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TATLONG MILYONG KONTRIBUSYON PARA KAY SANSARONA BINATIKOS - Kayod-kalabaw ang mga guro ngunit ginagawa pa silang "milking cow," ganito isinalarawan ng kaririterong DepEd Superintendent Mona Macatanong ang ginagawang pangungulekta ng tig-P160.00 kada teacher sa Marawi City na may kabuuang bilang na 1,800.

Ayon sa mga naatasang school principals ang pangungulekta ay iniuutos ng Division OIC Mrs. Pharida Sansarona at ito ay bilang tulong sa kanyang delegasyon para sa regional sports meet ng DepEd-ARMM.

Aabot sa Tatlong Milyong Piso ang nililikom mula sa sariling bulsa ng mga guro na inililihim at hindi sang-ayon sa patakaran ng asosasyon o anumang batas sa pagpapataw ng kontribusyon.

"Kinulektahan mo ang mga teachers ng milyones at palabasin mo ngayon na tulong lang yan para masolo mo ang pera at walang mag-aaudit sayo."

Ang nasa larawan ay si Pharida Sansarona, ang division OIC DepEd-ARMM sa Marawi City.

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ISANG MILYONG GWARDIYA AT TANOD ANG PANIBAGONG SASABAK NGAYON SA GYERA KONTRA DROGA - Ito ang tugon ng pribadong sektor mula ng pagbawalan ni president Duterte ang PNP at NBI na makialam sa pagpapatuloy ng anti-drug campaign na naunang ipinapatupad ng mga kapulisan. Ayon sa mga organizers ng Force Multipliers ay nakapagtrhisto ng ang DILG ng mahigit 500,000 myembro ng BPAT sa buong bansa. Samantala ay umabot na rin sa kalahating milyon ang bilang ng mga security guards na kasalukuyang nakadestino sa mga establishments sa ibat ibang ng bansa sa pamamagitan ng mga private security agencies ng PADPAO.

PHOTOS: Volunteers of BPAT in a continuing workshop training for defense and public safety. (With reports from from the City Information Office of Marawi).
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PDEA which takes over the lead in fighting narcotics, will tap other government agencies and the barangays as force multipliers in the national anti-drug campaign as “provided by law.”
PDEA to tap force multipliers vs drug war (Written by Mario J. Mallari Friday, 03 February 2017) = Allaying public perception that the government’s intensified campaign against illegal drugs has hit a snag following the recent deactivation of all anti-drug units of the Philippine National Police (PNP), the Philippine Drugs Enforcement Agency (PDEA), which takes over the lead in fighting narcotics, will tap other government agencies and the barangays as force multipliers in the national anti-drug campaign as “provided by law.”
“The war against illegal drugs remains unabated,” Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Director General Isidro Lapena yesterday stressed.
He added the PDEA will strengthen coordination with other government law enforcement agencies, particularly the PNP, to sustain the momentum in the war against drugs.
“The PNP, though prevented to conduct anti-drug operations, shall maintain close coordination with the PDEA on all drug-related matters such as gathering, processing and validating anti-drug information and monitoring of drug personalities, including self-confessed drug users and pushers who voluntarily surrendered nationwide,” Lapeña added.President Rodrigo Duterte had earlier sidelined the police after a series of scandals emerged over the past month in which cops were caught committing murder, kidnapping, extortion and robbery using the drug war as cover and but wanted the military to help.
“I’m taking in the AFP (Armed Forces of the Philippines) and raising the issue of drugs as a national security threat so that I will call on all the armed forces to assist,” Duterte yesterday said.
While Duterte did not give any indication of the number of troops that would be involved, he, however, said they were necessary.
According to him, he will write an executive order that would allow the military to help in his fight against illicit drugs, which he said was a national security threat.
As he announced plans for using soldiers in the drug crackdown, Duterte remarked how he only had “limited warm bodies” and discussed the pros and cons of imposing “martial law” to fight drugs.
“If it’s really needed to preserve the country, maybe. But it’s not the right thing to do at this moment, as you can see,” Duterte stressed.
Duterte was unrepentant amid growing concerns over his plan as he launched a profanity-laced tirade against his critics and rejected charges of human rights abuses.
He gave a lengthy explanation of the problems for people who used shabu.
“And you bleed for those son(s) of a bitch,” he said, adding that roughly 3,000 had been killed so far.
“I will kill more. If only to get rid of drugs.”
Police have reported killing 2,555 people in the drug war, while nearly 4,000 others have died in unexplained circumstances, according to official figures.
No to PC revival
Vice President Leni Robredo, meanwhile, said the Duterte administration should look for other avenues in solving the drug problem in the country.
Robredo’s statement was based on government’s plan to revive the Philippine Constabulary that will take over the role of police to help the PDEA in combating illegal drugs.
“I think there has to be some other way of doing this,” she added.
Robredo noted that giving blanket authority to a fractured institution like the PNP will lead the country to nowhere as she admitted she supports Mr. Duterte on internal cleansing of the police force.
She said rogue cops may have been “encouraged” by the support, which manifested most through the repeated pronouncements of support in case somebody files complaint in the anti-drug war.
Duterte had warned law enforcers that he would kill them if he finds out that they are involved in illegal activities, but repeatedly said he would stand by soldiers and policemen if they got into trouble in line of duty.
Robredo noted that she and “so many people” foresaw that such support would lead to abuses.
Inappropriate military tactics
Phelim Kine, Asia deputy director of Human Rights Watch, warned that using the military for policing forces anywhere “heightens the risk of unnecessary or excessive force and inappropriate military tactics.”
“There is also a deeply rooted culture of impunity for military abuses in the Philippines,” with only one soldier convicted of an extrajudicial killing since 2001, Kine 

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A MILLION FORCE MULTIPLIERS IS RISING BACK TO BACK WITH PDEA – From every corner in every street all over the country they will take position to guard the communities, the vital installations and the presidency of Rodrigo Roa Duterte.

COMBAT READY - A million security professionals licensed to carry guns is being raised not from the government side but from among the citizenry. They are the officers and members of BPAT and PADPAO banding together the 500,000 barangay volunteers and 500,000 security guards from around the country to fulfill the check and balance in governance, prevent martial rule and protect the presidency of Duterte.

They are the Force Multipliers mandated by law and they are taking a vow to win the peoples war against drugs, crimes and corruption. They are reaffirming to the presidents aspiration for a Federal future were peace and prosperity rules. @TacticalCenterPh, February 03, 2018
CONTACT NO.: (0915) 405-7333


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Gusto natin ng pagbabago, dapat ng ituwid ang mali. Konsyensiya ng bayan ipaglaban!

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ONSEHAN SA DROGA - SILA SILA NAGPAPATAYAN! The 3,000 deaths is equivalent to only 0.10% casualty rate as to the 800,000 drug personalities surrendered.

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