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Duterte to son Baste: Sana pumunta na lang ‘yun sa PMA para mabugbog doon

Rodrigo Duterte, President of the Republic of thePhilippines at the same time a father. 
Source: GMA News
SILANG, Cavite—President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday once again drew laughter at the expense of his youngest son Sebastian, who he playfully scolded for supposedly running after women.

Duterte at the graduation ceremonies of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) Masidlak Class of 2017 recalled the time when he thought of the then yet to be born Sebastian or Baste when he was held hostage by the New People's Army.

“Ako man, I was once upon a time a hostage ng NPA at tinutukan ako ng baril na M-14 sa ulo. I could feel the cold steel dito sa tem… Ang unang pumasok sa isip ko ‘yung anak ko nasa tiyan ng asawa, ‘yung Sebastian," Duterte said.

"‘Yung walang ginawa kung hindi rin maghanap ng babae,” he said as the crowd laughed. Walang ginawa ‘yun… Sana pumunta na lang ‘yun sa PMA para mabugbog doon,” he added.
Duterte was in the middle of explaining to the new graduates the dangers they'd be facing as police, fire and jail officers.

This was not the first time that Duterte scolded Baste, although in jest, in public.

A few months ago, Duterte asked Baste in a televised speech to call home.

He said he had not talked with Baste for a long time and was thus using the media to get his message across.

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Cadet Life In The Academy
Source: PMA Website

To build the desirable character traits expected of cadets, they live under an atmosphere of restraint prescribed by rules and regulations. These rules and regulations are all codified into what is known as the Graybook or "cadet bible." The Graybook defines, specifies, and covers all the "do's" and "dont's" of cadet behaviour, activities and actuations.

Cadets follow very unique customs and traditions that are premised on the principle that "no one is fit to command who has not learned to obey." This tradition calls for certain standards which the plebe - fresh from civilian life must meet. It also considers several corrective measures the upperclassmen may take to enable the plebes to meet the standards. In other words, the custom operates to develop good qualities and individuals. Likewise, it helps him exercise his leadership. This custom is known as the Fourthclass System.

Another equally, if not more important means of developing the character is the Honor System. The system is very special to the cadets, and transcends all aspects of his life in the Academy. It presupposes clean thinking and honest dealing; therefore, deception is neither tolerated nor are undue advantages allowed to be taken by one another.

The following topics should define in a nutshell the life of a cadet in the Philippine Military Academy:

  • The Four Distinct Classes
  • Causes of Cadet Attrition
  • The Female Cadets
  • The Honor Code & The Honor System
  • Traditional Rites & Ceremonies
  • Plebe Traditions
  • Cadet Organizations


Like all the classes before them and those that were to follow, the cadet's life has remained highly regimented. After all, the training of future military leaders, into whose hands the lives of others and the destiny of a multitude of people are to be entrusted during critical times could not be left to chance.

With this, no wonder President Rodrigo Duterte have a lot of supporters inspite of different groups putting him down. He is not only the president of the Republic of the Philippines but a father as well who need not to tolerate his children but to make sure that his children never use his family name in times of trouble and whatever behavior they face in the eyes of the people of the Philippines.

Duterte to son Baste: Sana pumunta na lang ‘yun sa PMA para mabugbog doon Reviewed by Unknown on March 24, 2017 Rating: 5 Rodrigo Duterte, President of the Republic of thePhilippines at the same time a father.  Source: GMA News SILANG, Cavite—President Ro...

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