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  1. #261
    Quote Originally Posted by fridayblues View Post
    shocking to know there are those who defend the terrorists here. tsk tsk
    they're not defending the terrorist, they just hate the gov't.

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    Clean up MNLF mess, FVR tells PNoy

    MANILA - As the crisis in Zamboanga City stretched into another day, former President Fidel Ramos gave the Aquino administration some unsolicited advice.

    "Why don't you clean up your own mess first because you did it in the first place after we turned it over to you in a nice silver platter," he said.

    Ramos said Aquino should fix his management team.

    "Put your team in order. After that, maybe you can succeed in cleaning up the mess," he added.

    He said his advice is based on experience. "Kami, we are trying to give advice. You can take it or leave it but it is good advice because it is based on experience."

    The peace agreement with the Moro National Liberation Front was signed in 1997 during the Ramos administration.

    Ramos said the peace deal was not implemented properly by his successors.

    "Hindi totoo na may nasasabi ng media, kayo, sa newspaper na nasira yung peace agreement nung Ramos administration nung panahon ni Ramos. Hindi po. Nasa implementation yan eh. Kahit na anong ganda ng kasunduan, peace agreement, eh kung mali mali ang implementation afterwards eh di sira rin yung kapayapaan na iyun," he added.

    http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/nation/09...fvr-tells-pnoy

  5. #264
    Ang dami palang magaling na sniper eh. Sana inubos nalang nila yung mga kurakot na politician dito sa Maynila!

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    zamboanga police chief abuducted by MNLF!

    why in the world was he abducted? he did not take precautions? i thought the military and the police are all over the place.

    also why the hell is aquino still in zamboanga? its a security risk!

  7. #266
    Look, I'm not defending MNLF pero sana Magisip isip naman sana ang mga tao rito na pabor sa All-Out-War at military confrontation at isinasantabi ang peaceful settlement. Look at the Big Picture.

    Naiinis din ako sa mga taong nagcricriticize kay Binay. Binay attempted a peaceful solution, pero yung mga #1 supporters ng All-Out-War ay sinuportahan si Roxas na isang impatient, ambitious.

    Dahil sa ganyang mentalidad, nagkaroon ng Rason ang MNLF na magdeclare ng Giyera sa GPH at iabrogate ang 1996 final peace agreement.

    Advance party yang dinala nila sa Zamboanga. Pain yan. They will use it as propaganda para magkaroon ng rason to declare war.

    Why Zamboanga? Para palabasin na inaapi ng mga Kristiyano ang Moro.

    Kalkulado sila na susugurin yan ng Militar. They know na they are Militarily inferior
    at alam nilang Trigger Happy ang AFP.

    Noynoy and Mar Fell into a trap.

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    there is nothing peaceful about an army with arms attacking and occupying barangays, taking hundreds of hostages, using them as human shields, burning of 1,000 structures and the killing of civilians and soldiers. and they are not even from Zamboanga! zamboanga is a predominantly catholic/christian city.

    where is peace in that?

    that is not peace, that is terorism,

    they did that, they deserve to be taken out by force. as of today, 100 MNLF rebels have been killed or captured. now, the government need to go after the other 150 or so.

    terrorists deserve military action. they only know violence and terror, the military needs to give in kind.

  9. #268
    Quote Originally Posted by sargo View Post
    there is nothing peaceful about an army with arms attacking and occupying barangays, taking hundreds of hostages, using them as human shields, burning of 1,000 structures and the killing of civilians and soldiers. and they are not even from Zamboanga! zamboanga is a predominantly catholic/christian city.

    where is peace in that?

    they did that, they deserve to be taken out by force. as of today, 100 MNLF rebels have been killed or captured. now, the government need to go after the other 150 or so.
    Its a trap nga. It was supposed to be a Peaceful Parade IF the Military didnt Attack. but its calculated. They bought their weapons as an enticement for the military to attack. It worked. Everyone fell into a trap. MNLF will use it to strengthen their propaganda

    kaya nga Zamboanga e, para palabasin na inaapi ng mga Xtiano ang mga Muslim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Dragon View Post
    Its a trap nga. They bought their weapons as an enticement for the MIlitary to attack. It worked. Everyone fell into a trap. MNLF will use it to strengthen their propaganda

    kaya nga Zamboanga e, para palabasin na inaapi ng mga Xtiano ang mga Muslim.
    if its a trap then they deserve the military action.

    the country and MOST SPECIALLY the citizens of zamboanga who have been killed, wounded and homes burned will not see kindly an army witth arms.

    to espouse for peaceful settlement is to defend the terrorists.

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    on TV patrol - 23 MNLF soldiers set to surrender.

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    Mga Demonyong MNLF namatay yung 2 taong gulang na bata dahil ginawang Human Shield

    nakakalungkot marami dito sa PEX ang nakikisimpatya sa MNLF

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  13. #272
    sabihin nyo nang kulang sa pansin si misuari.

    well, the nation is paying a high price for the government ignoring misuari and his rightful demands that the peace deal he signed in 1996 be honored by GRP, the other signee.

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    @News5AKSYON: @MARoxas:SSupt.Malayo kept on convincing 23 MNLF fighters to surrender even after they abducted him this morning in Mampang. |via @djstaana

    malayo was released and with him 23 MNLF soldiers who abducted him that apparently he was able to convince to surrender.

    idol!

  15. #274
    terorista mga yan dapat dyan

    tapusin! tapusin! tapusin!

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    Zamboanga City top cop freed; 20 MNLF rebels yield

    By Frances Mangosing
    INQUIRER.net

    MANILA, Philippines – Senior Superintendent Jose Chiquito Malayo, the police chief of Zamboanga City who was reported kidnapped by Moro National Liberation Front rebels in Sta. Catalina village in the city, emerged free shortly after 6 p.m. Tuesday, the military said.



