12 Reasons Why Noynoy is NOT Fit for Presidency

This is from a friend. May this enlighten the voters and eliminate Noynoy from their list on May 10 polls:
1st reason why Noynoy is clueless: he thinks that if there is no corruption there will be no poverty.

Reality check:

Corruption certainly contributes to poverty, but corruption is everywhere, even in the greatest democracy and the richest country in the world, the USA. President Obama has surrounded himself with many senior appointees who have been proven to be tax evaders. Large US MNCs give out bribes as a regular way of doing business. Corruption is a way of life in the USA, but it is a very rich nation. While reducing corruption certainly is important, economic progress comes when those at the helm of government know what they are doing and have political will, like Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore.

Noynoy has no experience and will be quickly overwhelmed by the complexity of governance.

2nd reason why Noynoy is clueless: he thinks that since he is not corrupt, then there will be no corruption.

Reality check:

Corruption is unfortunately deeply ingrained in the Philippine political system. That is not to say that we should not do something about it. But it is to recognize that it is not only the President but those around him/her who matter. Cory was quite saintly, but Kamaganak Inc. rampaged through her Presidency. Frank Drilon, the President of the Liberal Party, is himself known as corrupt.

Noynoy has no governance experience, whether in business or politics, and those close to him can easily run circles around him.

3rd reason why Noynoy is clueless: he believes that poverty would be eliminated if only there is clean governance.

Reality check:

There is widespread poverty in the Philippines not because of corruption, but because of social injustice. That is, the rich grow richer, and so the poor grow poorer. There are enough resources in the nation for everyone to have a decent life. But the rich elite, a very small part of the population, has taken a very large and disproportionate share of the nation’s wealth.

How do we eliminate poverty? By sharing. This is what the first Christians did. The rich shared their wealth with the poor, and the result was that there was no one in need (Acts 4:34). This is not just about giving handouts. Part of sharing is sharing the opportunities to make money, giving just compensation to employees, giving land to the landless.

The social injustice is perpetrated by the entrenched elite economic and political families, such as the Cojuangcos, Roxases, Aranetas, Madrigals, etc. A prime example is the case of Hacienda Luisita, where the farmers have been deprived of what is rightfully theirs. In fact, they have been killed for asking for what is due them.

Noynoy is part of this social and economic elite, and cannot be expected to stand against them in favor of the poor. He has already shown this in the case of Hacienda Luisita.

4th reason why Noynoy is clueless: he does not understand the poor.

Reality check:

The poor make up the overwhelming majority of our people. They make up the greater part of a President’s national constituency. Thus care for the poor should be a primary concern of any President.

Perhaps we cannot judge Noynoy harshly, because he has not experienced deep material poverty. If you have not been poor, you cannot truly empathize with the poor. That is why social workers at times live with the poor, to somehow become one of them, to experience what they experience.

His criticism of Manny Villar’s claim of poverty, even to the point of maligning him regarding his brother Danny’s death, shows how callous he can be. Because Danny was brought to the hospital, he concluded that the Villars were not poor. He does not understand how the poor care for their relatives, even to the point of going into debt, or perhaps, even stealing. He does not understand the nobility of the poor. As with many who are rich and elite, perhaps he looks on the poor with disdain, considering them lazy, dirty, of no good to society. This might be unfair to Noynoy, but did he not in fact show no concern for the farmers of Hacienda Luisita? He even accused them of being communists when they rallied for their rights.

The most urgent need for our nation is the eradication of poverty. Noynoy cannot accomplish this because his heart is not with the poor. In fact, in desiring to eliminate corruption, would that not benefit the rich businessmen most? Then they will only grow richer, and the poor poorer.

5th reason why Noynoy is clueless: he does not understand that reproductive health means abortion.

Reality check:

Hillary Clinton, the US Secretary of State, said it again quite clearly: “You cannot have maternal health without reproductive health. And reproductive health includes contraception and family planning and access to legal, safe abortion.” It is the goal of the US government, together with powerful forces such as the European Union, elements of the United Nations, billionaire philanthropists, liberal media, homosexualist forces, to force abortion on the whole world as a human right.

