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  • Published on Dec 26, 2017
  • Beat special report on Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, “fake news” and how Rodrigo Duterte deployed the “Putin playbook” using the platform. Melber’s message for Mark Zuckerberg: “Working with anyone and everyone to make money is not good for democracy.”
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Comments • 7 369

  • dalvi !!
    dalvi !! 4 years ago +22

    Now i understand how media personalities work. They talk as if they believe everything to be true.. personally seen it to be true. And delivers to audience with conviction. Never again will i believe media . The Bigger the network . The bigger the lies.

  • GALANG, SEBASTIAN O.
    GALANG, SEBASTIAN O. 3 years ago +7

    Most of Filipinos are just not reading the privacy policy and terms and conditions of the facebook. I'm a Filipino but I read those two

  • Liam Angelo
    Liam Angelo 2 years ago +26

    We our fine in philippines with Pres. Duterte. Believe us. Banning facebook in our country will cause a greater good for us. Believe me.

    • JM Solomon
      JM Solomon 2 years ago

      #DeactivateFacebookPhilippines

    • GJGBA 3:16
      GJGBA 3:16 2 years ago

      It is a primary source of interaction ford students like me! Removing it will remove the chance of an easy modenof communication for us.

    • Liam Angelo
      Liam Angelo 2 years ago +3

      Im not a duterte supporter,but i support the good side. Theres a lot of fakenews against government even from rappler. The facebook move was a sign that they are a one sided flatform. Close them and declare martial law to impose discipline.

  • Yolly Buan
    Yolly Buan Year ago +5

    Sounds different from what goes around here. President Duterte warned facebook for allegedly removing posts from the Phil Army. One major concern is about a group's post "Hands off our Children", where minors being recruited by the reds fb removed such a very important call.

  • CheesecakeLasagna
    CheesecakeLasagna 4 years ago +250

    At least he kinda pronounced Duterte's name correctly..

    • Ridda Aneas
      Ridda Aneas 4 years ago

      ...and i'm watching fake news about fake news... LoL

    • Change is coming TRUTH
      Change is coming TRUTH 4 years ago

      MARK lack of intelligence or common sense and is NOT a good person and though he was above the law ... The CIA AND MEDIA should learn from all the hot was FACEBOOK in and all the other thousands of CEOs that have resigned because of their NAZI thinking (New world order)

    • Oak harbor Nigata
      Oak harbor Nigata 4 years ago

      Wait a minute kapeng mainit. If fake fb accounts installed Trump and fake accounts are Russian Bots(accdng to FBI investigation). And fake fb accounts are supporting Du30. Could it be that Russia is manipulating us??

    • Jone Cuntapay
      Jone Cuntapay 4 years ago +1

      = we read the alphabet base from their sounds like contrary to what should sound like in the first place.

  • gaijinPH
    gaijinPH Year ago +11

    This is the second time I heard an American pronounce Duterte correctly. Almost all videos I see in YT, Americans always say "Duarte"

  • 007thematrix007
    007thematrix007 2 years ago

    not gonna fault #facebook for providing their service of a new platform around the world for connectivity as well as disseminating information,...it's still in the ppl/readership of certain social media platforms like facebook to discern and take everything they encounter online in stride or at face value .....

  • Tmax traxxas
    Tmax traxxas 4 years ago +5

    💯 true!!!

  • Ralph032789
    Ralph032789 2 years ago +3

    Words were promising during election campaign but look what we have now. Hopefully, we can still vote in the 2022.

