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MY UNFORGETTABLE VACATION
by : Yhunize Gatpandan
Traveling gives us a lot of great memories we can always look back on. Getting out of our comfort zone opens the mind to more ideas and possibilities. And while it gives us a peek into how the rest of the world lives, it also makes us appreciate more what we have back home.
The most unforgettable travel experience for me is my trip with my auntie and cousins to Palawan last January 2016. It was my 2nd time here in Palawan, the 1st time is with my family but I didn’t recall any memories because I am only 1-year old at that time. According to them, we spend 8 days and visited a lot of tourist places. We planned to go to Palawan to attend the 1st birthday of my cousin that resides in Puerto Princesa City. I don’t know what to feel when the plane started to move or run on the runway but it was an exciting experience when we are above sky level. On the 2nd day, we went to Brooke’s Point, a municipality where my auntie resided. A very long drive because it takes almost 8 hours. It is a very good place because at the back of their home is a beach where we can swim and it is more beautiful during sunrise where we can walk throughout the entire beach. It is my 1st time experience seeing a fisherman having fresh fish and other seafoods in their boat. On the 3rd day and before going back to Manila, we visited different tourist places here in Puerto like Baker’s Hill, Crocodile Farm, Butterfly Garden, and others. It was such a really beautiful place where you can spend the rest of the day without the feeling of tiredness.
Three days is not enough to visit all the places in Puerto as per my Uncle. We didn’t visit the Underground River, a tourist destination that is included in the 7 Wonders of the World due to lack of time. If I will be given a chance to visit again the Palawan, I will because I want to explore and to go also in Coron & El Nido, a place that most tourist spent their vacation.
Promotion of Students’ Teamwork and Self Growth through a Simple Group Quiz Good day everyone! Today I am going to share to you a wonderful lesson that I gained from a unique experience during our class in Health. Last Tuesday, we did a group quiz in our Health subject but I’ll tell you it was not an ordinary group quiz. We were in the Health class but we also feel that we are on a Physical Education class. Our teacher was so clever that he had given us a slice of life lessons into our activity. We had a very good experience and I thank Sir Ivan for that. We usually start our class with stretching exercises and this is one of the things that makes this subject unique. So after the warmup, Sir Ivan asked as about our lesson last meeting and then started to discuss the lesson about the different classifications of drugs. When the lesson was finish, he asked us for some clarifications and then grouped us afterwards. We are 35 in our section so he grouped us into 6 groups with five members each. He did not tell us the mechanics or the rules of the group quiz yet but he already told us to review our notes. While we were reviewing, Sir Dale suddenly spoke and said, “Teamwork is the key guys! You must work as group!’’. I was seriously reading my notes at that time and I did not mind what he has said. Most of us did not take Sir Ivan’s words seriously and continued to study individually. When our short review ended, he then told us the mechanics of the group quiz. He said that the questions will be answer by only one person. Each group would be sending one member in front to answer one question each. Each member will answer 2 questions each. I was a little bit shocked because I thought it would be like the traditional group quiz wherein we all answer as a group. It was not much of a problem for me because I know I learned the lessons well but for some of my classmates who didn’t listen nor study, it was a little bit hard. In our group, only two of us listened and study very well the lesson and the reason didn’t take the lesson seriously. I knew right from the time sir Dale told us the mechanics I already knew we were at a disadvantage. So basically, I didn’t really expect much. We only scored 4/10 from the quiz, but I didn’t really blamed my classmates. I blamed myself because I was selfish and I wasn’t able to support my groupmates. The activity was quite a surprise not just because of the mechanics but also because of the realizations I got from it. Sir Dale’s purpose was not really to score us but to see how we act in a certain situation. I remember when Sir Dale said when we were reviewing that teamwork is the key, he meant that we need to help each other. The individual answers was meant to test if our teamwork worked and if every student can stand alone on their own. The primary lesson that I obtained from the activity was obviously about the different classifications of drugs. The other knowledge that I got was a life lesson that we need to help each other for us to grow individually just like when a drug dependent individual is trying to change, he needs the support of the people around him to succeed. On the other hand, as an individual, you should not always depend on other people, you also need to urge yourself to learn or change.
