Hate Letter Against Filipinos

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  • #150248


    avejr
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    Hoax man lang ini mga manoy manay. See this wikipedia article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Bell

  • #67990


    katia
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    Hi guys..I’m looking for my dad.His name is Oscar Flores and the only thing I know about him is that he’s from Bicol.Im 23 yrs old.Hit me back if anyone of u heard of him..thanks!

  • #58307


    miembro privado
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    tumpak ka dyan Noy Duane.
    And we must tell Clare Danes: Hotel Waldorf Astoria rooms in New York are filled with rats.
    I could vouch for this, ta si bossing hali pa lang duman and inapodan ako ngata ta duman daw siya pig book, ta darakulaon daa su kino duman sa kuartong assigned sa iya.
    sabi ko man, Sir, maski gayud duman sa mga hotel harani sa Central Park, mas lalong dakul su kino.

  • #58298


    Duane
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    Whether the article is real or not, it does not matter. As long as we have Filipinos who wish to be ofany nationality other than Filipino,thatarticlewill be true. If we remain Filipinos, deep in our hearts, whether we live in the Philippines or in any part of the world,the article is a piece of toilet paper.
    I feel sorry for the Filipinos in the US as they are the ones alluded to. However, it is high time to acknowledge that the American super-heroes, or the Western hero-typing in general, exist only in the movies.
    Besides, the Filipinos are not alone. The Americans are hated in the Middle East. We’re in the same league!

  • #58219


    SUSAN
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    SA HILING KUMAN KAINING OPEN LETTER NA INE SA MGA FILIPINO KAN INING AMERICANO INE,SIGURO HES TRYING TO OPEN OUR MINE SA MGA BAGAY NA DAPAT PAG ISIPAN.PANO BAGA SABE NYA SA SURAT NYA MAHIHILIG ANG MGA YOUNG FILIPINO SA CAR RAISING TOTOO NAMAN SIGURO ANG OBSEBASYON NYA GUSTO NYANG MAG KAIGWA MAN KITANG ORIGINAL NA KULTURA O KAYA KONTRBUSYON SA MUNDO.AROG BAGA KAN JAPAN {SASAKYAN}SA TSINA {ARTS}PERO SIGURO KITANG MGA FILIPINO MAYO PA SYANG NAHIHILING NA KUNTRBUSYAN TA SA TEKNOLUHIYA.KAYA SIGURO GUSTO NYANG IPAHILING SA MUNDO NA IGWA MAN KITANG TALE’.BAKO MAN SIGURO SYA AGAINST SATUYA.CHALLENGING LANG ANG APPROACH NYA.SALAMAT PO.BESIDES PINAY DEN PO PALA ANG WIFE NYA SO MAYBE HES TRYING TO IMPLY SOMETHING SATUYA.

  • #58218


    SUSAN
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    HI MAN SA GABOS BAGO MAN LANG PO AKO IGDE PERO GUSTO KUMAN BUMALE SA THREAD NINDO.

  • #58195


    Josee
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    Perme kitang Piz Manoy LP…hahahahahaha…..Huna ko pan-o nakaturog na ang nagbabasa….hahahahha

  • #58191


    LP
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    @Mang Josee….naka 109 ka na naman….hahaha….try to visit “KLOWNZ” at madadangog mo tabi an simbagkan 109 mo….peace kita ha….
    but i like the most su pinakaurhi mong..”Oi, gising na”…ano tabi an “Pin-Oi, gising na”?….peace uli kita ha….

  • #58187


    ynette
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    @ Private Spy,
    iyo until now igwa pa man giraray na ipinapadara sa mga email…pero kung pag huhurop-huropan ta ang nakasaad sa surat na yun parangkapwa ta pinoyman sana an nagpapakaraot, kaya dai ako naniniwala maski pira pang surat ang nariricieve ko sa email pig dedelete ko na sana ini.

