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« Reply #20 on: June 30, 2013, 08:51:41 PM »


Title: Armed Christian group Reformed Ilaga Movement
Caption: Armed Christian group Reformed Ilaga Movement activists raise their weapons as they assemble in a remote village in North Cotabato, southern Philippines on August 27, 2008. A Philippine Christian vigilante group warned that it will start executing 10 Muslim rebels for every civilian killed, as violence in the south of the country intensifies. The Reform Ilaga Movement, dormant for decades after gaining prominence in the 1970s during the early stages of the rebellion, have again been in the spotlight in the face of a new campaign by Muslim rebels. AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Date created: 27 Aug 2008
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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #21 on: June 30, 2013, 09:25:25 PM »

mora kog nakatimaho paggawas sa exotic beauty. ;D
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« Reply #22 on: June 30, 2013, 09:30:19 PM »


Title: Militant Christian Group Ilaga Resurface In Mountains
Caption: NORTH COTABATO, PHILIPPINES - OCTOBER 03: Commander Max (L) stands with his group Ilaga, a militant Christian group known for its brutal attacks in Mindanao during the 1970s, which has resurfaced in the mountains of North Cotabato, on October 3, 2012 in Philippines. Violence attributed to the Ilaga included the 1971 massacre of 65 men, women and children inside a mosque at the village of Maili in Carmen, North Cotabato. The resurgence comes as Islamic separatist rebels come to the final stages of peace talks with the Philippine government and a radical breakaway faction staged recent attacks on government forces and civilians. (Photo by Jeoffrey Maitem/Getty Images)
Date created: 03 Oct 2012
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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #23 on: June 30, 2013, 09:34:12 PM »
Violence attributed to the Ilaga reached its bloodiest in June 1971 with the massacre of 65 men, women and children inside a mosque at Barangay Manili in Carmen, North Cotabato.  The group was composed of untrained villagers used by the military to attack Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) communities. Some members reportedly cut off the ears of dead Muslims and wore them around their necks as trophies. (wikipedia)


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« Reply #24 on: June 30, 2013, 09:36:55 PM »
One senior member, Norberto Manero, aka Kumander Bukay, also gained notoriety in the 1980s after he was convicted of murdering Italian priest Tullio Favali whom he had suspected of having links with communist insurgents. 

Santiago (spokesperson of the Reform Ilaga Movement), who is in his mid-60s, claimed that his group had at least 10,000 armed members and 10,000 more supporters.  At the press conference, the Philippine Daily Inquirer saw some 300 armed men present.  Some fighters had amulets, which, Santiago said, “came from their elders during the time of Commander Toothpick.”  The amulets are believed to lose their powers when a person using it had done something bad.  “Our instruction to them is not to go to battle if they have done something wrong against other people.  To follow God’s commandments to avoid accidents that may lead to their deaths,” Santiago said. (wikipedia)


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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #25 on: June 30, 2013, 09:51:33 PM »
The Rano massacre occurred inside a small protestant church affiliated to the United Church of Christ of the Philippines in a tiny village of Rano, Barangay Binaton in Digos, Davao del Sur thirteen years ago, Of the 39 persons killed, two were beheaded. They were Pastor Ruben Ayap and his brother. The CPP-NPA-NDF hierarchy acknowledged responsibility for the killings and in the face of public revulsion to yet another confirmation of their ruthlessness, all they said are sorry and the promise for an investigation so that the guerrilla unit involved could face trial is until now remains a promise. They even hailed Amado Payot a.k.a Kumander Bensar, the leader of the Roque Magtanggol Command responsible for that carnage as a true-bloodied communist revolutionary committed enough to advanced the communist revolutions. (The once praised Bensar is now the communist subject of character assassination when he left the movement ten years later and joined the mainstream of our society.)

The reason for the massacre appears to be the widespread refusal of the village people into submission to the Maoist communist tyrannical rule that is common in the country side. Submission means cooperating and paying so called revolutionary taxation to the communist terrorists. This taxation has been going on for years, and has been a cruel burden to the poor in the mountains who sometimes have nothing to eat but root crops.

The Rano massacre was just a tip of an iceberg. In 1987, several members of the Philippine Independent Church (PICAVI Aglipayan) including its local priest who opposed the communists were also inside their chapel in the hinterlands of Paquibato District in Davao City. The NPA unit responsible for that carnage is the Meynardo Arce command led by Leonardo Pitao a.k.a Kumader Parago.


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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #26 on: June 30, 2013, 11:29:24 PM »


haha!!

the girlfriend picture secured it eh? :P


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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #27 on: June 30, 2013, 11:43:47 PM »

mao nay gitawag ug booby trap dong bran. ahong gi lit-ag si hubag. mi sod sija sa la-ang. mag anam ug ka lawom ning atong estorya. aho ra man gong gi paminaw ug na reformed ba jud tinood si hubag. kong di ko nija hilabtan. kay nawa man sija ug pila ka adlaw. ugma pa ahong flight sa pinas. so instead of visiting my exotic beauties in china, mo deretso na lang ko sa camp lapulapu to begin phase 1 of operation tuli-on

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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #28 on: June 30, 2013, 11:46:42 PM »
Enjoy your vacation to the Philippines, Nong Balong. Enjoy it with your friends, family! Take it easy and don't take things too personally okay? Take pictures and don't forget to share it here. May God bless you!

Its a wonderful and beautiful Sunday morning, Nong!

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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #29 on: June 30, 2013, 11:49:17 PM »
good day dong bran. ayaw kalimti ug subay ning atong sugilanon. mo samot ni ug ka thrilling, suspense to the max

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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #30 on: July 01, 2013, 02:31:01 AM »
actually, di pa jud unta ko mo uli pinas. kong wa lang hilabti ni hubag si steven sea gull, safe pa unta sija. pero mo gawas lagi pod ang ijang pagka hambogero, ipakita nga isog sija, let us go ahead. i called my secretary in florida, day, kuha-i ko ug ticket. naa dajon. kini gong naa tay kwarta, sajon ra tanan. unsay imong gusto. ahong ipa kita ninjo ugma ang ahong picture sa JFK. i will hold a newspaper para makita ninjo ang date. para di mo maka ingon nga kombinasyon.

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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #31 on: July 01, 2013, 07:52:08 AM »
naa koy mga letrato sa trump hotel pero di na lang nato e post. grabe na pong gara-a. once in a while mag serious ta. malipay ko ug mag gara gara si hubag ug 1000 posts, no problem. it will be easier to identify his ip address because you always leave electronic footprints in your computer every time you use it. then your location will be known thru your ip address. di man tantong ugok ni si hubag. makasabot man sija ani. my advice for hubag is to use a proxy server to hide his ip address, so it will be much more fun for me. to make the game more interesing. but i guarantee nga bisan unsay buhaton ni hubag, wa jud sijay katago-an.
 
i will let him feel FEAR. mag pang lingi sija kanunay kong mo lakaw sija.  but he will see nothing. kay wa man sija kaila sa ahong mga hunters. kaila sija naho kay klaro man ning ahong hitsura. but dont worry folks. no harm will come to hubag. we cannot afford to lose our no.1 columnist kay mamingaw atong forum.

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Re: Diary of an ILAGA
« Reply #32 on: August 29, 2013, 08:12:21 PM »

...than to speak out and remove all doubt." - Abraham Lincoln


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