The government is urging the country to help them fight against rebellion. Time immemorial, rebellion has been wreaking havoc in the country and in our lives. Innocent lives have ended because of the consistent blood wrath, families were separated, and livelihood burnt down. Recently in our country, the early days of April, gunmen were threatening … Continue reading National Security: Let’s Protect Each Other
In the Philippines, it has been a war between the government and the rebels who were a threat to national security on the equal distribution of lands to the farmers. The government has taken a step to settle it. According to the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988 or the Republic Act no. 6657, it … Continue reading Justice Served: Piece by Piece of Land for Peace
The president did not promise that everything he will say will be perfect. His infamous “sexist remarks on women” dubbed by many arose spite from feminist groups and activists. Their spite is justified because those remarks indirectly hit women’s softest parts. Last March 31, 2017, Friday, a report from the Philippine Daily Inquirer said that … Continue reading On Duterte’s Dubbed Sexist Attacks on Women: Let’s Trust His Actions Instead
There is a paradigm of order in the universe. The waters stream in its patterns, and the birds fly to their easts and wests in their own seasons. There is order in people too, sometimes, we divert from the harmony it establishes just as how the dispute that arisen from the dominion struggle over the … Continue reading Ironing Disputes over the West Philippine Sea: President Duterte and Ambassador Zhao to Meet this May 2017
Intelligence, humor and sarcasm indeed runs in the blood. This has been verified when Paula Knack, the younger sister of the late Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago started making rounds in Facebook when she defended the Duterte Administration and she did it the MDS way. September 2016 when the whole nation mourned the death of one of … Continue reading Reincarnation: Rally the Miriam Defensor-Santiago Way
With his brute hand at work and the impressive iron ways he owned, Singapore became what it is today. That was how the late Lee Kuan Yew became a legend. Democracy did not get into his way as what happened to the disruption of the visions of Margaret Thatcher for Great Britain. In an interview … Continue reading Two Iron Leaders, Two Legends of the East
A report being branded as “thoughtless and irresponsible” by the Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella must be a blow to its credibility. A Human Rights Watch report stated that the Philippine National Police is responsible for the alleged killings in the drug’s war. According to Abella, the ones killed allegedly opted for “self-defense” during the drug … Continue reading Hearsay and Defences: Duterte’s Drug War, a War against Humanity?