Why to like a FILIPINA woman……..
1. Filipina women are famous for their magnetic beauty
Filipinas are well known for their feminine disposition, and magical charm among other Asian women.
2. Filipina women are clam, understanding and patient
Most Filipinas would never involve in a loud argument or fight just because of the way they are brought up as a true Filipina Lady, who speaks politely. This quiet, soft spoken, and caring nature of the Filipino women separates them from the western women.
3. Filipina girls are well educated
The Philippines gives great importance to higher education. Unlike other Asian countries where women tend to be in more subservient positions, the Philippines give more importance to girl’s education. This affects their social behavior too.
4. Filipina women are good home keepers
Filipina women understand their domestic responsibility. For them, their home is the source of their pride. They always try to maintain a loving and warm surroundings for their family members. For a Filipina, yelling at home is shameful act, as it would mean they cause disgrace to their home. Thus, you will never see a Filipina screaming, throwing dishes or fighting at top of her voice.
5. Filipinas are kindhearted, supportive, and caring
The loving, caring nature of Filipina woman is noticeable. You will never see any successful businesses for orphanages or retirement homes in the Philippines. Filipinas will never desert a child or a family member who is in need.
6. Filipina girls believe in life long relationship
Filipina girls are brought up in a high respect for the sacredness of relation and view it as a life-long commitment with their partner. Many people, who have a relation with Filipina girls, swear that they are among the best woman –faithful, loving and loyal.
HINOBAAN, Philippines, June 9 (UPI) — Police say a woman in the Philippines was undergoing postpartum psychosis when she killed her husband and young son and stabbed her other three children.
BACOLOD CITY, Philippines – A woman reportedly suffering from postpartum depression cut off her husband’s penis after stabbing him and one of their twin sons dead in Barangay Bacuyangan, Hinobaan, Negros Occidental over the weekend.
BACOLOD CITY, Philippines – Since no criminal charges were filed against her within the 36-hour reglamentary period of detention, a 33-year-old woman who killed her husband and one-year-old child in Hinobaan, Negros Occidental last Saturday, was released from jail on Monday, police said.
MANILA, Philippines – A woman died Friday night after she accidentally shot herself with an improvised shotgun she was carrying in her neighborhood in Barangay Greater Lagro, Quezon City.
A British Baptist minister who married a Filipino woman 39 years his junior has allegedly been murdered by hitmen hired by the bride, it has emerged.
Pastor David Brash, 62, was apparently battered to death and his body dumped in a swamp in the Philippines only 21 days after he left the UK for a new life with his young wife.
Jul 4, 2013 – Philippine Department of State on the 3rd announced that China has executed the same day of a Filipino woman smuggling heroin traffickers.
Thursday, May 30, 2013 The melee began at about 3 p.m. Wednesday, when store employees noticed 38-year-old Mhai Scott acting oddly while handing out pizza samples, said Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman.
Scott’s mother and sister told Philippine television station ABS-CBN News she was the mother of two girls, aged 8 and 12. In the Filipino TV story, Scott’s sister says she had an ongoing dispute with her ex-husband over the custody of their two girls.
Scott reportedly became upset when she ran out of pizza, reported Northern Virginia Bureau Chief Julie Carey. Witnesses said she was waving a knife and scissors, threatening employees.
Deputies were called to the store to handle the disturbance. After they arrived, Scott — who worked for a company that handles sampling at Costco stores — approached the officers with the sharp items, authorities said.
One deputy tried to use a stun gun on Scott, but Chapman said the stun gun “did not work,” and another deputy fatally shot her.
Shocking-Filipino women they were caught on camera fighting
Filipino woman arrested after “date rape” deaths in Hong Kong hotel
A 20-year-old Filipino woman has been arrested following the death of two US businessmen allegedly given a “date rape” drug in a luxury Hong Kong hotel, a report said Monday.
The woman was arrested hours after Richard Victor, 51, and Paul Cherry, 45, were found with white froth coming from their mouths in a room of the 600 US dollar-a-night Grand Hyatt hotel on Friday. Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/243556/Filipino_woman_arrested_after_date_rape_deaths_in_Hong_Kong_hotel#ixzz2bz9CC7Ws
Beijing – A 35-year-old Filipino woman convicted of drug trafficking in China was executed on Wednesday, the Associated Press reported.
The woman was arrested at Hangzhou International Airport in January 2011 after heroin was found in her luggage, and she was later convicted of drug trafficking and sentenced to death.
The report quoted Philippine Foreign Affairs Department spokesman Raul Hernandez as sayingthat the woman, who has not been identified publicly, was executed on Wednesday morning.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Monday that Chinese judicial authorities made a “fair judgment”.
Filipina Drivers kill also: The van hit the rear of a Honda Civic driven by Karyn Cecilia Velez on C-5 Road around 12:10 a.m. Monday. Velez, 24, sustained severe body injuries and was rushed to Medical City, where she was pronounced dead about two hours later.
Woman killed by lightning in Southern Philippines
Wednesday, June 05, 2013 10:40:56 PM
|DIPOLOG CITY (Mindanao Examiner / June 5, 2013) – A Filipino woman was killed after she was hit by a lightning bolt inside her bedroom in the southern Philippine province of Zamboanga del Norte province, police said Wednesday.|
Police said Elsa Dumolon, 38, was instantly killed from the lighting strike that went through her opened window in the village of Lumaping.
