Samahang Magdalo

gary-alejano

Sa mga nangyayari ngayon sa bansa na garapalan na ang kurakutan at kasinungalingan, marami ang nagtatanong, may natitira pa bang matino?

Maganda ang ganoong tanong kasi ibig sabihin nun, hindi ka kasama sa mga sinungaling at magnanakaw. Ibig sabihin nun umiiral pa ang itinuro sa ‘yo ng inyong mga magulang na mamuhay ng maayos, huwag manloko at hindi nakakasakit ar perwisyo sa kapwa tao.

Sa nakikita natin na kapal ng mukha ng mga magnanakaw, palagi natin naitatanong sa ating sarili, may magagawa ba tayo? Pumunta kayo sa http://www.samahangmagdalo.org/site.

Alam natin na ang Magdalo ay unang lumabas nang nanindigan ang mga 300 na sundalo, karamihan mga batang opisyal, laban sa panloloko ni Gloria Arroyo sa mamamayang Pilipino noong July 27, 2003. Pumunta sila sa dating Oakwood Hotel sa Glorietta, Makati at doon nila ipinahayag ang kanilang pag-withdraw ng suporta sa pamahalaan ni Arroyo.

Hindi sila nagtagumpay na mapaalis si Arroyo ngunit ang kanilang adhikain ay naitanim sa isipan ng maraming tao. Kahit na sila ay nakakulong, hindi namatay ang kanilang adhikain. Marami nga ang namulat kahit huli na at ito ay naipakita sa suporta na binigay sa kanilang spokesman na si Lt(sg) Antonio Trillanes IV na ngayon ay senador na kahit nakakulong siya noong kampanya.

Patuloy pa rin na nakakulong si Trillanes kasama ng sinasabing “core group” ng Magdalo ngunit ang rehas ng kanilang detention quarters ay hindi balakid para ipagpatuloy nila ang kanilang adhikain na magkaroon pagbabago sa ating lipunan.

Kaya nila itinatag itong Samahang Magdalo. Hindi lamang ito para sa mga sundalo. Ito ay samahan ng mamamayang Pilipino. Ang nagpapalakad nito ay si Capt. Gary Alejano sa pamamagitan ng mga kasamahan na hindi nakakulong.

Sabi ni Capt. Alejano, “Ang pagbabago ng aming sinusulong para sa mas mabuting pamahalaan at bayan ay obligasyon ng lahat para sa ating mga anak at sa mga anak ng ating mga anak. Itong landas tungo sa pagbabago ay hindi nakakamtan ng biglaan kungdi sa matiyaga at patuloy na paglalaban.”

Dagdag pa ni Gary, kung hindi tayo gagalaw, magpapatuloy ang buhay. Ngunit ang tanong: gusto ba natin magkaroon ng papel para sa paghubog ng ating hinaharap?

Ang Samahang Magdalo at bukas para sa lahat na Filipino na hindi bababa sa 18 taong gulang. Ang mahalaga ay klaro ang pag-intindi ng adhikain at pagsunod sa Code of Conduct ng Samahan..

Ito ang Code of Conduct ng Samahang Magdalo:

Mamahalin ko ang Panginoong Diyos, ang aking Bayan, at ang aking kapwa mamamayan..
Mamahalin ko ang aking pamilya.
Mamahalin ko ang aking kapaligiran.
Tutulungan ko ang nanganga-ilangan, lalo na ang aking kapwa MAGDALO.
Sasali ako sa eleksyon; hindi ko ibebenta ang aking boto.
Babayad ako ng aking buwis.
Hindi ako susuhol at magpasuhol.
Magiging mabuti akong ehemplo para sa aking kapwa tao.

February 19, 2009 1:30 am  Tags:   Posted in: Magdalo, Web Links

58 Responses

  1. SULBATZ - February 19, 2009 1:54 am

    Tama ang Magdalo. This is not a fight for our own survival. It is a fight for the sake of the future generation where each and everyone has the duty and responsibility to participate. It does not have to be later…it has to be NOW.

    Our senses are being numbed by the promise of an election, until such time that we are jolted to the reality that there is going to be none. By then, we are too numbed to react. The fight should not be anchored on the promise of a better future, but on the prospect of a better present.