  • #58185


    Josee
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    @ MANOY DARY….Thank you for posting….
    We’re a tough, beautiful, ethnically rich breed of people. We areFilipinos.
    Mabuhay Ang Pilipinas!
    1. I’m proud to be Filipino because we always rise to the occasion! Hinding hindi ko pagpapalit ang Pilipinas at yung kultura natin. –
    2. We are a race of champions. 3. I’m proud to be Filipino because no matter how bad things get we always seem to find something positive or something to smile about to keep themselves going.
    4. Filipinos work hard for their families and value education and success in the profession.
    5. Filipinos are peace loving and talented
    7. I’m proud to be Pinoy because of our partiality towards the extreme, odd and awkward. But all beautiful.
    8. Filipinos are willing to go the extra mile, even with hardship, to help someone out
    9. Because only in Manila can I go through 2-3 extreme emotions within a span of a minute. 10. I love being Filipino because of all the unique cultural diversity you can find in our tiny little archipelago. I think all of our rich backgrounds play a big part in making us Filipino.
    11. We are amazingly sympathetic and cariƱoso make such great nurses and caregivers.
    12. We pinoys have very diverse ethnic regional ways.
    13. Whenever we have visitors we go an extra mile to make their stay worth it.
    14. I work hard, I give my best, I give everybody that I deal with a fair chance, I give a chance to all to have the best in life, I am a PINOY in doing all of these, and I am proud when I see my fellow Pinoys do the same.
    15. We have freedom.
    16. We are intelligent and talented people
    17. We are compassionate. 18. How can we not be proud of our pan de sal, kapeng barako, Vigan empanada, and the delicious Visayan and Batangenyo dishes?
    19. Pinoys are Jacks of All Trades.
    20. I’m proud to be Pinoy because we’re a culture of smiles, cornyjokes and fiestas.
    21. We are the happiest people in Asia — even if times are rough –according to a Time magazine poll.
    22. I am proud of our world class service, one that’s evident at ourworld class hotels, like the Manila Peninsula.
    23. I am proud to be Pinoy because it is the land of my birth.Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!
    24. Ibang mag mahal ang Pinoy!
    25. Pinoys can sing!
    26. Matulungin tayo sa pamilya. Pagka meron ang isa, meron anglahat.
    27. We value relationships over material things.
    28. Where else can you find teenagers and young ones hanging-outwith their Lolos and Lolas, not just on weekends but daily?
    29. Our hospitality is second to none!
    30. We are patient and forgiving. Because despite the chaos in thisworld… we still believe in GOD.
    31. Pinoys have the perfect combination of street smarts, intellect,compassion, and adaptability.
    32. I am proud to be Pinoy because…we are fashion victims. We eatwith our hands. Our hearts are genuine. Don’t we stand out?
    33. I am proud of my Maranaw heritage, which contributes greatly tothe rich, ethnic diversity of the Filipino culture.
    34. My strong foundation and appreciation for family (of course thatmeans extended uncles, aunts cousins), is the only thing thatreally makes sense.”
    35. What makes me proud to be a Filipino? That I know how to valuethings that need to be valued… being Pinoy enables me to respectpeople without looking down on their heritage.
    36. A Filipino will instantly have that sense of camaraderie whenthey meet on a sidewalk in a foreign land. The subtle pride andpatriotic attitude of the Filipino is something to look up to.
    37. There is no place like the filipino’s (home) table! Not only thefood, but the entertaining chatter!
    38. Unique ang Pinoy kasi kahit saan mo tayo dalhin, we willthrive.
    39. I’m proud of the food that I myself make for my family, all ofwhich is distinctly Pinoy, like adobo, sinigang, pancit palabok…sure, they can replicate this in the States but saan galing angoriginal? Dito sa Pilipinas.
    40. We have the best landscapes in the world. You can watch the bestsunrise and sunset atop Tarak Ridge in Bataan. There’s the uniqueTaal crater and the most gorgeous islands in my home province,Bicol. All are unmatched.
    41. I’m proud to be Filipino because I know that each and everyPinoy has potential. We are all born smart. We just have to realizeit in our lifetimes.
    42. We are a country that always has something new to offer, a newplace to discover! I myself have yet to go to Palawan or to seeMayon Volcano.
    43. We are a country of drop-dead gorgeous smiles!
    44. I’m proud of the very masipag Batangenyos!
    45. Malapit ang mga Pinoy.46. Our hostility. I mean, the Pinoy hospitality!
    47. We Pinoys have an uncanny ability to adapt. We are resilient.
    48. We Pinoys? We’ll find the most unique way to do anything underthe sun.
    49. Our women! Nothing like our women.
    50. Filipinos are a tough breed. We can go through crises that wouldhave Western societies at a standstill and still meet each other forcoffee the next day.
    51. Filipinos don’t suffer from “tall poppy syndrome” — they areproud to see others of their own kind succeed.
    52. We take care of our own, we don’t leave them in homes for theaged.
    53. The strength of our sense of community (kilala natin mganeighbors natin).
    54. Because of our beautiful barong tagalog and saya.
    55. Our positive traits as Pinoys (resilient, optimistic,resourceful) outweigh the stereotypes typifying other countries suchas the way the French kiss, dry-humored Brits, sloppy Americans,etc.
    56. Because I love passionately, and I think that comes from beingFilipino.
    57. Sa atin lang ang may pasahan ng pamasahe sa jeep. O diba?! –
    58. Pinoys are a versatile people.
    59. I belong to a society where moral foundations are more stableand sound compared to other relativist societies.
    60. Ang ganda ng mga kabataan natin sa Pilipinas.
    61. I am proud of this country which has produced literary greatsand innovators like J. Neil Garcia, Ronald Baytan, Marjorie Evasco,Carlos Bulosan, Katrina Tuvera, and Paz Marquez Benitez.
    62. I’m proud of our multi-culturalism. Not just within our owncountry, but with other countries mixing with and borrowing from thefruits of our diverse nation.
    63. Because we have a sense of civic pride. I like that we stillstand to sing the national anthem before movies start.
    64. We’re the friendliest people in the world!
    65. No other nation can boast of being the text cap

