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ADMU FACULTY ON THE DEATH OF KIAN
« on: August 22, 2017, 12:58:18 PM »

STATEMENT OF CONCERNED ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY FACULTY ON THE DEATH OF KIAN LOYD DE LOS SANTOS

August 21, 2017
   
(English)

Statement of concerned Ateneo de Manila University faculty on the death of Kian Loyd de los Santos and the recent spate of extra judicial killings
 
On 16 August 2017, police officers accosted a 17-year-old Senior High School student named Kian Loyd de los Santos in Caloocan City. Moments later, Kian, the son of an OFW mother, was found dead in what is believed to be yet another case of extra judicial killing. Kian was among those who were executed following the series of raids related to President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs, a grisly operation that resulted in the slaughter of 74 people, according to The Manila Times. 
 
Amnesty International reports that the latest development in the president's bloody campaign is reaching "new depths of barbarity." Meanwhile, the Commission on Human Rights considers the scale of the recent killings to be "unprecedented."
 
We, the concerned faculty of the Ateneo de Manila University, condemn in the strongest possible terms the horrendous spate of extra judicial killings. We denounce the state terror that President Duterte is unleashing upon the citizenry. The culture of violent impunity that he instigates is a threat to the fundamental virtues that bind us as a nation.   
 
Since the introduction of Oplan Tokhang on 30 June 2016, the Philippine Daily Inquirerwould report on 16 February 2017 that about 2,127 people had been killed. In May, as ABS-CBN stated, that number would balloon with no less than the Philippine National Police admitting to terminating 12,000 suspects. One shudders to think of the current number of victims who were executed without access to their legal rights.
 
As Filipino educators with a Christian perspective, we promote the inalienable values of deliberation and fairness, of care and justice. We therefore demand an end to the carnage that has created a climate of fear, lawlessness, and abuse. We call on people of conscience to join us in demanding the restoration of the rule of law and the cessation of the arbitrary use of brute force against the most vulnerable sectors of our community: the poor, the ill, and the innocent.
 
There is no place for terror in a just society. Stop the killings now!
Republic Act 8485 (Animal Welfare Act of 1998, Philippines), as amended and strengthened by House  Bill 6893 of 2013--- violation means a maximum of P250,000 fine with a corresponding three-year jail term and a minimum of P30,000 fine and six months imprisonment


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Re: ADMU FACULTY ON THE DEATH OF KIAN
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2017, 05:07:04 PM »

(Filipino)

Pahayag ng ilang kaguruan ng Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila kaugnay ng pagpaslang kay Kian Loyd de los Santos at sa dumaraming kaso ng EJK
 
 
Noong ika-16 ng Agosto 2017, dinakip ng mga pulis si Kian Lloyd de los Santos, 17 gulang at nasa ikaapat na taon ng hayskul, sa Lungsod Caloocan.  Ilang sandali pa at natagpuang patay si Kian Loyd, na anak ng isang nanay na OFW. Pinaniniwalaang isang kaso ng extra-judicial killing (EJK) ang pagkamatay ni Kian Loyd at bahagi ito ng malawakang kampanya ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa kanyang digmaan laban sa droga, isang karumal-dumal na operasyon na nauwi sa pagpaslang ng 74 katao ayon sa The Manila Times.

Ayon naman sa Amnesty International, umabot na sa sukdulang kahayupan ang kampanyang ito, at para sa Komisyon ng mga Karapatang Pantao, nasa panibagong rurok na ang kalapastanganan kung pagbabatayan ang bilang ng mga pinapaslang at nasasawi.

Ipinagdidiinan at ipinahahayag namin, bilang mga guro ng Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila, ang pagkondena sa kalunos-lunos na extra-judicial killings na ito. Tinutuligsa namin ang karahasang inihagupit ng Pangulong Duterte sa mga mamamayan ng ating bansa. Ang kultura ng karahasan na kanyang ipinunla at pinagtitibay ay banta sa mga pangunahing halagahan na nagbubuklod sa atin bilang isang bansa.