If Noynoy claims to be against abortion but for the RH bill, then he is either being naive or deceptive. Reproductive health promotes condoms, condoms fail and result in unwanted pregnancies, then women procure abortions. That is how it has happened in the US and elsewhere. It is a clever step-by-step process that the anti-life forces promote. If we accept the RH bill, abortion will not be far behind.

6th reason why Noynoy is clueless: he believes that EDSA is his birthright.

Reality check:

EDSA was a miracle of God. It belongs to all of us. It was a work of the Spirit that resulted in the dismantling of the Marcos dictatorship. God used Ninoy and Cory, but the glory belongs to God and the honor to the whole Filipino nation.

But Noynoy has appropriated the EDSA spirit for himself and his campaign. He is using the Laban sign, the color yellow (this is not the color of the Liberal Party), the songs, the slogans, even what his parents had done. What a blatant theft of what belongs to us! Now many Filipinos are distancing themselves from EDSA symbols simply because they are automatically looked on as pro-Noynoy. What a shame! What a disservice to the nation. Noynoy is destroying that most loved Filipino treasure that is EDSA.

Further, Noynoy is clueless in thinking that because his parents are revered, he now deserves to be President.

7th reason why Noynoy is clueless: he thinks his good intentions are enough to govern the country.

Reality check:

To be an effective President, one needs experience, political will, intelligence. One cannot just have good intentions. One cannot just be uncorrupt. One must be prepared, with a working platform of governance. One must hit the ground running on Day One, and not have to learn the ropes while in office. One must not just rely on subordinates and hangers on, but must have a clear vision and know what to do.

Noynoy has no executive experience. His legislative experience includes not passing any bill at all. He has no performance to speak of. As Congressman and Senator, he has not made any positive impact on behalf of his constituencies or the nation. Simply put, he is a non-performer.

8th reason why Noynoy is clueless: he does not understand that to be effective as President, he has to work with other powers-that-be, and so he should show respect.

Reality check:

The Presidency does not exist by itself in the political system. In fact, the legislature and the judiciary are equal partners in governance. Then there are other economic and social forces.

Noynoy belittled the Church when Cardinal Vidal took him to task for being pro-RH bill. He threatened the Supreme Court justices with impeachment if they accepted the appointment of a Chief Justice. He attacks President Arroyo even if she is not a candidate for President (and blatantly claims that he is the only real opposition). He maligns his main political opponent, making wild and unfounded claims, with half-truths and outright lies. He ridiculed a political pollster when the findings showed Villar closing in on him. He accuses the Comelec of imagined irregularities. He stokes conflict between the chiefs of the Philippine Army and the Philippine National Police. He makes it his priority to prosecute GMA.

Noynoy is a divisive person. He attacks and maligns, often without good basis. He creates enemies instead of trying to win them over. He is disrespectful, of good people and important institutions. In a political system as we have in the Philippines, that is a sure way to division and disunity.

9th reason why Noynoy is clueless: he still has the EDSA hangover and has no qualms about not following the rule of law.

Reality check:

The rule of law, flawed as it might be at times, is crucial to a democracy. EDSA is an extraordinary experience, perhaps never to be repeated again.

Noynoy has no qualms about not following the rule of law. In his disagreement with the appointment by GMA of a Chief Justice, he has resorted to threats and demonstrations, instigating his followers in the latter. He has threatened the justices with impeachment. In contrast, the Nationalista Party, also disagreeing with GMA’s potential action, took the issue to the Supreme Court as an appeal to its decision.

Noynoy does not see that an extraordinary extra-judicial move is not a first option, but the last. When we discard the rule of law, we are well on our way to chaos.

10th reason why Noynoy is clueless: he does not know what is good for the economy or the nation.

Reality check:

Taxes are the lifeblood of the nation. Without adequate taxes, there would be no resources with which to run government and serve the people.

Noynoy immediately announced that he would not raise taxes (he later backtracked). He was either playing up to the businessmen and the people, or he was totally naive. In contrast, Villar said that he would not tie his hands on raising taxes. After GMA, the coffers would be empty. He would first enforce collection, and cut down on tax evasion and corruption. But if these were not enough, he would have to raise taxes. Now that is being open, sincere and wise.

Noynoy either does not know how to run the government, or is impulsive and does not think issues through well enough, or practices the old politics of making promises that cannot be kept. In any way, he is not fit to be President.

