‘A VERY MINOR BLOGGER’ | Watch: Du30 supporter Sass Sasot confronts journo over BBC feature on PAB’s Jover Laurio

Avid Duterte supporter and blogger Sass Rogando Sasot (right) confronts BBC's Richard Head (left) Monday afternoon, November 13, 2017, at the International Media Center in Pasay City during the ASEAN Summit. Photo by Camille Aguinalod, InterAksyon
(UPDATED – 3:09 p.m.) MANILA, Philippines — Staunch Duterte supporter and blogger Sass Rogando Sasot confronted British Broadcasting Corp. Southeast Asia correspondent Richard Head Monday afternoon at the International Media Center in Pasay City, where local and foreign reporters were covering the ASEAN Summit, raising questions about BBC supposedly giving a “minor blogger” and Duterte critic Jover Laurio a platform on the international media network.

Sasot and Head came across each other when the latter approached Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson to greet her, who was with Sasot.

“Tell me, Mr. Jonathan, how is it possible that Jover Laurio, a very minor blogger in the Philippines, was featured by the BBC in order to defend herself against the people who outed her identity, but not someone like me whose social media following is way, way higher than her, whose Facebook engagement is way, way higher than her, and who you have even interacted on Facebook?” Sasot asked.

Laurio is behind Pinoy Ako Blog, which is often critical about the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.

“I know that in order for you to be interviewed by a big platform like BBC, you should have been given access. It’s either that you were really, really famous, that you are a decision-maker of a country, you are a celebrity, and you’re gonna be given this platform. But Jover Laurio is none of that. The only link to that is that she is being protected, sponsored, financed probably by the Liberal Party of the Philippines,” Sasot added.

Head repeatedly said that he would rather continue the conversation with Sasot elsewhere.

“We can have this conversation for a very long time. Can we find time over where we actually can engage and talk together?” he asked.

They then asked for each other’s schedules and found that Sasot is going to Davao on Tuesday, while Head will be in Manila until Wednesday.

The conversation returned to the topic of Laurio, and Sasot said that Pinoy Ako Blog “was slandering and libeling people along the way, especially those who are critical of the Vice President of the Philippines.”

She added, “And the BBC and the international media do not care about this anger. All you care about is whether is the president has a paid troll network or not. And you have insulted not just me but millions of followers and supporters of the president.”

“Do you know that a lot of overseas Filipino workers are doing everything in order to combat the lies being peddled by mainstream media, including Rappler, Inquirer, ABS-CBN?” she continued. “And I know that international media is only getting its feed from these people because they have power, resources, and connections to do this. You know, a lot of people are insulted that you are only covering one side of the story.”

“That’s not true,” Head replied. “We have covered many sides.”

Sasot also said the media (it is unclear if she was referring to the BBC) also compromised her safety by publishing her address.

Despite the tension, with Sasot even bursting into tears at one point, the two ended on a polite note.

“It’s nice to talk to you,” Head said.

“Yeah, nice to talk to you,” Sasot replied.

Watch the video: Sass Sasot in a confrontation with BBC's Richard Head


Protesters vs Trump, 6 cops hurt in dispersal; ralliers to return Tuesday

Water cannons are used by Manila police to disperse the protesters on Monday. (contributed photo)
MANILA – (UPDATE, 3:30 P.M) Dozens of protesters and six policemen were injured Monday when security forces forcibly dispersed, with truncheons and water cannons, a phalanx of anti-Trump activists who were trying to advance nearer the US Embassy as the 31st ASEAN Summit and related meetings opened a few kilometers away.

Militant groups and police authorities quickly traded accusations about who started the violence, with Manila police – backed by NCRPO chief Gen. Oscar Albayalde – saying video and drone footage clearly showed protesters rushing a police unit at the corner of Taft Avenue and Padre Faura to breach through a cordon leading to Roxas Boulevard, which was in total lockdown for the Summit events.

The event drew quick condemnation from the organizers of the ASEAN Civil Society Conference/ASEAN People’s Forum, which had been under way in Quezon City since the weekend, as a gathering of Southeast Asian peoples in parallel with their governments.

