Declaring 30 January 2015 as a National Day of Mourning #JusticeForThePNPSAF

by - Thursday, January 29, 2015

It was a bloody Sunday morning when the commandos, member of the elite Special Action Force(SAF) unit of the Philippine National Police were killed in the firefight with the MILF(Moro Islamic Liberation Front) and BIFF(Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters) that raged for almost eleven hours in the town of Mamasapano, Province of Maguindanao.(story here: PNP-SAF/MILF/BIFF CLASH

The only reason why PNP-SAF went to that place is to arrest the two World Most Wanted Terrorist Bomb Maker:




NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING DECLARED

In a Nationally Televised Address, the President called the SAF Heroes and need to declared tomorrow, January 30, 2015 as a National Day of Mourning.

PROCLAMATION No. 953 s.2015


Reflecting after the national television address of our President, what happened now is truly a great shame. 

This is just my say, I cannot forgive him for being the leader of our country and not being honest. We are treated as idiot...let me restate that....we are treated horribly.  The pain that present undercurrent, embracing the lies that will never go away. 

They died with great honor, yes that's true. They suffer a great deal, absolutely - but for me they are used and abused by the powerful people and I pity them.

Justice should be given to all PNP-SAF who died in Mamasapano, Maguindanao!!!

I have hope that the law and order will exist for the purpose of establishing JUSTICE and PEACE, that everyone will receive equal rights eventually, both our government and the rebels.


We know through painful experience that freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed. Frankly, I have yet to engage in a direct action campaign that was "well timed" in the view of those who have not suffered unduly from the disease of segregation. For years now I have heard the word "Wait!".....This "Wait" has almost always meant "Never." We must come to see, with one of our distinguished jurists, that "justice too long delayed is justice denied." ~Copy paste Letter from a Birmingham Jail












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14 comments

  1. such a sad and tragic incident, talaga. Justice must be serve. Sana puntahan ni Pnoy yung mga naulila ng mga bayaning ito.

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    1. Yes Papaleng, that's true. He is the Commander-in-chief, he should be there and give RESPECT.

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  2. justice must be served! so sad the commander in chief is nowhere near handling the case seriously...

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  3. I have just seen this news earlier this morning while watching Umagang Kay Ganda. A lot of people also voted that justice must be served and that the leader is just a bad leader.

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  4. It's really a tragic event. It's also sad that there's so much online hate already. The president is probably the hardest job. Damned if you do, damned if you don't. We mourn the loss but let's unite as a nation for this rather than constantly fault finding.

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  5. It pains me knowing that the government, the way I see it, knew everything. Such a waste of precious lives!

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  6. Nakakalungkot talaga ang trahedyang to. Halos maiyak kami pag napapanood to sa balita. I hope the families will be comforted. :(

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  7. I feel sad for those victims. He deserve more than that. He should at least be there

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  8. What happened was beyond terrifying and horrible. But let us hold on to hope. Justice will be served. thanks for the post.

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  9. the government should act immediately on this situation, its either all out war or peace talks

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  10. Condolence to the family. Hope justice and peace will prevail. Hope that PEACE process won;t be denied because of this unfortunate incident :(

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  11. Such a tragic event...praying for comfort the families and justice for the victims..

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  12. Such a sad moment for all of us to witness this. If there's one to blame, it's the president. The worse part is, he knew it's gonna happen and didn't even do a thing or two to prevent it. What made me feel the worst is his insensitivity and monotonous feelings towards the fallen comrades. At least, he should've shown respect for those who fought for him. What a pity.. :(

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  13. Sad sad news for the whole country. :(

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