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Tag Archives: rebellion
Malacanang and Congress seem to be singing off the same hymn book now that they’ve succeeded in re-framing the issue of Antonio Trillanes, Danilo Lim, and their band of bandits into a debate that fits the famously small minds that … Continue reading
According to the empress of Jolog Central in her recent published “insight” on the cutting loose of mutineer “Senator” Antonio Trillanes and his mob, “Trillanes and company never stole a single centavo from the government”. I say perhaps. But in … Continue reading
Within the last couple of weeks, President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III had exhibited an astounding capacity for giving the softly-softly treatment to people accountable for rebellion and needless loss of life. One is his dithering on how to interpret and … Continue reading
Popular blogger and “reporter” Ellen Tordesillas is at it again, drumming up support for her fallen “hero” mutineers which she lumped together into the category of mga sundalong lumaban kay Gloria Arroyo (“soldiers who battled [former President] Gloria Arroyo”). That … Continue reading
Ellen Tordesillas found the appropriate title for her recent blog There are still those left behind. In an act of hollow-headed banditry on February of 2006 a renegade group of military personnel stormed the Manila Peninsula with the apparent hope … Continue reading
It seems that Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III, despite being the unofficial president-elect of the moment still can’t shed the old Aquino-franchised “Laban” (“fight!”) rhetoric ingrained in his little mind despite him now being all set to taking his place in … Continue reading