“We condemn the violent dispersal of a peaceful demonstration by people’s organizations and social movements against the ASEAN Summit and East Asia Summit as represented by Heads of States and governments that have imposed on the peoples of Southeast Asia a development model that has increased social inequalities and violated the human rights of the people,” said a statement sent to media by Dr. Ed Tadem, co-convenor of the ACSC/APF Philippine National Organizing Committee.

One of the protest leaders in Manila, former party-list representative Teddy Casiño, said in a radio interview that despite the dispersal, the mass actions will continue, and in fact, “we have a concluding activity tomorrow (Tuesday),” when most of the 31st ASEAN Summit, the East Asia Summit and related meetings are scheduled to end.

“Hindi na magpipilit na lumapit sa US embassy or PICC. Apat na araw na natin sinubukan [Protesters will no longer attempt to get near the US Embassy or the PICC],” Casiño said, referring to the attempts of various rally groups since Friday to mount protests near the two sites: the embassy, because of the visit of US President Donald Trump, and the Philippine International Convention Center, venue of most summit meetings.

Casiño said, “Ang isang pinag-iisipan na venue ay [One venue being considered is] Mendiola,” the historic street leading to Malacañang. He said they didn’t expect to be shooed away from Mendiola, since neither President Rodrigo Duterte and US President Trump are expected to be there on Tuesday.

The more important thing to accomplish, he explained, is to send the message that people condemn the “pagkatuta ni Duterte kay Trump [Duterte’s being a lapdog of Trump].”

Is this a peaceful rally? Albayalde asks protesters

At least six policemen were injured when ralliers rushed a civil distubance management unit of the Philippine National Police at the corner of Taft Avenue and Padre Faura Street, drone video provided by authorities showed.

Security forces were then prompted to train water cannons to stop the advancing protesters.

According to Chief Supt. Joel Coronel, Manila Police District director, “May anim [na pulis] na nasugatan dahil sa skirmish. Usually bruises at contusions. Naka-deploy pa rin sila; walang uwian dito kahit nasugatan. Binigyan ng first aid. Kahapon mayroon na po nahuli, na nagpilit [six cops got hurt, usually bruises and contusions. They remain deployed, no one goes home despite the injuries. Yesterday we already arrested some people who insisted on breaking through the security cordon].”.

Police director Oscar Albayalde, chief of the NCRPO, questioned the militant’s claims that they were only holding a peaceful mass action. “Pinupukpok [They were hitting the cops], video will show. What do you call that, a peaceful rally?”

Nonetheless, Albayalde said the security teams “are prepared for this. We prepared for the worst case.”

Albayalde said he was satisfied with the cops’ performance. “As you could see, none from our ranks retaliated. despite their injuries. This one has wounds, it’s swollen, see? And yet he doesn’t complain. You call this peaceful?”

The NCRPO chief also warned foreigneers joining the street protests “they can be deported” as “undesireable aliens” and they cannot return to the country.

He said those arrested had been trying to get to the PICC and the US embassy, “which we cannot allow. Naka-lock down Roxas Boulevard; nagpipilitan pa rin. Sinasaktan mga pulis para sila makalusot.They can conduct rally in a peaceful manner. Pero manakit ng tao, di na tama.”

Holding the rallies per se will not be stopped by the PNP, even if they do them overnight, said Albayalde. “They can stay forever if they want to. Pakiusapa natin, maging mahinahon at huwag maging bayolente. Di na makakalampas mga yan.”

The PNP-CIDG will file charges against the protesters they arrested.

Protests elsewhere

While the militants have been focused on the US embassy and Trump, protest materials sent out for ASEAN week by other left-leaning groups have uniformly slammed “the US, China, and other imperialist states,” accusing them of being “in collusion to break down tariff and trade barriers and to push for all-out liberalization, and for unlimited plunder of our resources and further exploitation of labor.”

This framing, by Kabataan Representative Sarah I. Elago, predicted dire repercussions on young Filipinos. “For the youth, this also spells the seamless transfer and sellout of intellectual capital for the students and youth, as our education system is shaped to further meet the demands of their market through reforms such as K-to-12 and the academic calendar shift,” Elago said.

