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Philippine Archive / Re-Engineering Lives upon the Love of God
« on: April 25, 2020, 06:46:25 PM »
Editorial: Re-Engineering Lives upon the Love of God
By PIA 2006 - New Year presents the best opportunity to rebuild lives on foundations more solid than those already tried. The years past have seen lives in the multitude shattered by calamities and disasters both man-made and natural.

Indeed, the magnitude and series of misfortunes on the personal, community, national, and global levels has been so mind-boggling that people are forced to cry out to the heavens: Is there no end to the endless cycle of destruction, wars, pestilence, and every other woe that has visited the planet? How can we rebuild our lives and escape the fate that man has been heir to?

Can men ever resolve the supreme ironies of modern civilization? How explain the hunger and poverty of millions alongside the profligacy of the few? How to account for the prevalence and re-emergence of ancient plagues despite the landmark advances in medical and life sciences? How justify the persistence of primitive and restrictive social structures in the face of astonishing technological progress that has shrunk the world into a global village and enabled humankind to reach the moon and Mars?

This conundrum of human existence has befuddled thinking men since known history. Yet, there must be a solution somewhere. But where is it? Mayhaps, the search has been in the wrong places. It may be time to revisit basic ideas from new perspectives. And a good place to start is to review fundamental spiritual precepts relevant to the existence of man on this planet.

Men were originally created in the image and likeness of God, says the Christian Scripture. And the earth and all thereon was also created perfect in the beginning -- "And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good."

Jesus confirmed and affirmed perfection as the origin and destiny of man, for he said in his very first public sermon: "Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father in heaven is perfect." This idea he repeated in another instance, "Ye are Gods, and the Scripture cannot be broken."

But being endowed with free will, men have the option of maintaining that perfection or departing from it. Men can choose to obey the rules the Great Architect has established for the maintenance of perfection throughout the created system and thereby experience perfection in their lives, or men can disobey God's rules and thus experiment with lives less than perfection -- lives of limitation, poverty, disease, sin, and death.

The parable of the prodigal son illustrates the stark irony of the life of limitation befalling Sons and Daughters of God who are otherwise heirs to limitless opulence and perfection. So long as prodigal sons and daughters persist in their disobedience, so long will they wallow in sin, disease and death.

Yet, God is most merciful. The very instant men return to the path of God obedience, that very moment they begin to regain their divine prerogatives. And provided men and women persevere in the strait and narrow path of living under the canopy of God's Laws, their striving will eventually be rewarded with permanent Victory over time and space.

But how to persevere in Godly living is always the challenge. Fortunately, Jesus gave tremendous help when he simplified all of God's commandments: "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets."

There is the clear direction for re-engineering our lives towards God-ordained perfection. This is in recognition and acceptance of the edict that we are Temples of the Most High Living God -- whereby our thoughts, feelings, words and actions are so consecrated to God's purposes that we become veritable agents of His limitless blessings to the whole world, beginning with our own lives and affairs.

These things of the Spirit are understood only by the Spirit. And this Spirit can be invoked by those who are so minded, being part of their inner nature -- "Let that Mind which was in Christ Jesus be also in you," said Paul the Apostle.

But these things are nonsense to the spiritually uninspired, and mercifully so. For no one who strives to the highest perfection can endure save those who love God enough to the exclusion of anything else, including most especially the human ego. "Our God is a jealous God," reminds the Bible, and we cannot serve both God and mammon; no one can misuse God's energy to pursue the human agenda for long without reaping the karmic whirlwind ("Be not deceived, our God is not mocked!").

But to those who elect to rebuild their lives anchored on the Love of God, awaits the eternal promise: "Seek ye first the Kingdom of Heaven, and all these things will be added unto you."

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Philippine Archive / Philippine Economy Prospect in 2007
« on: April 25, 2020, 06:41:33 PM »
Commentary: Imagineering RP in 2007
Tacloban City (December 31 2006) -- In just a few hours, as the country hopefully awaits, the country will witness the changing of the year 2006 to 2007.

