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BREAKING NEWS: MNLF attacks Zambo City, using 20 hostages as 'human shields;' cop killed


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oi good news na.... seguro gikapoy na kanang mga rebelde.... surender sila in exchange for a food.......

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    oi good news na.... seguro gikapoy na kanang mga rebelde....


    surender sila in exchange for a food....
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    Zamboanga police chief not abducted – PNP official


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    “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.”


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    naka buhi naman cya sa new kron

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vino Kid View Post
    makalibog hehehehe




    Zamboanga police chief not abducted – PNP official


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    “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.”


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    kani maayo balita.. kanang uban dha pataka ra...

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    I would rather believe the texts and FB posts/comments of my wife's friends and relatives who are in Zamboanga City than what the media feeds us. If we think that things are getting "better" there, no it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vino Kid View Post
    makalibog hehehehe




    Zamboanga police chief not abducted – PNP official


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    “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.”


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    It could be na ang gusto sa mga MNLF is to surrender gyud sa Chief of Police kay basin nahadlok sila na ma torture or palisdan sa army... Kudos to the man, he is really brave...

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    Quote Originally Posted by salbahis View Post
    watching too much future weapons eh?
    ot: ahh, backread lang sa boss para ma.g among gi.storyaan.. hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by makie29 View Post
    I'd like everybody to know the rumors that are circulating in Zamboanga City right now. What we see in the televisions, hear on radios or basically get from the media are far from the truth. These rumors that I got are from (close) friends and from the families (relatives and siblings) of my wife, she's from Zamboanga City.

    Here are the rumors circulating around:

    This Zamboanga City attack is a joint venture (yes, I'm calling it a joint venture since I believe the bottom line of everything is to make more money) between the government and the MNLF. First, try to put yourselves into the shoes of Nur Misuari, I don't think you'd be st*pid enough to attack a city just to raise your flag in the city hall. Raising a flag changes nothing. It doesn't make Zamboanga City a part of Bangsamoro. But at the start, mao ni ang gipagawas nga istorya, gusto sudlon sa MNLF ang city hall para maraise ilang flag.

    Now, do we still hear news reports that they are still aggressive in making it to the city hall? They're busy burning barangays and ironically, they focus on just a single one, Sta. Barbara. Now, let's make things a little interesting. Sta. Barbara is a town made up dominantly of Muslims. Di ba Muslims man pud ni ang mga MNLF? Why the heck attack their own brothers and sisters? See, Zamboanga City is made up mostly of non-Muslims, nganong adto man gyud sila sa Muslim area motira?

    The mayor of Zamboanga City keeps on saying nga "be calm" lang daw. Seriously, how can you be calm when you hear gunshots almost everywhere, worse, naa pa ang mga buto just a few meters away from your home? How can you be calm when you're in the evacuation area while thinking nga wala na kay kaulian kay gisunog na sa mga rebelde imong balay? How can you be calm when while at the evacuation area, naa kay bata or tiguwang nga kuyog nga nagkasakit na and you can't buy medicines kay either sarado ang mga pharmacies or delikado lang kaayo mogawas? How can you be calm when you have nothing to eat, drink and sleep on? Yet the mayor seems to be at peace at her place. Isn't that ironic yet dubious?

    Escalating things, I don't seem to get the logic ngano, after nearly a week since the attack, the president hasn't declared state of emergency. People are asking, kung baha sa Luzon, state of emergency dayun but giyera sa Zamboanga, walay state of emergency? And to think this was "done" by the government's number 1 enemies?

    Let's try to put things together. Ingon sa mga taga Zamboanga City, there might be plans for Sta. Barbara to be developed but the government might have a hard time convincing or letting the people leave since they've been there for the past decades. On the side of Climaco (Zamboanga City's current mayor), if she will do it civilly, madaot iyang reputation as a mayor and people will no longer support her. That being said, next elections, pildi gyud ni siya. So the way to do it? Let the "enemies" do it for you. This probably explains the reason why rebels are focusing solely on Sta. Barbara. Sta. Barbara is near shorelines, a perfect spot for industrial developments. By now, Climaco and the government has already made a relocation site so what's in it for her? She will appear helping those affected by giving them new homes and at the same time, mapalambo pa niya ang Zamboanga City by developing probably an industrial or commercial zone/area. Smart idea isn't it?

    Haven't you wondered nganong di pasudlon ang mga firetruck? Kay tungod delikado kuno? What a lame reason! Di nila pasudlon ang mga fire trucks para di mapugngan ang mga sunog. Fire trucks can easily make it through with military escorts if tuyoon gyud nila. It doesn't make any sense just to let people's houses burn and do nothing (kung tarong gyud ang ilang intention).

    Now, what's in it for the MNLF? Before we'll delve into that, let us not forget that Nur Misuari is a Harvard graduate so that being said, this guy is brilliant. Sigurado di ni siya mobuhat ug butang nga di makabenefit nila, BIG TIME! Speaking of big time, ilang partner is big time pud, no other than the government. Let's go back 12 years ago, the 9/11 attack sa US. After the attack, the US government has vowed to support anti-terrorism groups by providing the necessary support (budget) to curb terrorism.

    What a perfect way to stage an attack, 2 days before 9/11! So what does the government and MNLF get? Millions or probably billions of dollars nga support for anti-terrorism. I guess there's nothing much to say.

    So in the process, PNoy, Mar, the DND secretary, Nur and Climaco all get what they're looking for. Every wins and gets huge smiles on their faces. And guess at who's expense? The people of Zamboanga.

    I'd like to let everybody know that what the media is feeding us are edited and doesn't really provide the real info of what's going on in Zamboanga City. I'm confident enough to say this since one of my wife's friends has good connections sa media. Di kuno gusto iyagyag kung unsa gyud ang mga nahitabo didto. That's the instructions that the media got.

    So I guess my initial reaction was wrong. The first thought that came to mind was this is a (possible) cover up to the Napoles/PDAF issue. Apparently, this was all coincidence but mas dako pa diay ni sa PDAF issue.

    And lastly, have you ever wondered nganong gipagawas ni si Misuari nga nadakpan na man unta ni? Kung ang mga rapists or petty thieves get heavy penalties or sanctions for the things that they have done, then how come a rebel leader walk away freely? Matuwid na daan indeed.
    Well I guess at this point we can all say at least some of the rumors are lining up. Next thing to do would be to confirm if the US did provide funds for this crisis and whether Beng did provide relocation for all these thousands of people living on these tents.

    If the rumors are true then it's just a handful of people determining the fate of thousands. Nobody deserves to be treated like this. Kaluoy sa mga bata!



















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    Last edited by Sand Man; 09-18-2013 at 10:16 AM.

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    @Sand Man:

    Let me also add this one. Rape is also very rampant there. It's no surprise since obviously those rebels who are holding hostages for sure will take advantage of the situation. Worse, ang pamilya sa mga gipangrape kay naa pa sa atubangan ug makakita while girape ang biktima. They can do nothing since they're being held at gun point.

    It's true pud nga naay mga rebelde nga wala pasagdi ang mga hostages. Hostages are eating 3 full meals and some rebels are even joking around. Some people are even joking nga mas maayo pa kuno mahostage, makakaon pa daw sila ug tarong kaysa moadto sa evacuation area.

    We don't hear or see these things from the media kay ang mga media mismo di makasulod sa mga affected areas.

    Summing everything up, it's just so sad knowing that hundreds of thousands of people has to suffer just because of the greed of the few. But well, karma has its time.
    Last edited by makie29; 09-18-2013 at 04:56 PM.

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