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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28 2013

FORWARDWITHTHEPEOPLE

olwsun.wordpress.com

JanetLimNapoles:

NEWMODELOFTHE
NATION’S TABLOID
Seeheradonpage4

IT'STHEYANKS,
STUPID
AFTERYEARS...

America'sCIAokays
rumorsonUFOsin
Area51inNevada
THE truth is finally out there – a
“UFO centre” that never officially
existed for decades has now been
acknowledged by the US government.
ButArea51inNevada–saidtobeasite
where secret service units met, studied
andevendissectedaliens–wassimplya
top secret military base used to develop
and test U-2 spy planes during the Cold
Warera.
The facts have been revealed after a
Freedom of Information request from
George Washington University – and
there’s no mention of UFOs. A simple
line-drawn plan finally confirms the

locationonGroomLakesaltflat.
But that won’t stop conspiracy
theorists insisting it houses bodies of
weird grey extraterrestrials, believed
by some UFO geeks to have crashed
their spaceship at Roswell, New
Mexico,in1947.
The theory goes that the aliens and
their wrecked craft were taken to Area
51 for examination and that scientists
evenmanagedtosetupfuturemeetings
inthedesertwithotheralienlife-forms.
Other developments said to have
occurred in Area 51 include: weather
control, secret weapons, time travel
andteleportation.

ByDanielStaAna
Correspondent
Insteadpapersrevealthebasewasbuilt
by the Atomic Energy Commission in
1955 before being converted to train U2spyplanepilotsintheColdWar.
Records reveal how scouts flying over
the Nevada desert spotted the site in
1955 and agreed it was perfect for a new
topsecretmilitarybase.
President Eisenhower then approved
theAEC’spurchaseofthewasteland.
The US Air Force took over the base
when the CIA finished with it in 1957
andcontinuedusingittotrainpilots.

Theplaneswereusedforhighaltitude,
all-weather intelligence gathering and
flew over the Soviet Union, China,
NorthVietnamandCubainthe50s,60s
and70s.
Official maps usually only show a
disusedmineatthesiteoralargeareaof
restrictedairspace.
George Washington University
publishedthelocationinareportonthe
secrethistoryoftheU-2.
Jeffrey Richelson, of the National
Security Archive said: “It marks an end
of official secrecy about Area 51 and
opensuppossibilitiesoffutureprojects
beingmorefullyexplained.”

2 TheOLWSun September12013

STICKSNIXHICKSTICKS

ChinaasksPhilippines'Aquinotocalloffvisitinapparentsnub
MANILA/BEIJING (Reuters) - China has asked Philippine
President Benigno Aquino to call off a visit next week for the
opening of a trade fair, Manila said on Thursday, in an
apparent snub, but Beijing insisted it had never invited him
inthefirstplace.
Relations between the two countries
have been soured by a bitter territorial
disputeintheSouthChinaSea.
Claims by an increasingly powerful
China over most of the sea have set it
directly against U.S. allies Vietnam and
the Philippines. Brunei, Taiwan and
Malaysia also claim parts of the waters
and China has a separate dispute with
JapanintheEastChinaSea.
Manila has filed an arbitration case
before the U.N. International Tribunal
on the Law of the Sea, questioning
Beijing's claim as China deploys ships
ontwodisputedshoalsinthearea.
"The president has decided not to
proceed to the China-ASEAN Expo
taking into consideration China's
request for the president to visit China
at a more conducive time," Philippine
Foreign Ministry spokesman Raul
Hernandezsaidinatextmessage.
"OnthepartofthePhilippines,wewill

continue to abide by our principled
position that bilateral relations can
advancedespitedifferences."
China's Foreign Ministry, in a
statement given to Reuters, said
Aquinohadnotbeeninvited.
"China never extended an invitation
to the Philippine president," it said,
withoutelaborating.
Theexpoisanannualtradefairjoining
ChinaandtheAssociationofSoutheast
Asian Nations (ASEAN), of which the
Philippinesisamember.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi
appeared to take a swipe at the
Philippineswhenhespoketoreporters
after a meeting with Southeast Asian
foreign ministers in Beijing earlier in
theday.
"As for the dispute of the Spratly
Islands, they are not an issue between
China and ASEAN," Wang said. "We do
not believe that one individual opinion

should replace the common position of
all ASEAN countries, nor do we think
that one individual (opinion) should
compromisetheoverallinterestsofthe
two sides by pursuing their own selfish
interests."
Hernandez told reporters China's
request was conveyed to the Philippine
government on Wednesday night,

hoursafterAquinoannouncedhisplan
to make a 12-hour visit to Nanning on
September3fortheexpo.
Trade Secretary Gregory Domingo
will represent the president in the
September 3-6 event, where the
Philippines is this year's "country of
honour", Hernandezadded.

