Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Calibrated Preemptive Response

Here's to the FOOLS inside the Arroyo Admin.....

The INQ7.NET headlines as of today, 7:55 am read:

SC rules Palace ban on rallies is illegal
Decision is unanimous: 13-0

BAGUIO CITY--IN A second major blow to President Macapagal-Arroyo, the Supreme Court yesterday declared unconstitutional her policy allowing police to break up antigovernment rallies held without permits.

"The so-called calibrated preemptive response (CPR) policy has no place in our legal firmament and must be struck down as a darkness that shrouds freedom," the high court said in its 13-0 decision.

"It merely confuses our people and is used by some police agents to justify abuses"....

Thursday, April 20, 2006


The broadsheet headlines read: "Some EO 464 Provisions Unconstitutional, Rules SC"

Will this finally turn the tables on the "sanitized" Mayuga Report?

There's no stopping the Senate now from inviting Government and Military officials to testify in the effort to let the truth be known.

A salute to the Supreme Court for this ruling. The taxpayers deserve their money's worth in knowing what is really true.

Let us pray that the truth will finally come out and set the record straight once and for all.