KAKAMPI MO ANG BATAS: Did PNoy & Comelec cheat in 2010, 2013? PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 04 October 2014 13:28

BY Atty. BATAS MAURICIO

 

LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people…” (Romans 1:18, the Holy Bible).

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DID PNOY & COMELEC CHEAT IN 2010, 2013? Was President Aquino honestly elected in 2010? Were his candidates for senator in 2013, under the banner of the Liberal Party, honestly elected, too? Or were they able to get their positions only through cheating, by a “thoroughly corrupted and debased” Automated Election System under the direction of the Commission on Elections (Comelec)?

I am sure the President and the senators who ran under his Liberal Party last 2013, and the Comelec as well, will furiously deny that they cheated in any way, but truthful answers are now being sought, equally furiously, by a group of socio-civic and spiritual leaders who met in Cebu City on October 01, 2014, under the leadership of the National Transformation Council.

The same group convened earlier in Lipa City, and, through a document they denominated the “Lipa City Declaration”, it called for the immediate resignation of President Aquino and the institution of a transition government from among men and women of proven integrity and worth. The Cebu City meeting constituted the second gathering of the group.

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RP MORAL & SPIRITUAL CRISES DEEPEN UNDER PNOY: For the sake of truth, I am reproducing here, in various installments, the Cebu Declaration, culled from media reports. Read on: “We note with great pain that while the moral and spiritual crisis and its political and economic effects continue to deepen, the national political leadership consistently failed to show the will or the capacity to respond to these ills in any appreciable measure.

“Aside from the grave problems which prompted the Lipa Assembly to call on the President to immediately step down, various new issues have since emerged… which the… administration has failed to adequately respond (to). These include… 1. The dire security situation created by the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria and the reported contacts between this extremist force and elements identified with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front… (which) could put the entire country in grave peril.

“2. The total failure, if not downright refusal, of the Aquino regime to comply with a direct order of the Supreme Court to file criminal charges against all the lawmakers and members of the executive department and the Commission on Audit who were involved in the grave misuse of the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) and the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), both of which the Court had unanimously declared unconstitutional.

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“MACHINE-MADE”, “DE FACTO” OFFICIALS: “3. The total absence of any official effort to reform the Automated Election System, which was thoroughly corrupted and debased by the Commission on Elections in its effort to produce `machine-made’ and `de facto’ high government officials during the 2010 presidential and the 2013 senatorial elections…

“4. The unprecedented yet unprosecuted and unpunished corruption in the top leadership of the Philippine National Police (PNP), which has thoroughly demoralized the PNP rank and file and substantially eroded public support for and confidence in the law enforcers.

“5. The arbitrary imposition of unreasonable taxes on the poor, including the smallest sari-sari store owners and sidewalk vendors, on the various professions and on all religious institutions, without any public hearing or accounting, ostensibly for the purpose of raising revenue to support government operations, but in effect feeding the politicians’ insatiable appetite for corruption…” More next issue…

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