“The killings of Pangadas, Vinas and Suganob bring to light the continuous attack and atrocities being committed by state forces against indigenous and peasant communities.”
Month: March 2019
Renante Gamara, NDFP peace consultant for the National Capital Region, was arrested by the Regional Special Operations Unit of the National Capital Region Police Office-Philippine National Police, Philippine Army and intelligence agents last night and was first brought to Camp General Pantaleon Garcia in Imus, Cavite.
“He has always schemed to use the armed conflict as an excuse for carrying out martial law nationwide and for railroading charter change to a bogus kind of federalism in order to realize and impose fascist dictatorship on the Filipino people.”
By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO Bulatlat.com MANILA – A group of farm workers held a protest action today, March 21, in front of the Department of Agrarian Reform in Quezon City to decry the continuing expansion of plantations in the country instead of providing much-needed subsidies for farm inputs. In what appears to be a…
“What we have seen so far is that the government is not serious in improving the agricultural industry in the country.”
“Even more outstandingly ironic is that we as international lawyers made time to see things firsthand on the reported attacks on our peers and brethren out of genuine concern and who in good faith humbly put forward concrete recommendations for consideration by the authorities are ourselves the object of attack.”
“The more serious the crime, the less serious the investigation.”
KONTEKSTO Danilo Araña Arao Hindi na kailangang ipaliwanag kung bakit mahalaga ang tubig. Ginagamit ito sa paglilinis, pagluluto at paglalaba. Kung maliligo o magsesepilyo, may tubig pa ring makokonsumo. Kaya nga napakalaking abala kung mawawalan ng suplay nito, lalo na kung napakahabang oras na walang tubig at natapat pa sa oras ng almusal, tanghalian o…
By DEE AYROSO
“The Duterte government is run by pathological liars and militarists who are corrupt to the core, able to subvert laws and mechanisms to evade accountability.”
Focusing on just Manila Water diverts the issue away from privatization as the central issue in, and underlying reason behind, the artificial shortage. As such, it also has the effect of absolving government of responsibility when in fact, the biggest accountability in all this lies with government for abandoning its duty to ensure water for the people.