Interesting reads today are Marit Stinus-Remonde on whether communist rebels are terrorists or merely bandits; Tony Abaya and his pointers on how not to go about trying to topple a government; Dong Puno on what he sees as conflicting views within the administration as to how to accomplish charter change; Alex Magno bewailing the mistrust people have for the anti-terror bill:
Eid Kabalu, spokesman of the MILF, recently admitted that the Indonesian bombing experts responsible for the latest Bali attacks are hiding out, not in Mindanao, but in Manila. Are we waiting for another strike at the LRT or another bus blast in Makati before we finally decide to take the bull by the horns?
Fine, but what will a bill pending before Congress do to address such a danger? If found, these people will have to be arrested under present laws.
Finally, we bloggers have to stick together. I’ve signed the petition for Martyn See, who is in trouble not for blogging, but for trying to make a documentary film. Read the petition to the Singapore government here.
Any Pinoy bloggers in Washington, D.C.? Let me know.