THE official website of President Benigno Aquino III was flooded with several ludicrous and insulting messages.

In the Facebook account of the President at www.president.gov.ph, several persons posted messages apparently mocking the President.

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A post from certain Fang Prince Mackaroo said: “puede bang itanong ito sa PeNoy page: 1. kanino sya mas interesado: kay Shalani o kay Paquito? 2. kami ang boss mo: pahingi ng load 3. ano ang nangyari kay kris....”

Lemoon Stareik meanwhile was even asking for the cigarette brand of the President.

“Mr. President, ano bang brand ng yosi nyo? ayaw mong i-try yung local natin? Presenting! DRIED BANANA leaf, masmalasa yung sa lakatan... try nyo walang binatbat yang Cuban cigar na yan. at more or less nasa .5% tar lang. o takbo na sa sagingan!!! Hahahaha.”

Aquino’s spokesperson Sonny Coloma admitted that they cannot strain messages posted in the President’s website but they have the discretion to delete it especially if it is offensive.

The President’s site was not able to avoid jejemon language having post like: “eow pow mr,precidence msta na po u me oey lang good bye”.

Majority of comments appealed to continue Sannguniang Kabataan (SK) and barangay elections in October.

From Cherrie Ann Jagmis: “simula na ngah sana ang pagba2go sa ating bansa kaya dapat matuloy po ang brgy. & SK election para mag bago na tlaga... para maalis na ang ibang mag corrupt na pulitiko. sa bawat lugar, simulan na ang pagbabago.”

To date, the Facebook of Aquino has 15,215 members.

With almost thousands of posts in the website, several users questioned how the President was able to reply from all the messages.

One Botong Mulala asked: “Mr. President, talaga bang binabasa ang mga posts sa page na ito? Papaano namin malalaman na binabasa mo o ng staff mo - wala kasing feedback mechanism. O baka pampapogi lang ang page na ito sa iyo, para lang masabing nakikinig ka sa mga boss mo. Kaninang madaling araw, meron akong pinost - hangga ngayon, walang sagot. Kailan ka sasagot?”

President Aquino launched his personal website to maintain his connection to public.

This is part of the transparency policy of the Aquino administration. (Jill Beltran/Sunnex)