“Burying the dictator in the Libingan ng mga Bayani will not heal our wounded country.”
Month: August 2016
“Until now, we bear the trauma then we are told to forget about the past. What about us, the victims?”
‘We hope that this will be the last, but as long as civil war exists, there will still be prisoners of war.’ — Father Romeo Tagud, IFI
Today, citizens of the United States directly bear the burden of more than 150 years of warfare.
‘For the military-industrial complex and its beneficiaries, perpetual war is not necessarily bad news.’
Photo by MARK HENRY
With the new administration, Aya is hoping she and other relatives of the disappeared would get a chance to know the truth.
The CPP’s Central Committee and the NPA’s National Operational Command said the interim ceasefire takes effect today and will remain valid during the course of peace negotiations until superseded by a joint ceasefire agreement or until a notice of termination of the said ceasefire declaration takes effect.
““We will take back our lands! We will get justice.”
“This is part of our aim of providing efficient, caring, and compassionate service. In order to do this, we believe that we must also give due attention to the situation of the employees.” By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL Bulatlat MANILA — The Department of Social Welfare and Development management and the DSWD-Social Welfare Employees Association…
Rodrigo Duterte the candidate promised change across a wide spectrum of Philippine life and governance during the 2016 campaign for the presidency of the Republic. He vowed an end to the drug problem and to crime within three to six months once he assumes the presidency. Together with the elimination of red tape in government…