No one has stopped them from lampooning the CPP in local and international platforms. But they turned their valid right to criticize into a cheap redbaiting ploy to attack activists. It is therefore not a surprise to learn that the state has used their work to develop a propaganda material and even legal evidence to persecute militant activists while praising the politics of the moderates.
Day: February 25, 2019
By DEE AYROSO
Messages of solidarity came from Hongkong, Brussels, Vancouver, and Chicago.
In this episode, Bulatlat remembers the execution of the three Filipino priests who fought the Spanish colonization. Today, church people remain under attack for standing in solidarity with the Filipino people in their struggles and aspirations.
ASKED if he caused the February 13 arrest of Rappler CEO and editor Maria Ressa, President Rodrigo Duterte said he had nothing to do with it, and that he did not “relish picking on her.” He also said he did not know Wilfredo Keng, whose complaint that he had been libeled by the online news…
Huwag masyadong umasa sa bagong teknolohiya at maging sobrang maingat sa pagbibigay ng personal na impormasyon. Kung kailangang makipag-usap sa isang tao at malapit lang naman siya, huwag nang gumamit ng high-tech na gadget at direkta nang makipagkita sa kanya. Iba pa rin ang personal na interaksyon kahit na may bagong teknolohiyang nangangako ng personal na ginhawa.
There is probably no question that the Duterte government‘s 2017-2022 plan to clean up and rehabilitate the gravely polluted Manila Bay, at the cost of P43 billion, is a most welcome, although much-delayed, development. Much-delayed because it was in 2008 that the Supreme Court granted the petition for a writ of continuing mandamus filed —…
“Our diligent study of history and our present experiences have proven that martial law has done no good to the youth or to the Filipino people in general.”