It feels good, looking back at the year which is nearing its end because of the significant milestones that happened – the strong rebound of the Philippine economy from the very sick to one the growth of which is continuously on the rise, thanks to the firm determination of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and the country’s leaders emboldened by the willingness of the people to sacrifice and support the thrusts.

The year which is on the verge of being a year that was, witnessed heightened national pride because of the honors brought to the country by Filipinos excelling in various endeavors from beauty tilts to sports, to the Presidents presiding over a very powerful United Nations committee.

Despite the political hullabaloos, the failed inciting of people to go to the streets to topple down the Administration, the year 2006 saw time and again, the upholding of the rule of law and the strengthening of the country’s political system.

The several disasters and calamities which happened in the country in 2006, proved to be the show window of world brotherhood and cooperation and showcased the resiliency of the Filipinos, able to bounce back with dignity after every misfortune that befell them.

The year 2006 closes with the grade of good for the country—stronger peso, 9-year high stocks market, better investor confidence and more business coming in, more employment generated, continuous economic growth.

The specialists say the year 2006 could have been a better year for the Philippines. This is indeed true. There is no use dwelling on if’s and but’s. What the country to have a better year in 2007 as 91% hopeful Filipinos are wishing for, is the firm determination of the leaders and all the Filipinos to bring into fruition, what everybody is wishing for.

What the country needs is not re-engineering. Methinks, the country needs Imagineering, the master planning, creative development, design, engineering, production, project management, research and development of what the Filipinos aspire the country to be.

The country in 2007 needs leaders and Filipinos who are a talented corps of imagineeners who dare to dream of good things, even things which the pessimists think impossible, for the common interest of the Filipino people. But they do not stop at merely dreaming, they plan and research for ways in order to make the dreams come true. This is the secret of Walt Disney. He imagined a magical place for the children and adults alike. He however, did not stop at just imagining, he worked hard to build that dream. The result, Disneyland, the rest is history.

As the country waits for the coming in of the year 2007, let us start imagining what we want ourselves, our families, our local government units, our country to be next year and then start working towards the fulfillment of the things we have imagined.

We imagine a country where peace and prosperity prevails, where people are united, where every family enjoys the benefit of quality education and good paying jobs. As the year 2007 comes in, let us start to be a corps of imagineers, building the fruition of the things we imagine for the country and its people. (PIA 8)

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Philippine Education / P1K for University of Caloocan City Students
« on: April 25, 2020, 05:45:25 PM »
From FB Post
Inanunsyo ni Mayor Oca Malapitan na makakatanggap ng tig-P1,000 tulong-pinansyal ang humigit-kumulang 14,000 mag-aaral ng University of Caloocan City kaugnay pa rin ng mas pinalawig na Enhanced Community Quarantine dulot ng COVID-19.

Ayon kay Mayor Oca, karamihan sa mga mag-aaral ng UCC ay working students o nagtatrabaho para masuportahan ang kanilang pamilya at pag-aaral. Tunay na kabilang din sila sa higit na apektado dahil sa natigil sila sa kanilang mga trabaho at nawalan ng pinagkakakitaan.

"Nauunawaan natin na karamihan sa ating mga mag-aaral sa UCC ay kabilang sa ating working group na pansamantalang nawalan ng hanapbuhay at labis din na naaapektuhan ng krisis na dulot ng pandemyang ito," ani Mayor Oca.

"Maging ang non-working students ng UCC ay kasama rin sa magiging benepisyaryo ng ating programa sapagkat ang kabataan ay isa sa ating mga prayoridad na matulungan sa panahong ito," dagdag ng Punong-Lungsod.

"Lahat ng mag-aaral natin sa UCC na naka-enrol ng ikalawang semester, S.Y. 2019-2020 ay makakatanggap ng ating cash assistance. Ito ay target natin maibigay sa susunod na linggo," paglilinaw ni Mayor Oca.