  • Jhany810
    Jhany810 4 years ago +19

    Oh gosh... props to the reporter, he’s a good speaker. Very engaging... but us people who know the truth are disgusted by these lies you’re spreading about Duterte. I was going to write the about why Rappler is going against him but it’s too long and it already seems you’ve taken a side already anyway. If you’re so angry with Trump, please don’t get the Philippine President in on this. You’re hurting the Philippines and it’s people... Filipinos are united by heart. Its the simple reason why Rappler is going down and why Duterte is loved. People who don’t live in the Philippines will never understand. We’ve taken down a President before... we’ve broken Twitter before. We can break other platforms next when we are passionate. Stop blaming facebook if they can’t control the peoples reactions.
    Also, if you read Bloomberg’s article about Ressa,
    www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-12-07/how-rodrigo-duterte-turned-facebook-into-a-weapon-with-a-little-help-from-facebook
    12 million database entries in 12 months??? That’s a million in one month and 33,333 in a day... have you seen the Rappler office? Why isn’t anyone questioning how they could possibly check 33,333 profiles in a day with little manpower?!? Is that what they do all day?! And they say Duterte has an internet army??? If you consider majority of Filipinos as his interview army, that’s true and we do it out of support for him! That’s also why Ressa is spreading poison OUT of the country... she knows we know all her lies! She’s trying to turn the tables by seeking refuge in other countries. RESSA IS A LIAR AND MSNBC & BLOOMBERG HAVE BEEN FOOLED!!!
    Filipinos are getting angry international media... you wouldn’t like us when we’re angry... ;) RESEARCH MORE!!!

  • Yanix
    Yanix 4 years ago +10

    Forest for the trees!
    This report was so focused on few sources and information that they failed to see why it happened to the things that happened.

  • Jordan Louie Peralta
    Jordan Louie Peralta 4 years ago +1

    Fair journalism and professionalism, as we know it, is dead. Look at how that reporter speak! Manners please! Media is supposed to be neutral!

  • Cult Boy
    Cult Boy 4 years ago

    ""When I was human...I mean, I was human. And still am." -Mark "I'm a human" Zuckerberg

  • Vanessa Colz
    Vanessa Colz Year ago +3

    Facebook must factcheck everything. Period.

  • Xenophon
    Xenophon 4 years ago +38

    I feel so bad for the guy who was forced to read the telepromter.

  • lochinvar50
    lochinvar50 Year ago +13

    "Beware of the power of the Pope." Stalin retorted, "Why? How many divisions does he have?"

  • artoru vidal2
    artoru vidal2 3 years ago +3

    Mark Zukerberg has the right to make deals with foreign governments or companies as long as it doesn't affect US soil

  • John Royce
    John Royce Year ago

    They cry they deactivate Facebook, and yet they still use Facebook!!!

  • R-Cabz
    R-Cabz 3 years ago +11

    You know for a news channel if you notice that there are already more thumbs down than thumbs up on your video. You have to realize that there is something wrong. And you need to correct the mistake that you made.

  • MarieMacify
    MarieMacify 2 years ago +2

    It's true. The opposition did it!

  • cooljeffrox
    cooljeffrox Year ago +29

    Facebook should be ban in the Philippines, so local can create their own similar social media.

    • RageAgaintsThePotato
      RageAgaintsThePotato 5 months ago

      @John Carlo Cabalhao Google, Facebook, RU-clip, Twitter and a lot of western website are banned in China due to their ISP's "The great firewall". Instead of Facebook they have WeChat. Though most social media websites in China are gov't monitored.

    • John Carlo Cabalhao
      John Carlo Cabalhao 5 months ago

      Like china? Idk if china banned facebook

    • RageAgaintsThePotato
      RageAgaintsThePotato 6 months ago

      @Keleasar well that's what china did, they blocked facebook youtube and other western site and created their own social media platform, basically it's the same. And BTW, we don't have proper IT infrastructures here for data servers, unless we will lease some data servers abroad.

    • Keleasar
      Keleasar 6 months ago

      @RageAgaintsThePotato no it’s just easier

  • Dummy Account
    Dummy Account 4 years ago

    Some of these are actually great news

  • DE GRACIA EDGAR LOUIS
    DE GRACIA EDGAR LOUIS 4 years ago +13

    "Busted for fake news" Oh my, that's already fake news right there kappa

  • Top Everything
    Top Everything Year ago +8

    This is what happens when news competes with each other. They publish speculations turn them into their truth to attract viewers instead of waiting for the facts.