Promotion of Students’ Teamwork and Self Growth through a Simple Group Quiz Good day everyone! Today I am going to share to you a wonderful lesson that I gained from a unique experience during our class in Health. Last Tuesday, we did a group quiz in our Health subject but I’ll tell you it was not an ordinary group quiz. We were in the Health class but we also feel that we are on a Physical Education class. Our teacher was so clever that he had given us a slice of life lessons into our activity. We had a very good experience and I thank Sir Ivan for that. We usually start our class with stretching exercises and this is one of the things that makes this subject unique. So after the warmup, Sir Ivan asked as about our lesson last meeting and then started to discuss the lesson about the different classifications of drugs. When the lesson was finish, he asked us for some clarifications and then grouped us afterwards. We are 35 in our section so he grouped us into 6 groups with five members each. He did not tell us the mechanics or the rules of the group quiz yet but he already told us to review our notes. While we were reviewing, Sir Dale suddenly spoke and said, “Teamwork is the key guys! You must work as group!’’. I was seriously reading my notes at that time and I did not mind what he has said. Most of us did not take Sir Ivan’s words seriously and continued to study individually. When our short review ended, he then told us the mechanics of the group quiz. He said that the questions will be answered by only one person. Each group will be sending one member in front to answer one question each. Each member will answer 2 questions each. I was a little bit shocked because I thought it would be like the traditional group quiz wherein we all answer as a group. It was not much of a problem for me because I know I learned the lessons well but for some of my classmates who didn’t listen nor study, it was a little bit hard. In our group, only two of us listened and study very well the lesson and the reason didn’t take the lesson seriously. I knew right from the time sir Dale told us the mechanics I already knew we were at a disadvantage. So basically, I didn’t really expect much. We only scored 4/10 from the quiz, but I didn’t really blamed my classmates. I blamed myself because I was selfish and I wasn’t able to support my groupmates. The activity was quite a surprise not just because of the mechanics but also because of the realizations I got from it. Sir Dale’s purpose was not really to score us but to see how we act in a certain situation. I remember when Sir Dale said when we were reviewing that teamwork is the key, he meant that we need to help each other. The individual answers was meant to test if our teamwork worked and if every student can stand alone on their own. The primary lesson that I obtained from the activity was obviously about the different classifications of drugs. The other knowledge that I got was a life lesson that we need to help each other for us to grow individually just like when a drug dependent individual is trying to change, he needs the support of the people around him to succeed. On the other hand, as an individual, you should not always depend on other people, you also need to urge yourself to learn or change.
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"The Filipino Maoism Ideology"
What is maoism?
Maoism is a form of communism developed by Mao Tse Tung. It is a doctrine to capture State power through a combination of armed insurgency, mass mobilization and strategic alliances. The Maoists also use propaganda and disinformation against State institutions as other components of their insurgency doctrine.
Marxism–Leninism–Maoism is a political philosophy that builds upon Marxism–Leninism and Maoism. Its proponents refer to Marxism–Leninism–Maoism as Maoism and Maoism as Mao Zedong Thought, also referred to as Marxism–Leninism–Mao Zedong Thought, the Chinese adaption of Marxism–Leninism. It was first formalized by the Peruvian communist party Shining Path in 1982.
The synthesis of Marxism–Leninism–Maoism did not occur during the life of Mao Zedong. From the 1960s, groups that called themselves Maoist or which upheld Maoism were not unified around a common understanding of Maoism and had instead their own particular interpretations of the political, philosophical, economical and military works of Mao. Its adherents claim it to be a unified, coherent higher stage of Marxism and that it was not synthesized until the 1980s through the experience of the people's war waged by the Shining Path. This led the Shining Path to posit Marxism–Leninism–Maoism as the newest development of Marxism.
Marxism–Leninism–Maoism has grown and developed significantly, serving as an animating force of revolutionary movements in countries such as Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, India, Nepal and the Philippines. It has also led to efforts being undertaken towards the constitution or reconstitution of communist parties in countries such as Austria, France, Germany, Sweden and the United States.
The Filipino Maoism
The peace talks between the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) and the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) are an often misunderstood concept by some in the MLM movement outside of the Philippines. From the outside, as a Maoist strongly committed to PPW till full communism it is potentiality easy to misunderstand the peace talks with the specter of Prachanda’s capitulation in Nepal and the Degeneration of FARC in Colombia into a “social movement” being purged by right-wing death squads funded and managed by the old state.
