In the heart of the Philippines, a religious institution has been garnering attention not for its dynamic spiritual guidance but rather for its disturbing practices and questionable leadership. I am talking about the present Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC), under the rule of Executive Minister Eduardo Manalo. The Cult-Like Environment of the INC Under Eduardo Manalo's … Continue reading The Curious Case of Epipanio Labrador And The Rice Hoarding Scandal in the Philippines
In a startling turn of events, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has appointed Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) Executive Minister Eduardo Manalo as Special Envoy for Overseas Filipinos Concerns. This news raises eyebrows and elicits a slew of pertinent questions. Is this appointment based on merit or is it a political maneuver? What does this mean for … Continue reading The INC's Unholy Alliance: Examining Eduardo Manalo's Re-appointment as Special Envoy
The Iglesia Ni Cristo now, headed by Eduardo V. Manalo and his wife, Babylyn Manalo degenerated into cultism and slowly, its members are starting to notice. This is what happens when the Administration continues to ignore the sentiments of its members. One by one, those who are open-minded and have a strong doctrinal compass know when … Continue reading A culture of Coercion, Intimidation and Threats of Expulsion
Many have asked and wondered, "Why are there no new articles from A.E. lately? Has he stopped writing? Is it the end of the Antonio Ebangelista articles? Has the church finally silenced the incsilentnomore.com blog? Or, maybe he does not believe in the cause anymore and has forgotten what we are fighting for and have … Continue reading One with EVM in Barbarism and Savagery!
As the noise of the Presidential Campaign arise for the coming elections, the citizens of the Philippines once again hope for a pivotal political experience in Philippine history. Geared and aestheticized to emotional appeal, these political campaigns target the masses and are often successful in hiding the discord between fact and policy among these … Continue reading UNITY GONE ASTRAY
It's been months since the whole world got crippled with a global pandemic. Nations, governments, industries, communities and the personal lives of many got a rude awakening from something that nobody was prepared for. Many lost their lives in this tragic event, and those who survived it were forced to adjust and adapt to the … Continue reading The illusion of choice
The Philippine House Deputy Speaker Rodante Marcoleta gained infamy once more during his opening speech against granting a new franchise to media network ABS CBN last May 26, 2020. In 2017, he motioned to give the Commission on Human rights a measly P1,000 budget for 2018. Majority of the public slammed the idea and those … Continue reading Understanding Marcoleta's Vendetta
Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic frenzy, people are looking for Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s Supreme Leader who is rumored to be ill or even dead. But, Kim is just a Supreme Leader, he’s nothing compared to the one considered as The Most Important Person In The World or commonly revered as EVM (Eduardo V. Manalo). … Continue reading Privilege-Driven Ministers: Hanging By A Thread
As we continue to receive news about the sad situation our brethren in different places are in, especially in Central, we send our prayers and wishes of recovery to those who are ill with the Coronavirus, and our sincere condolences to the families left behind by those who died from it. May we encourage one … Continue reading "The Sting of Death"
A handshake is a globally widespread, brief greeting or parting tradition in which two people grasp one of each other’s hands, in most cases accompanied by a brief shaking or up-and-down movement of the hands. The handshake is also commonly done upon meeting a new person, offering congratulations, expressing gratitude, or as a public sign of completing a business or diplomatic agreement. In … Continue reading “Handshake No More”