By Satur C. Ocampo At Ground Level | The Philippine Star The best step to quickly resolve the many questions why the Mamasapano operation ended in tragedy is for President Aquino to forthrightly assume responsibility as President and Commander-in-Chief. If and when he does so, P-Noy should explain the US role in the operation’s planning…
Month: February 2015
“We recognize that achieving quality education is not easy and entails a lot of resources. But, using this as a reason for the yearly increase in tuition fee can be unjust.”
“The BS Aquino regime has a highway of crimes that could no longer be ignored.”
OFWs in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia join the fight — against MERs-Cov.
“The special operation in Mamasapano, Magindanao is a U.S. operation from the start.”
The death of 44 policemen from the Special Action Forces is not the whole story in the Mamasapano fiasco, there are stories of people in the communities that were attacked.
Nanay Mameng, isang dula by Slidely Slideshow A new play that depicts the life and struggle of Carmen “Nanay Mameng” Deunida, a celebrated urban poor activist in the Philippines. Photos by JANESS ANN J. ELLAO
QUESTION EVERYTHING By Mong Palatino Bulatlat.com Some reactionaries in the bureaucracy erroneously assume that their activism in the past makes them intellectually and even morally superior over the present generation of change advocates. Some probably misjudged their bohemian lifestyle as activism or they could have lied about their political record. But there are really existing…
“The incessant military ops (military operations) in our homeland is a big violation of our constitutional rights.”