    • Anton Slavik
      Anton Slavik Year ago +1

      @Mike Lawre lol , what? butthurt bcuz du30 is a great president that is helping the philippines become great again?

  • Vince Albert Tumpag
    Vince Albert Tumpag 2 years ago +4

    So many ads on Facebook, we should investigate Facebook algorithm. Philippines should look into it..

  • jul toel
    jul toel Year ago +4

    tag this in your head, we can live without facebook.

  • Saldy Morales
    Saldy Morales 2 years ago +28

    You know Its Irritating when we abused the Word Democracy &
    Press freedom Fake And I pinpoint you Mark

  • Vans Dy
    Vans Dy 4 years ago +6

    Wow. Partnering with Globe to help increase internet speed. Thank you Mark. 😊

  • Joseph Maestrado
    Joseph Maestrado 4 years ago

    NEWS is news. It has strong bases of truth covered with full honesty. There's no big deal on that.

  • Mitch Clark
    Mitch Clark 4 years ago

    I totally agree with Ms. Ressa's remarks. I'm not sure what the best solution is but Facebook is not taking seriously enough its social role. Private companies always have social responsibilities but Facebook's is much wider and more significant, since it is so commonly and effectively used to spread ideas. They don't just exist and have a prominent presence in the public sphere; they make up a sizable chunk of the public sphere. Whether they like it or not, they are gatekeepers of information to a great extent.

  • Edith Koch
    Edith Koch 2 years ago +106

    Do not believe ressa. She is a liar. Just making herself to be popular.

  • Rene Man
    Rene Man 4 years ago +21

    Wow, MSNBC believed Maria Ressa's claim? That says something about your reputation and as a news company.

    • Ocaseof
      Ocaseof 11 months ago

      @Fredd Thurman may pinatay bang journalist?

    • Savage Maniac
      Savage Maniac 2 years ago +2

      Wag nio na kamustahin baka nag NPA na sya hahahaha

    • jle
      jle 2 years ago

      @Ch Oy words coming out from his mouth is what he is.. My grandad said..

    • Haroon Zabeer
      Haroon Zabeer 2 years ago

      BIRDS W/ SAME FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER

  • German Villanueva
    German Villanueva 2 years ago +1

    why some international media agencies keep on saying that Phillippines is under an authoritarian rule??? is Political Will define as "Authoritarian?" can anybody from these International News Agency explain why the trust rating of this "Authoritarian Ruler" is still steadily high with the people???

  • The Rustic Nomad
    The Rustic Nomad 2 years ago +22

    100% TRUE

  • Jaja Samson
    Jaja Samson 4 years ago +21

    We Filipinos know what really happened that day he won.

  • Giselle Natividad
    Giselle Natividad 2 years ago +10

    MSNBC has just lost my respect for this twisted report. Shame tsk tsk tsk

  • happy feet
    happy feet Year ago +1

    Reading the comments here lots of Filipino really believe that media is their enemy. Just saying, you dont have to believe the media. Even better do your own research if you believe that they are saying fake news.

  • Dennis Salcedo
    Dennis Salcedo 4 years ago

    It's time to move on and respect the decision of it's citizen both PH and US.It just so happened that in US,it's citizen elected the more decent that does not have sexual encounter with it's intern inside the white house while in power.good thing he did not made it to come back.how about spend you're time and effort on how to pay your trillions of with China instead of wagging fingers to other country.and by the way the host's personal debt too!

  • Mark Five
    Mark Five 4 years ago

    Duterte became president in 2016 but the deal was on March 2015 when duterte was still undecided to run for the presidency.

  • sol olimpo
    sol olimpo 4 years ago

    Msnbc shouldve had at least 3 sources for confirmation and integrity of info. this reporter is able to feed his family with the money that he get from lying. And this report is exhibit #1

  • Bong Fernandez
    Bong Fernandez 4 years ago +7

    Awesome MSNBC! Your one-sided-ness is the best news. I was already into it, believing every second of this video until you mentioned Maria Ressa. There goes your credibility, I stopped the video from there. 2 points for effort though.

