[55]


    * June 16 - The Central total lunar eclipse of June 16 becomes one of the longest lunar eclipses of the century; it was witnessed by many amateur astronomers and eclipse watchers throughout the country since the ones that had happened between 1953 and 2000.
    * June 20–27 - Tropical storm Falcon dumps heavy rain in Luzon led to a series of floods leaving 2 people dead and 5 missing.
    * June 29 - Philippine National Railways inaugurates Bicol Express rail service from Tutuban to Naga City.
    * June 30 - President Benigno Aquino III enters first year of Presidency since 2010.


    * July 4 - Philippine Azkals wins over Sri Lanka in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers' match.
    * July 23 & 24 - On this days Smart Ultimate All Star launched the very rare moment of the history of basketball. Here the PBA All-Star Team and Smart Gilas faced the Smart All-Star (the team of NBA).
    * July 25 - President Benigno Aquino III held its State of the Nation Address where he will tell his accomplishments to the public in his 1-year term.
    * July 26 & 27 - Tropical Storm Juaning hits the Philippines where 31 died while 27 still missing.
    * July 29 - Tropical Storm Kabayan came into the East Philippine Sea. But luckily, it didn't entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility.
    * July 31 - Tropical depression Lando sighted in the West Philippine Sea, and it joined with Kabayan, which they are the cause of rain in some parts of Metro Manila.


    * August 1 - The second year death anniversary of former president Corazon Cojuangco-Aquino was privately observed by her family.
    * August 1 - Muslims celebrated the opening of Ramadan.
    * August 2 - A gymnasium in Camp Crame rages on fire.
    * August 3 - After 13 years of serving the country as a 12th Senator of the 14th Congress, Juan Miguel Zubiri announced his resignation as the senator of the Philippine Republic, and planned to replace the real 12th senator of the 14th-new Congress Atty. Koko Pimentel.
    * August 11 - After 4 years of waiting Atty. Koko Pimentel proclaimed as a new Senator of the Republic of the Philippines, replacing the resigned Juan Miguel Zubiri.

    * August 18 -10 die, many hurt in Barili
    By Ria Mae Y. Booc (The Freeman)
    CEBU, Philippines - Ten people died and about 50 more were injured when an overloaded dump truck owned by the Municipality of Barili lost its brakes and fell on its side yesterday afternoon.

    They were on their way to bury the remains of Tranquilina Imit, 80, but there would be many more funerals instead.

    The incident happened in Barangay Balao, Barili. The town is located 61 kilometers south of Cebu City.

    Eight were declared dead by the Barili District Hospital while two were declared dead on arrival at the Don Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center in Cebu City.

    Those injured are confined in the different district hospitals in the south and DVSMMC. As of 7:45 p.m., a total of 42 were reported to have been confined at DVSMMC.

    Among the fatalities were Epifanio Angana, 60; Cirio Escarpi, 40; Jerry Grepo; Bonifacio Repunte; Rosendo Ricaplaza; Herbacia Paragosa; Agido Napoleon; and Ariel Yek, 17.

    Only a few of the injured were named. Among those identified were Jerimar Rebuyas, 12; Leonida Capasilan, 28; Rene Alicaya, 22; Romulo Manacio; Marino Angana, 46; Rafael Manacio, 52; Samuel Roque, 39; Miguel Cabillo, 60; Sacarias Yek, 24; Dominggo Manacio, 33; Aquilles Yek, 25; Roberto Yek, 31; Myrna Bequilla, 32; Gregoria Lacostales, 57; Juana Lacostales, 47; Feliciano Bequilla, 53; and Leon Manacia.

    All the victims are from Barangay Kangdampas.

    Kangdampas barangay captain Leonardo Iñigo Sr. said that about 60 to 70 persons were onboard the dump truck bearing plate numbers SHW-781 driven by Alwin Bayno, 37, of Barangay Lupo.

    They were on the way to the cemetery in Barangay Poblacion when the incident happened.

    Iñigo was tailing the truck in his own vehicle and witnessed the mishap.

    He narrated that before they reached a sloping road at the boundary of Barangays Budbod and Balao, the driver stopped the truck and poured brake fluid before he proceeded.

    While the truck was traveling, Iñigo noticed that somebody onboard jumped off the road and later the truck swerved left and fell on the ground throwing some of the passengers.

    Bayno claimed he noticed that the vehicle already had a brake problem, but he thought he could handle it by adding fluid.

    He said that he lost control of the vehicle after the rubber cap exploded. He said that he tried to avoid the houses along the road.

