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KD70 Statement on the Partial Writ for Roxas (tags)
For the Kilusang Dekada 70( KD70), the association of Filipino-American activists who are now residing in the United States,we firmly believe that the CA partial writ for Melissa Roxas is just a carbon copy of the some of the ruling of the high courts and other courts that upheld the concept of justice but contradicts the inequities of the ruling system. The recent The Court of Appeals decision on the partial granting of the petition for writ of amparo and habeas data filed by Filipino-American activist Melissa Roxas only successfully highlights and exposes the contradictions in the bourgeois justice system in the Philippines.
Lest We Forget: The Martyrs of Martial Law in the Philippines (tags)
The Kilusang Dekada 70 (KD70) commemorates the 26th death anniversary and the assassination of Senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr on August 21, 1983. Aquino’s martyrdom gains special significance today, August 21 because of two reasons: First, the assassination was not solved though everybody knows who is the mastermind and second because of the rampant abuse of power and corruption under the present US-Arroyo administration. Senator Aquino even during the days before martial law opposed the abuse of power under the US-Marcos dictatorship regime that does not respect democratic rights and treats itself as above the law. His martyrdom gains special significance today as we fight the US- Arroyo regime with a track record of abusing power and dispensing public funds without any concern for accountability.
FQS 39th Anniversary, Jan 30-31, 1970 (tags)
We the activist from the Kilusang Dekada 70 (KD70) remembers that thirty-nine years ago, on January 30-31, 1970, from the night of January 30 to the early morning of January 31, 1970 fought the Philippine police and army forces who attacked the progressive forces in what is now known in history as the Battle of Mendiola. Four activist were killed and more than 150 were wounded by gunfire and at least 600 others were arrested and jailed in the Camp Crame. Manila became a virtual military camp but the activist were not cowed and the series of mass actions were launched now collectively known as the First Quarter Storm of 1970.
PALAYAIN ANG PALESTINA! (tags)
Mas malalaking ang kilos masa ang magaganap na ipinatawag ng ANSWER-LA sa Sabado, Enero 10 sa Wislhire Westwood.Los Angeles sa harapan ng Federal building sa may 11000 Veteran and Wilshire sa ganap na 12:00 ng tanghali Kasabay ito ng malaking martsa-rali sa Washington DC sa Sabado, Enero 10. Dahil dito, nanawagan ang Kilusang Dekada 70 sa mga aktibistang Pilipino na sumama sa martsa-rali at lumahok para ipakita ang gating pakikipagkaisa sa mga mamamayang Palestino.
PALAYAIN ANG PALESTINA! (tags)
Ikinararangal ang Kilusang Dekada 70 (DK70) at ng Echo Park Community Coalition (EPCC) ang magigiting na nagprotesta kagabi Enero 6 ng libu-libong demonstrador sa harap ng konsulada ng Israel sa Wilshire Blvd. Buong tapang silang lumabas upang suportahan at ipakita ang kanilang pakikipaghkaisa sa mga Palestino na ngayonm ay inaatake ng Israel sa bayan ng Gaza. Isinigaw nila ang kanilang paninindigan na itigil ang atake sa Gaza at PALAYAIN ANG PALESTINA!
FREE RANDALL ECHANIS AND ALL POLITICAL DETAINEES! (tags)
The recent charades, so called arrest and hospital detention and then the eventual release of Jocjoc Bolante after he was deported back to Manila by US immigration authorities truly reflects the ills of a justice system under rule of the puppet US-Arroyo regime in the Philippines. The Kilusang Dekada 70 vehemently condemns the recent travesty of justice. We ask- why is it so easy for this government play charades and masquaredes in the Congress and in the courts than to listen to the cries for justice coming from victims of enforced disappearance, torture and unjust imprisonme
FREE RANDALL ECHANIS! (tags)
he executive clemency granted by Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo to Claudio Teehankee Jr.and other high profile criminals reflects the ills of a justice system under the semicolonial and semifeudal rule of the puppet US-Arroyo regime. We in the Kilusang Dekada 70 asks: how can this government release a man who brutally killed two young people while it continues to detain more than 200 political prisoners on trumped-up charges? Why is it so easy for this government to show mercy to a convicted murderers than to listen to the cries for justice coming from victims of enforced disappearance, torture and unjust imprisonment?