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Alison Pereira
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Alison Pereira 3m
OMG please call for intervention.... Who will do it? The US , EU , UN? Will they send their armies? What can they do
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NTFELCAC 11h
Amid snowballing concerns on social media about the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020, one thing is clear -- this act was crafted to comply with the constitutional freedoms of the people while increasing the means to strengthen our national security ...
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j a n 10h
All major Filipinos celebs have already spoken against it. And yet, the is showing no sign of going away. This proves that the political power of these celebs is a mere mirage.
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Alison Pereira 7m
Replying to @3paAdvocate
The problem is, they feel if things are in place they will be insignificant... they can no longer make innuendos, subversive protest rallys, black propaganda, etc
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Teddy Herbosa MD 3h
Lacson: Rights groups were invited to work on anti-terror bill, but never showed up | ABS-CBN News
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Alison Pereira 11m
Replying to @QMotherGothel
No. He will ignore it.. And they will feel it. Lagi sila binanggit dati. Now, insignificant na
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Alison Pereira 12m
Change the system
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Alison Pereira 13m
Angel Locsin 😲
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KulasSr 14h
Replying to @tito_aryev @onilbong
Kulang, dapat meron pang Pari at Madre. Hehehe
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Alison Pereira 11h
Oo nga nman aktibista tapos nagiging NPA... Di na nga nman aktibista kasi ... full-time NPA na... Parang ganito 👇
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Alison Pereira 27m
Replying to @GavStrasburg
On socmed yes. I didn't watch TV patrol. Only saw it on 24oras
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Alison Pereira 10h
I know she is just kidding.
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Alison Pereira 10h
Did Catriona Gray and Anne Curtis Smith Yeusaff protest 6years ago? Maybe they can still ask to repeal the law now...
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Alison Pereira 10h
Replying to @trollsenemyno1
Hmmmm
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Jamie Alexandre Alonzo 14h
Mass gatherings are prohibited under the guidelines of the GCQ. They should be charged with violation of RA 11332 on Response to Notifiable Diseases, Epidemics, and Health Events of Public Health Concern; RA 11469 or the Bayanihan to Heal As One Act.
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MJ Quiambao-Reyes 12h
Di ba pwede mag-protesta nang di nami-mera o nang-aabala ng iba? 🙄😏🤨
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Benedict Exconde 12h
Replying to @TrabelMelkcas
Matagal nang requirement yan for travel from one province to another (e.g. Metro Manila to Laguna).
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Benedict Exconde 12h
According to Ian Cruz’s report on “24 Oras,” airports now require all passengers to present their travel passes from the Philippine National Police and medical certificates from their local government units before boarding the plane.
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Alison Pereira 11h
Senator Lacson said the concerns being raised by progressive and leftist groups as well as human rights advocates had been “adequately addressed” during the Committee on National Defense and Security public hearings.
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Roman Surtida 21h
"There are three volume books published by Cambridge comparing the anti-terrorism laws of countries worldwide and one of the most lenient laws is the Philippines’ Human Security Act..."
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