Ang Dating Daan + Adherent

Religious bias and sensationalism in Philippine media

Posted on: 09/09/2008

The tabloid media are widely used in the religious feud between the Eraño Manalo’s Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) and Bro. Eli Soriano of the Ang Dating Daan.  Recently, the broadsheets are seen the latest participants in this propaganda by Soriano’s detractors and critics.

Tabloid newspapers are generally sensationalistic and biased in the Philippines.  Usually, facts and information are muddled with gossips and controversies.  The Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippine Star, and Philippine Journal

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6 Responses to "Religious bias and sensationalism in Philippine media"

You know, very rarely that the side of Preacher Soriano is aired in Philippine media. Most of the time, the smear campaign against him is really filled with malice and dubious data.

Worst still, the national dailies in my country are swayed and can be influenced by the powerful sects, most of which are against Bro. Soriano because he bravely exposes the shenanigans and corrupt practices in these groups such as the Church founded by Felix Manalo.

Here is an article, posted eight months ago by Christian Post online about the extent of discrimination being hurled against Bro. Soriano and his group, Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path).

Follow the link here:

We are seeing more of this thing nowadays, crap that is being fed by media to the public. And Bro. Eli Soriano is a victim of this crap.

Personally, I see media as the problem at the social level. The core of today’s “journalism” has become profit, and not service in truth and impartiality.

People who have become accustomed to seeing newspapers with photos of nude women, or advertisements, or unworthy stories, have lost their capacity to gauge what is worth their time to read. They cannot even suspect anymore that they are in fact in a type of hypnosis, processed through a deformed structure of media and journalism.

What they are being fed is not worthy to be called information or news; they are crap. They sensationalize showbiz stories and scandals because that is what’s profitable and in demand to people whose information-absorbing ability has been perverted.

In expense of letting the readers be informed first of what matters most in society, money comes first nowadays. Media is business. So is “journalism.”

This is how they are able to attack Bro. Eli Soriano unceasingly through reports that cannot be checked for accuracy. You know what they say, “Accusation is enough.” That means to say, it is enough to destroy one’s good reputation.

And speaking of MONEY, when I say TRILLIONAIRE Manalo, what needs to say more? Money means power. It is the fuel of today’s media.

The equation cannot be made more obvious.

INC of manalo is an evil organization. using money that he robbed to his members and doing so many demolition job against Bro. Eli Soriano and the Iglesia ng Diyos.

Evil men like Manalo will never win.!!

Yeah….The best is still to come.

It is destined to the Christians.


expect the worst.

but never loose hope.

for the best is still to come.

what can you expect here in the Philippines? If you have power, money, and influence you can easily put down a good man.

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