Pinapayuhan naman ang mga mag-aaral ng UCC na sumali sa official Facebook group ng University of Caloocan City na OFFICIAL UCC group para sa iba pang anunsyo hinggil sa magiging proseso upang makuha ang tulong-pinansyal.

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How To Tips / The Relaxed Martial Art
« on: April 25, 2020, 04:16:24 PM »
The Relaxed Martial Art

Traditionally, martial art systems were created as a documented practice of training for combat mode in the ancient eras. Naturally, its modern day applications are primarily for self-defense, exercise and physical fitness. One form of martial arts however stands out from the rest in the sense that it espouses a relaxed way of life over cunning and physical strength.

At the heart of it, the Aikido spirit is about cultivating relaxation and a serenity throughout everyday life to be able to harness this virtue in actual physical combat. Aikido is actually a modern Japanese martial art and the Aikido spirit continues to live on today years after it was developed by Morihei Eushiba between 1920 to 1960. Noteworthy about this particular martial art is that the Aikido spirit is cultivated within its students so that there is a spiritual and philosophical development that happens; which in turn becomes the basis of the combative art. Modern day students of Aikido testify that they bring the Aikido spirit with them throughout ordinary mundane activities, forming a bridge between principles of how to tackle everyday life and combat moves on the training mat.

This spiritual and philosophical basis of the Aikido spirit that cultivates relaxation and the peaceful control of aggression, is attributed to the founder's background in Omoto-kyo religion. Omoto-kyo is a modern Japanese religion, which is said to be an offshoot of Shintoism.  Omoto-kyo followers believe in beautifying the world with art because they believe that art brings humans closer to the divine.

Aside from this however, the Omoto-kyo followers are pacifists who espouse peace over war. This is the parallel between Omoto-kyo and Aikido. That is why the Aikido spirit is often paradoxically referred to as the art of peace. One may wonder about the sanity behind the fact that a martial art which was in all intentions created for combat and winning over the enemy can indeed to be claim to the art of peace. For all intents and purposes however, the philosophical and spiritual foundation of Aikido is about maintaining a constant state of relaxation.

It is in this relaxed state that the Aikido practitioner is able to perform difficult throws and maneuvers as taught by the martial art. The relaxed state can be attributed to a deep unshakable peace free of aggression. The concept is that when we are tense and not relaxed, we needlessly waste energy on aggression and force. By going with the flow and not being afraid of what can or cannot happen to us, we cultivate a peace with a relaxed demeanor as its direct consequence.

The Aikido spirit aims to cultivate a mental discipline, develop character and self-confidence with the end goal of being able to maintain peace and relaxation. It believes that in peace can one realize true power: The power to spread peace further and the strength to be able to withstand the onslaught of everyday situations. The basics in passing on the Aikido spirit can be done through practical applications that clearly show that a relaxed demeanor is more effective than an aggressive one.

One such physical example is the exercise of trying to cause someone to lose their balance. To be able to topple off an opponent usually means that we should be physically stronger and in some cases larger so that superior physical strength through muscle contraction is the traditional measure of victory. 

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How To Tips / Aikido Secrets Everyone Should Know
« on: April 25, 2020, 04:08:32 PM »
Aikido Secrets Everyone Should Know

When an attacker is approaching, the person only has a split second to decide whether to dodge or block the move of the opponent. There is no point thinking about what this happened in the first place but the concern now is just to stop it.

In a fight, the person can make a counter attack in the hopes that the individual will be subdued. There is another way of course without resorting to force, which is the technique one can learn in aikido.

Aikido is a martial art in which the person blocks the moves of an opponent by using the hands. Anyone who wants to learn it will not be able to move as fast as Steven Segal in one of his action films but still be effective in combat.

This martial art cannot be learned by merely watching others do it in the movies or in television. There are some who even show the step by step process in a magazine but nothing still compares to learning it from a Sensei.

The person must first become a student in order to be called a master. This means learning the basic rules from entering the dojo until the class is over. The person will surely feel some pain after falling down a few times on the mat but this is not to torture the pupil.

