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Carlo and Hitler
read the RH bill and point out the provisions that are questionable
to you. You are hallucinating and needed to stop allowing your mind
to wander into the great unknown. Just focus on the issue at hand
and this world would be a better place.
should controvert fiction and false claims. Otherwise, we will
always be under the shadow of fear and false teachings.
Hazel Arcenio Gremio
Address: Boracay Island, Aklan 5604, Philippines
Date: June 5, 2011
to get the attention of all Abenalis, Pinano or Dimatawaran in Leyte,
Leyte. If you know this person named Erlinda Pinano Abenalis, just
email me or contact me on face book, she is my mother and i just
want to know if someboby in Leyte knows her. She got married and
residing now in Aklan.
Hope to hear some good news with you guys. Thank you.
Address: Eastern Samar
deceptive honeyed poison. At the outset it is very appalling, but
inside it is treacherous as a serpent...it will kill the society
little by little. It is not a new issue nor a practice it was
practiced in Egypt of which Moses was spared...It is also practiced
nowadays all over Europe in Singapore and in China…etc.. It is very
alarming because the promise is "MONEY" or wealth of the
nation…means to be a prosperous country…you must eliminate your
children...Of course it was a very decisive battle of Hitler to
eliminate the Jews and Stalin his people... I say it is nothing new…
it is only another way of expressing our fears and of our guilt...it
is not the poor who longs for it...it the rich...why? because they
enrich themselves thru ???? corruption…hence, their guilt and their
fear... it is not the ignorant who longed for it. They are the
learned people of this world…why? because they know too much how
about their crime to the state and to the people.
And I say
it is very deceptive...and it is very old...they are not the works
of a simple people of todays but of geniuses long before…the
forerunners of this are not the congress of the Phils...it arose in
Europe long long centuries before...they were the forerunner of the
French revolutions, they enthroned Hitler and invent communism…they
want to control the people...they want to control the states, they
want to control the world...how....thru money (banking) and
laws...they want to lead the people to inequity...from translating
the bible into numerous translations in order to disqualified the
church's dogma...it has been discovered before: see "COMMUNISM IN
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH"..."ILLUMINATI" "MASONRY". They great bankers
and lawgivers. They do not target membership on ordinary
people...ask a good Jesuit and you know about this...this RH bill is
not as easy to battle as one can see it…because it is
universal...and it is not the work of human......i can see evil in
this...the work of inequity...the conspiracy against the church
"people of god".....i can see the ruin of humanity...
Millions of Filipinos Praying for Peace
Address: In the World Wide Web
Date: May 29, 2011 A Day to Remember the Dead in all
Current Signatures - Sign the Petition
Filipinos All Over the World and their Leaders
To the Government of the Philippines and their Supporters and the
National Democratic Front and their Supporters
11 April 2011 revised 26 May 2011
FERVENT PRAYER FOR PEACE
Peace and Justice Advocates spread out all over the Philippines and
the world – scattered, in the millions, in the far-flung countries
of the globe – all earnestly praying for peace and justice in our
conflict between the Marxist and Maoist rebels groups on one hand
and the government military and paramilitary forces, on the other
hand, has been going on for over half a century. It is one of the
longest such struggles in the world. And there is no apparent end in
inception, countless lives have been lost among the combatants as
well as in the civilian population. The youth at the prime time of
their lives have become martyrs to this cause. Some children have
been caught in the crossfire. Tens of thousands more have been
displaced—losing their properties, land or means of livelihood,
living miserable lives, dreams deferred, abandoned or lost
altogether. Poverty, lack of education, hunger and ill-health stalk
them; infrastructures that underpin our economy damaged or
destroyed, impeding our economic development.
understand, even sympathize with, the grievances of the rebel
groups. They are driven to desperation and hopelessness, denied, on
a number of occasions, access to democratic space to voice their
concerns, or simply ignored, and in some cases deliberately
exploited and oppressed. Worse, those whom we consider as the
protectors of our people have perpetrated violence against them.
understand, too, the position of the government to defend its
legitimacy to govern, even as we know on some occasions the levers
of political powers have been obtained by fraudulent means and
utilized, along with military force, to coerce and repress the poor,
the uneducated and the disenfranchised.