  • #58183


    LP
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    @manoy Banny….napapanaginipan mo siguro ako or anggoton kang marhay….hahaha…..peace manoy.
    @Pading Dary….thanks sa post mo padi…makaraladkad na naman kaini an mga dugo kan katipunero…
    @Katipuneros….no worry mga manoys, dadarhan ko kamo ning Norvaz 10mg ta baratuhon yan digdi sa india….peace tabi

  • #58173

    50% OF THE STUFFS YOU READ ON THE INTERNET IS NOT TRUE….SO WATCH OUT!!!

  • #58169


    ger
    Participant

    While it is true that Filipino lacks in cultural indentity compared to other Asian neighbors, it is becuase the Philippines is the melting pot of SE Asia.But let me askthe author; Does he know his ancestors? His real identity as a member of that race? Maybe he belongs to a particular race, be it American or something, but I would be sure that he is plainly ignorant of the whole thing. What culture heis talking? American culture? That’s what’s the Arabs and other Islamist are talking about. That’s why you peoplehave 911. And more are coming, you just have to wait.Sentiments around the world are coming against you, people.You’re so busy thinking about us Filipinos areso and so. But wait,the last world war, sixty years ago WE SAVED YOUR BUTT fromyour Japs! And up this moment, our war veteransstill begging your goverment pensions. You owe it to the people who doesn’t have any culture here in Asia.
    Roger

  • #58164


    GG
    Participant

    @ Lynette:
    Haluy na ngani ining surat, an problema igwa pa man giraray nakakarisibe kaini sa saindang mga emails.
    I also received this months ago pero binalewala ko na ta aram ko dae man katotohanan an mga pigsasabi.
    Suhapon, saru sa mga opismate kong kano an nakaresibe asin pigsabi ngani saku. Degrading daw na maray
    an mga nasusurat para satuyang mga pinoy.

  • #58163


    Imee
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    Private Spy thanks for sharing this article.
    I can’t believe what I’ve read about this criticism from Art Bell. How can an educated American man dare to care and criticised Filipinos in his article? The name Art Bell sounds familiar to me, although I don’t listen to his program but I’ve heard a lot of good criticism about him. Art Bell is married to a Filipina, anddecided toresidein the Philippines due to higher taxes here in the US, and he evenbroadcast his own radio talk show now based in the Philippines. He’s on the air every Saturday and Sunday, US time.
    I am suspicious of that article I’ve read,that somebody outin the gloomy nook has something against Mr. Art Bell and Filipinos. It sounds to me that anotherAsianwould speak this way about another Asian (we Filipinos).Most American are ignorant about our culture and they wouldn’t care.So,I immediately investigate and seek the truth. My Fellow Filipinos here’s what I’ve found please read on:

    FPRIVATE “TYPE=PICT;ALT=Philippine Urban Legend Archive”

    The Art Bell Filipino Hate Letter
    SUMMARY: This is a malicious hoax attempting to discredit popular paranormal radio talk show host Art Bell. Art Bell did not write this letter.Update: The Art Bell hoax recently gained additional infamy when an Inquirer Entertainment writer published the email in her column without first verifying the hoax. She has since retracted the article and apologized. Artbell.com has also put out a “rebuttal text-message” to pass around in response to the spread of the rumor.