This is all part of the training, which the student must also do properly in order to move into the more advanced classes.

One of the secrets is being able to know when to use it since timing is everything. There is a bit of hand to eye coordination just like in sports but here, the individual will merely redirect the same force back to that individual.

Another secret in using aikido has to do with the wrist. The person should be smooth enough to put one hand over the opponents to be able to  make the technique work and counter the attack.

It takes a certain amount of energy to be able to perform certain moves. The individual will learn the various breathing exercises that will increase the heart rate and slow it down especially in the heat of the action.

The student should bear in mind that the breathing exercises also serves as a unifying force between the physical and the emotional aspect of the person. 

The most important secret in mastering aikido is being consistent with the technique. The arms will surely feel heavy after some time or a certain amount of energy is drained after a few moves. By being able to do the same thing despite these difficulties, anyone can truly be called a true martial artist.
 
People who want to check on how well one is doing can sign up for Tomiki Aikido. This is a competition held by various clubs in which the student will compete among some of the best in the country.

Those who do well here can move up to the next skill level just like in karate where a student moves from one belt to another. If after many years, that student has learned all the secrets that go with aikido,  this is the only time one can be called a master and even open a dojo.




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How To Tips / Tips in choosing an aikido school
« on: April 25, 2020, 04:04:49 PM »
Tips in choosing an aikido school

Aikido is one of the oldest and most widely-used martial arts forms in the world. It is being taught for centuries as a form of self-defense and protection. It is also a way for people to learn centeredness and balance in their lives.

Aikido is a martial arts form that requires constant practice and dedicated study for it does not only teach you self-defense, it also teaches you discipline. A good aikido training school is needed to achieve this. This is the reason why it is important for you to find a school that will not only teach you the basics but will also nurture your budding talent.

Here are some tips in choosing a good aikido school.

Go for the recommended ones

Although all aikido training schools will be teaching the same set of tricks and techniques, there are schools that will give you better training. One way to look for good aikido schools is to ask around your neighborhood or among your friends and acquaintances. They are great sources because not only will they be able to provide you with names that are located in a place convenient to you, they will also be able to give you first hand information on the teaching method of the school.

In fact, they can even give you tips and advice on aikido training. Another way is to ask martial arts teachers. Even if they are not teaching aikido, they will know people who teach aikido and will be able to recommend good ones. There are also forums over the internet where you can post your questions. Members of the site or those that frequently read the forums will surely answer. Chances are they will know a good aikido school that is near your house. Forums like these are very effective because members are mostly aikido or martial arts buffs who know the business and will surely know what they are talking about.

Look for one that is near

In addition to the training, you will also need to find a school that is near your house or your place of work. Location is important in giving you the drive. Places that are far from your place will only result in frequent absenteeism, which is not good for your training. Another advantage that near locations provide is the fact that it gives you the chance to urge friends or family members to come with you and also be interested in the martial art form.

Teacher and mentor

Before enrolling in a program, make sure that you got to meet and talk to the teacher. Although it may seem unimportant, it is vital to also be attuned and in harmony with the teacher of aikido as he or she will not only be teaching you aikido basics but also your mentor in your life.

Scheduling

Getting a good schedule is another crucial point in getting a good aikido training. Look for schools that offer the schedule that you want. Remember that the time that you will be training is also important because it will determine your readiness for the lesson. If your schedule is not the right fit, you will only feel tired and uninspired during the training, something which is not good when learning aikido as it asks for your total commitment and passion to the task. 

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How To Tips / Founding Principles of Aikido
« on: April 25, 2020, 04:04:00 PM »
Founding Principles of Aikido

Aikido means "The Way of Harmony with the Spirit" and is considered a non-violent form of martial art. However, don't be fooled. Aikido when used correctly is very powerful often are able to block and neutralize strong attacks and counter them with an equal force.