massive problems from within – poverty, corruption, poor education,
and lack of access to health care, malnutrition and hunger – and
competitive pressures, even onerous practices, from without as a
result of a globalized world, this state of chronic armed struggle
impairs our capacity to make significant progress on our internal
problems and to compete effectively with other nations. We put at
risk our present and future. "A house divided against itself will
We have to
settle this once and for all to move forward as a nation. Both sides
have their own shortcomings and excesses in furthering their causes
and what they believe in. But in governance, political change and
striving for a better life for all, the situation is not the
proverbial “Irresistible force and the immovable object.” Each side
has to compromise for the good of all.
the National Democratic Front, the Communist Party of the
Philippines and the New Peoples Army and the Government of the
Philippines to immediately ceasefire and negotiate NOW the terms of
Peace and Justice. The Filipino people have suffered too long and
too much in the crossfire between the warring parties. The country
is being held back in progress and development while neighboring
nations are passing us by in almost all human and economic
indicators. The Philippines is not just the "sick man of Asia" but
its people have scattered in all four corners of the world and the
seven seas in a tragic Diaspora, some as lowly servants, sex slaves,
and drug mules holding onto knife blades for their own survival and
their loved ones left back home.
the combatants of the ideological divide to craft an agreement based
on peace with justice and compassion towards national
reconciliation. With peace, justice, compassion, and a spirit of
national reconciliation, we can move on and build a better
the foregoing conditions, primarily with peace and justice, can we
mobilize and harness and take full advantage of our capabilities as
a people, and our natural resources, which are considerable, for the
fulfillment of our individual and collective needs and aspirations
in our own land. Then our people will no longer be forced by
economic circumstances to make a living in foreign lands, where some
meet untold sufferings, treated like slaves, machines or
commodities. Given the appropriate leadership, we can be creative
and productive in a land we call home.
to the National Democratic Front of the Communist Party of the
Philippines (NDF-CPP) to reflect on the appropriateness and
continued relevance of their almost unchanging ideological driving
force, especially the vow of so many of its adherents that only
through a protracted war, the armed struggle, and rivers of blood
and a nationwide chorus of lamentations throughout the width and
breath of our Homeland can a just, peaceful, progressive, and
respected society be attained.
undeniable and massive changes in the world when the now discredited
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the so-called socialist and
communist countries of Eastern Europe collapsed, “historical and
economic determinism” and the inevitability of socialism through
revolutions are not the unchanging laws of history.
satellite countries of the USSR collapsed in Eastern Europe,
corruption was unbelievable among the topmost leaders of the
“Communist” China and “Communist” Vietnam where formerly rigid
doctrines have adapted to sociological, cultural, political, and
economic realities and, to lesser extent, to more humane and human
values, are those countries on the road to communism?
to the leadership and the idealistic adherents of the National
Democratic Front to assess their achievements in the 41 years that
they have been waging this war of national liberation.
to the National Democratic Front to consider the alternative of a
peaceful struggle to attain political power in collaboration with
other groups, which, like them, are also fighting for a better
Philippines, but pursuing it within the parameters of the law and
convinced that an unending armed struggle in our homeland – fighting
for principles through violence and arms – may have become passé‘
and ineffective in the Philippines and the world in contemporary
times in the light of more urgent and critical issues such as
inexorable climate change, clashing systems of religious faith, a
global political and economic order reeling from the disastrous
economic policies in America, and in the homeland, massive
environmental degradation, and the destruction of the network that
to our political and our governmental leaders and their economic and
business supporters to be more receptive and responsive to the
concerns of the poor and marginalized, to be more effective and
transparent in governance, to enlarge the democratic space for
dialogue, to exercise utmost restraint in the use of force and to
stop from committing human rights abuses in the course of ostensibly
defending the Government, and to observe strict adherence to the
principles that govern a civilized society, a society that
ostensibly has a Constitution and is governed by the rule of law.
divides us – be it political, social, and economic factors – is not
beyond human resolution, nor beyond compromises that are beneficial
to everyone concerned.
both sides of the ideological divide to convert their swords into
plowshares, to harness those weapons for productive, creative uses
for a nation in dire strait.
that the pursuit of PEACE with JUSTICE is a cause greater than
anyone of us – whatever political or social persuasion we may have,
whatever cultural values we cherish.
believe that Peace with Justice and the achievement of very real
possibilities – health, progress, prosperity, happiness, hope for a
better tomorrow, and a people treated with dignity and not
disrespected all over the world – are not beyond fulfillment for the
101 million Filipinos, for their children and the future generations
of our people. We believe that it is within our power to make these
dreams a reality.
