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    kabalen,ninuman ing bisang mabyias kene deng kapatad tamu iku milalako pag asa dakal kong abalu kene site ayti anya sana maralas kayung mumunta kene ok cge kapatad dakal a salamat keko ngan........

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    kabalen,ninuman ing bisang mabyias kene deng kapatad tamu iku milalako pag asa dakal kong abalu kene site ayti anya sana maralas kayung mumunta kene ok cge kapatad dakal a salamat keko ngan........


    • #3
      Atin na ka nanamang bayung thread. Magpali la lalu buntok ke katamung Pinoy kanyan.


      • #4
        Are we done with these retarded threads yet?
        Maybe, having one can be understandable. But keep making new ones with identical titles (up to three so far) is totally obnoxious.


        • #5
          templar, that's exactly what i said to this poster, that he or she should not have started the second and third threads.

          Site Moderator, please heed our plea, kindly block the second and third Filipino threads.


          • #6
            The United States 2000 Census counted 2.4 million Americans who identified as Filipino. This makes the Filipino American community account for about 22% of the Asian American population. In 2005, the number increased to 2.9 million. According to the United States Census Bureau, 60,000 Filipino nationals migrated to the United States every year in the 1990s. To date, Filipino remain the second-largest immigrant population in the United States, behind Mexicans, with an average of 70,000 people migrating annually. About 75% consist of family sponsorship or immediate relatives of American citizens while the remainder is employment-oriented. The State Department claims that there are more than 3 million Filipino Americans as of 2006.

            Violent crime is a big problem in the Philippines. Middel class compunds are heavily barricaded. All the crimes imaginable are committed in the many barrios that dot the island and in villages, from child *** business to contract killing and kidnapping and behading. Filipino gangs are also notorious in LA.

            Satanas or as it is also known, the almighty Ese Te Ese or STS, has been considered by many to be the oldest and original Filipino American Los Angeles street gang. Due to the gang's location and historical connection/cultural similarities between the two peoples, Satanas was noted in its early years for allying with many of its Chicano gang counterparts within their surrounding neighborhoods, with many of Ese Te Ese's older members and leaders or veteranos being fluent in Spanish or Caló. Numerous accounts of Los Angeles gang history have often placed both Pinoys and Chicanos side by side one another during various street wars. The alliance between the two brown peoples however, changed drastically mainly in part due to the rising Asian/Latino conflict that led to the deadly gang warfare that erupted between Asians and Latinos in Long Beach in the 1980s.

            Many Filipino gangs in some way claim roots to Satanas, gangs such as Demonios and Diablos (not to be confused with the older Puerto Rican gang by the same name) originated amongst second generation STS members and younger siblings of individuals who were members of STS; and indeed, the founders of many other Filipino American gangs were originally members of Satanas who had somehow either had a falling out with the group, or had the blessings to create a new chapter, or clika under the protection of Satanas.

            With their population expanding by a higher percentage than that of any other U.S. ethnic group, Filipino Americans could wield political leverage. The 1990 census counted 1.4 million Filipinos nationwide and 731,685 in California--home to the largest Filipino community in the country. Filipinos could become a major force in California's future because of their numbers and high citizenship rate. But it will take time, most say--perhaps another generation. Filipino Americans maintain strong connections to their ancestral land, according to the poll. Almost all have relatives and friends there and 85% said they had close ties. About a third said Filipino gangs are common where they live. More than a third--36%--said alcoholism and drug abuse are common among the Filipino families they know.


            • #7
              Wow, looks like Wikipedic stock knowledge to me, I'm jealous!


              • #8
                24-May S. 1348
                On the Amendment S.Amdt. 1186

                Agreed to Akaka Amdt. No. 1186;

                To exempt children of certain Filipino World War II veterans from the numerical limitations on immigrant visas.


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