“Despite Duterte’s fake patriotic gestures and advances towards China and Russia, the US and the Philippines are warming up. Duterte’s meeting with Trump will rubber stamp his aspirations of a fascist dictatorship, in exchange for the opening up of US military bases for Balikatan exercises and other operations,” she added.

Earlier, similar protests were held in Clark Field, where about half of the world leaders and top officials attending the ASEAN events flew in at the weekend via the Clark International Airport.

Clark used to hold a major American air base – one of the US’ most important outside the mainland – which became its bulwark in the Asia-Pacific alongside the Subic naval base in Olongapo City. The US bases were ousted by a US Senate vote in 1991, ending nine decades of American military presence.

According to the Kilusan para sa Pambansang Demokrasya (KILUSAN) which led a protest rally at the Clark Gate in Angeles City, Pampanga, “Trump’s visit to Asia is to toughen the US’ Asia Pivot and further with its wars of aggression. A continuation of the US imperialist’s survival and its rivalry with China.

“While this year’s ASEAN will only reinforce the interests of every state to continue with the neoliberal policies and strengthen the competition between the US, China and other capitalist countries. It will not tackle the real people’s issues.”


DOT relaunches bring home a friend program

SAN FRANCISCO -- The successful 1994 program under President Fidel Ramos of the Department of Tourism (DOT) started by then Secretary Mina Gabor has been relaunched to help the department to reach its target of 7 million visitors for 2017.
On hand to lead in the relaunched in the San Francisco Philippine Consulate Kalayaan Hall with Philippine Tourism Director Pura Molintas was DOT Undersecretary Katherine De Castro who asked Filipino Americans to become sponsors and tourism ambassadors of friends to visit the Philippines.
“The program of the Secretary Gabor was so successful it ran for three years and since present Secretary Wanda Teo was one of those who availed of the successful program, she decided to bring it back,” de Castro shared. “Most of those who have availed of this so far are from the Middle East and hopefully North American participants will catch up to the number of Middle East sponsors soon. Some of reasons why U.S. Filipinos have not yet sponsored so much is that we have recently launched it here and it is mainly on Facebook that we launched full blast. But in the next few months we will be launching the program more through traditional media and hopefully see a surge in interest from North America.”
De Castro also allayed fears on security concerns saying that there is more police visibility, people feel safer in the streets with the ongoing drug war that somehow results to getting a feel that President Rodrigo Duterte is serious in providing security not just for Filipinos but also for those who are visiting the Philippines..
Director Molintas advised would-be sponsors to log on to inviteafriend.com and invite as many friends as they like, accept the guest or invitee who must be a foreign passport holder and must not be a resident of the Philippines six months prior to the trip and travel the Philippines and enjoy the islands. Anyone can be a sponsor as long as you are a Filipino of legal age or a foreign expatriate living in the Philippines permanently or temporarily for six months.
“After the travel is completed, the sponsor or invitee should complete the registration process where proff of travel is needed in joining the program to possibly win the prizes of which major ones include a condo unit in Metro Manila from Megaworld Corporation, a brand-new Toyota Vios and a gift certificate from Duty Free Philippines worth P200,000 which are far bigger than ever before,” Molintas beamed. “Proof of travel may be plane ticket or boarding pass which are important because electronic entries will depend on invitee’s point of origin.”
Sponsors may get 1 ticket for invitees from Asia, 2 tickets for invitees from Australia and 3 tickets for those invitees from Europe, the U.S. and Africa while promo’s first leg runs from October 15 to April 15
Foreign visitors, on the other hand, stand to win business class round-trip international flight tickets and tour packages to Palawan, Cebu and Davao.
After six months a winner will be chosen via an electronic draw.
Deputy Consul General Jaime Ascalon expressed excitement on the program because it supports the consulate’s movement to spark, connect and empower the Filipino American community and their efforts to provide platforms to promote the Philippines our culture and our heritage.
“This year, Boracay, Cebu and the Visayan islands and Palawan were declared as the best islands the world. Foreigners openly acknowledged the natural beauty of our country. Through our program we are launching tonight we give people especially the youth and millenials the opportunity to see for themselves why our islands are garnering the accolades and why we are relentless in inviting them to come home. Through their visit we hope to empower the youth to be partners in nation building by bringing home friends and sharing with them the natural beauty of the Philippines. So let us bring home a friend and show them the beauty and charm of the islands in our country,” urged Ascalon.