HagelfocusonVAFagreement
ByAFPNews
AgencyReport
Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel will
discuss expanding the US military's
presence in the Philippines in a visit to
the country Friday as Manila looks to
defenditsterritorialclaimsindisputed
waters.
Hagel flew into Manila on Thursday
amid fresh strains between the
Philippines and China over disputes in
the South China Sea, with President
Benigno Aquino calling off a visit to
BeijingnextweekatChina'srequest.
ThePhilippineshasaccusedBeijingof
an arms buildup and coercive moves in
the strategic South China Sea, which is
believedtoholdunexploitedoilandgas
deposits.
China, after asking President
Aquino to call off his visit, cited
"difficulties" in relations with the
Philippines.
Manila has sought out military

assistance
from
Washington,
including ships and radar, to better
monitor coastal waters and fend off
what it alleges is a Chinese bid to
gradually seize control of disputed
islets.
During his visit, Hagel is expected to
discuss a proposed agreement to
permit more American troops, ships
and
aircraft to pass through the
Philippines on temporary
deploy-ments, officials
said.
Hagel will hold talks
with President Aquino
before meeting his
counterpart, Voltaire
Gazmin, and Foreign
Affairs
Secretary
Albert del Rosario,
officialssaid.

IntheCity

WeatherCentre
CagayanValleyandtheregionsof
CordilleraandIlocos,theprovincesofZambalesand
BataanandtheislandsofBatanes,Babuyanand
Calayanwillexperiencecloudyskieswithlightto
moderaterainshowersandthunderstorms.Metro
Manilaandtherestofthecountrywillhave
partlycloudytocloudyskieswithisolated
rainshowersorthunderstorms.
Lighttomoderatewindsblowingfrom
the Southeasttosouthwestwillprevail
overnorthernandcentralLuzonandcoming
fromtheeasttonortheastovertherestofthecountry.
Thecoastalwatersthroughoutthearchipelagowillbe
slighttomoderate.

TemperaturesforToday
MetroManila 24­33c
Baguio
16­25 c
Tagaytay
22­31c
PuertoPrincesa 25­31 c
IloiloCity/Bacolod 25­32c
MetroCebu
25­33c
TaclobanCity
24­31c
CagayanDeOroC. 23­32c
MetroDavao
25­32c
Zamboanga
25­32c

Nikkei
HangSeng
S&P 500
Nasdaq
Dow
FTSE100
$to£
$toP

Friday

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14,810.31 ­ 30.64 –0.21%
6,415.78 – 25.19 –0.39%

£ 0.6445
P 44.33

£to$
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$1.55
$0.0224

TSXComp.
12,653.90 –50.83 –0.40%
Bovespa
50,008.38 +86.50+0.17%
Shanghai
2,098.38 +40.92 +1.99%
PLDT(Phils.)
63.35 + 1.41+ 2.28%

Chart:S&P500,Friday

ALL NEWS ARTICLES FROM NEWS AGENCIES ARE COPYRIGHTED BY THE SAID NEWS AGENCY. THAT RULE APPLIES SAME TO THE
PHOTOS. THE OLW SUN EDITOR: IAN RAPHAEL LOPEZ. ASSOCIATE EDITOR: LORENZO HOLANDAY III. NEWS EDITOR: JANNO LUIS
LANZONA. FEATURES: ZYREL EBALDE. POLITICAL AND OTHER AFFAIR EDITOR: HARLAN DY. THE OLW SUN PO BOX 1100 #6 5TH
AVENUE,BARANGAYSOCORRO,CUBAO,QUEZONCITY,PHILIPPINES.IFYOUHAVEANYCOMPLAINTS,ORWANTTOGIVEASTORY
E­MAILTHESTORYTOIANLOPEZ200@GMAIL.COM.THEOLWSUNISCOPYRIGHTEDANDISAPARTOFTHEFREEPRESSCOMPANY.