Morihei Ueshiba, now known as O-sensei to the world of Aikido, founded the martial art. O-sensei is a master of Jujitsu or unarmed combat, Kinjitsu or sword combat, and sojitsu or spear combat and studied philosophical and religious teachings. 

Because of the religious and philosophical foundations of Aikido, principles of the martial art include ways to harmonize with the ki or spirit within oneself and the bigger spirit of nature. Among the principles of Aikido include oneness, circular motion and ki.

Among the philosophical teachings of Aikido, one of the more basics and more important is learning to control oneself. Maintaining an inner balance is necessary to harmonize with others enabling to control an opponent's attack or applying an effective technique. Self-control is the key to achieve and maintain harmony.

The Principle of Oneness is another basic principle in Aikido. An aikidoka must learn to become one with any situation. Becoming one means having an attitude of respect for all things and situations, friend or foe. By training to become one with every situation, harmonization will follow and it will become possible to execute Aikido techniques, movements and forms accurately and efficiently.

Harmony also means synthesis. And the spiritual circle which is a foundation of all Aikido techniques synthesizes everything. Aikido is a combination of circular movements. Its techniques and movements revolve around the concept of circular motions. When an opponent attacks, the aikidoka uses a circular motion of the lower abdomen to control the attack and execute Aikido techniques to counterattack.

It is said that defense is the greatest offense. In Aikido to defend properly an attack, one must learn to move away from the range of effectiveness of the opponent's attack. However, as you try to defend by getting out of the opponent's effective range, you must also try to maintain your own range of effectiveness in order to counterattack efficiently.

You won't be able to give an effective counterattack if you stepped too far away from your opponent. Similarly, being too close would definitely lessen the effectiveness of your techniques. Everything will depend on the situation. As an Aikido practitioner, you must learn to determine how to avoid your opponent's range while controlling your own in various situations.

Finally, the Principle of Ki involves believing that every thing in the universe is governed by a force or spirit. Ki is also the energy and our life force. Ki is the force that binds the mind and the body. It is the energy that harmonizes us to our surroundings. By learning to control our Ki, we will be able to unify our mind and our body maximizing efficient movements and execution of Aikido techniques.

Aikido focuses on the distance, motion, speed, and projection of an attacker. By using blending, spiraling, and extension techniques, the attack will be neutralized and by using one's centeredness and hips, the same amount of force can be applied to the attacker.  In Aikido, the spiraling and circular movements reflect what the martial art is: a fluid and flowing movement of spirit and energy.


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How To Tips / Using Aikido Moves in Practice or in Combat
« on: April 25, 2020, 04:02:59 PM »
Using Aikido Moves in Practice or in Combat

It only takes a split second whether someone comes out as a victor or a loser in combat. The person can try to remember it later on to see what errors were made in order to become a better fighter in the future.

Such things also happen in competition which is why it is best for the student to be familiar with the various aikido moves at all times.

For instance, in Ai hanmi Iriminage a person grabs the attacker by the neck and forces the opponent to the ground.

In Ai hanmi Kokyuho, this is similar to the first with the difference of extending the arm a little farther in order to achieve maximum effect.

Should the attacker have a knife, a good aikido move to use is called Katate Ryotemochi in which the individual uses both hands to block the weapon used by the attacker and disarming it before putting the person on the ground.

If the individual is able to get behind the attacker, perhaps doing Ushiro Ryokatatori will be a good idea. This will allow the student to grab both shoulders of the person. Should the individual be tough, perhaps applying Ushiro Kubishime, which will temporarily cut the air supply until the assailant is unconscious, is the best thing to do.

Not all the aikido moves being taught are just to block and the make the person fall to the ground. There are also striking moves such as Kata Menuchi in which the hand makes a slice to the middle of the forehead. Those who don’t want to inflict a concussion can try Mune Tsuki, which is a strike to the chest.

A good move for the leg is the Aiki Otoshi better known in English as a leg sweep. This will surely keep the person down especially when that attacker thinks that all the student can do is use the arms when defending.