  2. syria - February 19, 2009 2:46 am

    Sulbatz, you are right. Although Cha-cha is dying, there are indications that Malacanang’s other options are in place to kill the 2010 elections. These are,

    1- Destabilization in Mindanao by igniting a civil war caused by the revival of MOA-AD. Orchestrated terrorism will be spread in Luzon and Visayas. These events justifies declaration of Martial Law.

    Lately, Peace Adviser Avelino Razon reportedly said the MOA-AD which the Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional would serve as reference material if negotiations resume. How can and why should an illegal document be used as a reference material?

    2- Delaying the automation budget to delay the election that will give the administration more time to implement their goal of perpetuity either through Cha-cha or other means.

  3. deanr - February 19, 2009 4:11 am

    Maganda ang kanilang adhikain.Sana nga totoo ang lahat ng yan. May mga question lang ako sa kanila.

    1- Sino ang nakakataas kay alejano?
    2- Si Gringo ba?
    3- Kung si gringo ang leader nila. Saan naka pwesto si enrile?

    Si enrile ay hindi rin dapat pag katiwalaan. Dahil marami din syang nakuha noon at ngayon panahon. Imagine, ilang taon na sya naka pwesto. May nagawa ba syang kabutihan sa bayan? Siguro mas marami ang nagawa nya para sa pamilya nya kaysa bayan.
    point ko lang ito ulit mga kaibigan….thanks!

  4. deanr - February 19, 2009 4:23 am

    Malaki ang kaibahan ng 1986 revolt sa mga nangyayari ngayon. Noong 86 humarap si enrile at ramos para lumaban kay marcos. Ang nasa likod nila ay ang mga sundalo.
    Ngayon sundalo ang nasa harap at ang mga nasa itaas ay nag tatago. Pag lumusot ang plano, good! pag hindi at least hindi sila naka front db? Kasi protectado nila ang pwesto nila. Anything happens senador pa rin sila at o official pa rin sila. at ang mga sundalo ang nakakulong.
    kawawa pa rin sila kahit mga general o col na sila…

  5. grizzy - February 19, 2009 5:09 am

    Forget about Enrile. Ang tanong ng Magdalo ay kung sasama ang pilipino sa adhikain at pakikibaka nila. Bakit aasahan pa si Enrile?

    Kahit sinong mamuno sa Magdalo, OK lang, basta lumakas sila at huwag pabayaang maging reyna si Gloria at maging permanent resident na ng Malacanang!

    Ugaling pilipino, iyong palaging umaasa, huwag nang ipairal! Huwag nang umasa kung kani-kanino pa, pati sa mga kano, tapos magrereklamo.

  6. hKofw - February 19, 2009 5:54 am

    Ito naman ang Code of (Mis)Conduct ng Pamilya Ganid:

    Mamahalin ko ang pera ninyo, ang aking kapangyarihan, at ang Malakanyang..
    Mamahalin ko ang aking pamilya lamang.
    Mamahalin ko ang laging nakapaligid sa akin.
    Tutulungan ko ang tutulong sa akin, lalo na ang aking kapwa na gustong yumaman agad.
    Tatakbo ako sa eleksyon lagi; bibili ako ng maraming boto para manalo.
    Bahala na ang iba na magbuwis o mabuwisit.
    Hindi ako susuhol at magpapasuhol ng kaunti.
    Magiging mabuti akong ehemplo para sa aking kapwa GANID.

    Narito ang Kanilang Banner:

    http://www.daylife.com/photo/06NIcUk0wB8ne

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_wOQQPn3e4qg/SSxgSVLo-VI/AAAAAAAABgk/DS_CFXBwc6E/s320/GloriaArroyoPoorever.JPG

  7. pranning - February 19, 2009 10:28 am

    19 Feb 2009

    Off topic again.

    Now that RP senate and congress approves the baseline bill, what will happen next???, what about our claim on Sabah? did they include Sabah?

    These bright people from the senate and lower house are adopting the basline bill without considering our sabah claim. Are we giving it up?

