The 9th Soul

PEXer is pro “squatter death”

Posted in internet news, life, Random, weather by Fated Blue on September 28, 2009

I’m not entirely sure why people are making bad jokes out of this whole disaster. We just had Jacque Bermejo yesterday now this girl that calls herself prEttyNdisTress

Poor people = Trash

"Poor people = Trash"

I don’t know why…maybe she tries to joke around too much that it ends up being insensitive and inhumane in nature.

UPDATE: a funny reason why the person acts like that

From DangoNymph of Pinoy Exchange

Now I see.

Now I see.

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  1. ken said, on September 28, 2009 at 6:22 pm

    what a stupid cunt.

  2. bokal said, on September 28, 2009 at 8:11 pm

    I can understand what she’s saying. My family has a lot of bad experiences with squatters. We’ve asked them to move, offered them a plot of land in the province, done everything we could thru the legal system and what do we get? From trash being thrown into our backyard to threats of physical harm/kidnapping from some of them.
    Some of these squatters are really vicious criminals, I wouldn’t shed a tear if those ones died. Hell, I wish they did die so we can get our land back.

    • bokal said, on October 1, 2009 at 8:00 pm

      You really want to play the I’m a nice person so I’m not going to lay blame on you because you were also damaged by what you did. Lol!
      These people’s actions cause flooding. These people’s trash are the ones that are in your houses now. Oh wait, I have a question. Was your house flooded? Are your furniture, appliances, books, etc. damaged/destroyed by the water? Did these people’s garbage invade your home? Is your home still stinking of mold and fungus and shit? Because I can understand why you are defending these people if you aren’t affected by the flooding. I’m not going to wish this on you, but I’m just wondering, will you still be singing the same tune if your house is hip deep in water with the nearest squatters area’s garbage being the centerpiece of your living room?

  3. anima9 said, on September 28, 2009 at 9:52 pm

    ^dude, I understand completely. It’s just that to say it the way she did, and during these hard times too, it’s not good, not good at all. She may have said her testimony without including the final sentence. Maybe if she included the word “some”, maybe I wouldn’t have to post this on my wordpress.

    • bokal said, on September 29, 2009 at 1:36 pm

      ^Well, I really can’t say anything about the timing nor the wording. Society has become so enamored with being politically correct and things that have to be done are said in a ‘nice’ way thus the urgency or importance of the subjects are lost. Maybe drop-kicks in the face are what we really need. Act or else things will be repeated again and again. “Go home to the provinces instead of living under the bridges otherwise you will die in the next flood” instead of “Hindi ba delikado tumira dyan?” or “Kawawa naman sa ilalim ng tulay lang nakatira”. I say some of these “victims” chose their fate, they gambled by living in dangerous areas and have reaped the consequences of their actions. They even choose to put their children’s lives at stake which is criminal in the very least. If we aren’t affected by mild/nice/politically correct words, then maybe, just maybe hearing the harsh truth will. Then again, people usually don’t care about things unless it happens to them, even the ones jawing in that thread you put up are just blowing wind, I doubt they are even emotionally affected for the victims deeper than “kawawa naman”.

      • ken said, on September 29, 2009 at 2:24 pm

        isa ka pa. hindi ba sapat na yung maraming nasalanta sa kanila at namatayan? sa tingin mo kung sabihan mo silang “putangina nyo, umuwi na kayo sa probinsya! alam nyo namang delikado rito eh,” mas titindi pa yun kesa sa makita nila yung mga mag-anak nila at mga kapitbahay na inanod ng baha? down na nga tapos tatadyakan mo pa. hindi yun ang kailangan ng mga tao ngayon.