Once the attacker has been subdued, it will be safer to keep the attacker locked in a Sankyo hold. This technique is used by police, which is very useful when the police are on the way to the location. 

There are more than 10 different moves in Aikido. The person should be able to distinguish one from the other especially when the terms are all in Japanese. It will be the choice of the individual which one to use when one is engaged in combat.   

The first step in learning this martial art will be to enroll in a dojo. The person can look at the directory to find the nearest one to the home and then choose to sign up if the rates are affordable.

The student will then be taught the rules, how to wear the uniform and then the proper moves in each stroke. The individual should not expect to get it right on the first day but eventually do better in the coming days.

The person should remember that Aikido unlike other martial arts can only be used for defensive purposes. Usually when the suspect has failed in the attack, this person will run so the individual should not give chase but rather get help.

It is only with practice sparring with a partner or even doing the same thing in competition that both the mind and the body can be conditioned to engage an attacker in combat.


 

 


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How To Tips / The Underlying Principle of Everything
« on: April 25, 2020, 04:02:12 PM »
The Underlying Principle of Everything

In quantum physics, one of the foremost theories that promises to revolutionize how we see the world is the theory of strings. The main premise of this particular theory is that strings are the most basic structure that makes up everything we can and cannot see within the physical world. Strings of course is just a word to label this most profound substance that theoretical physicists say dictate everything we see, perceive and have in and around us in this physical world.

Although no direct correlation has ever been claimed between string theory and that of the principles of ch'i prevalent in the East, they share the same premise in the most basic sense that it is said that there is a basic energy substance that underlie everything. In understanding the nature of this substance we are able to harness its power and utilize it.

The concept of ch'i or qi in Chinese and ki in Japanese, is very much relative to the type of school that teaches it. Some say that ch'i is a force separate from matter as we know it. Some say that ch'i arises from matter. Still some say that matter arises from ch'i.

What all schools have in common however is the fact that they all more or less say that ch'i is a fundamental energy that can be harnessed to bring power to oneself wither physically, mentally or spiritually. With all the different premises that try to explain ch'i, it is clear that mere instructions in words will not be able to fully expound on what ch'i is. Perhaps because of this, it is better to pass on the knowledge of ch'i through actual and practical instruction.

One school that may be successful in being able to teach what the ch'i is and how to be able to use it for one's own benefit is Aikido. At the heart of the spirituality and philosophy or Aikido is the ki, which is similar or perhaps, one and the same with what is otherwise known as the ch'i or qi.

Aikido's ki is the heart of the principle of this particular martial art. While technically, martial arts are means for combat and war, Aikido is often known as the art of peace because it espouses a peaceful means towards aggression. Aikido ki, like in other concepts of ch'i teaches that there is a fundamental energy that can be harnessed. Aikido ki being energy means that its substance is something that flows.

The principle of peace and relaxation taught by Aikido presupposes the fact that the ki flows more smoothly and strongly when it is uninterrupted. A better illustration might be something like, if water is ki, then to harness its power, it must be allowed to flow to produce hydroelectric force.

This is why in Aikido, ki energy comes from being relaxed. It is said that in the relaxed state, the flow of ki is better aided. Aikido as a martial art is not about muscle strength or superior physical attributes. It is really about relaxation, flexibility and stamina. This allows a smaller person to be able to topple and throw a larger opponent during practice.

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Philippine Government / Sino si Kira?
« on: April 25, 2020, 12:10:13 PM »
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Philippine Government / Message from President Duterte
« on: April 25, 2020, 10:22:37 AM »
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Philippine Government / Comelec Voter Registration
« on: April 25, 2020, 10:09:30 AM »
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Tira-Pasagad | Saksak-Sinagol / Store Is Close Because Not Open
« on: April 25, 2020, 01:28:08 AM »
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Philippine Provinces / Guidelines to Store Operation
« on: April 25, 2020, 01:08:15 AM »
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Photos Unlimited / Re: Rock by the Sea
« on: April 25, 2020, 12:13:32 AM »
Murag salin sa linog ning Biri Island.

