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Credibility and Reform Go Together

  • Friday, 20 February 2015 10:45

The calls for the President to step down before 2016 are mounting, following his supposed participation in the Mamasapano incident, which led to the death of the government’s 44 PNP-SAF troopers. In fact, Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago disclosed a coup d’état plot of some groups to forcibly removed the President from office. The National Transformation Council has called on the people to once again flock EDSA and has called almost everyone in government to resign amidst allegations of electoral fraud, dating back to 2010 and 2013.

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Ang Mamatay ng Dahil Sa(bah)?

  • Monday, 18 March 2013 06:06

We have people that we know or truly care for at the local geographic community level, in the places where we reside.  Perhaps, for some of these privileged few, you would be more than ready to offer your life if need be.  But how about to the over 90 million more “others” out there who — whether they really like it or not — are labelled as “Filipinos”?

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Honor the Fallen 44, Napeñas

  • Tuesday, 17 February 2015 00:00

THE second national address of BSA3 was essentially done to accept publicly, the resignation of suspended Chief PNP Alan Purisima. A sacrificial lamb to an arena shouting kill. It would have been more than just that had Purisima and his PR handlers given BSA3 his time under the klieg lights until the next news cycle. But alas, none of that. In the vernacular, “nagsaluhan” publicly.

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Ninoy Aquino and the EDSA 1 legacy

  • Saturday, 23 February 2013 03:50

On February 25 we commemorate the EDSA People Power Revolution, the glorious four-day peaceful revolution that toppled the Marcos dictatorship and paved the way for the restoration of democracy in the country. This momentous event is a testament to the Filipinos’ uncompromising love for freedom. Celebrating EDSA will not be complete without remembering Ninoy Aquino, the hero, the martyr; the man who laid down his life so that the Filipinos would be free.

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