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“The time to worry about justifying action against a hypothetical non-al Qaeda opponent (say, Phillipine separatists) would be when they became such a problem that they required American intervention.”
“An American officer was convicted and jailed for waterboarding Phillipine insurectionaries in the early 20th century.”
“It was the murder of Amy Chua's aunt by her Phillipine servant that is partly responsible for the book "World on Fire", which deals with this issue more thoroughly than I can here.”
“A crying child at a Phillipine evacuation center, a Komodo dragon at home on Komodo Island, cheeks painted, cheeks skewered and more.”
“PLDT said net profit in the April-June quarter increased 1.2% to 10.26 billion Phillipine pesos ($226.4 million) from 10.14 billion pesos a year ago.”
“And technically it wasn't the Spanish American War but the Phillipine Insurgency which followed.”
“The time to worry about justifying action against a hypothetical non-al Qaeda opponent say, Phillipine separatists would be when they became such a problem that they required American intervention.”
“An omniscient narrator could without problem use the anglicism or the Phillipine expression, depending on where they are from.”
“Basically, if you have a person from the Phillipines talking, they should use the Phillipine expression.”
“But people seem to forget that the US Constitution is utterly unique in the world save the Phillipine Constitution in that ours is individual-based while all other governments have the party as the fundamental political entity.”
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