Iniulat ng Philippine Daily Inquirer noong 16 Pebrero 2017 na mula nang simulan ang Oplan Tokhang noong 30 Hunyo 2016, nasa 2,127 katao na ang namatay. Noong Mayo 2017, ipinahayag naman ng ABS-CBN na tumataas pa ang bilang dahil na rin sa pag-amin ng Philippine National Police sa pagkakapaslang sa 12,000 katao. Nakapanghihilakbot ang bilang ng mga basta-basta pinaslang nang walang pagsasaalang-alang sa kanilang karapatang-pantaong naaayon sa batas.

Bilang mga guro na hinubog ng Kristiyanong pananaw, itinataguyod namin ang mga karapatang pantao, ang patas na pagsisiyasat, ang pakikipagkapwa-tao, at ang katarungan.  Isinisigaw namin ang kahingiang itigil na ang kabi-kabilang pagpaslang na lumikha ng kaligiran ng takot, panunuwail, at pang-aabuso.  Nananawagan kami sa sambayanan na suriin ang budhi at magkaisa sa panunumbalik ng kaayusan, katarungan, at nang matigil ang paggamit ng dahas lalo na sa mga naisasantabing sektor ng ating lipunan: ang mga maralita, mahina, at walang kamalay-malay.
Republic Act 8485 (Animal Welfare Act of 1998, Philippines), as amended and strengthened by House  Bill 6893 of 2013--- violation means a maximum of P250,000 fine with a corresponding three-year jail term and a minimum of P30,000 fine and six months imprisonment

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Re: ADMU FACULTY ON THE DEATH OF KIAN
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2017, 05:10:12 PM »

(Cebuano)

Pamahayag sa pipila ka mga magtutudlo sa Ateneo de Manila kabahin sa pagpatay kang Kian Loyd de los Santos ug sa nagkadaghan nga kaso sa EJK
 
 
Niadtong ika-16 sa Agusto 2017, gidakop si Kian Loyd de los Santos, 17 anyos ug naa sa ikaupat nga tuig sa hayskul, sa Caloocan City. Sa walay oras, si Kian, OFW ang inahan, nakit-ang patay sa gituuhang usa na usab ka kaso sa extra judicial killing. Si Kian usa sa mga gipatay sunod sa mga raids nga naay kalambigitan sa war on drugs ni Presidente Rodrigo Duterte, usa ka ngilngig nga operasyon nga mihamtong sa pagpatay sa 74 ka mga tawo matod sa The Manila Times.
 
Matod sa Amnesty International, kining mga panghitabo sulod sa madugo nga kampanya sa president mihmatong na sa mas way puas nga pagpatay. Dugang pa sa Commission on Human Rights nga pinakadaghan ang mga kaso sa pagpatay karon.
 
Kami nga mga nagpakabana nga magtutudlo sa Ateneo de Manila University, mikondena sa bug-os nga pagbati sa walay puas nga mga pagpatay o extra judicial killings. Hugot namo nga gisaway ang pang-abuso ug pagpanglapas sa gobyerno nga gipasiugdahan ni Presidente Duterte ngadto sa katawhan. Ang kultura sa pang-abuso nga iyang gipalikuran usa ka hulga sa mga sukaranang gawi ug pamatasan nga mao untay mohiusa sa atong nasod.
 
Sukad sa pagpasikad sa Oplan Tokhang niadtong Hunyo 30 2016, asoy sa Philippine Daily Inquirer nga niadtong Pebrero 16 2017, mikabat sa 2,127 ka tawo ang gipatay. Niadtong Mayo, sa gitaho sa ABS-CBN, ang maong numero mingdako atol sa pag-angkon mismo sa Philippine National Police sa pagpatay  sa 12,000 ka mga suspetsado. Makapangurog sa kaunuran kung huna-hunaon ang kasamtangang ihap sa mga namatay nga wala ming-agi ug tarong ug lehitimo nga imbestigasyon ubos sa batakang balaod, lakip ang paghikaw sa mga bikitima sa ilang legal nga mga katungod.
 
