While the domestic and international currents tend to make a person pessimistic, hope abounds. For young activists, the previous year has three lessons that may be used to further uphold people’s rights, interests, and welfare.
Day: January 15, 2019
“There are many ways those ‘hostaged’ passport data may be used to the disadvantage of the owners of the data.”
The bungled witch hunt by intelligence units of the Philippine National Police (PNP) against the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) only reflects – in their implementation – the brutish style with which the government’s counterinsurgency policies and directives are issued by the highest level of command. ACT is the sole accredited teachers’ union in the…
“Baylosis’s defense poked holes into their story, pointed out not only lapses but grievous procedural mistakes, and thus exposed concerted, malicious efforts to fabricate the charges.”
Duterte’s tirades vs. Church meant to quell growing resistance against him, says revolutionary priest
The attacks against the Catholic Church are not said “out of concern or just personal rancor” but to stop the “people from uniting and putting an end to his wicked and bloodthirsty puppet regime” as church workers are working on uniting the Filipinos to “wield their collective power to gain collective good.”