VP Jejomar "Jojo" Binay and Iglesia Ni Cristo

I voted for Jojo Binay as Vice President of the Philippines in the 2010 election. I did not believed the black propaganda against my Vice President during the campaign period. The extramarital affair of Binay was obviously used by his rivals to affect the election result. I do not know from which camp this black propaganda came from, but certainly, Filipinos did not bought it because my man; the man from Makati won. I always admire Binay have made in the Makati City. I also admired how Binay stood against the wicked regime of Gloria Arroyo, a close political ally of Iglesia Ni Cristo cult.

In the Philippine 2010 general election, Eduardo Manalo of the Manalo family decided to support the 'political butterfly' Mar Roxas. Roxas is a 'trapo' (traditional politician) who turn his back to his superiors in the crucial time. Mar Roxas was the Secretary of Trade under former president Estrada but called Estrada's resignation when the impeachment against Estrada came. Mar Roxas also served as Trade Secretary under Arroyo but for the second time around, Roxas turned his back from his superior when the election fraud accusation came against Arroyo. Now, Mar Roxas is expected to receive another government position under Noynoy Aquino's administration after the one-year ban for election losers on having government appointment ended.

Samar and Balay group

There are some rumor Balay (Roxas) and Samar (Binay) group rivalry exists inside the Malacanang palace. Iglesia Ni Cristo previously endorsed Mar Roxas and as history showed, Iglesia Ni Cristo do not like losers. Will INC turn their back to Roxas and now finally embrace VP Jojo Binay? Will Iglesia Ni Cristo rally behind the Balay group or the Samar group? Or is Iglesia Ni Cristo will be playing the role of a good friend to both Mar Roxas and VP Jojo Binay to gain more power and influence?

There may be an upcoming power struggle between Roxas and VP Binay behind the back of President Noynoy Aquino but if Iglesia Ni Cristo is really that smart, they will play nice to both Roxas and Binay. Remember, year 2016 is getting nearer and both Roxas and Binay are potential presidentiables. INC have previously turned their back to former President Joseph Estrada and time will only tell when the Iglesia Ni Cristo will turn their back to Gloria Arroyo.

Iglesia Ni Cristo is starting to taste their bitter lesson of keeping up with Gloria Arroyo. Recently, President Noynoy Aquino has set aside the appointment of the INC member former Justice Secretary Artemio Tuquero to the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC). Some says it is because of the INC's support for former Ombudsman Merceditas Gutierrez' impeachment case. With this turn of event, Iglesia Ni Cristo will eventually learn and realize that the regime, power and political influence of Gloria Arroyo is now already over.

To my Vice President Jejomar Binay, the man from Makati, please watch your back and keep your eyes open on the schemes of Iglesia Ni Cristo. There may be smiling at you today, and may use you and your office for some reasons, but Please do not forget that Iglesia Ni Cristo have previously endorsed Mar Roxas and the INC leadership, the Manalo family have NEVER grew fondly supportive on the Aquino family, specially to Corazon Aquino.

Iglesia Ni Cristo is a strong ally of Gloria Arroyo, a fact that former president Cory Aquino was not happy with. Iglesia Ni Cristo also bastardized the peaceful spirit of People Power EDSA 1, INC members joined the violent and bloody EDSA 3. Iglesia Ni Cristo attacks and maligns the Roman Catholic Church, another fact that the former president Cory Aquino was not happy with again. INC only thinks of themselves. I will not be surprised if Iglesia Ni Cristo will now play a good friend to both Mar Roxas and Jojo Binay to enjoy the power and influence from both camps.

Gamitan lang yan eh.

Scratch my back and I will scratch yours.

Ingat po kayo sa Iglesia Ni Cristo, my Vice President Jejomar Binay.

Iglesia Ni Cristo, Manalo family, politics, corruption, government, Jojo Binay, Jejomar Binay, Philipppines, Vice President

1 comment:

  1. Im sorry to say this but im not convinced that Jejomar Binay is a great leader that is right for a national position and Makati is not a prof that he is one. Makati is the most advanced city in the country because it is the business capital of the Philippines not because he is the Mayor.
    I also have to disagree that Mar Roxas's decisions to turn away from its corrupt superiors is a negative move. I find it a bold, brave and the right thing to do..