11th reason why Noynoy is clueless: he does not know what the Presidency entails, how awesome a task it is.

Reality check:

Being President is an awesome responsibility. While many are legally qualified to run for President, only a few can really do well as President. Part of being qualified is the actual experience of governance, preferably from the bottom up.

Let us look at Hacienda Luisita. It is a large piece of land, it has economic activity, it has poor people working (or out of work), it has a social system, it has the entrenched elite (the owners), it has management-labor problems. It could be a microcosm of the Philippines. Now what good has Noynoy done, as one of the owners and as the scion of the Cojuangco clan? He claims he owns only 1%, but that is evading the moral responsibility that would be expected of someone who aspires to be President of the Philippines. And in fact, was he not head of their security agency when there was the killing of farmers? Did he not malign and fault the farmers as being communists? Did he not oppose the granting of land to the farmers as was the original agreement of the Cojuangcos with the government?

Now he says that if elected President, he would look to distributing the land. What? Elect you first before you act? Why not do it now? This is just another empty promise, playing up to the gallery, just like the vow not to raise taxes.

Noynoy looks to his own and his family/clan’s well-being, not to that of the poor farmers. He looks to the interest of the small minority rather than the greater majority. He cannot be trusted to be able to run the nation, or to do justice to its poor.

12th reason why Noynoy is clueless: he does not realize that in resorting to half-truths and lies in his effort to malign his major political opponent, he is acting in a very unchristian way.

Reality check:

The Philippines is a Christian nation. Noynoy professes to be a Christian Catholic. As Christians we are all children of God. But one who lies becomes a child not of God but of Satan, who is the father of lies.

It is wrong to say that anything goes when it comes to politics. That is what makes politics dirty, which it should not be.

Noynoy’s main political opponent, Manny Villar, has kept the high ground in his campaign. He sticks to issues, not malicious attacks. He does not retaliate, even in the most blatant lies thrown against him, but just patiently and calmly explains. It can be done! Even in disagreement, there should always be respect.

We need a true Christian as President of the Philippines, one who has integrity and is a peacemaker. Noynoy unfortunately does not fit the bill.

Noynoy is clueless about many important things, and is not fit to be President of the Philippines.




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36 responses to “12 Reasons Why Noynoy is NOT Fit for Presidency

  1. Maria ancheta

    You are also clueless why the filipino people love this clueless person name noynoy…a bad tactic can be brutal.

    • Maria, what I know is they are voting him for the wrong reasons. Wake up! he is not Noynoy! he is not Cory! Stop being emotional, people! Why are you voting for him, Maria? What makes you think he can do the job of a president when he showed a lackluster performance during his 12 years as a legislator? Ni wala ngang naipasa kahit na isang batas e! Kaloka! If he really cares, he could have at least used his influence to give back the land that beonged to the Hacienda Luisita farmers long before he is running for the highest post…but why didn’t he do that? Because sunud-sunuran lang siya sa gusto ng pamilya niya. So another Kamag-anak Inc. na naman ‘yan! Wag naman sana!

  2. Al Quinn

    So you want us to vote for Villar dearie?

    Can you please tell me how am I going to vote for someone who lied about being dirt poor? Or for some one who lied about the circumstances surrounding the death of his brother for election purposes? Or for someone who ammased his billions during his stint in the government?

    Sorry dearie but I’d rather go for Noynoy then for Manny Villar.

    • Lied? I think it’s Noynoy who lied when he told the media that they would distribute the Hacienda Luisita in 5 years, but later on contradicted by the chief operating officer of HLI, Inc. who’s Noynoy’s cousin…

      Mahirap tanggapin na mahirap si Villar dati, ano? hehehe! Is it because the elite would not want somebody from below to rule over them?

      Villar said he could explain his billions. Can Noynoy do the same? Ca he explain how they tricked the farmers to sign the papers (SDO) in exchange for the farm lot they are supposed to have? Can he name his funders who are now salivating for power? Di pa nga siya nananalo! kakaloka!

      Here’s Sen. Villar’s answer to the black propaganda that he lied about his brother’s death: http://www.mannyvillar.com.ph/blog.php?blog=356 I just hope you have an open mind. Maybe you would like to read the testaments of his former classmates, too. I found a lot here: http://myherbsandspices.wordpress.com.