    If they submit that baseline bill to the UN without including sabah, its bye bye sabah. All we have to do is eat SAGING NA SABA(H), HEHEHEHEHEHE……

    prans

  8. airos - February 19, 2009 1:08 pm

    pranning, it is most likely that GMA will veto the baselines bill. China strongly protested the bill ratified by Congress. Besides from the military might of China, they have offered our country a loan up to $2B per year. This dwarfs the $200M the WB and the ADB can offer.

    In contrast, it is most likely that the WB is not happy with GMA veering towards the China banks. This threatens the WB’s neoliberal ideology of controlling world economies. The WB’s exposure of the report of collusion is most likely intended to make our government succumb to their ideology.

    Kailangan tapusin muna ang giyera sa Mindanao, palakasin muna ang militar, ihanda ang mga claims paper at planuhin ang pagaangkin sa Sabah.

  9. airos - February 19, 2009 2:48 pm

    Palagay ko ang panalangin ng DOJ ay magkaroon pa ng mas maraming PDEA academy graduates, maski na 200,000 na agents oks na oks. Mas maraming mahuhuli, mas maraming suhol.

  10. airos - February 19, 2009 3:04 pm

    Sa mga naghahangad na maging presidente, 2 lang ang nakikita ko na may kamay na bakal para mabuwag ang ilegal na droga at sugal, si Ping at Pink.

    Yung mga natira, mabayag lang sila, magaling sa dada wala naman sa gawa. Gaya ng ating Drug Czar, gusto pa yatang kotongan ang mga drug lords.

  11. airos - February 19, 2009 3:16 pm

    Umarangkada na naman siRaulo na kulang daw sa linaw ang desisyon ng korte suprema kanya puwede siyang ikulong sa US.

    Matinik siya. Dinaig pa niya ang Korte Suprema. Kanya siguro sinuspindi, somobra ang dunong niya, sinobrahan pa niya ang batas.

  12. syria - February 19, 2009 4:15 pm

    Meriam is going to take a month off to work on her “sex appeal”.

    My gossssssssssh!!!! She’s now on her 3rd childhood.
    In an earlier thread, I diagnosed her to be suffering with “men opposed” – I was right.

    Kanya siguro mainitin ang ulo, 35 years na sigurong w/o sex. Lalong uminit pa noong nabasa niya na si Pokwang, 10 years w/o sex.

    All the 5 doctors attending to her said – “You don’t have substance in your case”.

  13. norpil - February 19, 2009 8:54 pm

    judging from miriams picture in the nest thread, she looks more like a natural born boxer. she ought to enhance her boxing ability rather than her sex appeal which is minus 10.

  14. chi - February 19, 2009 8:59 pm

    If not because of Trillanes, the Spratly group of islands would have already been China’s. Naibuko lang ng magiting na Magdalo!

  15. atty36252 - February 19, 2009 9:28 pm

    Leave of absence? Isang buwan lang?

    Matagal nang nag-leave of absence ang utak niyan.

    Kahit si Dr. House susuko diyan.

  16. bembol - February 19, 2009 9:54 pm

    Ang alam ko po sa Magdalo, Si General Lim ang kanilang kinikilalang Lider. Tingnan nyo itong site nila:
    http://www.samahangmagdalo.org/site/officers/national-officers/

    MAGDALOChairman: BGen Danilo D. Lim AFPVice-Chairman: Sen Antonio F. Trillanes IVPresident: James A. LayugVP for NCR: Eugene P. GonzalezVP for Luzon: Segundino P. Orfiano Jr.VP for Visayas: Manuel G. CabochanVP for Mindanao: Arturo S. Pascua Jr.Secretary General: Andy G. TorratoSamahang Magdalo: President: Gary C. AlejanoVice President: Norberto E. Santiago Jr.

  17. Tedanz - February 20, 2009 1:01 am

    May pagkakaiba ba sa dalawa? Kung meron ano?

  18. balweg - February 20, 2009 1:24 am

    I second the motion Sir SULBATZ! Saludo ako sa grupong ito sapagka’t nasa kanila ang katangian ng pagiging Makabayan at tapat sa tungkuling sinumpaan na ipagtatanggol ang bayan sa kamay ng mga kriminal sa ating lipunan. Ang kaso eh nasa gobyerno ang mga hoodlums in uniform kaya malaking set back sa kanilang hanay dahil protektado ng kanilang mga ka mista yaong mga kurap at magnanakaw sa Malacanang.

