Rageldo Dimagiba was a notable journalist from the Philippines. He has been a Citizen for 3 months but he was banned for uncertain reasons. He represented Luzon in the Congress in the Philippines, he won the March 25 Congressional Election.
- Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Coconut
- Member of Philippines for the Filipinos
- Served in the Philippine Congress
- One of the Executive Directors of Pearl of the Orient Corp., the first 100% Filipino owned company.
Rageldo Dimagiba gained recognition through his editorial, The Daily Coconut. On March 25, 2009, Dimagiba, reaped 8 votes from the people of Luzon, being the the top voted congressional candidate in the Philippines. He was supporting the Philippines for the Filipinos, for his belief that true Filipino players must be in control of the Philippines.
News Writing Career
Dimagiba started his writing career when he was still in eUK, he named his newspaper The Daily Coconut but renamed it later to The Coconut.
His first serious article was about South Africa and Australia as he was concerned about there situation, partly occupied by Indonesia. He was also providing the South East Asian region East Asian news bits. His latest article with the collaboration with Swagger McSwag was about tanks and fighter planes he's suggesting to the Admins.
Dimagiba was one of the founding fathers of the National Press Club of the Philippines, although the organization officially started after his death.
The Coconut reached 59 subscribers before Dimagiba was banned.
Rageldo Dimagiba supported the idea of social capitalism as political stance and believed socialism and capitalism can co-exist together. Social capitalism states that a strong social network to support the poor enhances capital profits. By decreasing poverty, capital market participation is enlarged.
Reincarnation - Mr. Dimagiba 2.0
On April 11, 2009 Rageldo Dimagiba decided to make another character, Mr. Dimagiba 2.0.