    • istep

      hindi lang naman si noynoy and villar ang options ah…sila lang ba alam mong candidates?..im not for villar and have nothing against him…im voting for another candidate…

      • marie

        Even you can’t deny that since Noynoy and Villar are leading in today’s surveys, our president would surely be either of them. Reality check: You have to vote for either who seems to be better, more honest and trustworthy, someone whom we could entrust our country with.

      • I suggest you add in your criteria leadership, experience/track record and political will. A President who is honest is useless if he doesn’t know how to manage the economy. Yes, he wouldn’t be corrupt, but let’s ask ourselves: Is he good enough not to lose money in being inefficient? A P1.00 lost in corruption is same P1.00 lost in inefficiency.

  3. Carlota

    The lesser of two evils is still evil.

    Even you cannot deny that Manny is corrupt.

  4. f1rstwizard

    totally agree.

    and those previous replies only prove abs-cbn’s media conditioning to the people, believing anything the media feeds them.

  5. charlie

    eavesdropper isn’t appropriate a title for this blog, “anti-noynoy” is recommended. it’s quite obvious isn’t it?

    why the noynoy-bashing all this time? you can’t sell your product by discrediting other products. sell your products as it is. convince us why we should buy what you’re selling.

    para mong sinabi, “wag nyong bilhin yan, hindi yan masarap”, then you stop there, ni hindi mo pa nga natitikman.

    a good salesman should be saying, “mas masarap ang produkto ko dahil…” this should be the one you’re doing.

    remember it’s only just a few days left before the election, and if you keep on doing like these… sa kangkungan pupulutin ang kandidato mo. sayang naman ang effort mo.

    • Blog mo ‘to? Bwahahaha! I don’t think you have the right to question my style. This is my blog. I can post whatever I want. You know why I keep bashing Aquino? It’s because of people like you – has eyes but can’t see.

  6. Marcing Pin

    Nice article.. someone that belongs to the Ampatuans of Luzon (the Aquinos) should not be voted to the Presidency… if they’re able to massacre those poor workers of their Hacienda Luisita.. then I’m sure if Abnoy gets elected, a lot worse could happen.. trying to protect the elites’ interests..

  7. sunbird

    duh? nice try, but composition is awry, opening paragraph not parallel to the content haha akala ko call for wise vote pro-villar pala…magkano ba bayad per blog?

    • Ahahaha! Sunbird, you’re right…this is a call for wise vote. And that means, NO to NOYNOY. I just wonder why you keep on associating people who are bashing Noynoy to Villar’s camp. Are Villar and Noynoy the only two running for presidency this election? And fyi, this blog is not to show my prowess in writing. Sorry ha? Pero ang babaw mo! You’re criticizing the form…why not bother on the substance? Also, stop insisting this is a paid blog. I never get paid in writing. I have my own business and I don’t need to get paid for the things I write. Baka ikaw? hahaha!

  8. kampopot

    thanks for ur blog..i just hope pipol will just stop being so narrow minded and wake up to their fantasies that noynoy and his palaging pag mention sa kanyang ina at ama para maka kuha ng votes is the answer to our country..i doubt if he even knows how to solve our country’s crisis, and if he is capable enough..and what about his nonstop mentioning of hindi xa magnanakaw? even if he’ll keep his words that he wont ever steal but can he control his camp or his pipol to do the same? i doubt it very much..y? he cant even control his own sister who seems to have nonstop scandals here and there, he cant even control his family in giving up their land for the farmers…how much more sa mga tao nah hindi niya ganyan ka close…the Philippines will crumble if ever he’ll be elected as president.. pipol should stop basing their votes on family background nd start basing their votes on the capability of the candidate to manage and solve the crisis and possible crisis to come in order to at least uplift our country even just a little..

    and for that therefore i am for G1bo.. ^_^

  9. james

    Manny Villar Site ito.