  • Wendel Tenebroso
    Wendel Tenebroso 4 years ago +1

    To non-Philippine voters and resident kindly visit the us here and see how people love Duterte.

  • jelen romanos
    jelen romanos 2 years ago

    we Filipino, we know what's really going on in our country,we love our president duterte.do not acting smart,do research before you open your mouth..

  • Miss Sapphire
    Miss Sapphire 4 years ago

    Duterte cares less about facebook. It was us (filipinos) who chose to spread our wants for him to be seated as president. Media in the Philippines is bias. So we the filipino people took it in our hands to help change happen in our country, which is to campaign for our ideal leader. They see Duterte as the bad guy but its not the way we see it, the opposition party is worse, its just duterte has more supporters. All filipinos prefer to use facebook to contact their family whether we are close or far from each other. My grandma is a facebook user, thats how she contacts family pack in the philippines. Why? Because facebook is known by everyone. Not everyone heard of snapchat, IG, twitter.

  • chewpops tejano
    chewpops tejano 4 years ago

    before doing the reports/news have u done any surveys in the philippines? i'm from philippines and please don't make us ignorants. sir, i encourage u to come to the philippines and at least talk to people about duterte. the locals, not those people paid by the opposition to destroy duterte.

  • Vault Gamer
    Vault Gamer 4 years ago +20

    Duterte has just enacted a tax reform that is beneficial for lower income earners that will start next year. Just goes to show how much our president loves us.

  • P L A N E T U R ANUS
    P L A N E T U R ANUS 3 years ago

    Duterte won because people want change in the Philippines.Before Duterte was seated into the presidency , we were a country that I am even ashamed to be proud of because of the corruption and the drug problem worsen especially in the place where I attended college.
    So to the international media ...Mind your own business and focus on what is happening in your own country 😅
    PS. Even people in the mountainous rural areas where phone signal is very weak and there is even no internet hoped that Duterte will win.

  • max romantiko
    max romantiko 2 years ago

    people already know how the media works

  • EVAN TOT TV
    EVAN TOT TV 3 years ago +5

    Go to philipines and conduct a survey and you will see that 85% of filipinos love duterte we support president

  • Lorie Santos
    Lorie Santos 3 years ago +1

    President Duterte not only inside the Philippines he been motivated people to be honest and faithful in all ways of life every one change and have a cycle of good democracy in the whole world ...... it’s true the prophecy be thanks to the man and people who is living in the rising sun ☀️ for the world will be go to his direction and uplifted the earth the iron fist of the south.

  • phil nightjar
    phil nightjar 2 years ago

    He never had to rely on facebook to prove how good he was. He did it through action and how well he handles interviews. Still, some filipinos hate duterte. People don't support hime because they saw a fake post. They watched the fake news because they already liked duterte from thw beginning. I mean I've never heard a man point out all the world's problems in ome interview: ru-clip.com/video/rHjlCmdyesY/video.html.

  • Bernarda S Espinosa
    Bernarda S Espinosa Year ago +1

    Then do something about how FB damaging it does privately & publicly of one’s life worldwide.It’s u who can control the problem arise in FB by strictly put tools to prompt anomalous & easy access to anyone using the business in wrong doings or not properly used for its purpose & intent.Do a remote investigation & follow up complainants that’s defective & destroys good image of civilians & politicians.

  • Jayvee Rina
    Jayvee Rina 4 years ago

    obviously the reporter has hard feelings while he is reporting this news, which is not good when delivering news.

  • L. A. K. A. D. ni RAEL
    L. A. K. A. D. ni RAEL 2 years ago +6

    Thin line between authoritarian leaders and those who are strictly implementing the law. People must understand that Duterte is the latter. For a long time our leaders were so loosed in implementing the law and now that the good president Duterte is implementing it correctly, people are complaining. I know that the president is in the right track because I live here and I see that everything is in order and everything is fine. Democracy is in good health.

    • Carlo Macale
      Carlo Macale 7 months ago

      Implementing correctly? 30k deaths what are you talking about

  • Rariix
    Rariix 4 years ago +186

    I love how MSNBC literally cuts off Duterte's statements and doesn't show them as a whole and in context.
    Fake news, huh?