These comparisons are not accurate if we consider the specific material conditions and structure of the NDFP-GRP peace talks vs the structure and conditions of the so-called peace talks in Nepal and Colombia. In both cases, in the latter so-called peace talks, the UN acted as the “mediator” and “stored” the guns and armaments of the People’s Army for “safe keeping”. In Colombia, they have already been melted down and turned into obscene statues honoring capitulation and defeat. In the NDFP-GRP peace talks, the UN is not involved and handing over guns is not even on the table. Further, any attempt to bring it up by the reactionary state (Which they do fairly often) is immediately rebuked by the NDFP, CPP, NPA, Etc.
The peace talks are highly structured in order to ensure that they drive the people’s war instead of leading to it turning into its opposite in the form of capitulation and defeat. The Peace Talks take place between the NDFP’s negotiation team, as the United Front and the GRP. During the first round of peace talks under Cory Aquino after the ouster of Marcos, it was decided that since it was the CPP’s main job is to lead and the NPA’s main job is to fight and do mass work, the entire revolutionary movement would be represented by the NDFP, under the absolute leadership of the CPP, in negotiations at a nationwide level.
The negotiations are national in scope because the three root causes of the armed uprising, (Imperialism, Bureaucrat Capitalism, and Feudalism) permeates into every square inch of the nation, every Barangay (administrative term similar to Village or neighborhood) and effects the life of every Filipino including those living abroad in one way or another.
The main negotiating team is made up of primarily people who have been in political exile since the 80s. The lack of a land border making it much harder to “sneak” back into the country, means the activities of the panel are not “detracting” from the people’s war but are rather an additional form of struggle of the movement, secondarily and complementary to the armed struggle.
The first document in the four-part peace talks was the Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL). This agreement lays out the rules of war that the CPP-NPA-NDFP and the GRP and its armed forces are supposed to follow in order to make it comply with the rules of war of a ‘non-international civil war’ as laid out in various treaties such as the Geneva Convention.
The immediate question comes up how does this benefit the Party and the people’s war? The peace talks are at their base a form of broad United Front work for the people’s war. They provide support to the people’s war via acting as a pincher which isolates the puppet President and eventually leads to their ouster. The puppet President finds themselves between a rock and hard place with the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)-CIA constantly demanding the end of the peace talks and the increase in the military offensives against the party on the one hand, and the broad masses of the Filipino people including huge numbers of Petty-Bourgeois and National Bourgeois demanding peace. The peace talks also provide a constant and additional issue to organize and mobilize the masses around, in the city and in white areas the party does not yet control in the countryside.
The peace talks also act as a means of showing the broad masses of people the constant non-sincerity of the reactionary government in alleviating their suffering. Additionally, they show the masses that in the long run, only the armed struggle can alleviate their problems.
In 2016 when President Duterte was elected he said that he was to be the first “leftists” and “socialist” president of the Philippines. He also promised to release all the political prisoners and restart the talks with the NDFP. In the time since then, Duterte has unmasked himself as a fascist, tyrannical, puppet despot of the USA to the broad masses of people. On the other hand, the Party through the NDFP has shown constant good faith in the talks.
In the final analysis, the Peace talks are a form of struggle which is secondary to the armed struggle. They act on the one hand as a form of high-level United Front work in which the party demonstrates that they, in fact, do want peace, but only the type which is real and not merely peace for the exploitation of the capitalists. On the other hand, they provide the masses with a constant issue to struggle around. “Peace talks now” or some derivative therein is a ubiquitous part of almost any protest of the legal mass movement. The demand for the resumption of peace talks is a demand for an end to the killings, an end to feudalism, an end to bureaucrat capitalism, and an end to the imperialist domination of the Philippines. This will be finally realized through the armed struggle.
Another benefit of the peace talks and the ousting of puppet Presidents is that the reactionary government often has to release political prisoners as part of its efforts to reclaim and stabilize the government after the ouster of a president. For example in 1986 when Marcos was ousted, Joma was released and was able to leave the country for a speaking tour before having his passport canceled and him having to apply for political refugee status in Europe. This meant that Joma was able to help organize the Second Great Rectification Movement and put the CPP-NPA-NDFP back on the correct path, after a period of error and degradation in the face of many of the party’s leaders being arrested or killed.