    Mabuhay ang MAGDALO, tuloy ang laban!

  19. bitchevil - February 20, 2009 2:03 am

    In the words of Obama, the economic stimulus was intended not only to solve the current crisis but for the generations to come. Therefore, what we’re fighting for is for the future generations of our Filipino people. To save the future, we must remove the current evil regime that continues to steal, cheat and lie.

    In the meantime, take note the card Malacanang is playing. The Bitch is playing two cards…US and China. Because of the Smith case and possible abolition of the VFA that certainly cause strong reaction from Washington; the Bitch is signing the Baseline Bill that upsets China over claims on Sprately. The Bitch is pretending to fight the two giants but is actually demanding leverage from the two countries. In exchange for what? Not for the country but for herself.

  20. SULBATZ - February 20, 2009 2:06 am

    Ka Balweg, isang maalab na pagbati sayo kapatid.

    Ang pagiging makabayan ay isang responsibilidad ng bawat mamamayan. Tayong mga Pinoy ay may adhikain na mamuhay ng tahimik at magkaroon ng masaganang kabuhayan. Makakamit lamang natin ang mga ito kung tayo mismong mga mamamayan ay magsasama-samang bantayan at igalang ang karapatan ng bawat isa, pagyamanin ang kapaligiran at pairalin ang katarungan. Ang mga adhikain ng Magdalo, at mismo ng si Gen Lim, ay di nalalayo sa pangkalahatan. Di maipasubali na may mga taong naliligaw ng landas tungo sa ating mga minimithi, ngunit hindi ito dapat maging hadlang o balakid man para abutin ang ating pangarap. Ang pangarap naman ay makakamit lamang kung may aksyon. At ang aksyon na ito ay naangkop na sa panahon ngayon. NGAYON NA.

  21. Paul Farol - February 20, 2009 2:06 am

    Inisnab si pandak ni US Sec State. Katatapos lang sa Japan, punta agad sa Indonesia. Parang virus na iniiwasan si pandak ni Obama sa photo op at ni Clinton.

  22. bitchevil - February 20, 2009 2:10 am

    Hilary Clinton could easily swing by Manila between trip to Indonesia and South Korea. If you don’t call it a snub on the Philippines, then what’s that? Not even a brief stopover as a courtesy to a long time ally. But of course we all know that Clinton is not snubbing RP but the Evil Bitch. After 2010, she and even Obama might visit the Philippines.

  23. TonGuE-tWisTeD - February 20, 2009 5:29 am

    Salamat at bukas na naman ang ellentordesillas.com. Nasisira ang araw ko pag hindi makapasok. Malaki ang problema ni ploghost. Madalas nang ganito ng ganito.

  24. grizzy - February 20, 2009 7:57 am

    BE: If you don’t call it a snub on the Philippines, then what’s that? Not even a brief stopover as a courtesy to a long time ally.
    *****

    Sinabi mo pa! And to think that Clinton just inked an agreement with Japan to transfer US troops in Okinawa elsewhere. My Japanese friends know they are being transferred to the Philippines with the greedy Pidals offering the US haven for American soldiers in Mindanao for a big sum of money of course.

    Ngayon ang tanong, bakit hindi pupunta si Clinton sa Pilipinas? Para que? Tapos na ang usapan noon pang 2001, panahon pa ni Bush!!! Otherwise, walang magagahasang pilipina ng mga kano! :-P

  25. grizzy - February 20, 2009 8:09 am

    Sulbatz: Ang pagiging makabayan ay isang responsibilidad ng bawat mamamayan.

    *****

    You bet! That is why I never call the Japayukis “heroines” for they never have been as they have in fact brought “shame and scandal” to the Filipino race.

    I used to be proud of telling people that I was born in the Philippines born of goodly parents, one being part Japanese. I think I stopped telling people that when these Japayukis started invading Japan and taking over the dirty job of women catering to the basic male instinct of chauvinist Japanese and other foreign nationals residing in Japan.

