“Kung walang baril dun hindi nangyari yung may namatay at may naputukan (If there were no guns used, no one would have died or have suffered from gunshot).”
Day: April 7, 2016
“..As long as Filipino scientists and engineers are undervalued and mistreated, Filipino science and technology is doomed, and DOST might as well just send random overpriced bits of metal into space, and call it a microsatellite.”
“The Honduran government has blood on its hands with the murder of Berta Cáceres.”
“What they needed is rice and not the spin of the Liberal Party or the administration.”
MANILA — Health groups held a picket in front of the World Health Organization (WHO) office in Manila on April 7 as the world celebrates the “World Health Day.” The groups said there is nothing to celebrate on World Health Day as majority of the Filipinos are still plagued not only with chronic non-communicable diseases,…
The next time someone offers me a glass of basi, I will not refuse.
A gathering in solidarity of protesting Cotabato farmers wants to hold the whole Aquino administration accountable for the bloody dispersal.
“The actions of the Filipino police violate the rights to life and to be free from arbitrary detention enshrined in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; and the right to food guaranteed by the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.”
“The judge threw away Torres’ testimony that she was home in Biñan, Laguna when the supposed ambush happened, and that she was not a member of the NPA but of the women’s mass organization Gabriela,”
BULATLAT SPECIAL REPORT
Under a negligent government, legitimate demands will continue to bring people out of their homes and into the danger zone that is the barricade.
“The DOLE (Department of Labor and Employment) is sleeping on the case of Musahamat workers and it can no longer pretend that nothing is happening. By being silent, it is being complicit in the apparent campaign to silence the workers in Pantukan by any means possible, including murder.”