President Aquino Predicted To Fall

Philippine President Benigno Aquino gives an address at the Malacanang Palace in Manila on October 15, 2012. Aquino on Wednesday signed into law a 2.005 trillion-peso ($49 billion) budget for 2013, vowing to use higher taxes on tobacco and alcohol to boost programmes to reduce poverty

MANILA Philippines --- President Benigno S. Aquino III will fall from power if he will fail to stop the "infighting" in his unstable administration, former President Joseph Estrada will lose his bid as mayor of Manila, and Vice President Jejomar "Jojo" Binay will win the presidential elections if his health will still be okay by 2016.

These are some of the prophesies made by psychic Danny Atienza who shared some of his predictions during yesterday's Fernandina Media Forum in Club Filipino, San Juan City.

Atienza, who claimed to have previously predicted the fall of both Estrada and former President Ferdinand E. Marcos from power, told reporters that the Filipino people may witness the downfall of President Aquino if he will not prevent his men from fighting for control of the government.

"Ang problema ko sa mga tao ni Pnoy eh mga tao niya mismo ang magpapatumba sa kanya. Kaya kailangan 'eh tignan niyang maigi ang tao niya. Katulad ng sinabi ko noon ko kay GMA (former President and now Pampanga Gloria Macapagal Arroyo), tignan niyang mabuti ang tao niya. Hindi niya tiningnan at ang lumabas, mga tao rin niya nagpahamak sa kanya (The problem with Pnoy is that his own men will be the ones who will cause his downfall. Just like what I told about GMA, she should look closely at her own people. She didn't do that and as a result, they cause her downfall)," Atienza disclosed.

Atienza, at the same time, said that instead of President Aquino, it will be Binay who will have health issues.

"Ang sakit naman ni Pangulo (Aquino) eh pangkaraniwan lang 'eh. Ang nakikita kung problema 'eh 'yung sa Vice President natin, 'eh, ano ba talaga ang sakit niya? Dapat 'yun ang malaman ng tao (His health problem is very ordinary. The problem is with the Vice President, what is his ailment? The people should know about this)," he explained.

"The next president na magiging presidente sa 2016 eh meron (has an) EL or OS pero (but) iyan eh kung malakas pa si Vice President Jejomar Binay (if Vice President Jejomar Binay is still strong)," Atienza said.

Atienza said the Vice President has an OS in his name because his full name is actually Jesus Jose Maria Jejomar Binay.

"Kung titignan ang pangalan niya 'eh Jesus Jose Maria Jejomar Binay. Iyun ang power na dala niya dahil sa presence ng OS (If we will look at his name it is Jesus Jose Maria Jejomar Binay. That is the power he holds because of the presence of OS)," he said.

Rumors earlier circulated that Binay, who is among the possible contenders for the Presidency in 2016, is undergoing dialysis due to a kidney ailment, but this has already been denied by his camp.

With regards to the Lim-Estrada face-off for the mayoralty race of Manila in the 2013 midterm elections, Atienza sees the former Chief Executive being defeated by the former police official.

"Kapag nananalo si Erap kay Lim, jackpot siya. Sisiguraduhin ko sa kanya 99 percent, talo siya kay Lim (If he wins against Lim, he won the jackpot. But I will assure him 99 percent, Lim will defeat him)," Atienza revealed.

Atienza added that a lot of incumbent senators and congressmen, specially those who supported the controversial Reproductive Health (RH) bill, will lose during the elections.

"Sa mga senators at congressmen natin, ang problema lang hindi sa health ang magiging issue nila. Nakikita ko kasi sa kanila, marami sa nakaupo ang matatalo. Maraming re-electionist ang matatalo (With our senators and congressmen, their problem will not be with regards to their health. What I'm seeing is that a lot of those who are incumbent will lose. A lot of them will lose in their re-election bid)," Atienza said.

"They will be affected because of their support to the RH bill," he added.

He also predicted that the 12 slots for the Senatorial race will be hotly-contested by candidates from the Liberal Party (LP) and the United Nationalist Alliance or (UNA). He also predicted that compared to the 2010 national elections, there will be "less cheating" in the 2013 mid-term elections.

"Ang dayaan ngayon, magkakahirapan eh. Mahirap dayain ang elections. Ang pipiliin ng tao ngayon eh ang para sa kanila (It will be hard to cheat in the elections. The people will choose the candidate they want)," he said.

Without also being specific, Atienza said that an ex-President will die this year due to a lingering illness.

"Isang ex-President eh babawian ng buhay. Eh tatatlo lang naman sila eh. (An ex-President will die. There are only three of them)," he said.

Currently there are three living former President's of the country namely Fidel Valdez Ramos (1992-1998), Estrada (1998-2001) and Arroyo (2001-2010).

With regards to eight-division champion and Sarangani Representative Emmanuel "Manny" Pacquiao, he advised him to just retire from boxing because his time has already pass.

"Hindi ba natanong nyo ako last year kung mananalo siya, hindi ba sabi ko itong taon na ito talo? Eh ang laki ng natalo niya. Huwag na siyang lumaban uli. Kahit manalo pa siya laos na. Hindi na niya kaya. Makikita mo naman na si Manny Pacquiao, eh di na boxer eh. Kaya tama na (I was asked last year if he will win his fight, what I told you is that he will lose. He lost big. He should stop fighting. Even he wins, he's time has pass. Manny Pacquaio is no longer a boxer)," he said.

For the country's latest boxing sensation Nonito Donaire Jr., he advised the boxer to remain humble and avoid being boastful.

He also predicted more earthquakes and other natural calamities affecting the country.

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