Duterte sets aside P500M for treatment, housing of injured soldiers

MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte has set aside P500 million for wounded and disabled soldiers, including those who fought in Marawi City.
Speaking to Philippine Marines on Tuesday, November 7, Duterte said he already ordered the release of the funds to build homes for the soldiers and pay for their treatment and recuperation.
"The other day, I told Defense Secretary Lorenzana that I’d be releasing P500 million for the wounded and disabled soldiers, just for them," he said.
The President ordered the National Housing Authority to build houses near cities where soldiers can stay as they recover from their injuries or adjust to their disability.
"I’ll build something like a convalescence village near urban cities, where the soldiers can have a better access to the hospitals and of course the training for the prosthesis," said Duterte.
Assuring soldiers "there is life after Marawi," the President cited the case of South African sprint runner Oscar Pistorius who competed in the Olympics despite having no legs below the knee.
Pistrorius has been dubbed "Blade Runner" since he uses blade-like carbon-fiber prosthetics to run. Pistorius also gained infamy for killing his girlfriend in 2013.
"I guarantee them that for those who are really wanting to stand again, the use of prosthesis and titanium – the best example is the Blade Runner who killed his lover, but he was a very good runner using titanium," said Duterte.
The President also repeated his promise to raise the salaries of law enforcers.
He vowed that by January, the military, police, and members of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology and Bureau of Fire Protection would see an "almost double" increase in their salaries.
The speech did not end without Duterte again vowing his total support for the military and police.
"I love my soldiers and I love my police and you can be very sure that I am there when the moment needs me. 'Andiyan ako sa tabi ninyo (I am there, by your side)," said the Commander-in-Chief.
During an event earlier that day, Duterte also conferred the Order of Lapu-Lapu, rank of Kampilan upon 5 soldiers wounded in Marawi. – Rappler.com


Duterte seeks to reopen talks with Left

MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte wants to revive the collapsed peace talks with the communist underground movement, but under terms that may cause the Left to balk and say, “No, thanks.”
Under the Duterte administration, the talks had actually reached a fifth round when the communists suddenly decided to scrap further communication. Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Ma. Sison even said that there will be no resumption of talks as long as Mr. Duterte was president. Each side blamed the other for attacks that undermined the talks.
In a press briefing in Davao City on Tuesday, Oct. 31 where the president arrived after a two-day official visit to Japan, he said he wanted to “continuously talk” with the Left. The president appeared to change his mind from his earlier stand that to continue peace talks with the rebels would just be “a waste of the people’s money.”
He offered New People’s Army (NPA) rebels a package of jobs and houses on one condition – surrender.
“ I am addressing myself to all the soldiers of the New People’s Army. Mag-surrender na lang kayo ngayon at ibaba ninyo ang inyong baril o i-surrender ninyo,” he said, “May trabaho kayo naghihintay. I am building, all throughout the country, almost 5,000 sa National Housing Authority.”
On Wednesday, Nov. 1, Labor Secretary and chief government peace negotiator Silvestre Bello III said President Duterte’s daughter, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte had already set the stage for the resumption of peace talks on a national level by meeting with the Left from Davao.
Mayor Duterte recently created the Davao City Peace Committee to negotiate with the NPA in her city.
President Duterte said he was supportive of the move of his daughter.
On May 27, Mr. Duterte said he longer wanted to talk with the communists after a series of attacks on soldiers and a Presidential Security Group convoy in various parts of the country.
Backchannel talks with the National Democratic Front were also scrapped.
But on Tuesday evening, Mr. Duterte said he was “not ready to give up” the peace talks with the communists.
“Fifty years in the making, then you are another 50 years. We can talk continuously with the left. I am not about ready to give up everything and anything in the, in the altar of peace for our country,” he said. “I do not fight them with money or… I’m just saying na kung mag-surrender kayo, ayaw na ninyo gusto ng patayan, or pumatay ng kapwa mo Pilipino, mag-surrender ka na. Bigyan kita ng bahay automatic, at bigyan kita ng trabaho.”
Secretary Bello said he was hopeful on the resumption of the peace talks.
“The prospect of a resumption (peace talks) is very bright. We are just waiting for the final instruction from the President,” Bello said in a GMA News TV interview.