Fervent Prayer: Let us exert every effort to have Peace and Justice
enshroud our Beloved Homeland.
Ko! Onward to a Better Philippines, we are:
View Current Signatures
Address: Catbalogan, Samar
Decoding the Deluding Mantra of Fr. Cimagala
This is a
reaction to the piece written by Fr. Roy Cimagala. His exhortation
that the church has a right to voice out its opposition to the
ongoing debate regarding the RH bill is correct. However, the one
major thing that is questionable is when one is no longer voicing
out an opinion on a particular subject but trying to impose one's
doctrinal interpretation of an issue to be adopted as a national
policy. Fr. Cimagala is right that the church, particularly the
Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines, is the moral guardian of
our country. Look at how immoral we are as a nation. Is it not the
failure of the church, the supposedly guardian of our morality?
Cimagala says "what kind of democratic state would we be if we
silence the voice of a very significant sector of our society as the
Church?" Well, my answer is simple. The government has not silenced
the church. The church tried to silence the majority. Threatening
political leaders who will vote for the measure to be excommunicated
is a form of silencing the conscience of our political leaders.
beef on the RH bill issue. On the right of responsible parents to
intelligently decide the number of their children and the methods
they would use as contraceptions, whether natural or artificial, are
not within the province of the church. Only the couple should decide
how many kids they will have and whether or not they should use
condom or follow the rhythm method espoused by the church. My advice
to Fr. Cimagala and his minions is to stay away from the bedrooms.
Instead, go back to the classrooms and institute rigorous morality
classes for Filipinos.
problem with the church, particularly the Roman Catholic Church, is
that it wants to impose the mantra of "go and multiply." Who do you
think are the number one violators of this command? Using their
deluded argument that one's role in life is to be like a rabbit,
then why is it that the Roman Catholic Church decided that the
priests and nuns should be exempted from this command? If you are
not supposed to have sex and raise children, how could you be an
expert in sex and raising children? And if people are merely sex
machines producing children year after year, is the church willing
to feed them, clothe them, give them shelter, provide them with
quality education? No, the church just wants to have poor and
uneducated people who will blindly follow the dictates of a Padre
becomes an opium of a society when unintelligent people succumb to
mental stagnation. Deep inside, Fr. Cimagala knows that the RH bill
is not espousing abortion but educating people to be responsible
adults who would value life as sacred and holy. The RH bill is not
favoring the use of artificial contraceptives but providing a wide
array of choices for people to use in order to promote reproductive
health including the use of natural methods as favored by the
catholic church. The RH bill is not about promoting promiscuity as
drumbeated by celibate priests and bishops. It espouses the
promotion of education so that the next generation of Filipinos
would have knowledge that sex is a taboo but a human experience we
should be fully informed about. Yes, knowledge is dangerous but
little knowledge or no knowledge at all are even more dangerous.
to preach about the morality of teenage experimental sex, Fr.
Cimagala in San Carlos-Talamban. Continue to denounce those who are
in the sex trade. But, please denounce also those brothers of yours
who prey on unsuspecting children and teenagers. And, please tell
your bishops not to cover this stories up too.
closing, the separation of state and the church is important. During
the dark years of the Spanish rule in the Philippines, the church
became too abusive to the extent that it sparked a revolution. No
more do we want the church and state to combine its powers to
oppress and abuse the people. I suggest that the church start by
focusing on the morality of stealing and lying so that Catholics in
government offices should stay true to the teachings of the church.
And that a church that denounces gambling should not accept regular
payouts from Pagcor and PCSO. And finally, that a church that
denounces sexual immorality should excommunicate marital infidels
like Manny Pacquiao or Jejomar Binay and Bishop Ted Bacani for his
Rex B. Cole
Address: New Zealand
Chan: “We are more than ready!”
the picture on this column looks like a total militarization of
Samar island. Is it a psywar to make people scared instead of PEACE?
Jose D. Obrero
Address: Block 43, Lot 15 Salburg St., Summerwind Village 4,
Buro Main, Dasmariñas 4114, Cavite
Date: Mayo 19, 2011
adlaw haiyo nga tanan!
