When Rodrigo Duterte ran for president of the Philippines in 2016, he promised that change would come for the Filipino people.
These Lumad children will not stop fighting for their rights, and neither should we.
We’re ready for those changes.
A quick look at some facts regarding Indigenous Political Prisoners in the Philippines.
Some things I discovered while reading up on the West Papuan situation. I could not but shout “Merdeka!” afterwards.
Trump is a racist and a bigot, and his statements and actions against Native Americans in the US show it.
Note: This entry is about an abusive partnership and why this break up will only be for the better.
Ours, too, is a country with a police force that would rather defend the insignia of a foreign country than uphold its vow to serve and protect the Filipino people.
I want martial law declared in the Philippines because I want this nation to be great again.
Simply put, the right to self determination is the right of nations or peoples to freely determine their own political status with no foreign interference. Nations and peoples, by virtue of this right, are free to choose how they will be governed and who will govern them. They, and they alone, will determine how to allocate the resources within their defined territories. In exercising the right to self determination, intervention by foreign political powers is not necessary. What is far more important is for the nation or people exercising this right to be firm in wanting to exercise this right.