‘Balangiga: Howling Wilderness’ is a morbid and surreal take on PHL-US war

Controversy crept on "Balangiga: Howling Wilderness" following its premiere at the 2017 Quezon City International Film Festival (QCinema).
To Director Khavn De La Cruz's consternation, QCinema changed the film's rating from general patronage to R13 "without due process." The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) also condemned the slaughter of animals in the film, and said it was a violation of the Animal Welfare Act.
Despite this, "Balangiga: Howling Wilderness" won the Best Picture award in the film fest. This begs the question: Do the good things outweigh the bad?
First, it has to be said that the story contains more lows than highs. Having been set in 1901 Samar during the war and occupation of the United States in the Philippines, this should not come as a surprise.
The story revolved specifically around the aftermath of one of the darker periods in Philippine history: the Balangiga Massacre.
It follows the journey of 8-year-old Kulas, his grandfather, and a child they discovered in the carnage, as they fled Balangiga following US General Jacob Smith's order to kill everyone over 10 years old. American forces were retaliating due to the killing of nearly 50 soldiers by the hands of the townspeople.
The piece of history it's based on is no doubt violent, but the film did a good job of expressing the horrors of that time period in a unique and beautiful way.
The film was a daring experiment in contrast. It began and ended with a dream-like tone, and kept up a quietly haunting mood throughout. The dialogue was minimal, the sound effects unobtrusive, which had the effect of making the carnage unsettling in effect. Scenes were a mix of beautiful shots of the countryside, and gruesome portrayals of the massacre that occurred.
Actual scenes of violence were limited, most of them revolving on livestock, as mentioned by PAWS. Maybe they violated the law, maybe not, but the scenes were definitely sickening.
The slaughter of animals, the display of corpses, the brutality of deaths — all of these served to jerk back viewers from the surreal quality the film takes on. The movie managed to keep the audience at the edge of their seats, anticipating the next horrors, the next struggles the characters will face. At some point, it felt as if their painfully slow journey will never end.
Eventually, you realize there is no end — their struggle began long before the film started, and ended long after the credits rolled. You were just privy to those moments that showed what it was like to be caught in the crossfire.
For all its issues, "Balangiga: Howling Wilderness" deserves applause for at least capturing that. — AT, GMA News


105 undocumented OFWs repatriated from UAE

A total of 105 OFWs arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) on Wednesday after spending years being undocumented in the United Arab Emirates, GMA News' Trisha Zafra reported on Balitanghali.
The OFWs who arrived via Philippine Airlines flight no. PR657 were victims of illegal recruitment or were abused by their employers while working in Abu Dhabi.
Sara Arriola, Foreign Affairs Undersecretary for Migrant Workers Affairs, said this was the biggest batch of distressed OFWs repatriated in 2017 under the Balik Pilipinas, Balik Kabuhayan program.
Prior to this, 700 OFWs with similar cases were sent home in batches from Abu Dhabi.
Each OFW will receive $100 in immediate cash assistance and may apply for a P15,000 livelihood assistance grant as part of the government's reintegration program.
According to the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, there are 120 other distressed OFWs left at the POLO shelter in Abu Dhabi that they are trying to repatriate before the holiday season.
Most of the repatriates were forced to seek overseas employment through illegal recruiters to help their families, and were underpaid and overworked once they arrived in the Middle East.
OFWs had to escape their employers and seek refuge with the Abu Dhabi Philippine Overseas Labor Office, where most had to wait for years before they were repatriated.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and OWWA sponsored the flights of the OFWs.
Both agencies are ready to coordinate with other government agencies to bring the OFWs' recruiters to justice should they choose to pursue legal action. — GMA News


Trillanes on Roque: ‘Parang nasapian ng masamang espirito’

Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Wednesday hit incoming presidential spokesperson Harry Roque over the latter’s recent remarks to President Rodrigo Duterte’s critics.
“Ito si Cong. Roque, nasama lang kay Duterte, bigla na lang parang nasapian ng masamang espirito,” Trillanes said in a text message to GMA News Online.
Trillanes’ statement was in response to Roque’s remark warning critics of Duterte that he would not take their vilification campaign against the chief executive sitting down.
Trillanes is one of Duterte’s staunchest critics.
Roque had warned Duterte’s detractors that he was ready to counter with adobe bricks and hollow blocks if they would throw stones at the President.
“At binibigyan ko na po ng notice ang mga walang hiya diyan na naninira lamang. Kung dati-rati hindi kayo nababato, ngayon po maghanda na kayo, dahil kapag kayo ay nambato, hindi lang po bato ang itatapon ko sa inyo, hollow blocks,” Roque said.
GMA News Online has sought the comment of Roque to Trillanes’ comment but has yet to respond as of posting time.
But in a Balitanghali report, Roque explained his “threat” against the President’s critics.
“I was speaking to Mocha Uson’s audience, which is different from the audience of this body. I’m talking about individuals who have made it a hobby to lambast the administration,” Roque said.
“I’m not just a spokesperson, but I’m a trained litigator. If I have to, I will defend [the President] with very much passion,” he added.
Duterte announced the appointment of Roque, incumbent Kabayan party-list representative, on October 28. Roque is set to assume his post on November 6.
Roque replaces outgoing presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella.
“It is clear that the President has very sure instincts and that PS Roque meets his expectations,” Abella earlier said. — GMA News


Roque: I won’t curse, but I’ll scream a lot

Incoming presidential spokesperson and Kabayan party-list Representative Harry Roque on Wednesday said he was not the type of person who would curse like President Rodrigo Duterte, but he would scream a lot.
"It's not my nature to curse but I like screaming, and I will scream a lot," Roque said in a report on GMA News TV's Balitanghali on Wednesday.
Roque also said his tandem with Duterte would be "explosive."
"I'm even more controversial than him. So together we will be explosive," he said.
Moreover, Roque also explained his threat to throw hollow blocks at Duterte's critics in a video uploaded by Presidential Communications Operations Office.
"I was speaking to Mocha Uson's audience, which is different from the audience of this body. I'm talking about individuals who have made it a hobby to lambast the administration," he said.
"I'm not just a spokesperson, but I'm a trained litigator. If I have to, I will defend [the President] with very much passion," he added.
Before he entered politics, Roque had made it to the headlines as a human rights advocate.
In a radio interview over the weekend, Roque said he would not change his ways even if Duterte appointed him as his spokesperson.
"Eh napakalaki po ng aking bunganga so iyan ang sabi ko kay Presidente, 'Paano iyan pareho tayong malaki ang mga bibig.' Ang sabi niya, sabi ko sa kaniya, 'Maging liability mo ako.' Ang sabi niya, ‘Okay lang iyan marami akong asset eh,so kahit liability kita,'" he said.
Roque will have his first briefing in Malacañang on Thursday. — GMA News


Duterte hopes China will honor promise not to build structures in disputed waters

President Rodrigo Duterte is holding on to China’s promise to him that it would not build structures in disputed maritime areas in the West Philippine Sea.
“China has put it on record that near the Pag-asa, where we also have our bay there, the Scarborough Islands [sic], China has committed to us not to build anything there and I hope that they would honor that commitment to us,” he said in a press conference following his arrival in Davao City from a two-day official visit to Japan late Tuesday night.
“I hope and I pray. I do not want to create something here, which is not good for us. For all us,” he added.
Duterte said that he has a plan in case China breaks its promise, but that in the meantime, the best move is to let the diplomats talk.
“I cannot imagine myself getting involved in a violent and almost a suicide action. We are—you can read all the legal treaties there claiming this and claiming that,” he said.
“But the problem, I said, is I do not want to criticize the big powers now because it was really of their own making,” he added.
The President also said that for his part, his commitments made on behalf of a sovereign state were commitments with honor.
“Anything less than that, you lost the respect of… They probably would not have the time to—or anybody inviting us for a talk and about, discuss giving aid and assistance to the country,” he said.
In August, Duterte said that China told him they were not building anything on Sandy Cay, which was near the Philippine-controlled Pag-asa Island.
In February, former Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr. said that China promised the Philippines that it would not build structures on Scarborough Shoal.
In May, the Philippines and China launched the bilateral consultative mechanism on the sea row. — GMA News

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