    • OJ C
      OJ C 4 years ago

      BLAH BLAH

    • An Atheist
      An Atheist 4 years ago

      shadoshinobi06 : no evidence that they met up with zukerberg -- THE NEWS DIDN'T SAY THAT, facebook representative came and trained them to use the social media platform. Lies? facebook didn't contradict the news.

    • An Atheist
      An Atheist 4 years ago

      So the reporter, was lying about the meeting? anything you'll believe if it's FOR Duterte then? It's unlikely that facebook 'would allow' such during the campaign if it weren't part of facebook's strategy .. What worse did 'yellow'/'liberal' party do? so you are against the report because you 'think' it's not neutral (even if it's actually about facebook), but you'll lie about liberals being worse.

    • G C.
      G C. 4 years ago +2

      Duterte well played on all of you! You throw rocks at him he’ll throw THE SAME ROCK his enemies threw at him. Lol. So there, anti Duterte can’t even keep up anymore busting out the Western Media for an attention. After all Duterte and Trump are in good terms now as well as with Putin and all other nations in Asia. LOL 😝 so MSNBC what ya’ll gonna do?? Watch and cry... ?? I guess.

    • An Atheist
      An Atheist 4 years ago

      shadowshinobi06, it says in the report that Facebook had a meeting with the Duterte team to use social media. It's not easy for a single person to make it 'viral' or 'stick' without the strategy of Duterte et.al. Are you denying that Duterte hasn't lied about a lot of things, it's his caliber. And to add, Duterte's followers, if it's not Duterte himself, spread FAKE NEWS.

  • Leol Paladin
    Leol Paladin 4 years ago

    I may look troll , I may sound troll but I am not and I vote for Duterte. Eat that MSNBC !

  • Samuel II Delfin
    Samuel II Delfin 3 years ago +6

    I feel my IQ dropping by 40 points after watching this

  • Bren Chomsky
    Bren Chomsky 4 years ago

    What is their proof on accusing Duterte of targeting journalists ?

  • Raven Soul
    Raven Soul 3 years ago

    That's why we chose who wants to business with anyone. Thats the basic of democracy

  • Ben Pam
    Ben Pam 4 years ago

    my grandmother voted for Duterte; She Didn't have a Facebook account. She still Voted For Duterte.

  • Pol Allen Ballesteros
    Pol Allen Ballesteros 4 years ago

    Id rather believe facebook and youtube news rather than main stream media.

  • cebuph
    cebuph 2 years ago

    I agree most of what you said. But remember that facebook is a social.media platform, it is not a news platform. Everything we post share or do in facebook is not news or journalism. Its a social media, the content is different in soooooo many ways. There is no fake news or real news in facebook. Its a social media. SOCIAL MEDIA. Idiots..

  • Jay Mar Breguera
    Jay Mar Breguera Year ago +2

    hahaha to my surprise when i decided to dislike this video there are already 11k dislikes compared to 4.6k likes.

  • JM Perez
    JM Perez 4 years ago +10

    Thank you, MSNBC! Please continue helping our country with our battle against fake news.

  • RamLipad
    RamLipad 2 years ago +178

    Oh come on! We in the Philippines know the truth.
    The problem with International Media is that they just create a news and that is it they don’t ask people but ask a (one-sided) person.
    Why did they ask Maria Ressa?
    Why not filipino people itself?

  • marciana tolentino
    marciana tolentino 4 years ago

    Facebook is offering services to improve our worst dilemma of internet strength of just 30 mbs for years since we had it. Our past administration did not care about what we can do with the very good internet, they only cared of how to make money of our government coffers.. Our beloved President Duterte is the only President we have who cares about giving us good internet for vast opportunities to take in improving and developing out lot. Facebook or any other internet service players to come in, will make the Filipino people work and compete in the global internet grounds.

  • tempelle m
    tempelle m 3 years ago

    News reporting shouldn't be biased @MSNBC. You know this. Just tell the news, don't imply nor tells stuff you cannot prove. This report/editorial has a biased tone.