Jose D.Obrero, taga Bo.Guinsorongan.anak ni Filemon Lacasa Obrero,
ako yana ay nandito ha Dasmariñas Cavite nakatira. Dose anyos ako na
umalis ha Samar, yana ako ay 50 Years old na.
problema han akon Birth cirtificate. Di daw ako nakarihistro sa NSO-National
Statistic Office, kaya deri ako makakuha han akon copya han akon
Magpapatulong sana ako kon hinoman an nakakakilala ha akon, na ipa
late register ako dida sa munisipyo sa Catbalogan, kay deri man ako
maka uwi dida ha Guinsorongan yana dahil may trabaho ako.
anak ako dida ha Guinsorongan, si tatay Boning Obrero, at si na ate
Preting, na ank ni nanay Julieta bangin kilala ninyo hira. Ito nag
aking Cell.#-09152588400. E-mail-
Salamat! God Bless us all!
ng mga politiko ng Samar
magbabago ang patakaran ng Samar kung mga politiko mismo ang mag
mga mamayang mahirap at ang ibang mamayan na pwede lang suhulan ng
pera para pumatay ng kapwa!
hang-gang sa inyong mga anak-at apo-apo ng inyong mga apo, na
hang-gang doon ay nag papatayan parin ang mga politiko oh politika
lalo na alam nilang hinde nila kaya ang kalaban sa mga susunod na
ganyan nalang ba tayo Samar?? Yan lang ba ang kaya natin? Pumatay ng
mga mata! Mag isip tayo at magtulungan para sa kabutihan ng ating
Date: May 12, 2011
Alliance of Concerned Samareños (ACOS) is one with Calbayognons and
the rest of the people of Samar in mourning the untimely death of
Calbayog City Mayor Reynaldo Uy. ACOS condemns in the strongest
possible terms this latest incident of politically-motivated
violence in the province.
Mayor Ining Uy as a true public servant ever responsive to the
citizens’ welfare. Mayor Uy started serving the people as a medical
doctor reminiscent of Dr. Remberto "Bobby" de la Paz, who was also
martyred by the Marcos dictatorship in 1982. ACOS shared Mayor Uy’s
position on several issues in Samar such as the demand to stop
large-scale mining and other sincere efforts for environmental
protection in the province. He stood up against militarization and
initiated congressional investigations on military atrocities
committed by the 8th infantry Division under Arroyo’s favored Gen.
Jovito Palparan in 2005. When others were afraid to speak up, Mayor
Uy’s staunch position against military abuses victimizing not just
Samar but the rest of the region led to the removal of Gen. Palparan
in the Eastern Visayas.
long been plagued with political violence at the expense of its
citizens. This culture of violence and the political system it
supports no doubt is one alarming cause for concern, affecting
genuine progress and stability in our province.
for Mayor Uy!
End political killings!
Address: Catbalogan City, Samar
Date: May 10, 2011
pagpakamatay ni Mayor Uy in kanan Diyos pagburot-an, bangin dere
natugot an Makagarahum nga umabot ngadi ha segundo distrito an
crimen ha primero distrito. Although an eya panoyo-anan in poypoyon
an curroption ha Samar nga amo an makusog nga battle cry hit mga
Samarnon pero mahataas naman an porsyento han killings dinhi ha aton.
Let us look on God's intervention.
FREE ERICSON ACOSTA CAMPAIGN
Date: May 9, 2011
Political Prisoners and the Catbalogan 5: Tales of Torture and
Arbitrary Arrests from the Eastern Visayas
(Last of two parts)
barangay officials in Bay-ang, San Jorge raised the alarm after
Acosta was picked-up by the military, human rights groups led by
Katungod-Sinirangan Bisayas (Katungod-SB) immediately took the
initiative to look for Acosta in military detachments and detention
facilities all over Samar. They asked civilians around military
camps if soldiers had brought in captives; inquired with the wardens
and jail guards if they had new prisoners accused of being “rebels.”
guard in a Catbalogan jail said yes, and said that there were in
fact five of them. One, he said was brought in only last August, but
the others have been there for years now.
And so on
that fateful day in February, they stumbled upon the Catbalogan 5.
few days, these human rights groups were informed that Acosta was
already remitted at the Calbayog sub-provincial jail. But from their
search for Acosta, concerned groups in Samar found out that they had
a few more political prisoners to handle.