    In fact, in the new village where I now reside, I don’t introduce myself as a Japanese-Filipino. I introduce myself as a Japanese who have lived in the US part of her life because I am afraid of getting discriminated, ostracized and being categorized as one of those pampan girls!

    Even with the restriction, in fact, they still come and go. Just the other day, I interpreted for a 23-year-old Filipina who came to Japan after the passage of the new law barring Japayukis to Japan. Then, to be able to stay, she agreed to marry a 77-year-old grandfather. Hindi pa nagpakatino sa totoo lang.

    She is now in jail waiting for her trial for shoplifting some key chains and a doll. As we say in Japanese, “kudaranai”(stupid, chicken-shit). Iyan ba ang makabayan at dapat tawaging “bayani”?

    Sabi mo nga, “pakensyet”!

  26. TonGuE-tWisTeD - February 20, 2009 8:17 am

    Guys, I’d like you to visit Manolo Quezon’s latest blog entry.

    There is a solid analysis on the military’s constitutional role in effecting change and some insider accounts of the 2005-2006 crisis in Gloria’s reign.

  27. syria - February 20, 2009 10:55 am

    Japayukis should not be ignored. There are many who are not the girls and boys that you would think they are. Most of them wanted to have a decent life, feed their families and help send their relatives to school.

    Japayuki is a word that is wrongly misinterpreted by most Filipinos. A friend of mine who worked in several cities in Japan for 15 long years, told me that the impression that Japayukis are prostitutes is wrong.

  28. syria - February 20, 2009 11:04 am

    ellen, the response to your column on that Antique girl who was horribly raped is now widespread. GMA eventhough she used the issue to her advantage, her words will at least motivate the police.

    Hopefully, those devils will suffer the same fate with what they did to the girl.

  29. syria - February 20, 2009 12:17 pm

    From Manila Times editorial –

    Indonesia, in Secretary Clinton’s words, is “one of Asia’s most dynamic nations, where human energy and aspiration combine to help lead the country to a free and fair system of elections…..
    ======================

    GMA, take note. Sec. Clinton definitely knows who you are and what you did to become the fake president. You may be the reason why she did not include PI in her itinerary. Simply because she does not trust you. The truth, you went to the US for Obama, not for her.

  30. airos - February 20, 2009 1:50 pm

    GMA’s hybrid rice program failed. They named the SL-8 hybrid rice Gloria. It was supposed to give more yield than the local variety.

    Nueva Ecija farmers are complaining dwarfed growth, in tagalog, bansot.

    Coincidentally, Gloria and the Gloria hybrid rice are both bansot. It was too late for the poor farmers to realize it.

  31. MPRivera - February 20, 2009 2:38 pm

    ellen/capt alejano,

    merong ilan dito na nagnanais na mapabilang sa samahang magdalo subalit ang inaalala nila ay baka hindi makarating sa mga kinauukulan ang aplikasyon kung padadaanin sa koreo. alam mo na, kabikabila ang mga asong nagbabantay sa sinungaling at huwad na umaastang pangulo at lahat ay gagawin nila upang huwag makapangyari ang pagpapalaganap ng alinmang samahang may layuning tumuklas at magbukas at ipagtanggol ang katotohanan.

    puwede kayang scanned muna ang aplikasyon at ipapadala na lamang ang orihinal kapag merong isa sa mga nagnanais mapabilang ang magbabakasyon?

  32. vic - February 20, 2009 2:38 pm

    Poor GMA…Pres. Obama has time for a Photo -ops with a salesperson at Beavertail Hut during his unscheduled stop at Byward Market during his Ottawa visit, after being served the country’s favourite desert of beavertail. And more Picture takings with sales clerks at a French Bakery where he stopped to buy some cookies for her daughters, he was not charged for the his shopping “spree”…

    It’s here:
    http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20090219/OTT_obama_traffic_090219/20090219?hub=Canada&s_name=

  33. MacarioSakay - February 20, 2009 2:46 pm

    MPRivera,

    walang dapat ipag-alala at walang problema sa pagpapadala ng aplikasyon kahit sa koreo. Mas mainam kung maramihan na lang at mas lumiliit ang halaga ang pagbuson kahit pa na sa LBC ipadala, kaysa sa paisa-isa.

