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Enrile in Masters of the Universe, Lord of the Rings?

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MANILA, Philippines—Senator Juan Ponce Enrile may be one of the country’s most seasoned lawmakers, but the 90-year-old is always vulnerable in the cyber arena.

Yes, he was the Defense Minister during the rule of then President Ferdinand Marcos, but he also held the same position for another ruler, the Dark Lord Sauron.

Enrile not only served as Sauron’s chess master but he was also a dark lord in his own right when he was born as Skeletor then promptly took his skills to the Yakuza.

Achievements no mere mortal can attain, but Enrile did just those—until  Wikipedia’s administrators detected the errors and immediately rectified them.

Errors on Enrile’s erstwhile mystical achievements were published on the cyber encyclopedia late Wednesday evening.

Similar to how he had a real-life change of heart during the Martial Law, Enrile, along with candy honcho Willy Wonka, was among the leaders on the War of the Ring that drove Sauron into exile.

Enrile, as the defaced Wikipedia entry said, moved on to the industry of show business appearing in a cameo in Aqua’s Barbie Girl, and starring as King Renly Baratheon in Game of Thrones.

Wikipedia, however, did not say if Enrile was Ken in the Barbie Girl music video.

Fellow senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino also had his Wikipedia entry defaced Wednesday morning.

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  • cecilia

    I don’t understand your article and neither do I find the subject matter amusing.

    • WJGBalderama

      My dear, it’s called SATIRE. It’s meant to lighten things up using reality as a basis.

  • Leyte boy

    What a way to end a career … He should have retired after EDSA 1.

  • jak_amo

    e2ng reporter na …mahilig sigurong manood ng sine…ano ba ang gusto mong sabihin?…deretsahan na…

  • What, Me worry?

    GUsto kong makulong din iyan si kumag, pero huwag sanang babuyin yung wikipedia. Hindi nakakatuwa.

    • disqus_EWrSdjV1nv

      tama ka dyan. putting enrile in Wikipedia degrades its integrity.

      enrile-(n)- corruption.
      na-enrile- (adj)- corrupted.
      ine-enrile-(v)- act of being corrupted.

      enrile… short for corruption.

      • What, Me worry?

        hahahaha

  • disqus_EWrSdjV1nv

    enrile… the only thing constant since Marcos’s time.

    that’s why corruption worsened.

    • What, Me worry?

      father of corruption iyang hayop na iyan.

    • Katanggellon

      Corruption is a constant in the Philippines ever since. The other constant is poverty. These are the two facets of Philippine life. Enrile is the face of the former while Mang Andoy is the face of the other. Remember Mang Andoy? Politicians like Enrile used him to earn pogi points during their political campaign but totally forgot him after they got elected. Isn’t it the way for the trapo at present? Worse, pag naboto na ng taong bayan–pagnanakawan ng trapo ang mga tao na bumoto sa kanya. Walang pagbabago, walang pag-asa!

      • disqus_EWrSdjV1nv

        death (st. peter funeral homes) and taxes (kim henares) is a classic constant.

  • dorkstar

    best news of the day! :D



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