Catbalogan 5 is composed of farmers Noel Galvez, Simon Gabijan,
Jesus Bacnotan and spouses Loreto and Beatriz Gabuay. Except for
Loreto’s wife Beatriz, all of them face criminal charges related to
NPA actions in Samar. Beatriz “chose” to stay in detention, and says
that she refuses to part with his husband for fear of her life. She
says that military men continue to visit their barrio to harass her,
even when Loreto was already behind bars.
signed interviews and factsheets initially forwarded by human rights
volunteers in Samar, the Catbalogan 5 underwent the same, if not
worse circumstances of illegal arrest suffered by political
prisoners like Acosta, Tomada and Sarmiento. Their testimonies imply
that some, if not all of them endured torture and gross human rights
violations while under the custody of authorities who arrested, and
later accused them, they say, of false charges to justify their
farmers say that the charges, ranging from robbery to multiple
murder, were made in connection with high-profile “tactical
offensives” launched by the NPA in the last decade. From these
offensive actions, the NPA carted away several high-powered firearms
from the AFP and the PNP, while government forces usually suffered
were arrested under different circumstances, all of them maintain
their innocence of the charges made against them. They assert that
they could not have been part of any of those armed offensives as
they are just ordinary barrio folk -- one says he was in fact at
home, another was coping with menial jobs in Manila, while others
were naturally just tending to their farms when the NPA actions
the possibility that these farmers may have been involved, or may be
supporters of the NPA with their homes and farms located in the
interior barrios of Samar marked as “NPA guerilla zones” by the AFP,
human rights groups uphold that these detainees deserve humane
treatment and should be afforded the right to counsel and the best
defense possible. These they say have been elusive to ordinary
peasants who likewise suffer most from grave abuses in militarized
regions all over the country, especially under the “killing spree
that was Oplan Bantay Laya” and now, from “intensified
militarization under the guise of team work and solidarity” in
Aquino’s Oplan Bayanihan.
Galvez, 42, is a farmer from Barangay Buloan in Calbiga town. He was
arrested in August 2010 while herding fellow barriomen to register
at the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) office in Calbiga in time
for the barangay elections which was held last October. Sources say
that Galvez, who has long been harassed and accused by the military
of being a NPA supporter, was convinced that he should avail of the
army’s offer of reconciliation especially now that the Aquino
administration promises a better future for ordinary citizens.
Galvez had earlier submitted himself for “clearance” at one military
detachment for him to be able to “campaign freely” for a barrio
this “clearance,” he was still arrested and charged with frustrated
murder and multiple murder in relation to an NPA raid in Barangay
Binanggaran, Calbiga. Two (2) troopers were reportedly killed, while
two (2) high-powered rifles were seized by the NPA in that December
17, 2009 incident. Galvez says that he has witnesses to prove that
he was working on his farm when the raid happened, but a certain
Capt. Renante Morales of the 8th ID insists that it was Galvez he
saw a hundred meters from his position. Capt. Morales said that
Galvez in fact wore a green shirt, and served as “blocking force” in
the rebel attack.
Gabijan, 48, of Barangay Lipata in Paranas town says that he had
gone fishing with his family starting before dawn until about
noontime of February 28, 2002. He had learned that the NPA raided
the Municipal Police Station (MPS) in nearby Motiong, from the usual
barrio word-of-mouth when they got home. Based on information from
actual news reports, the early morning raid of the NPA resulted in
three (3) casualties for the PNP, while the rebels seized at least
fifteen (15) high-powered firearms from the ill-manned police
few months Gabijan received a subpoena stating that he was accused
of participating in the raid. He immediately submitted himself to
the Motiong police station to clear his name. At the station, the
local officers assured Gabijan that there was nothing to worry about
– they told him that the rebels who participated in the raid were
all in their youth and so it was unlikely that Gabijan was actually
involved. The Chief of Police who identified himself as Rivera told
him to ask a Judge Jakosalem about his case. The judge in turn,
advised Gabijan to get a lawyer so that he could file a motion to
quash. He attempted to get a lawyer, but given his limited resources
– and probably banking on the assurances made by the police officers
– Gabijan just went on to try his luck in Manila.
months after he returned to Samar, Gabijan was arrested by virtue of
a warrant of arrest for criminal charges in connection with a
different NPA offensive. He was accused of involvement in the March
17, 2004 raid on the 34th IB and PNP station in San Jose de Buan
town, several kilometers away from Paranas.
to a statement released by the NPA’s Efren Martires Command in the
Eastern Visayas, thirteen (13) soldiers and one (1) policeman were
killed in the raid. The NPA suffered three (3) casualties but seized
M16 and M14 rifles, and several pistols from government forces.
says that he was still in Manila when the raid occurred – he had
returned to Samar only in June of 2004. Three policemen have
testified against Gabijan, and claimed that they actually saw him
around 4:30 in the morning, participating in the rebel attack.