  34. MacarioSakay - February 20, 2009 2:50 pm

    Dagdag inpormasyon lang sa lahat ng naniniwala sa ipinaglalaban ng Samahang Magdalo, here’s a the latest development that I’m sure will send shiverS up the spines of the Malacanang occupants. NAGSANIB-PUWERSA NA PO LAHAT!!!

    http://www.dannylim.org/

    http://magdaloparasapagbabago.blogspot.com/

  35. MacarioSakay - February 20, 2009 2:54 pm

    MAKASAYSAYAN ANG ARAW NA ITO…

  36. norpil - February 20, 2009 8:47 pm

    would it not be more meaningful if Magdalo is developed as a political organisation?

  37. chi - February 20, 2009 8:50 pm

    Samahang Magdalo, Kasama Ako!

  38. Isagani - February 20, 2009 11:36 pm

    deanr,

    May punto ang mga tanong mo. Pasaling ang pasok mo. Sana, kung may alam ka kung sino ang tunay na kapangyarihan sa Magdalo ay sabihin mo.

    Maari na ang kilalalng pinuno ng Magdalo ngayon ay frontman lamang. Totoo itong systema ng frontmen sa maraming grupo at samahan. Kinakailangan na bukas ang ating isip sa mga bagay na iyan upang hinde tayo malinlang, madismaya at sa huli ay mawalan ng pag-asa at paniniwala.

    Ng una kong madinig ang Magdalo, akala ko ay pangulo lang sila sa gobierno. Salamat at hinde ko sinarahan ang aking isip sapagkat pagkalipas ng sandaling panahon, nabuking ang kawalanghiyaan ng mga pinuno ng Sandatahan Pinas at ni Gluerya.

    Hinde ko sinasabi na may suspetsya ako sa Magdalo. Ang sinasabi ko lang ay huwag tayung tumalikod sa mga tanong.

    Ellen, ano ba ang dapat gaqwain upang makasali sa samahan ng Magdalo?

  39. jose miguel - February 21, 2009 9:48 am

    A NATION OF FILIPINOS, NOT OF INDIVIDUALS

    I read the “A Day In The Life of A Filipino” by Bagong Katipunan in the Magdalo website. I can not post my comment. I am poor at technology!

    This is regarding the part in Phase lll of the Execution where the ignorance and indifference ingrained in every Filipino is diagnosed as a major cause of our dying republic. I fully agree. I believe that this psycho-social behavior has paralyzed us Filipinos into behaving like abnormal people in response to our situation.

    However, how you were able to trace the development of this social disease to the Spanish colonial regime as the major and only cause, is not clear to me. If so, why did the revolution to move our nation out from that of a colony of Spain to that of an independent nation succeed? Why did that revolution, inspite of all the unlikelihood to get off the ground because of poor logistics, initiated by Andres Bonifacio of Spanish blood, of handicapped economic and educational background, succeed? Why were we able to establish a republic?

    Spanish colonization caused so much pain to us Filipinos. But how can we attribute the problem to that when just by a single symptom which is our widespread: useage of English language among our government officials; and the inferiority complex among us who cannot speak in English, as we suffer loss of Filipino dignity and control of our own resources in favor of foreigners (the more vital of our resources in the hands of the Americans and Chinese) and collaborated by GMA? Where is the trace of Spanish ACTUAL and PRESENT control of our resources and displacement of us Filipinos from our source of economic livelihood?

    To whom can we attribute the present weakening and indiference of our Armed Forces to protect us Filipinos who are resisting the looting of our money and our votes by GMA when our supposedly own Armed Forces have been continously engaged in psycho-social and doctrinal intercourse with the Americans? How did this happen? In normal nations, soldiers defend their people against foreign invasion. In our country, our government helped a foreigner who raped our own Filipina escape our jail! What does our Armed Forces do about it? Debate whether that is constitutional or politics! Meanwhile, they continue to serve the interests of the Americans leaving the rest of us suffering Filipinos in the hands of foreigners in collaboration with GMA, helpless.