      • bokal said, on September 29, 2009 at 7:07 pm

        Maybe it’s enough, then again, maybe it’s not. How many times have these shanty towns been flooded? Did these people learn from what happened? Did they leave these dangerous areas? Did they move back to the provinces to be productive citizens? Or did they stay after receiving charity and rebuilt their shanties on land that isn’t theirs?
        Yes its rubbing their noses in their stupidity if somebody asked them ‘Had enough?’. But I doubt if those squatters are reading the posts of the girl a day or two after the floods have taken away their homes.
        Another thing, maybe it’s karma. They break the law, they usurp other people’s properties, they commit crime or are silent accessories in harboring criminals. Do I need to go on?
        On another note, I don’t see a lot of violent reactions when people post/say “mamatay na sana si GMA/Erap/Mga trapo”. People even laugh and agree. Some even add some way for the deaths to be horrifying. What’s the deal? We can wish an individual dead but somebody can’t do that to a group of people she seem to hate(for whatever reason/s she might have)?

        Just an observation “Hindi yun ang kailangan ng tao ngayon”. So ANO ang kailangan ng tao ngayon? Charity? Give them food and shelter? Coddle them until the flood subsudes and let them go back to rebuild their “homes” so in the next flood you can do it again and call yourself “GOOD PEOPLE” because you helped the needy? If I’m wrong enlighten me, what are you planning to do?

      • ken said, on September 29, 2009 at 8:34 pm

        magsama kayo prettyndistress dahil pareho kayong puro absolutes kung mag-isip. wala namang nagsabing itolerate yang pagtatayo ng mga ilegal sa structures at pagtatapon ng basura sa tabing ilog. pero kung ang tao nagdurusa na, tapos ipapamuka mo pa sa kanilang mga basura sila at hindi kasalanan nila kaya nangyari yan, men, grabe ka. tapos ine-expect mo na walang mao-offend sa insentivity mo? nuknukan ka ng bobo kung ganun. kumain ka na lang ng tae.

        kahit kasalanan pa nila yan o hindi, hindi na importante yun. hindi na importante kung ano ginawa nila at kung ano gagawin nila pagkatapos ng lahat ng to. walang dapat mamatay sa salang squatting at improper waste disposal. ganun ka na ba ka-kitid para hindi makita kung gaano ka-disproportionate yang gusto mong iparusa sa kanila at sa tingin mo eh nararapat sa kanila, dahil lang squatter sila? pag buhay na ng tao ang nanganib, walang dahilan para hindi isantabi yang mga class divisions na yan.

        ako? i don’t just plan to do something. i did and and will continue doing something. kanina lang nag-volunteer ako para mag-receive at mag-pack ng relief goods. bukas sasali ako sa cleanup sa isang village sa marikina. alam mo, kung ayaw mo tumulong, eh di wag. pero wag na nang ngangawa-ngawa tapos mamaliitin mo at iki-criticize yung pagtulong ng iba kasi “kasalanan naman ng mga skwater yun.” manahimik ka na lang.

      • bokal said, on October 2, 2009 at 1:55 pm


        “walang dapat mamatay sa salang squatting at improper waste disposal.”

        I AGREE WHOLEHEARTEDLY! Dapat wala! Pero dahil sa ginagawa nila, meron! Hindi na bale kung sila lang ang namamatayan, nandadamay pa sila ng ibang taong sumusunod sa tamang pagtatapon ng basura. And you know what’s even sicker? These people are probably not even paying taxes. The money that the government is shelling out to help them is coming from the people that they have drowned because of their actions.

        “hindi na importante kung ano ginawa nila at kung ano gagawin nila pagkatapos ng lahat ng to. ”

        What a stupid position. The person who started the forest fire got 2nd degree burns. Let’s just help him, it’s not important if he will cause another forest fire in the future.

        No matter how many times you help them after each flooding, as long as these people are clogging the drainage system, it will flood again and again. Until they learn that they are doing it to themselves and others, they wouldn’t stop. Rub their noses into it? I say let’s do that so at least those of them who can learn would start doing the right thing. I just hope there are enough of those to make a difference.