  • John Pierre Fixmer
    John Pierre Fixmer 4 years ago

    I fail to see any deep, dark secret relationship between Duterte and Zuckerberg. Facebook is an essential business tool for Filipinos who need to make extra income online but can't afford their own website. And, oh, FB is a business Ari. It needs money for things like salaries and computer hardware. Without advertisers and online retailers we'd all be paying monthly subscription fees for our accounts. If Duterte and Zuckerberg are guilty of one thing it's trying to upgrade internet speed here which is dead last in Asia Pacific.

  • Theo Crei
    Theo Crei 4 years ago +17

    can't stand this one sided news..

  • Sylf Fu
    Sylf Fu 2 years ago +1

    Wow so biased reporting! Never thought to see a report about the Philippines when they are not here in the country to know what really is happening.

  • Chris Grey
    Chris Grey 4 years ago

    yes it is about the money but for the Philippines is all about breaking the monopolization of the two service providers who has been under-serving the country with its poor internet speed and service. mnsbc is only looking one side of the table you need to further look how and what the Philippines will benefit from this deal.

  • pew diepie
    pew diepie 3 years ago +14

    Please god fix this country

    • AabienaValkyria
      AabienaValkyria 3 months ago

      fix your comment

    • AabienaValkyria
      AabienaValkyria 3 months ago

      @V Perks when a foreigner says to fix our country, but how about your country huh? is your country successful also? goodness

    • V Perks
      V Perks 2 years ago +1

      yES

  • 636aries
    636aries 4 years ago +1

    in our country change is coming because of president duterte. this move is welcome since internet access which dis dopolized providing very slow service will challenge and change.
    the best president in our history is duterte. no pretention, disguise.
    god bless this country. god bless philippines.

  • april ogsoc
    april ogsoc Year ago

    i can live without facebook if it will totally banned in the Philippines 🇵🇭.

  • Richard ignacio
    Richard ignacio 2 years ago +96

    WE DONT CARE IF THE FACEBOOK IS BANNED IN THE PHILIPPINES. WE CAN LIVE WITHOUT FACEBOOK. BUT WE NEED OUR PRESIDENT TO RULE OUR COUNTRY.

  • Terrence Gil Dionisio
    Terrence Gil Dionisio 4 years ago

    Well obviously they don't know anything how biased media is here. 😂.

  • NeoX ZeuL
    NeoX ZeuL 2 years ago +2

    he made his own comment even he is not leaving in philippines. you dont know what happen here

  • Mokhtar Que
    Mokhtar Que 4 years ago

    Explain please why duterte always have the high ratings!

  • Dm3 E
    Dm3 E 4 years ago

    It’s the first time I see more dislikes than likes for a news report.

  • Miguel Viola
    Miguel Viola Year ago +1

    The multimillion dollar deal was supposed to help improve internet connectivity to be used in the education of our youth in far flung areas of the Philippines. That angle you didn't report on because it doesn't support your cynical point of view on the issue.

  • Eneri Gavino
    Eneri Gavino Year ago +7

    So this is why Ms. Maria Ressa took the initiative to use her "US platform".
    This news made me chuckle - out of irony, though. Thanks to the likes of them I became vigilant of the circling "news" in the internet and filter vital informations. 😂😂😂
    Anyway, I would still choose MSNBC as my go to channel to keep myself informed of the things happening worldwide. 😇

  • fangirl14
    fangirl14 4 years ago

    hahahaha the collaboration is a great help because the internet here in the Philippines is slower than the turtle and so pricey as gold hahahahahaha and also , PD30 won by his reputation in davao not by fake news in social media platforms. why you connect the dots even if there is no dots at all ?

  • Marilyn Halligan
    Marilyn Halligan Year ago

    There is a lot of misconceptions by foreigners about Pres. Duterte. But Filipinos give him a soaring approval rating of 91%.

  • ChelseyBunny
    ChelseyBunny Year ago

    Hahaha this is just funny. Media is all about money! The irony!

