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Military law, second chapter The country re-immolates the tyranny under the Duterte regime. It can not prevent people from insisting on t...

Military law, second chapter

The country re-immolates the tyranny under the Duterte regime. It can not prevent people from insisting on their rights. 

after a year and five months, the status of Filipinos under the leadership of the "fascist" president Rodrigo Duterte seems to be at the utmost.

From the president who said he was concerned with the people and the minds of progressive reforms, the Philippines is now led by a leader considered fascist and dictator who turned away from the needs of the people to bring the interests of some.

In fact, since the Human Rights Rights group, the signs of the regime's fascist goal are: the bloody war, and the continuation of anti-graft programs of previous regimes.

Even before the peace negotiations were canceled, some human rights violations have arisen from undue arrest and Karapatan's recorded murder. It intensified when it was announced that there was no negotiation between the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) and the Philippine government and the New People's Army (NPA) and the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP).

Based on these actions by Duterte, for the progressive, the president has always opted for the party, whose alliance and what to wear will show. And it is clear to them that this is not for the Filipino people.
Massacre of the masses

Early in the term of Duterte's term, the blood has been dug in the sails and sails of the Philippines because of its Oplan Tokhang under the leadership of the Philippine National Police (PNP).

The brutal killings of the drug-fighting program have caused many suspected piracy and drug use by some police and unknown armed individuals.

At Karapatan's estimate, 4,000 to 14,000 reported as victims of this war.

Many young people also survived the brutality of the government's government. Based on the monitoring of the Children's Rehabilitation Center (CRC), more than 31 children were killed during the police operations.

Kian delos Santos, 17, Carl Arnaiz, 19, and Reynaldo de Guzman, 14, are just some of the brutal young men killed by the police. Despite strong evidence proving against the PNP, the brutal killings of the victims are still ongoing.

Political killings

This Dec. 3, the audience was shocked at the news: A priest was killed after it was shot by an unidentified individual in Jaen, Nueva Ecija.

Pastor Guimba and coordinator of the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines in Central Luzon, Fr. Marcelito "Tito" Paez was the victim of the shooting. At around eight o'clock when Fr. Paez in his car. He was still in San Leonardo's hospital but later died alive.

According to Karapatan, it was helped by the release of political prisoner and peasant organizer Rommel Tucay.

Meanwhile, one day before Fr. Paez was killed, a pastor, Lovelito QuiƱones, 57, died on his way home. The suspected elements of the Regional Mobile Group (RMG) allegedly engaged the NPA to murder the pastor. The 203rd Brigade of the Army member of the NPA has quizzed QuiƱones. The victim's family immediately denied it.

Meanwhile, many peasants and some human rights defenders have survived the hot trigger.

This November, the killer-leader of a number of military elements and unknown individuals was a succession. Almost all victims are suspected members of the NPA, but also support them.

The number of political prisoners in the country is also rising. According to Karapatan, more than 121 have been arrested under the Duterte administration due to trumped-up cases. In total, there are 449 political prisoners. Among them are elderly, sick and underage children.

Many Indigenous Lumads in Mindanao are facing too much. The militarization has been wreaking havoc in their area which caused them to evacuate. They also deal with violence against the military and even donations of rice and food are not allowed to reach the evacuees.

In the last two weeks, the attacks intensified. Dec. 3, fired eight native T'boli and Dulangan, who were all peasants of suspected members of the 27th and 33rd Infantry Battalion of the Army in the province of Saranggani.

In the early afternoon, Lumad should have harvested their crops when they were shot. The dead were identified as Victor Danyan, Victor Danyan, Jr., Artemio Danyan, Dato Celardo, Samuel Angkoy, To Diamante, and Bobot Lagase, Matend Bantal. Meanwhile, Luben Laod and Tetua Laod were wounded. Among those killed in the fighting group for their ancestral domain were kidnapped by the Consumer / DMCI company for a long time.

Some B'laan (Lumad) have begun to evacuate from several barangays in Saranggani due to the unremitting attacks of the military. Approximately 210 families are evacuated.

"They do not allow food from some help even with some government officials. They also do not allow students and teachers to enter their area where the evacuation center is located, "said Chad Booc, volunteer teacher of the Alternative Learning Center for Agricultural and Livelihood Development Inc. or Alcadev in Surigao del Sur.

Meanwhile, despite the slamming of Marawi fighting between the government and the members of the Maute group, thousands of residents are still missing-can not determine whether they move elsewhere or die in bombs and battles.

Color palette

In the short term, the former Duterte administration quickly changed color. From white to white because of the great promises made to the town, it suddenly poured down on the road, mountains and mountains.

Unsuccessful scenarios among the grassroots, peasants, and urban poor have been signaling some groups' alertness, especially since the proliferation of military forces in Mindanao and the expansion of its implementation throughout the country.

In addition to declaring Duterte "terrorists" as the revolutionary members of the CPP-NPA-NDF, it is alarming that the intensification of attacks on civilian communities and individuals. Meanwhile, in the Declaration by the President of the crackdown on legal and civilian mass organizations, the country seems to have gone to the jurisdiction of the military to openly suppress the rights of the people.

"Many activists, progressive organizations, and target communities know the brutal and abusive abilities of the State, and we are worried about it," said Cristina Palabay, general secretary of the Right.

But the country's experience in martial law shows that in the face of repressions the mass movement will only grow stronger, the voice of the peoples who assert national independence and democracy.

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