Posted by: pakshet101 | Wednesday, November 14, 2007

potential collateral damage

After last night’s bombing in the Batasang Pambansa complex which killed two people, among others Basilan Rep. Wahab Akbar (a pro-administration lawmaker), and injured 11 others, amongst them two lawmakers, a cloud of doubt has finally risen as to who should be blamed for the incident.  According to some sources, it was the responsibility of the Abu Sayyaf Group (or yet their minions, as they had Akbar as its target), while most believe that it is the ploy of the sinister Glueria Arrovo government which is to condition the minds of the people for yet another emergency rule or state of emergency or worse Martial Law which it really wanted to do for a long time to suppress the elements opposing it.  But yet as of this writing there’s still no definite believable answer as to who’s behind this dastardly act.

After doing a swooping blog patrol, which I incidentally did to kill some idle time brought about by the outrageously-long avail time, I chanced on some of the comments made which IMHO are believable ands are highly credible (call me biased for all you want but if one digs deeper you’ll know why these comments may have credence).  Also considering the timing of the bombing which is less than a month after the Glorietta 2 blasts which killed 11 on October 19th and which case strill totally unresolved to the people’s satisfaction till the present.

Here are some of the comments as posted in the website of journalist Ellen Tordesillas:

dandaw Says: November 14th, 2007 at 12:46 am

11/13/07
Better believe it is a prelude to Martial Law. Ala Pakistan, ala Venezuela. Of all the bombs blasting in Pinas only the opposition get blasted? That airhead pandak knows how to blast. I tell you RESIGN NOW WHILE THERE IS STILL TIME. Hitler, with all his pride and power did not amount to a hell of beans.

doubting winston Says: November 14th, 2007 at 2:12 am

Prelude to emergency rule..
is this part of the deal with JDV and Ramos (US/CIA)?

@ dandaw, is there a Martial Law in Venezuela?

parasabayan Says: November 14th, 2007 at 2:32 am

Isn’t this Akbar the one of tiyanak’s “chosen” in Mindanao? One of the “lords”. What lawlessness…a string of comelec officers deaths and now it is elevated to congress! Hindi pa itinuloy hanggang sa kataas taasan para matapos na ang labanan. Unlike Marianette’s and Saguisag’s wife’s deaths where I was touched, on this one I only have this to say…crime finally caught up with the villains. If the tiyanak and her generals did not do this horrible crime, she hsould be trembling now because the wrath of the people can not be stopped!

parasabayan Says: November 14th, 2007 at 3:41 am

May this incident wake up the “whores” of the Bastusang Pambansa that the more they keep protecting the tiyank, the more incidents like these will happen. Let the impeachment complaint, even without form push through so this evil “surot” will be taken out from her throne. This time, they took their own man’s life-Akbar! This should be a cue to the tiyanak’s loyal dogs that their mistress can not protect them all. They should therefore follow their conscience and do the right thing- TAKE THE “SUROT” OUT NOW!

parasabayan Says: November 14th, 2007 at 3:43 am

I am not happy to see a life lost but for the country, I am happy to see one traitor gone for good-that of Akbar! My condolences to those whose lives were taken by this horrible bombing. For the critical ones, may you get well soon!

Yuko Says: November 14th, 2007 at 3:25 am

Akbar, the suicide bomber? He could have been part of the scheme but I doubt if he intended to be a victim himself! Hindi naman siya Al Qaeda, but Al Pidal!!!😀

BOB Says: November 14th, 2007 at 5:58 am

Maaaring ang mga NPA o abu sayaf ay kakampi na nang mga tao at ang mga sundalo natin na under kay assperon ay ang mga terrorist…di ba ? kaya hostage tayo ni assperon ngayon at inililigtas na tayo nang mga NPA…

Judging from these comments I’ve read as well as my personal inferences, sounds like with the government more than being suspects in this, it’s like we’re all headed into some collateral damage, aren’t we?  For as long as the Glueria is around and still is the toughie of the nation (read: makapal ang mukha).

 


Responses

  1. nakatira ako sa isang village malapit sa congress, at narinig ko ang napakalakas na pagsabog na yan!! may hinala din ako ng pakana ng malakanyang yan! nakakatakot na ang bansa natin ngayon?? pano uunlad ang ekonomiya?

  2. ling-ling — Malakas pala ang dating ng pambobombang yan maski senyo — oh so. What the heck if happening with our government? With that oh-so-powerful blast, it’s making me think that they’re suspects as well! But for as long as wala pang conclusive findings, it’s still safe to assume that it’s a terrorist act.

    And with our government…oh yeah it’s a hopeless case. Hanggat andyan si Misis Arrovo (read: magnanakaw), hindi aangat ang bansa natin. Kahit pa ipamarali pa nya na strongest-performing currency ang piso ngayon…


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