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Press Release Philippines / Verde Soko Waste Sent Back to South Korea
« on: April 24, 2020, 07:04:55 PM »
Press Release
MISAMIS ORIENTAL SOLON LAUDS CUSTOMS FOR NOT FORGETTING ABOUT VERDE SOKO WASTE RE-EXPORT DELAYED BY COVID-19

On behalf of the residents of Misamis Oriental, I thank Customs Commissioner Rey Guerrero and the Department of Finance for not forgetting the 2,500 MT of Verde Soko waste still to be sent back to South Korea but was delayed because of COVID-19.

In a DoF news release, retired general Guerrero was reported to have identified 2,500 MT of waste which still need to be re-bagged.

“The re-exportation took some time because the wastes have been exposed to natural elements of heat and rain, which made it difficult to re-bag and stuff inside the containers,” Guerrero said in his report to Dominguez, according to the news release issued on April 22.

"Rest assured that the Bureau will undertake all the necessary means, within the bounds of law, in order to expedite the re-exportation of these wastes,” Guerrero told Dominguez, the news release said further.

We here in Misamis Oriental will continue to work with the Bureau of Customs to bring this Verde Soko to its proper conclusion and work toward closure through the prosecution of all persons and organizations involved.

It is also our hope that the NBI and Department of Justice here and in Manila will not relent in their continuing investigation and prosecution of the cases against those charged and those still at large. (END)

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Press Release
REP. TULFO WANTS FACT-FINDING PROBE ON FATAL SHOOTING OF EX-SOLDIER WITH POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER COMPLETED IN 30 DAYS

Bilang isa sa mga Kinatawan ng ACT-CIS Party-list na kumakatawan sa mga api, dismayado ako sa naging asal ng mga pulis na sangkot sa pagbaril at pagkapatay kay Winston Ragos, retiradong sundalo ng Philippine Army at kumpirmadong mayroong post-traumatic stress disorder.

Tama lang na imbestigahan ng Philippine Army Judge Advocate General ang kaso. Sa panig naman ng PNP, ang National Police Commission ang dapat mag-imbestiga kasama ang PNP-NCRPO.

Hindi naging katanggap-tanggap ang komento ng matataas na opisyal ng PNP sa insidente. Premature ang ginawa ng mga opisyal ng PNP. Defensive agad kahit hindi pa kumpleto ang impormasyon?

Ngunit, mayroon nang malinaw na dahilan upang pagdudahan ang mga pulis na sangkot sa insidente dahil kitang-kita sa viral video na hindi sila sumunod sa maximum tolerance policy na itinatadhana sa Enhanced Community Quarantine procedures. Bakit kailangang tutukan ng baril ang isang “quarantine violator” ?

Hindi rin tinupad ang mga regulasyon sa preservation ng crime scene dahil dinampot ng isa sa mga unipormadong naka-fatigue na kawani ng PNP ang bag ng biktima. Ayon sa mga regulasyon sa crime scene preservation, wala dapat hinawakan o ginalaw na kahit anong bagay sa crime scene matapos ang isang krimen.

Hindi lang dapat yung bumaril ang i-confine to barracks. Dapat pati yung mga kasamang pulis sa insidente, i-confine to barracks din.

I am hoping the joint investigation of the Army, the NAPOLCOM, and the PNP-NCRPO will be thorough, evidence-based, and objective.

I will monitor the developments of this case in the weeks and months ahead.

Investigators should set a deadline of at most 30 days to complete their fact-finding probe, so that proper charges can be filed at the soonest.

A retired soldier who served our country died. He is a victim. It cannot be that no one is held responsible for his death. (END)

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alcohol ug chlorox himuong IV? hehehe

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Tira-Pasagad | Saksak-Sinagol / Re: Vade retro satanas
« on: April 24, 2020, 06:09:52 PM »
pandemic effect. :)

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