Isip mga Pilipinong magtutudlo nga naay Kristiyano nga perspektibo, among gipausbaw ang dili ikalimod nga pagkamahinungdanon sa pagkamaangayon, pagpakabana, ug hustisya. Busa among gipanawagan ang pag-undang aning maong masaker hinungdan nga mingpatigbabaw ang kahadlok, pagpanglapas, ug pagpanglupig sa kasamtangan. Among gipanawagan sa katawhan nga naay kunsensya sa pag-uban namo sa pagbungat nga ibalik ang rule of law o ang pagpasikad ug pagsunod sa balaod ug pag-undang na sa walay hinungdan ug sukwahi sa matarong nga paggamit sa gahom batok sa mga pinakaalaot nga mga miyembro sa atong katilingban: ang mga way nahot, ang mga masakiton, ug ang mga inosente.
 
Walay lugar ang kahadlok ug pagpanghasi sa usa ka matarong nga katilingban. Undangi na ang pagpatay!
Republic Act 8485 (Animal Welfare Act of 1998, Philippines), as amended and strengthened by House  Bill 6893 of 2013--- violation means a maximum of P250,000 fine with a corresponding three-year jail term and a minimum of P30,000 fine and six months imprisonment

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Re: ADMU FACULTY ON THE DEATH OF KIAN
« Reply #3 on: August 22, 2017, 05:13:32 PM »

(Bikol)
 
Pahayag nin mga nagkakasararong partukdo sa Ateneo de Manila University dapit sa pagkagadan ni Kian Loyd de los Santos asin sa nagdadakol na mga kaso nin mga daing hustisyang kagadanan
 
 
Kan 16 Agosto 2017, sa Syudad kan Caloocan, sinitá nin mga pulis an 17-anyos na estudyante sa Senior High School na si Kian Lloyd de los Santos. Dai pa saná nahaloy pagkatapos kan pagsitá, nadukayan si Kian, aki nin sarong ina na OFW, na daing buhay asin tinutubdan na saro na naman na kaso nin daing hustiyang paggadan. Saro si Kian sa mga ginaradan sa serye nin mga pag-raid katakod kan inaapod ni Presidente Rodrigo Duterte na gyera kontra droga, sarong makangirhat na operasyon na nagresulta sa kagadanan nin 74 ka-tawo, susog sa The Manila Times.
 
Sa report kan Amnesty International, an mga huring aktibidad sa madugong kampanyang ini kan presidente nakaabot na sa "bagong tangga nin barbaridad." Siring man, kinokonsiderar kan Commission on Human Rights na "dai pang maurog" sa bilang kan mga huring nagkadaranyaran na buhay.
 
Kami, na mga nagkakasararong paratukdo kan Ateneo de Manila University, sa pinakamakusog nyamong tingog, minakundenar sa makarimarimáng bugso nin mga kasong ini nin mga daing hustisyang paggadan. Isinisikwal mi an labi-labing ngirhat na isinasabwag ni Presidente Duterte sa mga namamanwaan. An kultura nin maringis na impunidad na nangyayari sa saiyang pagsunsón sarong makusog na humâ sa mga esensyal na kabansáyan na nagbubugkos satuya bilang sarong nasyon.
 
Kan 16 Pebrero 2017, inireport kan Philippine Daily Inquirer na maabot na sa 2,217 ka-tawo an nagkagaradan puon kan pinùnan an Oplan Tokhang kan 30 Hunyo 2016. Kan Mayo, susog sa pahayag kan ABS-CBN, an bilang na nasambit nagdakula pa sa pag-akò mismo kan Philippine National Police sa paggadan sa 12,000 ka-tawo na tinutubdan na sangkot sa droga. Matakig nanggad an siisay man na makakaisi na an kadakul-dakol na ini na mga binarawian nin buhay ginaradan na dai natàwan nin pagkakataon sa saindang mga legal na deretso.
 
