Anthropology professor of UP-Mindanao Aya Ragragio invited us for a visit to the Libingan ng mga Bayani. She showed us an aerial view of the place and then took us for a leisurely promenade around it while spiritedly confiding everything she knew about the consecrated ground
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President Rodrigo Duterte even extended aid to these evacuees at Haran, giving food and other necessities when he was still Mayor of the City. Would the good Mayor have come to their aid if he did not approve and commend the humanitarian deeds of the concerned groups?
By countless generations of the deprived masses—
The dream of Peace, Social Justice, Equality.
Lil, you have reached a point in your life when your eyes are cast into the far horizon with the eagerness of one who longs to find his place in the sun.
The elections that just passed, for all the rewarding feelings it has rendered me and multi-million others for catapulting Mayor Rody Duterte to the Presidency, is still unacceptable as a “democratic” political exercise.
Mayor Digong Duterte speaks from the podium of the people’s aspirations. His campaign slogan “Tapang at Malasakit” is just what the poor masses of the people has waited for all these years they have been cast aside in the periphery of oligarchic governance.
At this final phase of the Election campaigns, Malacañang unleashed its most ferocious pet dog – a Mad Dog named Antonio Trillanes, whose ever dangling tongue is continuously dripping with the venom of fantasy tales and lies.
A few months ago, I wrote the following article, having sensed an ominous goings-on in our country’s political scene wherein the son “Junior” of the late Dictator Ferdinand Marcos as a member of the Philippine Senate seemed to be exuding confidence cum braggadocio to further push his political fortunes in the coming presidential elections.
This week, all Christians are called upon to spend some moments of reflection, introspection, meditation — prayerful thoughts of inward reckoning — a form of accounting for everything we have so far behaved, acted and done as followers of Jesus Christ— how we have played our varied roles and shared a part or the whole of our lives to make this world a better place to dwell on—what the Great Teacher has left as a legacy for all humankind.
Last Friday was the 145th anniversary of the Paris Commune which came into being on March 18, 1871 in Paris,France.