WHEN WILL THE PHILIPPINES RED LIGHT DISTRICT REOPEN – ANGELES CITY, PHILIPPINES

WHEN WILL THE PHILIPPINES RED LIGHT DISTRICT REOPEN – ANGELES CITY, PHILIPPINES

Just my thought on when they plan to reopen the Philippines red light district. If they even do reopen.

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76 comments

  1. In Panabo everyone obeys the one traffic light.. 🚦And if they don’t feel like it, they just drive up onto the sidewalk and drive around it.. 🀣 πŸ˜‚ πŸ‘πŸ»

  2. Hi Brian. I have an idea what you should do about that stop sign
    Late at night paint it Green,, add white lettering that says GO
    It will make much more sense to everyone.😁

  3. Hard for me to believe that for 500 dead people these politicians have been allowed to shut down an entire country like this. How many did they kill for shabu? Seems maybe the government is more dangerous than some virus.

  4. Angeles City Red Light districts should remain closed until the PNP clean up the illegal drugs that kill the sex workers. It is so sad to see the single mothers who do their utmost to provide for their families get their lives destroyed due to cynical heartless drug dealers.

    I know it is wishful thinking to hope PNP will do anything, since PNP Station 4 allegedly is part of the problem. With the Red-Light districts also comes crime. I had an apartment in Surla Street, and it was like a US High Security prison. 2.5-meter solid concrete wall, thick iron door, and bob-wire all around. We still did not feel safe so we moved to Baloy Beach and Barretto.

    When we lived in Baloy, we did not need to look the doors, it was so safe. We had some great years in Baloy Beach. Then Mayor “Bong” Gordon allowed opening of Gogo’s in Barretto and it ALL changed. When we left Baloy Beach, we had security locks, CCTV and a shared security guard with our neighbor. PNP Station 6 in Barretto was great, but unable to stop the drugs infesting the community. Nothing wrong with Gogo’s and girls in bikini, but the girls must be protected from illegal drugs. I talked to bar owners about it and they said outside drug dealers and addicted girls was pushing the drugs and they was frustrated too.

  5. Hi Brian, Here in the USA they been using a drug called Remdesivir in Covid-19 drug trials. It’s an antiviral medication. They’ve been having some success with it. Anyway… Enjoyed your video stay safe my friend!

  6. That stop sign is a metaphor for all laws in the Philippines. There are plenty of laws in the Philippines, the problem is executing them. Like controlling the busses along EDSA along their designated lanes. Every so often that is a flurry of policing and tickets being issued to the busses. This lasts for a few weeks and then it reverts to the normal state with the busses driving where the h*** they like. Its de Pilipines

  7. Salamat po thank you you Brian and lLot Lot and Hannah Grace take care and stay safe β€πŸ™πŸ‘β€πŸ™πŸ‘β€πŸ™πŸ‘

  8. I’m amazed to see how busy Angeles is in the middle of the so called lock down. I think this how the lockdown will end in the Philippines it will just fizzle out as people tire of following it and police tire or enforcing it

  9. Looks like a ghost town everybody. In quarantine everyone friendly saying hello to you Brian take care and stay safe β€πŸ™πŸ‘β€πŸ™πŸ‘β€πŸ™πŸ‘

  10. From what I understand the Philippines is shut down .. if your not married or have a citizenship kind of visa you can’t come here for a few years

  11. The globalist are trying to destroy there economy This whole bs virus is nothing but a power play .Videos are coming out daily about New York fake hospital victims and there setup in the park is a staged event

  12. Thank u for boots on the ground. Stop sign just a suggestion. Didn’t see much social distancing. Bars can’t comply with GCQ. You, Lot, and HG stay safe and healthy.

  13. yeah the bars may be underground… United States prohibition when alcohol was illegal back in the early 1900’s they had under ground bars, like you said if there is a will there is a way.

  14. If you haven’t figured it out by now, the bars have been going down hill since about 2012. Many fun bars were sold out to the Koreans because many of the Western owners grew tired of all the b.s. ie: raids. With that came the increase in social media via apps to find your hookups. It seemed like a win-win for both customer and client. I don’t know anyone who has paid a bar fine in many years. Greed, poor attitudes by staff, and dancers that are over-weight and could scare the devil has turned the once fun-loving bars into morgues as far as I’m concerned. If they come back, it will actually be worse off than when they recently shut down.

  15. Why you pointing other people out on the walking street because you can’t go? Alway quick to point someone else out when it don’t work for you huh?

  16. 7:30 tells you all you need to know about the local politicians. Why close down a street that has no businesses open? MMM what would they be trying to do? Where are the local Filipino patriots to file lawsuits to uncover this? Stop believing the scam sheep.

  17. The lady boys i’m not againts what they are but Stay away tgey dont have facemask πŸ˜† .. 2:34 PNP. They dont stop. They enter even in a No enter sign. they counter flow in a one way rd. They park in a no Parking. They turn left where there is a no left turn sign. And the worst they drive without a license. πŸ™„

  18. a little on the freaky side there ‘eh…………well, I suppose everybody’s gotta be something…….I think I’ll be tired and try to forget.

  19. Thanks for doing in the walk through balibago. As its the first of the month I imagine a lot of people would be at the Padilla/Western union to pick up their remittances from the OFWs still working abroad.

  20. I take it the Korean owners of the bars are not paying bribes anymore so no one allowed to walk down the street.
    No corruption in the philippines, just like no road rules.

  21. Stop signs in Australia are a cash cow for police , our police love Filipino car drivers loll.The whole worlds economy has been taken apart ,i could of never imagined this .

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