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Burburtia Krokis

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Editorial: What terrorist?

Just to comply with dictators’ and tyrants’ follies the definition of terrorist nowadays is tailored to only fit the definition of those who later turn out to be the people’s enemy. Dictators and tyrants are defined so because they oppress, using people’s common resources to build mercenary armies, point their guns and bombs at civilians, pillage and torture the wider poor population of a nation.

Ilocandia Rumblings: On the DOJ’s terrorists list

My friend, Atty. Manja Bayang, tagged me in her Facebook post, informing me that my name was included in the list of persons being tagged by the Duterte administration as terrorist under the Human Security Act. I also saw the related article published by and learned that I am accused of being a member of the Ilocos-Cordillera Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP). Also included in the list are personalities from the United Nations and the Cordillera People’s Alliance.

Statements: Manindigan para sa kabuhayan at karapatan

Nahaharap ngayon sa malalaking hamon ang kababaihan. Inaatake ang ating pagkababae at pagkamamamayan. Inaatake ang ating kabuhayan at karapatan sa ngalan ng mga maka-dayuhan at anti-mamamayang polisiyang neoliberal ng rehimeng US-Duterte.

Statements: Alarmed over the worsening attacks on indigenous peoples in the Philippines

We, representatives of indigenous peoples’ organizations from various countries in Asia participating in the Asia Preparatory Meeting on UN Mechanisms and Procedures Relating to Indigenous Peoples held from February 28 to March 3, 2018, express alarm over the worsening attacks against indigenous peoples in the Philippines under President Duterte’s tyrannical regime.

Women’s Front: Babbai, labanan ti tiranya!

Selselebraran ti intero a lubong ti Marso 8 kas Sangalubungan nga Aldaw dagiti Babbai tapno bigbigen ti napateg a kontribusyon da iti gimong. Ngem, ammo tau kadi a daytoy tinawen a selebrasyon ket nangrugi kas Sangalubungan nga Aldaw Dagiti Babbai nga Anakling-et ken resulta ti militante a panangilaban dagiti babbai para iti karbengan ken pagimbaganda?

Weekly Reflections: Healing our land

We are living in a sick society. Our society’s illness is not just skin deep; it has seriously infected the very soul of our nation. Despite all our pious claims to be the only Christian nation in the Far East, we are considered to be the second most corrupt nation in Southeast Asia. Graft and corruption is like a cancer that is eating up the moral fiber of our nation. Indeed, our country has become “the sick man of Asia”.

I will not resign — Sereno

BAGUIO CITY — Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno said she will not resign as she asked the House committee on justice to already render judgement on her impeachment case and submit it to the Senate to allow her to present her side.