  • Ann P.
    Ann P. 4 years ago

    Please before you all intervene and report news about the Philippine situation and Philippine government, please moved in and live in the Philippines.. live here without your wealth, live with the ordinary people and live with the rich ones and observe everything that is happening..
    Live here until you'll come to realized the real situation.. Never go back to your comfortable country until you experience what Filipino people are experiencing for a very long time. By then, you can say what you want and report everything you have seen and experienced in the Philippines.

  • LocoMoko
    LocoMoko 4 years ago +57

    For a news agency who talks about 'fake news'. This video is already a great example of it.
    Well done 👏👏

    • Edwin Jose dela Cruz
      Edwin Jose dela Cruz 2 years ago

      @epiq pwnage totally agree. They see criticism as a form of terrorism where in fact , people are just speaking their own thoughts.

    • Edwin Jose dela Cruz
      Edwin Jose dela Cruz 2 years ago

      @MarQ Acuna exactly. I can smell someone else's allegiance already. They are always basing likes and dislikes to gauge if the news is fake or not.

    • epiq pwnage
      epiq pwnage 2 years ago +1

      @Reginaalondrei Alondrei why? public opinion is just that...an opinion. Stating facts usually is unpopular with sheep, trolls, and conspiracy nuts. You seem to be one of them. lol

    • MarQ Acuna
      MarQ Acuna 2 years ago +4

      @Reginaalondrei Alondrei likes and dislikes do not prove what the truth is. Proper research does.

    • Reginaalondrei Alondrei
      Reginaalondrei Alondrei 2 years ago +2

      Agree, look at like vs dislikes... They should base their reports on the reactions of the people watching these reporting.

  • Jasper Cosare
    Jasper Cosare Year ago +1

    LOL, I really doubt this report is well researched.

  • Honeyg JLu
    Honeyg JLu 2 years ago

    duterte is really really good. but this is a good argument

  • Bu Diks
    Bu Diks Year ago +1

    MSNBC please do your research before sharing the news. Be responsible journalist!

  • Ariko Subumo
    Ariko Subumo 4 years ago +2

    Mark looks like some character in Simpsons

  • 3rd Engr.
    3rd Engr. 4 years ago +47

    Come on guys. Just deal your own Problems Not Ours. Haha We got this.

  • Tonie Rose Periatella
    Tonie Rose Periatella 2 years ago +104

    Clearly this journalist didn't do his homework. Why do you still have a career?

    • John Doe
      John Doe Year ago

      Where did you do research tonie?? Facebook?

    • Mark Aparri
      Mark Aparri Year ago +2

      @Jee rotten tomato? Nah... More like a wrinkly rancid old prune...

    • jle
      jle 2 years ago +1

      They love chismis not real news..

    • Groot Farm1
      Groot Farm1 2 years ago +1

      You cannot win they are with one with rapper....as trump say that are the deep state

  • loke distor
    loke distor 3 years ago

    Did he just refer to the Philippines as poor.... wow....

  • Makahiya Medicine
    Makahiya Medicine 11 months ago +7

    Facebook should hire a more reliable , realistic and more dignified fact checker other than rappler and vera files

  • AllenEdwards
    AllenEdwards 4 years ago

    There is nothing more annoying than hearing a western guy talk about my country like he knows everything

  • carlos santiago
    carlos santiago 4 years ago +3

    Right on Mr.Zuckerburg🤙🏻

  • Engineering Innovation

    Facebook must stay neutral however the factchecker of fb in philippines is known to be connected to oppositions .....

  • novalenex
    novalenex 4 years ago

    So true. Facebook can't resist money

  • Jet
    Jet 2 years ago +24

    Why western medias always put their own opinions on their news, they should just report. Their opinion on things shouldn't be.

  • Erick
    Erick 4 years ago +4

    what about the other much bigger networks here in the philippines?! why didn't they say anything? some of them are more are more critical. reporters being killed? i would appreciate your report more if you cite real situations. authoritharian?! demonstrations here are on a weekly basis.