The spokesperson of the militant Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) took to the media to make public the threats she has been receiving from a man claiming to be a “government national security consultant” of an organization working for the government.
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Activists picketed the Armed Forces of the Philippines and Philippine National Police Joint Peace & Security Coordinating Council at the Waterfront Hotel in Lanang, saying the AFP’s military operations resulted to ‘un-peace’ with the displacement of indigenous peoples in Compostela, and the killing of lumad supporter Benjie Planos (in poster) in Loreto, Agusan del Sur. (davaotoday.com photo by Ace R. Morandante)
Women and children survivors of Typhoon Pablo from Compostela, Compostela Valley joined Thursday’s rally to dramatize their demand for food relief from government and stop the military encampment in their villages. Communities in Compostela said soldiers are deployed to protect the mining investment of San Miguel Company. (davaotoday.com photo by Ace R. Morandante)
Farmers led by Barug Katawhan confront soldiers who have been camping in the farmers’ residence in Sitio Bongkilaton, Barangay Ngan in Compostela town of Compostela Valley Province. The farmers complained that soldiers are deployed due to mining operations by San Miguel Company. (davaotoday.com photo by Ace R. Morandante)
By DON J. PAGUSARA
Liar, because the speaker is an incorrigible liar and the promises are lies. Dream, because the people are made to hope and expect “a kingdom come” or “a state of better living” or “a more comfortable life,” or at least a more “humane earthly existence.” Which never ever comes. Not today, not tomorrow, not until the end of time!
By DAVAO TODAY
The NPA warned it will continue to inflict blows against the AFP, PNP and paramilitary groups; detain POWs and “fortify people’s defense against the onslaught of the rabid Oplan Bayanihan.”
By GILBERT L. PACIFICAR
“We should emulate the life of our lumad heroes who died in the struggle for defending the ancestral domain.” — Datu Monico Cayog, Kalumaran chairperson
By JOHN RIZLE L. SALIGUMBA