Silip ni Bagwis

Wednesday, June 28, 2006












Anti-riot policemen use a baton , shields and water cannons to dispers protesters when they managed to reach Mendiola Bridge Friday June 9, 2006 to protest the rash of killings of journalists and leftists, the latest is Marcus Bangit a leftists was gunned down in Isabela Province. The protesters are blaming President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's government as well as Police and the military for the alarming rash of killings around the country which claimed the lives of 49 journalists and 607 activists since 2001 when arroyo becme president. Three police officers and about 30 others protesters were injured in the clash

CLASH









Anti-riot policemen use a baton , shields and water cannons to dispers protesters when they managed to reach Mendiola Bridge Friday June 9, 2006 to protest the rash of killings of journalists and leftists, the latest is Marcus Bangit a leftists was gunned down in Isabela Province. The protesters are blaming President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's government as well as Police and the military for the alarming rash of killings around the country which claimed the lives of 49 journalists and 607 activists since 2001 when arroyo becme president. Three police officers and about 30 others protesters were injured in the clash

Monday, May 08, 2006

FREE at LAST










Bayan Muna Representative Satur Ocampo, are greeted by supporters as they leave the premises of the Lower House, Monday, May 8, 2006 after taking refuge for 70 days to avoid arrest on coup charges. The lawmakers left the premises of the Lower House following the dismissal of their charges by a lower court and the announcement by the Palace that they won't be anymore arrested.

CHILDREN PLAY ON SANDY BEACH









The tell-tale bacteria often occur at higher levels in the sand than in the water, according to the report. Studies also show that the microbes survive in sand longer than they do in water.

Thursday, April 06, 2006

STOP POLICE BRUTALITY
















Riot police push back protestors who tried to hold a demonstration at a no rally zone near the Malacanang Palace, Thursday, April 6, 2006. Police used water cannons and truncheons as they dispersed a rally by more than 3,000 people demanding President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo 's ouster, emboldened by protests that helped force out Thailand's prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

THE OPPRESSOR

















Anti-riot policeman hits a protester as they break up a rally calling for the ouster of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Thursday, April 6, 2006 near the Malacanang palace. The protesters were able to reach a no rally zone close to the palace for the first time after President Arroyo's declared a week-long state of emergency last month.

















Anti-riot policemen use water cannons to disperse some 3,000 demonstrators during a protest outside the presidential palace, April 6, 2006. About a dozen people were hurt on Thursday when anti-riot police clashed with leftist activists calling for President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to step down. The protesters were able to reach a no rally zone close to the palace for the first time after President Arroyo’s declared a week-long state of emergency last mounth.

DISPERSAL















An anti-riot police uses his truncheon as water cannon hit protesters during a demonstration calling for the ouster of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Thursday, April 6, 2006 near the presidential palace. The protesters were able to reach a no rally zone close to the palace for the first time after President Macapagal-Arroyo's declared a week-long state of emergency last month.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

"HOUSEMATES"

Friday, March 31, 2006

POVERTY and HUNGER





















People cannot move out of poverty if their basic needs for nutrition, shelter, healthcare, economic and other supports are not being met. According to Social Weather Station, 14.3% of Filipinos had had less food than they needed. In 2001 it was “only” 11.4%. That’s some 13 million Filipinos who go hungry. Unemployment has risen, from 11.4% to 11.7%.

Thursday, March 30, 2006

THEORY and PRACTICE

Thursday, March 09, 2006

RICH and POOR






















Gov’t to borrow $ 900 M this year “Recent surveys indicate that more Filipinos are suffering from hunger . The World bank said despite two years of economic growth, surveys showed that 17 percent of the population reported hunger compared to 12 percent last year and over 49 percent considered themselves impoverished compared to 48 percent in 2005." In February, the Philippines budget deficit was P25 billion World Bank said.

FEED MY HUNGRY CHILDREN

DEPEND WOMEN RIGHTS!






















Women shout during a protest marking International Women's Day in financial district of Makati March 8, 2006. Lawmakers condemned the arrest of one member of the lower house of Congress who was leading a separate women's march early in the day in Welcome Rtd. Women's group marched to demand President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo step down over allegations of human rights abuses, corruption and vote-rigging in 2004 election.

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY














Thousands of protesters, mostly women, march against President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo during a protest marking International Women's Day in financial district of Makati March 8, 2006. Lawmakers condemned the arrest of one member of the lower house of Congress who was leading a separate women's march early in the day in welcome Rtd., Women's group demand Arroyo step down over allegations of human rights abuses, corruption and vote-rigging in 2004 elections

FREE CRISPIN BELTRAN

















Supporters of Rep. Crispin Beltran shout slogans calling for the release of their leader and stop political repression outside Regional Trial court in Makati City Tuesday March, 7, 2006. Beltran was arrested Feb. 24 following President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's declaration of a state of emergency allegedly to thwart a coup plot against her that allegedly listed Beltran as one of the conspirators. Five other leftist congressmen eluded arrest by holing themselves up in the Lower House.

COMMITMENT


















Detained Anakpawis Party List Rep. Crispin Beltran clenches his fists as he arrives for a preliminary hearing at the Makati city court at the financial district Tuesday March. 7, 2006. Beltran was arrested Feb. 24 following President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's declaration of a state of emergency allegedly to thwart a coup plot against her that allegedly listed Beltran as one of the conspirators. Five other leftist congressmen eluded arrest by holing themselves up in the Lower House