Bakit dapat kumilos para itulak ang pagbibitiw ni Aquino?

 

Traydor sa bayan si Aquino. Duguan ang kamay niya sa madugong engkwentro sa Mamasapano. Para mapaligaya ang boss niyang Estados Unidos (US), itinulak niya sa tiyak na kapahamakan at kamatayan ang 44 na Special Action Force, 18 mandirigmang Moro at di bababa sa 7 sibilyan […]

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Youth group Anakbayan today announced “bigger and bolder” protests to demand the resignation of President Benigno Aquino III over the

Mamasapano offensive and unabated school fee hikes under his government.
According to Anakbayan national chairperson Vencer Crisosotomo, more than 100 youth organizations including teachers, faculty and administrators, are calling for nationwide […]

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MARCH 6: BLACK MARCH TO CHED; MARCH 13: NATIONWIDE WALKOUT!

We are outraged. Commercialized Philippine education has claimed another victim.

Last Friday, February 27, a 16-year old respiratory therapy student from Cagayan State University committed suicide reportedly due to difficulty in paying for her school fees in Tuguegarao.

The 16-year old respiratory therapy student from […]

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Youth group Anakbayan denounced the recent gasoline price hikes and called Aquino a “puppet of the oil cartel.” The youth group held a noice barrage along Commonwealth in Batasan Hills, Quezon City.

Last Feb 24, 2015 prices of gasoline increased by P0.85 per liter and diesel increased by P0.80 per liter. Recently two oil firms, […]

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Youth group Anakbayan held a candle lighting protest in UP Diliman today to condemn the Aquino government’s “all-out war” in Mindanao. The group said the offensive will victimize civilians and is a cover-up intended to distract the public from Aquino’s criminal accountability in the Mamasapano incident.

Around 5,725 families or 28,685 people have been […]

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Group ask cops not to block protests, join march for justice

Youth and student groups are set to lead nationwide campus walkouts and protests tomorrow, February 27, to call for Aquino’s resignation. Thousands are expected to march to Mendiola tomorrow in what they called a “Day of Rage for Justice, Accountability and Change.”

According to […]

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Youth group Anakbayan today condemned the deployment of thousands of policemen to block ongoing protest march at EDSA from reaching the People Power Monument.

Anakbayan national chairperson Vencer Crisostomo said the police barricade of EDSA is reflective of Noynoy Aquino’s “State of Paranoia.”

“The police are being used by a paranoid and increasingly desperate president […]

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Youth groups marched to EDSA today, anniversary of People Power 1 and exactly one month after the bloody Mamasapano incident, to call on President Aquino to step down for “betraying the nation” when he ordered the offensive that killed at least 69 Filipinos.

Anakbayan unfurled streamers on the People Power Monument saying “Game Over, Noynoy” […]

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Youth group Anakbayan today assailed the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) for “their compulsive lying regarding tuition hikes” and said they are lawyering for “capitalist-educators.”

“Instead of stopping tuition hikes, they resort to lies, doublespeak and cover-ups to defend capitalist-educators. They attack student groups protesting tuition hikes. Mahihiya si Pinnochio sa kasinungalingan […]

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Youth group Anakbayan and Youth Act Now Alliance led student protests today to call for “justice and accountability” on the Mamasapano bloodbath and Aquino’s resignation. This is in preparation for the nationwide student walkout protest set February 27.

In University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman, students, faculty and administrators held a noise […]

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‘Cooperation’? It was treason
Youth group to Malacanang: stop covering up for US

Youth group Anakbayan today assailed the Palace statement saying “nothing is wrong” with the US directing the Mamasapano offensive, and that the offensive was a “cooperation” between the US and the Philippines in the “war on terror.”

“The Palace statement is […]

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