  10. Then why do you think we have to vote for Villar? It’s obvious that you were only focusing on the negative side of Noynoy and that’s a bias. I don’t think that Villar will become a good president too. Why not look on the positive side? That’s why we Filipinos don’t have a chance to survive from poverty because we ourselves don’t believe in our leaders. Also, we have to start within ourselves. Going back, how can you say that Villar isn’t corrupt? I believe that we are suffering right now because of corruption! Helping poor people is alright and help them survive from poverty is great but in order to do that, we should start helping ourselves first! Why? Are we going to rely on the money of Villar if he’ll going to be the next president? Millions and millions of Filipinos are poor and how can you sure that Villar will help all of those? But if we’ll stop corruption, then, it could be a better start because that’s our main problem and in order to solve that, we should also focus on the main solution! The rest will follow. Many will help Noynoy if you you’re problem is he’s governance. How can you say that he doesn’t understand the poor? Through the Hacienda Luisita Massacre? We should be aware that Noynoy is not the only person responsible for that and he has only a few percent share in the said hacienda. That’s a harsh words against Noynoy. But if you’ll have nothing to write good about him, please shut it up or I guess, you were paid for this. I know you just want to spread the truth but how can you be sure that all of your accusations were true?! It is some sort of black propaganda and you were also the one giving dirt to our country’s name.

    I’m maybe 15 years old but duh? My eyes were wide open. I cannot vote this time but I’m concerned about the Nation’s future.

    One last thing, how can you say that Villar will not bring back all those money he spent for elections if he’ll not corrupt? Still useless because many of us are expecting for change!

    • Hi, 15-year-old concerned citizen! glad to know you are a “concerned” citizen though you are still so young. First of all, I would like to repeat: I’m not paid to write this. This is my personal blog.

      Why do you think Villar will not be a good president? And why do you think Noynoy will be a good president? You know what, i can feel your idealism and passion. What you don’t understand, i think, is how complicated the world of politics is. Don’t be naive. Do you think the only reason we are suffering now is because of corruption? Look at America, Japan and our Thailand and our other neighboring countries. Corruption is present in their system but why are these countries rich? (But of course, that is not to say that it’s alright to have corruption in the government.) I guess you have drowned yourself with the ideas propagated by the Yellow Camp. Do you think Noynoy can stop corruption? What makes you think he’ll be able to do that when in his 12 years as a legislator he hasn’t done anything remarkable? What more in stopping corruption?! And please don’t forget the opportunists around him, the Kamag-anak Inc. salivating to come back to power. Look at his record. Do you think he’ll be able to manage this country well when he wasn’t even good in managing his own life? He’ll be helped by the people around him? What a stupid suggestion! Look at the people around him. Same people who surrounded his mother in her term. What happened to the Philippines then? Open your eyes, kid. O my gulay! Bata ka pa nga! And please tell me, did Noynoy tell you how he’ll stop corruption? And do you really think he’ll keep his word? But he is mr. Flip Flop, right? Remember how he said to MBC that he would not raise taxes and say another thing the next day? Regarding the hacienda luisita, i suggest you read more about it, kid. The gmanews.tv did a very comprehensive research about it. Come back here after that and tell me how the Aquinos duped the farmers. A few percent share in hacienda luisita? then tell me where he gets his money to pay for his laundry and vices… Isama na rin diyan ang dota. hahaha! remember he said before that he only has a little more than 1 percent share in the hacienda…but why is that he was able to say that they will redistribute the land in five years? a change of mind? If he really cares for the farmers, he could have used his influence and convince his relatives to redistribute the land long before he decided to run…

      Did Villar say he will use his money when he seats as President? When did he say that? Is Eavesdropper asleep? I think what Villar has the Noynoy hasn’t is LEADERSHIP.

      What’s your problem, people? Why is it that it’s only Villar that you see who is spending millions? Si Noynoy ba hindi? Hindi ba dapat mas matakot ka kay Noynoy dahil mga naglalakihang negosyante ang backer niyan? Di ba dapat mas matakot ka kay Noynoy dahil siguradong maniningil ang mga nagbibigay ng donasyon sa kanya ngayon? At least Villar is not indebted to anyone because he is spending his own money. He is his own man. There’s no one behind him who’ll hold his neck when he seats as President, unlike Ngoyngoy.

  11. jonathan aguillon

    yes but i dont agree w/ u ,that noynoy doesn’t care farmers in hacienda luisita,,noynoy i think has no say,,wala po xang power jan,, he owns only 3% of luisitas’ share,,,,

  12. girleavesdropper , it’s obvious that you are pro-Villar. I suggest instead of bashing on NoyNoy’s credibility, why not blog about what your candidate has accomplished(like the C5 project and land grabbing). Honestly, your blog is a lame way to discredit NoyNoy.