The result of this is that as Duterte proves himself to be no different than every past Puppet president (if not demonstrably and actively worse) the broad masses (including large sections of the Petite Bourgeoisie and some of the National Bourgeoisie) are driven into the camp of the Party. As a result, now there are huge amounts of the masses joining the People’s army and the various mass organizations across the country.
As the puppet President becomes more and more isolated from the broad masses of people wanting an end to the decades’ old civil war they inevitably fall back on the only thing they know in order to try to retain power, Bureaucratic Corruption. Showering more money, promotions, and high tech gear on the AFP and the Philippine National Police (PNP) has two effects, In the short run it shores up the support of those most vital organs of the state for the puppet President. But in the long run, it has the inverse effect. Even though they are provided with higher tech and bigger guns they find themselves unable to make progress against the stradecially and tactically superior NPA.
Also the raining of money on the troops for killing “rebels” even if they just kill civilians isolates the regime and lowers their combat effectiveness since civilians are easier to capture / kill then actual rebels. This massively degrades the ability for them to wage war against the Party. Losing ground constantly to the rapidly advancing CPP-NPA-NDFP the armed forces become increasingly jumpy, paranoid, and demoralized. With this comes miss encounters between the AFP and the PNP.
Higher inflation in November seen as ‘temporary uptick’ – BSP
The inflation rate for November of 3.3 percent, which was higher than the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) 2.4 percent to 3.2 percent forecast for the month, is a temporary uptick and would not affect the government’s two-four percent target, said BSP Governor Benjamin E. Diokno.
“The November inflation (of 3.3 percent) is transitory,” said Diokno. The average annual inflation will be within the government’s target range of two-four percent, he added.
The BSP also called the higher-than-expected inflation in September and October as transitory. It recently revised its 2020 inflation forecast to 2.4 percent, 2.7 percent for 2021 and 2.9 percent for 2022.
The latest inflation rate topped the peak of BSP’s forecast for the month because of higher food inflation such as vegetables, fish, fruits and meat. “Nonetheless, inflation is expected to settle within the government’s target range of three percent plus or minus one percent for 2020-2022 as the impact of supply disruptions due to recent typhoons is expected to be largely transitory,” said Diokno.
Downside risks to economic growth both globally and locally remains despite new developments in the COVID-19 vaccines, and mainly this is due to “logistical challenges in the distribution of the vaccine” which Diokno said “would have to be addressed before the recovery could resume.”
“In the near term, uncertainty remains high following the resurgence of the virus in the US, Europe and parts of Asia. The reimposition off lockdowns could further dampen economic recovery,” said Diokno.
The government, after Thursday’s meeting of the inter-agency Development Budget Coordination Committee (DBCC), revised the average inflation rate projection higher to 2.4 percent to 2.6 percent from its previous 1.75 percent to 2.75 percent it announced last August. The 2021 and 2022 inflation assumption remains at two-four percent.
The DBCC also adjusted the price assumption of Dubai crude oil for 2020 to $40 to $42 per barrel versus an earlier assumption of $35 to $45, while for next year and in 2022, it is still $35 to $50.
The peso-US dollar exchange rate assumption was also revised to P48 to P50 for 2020 compared to its August assumption of P50 to P52. For 2021 and 2022, it is a range of P48 to P53 versus previous assumption of P50 to P54.
The Philippines suffered damages due to typhoon Ulysses (Vamco) which devastated Cagayan Valley, Bicol, MIMAROPA, Laguna, Batangas and Metro Manila, specifically Marikina and Pasig, last November 12. About one million households or families were affected by the typhoon which brought Ondoy-level flooding.
The BSP’s Monetary Board, factoring in the bad weather conditions, cut the policy rate by 25 basis points last week, which a surprised policy action. Since February, the BSP reduced the policy rate by two percent.
"Not all heroes wear capes, not all heroes are truly good."
Filipino movies and teleseryes have raised us to believe that heroes are infallible (and, in some cases, bulletproof). In real life, however, it’s not so black-and-white. Our national heroes were flesh and blood who made mistakes just like any other Filipino during their time.
The Luna brothers had a violent streak.