      • ken said, on October 6, 2009 at 8:14 pm

        first of all, 2nd degree burns will not kill you. so your example sucks, dumbass. ang issue rito yung gustong mangyari ni prettyndistress na baha na talagang maaanod yung mga skwater (meaning, deadly).

        if in your example, the burns turned out to be severe and fatal, the person who caused the forest fire should be helped anyway so he can live again. tsaka na isipin kung anong dapat gawin to prevent him from causing another forest fire again. of course it’s not easy to simply forgive him. but to deliberately deprive him of medical attention is to murder him simply because some trees got burnt. death is unnecessary. we can still keep him alive and teach him a lesson. and there’s nothing dumb about that position.

        of course the squatter problem is more complicated than that. but there are other ways, i’m sure, to make it better other than letting these people die by getting washed away by the flood. it may not be very clear and feasible now, but the situation will not always be this bleak. their death is not and will never be an acceptable remedy. if you can’t accept that, well, then good luck to you. sana you don’t suffer the fate that prettyndistress wished these people. heartless and narrow-minded as you are, still, you don’t deserve it.

  4. k said, on September 29, 2009 at 9:59 am

    poor people = trash
    are you fcking kidding me?

  5. lame said, on September 29, 2009 at 1:01 pm

    I got banned from PEX because of this stupid whore.
    duhhh. hope she gets what she deserves.

    • bokal said, on September 29, 2009 at 7:13 pm

      ^Funny. As far as I know, Board Administrators don’t ban people because others post opinions that are counter to what the banned person believes in. They ban people for not following the Rules of the forum. Blaming other people for your mistakes/errors/transgressions shows the caliber of people who are against the target of the hate brigade. Of course that is my opinion, you probably believe you are a saint. 🙂

  6. bokal said, on September 29, 2009 at 3:01 pm

    ^Poor ba ang ginamit nyang word or is it “squatters”? Even the title here says “squatters”.
    People like you who changes a word here and a word there to change the context of what has really been said, for God knows what reason, are usually the source of the problem in the web. Just so you can jump into the hate wagon, burn the witch mob mentality? Justify your hate mongering?
    Have you even thought about the points that has been pointed out? Harsh as her sentiments might be, the points she pointed out about the drainage system being insufficient and the lack of government projects to improve it are totally valid. And despite some communities enforcing garbage disposal discipline (recycling/segregation) there are a lot of areas where garbage is still clogging the said drainage system, mostly your squatters areas. Do you like having their shit enter your house? Yes she is stupid in posting her ‘death wish’ but defending squatters is more stupid. These people have already caused enough damage to themselves and to others, not just through their garbage, these places are also safe haven for petty criminals who prey upon normal people, stealing, mugging, snatching etc. Let me see you go after a snatcher who runs into a squatter area to hide.

    • anima9 said, on September 29, 2009 at 4:05 pm

      Like I said before, I totally get your point. If you would read the thread more, she actually pinpointed the poor in general.

      I still think it would’ve been better had she neglected to post the squatter=trash analogy. And noone’s defending squatters, what I’m “defending” here is the human dignity in which rich or poor all have equally.

      • bokal said, on September 29, 2009 at 6:31 pm

        ^I am not excusing her for her post about wishing some people dead. That was stupid, she can wish it in private but in this era of bleeding hearts (fair weather of course, you don’t see them when there are no calamities)? It’s too politically incorrect and people who need to show compassion have to react, even if deep inside they cannot justify the existence of a sector of society that are all technically criminals (yes they are, taking over land that is not theirs and obviously building structures without building permits), harbor petty criminals, drug addicts, drug pushers, steal electricity (which we law abiding citizens pay for), sow garbage wherever they can (which go into other people’s homes when the floods come because the said garbage has clogged the sewers).

  7. abura said, on September 29, 2009 at 9:38 pm

    yeAH. poor thinking=trash!!!!

  8. cucks said, on September 30, 2009 at 9:34 am

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