Gabijan innocently wonders how the policemen could have possibly
seen him when it is still dark at such an hour. He says that he is
already convicted of the charges made against him.
Bacnotan, 64, also of Barangay Lipata, was charged with several
criminal cases for alleged involvement in the NPA raid in Motiong.
But it was only in 2008 that he says he was arrested – abducted,
rather – by soldiers from the 8th ID.
November 20, 2008, at around 11 in the evening, men who identified
themselves as soldiers went knocking on the Bacnotan residence and
asked for Jesus. Jesus, roused from his sleep, opened his doors to
his unexpected visitors. He was immediately blindfolded and pushed
inside his captors’ vehicle. Because of the long drive, he thought
that he would be brought to the 8th ID headquarters in Barangay
Maulong, Catbalogan. At around 3 am based on his estimates, he was
made to ride another vehicle and was told that he would be brought
to a hospital. He said that he was brought somewhere in Tacloban
City or Leyte.
says that he spent three (3) nights under military custody where he
underwent continuous tactical interrogation by several military men
who took turns in questioning him. He was blindfolded all the while.
He realized that he was brought to Leyte because he saw the San
Juanico Bridge when his blindfold was finally removed – aboard
another vehicle bound for the 8th ID headquarters in Maulong.
only then that he was turned over to the police. He was informed
that he was being charged with rebellion, multiple murder,
frustrated murder and robbery when he was brought to the Catbalogan
Hall of Justice. Bacnotan, who was already a senior citizen at the
time of his arrest, was made to stay another three (3) nights in the
Maulong military barracks before he was remitted to the provincial
jail in Catbalogan.
Gabuay, also a senior citizen at 63, is a farmer from Barangay Salay
in Paranas. He is also being charged with involvement with several
NPA actions such as the Motiong and San Jose de Buan raid, and even
ambuscades by the NPA in Barangay Babaclayon and Lawaan in Paranas.
Gabuay says he was either at home with his family or tending his
nearby farm when these incidents happened.
arrested by soldiers from the 34th IB on September 23, 2008. At
around 3 am, soldiers surrounded their residence in Barangay Salay
and commanded the persons inside his home to get out. His family
refused to abide as it was still dark. At daybreak, soldiers barged
into his home and searched for “concealed weapons.” When they found
nothing, the soldiers took Loreto with them. The soldiers did not
carry, or show them a search warrant or warrant of arrest.
that Gabuay would be summarily executed, his wife Beatriz, 48,
begged the soldiers to spare his husband and asked that she be
brought with them. They were blindfolded and brought to the 8th ID
headquarters in Maulong. At the military barracks, Loreto was
repeatedly tortured and coerced to admit that he was a NPA
commander. His interrogators promised him stable means of livelihood
if he surrendered.
turned over to the police where he was made to sign some documents
and was informed of the charges filed against him. After ten months,
Beatriz was released.
a year after she was released, soldiers returned to Barangay Salay
looking for Beatriz. They said that they now have an arrest warrant
for her. Beatriz returned to the Catbalogan jail to inform his
husband that she was still being harassed by the military. They
solicited the help of the jail warden, who promptly advised Beatriz
to check with the Hall of Justice if there was indeed a standing
arrest warrant against her. She learned that there is none, but
still Beatriz refuses to return to Barangay Salay because she says
the military is after her.
charges filed against these farmers are currently handled by lawyers
from the Public Attorneys’ Office (PAO), the Catbalogan 5 appeal to
concerned institutions, human rights advocates, and lawyers to look
into their plight.
Jesus Bacnotan asks if anyone could donate eyeglasses.
that – despite the lingering climate of fear and impunity in the
region – Samareños and the rest of Waraynons open their eyes to this
Address: Brgy Amamtillo, Marabut, Samar
Date: May 07 2011
taga Marabut maupay gud it aton mayor ngan kapitan unta mag improve
pa it Marabut.