“Aside from unilaterally revising the law and reinterpreting it to suit one’s draconian fetishes, to label legitimate and legal people’s actions is a foreboding of worse things to come,” the NUPL said.
By RENAN ORTIZ
By RENAN ORTIZ
Members of Sikad perform Romulo Sandoval’s 1977 poem, ‘Ang Mga Kriminal’ (The Criminals) during a protest action against Duterte’s war on drugs, Sept. 13 in Manila.
In a symbolic action in Manila on Sept. 19, members of urban poor group Kadamay and artists’ group Resbak portrayed themselves as victims of Duterte’s war on drugs and burn an effigy of the president depicted as ‘Night King.’
ni CARLOS MANINGAT Matagal nang dinudungisan ng kapulisan ang mga pader at kalsada — gamit ang dugo ng mga biktima ng gera kontra droga; matagal nang nakamarka ang panawagan para sa hustisya; Para sa ilang burgis, wais ang paggamit ng buwis kung ang baril ay nakatutok sa mga mukha ng hinagpis.
Thousands braved the heat and rain in other parts of the country yesterday to protest what they called as ‘Duter-tyranny.’
“The marching order to reject Mariano came directly from Malacañang and President Duterte.” — KMP
“He became the leader in his class. After school, he helped his father in tilling a piece of land.”
These days, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is turning out to be his own worst enemy. He cannot keep himself from rambling on and on, revealing his bloodlust, megalomania, contempt for objectivity and truth, small-mindedness and bigotry, gullibility for the “intelligence” briefings by the AFP and the propensity for using strong-arm techniques to get his way.…
The peasantry may have found an ally in the President, but they know where lies their true strength in struggle.