    Military spokesman Lt. Col. Ramon Zagala told INQUIRER.net that Malayo remarkably even managed to convince at least 20 armed rebels to surrender.
    The Philippine Daily Inquirer team in Mindanao saw Malayo aboard a mini-bus, and he was with the MNLF surrenderees.

    Malayo waved and smiled at the Inquirer team as the mini-bus passed by.

    Zamboanga City government’s Twitter account also affirmed the release past 6 p.m.

    “[Crisis management committee] confirms the release of Zamboanga police chief Malayo and the surrender of some MNLF members,” it said.

    No abduction

    Meanwhile, a Philippine National Police official disputed reports that Malayo was abducted.

    As it turned out, the police chief of Zamboanga City was not really abducted but only negotiated for the surrender of several rebel members.

    In a phone interview, Chief Superintendent Juanito Vano Jr., Region IX police director, told INQUIRER.net that Senior Superintendent Jose Chiquito Malayo, the police chief of Zamboanga City only facilitated the surrender of 27 MNLF rebels.

    “Hindi sya inabduct. Sya nagpa-surrender [ng mga MNLF] . . . OK na si Malayo (He was not abducted. He convinced the MNLF rebels to surrender…Malayo is now OK),” Vano said.

    Senior Superintendent Theodore Sindac, PNP-Public Information Office chief, earlier said Malayo was abducted “at gun point” in Barangay (village) Mampang around 11 a.m. while he was negotiating for the release of civilian hostages.

    In a separate advisory, Interior Secretary Mar Roxas II said “I am pleased to inform you that Zambo[anga] City director, Senior Superintendent Chiquito Malayo has successfully convinced…MNLF fighters to come into the fold of the law.”

    Roxas, however, said the number of rebels who surrendered was only 23.
    “While trying to convince them, he was taken into custody or held hostage but he kept on convincing them until he succeeded,” Roxas told reporters.

    The rebels said they had come from a nearby island to join a peaceful protest by their group in Zamboanga but withdrew after firefights erupted between government troops and their comrades, Roxas said, adding police would investigate their claims.

    “The important thing here is he (Malayo) was able to enact the surrender,” Zagala said.

    The surrender of about 20 rebels comes as government troops intensify an offensive to end the standoff that began Sept. 9 when the troops foiled a suspected plan by a larger group of rebels to take control of Zamboanga, a major port of nearly 1 million people about 860 kilometers (540 miles) south of Manila.

    The military says it has recaptured 70 percent of the coastal areas occupied by the rebels and rescued more than 100 hostages.

    About 64 hostages were freed or escaped during military operations early Tuesday, followed by another 14 who walked to freedom in separate batches. That brought to 116 the number of those rescued in the last 18 hours, Zagala said.

    He said more than 100 Moro National Liberation Front rebels were still holding hostages in the remaining pockets they control in five coastal villages in Zamboanga.

    Nearly 82,000 residents have fled the fighting into several emergency shelters, including the city’s main sports complex.

    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/489587/...y-mnlf-reports

  18. #277
    nakakaawa yung mga civilian na tumatakas. anu kaya pakiramdam ni misuari dito. pati bata ginawang human shield.

    peaceful rally? may mga dala na silang pantali sa mga hostages its all planned.

  19. Sep 18, 2013

  20. #278
    I see surrenders... yung mga sumuko yun yung hindi buo paniniwala kay misuari.. may mga loyalista pa yan. yun ang dapat durugin.. I was impressed the government stepped up the attacks using attack helicopters. dapat lang pakita sa rebelde na hindi to baril barilan. the government needs to show its power.. para yung mga sumisipsip tulad ni duterte mag isip mina bago magsalitang babakas kay misuari.

  21. #279
    Quote Originally Posted by creech View Post
    nakakaawa yung mga civilian na tumatakas. anu kaya pakiramdam ni misuari dito. pati bata ginawang human shield.

    peaceful rally? may mga dala na silang pantali sa mga hostages its all planned.
    Media should be vigilant as to how people handles the land and residences of the victims that became a wasteland. If these properties become owned by authority figures or companies chummy with government, we can have an evidence of why this drama was orchestrated. Already, the captured people who were promised thousands of money smell a set-up was foisted.

  22. #280
    Quote Originally Posted by Red Dragon View Post
    Look, I'm not defending MNLF pero sana Magisip isip naman sana ang mga tao rito na pabor sa All-Out-War at military confrontation at isinasantabi ang peaceful settlement. Look at the Big Picture.

    Naiinis din ako sa mga taong nagcricriticize kay Binay. Binay attempted a peaceful solution, pero yung mga #1 supporters ng All-Out-War ay sinuportahan si Roxas na isang impatient, ambitious.

    Dahil sa ganyang mentalidad, nagkaroon ng Rason ang MNLF na magdeclare ng Giyera sa GPH at iabrogate ang 1996 final peace agreement.

    Advance party yang dinala nila sa Zamboanga. Pain yan. They will use it as propaganda para magkaroon ng rason to declare war.

    Why Zamboanga? Para palabasin na inaapi ng mga Kristiyano ang Moro.

    Kalkulado sila na susugurin yan ng Militar. They know na they are Militarily inferior
    at alam nilang Trigger Happy ang AFP.

    Noynoy and Mar Fell into a trap.
    question: how many ceasefires does the Philippines needs to end the MNLF.
    answer: NONE






    they lost their biggest terrorist ally, Malaysia. it is time to finish the bandit's reign of terror. they have no where to hide.

    tell the MILF they should show their sincerity and give the MNLF no sanctuary.

  23. Sep 18, 2013

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