Bilang mga paratukdong Filipino na igwang perspektibang Kristiyano, itinutulod nyamo an sagradong pagpapahalaga sa paghurup-hurop asin pagigin patas, sa pagmangno asin sa hustisya. Huli sa mga bagay na ini, nangangapudan kami na untukon na nanggad an mga paggagadan na ini na naghaman nin klima nin pagkatakot, kawàran nin paggalang sa ley, asin pag-abuso. Nangangapudan kami sa gabos na tawo na igwang marhay na konsensya na makisumaro sa samuyang paghurot na maibalik an pagsunod sa ley asin na matapos na an daing kamanungdanan na paggamit nin pwersa laban sa mga daing sukat sektor kan satong komunidad: an mga nagtitios, mga naghihilang, asin an mga daíng kasàlan.
 
An ngirhat daíng lugar sa satong sosyudad! Untukon na an mga paggagadan ngunyan!
Republic Act 8485 (Animal Welfare Act of 1998, Philippines), as amended and strengthened by House  Bill 6893 of 2013--- violation means a maximum of P250,000 fine with a corresponding three-year jail term and a minimum of P30,000 fine and six months imprisonment

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Re: ADMU FACULTY ON THE DEATH OF KIAN
« Reply #4 on: August 26, 2017, 05:32:00 PM »

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Erwine S. Dela Paz, Subject Area Chair/Faculty Research,  Ateneo Senior High School/Psychology Department
V. B. Valdez, Director, Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
Carlos Granados Jr., SAP II, LS OSCI
Mia Fernando, Instructor, Mathematics
V Fullente Suarez, Lecturer, Philosophy
Roland Cristopher F. Caballar, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,   Department of Physics, School of Science and Engineering
Joy Salita, Associate Dean for Student and Administrative Services, Office of the Associate Dean for Student and Administrative Services
Nina Patricia D. Sison-Arroyo, Assistant to the Dean for Administration, Ateneo Law School
Jopie M. Nolasco, Instructor, Psychology
Lourdes Joy T. Galvez Tan, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
Fructuoso T. Sabug Jr., Asst. Professor, Leadership & Strategy
Cherie Audrey Alfiler, Lecturer, Department of Sociology and Anthropology - Institute of Philippine Culture
Christopher K. Peabody,   Faculty,   Chemistry Dept.
Marlon P. Pia, Formator, Office for Social Concern and Involvement
Miguel Martin R. Vilchez, Assistant to the ADAA for Curriculum, Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Lota A. Teh, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
Juin Ancha, Student Affairs Professional, OSCI
Jumela F. Sarmiento, Associate Professor, Mathematics Department
Peter Lorenzana, Lecturer, IS Department
Sarah Domingo Lipura, Faculty, Korean Studies Program
Erika A. Cruz, Student Affairs Professional, Office for Social Concern and Involvement
Genalyn S Sanvictores, Coordinator, AJHS Christian Life Education
Roxanne Navarro, Lecturer, Department of Fine Arts
Javier Luis P Gomez, Instructor, Department of Theology
Jema Pamintuan, Assistant Professor, Filipino
Reinabelle Reyes, Lecturer, Department of Information Systems and Computer Science
Anne Marie Topacio, Instructor, Department of Psychology
Zomesh Maini, Instructor, Biology
Rina Simpas, Director, Campus Ministry
Fernando Aldaba, Professor, Economics
Dennis Temporal, Instructor, Philosophy
Winfer C. Tabares, Instructor, Department of Mathematics
Cornelia C Soto,   Faculty,   Education
Lovelyn Paclibar, Instructor, Department of Philosophy
Sr. Maria Fleurdelis O. Calidguid, MMB, School Principal, Mercedarian School, Inc.
Assunta Cuyegkeng, Professor, Department of Leadership and Strategy
Francis A. Gealogo, Associate Professor, Department of History, Ateneo de Manila University
Priscilla Angela T. Cruz, Assistant Professor, Department of English
Susan Evangelista, Professor (retired), Interdisciplinary Studies

 
As of Tuesday, 21 August 2017, 8:20 P.M.

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