    This letter was posted across several Filipino newsgroups on the net, purporting to have been authored by Art Bell, a popular American radio talk show host. It is a malicious hoax, the email address faked. Art Bell did not write it. Here’s a full copy of the hate email, complete with unqualified generalizations, false information, racial pejoratives, faulty logic, poor grammar, and bad spelling: Subject: Filipinos…..*make me puke* From: [email protected] (Art Bell) Date: Sat, Dec 5, 1998 11:45 EST Message-id: [email protected] As we’ve all come to notice, in the past few decades, Filipinos have begun to infest the United States like some sort of disease. Their extensive involvment in the U.S. Armed Forces is proof of the trashy kind of qualities all filipinos tend to exhibit on a regular basis. You can see this clearly by studying the attitudes and cultural Icons of most Filipino Americans. Origins of Pinoys/Pinays: Are they really asian? Well we’ve come to accept the fact the filipinos come from a part of the world known as South East Asia. But the term “Asia” is used in the wrong way. You may notice that Contemporary filipino americans try very hard to associate themselves with groups that we know as asian. I cannot count the number of times I have seen a ‘Third World’ Filipino try to connect themselves to the Chinese or Japanese people. There is no connection and here’s why. The Philippines is a Third World country. Nothing respectable has EVER been created by filipino people during our entire human history. Young filipino men in america have become obsessed with “import racing”. They have an enormously perverted affection for Japanese cars. It’s a common phenomenon. In their minds,these filipinos somehow, believe that they are asian and that it somehow connects them to japanese people and japanese cars. They often take credit for the ingenuity of Japanese people and say how it’s an “asian thing”. This term…”asian thing” derived directly from African American slang “black thang”. “It’s a black thang.” “It’s an asian thang.” You can see the connection. It’s even funnier that, in Japan, Filipinos are heavily discriminated against. The only filipinos that can live successfully in Japan are the filipino prostitutes. But that’s the case for most filipino people no matter where they live in the world. we’ve come down to this fact…and it is a fact. in Filipino Culture can be seen as asian. They have no architectural, artistic, or cultural influence which is in ANY way, asian. Thinking of the great countries in Asia such as Japan, Korea, and China there is no way you can possibly connect the Philippine Islands. This assault by filipino americans to connect themselves with the great, peoples of North East Asia is foul and disgusting. Young Filipino Americans: The Disease of Society See for yourself and go to any young filipino’s website or chatroom, and you will be able to see kind of attitude that’s stinking up america! Some things you might see: Dialouge such as the following (taken directly from a chatroom in IRC): (please keep in mind that most people in these chatrooms are young filipinos between the ages of 13-25) AznGuRLie: Wzzup EvErYbOdY!!! RhEiNa IsH In Da HoUsE! (Translation: Her name is Asian Girly. This young woman obviously thinks she is somehow asian, but we’ll adress that later. She’s simply saying that she has arrived in the chatroom but she’s saying it in the most immature, ghetto, and baby-type way possible. I’m suprised she said “Rheina is in the house” rather than just “Rheina in the house”. But notice how she spelled the word “is” as “ish”. The way a baby would pronounce it. The AlTeRnAtiNG CaPiTaLs is also very common.) AzNRacr_X: SuP Wit U RhEinA GuRL??? (A filipino male…he’s obsessed with japanese cars and masturbates frequently to Japanese Porno Cartoons, known as ‘Hentai’. His response, is based on the fact he listens to way too much Puff Daddy and thinks that he’s some type of “Player”. Player is a concept invented by Black Americans. It simply means that a young man has good luck with women. A “Player” often has sex with numerous females and has more than one girlfriend at a time according to the Black defenition. If the, filipinos have a different definition for this term I’m not sure. But I think if you apply this term to a filipino male it usually describes a young man who tries to have sex with girls by meeting them on the internet. He, may or may not be successful in accomplishing this, but it just shows the, LOW LEVEL on which filipinos operate and conduct themselves. What’s most interesting about this conversation so far is that it could be easily mistaken for two African americans speaking to each other. There’s nothing distinctly ‘asian’ in this dialouge and it certianly doesn’t reflect the level of respect and intlelligence you

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