Progressives, the marginalized, and the poor have often drawn much undeserved flak for purportedly not following the “laws” of the land. Why are they fighting for their homes sitting on lands that are not theirs? Why can’t they follow the demolition notice? Why are they holding rallies? Why can’t they just look for jobs? The…
Month: October 2018
‘We will go hungry, die from worse flooding’ if SMC buries part of Manila Bay for land projects – fisherfolk
In August the fisherfolk also complained that some old growth mangroves in three sitios of Barangay Taliptip in Bulakan were cut down without proper permits.
Unlike in past typhoons, the flood was higher and stayed longer, and the surges hit stronger, carrying off the sand at the top of the soil.
“We, the children of activists, were also part of the struggle.”
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“What we are sure of, however, is how this alleged destabilization plot remains a dangerous maneuver to legitimize the political persecution and attacks against critics of this administration.”
Based on the Coastal Resource Management Project conducted by scientist group AGHAM, 670 kilos of fish catch will be lost for every hectare of mangrove that will be damaged.
National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) consultant Adelberto Silva and four companions were arrested Monday afternoon in Sta. Cruz, Laguna.
“No trail of blood left by this murderous regime will be forgotten.”
Bayan-GL condemned the arrest, “targeting members of organizations actively pursuing the call for genuine land reform and national industrialization.”
By DEE AYROSO