A short article from a local online news site describes so vividly the same prevalent global picture of an economy that only favors the few, in our case, foreigners, i.e. mestizos, who dominate the economic and political landscape in this part of the world.
Continue reading Despite high economic growth, PH poverty on the rise
In a bold move to stop US warmongering in the South China Sea/West Philippine Sea, Chinese Wang Yi declared that the artificial structures be opened for cooperative use between nations in the region.
Continue reading China Offers Spratly Facilities for Asean's Common Use
The ongoing conflict in the South China Sea, or the West Philippine Sea, whichever perspective you want to look at it from, is not between the Philippines and China but of China versus the United States.
Continue reading Chinese Hit U.S. Provocations over South China Sea
The one-sided relationship between the Philippines and the United States dates back to 1902 when the last revolutionaries
capitulated to the US military after fighting the Spanish 6 years before. The Spanish American War resulted in the transfer of control over this country from the Spaniards into the hands of the Americans.
Continue reading Behold the Philippines Under U.S. Democracy for 113 Years!
Having been colonized by Spain for 300 years, by the US for more than 40 years and occupied by Japan during WWII, the Filipino people have a long history of struggle for peace that is inextricably linked to the struggle for national sovereignty, social justice and genuine freedom. The Filipino women were at the forefront of these struggles and played important and leading roles.
Continue reading Do People in the Philippines Appreciate What the U.S. Does to Them?
We and the Americans have so many things in common. While they have allowed the Nazis to live inside their country, even elected some into the highest office of the land, the current president of the Philippines is now inviting Japanese troops to visit their once occupied territory.
Continue reading Confirmed: Philippine President BS Aquino is Stupid!
There has been a confrontation between a US surveillance aircraft and Chinese Navy over its ongoing reclamation in the area of the Spratly Group of Islands, last week.
Continue reading South China Sea Skirmishes
Philippines is a beautiful country, everybody knows that. It’s listed as one of the best countries to retire on.
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It seems the United States has found another playground for its war games. The National Interest reported that Washington plans to send its military ships and planes to patrol areas in the South China Sea stirring up an already tense situation in the region, where several nations have competing territorial claims.
Continue reading U.S. Warships in South China Sea May Lead to War Between US, China
This is an open letter to all Maharlikans, the
original name for the inhabitants of the Philippines.
Nowadays, one need Google Earth only to determine exactly where these islands legitimately belong to, with consideration to the 200 nautical mile economic exclusivity clause [EEZ] of the UN maritime law.
Continue reading Why is China Reclaiming The Kalayaan Group of Islands?
When regimes around the world decide to follow the whims of the United States, sooner or later something like this would happen…
Members of the Philippine National Police (PNP) carry a metal casket of one of the 42 of the 44 fallen colleagues, who were killed in …
Continue reading What Was the U.S. Role in the Slaughter of 44 Filipino Special Ops Police?