  13. tessie millan mora

    while you have pointed out 12 reasons not to vote for noynoy-there are still more- it is quite obvious that this piece is to convert people to the villar camp.
    i agree with all the reasons you pointed out, but i will still not vote for villar nor noynoy. villar does not have the qualifications i am looking for in a president.

  14. george

    you wrote some good points why Noynoy will not be good as a president. BUT, i dont think Villar will be as well. he has questionable stands when he was a senator, much more when he was a congressman. my vote goes to GORDON. now tell me if you can come up with a list why he is not fit to be the president. villar’s character and achievements in the government are nothing compared to what Gordon has done……

  15. girleavesdropperheartvillar

    This post is obviously anti-Noynoy and pro-Villar. Please correct me if I’m wrong. 😉

    I agree with cholo, this is indeed a lame way to discredit Noynoy.

    You “religiously” keep discussing about Hacienda Luisita; why not enlighten us about C5 and landgrabbing as well, instead of “Shoo!”?

    I’m sure you’re aware that Noynoy is still ahead and is Villar’s closest opponent in the upcoming elections, right? Thus the reason for this blog and discrediting Noynoy, am I correct?

    But wake up and smell the coffee, girleavesdropper, dear. Pick up the latest copy of TIME magazine (April 26, 2010). Check out the surveys, as well as informal counts such as the 7-Eleven Gulp Cup promo, Facebook Philippine Elections 2010 app (http://apps.facebook.com/philidaaedaac?ref=mf), and so on. Would you still have any evidence to prove that Noynoy isn’t ahead of your beloved Villar?

    You’re simply biased; why not go ahead and put up posts to discredit the other candidates as well? Why is it just Noynoy, Noynoy, and Noynoy? I mean, have you heard of the other highly-qualified candidates such as Teodoro and Gordon? Please. Indeed, it’s not only Aquino and Villar who are running for President, right? So I DARE you put up some substantial material to discredit the other candidates as well.

    You mentioned at the beginning of this post that “May this enlighten the voters and eliminate Noynoy from their list on May 10 polls.” Tsk, such idealism and passion, dear. You’re dreaming!

    In short, your posts are simply IN VAIN.

    See you after May 10.


    • You’re wrong. ahahaha! …You’ve made up your mind. I think whatever I say, you won’t hear coz you’ve made up your mind. So it’s useless.

      • girleavesdropperheartvillar

        That’s fine with me. Or is that an excuse for you not having anything substantial to say? Besides, after all, this post is copy-paste “from a friend”, isn’t it?

        Come up with your own material, then convince us. Cheers! 😉

  16. phogletaker

    Let me just clear one issue in your blog…I grew up in the Philippines and is now living here in the US. According to your blog, the United States is corrupt yet successful…let me correct you. I have seen the difference of both governments and political systems and I could really say that the corruption in the Philippines is much much worse than the corruption here in the US…Yes, a few officials have corrupt schemes here but it is not mainstream unlike in our country….you’ll know it firsthand once you live here. The corruption in our country…is simply…incredible. The Philippine Constitution is a lot longer than the US Constitution yet more laws were being enforced here more strictly. The problem is in the implementation (Executive Branch’s job = Presidency). I was once asked by Filipino American kid who were born and grew up here…”Is it true that back home people can just bribe cops? It’s because during our vacation we rode a jeepney and then the driver got caught for a violation, but then he just paid the cop and got away.” Bottom line, there would always be corruption around the world but it is wrong and should be eliminated. If I would to rate the corruption level here in the US and back home, I would rate 20 here in the US and 100 in the Philippines. Corruption really hurts our country and that is our main problem, in which should be our number one priority to be resolved. If we solve corruption, we would have enough budget to reduce poverty…one step at a time. You’ve also pointed out that how come Noynoy wasn’t able to eliminate corruption in the Legislative Branch. How can a senator or congressman eliminate corruption if the President itself is corrupt? If the highest leader is not corrupt and have strong values, all the other positions below him would have a big difficulty being corrupt.

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  21. m3dyomakulit

    For sure Noynoy won’t get my vote. Gordon ako!! ehehe

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