Category Archives: Politi-ko Opinions

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NEWSKUPOW! It-depends-dence Day!

Tuesday, 16 June 2015 | Written by
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  Mainit-init pa… DECOMMISSIONING CEREMONIES NG MILF (ang pagsuko ng kanilang armas) ISINAGAWA KANINA. 75 high-powered weapons at 145 fighters ang na-decommission sa ceremony na ginawa sa Sultan Kudarat 75? LANG??? BUONG MILF??? DI BA 7,000+ SILA? Ahh… baka naman hindi DECOMMISSIONING ‘yan. Baka…. PALABAS. ***** SIMULA PA LANG DAW ITO. Meaning? May Part 2 pa? Parang mahirap na paniwalaan…Read More »

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CBCP Pastoral Statement on Charter Change: “Let us be circumspect”

Tuesday, 9 June 2015 | Written by
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Lately, we have been urged by different prominent persons and influential sectors to consider the amendment of the Constitution. While amendments having to do with the form of government are matters that we, your bishops, leave to politicians and to their discernment, proposed amendments in respect to economic provisions bear directly on issues of social justice. The social encyclicals of…Read More »

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NEWSKUPOW! The heat is on!!! (Umiinit ang lahat)

Thursday, 28 May 2015 | Written by
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GLOBAL WARMING. EL NIÑO. HEAT WAVE. Matindi ang Summer 2015 sa Pilipinas! Pumapalo na sa 40 degrees Centigrade ang heat index (nararamdamang init) lately. Sa South Korea, nang pumalo sa 33 degrees ang temperatura nila, nag-declare na agad sila ng heat wave. Ganun? Aba’y ‘yan ang temperature sa AIRCONDITIONED trains ng LRT at MRT natin ah! ***** PERO MAS MATINDI…Read More »

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Killer fire happened in World Bank-endorsed ‘business-friendly’ city

Saturday, 16 May 2015 | Written by
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  Philippine economic policy’s “business friendly” concept has meant creating an environment conducive to business profit-maximization, but not to workers and their welfare The demise of 72 Kentex workers in a Valenzuela fire brought to fore the case of labor rights violations in a reputed business-friendly environment, research group IBON said yesterday.   IBON pointed out that Philippine economic policy’s…Read More »

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Human Rights Watch: Walking in Fear in the Philippines

Friday, 8 May 2015 | Written by
stkposter

In a country where extrajudicial executions by state security forces are a longstanding problem, potential victims take any threat seriously. So when farmers’ rights activist Eduardo Regidor noticed that three armed men were trailing him around Davao City last week, he sought refuge in the local offices of one of the Philippines’ largest human rights organizations, Karapatan. Regidor had recently…Read More »

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NEWSKUPOW! Winners and losers — and everything in between

Tuesday, 5 May 2015 | Written by
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    BACKROUND MUSIC NG ISSUE NA ‘TO: “Yakap” by Charice (orig: Junior) SPONSOR: Huggies ***** CONGRATS, BOY YAKAP!!! Maraming loveless ang nainggit kay Pacman, thanks to you. Hugs pa more!! ***** BAKA NAMAN KASI AKALA NI FLOYD eh may headache si Pacman. Kaya binigyan niya ito ng maraming YAKAPSUL. (Pero ‘di tumalab kasi walang KISSpirin!) ***** SA ISANG INTERVIEW…Read More »

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Death Penalty for Drug Crimes Violates International Law – HRW

Tuesday, 28 April 2015 | Written by
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President Joko Widodo of Indonesia should urgently commute the death sentences of 10 people who face imminent execution for drug trafficking, Human Rights Watch said today. Following the exhaustion of legal appeals on April 24, 2015, Indonesian authorities advisedforeign diplomats and the prisoners’ family members to convene on the island of Nusa Kambangan, where the executions are slated to occur. “President Widodo has an important opportunity to signal Indonesia’s rejection of the death penalty by…Read More »

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NEWSKUPOW! The mysterious smile, the real name of Iqbal, the reason why Sevilla quit

Thursday, 23 April 2015 | Written by
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‘   PNOY TO PANTAWID PAMILYA GRADUATES (sa Araneta Coliseum kanina): “Siguro, kung nag-training na lang ako para maging mekaniko sa ilalim ng TESDA, maaabot ko rin pala ang sahod niya.” [Tawanan at palakpakan] Sana nga po, nagmekaniko ka na lang. Ediwaw sana! [MAS MALAKAS NA TAWANAN] ***** PNOY: “…at hindi pa ako sasalubungin ng araw-araw na panlalait ng mga…Read More »

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[Human Rights Watch] Military Abuses in Southern Philippines

Sunday, 19 April 2015 | Written by
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  By Carlos H. Conde, Human Rights Watch Here’s a snapshot of the plight of tens of thousands of internally displaced people in the Philippine province of Maguindanao after an anti-insurgent military operation: women, children, and the elderly endure the heat in makeshift evacuation camps with inadequate food, medical care, and sporadic electricity supply. Many are sick; at least one child has…Read More »

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