    “Wa ko nisuway og bangga kay daghang balay unya daghang maamong, disgrasya lang gyud to,” Bayno said.

    Bayno also denied the claims of others that he was under the influence of liquor while driving the vehicle.

    He was driving the truck for two years now and it was the first time he met an accident.

    The driver is now detained at the Barili police stockade.


    After the victims were rescued, those who were not hurt continued with the original plan to bury the body of Imit.

    Her casket also fell off the truck during the accident.

    Iñigo told The FREEMAN that he requested for another vehicle from the municipality to bring the remains of Imit to the cemetery.

    The first vehicle that was sent had electrical problems prompting them to request for another vehicle.

    Only three of Imit’s grandchildren brought her to her final resting place.

    Iñigo said that the old woman asked before she died that the casket be carried from her home to her grave.

  2. #2

    Default Re: 2012 "The End of the World?

    hindi ako naniniwala dyan TS,walang sinuman ang makakapagsabi nyan,tsaka matagal nang isyu yan kahit noon pa,tao lang naman ang gumugunaw sa mundo yan ang sigurado..ang pag gunaw ng mundo kasabay ng pagtigil ng tibok ng puso ng bawat tao...
    Last edited by jroblasrl; 19th Aug 2011 at 14:55.

  3. #3

    Default Re: 2012 "The End of the World?

    First off, its matatapos not matapos.
    Also, its not kasabihan, kasabihan is sayings, like Daig ng maagap ang late, Kapag may sinuksuk, may suksukan. Aanhin pa ang kabayo, kung walang plantsa. etc
    Now if tagalog aint your thing, ignore my comments otherwise, you should be ashamed.

    Also please provide your source.
    And finally, if you list what happened last 1986, matter of fact, pick any year and youd likely think the end is coming

    Thanks you come again

  4. #4

    Default Re: 2012 "The End of the World?

    diba noong year 2000 naging issue din ito, na katapusan na daw ng mundo sa pagdating ng year 2000. pero 2011 na wala parin.

  5. #5

    Default Re: 2012 "The End of the World?

    ^sir mighty, mainit ka yata?

  6. #6

    Default Re: 2012 "The End of the World?

    ^ uy di naman, mathed. Sabi ko nga kung di sya talaga nagtatagalog eh ok lang yun BUT kung tagalog sya tapos ganyan sya magsulat, he should be ashamed. Remember ang hindi magmahal sa sariling wika...

    Sorry TS OT.

  7. #7

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    well,, i do believe something unknown but predictable will happen to earth this 2012... particularly by the last quarter..
    to those who dont believe,,, search the net for the following topic,,
    2012 NASA solar flare,,
    2012 NASA sun magnetism
    2012 NASA gravitational storm...
    and you may be amazed with it,,,,
    you decide whether its based on facts or opinion,,,
    and lastly,,, all of us know that sun is also a star,,,, dont we? and we also know that a star dies because of aging,,, right? and even before the star dies,, it tries o first reach its hottest temperature before cooling down,, and later on dies,,,,,
    scientist predicts that the sun is on the verge of its middle age,,, kaya meron tayong global warming.... since 2000 pa,,,,

  8. #8

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    may point ka zan...:
    magkano ba kilo ng isda ngayon?

  9. #9

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    but im not saying 2012 is the end.... for me,, it will just be the start of the end...
    some says,,,a storm will hit the earth,, that will cause a worldwide black out,,,,
    gasoline stations wont be able to pump gas,,,, vehicles will be useless..
    gps system will malfunction,,,, phones ,,,wont do any good,,,,,, and money wont be hat important ... kasi wala ka naman mabibili,,,,
    wala lang,, nabasa ko lang sa net...
    2012-2014 major black out....

  10. #10

    Default Re: 2012 "The End of the World?

    you should at least provide the same event lists that happen from year 2000 to 2011, kasi yung pinakita mo lang eh yung list ng 2011 and then jump into conclusion na maaring magunaw na agad ang mundo.?

    ikumpara mo muna yung mga nangyari from at-least 10 years ago up today kung mag stand out yung 2011.

    at kahit pa mas marami ang krimen at pangyayari ngayong taon hindi pa rin basehan yun para magunaw ang mundo.

    few billion years from now, yan ang prediction ng science na sasabog ang sun or probably will reach its end point, at point dyan magsisimulang masira ang earth at mga planetang nakapalibot dito, at hindi yan prediction na gawa gawa lang ng isp o base sa mga karahasang nangyayari sa mundo kung hindi base sa pagaaral at obserbasyon.

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