23 comments on “Gazini Ganados on Arab News

  1. This national beauty queen is the opposite of one international beauty queen. They are both half pinoys, but the international beauty queen embraces her pinoy roots to the fullest surpassing what other pinay beauty queens have done before her. In contrary, this national beauty queen seems to highlight her middle eastern roots than being pinoy. First time I’ve seen her was when he danced what she calls, to honor her middle easter roots. She might be wearing the wrong sash?

  2. We don’t want to see photos of this woman anymore just because she’s a beauty contestant. Who cares about her drama! Shes lucky she has a nice bed at night. You should focus your story on destitutes in the philippines. It’s rampant! So many beggars, pick pocketers and prostitutes.

    • @ Jasmine suhar With all due respects, both to yourself and the destitutes, this is a beauty pageant blog. And the occasional dramatic outburst is healthy and universal . It’s HUMAN.

      And you just did so yourself.

      Poverty is a major cause of the problems you cite (here in this country).

      It will take long-term concerted commitment on a national level to fix. Not mere blogging, here or anywhere.

      🙂

    • Then don’t look at her. That means it was not meant for you. You can scram your way out than whine like a whore.

      Remember poverty is temporary. The future is different and the Philippines is working on it.

      And by the way, eat your pride of your race. It is not needed here. I puke. Like you matter to us. Scram!

    • You just confirmed what people other Arabs are saying…

      Hearing married b*tch*s sent by drivers to malls only to meet other men.

      And on Twitter like with thick make ups and donald duck lips doing what?

      and yet self righteous…

  3. I think it is a brilliant idea to talk about her yearning to see her father, and to know about her grandparents and her brothers and sisters on her father’s side. It immediately tugs one’s heartstrings when she talked about harboring no ill feelings for her father’s absence in her growing-up years, reflective of her inner peace, her capacity for forgiveness, her acceptance of human frailties. Now I see that her search for her Palestinian roots is a natural juxtaposition for her advocacy of care for the elderly— unconditional love and gratitude for one’s roots. I believe bringing to the conversation her quest for her Palestinian lineage would add to the curiosity factor in her.

    • IT POSTS WHEN I DIVIDE THE ENTIRE ENTRY INTO TWO! Here’s the continuation…

      She should just be very careful about the spin because the geopolitics on the Palestinian issue is very tricky. I hope her thoughts on the Palestinian connection would just be confined to the human side. I am sure her back story has the potential (or temptation, if you will) to stir questions or talking points bordering on the politics of Palestinian- Israeli conflict, or even the politics of migration. If she sticks to the human side of her story, it would be a very positive boost to her quest for the crown. After all, like Gazini, we are all God’s children.

    • She should just be very careful about the spin because the geopolitics on the Palestinian issue is very tricky. I hope her thoughts on the Palestinian connection would just be confined to the human side. I am sure her back story has the potential (or temptation, if you will) to stir questions or talking points bordering on the politics of Palestinian- Israeli conflict, or even the politics of migration. If she sticks to the human side of her story, it would be a very positive boost to her quest for the crown. After all, like Gazini, we are all God’s children.

  4. An easy way to get her advocacy going is for her handlers to hook her up with a legislator with a bill of similar direction. As Kylie did with Rep. Hontiveros on the Mental Health thing. How did that one go?

    • Addendum : At least here in our city, there are free weekend programs for residents +65 years of age. Does Makati City still give birthday cakes to its centenarians? And generally, the situation in our country may be a little better. In Japan, some old abandoned folks commit crime so they get jailed, for them better care conditions than being alone and (literally and figuratively) cold.

  5. Fan ako ni gazini share ko Lang ang comment NG mga friendship Kong Arabs. The general Arabs comments are nice(general Arabs mean Egyptian emirati.. Everyone who speaks Arabic) but the Palestinians comments are snide. They are not sitting well she is half Palestine.
    Well the Palestines are not friendly w halfsies
    I’m just sharing what I was told since I cannot understand Arabic symbols

    • Maraming lahi nila na “P” are opportunists. Ask the Arabs. They act like victims but they will devour the opportunity presented to them and become territorial. They make everybody look bad and their very slight effort like a big deal. They would make their mini kingdoms when given a chance. The Arabs are even taken advantaged. Some Arabs are complaining that there are many poor people in their country but why be very generous with them. I used to pity them but knowing them, now no more. Just like what Arabs said, they speak very good in front of you but when you don’t see them they speak ill of you.

      • @truth tsika ng mga Arab friends ko masama ugali ng mga p. Ran fast daw to the opposite direction si Reyna. Gumawa daw NG story si Reyna na kalahi sila as if mataas sila than us. e wala nga silang bansa. Sabi ng ibang Arab wag na daw hanapin si pader at baka luhaan lang at mag take opportunity sa atin reyna. Ako po ay naghahatid Lang ng tsika. Alam nyo naman supporter ako NG reyna natin

      • @bonsai

        What mataas na lahi ang P? Are they out of their mind? Local Ar*b stereotypes them as tr*itors?

        I had seen them work. From the top corporate down to regular people.

        With my experience and observations, they are like wolves in a sheepskin.

        Magka suliranin yan pag ipinush ang P as a race instead of “in search of a Father” remember the owners of MU are …Do your research on this? Remember the issue that almost failed the holding of MU in the Philippines?

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