    The point is, we have already a beautiful and independent nation—the Filipino Nation. We as a nation was born when we became independent from Spain. Their generals surrendered to our generals. We gave many of them safe conduct passes to return to their home in Spain! In fact some of them joined us Filipinos in resisting the Americans who invaded us in 1899. The American invasion in fact caused the death of 200,000 to 900,000 of us Filipinos. Such deaths caused the Americans to transmit into our development the corruption of our systems including our defense, politics, legal,education and communication system. Such invasion have made us Filipinos, very dependent to the Americans and Chinese. This has been replicated for generations.

    In view of the aforementioned circumstance? Why have not these two foreigners the Americans and the Chinese who have control of our most vital of resources (defense, education and economic) today not been diagnosed?

    I do not have the objective to destroy the resistance movement. I do not have the objective to destroy the Americans and the Chinese. My objective is to prevent our nation from dying. My objective is for all of us to unite and to render the correct diagnosis to recover our nation from a complex developmental disease—Alienated Identity and Defense Syndrome.

    If we want to recover our nation from death, we need a defense system to protect us and destroy all invading foreign organisms. We should I think, bring our soldiers back to normal—having that centuries old tradition of defending us Filipinos against foreign invasion. Then that is the time when we can finally resist GMA. When our soldiers recognize that GMA is collaborating with foreigners who are invading our nation, and realize what is the role of a normal soldier, resistance movement can take off. That role when recovered, will render all arguments as to the role of the soldier irrelevant.

  40. jose miguel - February 21, 2009 9:50 am

    I wrote: “I read the …in the Magdalo website. I can not post my comment.”, should by written I cannot post my comment in that website.

  41. MPRivera - February 21, 2009 5:28 pm

    off topic:

    can anyone here send the list of nursing board passers?

    hindi kasi mabuksan ‘yung listahan sa abs-cbn.news.com. kahapon pa ng madaling araw ng aking subukan subalit hanggang ngayon ay ERROR pa rin.

    please naman, sino man sa nandito na merong mabuting kalooban, kahit ‘yung R portion la’ang.

    pakipadala dine sa aking kubol, MRivera@almabani.com.sa.

    balita ko kasi ay nakapasang awa ang aking anak, at kung totoo ay kakatayin ko na ‘yung aking alagang patabaing baboy at imported na kabayong wala naman akong pakinabang.

    namumulubi na ako sa pagpapakain, eh sobrang lakas mangagsilamon!

  42. neonate - February 21, 2009 7:56 pm

    MPRivera: Try http://www.prcboardexamresults.com/39455-passers-the-november-2008-nursing-board-examinations/

  43. neonate - February 21, 2009 8:17 pm

    MPRivera, the address MRivera@almabani.com.sa. is not recognized as a valid email address by Hotmail and Gmail.

  44. chi - February 21, 2009 9:59 pm

    I’ve also read “A Day In The Life of A Filipino” by Bagong Katipunan in the Magdalo website and I, too, fully agree “that the ignorance and indifference ingrained in every Filipino is diagnosed as a major cause of our dying republic.”

    JM, you did a thorough and enlightening comments/observations there. Very nice.

  45. MPRivera - February 21, 2009 10:05 pm

    neonate,

    one mr. jobomono rosco sent me a list of the board passers and YES, with God’s help, my daughter is one of those who made it!

    puwede na nating katayin itong alaga kong baboy at tapahin ang imported na kabayo. isama na rin natin ‘yung dagang costang may nunal sa pisnge!

    ang gagawin nating pagkatay ay pag-ispin para dahan dahan ang pagkamatay.

    sino’ng uuna?

  46. chi - February 21, 2009 10:30 pm

    MPRivera,

    Ala e, nasa bundok ako at narinig ko ang iyong sigaw. Huli man daw at magaling nasa email mo ang ngalan ng iyong mahal na anak.

    Congratulations! Another OFW who sacrifices everything has a job just done as he wished…against all odds!

  47. bitchevil - February 21, 2009 11:08 pm

    Every year, thousands of nursing graduates add up to the list of unemployed. The US has even now stopped hiring foreign nurses due to the current crisis. Nevertheless, medical workers are still among the most in demand around the world. One noticeable change in the nursing profession is the increase of the number of male nurses. In the past, it might look awkward for men to take up nursing program which was mainly for the women. Today, the number of male nurses and students has significantly increased.

