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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - February 17, 2018

The Cabal agents who attempted to open up a portal with CERN have escaped.

During their escape, they managed to steal a private jet used by White Hats.

The Alliance is currently tracking them down in Idaho.

Indications suggests they are held up at an old observation post (that has not been in service since the 1950's) and are attempting to contact remnants of the Dark Fleet.

Rogue Cabal elements have contacted the local CIA station chief to protect these agents.

Alliance Ghost Operatives have been deployed to deal with the situation.

Stay tuned for further developments.

The Alliance are currently contacting the Galactics for a plan of action to completely eliminate the Cabal once and for all.

In the mean time, the RV will be on hold indefinitely until then.

The Alliance's goal is to begin the transition event this month.




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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Five Keys to Rodrigo Duterte's Presidential Win

Tough-talking Rodrigo Duterte owed his stunning victory in the Philippine presidential election to five key factors, according to analysts interviewed by AFP on Tuesday:

- Strongman -

Many Filipinos were clamouring for a strong ruler to start fixing a wide range of deep-rooted problems. With cuss-filled vows to kill criminals and challenge the elite's grip on the economy, Duterte shrewdly portrayed himself as their saviour.

- Populism -

In another counter to the elite that have long ruled the economy, Duterte offered himself as a man of the people who was equally enraged by the problems and injustices faced by the masses.

A charismatic politician, his boasts of womanising and constant swearing infuriated critics but added to his anti-establishment credentials. A natural storyteller, he captivated his audience with tales about their troubles while his jokes made them laugh.

- Law and order -

Successfully reading the mood of the electorate, Duterte made restoring law and order the central plank of his campaign platform. Duterte promised to end crime within the first six months of his presidency.

His vows to kill tens of thousands of criminals were embraced by voters who felt extreme measures were needed to tame rampant crime and corruption.

- The anti-Aquino -

President Benigno Aquino had overseen six years of high economic growth. But many voters felt they had not experienced the benefits and blamed Aquino's style of leadership that his critics perceived as weak and cumbersome. Duterte promised to be the opposite.

- Divided rivals -

In the Philippines, a presidential election is decided simply by whomever gets the most votes. Duterte was expected to finish with about 39 percent of the total. His two main rivals, administration pick Mar Roxas and independent candidate Grace Poe, were to secure a combined 45 percent. President Benigno Aquino tried to get Roxas and Poe to combine forces before the election as a president and vice-president tandem. Poe refused. If they had not split the vote, one of them may have won.

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