While Juan Luna is known for his award-winning and haunting "Spoliarium," history books often forget to tell us that he killed his wife. Yes, the country’s most famous painter and hero murdered his wife (and his mother-in-law!) in a fit of jealous rage. And there is also evidence that suggests his family used their connections so that he would get preferential treatment while in prison.
His brother Antonio was no better. The hot-headed general almost killed their friend, Jose Rizal. Once, again it was jealousy that drove Antonio to almost duel to the death with Rizal.
Luna refers to the moon, which is often associated with madness. Could this just be a coincidence?
Rizal and Goyo were known womanizers.
One of the first things we learn about Jose Rizal is that he was linked to a lot of women during his lifetime. In fact, almost everywhere he would go, he would find a suitable paramour. When his heart finally settled on the Irish beauty, Josephine Bracken, he had already earned a reputation of being a ladies’ man. (Initially, Bracken’s adoptive father was against the union of the 18-year-old girl and the doctor who was in his 30s.)
Despite this, Rizal was very strict with his sisters, especially with the boys they date. In a letter to Soledad, he scolds her for not introducing her “sweetheart” to their family. Now before we accuse Rizal of being anti-feminist, let’s not forget that the hero also supported women’s right to proper education, as he had written down in his letters to the Women of Malolos.
Quezon was a bit vain and shut down his critics.
Manuel Quezon was your typical charismatic politician whose mestizo looks captured the heart of a nation. It seems as though he was aware of this and he made the effort of having his sleek flat-top hairstyle groomed to perfection for his public appearances. Some even say that he had a personal barber. His efforts were not in vain (pun intended) because even at 5’6” he managed to impress almost everyone he met. A foreigner even said that he was “as handsome as a Roman god.”
This vanity, however, proved to be his heroic flaw. While history credits Quezon for being the “Ama ng Wikang Pambansa” and praises him for his open-door policy for Jewish refugees during WWII, there is also a dark chapter in this hero’s life.
The movie Quezon's Game depicted him as a puppet of the U.S. government and the ruling class. During his time in government, big businesses and landowners were favored over workers and farmers.
This depiction was not far-fetched. In fact, one of the most harrowing episodes during his governance was the Cabuyao Massacre. The Constabulary opened fired at Sakdalistas, a faction of government critics led no less than by Quezon's former ally. What made it worse was that this massacre happened in a church.
(The Sakdalistas later splintered into two groups. One group partnered with the Japanese and eventually became the Makapilis. The other group formed the Hukbalahap, which was later accused of killing Quezon’s wife, Doña Aurora.)
Aguinaldo ordered the killing of the Bonifacio brothers, was implicated in the murder of Antonio Luna and his followers, and pretty much sold the country.
Emilio Aguinaldo was more of a politician than a hero. Though we cannot deny his contribution during the Philippine-Spanish War, we also cannot avoid the dark deeds that made historians openly call him a traitor.
The start of his infamy in the history of the Philippines was at the Tejeros Convention. Though he wasn’t physically present, it was said that he conspired with his allies to corner Andres Bonifacio.
By giving the Supremo a meager role in the revolutionary government (nothing more than the equivalent of a treasurer), he angered Magdiwang, the Tagalog faction of the Katipunan. This is what further stirred animosity between Magdalo and Magdiwang.
Of course, it was revealed that he was the mastermind behind the murder of the Bonifacio brothers and General Antonio Luna, all of whom did not share his point of view in governance and also posed as threats to his leadership.
In his letters that were auctioned off to private buyers in 2019, he admitted to the murder of the Supremo. In his own words, he stated, “I had to yield,” which was said to be his concession to the advice of his allies that Bonifacio was more trouble than he’s worth.
Regarding Antonio Luna, his hit biopic depicted Aguinaldo as the mastermind behind the general’s gruesome death. Whatever really happened, many historians assume that it couldn’t have happened without Aguinaldo’s knowledge. Because of this, he was partly responsible for Luna’s death and of his aide, Paco Roman. (Luna’s loyal followers were also later tracked down and killed.)
The biggest betrayal of all, however, was the fact the Aguinaldo simply gave up the Philippines after all the lives that were lost for its freedom. When Cavite fell, his revolutionary government capitulated to Spain and accepted P1,700,000 as payment (he later said this was used to buy arms to take back the country, we can never really trust this). How’s that for a betrayal?
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