  48. Ellen - February 21, 2009 11:23 pm

    DEANR,Capt. Gary Alejano sent a reply to your questions:

    1. Sino ang nakakataas kay Alejano?

    The Samahang Magdalo is under the Magdalo Movement of which Gen Danny Lim is the National Chairman with Sen Trillanes as the Vice chairman and also Lt James Layug as the President of Magdalo Movement. And most of all, the interest of the people and the country ay syang nakakataas sa akin.

    2. Si Gringo ba?

    Sir Greg has never been been part of the Samahang Magdalo.

    3. Kung si Gringo ang leader nila. Saan naka pwesto si Enrile?

    We are not controlled or manipulated by these two persons nor by any individual or groups. What we are doing is out of our love for the country.

    To those who commented, I thanked them. For those who doubt, do your share and join.

  49. Valdemar - February 21, 2009 11:35 pm

    Madalas kong marinig sa mga magulang, Tamad, hanap ka ng trabaho, kahit ano. Wala yatang magulang ang nagsasabing, yung malinis na trabaho. Basta….pakainin mo sarili mo!

  50. Valdemar - February 22, 2009 9:38 am

    By the looks of it, lahat na makabayan, makatarungan at mga nais kong maging ay neutralized to the bone. Kung sa paltat, natanggal ang mga tinik panlaban. And even time cannot heal it in our generation anymore. Redress is a word that may soon be extinct in our history. Meantime, lets enjoy what we have become courtesy of the apparently better side.

  51. MacarioSakay - February 22, 2009 10:45 am

    VALDEMAR, ilocano ka ba, brod?

  52. MPRivera - February 22, 2009 5:34 pm

    chi,

    muntik na nga akong mabilaukan nang mabasa ang kanyang pangalan sa hanay ng mga pumasa sa nursing board exam.

    ngayon la’ang ako nakikita ng iskor na 31926.

    pero nakakapag-alala din dahil umpisa pa lamang ito ng kanyang tunay na pagpalalot sa larangan ng buhay. menor de edad pa kasi, meron kayang magtiwala sa kanyang kakayahan?

    buti hindi nagmana sa akin. pero ganyan din ako noon. kapag kumukuha ako ng kung ano anong eksamin laging pasado sa unang pagtatangka ‘yung aking mga katabi. sa akin na nga sila kumokopyang sagot ako pa rin ang bagsak!

    ‘yun pala, ang kinokopya nila ay ‘yung tamang sagot ko, ‘yung mali hindi nila sinisipi. ‘andadaya nila!

  53. Valdemar - February 22, 2009 9:47 pm

    MS,
    Yes I am a pure blooded Ilocano.

    Grizzly,
    I am one who is not ashamed but proud of the dregs that we have become. I admire the Japayukis. They are heroes in their own way.

  54. tru blue - February 23, 2009 6:06 am

    Magno, if this will give you comfort – my cousin who could have gone to college opted not to and became just a mere jeepney driver and then OFW only to support his only son’s wish to become a pilot. His son fulfilled his dreams but also never WASTED the millions his father spent during flight school. His domestic routes were Manila to Cebu to Davao for so many years and now with the ATO. My cousin is still a happy jeepney driver here in Baguio.

    Wishing all those children of the OFW’s reciprocate to the financial hardships extended to them and do well in school.

  55. tru blue - February 23, 2009 6:14 am

    Just what good are you as a religious person, or someone who quotes the bible for guidance IF you cannot even have the freakiest idea that some people out there are just hurting in so many ways. Prostitution is the oldest profession in the world as we always articulate. Some maybe enjoy what they’re doing BUT when they’re collectively castigated is only mesmerizing. It’s not even a question of morality. So long as it’s done to support their families to me is acceptable – they’re better than those THIEVES in government.

  56. bitchevil - February 23, 2009 6:56 am

    true blue, we call them “hypocrites”.

  57. norpil - February 23, 2009 5:03 pm

    it is quite easy historically to judge prostitutes. but what about the clients of prostitutes. without them prostitution will not thrive.

  58. Valdemar - February 24, 2009 11:51 am

    There has never been any law against prostitution per se. Even in Singapore. And perhaps in Japan.

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