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BANGON LEYTE

We have seen the greatest collateral damage my country has to endure in 2013, which is always under-reported in mainstream media. Both the 7+ magnitude Bohol earthquake and the Cat 5 typhoon Hainan, during the last quarter alone, have brought so much misery and pain.

The loss of loved ones, friends and neighbors were so hard to bear. The impact was so great especially during the holiday seasons when everybody should have been home. For many of us, these words have lost their meanings. There’s nobody there to celebrate with and no home to be there anymore.

This is on top of the already dire economic conditions that the mortals who consider themselves godly had imposed upon us.

We have learned how to live with it for the last four centuries of their domination. We have adapted ourselves to the manipulated realities that they who have appointed themselves as the “Chosen Few” have imposed upon us.

Still, they have not been able to break the human spirit. They will never be.

Bangon Leyte

“Rise up, Leyte” is the rock concert we have organized together with local bands facing the Pacific who volunteered their time and talent, giving their best to the people, who survived the worst typhoon in history, something to celebrate on.

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That’s me on the 6-string acoustic. Haven’t touch that thing in 15 years. It’s karaoke’s fault 😉
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Everyone’s havin’ a good time last night. They can’t break us down. It’s high time now that they should realize that. ..    ..about time.

This is our way of telling them that they are not alone.

Together with the rest of the world, we welcome this New Year with great hope and pride. The battle is about to be won.

Happy New Year, Everyone. Thanks for all the support through all these years. We’ve never have survived without it.

Mabuhay!!!

HERE COMES THE SUN

TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE COME TO OUR AID in the aftermath of the worst typhoon in history, i.e. Typhoon Hainan that ravaged Tacloban and neighboring towns very recently…

… here’s a treat for you…. enjoy 😉

The band is from Tacloban City.

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UNICEF Forced Vaccination on HAARP Victims

It’s never enough that they have killed 30 thousands [and counting] of my countrymen, they now are injecting unnecessary polio vaccines to the survivors of HAARP.
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This is happening in spite of the fact that polio has been eradicated long time ago in this part of the world.

So, even if the vaccine hoax is over, the madmen at the UN-WHO-UNICEF are still at it. One “Bonesman” even died trying to inform the world about the dangers and the real reason why they’re doing it.

Walker’s death and those of others may not be in vain for too many across the world have awakened to the madness as the sheer number of FB shares this single article have garnered while we were knocked out from the internet for the last two weeks, i.e. 60,000+ page views and 10k+ FB shares!

No Polio in the Philippines Since 1993, But Mass Polio Vaccination Program Targeted for 500,000 Typhoon Victims Under Age 5

Brian Shilhavy
Health Impact News Editor

In the aftermath of one of the strongest storms to ever strike land, the most dangerous place for children in the Philippines to be right now could very well be the evacuation centers, or living near one.

This past week, the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF began an aggressive program to vaccinate more than 500,000 children with the measles and polio vaccines in the typhoon affected areas of the Philippines. They have already vaccinated more than 30,000 children in Tacolban, one of the worst hit areas.

“It is virtually unprecedented that within two and a half weeks of a disaster of this scale, with this level of devastation and these logistical challenges, that a mass vaccination campaign is already rolling out,” reported Dr. Julie Hall, WHO representative in the Philippines.

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The aim is to make the subject of free energy more understandable for the layman so that anybody could replicate and install his own power plant and be completely living off-grid.

If you haven’t done so, please like our FB page to encourage others to learn more about our work.

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