3 TheOLWSun September12013

DavidFrost'smost
memorableinterviews

ForGodandforthepeople
6BFIFTHAVENUE,BRGY.SOCORRO
CUBAO,QUEZONCITY1100,PHILIPPINES
ISSUENUMBER1,VOLUME5

Napolesfrenzy
WE CANNOT UNDERESTIMATE the opinions of
our readers that say that Napoles is being over
protected.
But this newspaper see it in a different way.
Our government is making a very good job in
ensuring that Napoles is being taken care of.
That treatment is just nice for her.
This is not because we are not an apolitical
newspaper.
This is because we believe that NAPOLES
HAVE TO BE ALIVE.
The government could get many information
from this pork barrel scam queen.
Andthatcouldendthecase-withthetruthbeing heard.
So our message to the netizens that are complaining: This is for the country's good.

Thisnewspaper...
UNLIKE other weekly news magazines, The
OLW Sun refers to itself as a newspaper, and as
“this newspaper” in its leaders. Also in editorials and design it really looks like a tabloid
magazine. Why?
In January 2013, a young group of students
urged the editor of this newpaper, a new
periodical he planned to launch, he described it
as “a weekly paper, to be published every
Saturday”. The first issue, which appeared on
January 28th, described itself as a “fearless and
more opinionated newspaper”. The tabloid
looks like one back in January. But as time passes
it looks like a magazine.
The OLW Sun, moreover, still considers itself
moreofanewspaperthanamagazineinspirit.Its
aim is to be a comprehensive weekly newspaper
for the world. If you are stranded on a desert
island and can have only one periodical airdropped to you to keep up with world news, our
hope is that you would choose The OLW Sun.
That goal is arguably more in keeping with the
approach of a newspaper than a magazine. The
latter term derives from the French word for
storehouse and implies a more specific
publication devoted to a particular topic, rather
than coverage of current affairs.
Just as people still talk of CC (carbon copy) emails, some expressions outlive changes in
technology.
Justlikewhenwestartedpublishingonlineonly,
the word “this newspaper” just stuck out.

APPHOTO/FILE

LONDON (AP) — Veteran British broadcaster
David Frost set a milestone in TV history when
he drew extraordinary admissions from
disgraced former President Richard Nixon in
1977. Armed with ambition, talent and a
remarkable contacts book, Frost sat down with
many other world leaders and the biggest
names in show business over half a century.
Here are some highlights from some of his most
prominentinterviews.
RICHARDNIXON,1977
Overalmost30hoursofinterviewswithNixon,
who resigned three years earlier in disgrace
over the Watergate scandal, Frost pressed the
ex-president to acknowledge and apologize for
his wrongdoing in office. Frost managed to get
thefollowingremarkableresponses.
Frost:"Ithinkpeopleneedtohearit,andIthink
unless you say it, you're going to be haunted for
therestofyourlife."
Nixon: "I let down my friends. I let down the
country. I let down our system of government
and the dreams of all those young people that
ought to get into government but will think it is
alltoocorruptandtherest.....AndIhavetocarry
thatburdenwithmefortherestofmylife."
Frost: "So what you are saying is that there are
certain situations ... where the president can
decide that it's in the best interest of the nation
orsomething,anddosomethingillegal?"
Readmore:facebook.com/olwsun

Duh,OLWSun!
l In the OLW Sun's leader, it said that it
lookedlikeamagazine.DtotheUtotheH,
itlookslikegarbage!
l Alsoitsaidthattheyhopewewillchoose
them if we are in the desert. Common
sense, board of editors. Can we go to the
desertnow? AnotherDtotheUtotheH!
l It defends the special treatment Janet
LimNapolesisallegedlygetting.DtotheU
to the H! I bet the board of editors are paid
forthis.DtotheUtotheH!
lTheboardoftheeditors,asIsee,arejust
persons who have small dreams and run
thisnewspaperjustfortheprofit! Dtothe
UtotheH!
l The OLW Sun have a secondary logo, as
what you may have been seeing. It's just
same but the letter "s" in the "sun" is cut
differently.DtotheUtotheH!TheSlooks
likeawoman'swombwhenpregnant!
lThelatebirdgetsmoreinformation. Dto
the U to the H! How dare this newspaper
makefunofNapoles!
l The OLW Sun uses its old font for its
front page headline. That font...D to the U
totheH!ItlookslikeGARBAGE!
l This is the first issue of volume 5 of the
OLW Sun. I hope they cannot be publishinganeditionasfastasthis!
l This newspaper, I repeat, is a piece of
garbage. I hope you understand that
garbageinnotgoodforyourhealth.

GARFIELD


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