Jim Paredes is passionate. At the least, I would give that to him.
Decades and monuments after, the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolt continues to strike a powerful chord in the national consciousness. Today, it resonates sharply amid the seeming resurgence of authoritarian discourse in both word and deed as well as the unsettling applause it draws from not a few.
But you are truly, madly, deeply worse than a hundred President Dutertes.
The songs of peace now drowned by the cuss words of hate that invite murder. The bloodless revolt now stained by the blood in our streets and street gutters. The statistics of unresolved murder continues to rise, and not a single one has been investigated and brought to justice.
The filing of criminal cases against me is only the fulfillment of Mr. Duterte’s fixation for revenge against me, because of my investigation of the Davao Death Squad when I was then the Chairperson of the Commission on Human Rights.
The earthquake in Surigao City and Surigao del Norte was generated, according to Phivolcs, by the movement of the Philippine Fault System which traverses from the end point of Mindanao in Mati, Davao Oriental to the tip of Luzon, somewhere in the province of Pangasinan.
Jun Pala? I don’t care who killed him! I am just glad that in one way or another, the universe rendered us some form of justice.
No person is beyond God’s redemptive love.
On February 1, 2017, at around 6 PM, a fire broke inside the premises of the three-storey building owned by HTI.
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