“…The best way to mark the 150th birthday of Bonifacio is to oppose a regime that has consistently put its interests ahead of Filipinos.” – KMU
Month: November 2013
“It is but a historical deja vu that the place where Bonifacio was believed to have been killed by Emilio Aguinaldo’s men, here, freedom of expression was slain 150 years after by Noynoy Aquino’s state forces.” – Vincent Silarde, Artists Arrest
“Our task is to complete the victory of the national democratic revolution Bonifacio had started.” – Roger Soluta, KMU
By RAYMUND B. VILLANUEVA
By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO Bulatlat.com MANILA — A book on the legacy and contribution of Andres Bonifacio in the people’s struggle was launched on Nov. 28, two days before the country commemorate his 150th birth anniversary. “This book is not just for you to post for your selfie or to serve as your history…
“We deserve a government that does not play with ‘human rights’ rhetoric and inflicts grave human rights violations against women and the people.”– Cristina Palabay, convener of Tanggol Bayi and Karapatan secretary general
The Aquino government has announced its plans to taper off relief distribution by January 2014.
“What greater blow can an insensitive government give to the suffering people than privatizing the only public orthopedic hospital where the poor run for treatment?” – Emma Manuel, Alliance of Health Workers
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat Perspective Three years after a strong earthquake hit Haiti, January 2010, there are still around 360,000 people living in tents that were provided as temporary shelters. People are asking: Where did the donations go? There is much to learn from the relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction efforts in Haiti. The government could…
Students of the Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology are protesting the collection of additional fees for the construction of a new school building.
QUESTION EVERYTHING? Mong Palatino? Bulatlat.com 1. The decision to adopt the acronym KKK was a radical act. The letter K was not part of the Tagalog alphabet during the time of Rizal and Bonifacio. Since Filipinos at that time were using the Spanish writing system, the letter K was represented by letter C. The Kataastaasan…