Saturday, September 21, 2013

Sep 21 2013 Philippine Suertres/Swertres Tips and Lotto Results


Editorial
Never again

Philippine Daily Inquirer
9:46 pm | Friday, September 20th, 2013

A day of infamy. If the United States has one in Dec. 8, 1941, when Pearl Harbor was bombed by Japan, the Philippines has its own in Sept. 21, 1972, when Ferdinand Marcos imposed martial law and shoved the country into a dark, traumatic path from which it has yet to fully emerge.

Quite a number will disagree with that last assertion, and many of them have found the new platform of social media, with its freewheeling, ad hoc nature, as the perfect venue to propagate their alternate take on Philippine history. Here, in slickly made videos and in commentaries, Marcos’ reign is presented as the best thing that happened to the nation: The economy was second only to Japan in Asia, crime was low, the streets were clean, the people disciplined; human rights abuses were a collateral result of the fight to save the country from godless communists; and if there was thievery in government, only the top honcho was doing it—unlike today when it’s every grubby man and woman for themselves. The “New Society,” in short, is being packaged as an unappreciated and all-too-brief  belle  epoque  in Philippine history.

This is not, unfortunately, a fringe view, or one espoused by extremists and Marcos diehards. An informal survey conducted among students, street vendors and workers last year, two weeks before the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the martial law declaration, showed that many ordinary citizens were at best ambivalent about Marcos’ imposition of authoritarian rule. The chaos of democracy, the breakdown of law and order, the riot of corruption scandals, and the grinding, never-ending poverty that metastasized after the 1986 Edsa revolt have made some people nostalgic for the narcotic effects of Marcos’ strongman rule.

And this is not the older generation alone talking. Young people tend to have a minimal grasp of history, if at all, and if the chatter on social media is any gauge, they are some of the most vociferous in disseminating a rose-colored view of the Marcos era. That clueless revisionism comes with the simultaneous task of trying to demolish the heroism of Ninoy Aquino and the thousands of activists and freedom fighters who risked their lives to bring the horrors of martial law to light.

It’s easy to blame teachers and educators for the sorry ignorance of students and the young about recent Philippine history. But if something is wrong with the educational system in its inability to teach the lessons of the recent past to its young wards, it’s also true that it takes its cue from the larger civic environment—one characterized by a casual forgetfulness that can be described as pathological.

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These are today's Suertres/Swertres Lotto tips;
Yesterday's results are at the bottom

226
299
045
058*
459
458**
245
468**
578*
358*
568*
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469
146
246
346
678*
068*


Yesterday's Philippine PCSO Draw Results
For September 20, 2013 Friday

EZ2 Two Lotto
Morning 11am: 22-15
Afternoon 4pm: 14-27
Evening 9pm: 29-07
Winning numbers in exact order
Php 4,000.00 per 10 peso play

Swertres 3 Lotto Luzon Vis-Min
Morning 11:00 am: 6-6-9
Afternoon 4:00 pm: 5-6-9
Evening 9:00 pm: 7-2-2
Winning numbers in exact order
Php: 4,500 per 10 peso play

Four 4Digit Luzon & Vismin
9pm: 9-4-0-0
Winning numbers in exact order

BINGO Milyonaryo
9pm: B = 0 I = 5 N = 8 G = 4 O = 03 M = 36
4pm: B = 8 I = 1 N = 9 G = 5 O = 30 M = 20
11am: B = 0 I = 1 N = 0 G = 4 1 = 14 M = 37
Winning numbers in exact order

Mega 6/45 National Lottery
31-13-33-36-02-09
Current Jackpot: P9,000,000.00
(0)winner
Winning numbers in any order


For best results, it is suggested to always employ rumble on the tips above.
* = Hot Numbers
** = Very Hot Numbers
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