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American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby Taco » Sun Oct 18, 2015 7:45 am

If your not good at choosing honest women you'll be easy prey in the Philippines. Most of the women you meet here cannot be trusted, same as any country.

Putting women on a pedestal is always a bad idea. This guy made many mistakes when he chose the wrong woman. These are just some of them...

1. The woman was from Luzon
2. He bought her a diamond ring
3. Gave her many gifts

American Mourns Dad Murdered in the Philippines
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby Yohan » Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:41 am

This story requires more information and also verification. I cannot find anything about this person and this incident on the internet.
If really true, I can only say, this man made so many mistakes that I do not know if I shall cry or laugh.

Also other stories from 'henrymakow' are rather questionable.

http://henrymakow.com/frtiz_springmeier_victim_of_fi.html
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby Yohan » Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:50 am

Taco wrote:If your not good at choosing honest women you'll be easy prey in the Philippines. Most of the women you meet here cannot be trusted, same as any country.


I think this statement is very exaggerated.

There are many good women in the Philippines, but of course there are also fraudsters among them. However I would not say that MOST of Philippine women cannot be trusted - except if you consider a girlie beer-bar as basic guideline of your judgement.
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby Ghost » Sun Oct 18, 2015 12:31 pm

That guy didn't just make mistakes - he made ALL the mistakes: getting attached too soon, sending money, buying gifts, committing before meeting, becoming the "great white hope," going to an out of the way place instead of meeting her in a city. Wow, I know the Thirst is powerful, but how can you not know that shit like this will not end well? How?
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby Taco » Sun Oct 18, 2015 1:28 pm

Yohan wrote:
Taco wrote:If your not good at choosing honest women you'll be easy prey in the Philippines. Most of the women you meet here cannot be trusted, same as any country.


I think this statement is very exaggerated.

There are many good women in the Philippines, but of course there are also fraudsters among them. However I would not say that MOST of Philippine women cannot be trusted - except if you consider a girlie beer-bar as basic guideline of your judgement.


Its true, there are good women in the Philippines but most guys don't actively seek out them out. Instead, they look for the fastest, easiest woman they can find. These women can never be trusted. There is no end to the crazy stories in this country. I've heard them all.

I've lived in Cebu for 3 years now and I married a Filipina. The best advice I can give you is be careful which woman you choose. My wife told me only 40% of Filipinas love their foreign husbands, the rest marry for money and usually have a boyfriend on the side.
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby Yohan » Sun Oct 18, 2015 2:26 pm

Taco wrote:I've lived in Cebu for 3 years now and I married a Filipina. The best advice I can give you is be careful which woman you choose.


I met Filipina women who are nothing but liars, scammers, plainly garbage girls.

I have no Filipina wife, but a Filipina fosterdaughter in Cebu (originally from Mindanao, now 19 years old) and all people I know around her since about 12 years are OK - except one - and all relatives next to her kicked her out and told her never to come back again to their home. Don't ask me why, but there must be a reason for that. Finally, only 22 years old she married a German criminal, 68 years old and disappeared with him some years ago. No idea about her whereabouts.

I also met a Filipina, who told me how poor and lonely she is, the usual tearful story. However I found out through gossip that she has a regular job, a plot of land, a small own house in CDO and she was married with a nice German man, living in Germany for about 1 year and divorced and had to leave Germany as authorities refused to extend her visa. Later I was inform accidentally that her sister is living in Japan, not far from my place, married since more than 20 years with a Japanese man. Not my business, but I was curious and I could talk to her and she told me she hopes never to see her sister again in her life. She called her an unthankful and notorious liar. I do not know the details but with this woman is really something seriously wrong.

A man in the neighborhood in Cebu/Mandaue was kicking out his wife over night after a wild dispute, but interesting that women living next to his home fully agreed with his decision. I heard from my fosterdaughter that she was a cheater, using drugs, often drunk, mistreated the children and also a gambler and all money is gone, only debts remains.

Yes, there are bad women in Philippines, no question about that, and for sure these bad women will likely look out for foreign men with the intention to cheat them too.
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby chanta76 » Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:05 pm

I hear stories of Koreans that get killed in the Philippines. Some of them are tourist and some of them are expats that live there.
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby Yohan » Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:26 pm

chanta76 wrote:I hear stories of Koreans that get killed in the Philippines. Some of them are tourist and some of them are expats that live there.


It should be said, that some of these Koreans and Japanese getting killed in Cebu are also well-known criminals.

Not far away from the place of my fosterdaughter in Cebu/Mandaue was a Japanese living with a Filipina, both known as gangsters.
Suddenly he took a taxi to the airport, and near the bridge he was welcome with some machine guns.
His Filipina wife continued their strange business, I do not know what exactly they did, but everybody told me they are criminals, and a year later she was also gunned down.

Two Koreans were killed also in Mandaue area, obviously they had something to do with minor-age prostitution. Their bodies were found in a remote slum area and even local police were surprised how they got there and what they would do there during late night.

Philippines is not a safe place for ordinary foreigners either, I can only comment about Cebu.

I always recommend foreigners if they are interested for long-stay to consider housing in a secure guarded compound or rent/buy a unit within a large condominium building.

I always tell short-time visitors to be away from the streets around 9 PM, as cities like Cebu are getting dark early and shopping malls will close at that time.

I am visiting Cebu since many years and I take security issues very seriously - I never had any problem so far.

For sure other countries in Asia are much safer than Philippines.
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby OutWest » Sun Oct 18, 2015 7:28 pm

You have to ask. What in the hell was he thinking?
He picks up this genetic reptile, then they kill him when he catches on. One look at her pic should have scared the $hit out of him....
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby davewe » Mon Oct 19, 2015 12:11 am

OutWest wrote:You have to ask. What in the hell was he thinking?
He picks up this genetic reptile, then they kill him when he catches on. One look at her pic should have scared the $hit out of him....


Neither the guy nor his "true love" looked like genetic winners. In fact, the pic of the guy in his casket looked better than the other one.

For me the biggest mistake he appeared to make was bringing 10K in cash with him. The gifts and diamond (which could have been a POS) aside, the 10k is bound to attract the worst elements.OTOH we don't actually know how he died; a heart attack's possible I suppose.
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby Zambales » Thu Oct 22, 2015 8:46 am

Sensationalist headline in that article. The relative even admits he doesn't know the cause of death so why is it pointing to murder?

Most likely a heart attack caused by being labelled the great white hope.

I also notice that some bitter western female going by the name of Sheila hasn't wasted any time commenting

Seems pretty clear what happened here. The Filapina was on Facebook trolling for a rich white husband. She tells him everything he wants to hear. He goes out there, and eventually he realizes all is not as he had hoped it would be. He calls off the marriage and makes plans to head back home. Her family, who have been salivating over their “great white hope” are enraged that their dreams of riches have been dashed, and kill him. I’m guessing poison since there were no external injuries. This blog cherishes the notion that women in other cultures are purer than Western women. Maybe the women over there are just more desperate to marry well and, like a prostitute, willing to fake orgasms and be whatever the man wants her to be. Would those women be interested in a man who had few financial resources? I think not. Not Born Yesterday - See more at: http://henrymakow.com/2015/10/american-mourns-dad-murdered-i.html#sthash.8IW670Uh.dpuf
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Re: American Murdered In The Philippines

Postby Taco » Fri Oct 23, 2015 5:38 am

Tourists to the Philippines don't like to admit it, but most are drunk and having sex within 24 hrs. of their plane landing. That's what makes them easy prey. You need to be thinking very clearly when you choose a woman. Choose the wrong one and you lose.
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