“With the increasing threats of climate change President Marcos Jr. said that this is included in his top priorities. Yet he cuts the budget on departments that address this issue, we are slapped on our face by the inutility of this regime to increase their intelligence and confidential funds,” scientists group AGHAM said.
Month: October 2022
Pinoy horror as social commentary
Filmmakers have opted to use the horror and thriller genres to make us confront the social ills and fears.
Tropical storm Paeng leaves 48 dead, thousands flooded
Provinces in the south were hit the hardest while a “state of calamity” has been declared in the city of Cotabato where some 67,000 residents have been affected by the storm.
Farmers in the city | The October 21 protest
An illustrated essay on the some of the highlights of the Oct. 21 peasant rally.
Bulatlat receives CMFR’s 2022 Award of Distinction.
Rights group calls on UN expert to look into disinformation, red-tagging
Karapatan secretary general Cristina Palabay said that the red-tagging has become bold and relentless in spreading lies and terror-tagging more individuals from the media, activists and critics.
Trade union organizer out on bail, asserts not receiving complaint prior his arrest
“They have many ways to silence us, but we also have many ways to continue.”
Bulatlat receives ‘Award of Distinction’ for championing voices of the marginalized
The CMFR said it was to recognize the alternative news agency’s commitment to “keeping true to the honored tradition of the alternative press, of giving the marginalized and disempowered a voice that can be heard.”
‘Appointing ‘Tokhang cop’ as health undersecretary shows Marcos’s lack of concern for public health’
The former police chief now health undersecretary is among the brains of the bloody “Oplan Tokhang,” the drug war that former President Rodrigo Duterte waged during his administration that led to the killing of over 30,000 people.
Woman solon lauds Comelec’s junking of motions filed by red-tagging task force
“With the recent Comelec order, the NTF-ELCAC is now grasping at straws in its allegation of foreign funding, aside from clutching at concocted stories of fake rebels. We are confident that the truth will soon be affirmed and all the lies against us will be debunked.”
By DEE AYROSO