Investigators said the woman was just sitting on her bed when the lightning bolt struck her.
Lightning strike is known to go through windows and can travel through electrical equipment and even plumbing or any metal wires or bars in concrete walls or flooring.
There is no immediate statistics as to the number of documented casualties or injuries from lightning strikes in the Philippines, but those struck by lightning and survived suffered from a variety of long-term symptoms, including memory loss, chronic pain, numbness, dizziness, muscle spasms and depression among others. (Mindanao Examiner)
Even Lightning is killing Filipina women
Fritz Springmeier Burned by Filipina Bride Scam
April 14, 2012
(Fritz, left, looks much younger than his 57 years)
After being released from jail, Fritz Springmeier made finding a mate his first priority, with disastrous consequences.
by Fritz Springmeier
Being scammed by Filipino ladies is easy. I write from experience. Cupid hit Stupid.
Oh, the adventure begins innocently by some lovely Filipina being used as bait to initiate a well-crafted age-old stratagem complete with highly skilled subterfuge and acting that rivals Hollywood.
An American with four Catholic Filipino wives (yes, polygamy) who befriended me said that the situation in the Philippines is so desperate that I could get whatever I wanted in a wife…just make out a list of qualities I wanted, and he’d tell his people, and she would be found. I supplied the list, but only got excuses. Undaunted, I struck out on my own!
During the first match, I detected a scam when the handwriting changed on the letters I received. Being a certified handwriting expert came in handy.
Next match was by Internet, which significantly speeds up the dating (um, scamming) process. As they say, “speed kills”. With Skype and Yahoo Messenger! and a web cam one can talk face to face with your lady for free for hours.
And Western Union, Xoom, and Moneygram will take your money to her almost instantly. (As an aside, the Philippine government is constantly trying to stop the rampant use of the Internet by Filipino ladies who make money by exposing their bodies.)
Using a dating site, I rapidly sifted through hundreds of female profiles to find that special lady. Once discovered, she amazingly said all the right things, including how she feared and loved God and would only do me right. She quoted Scripture. She was only a “simple” country girl.
Later I learned that “simple” is used as a ploy to get your guard down. Who would ever suspect a simple sweet lady of being able to script a complex cold-blooded scam? It’s not within our normal experience.
One Filipina said 85% of the Filipinas on the Internet are running scams on foreign men. Another experienced one simply said if you find one on the Internet, it is a scam. She should know; she was doing it.
I had to learn the hard way, and learn I did, ouch! I thought my girl was different; no one knew her. My fiancee repeatedly claimed she’d show them wrong and make me a happy man.
Once in love and committed to the relationship, I was warned that it would have to cease because my darling could not afford to continue her Internet. This is where the scammers decided I would be a sucker.
Naturally concerned that everything relationally would go down the drain, I reluctantly coughed up $756. Fortunately for the scammers, a typhoon hit and I didn’t get anything for my $756.
She began using Internet cafes, inflating their costs. That is typical. Foreigners traveling in the Philippines will be charged inflated prices even by airline and government officials. Foreigners seem to wear an invisible target proclaiming us to be rich suckers, which is usually the case.
After the typhoon, she ‘hesitated” to let me see her on the web cam because she didn’t want me to worry about the wounds all over her body including her face/head. I insisted and asked her if she was doing anything for it. She said washing it with water. I asked if she had clean water after the typhoon, and she said, no it was dirty, but better than nothing. On my own initiative Sir Galahad sent her $40 for hydrogen peroxide.
Upon reflection overnight, I realized her head wound could get infected and cause quick death. The seriousness of her wounds required serious hospital treatment. She began to die, her sister came from another province to help, she lost consciousness, and now I was chatting with family members rather than my beloved. Could I allow someone I loved to die? Here was a crisis of conscience, and the answer was, No I could not allow her to die. So I sent another $2,500 for her to be hospitalized.
Mother Nature was kind to the Filipino scammers; she kept sending more typhoons to provide more certifiable disasters. I was worn out paying for her to survive one disaster after another. It would be cheaper to bring her here where we don’t have a headline making disaster or emergency striking every week. Bear in mind, I had helped her through these once-a-week emergencies for 7 months now, being shredded each time with sadness over her suffering and pain. But I was determined she was not going to die on my watch.
To make her acceptable to receive a tourist visa because no countries trust Filipinos to leave once they enter a country, I proceeded to make her look good for her visa interview. Starting with a passport, I got her land with a house, a term of college for fall 2012, and temporarily placed my own money for bills (like taxes, bills and rent) to the tune of $9,000 in her bank account. She repeatedly assured me she would send my money back after her visa interview so I could survive my mounting bills. She would prove to the world how she loved me and was not a scam.
( Devastation caused by Typhoon)
Now the final act in this crazy drama got played out. Rather than come to America and have a future, she ripped me off; and the evidence accumulated that this had been a scam all along. Who would have thought a sweet fun-loving Christian lady would rather scam my very last dime and repay unconditional love with destruction, rather than have a future life in America? – See more at: http://henrymakow.com/frtiz_springmeier_victim_of_fi.html#sthash.2DQT81iP.dpuf