Monthly Archives: January 2008

EDSA 2 Remembered

Jaywalker, Pedestrian Observer
January 16, 2007

I just got an invitation from Mong Palatino of mongster’s nest on a memorable or dishonorable event this weekened of January 19-20th, 2008 depending on how you feel about it.

Indeed, no one can deny that event

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such as this needed to be revisited otherwise we will never learn and as the saying goes your past determines who you are.

A noteworthy event that has Mike Arroyo bragging about the coup plot they hatched and one of the first order of business for the new president was the exciting meeting with Lucio Tan among the first “esteemed” guest to grace the palace ….. we know what happened next, splashed in the newspaper Tan’s woes was gone like a stroke of a magic wand.
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Edsa Dos

Ron Villegas, Goodbye Blue Monday
January 15, 2008

When I recieved a text message from a friend of mine calling for everyone and anyone to go to the streets of EDSA and join the crowd calling for the removal of then President Joseph Estrada in what would later be known as People Power II, I immediately turned off the TV, changed clothes and despite the pleas of my mother went out of the house, took a bus and got off in Ortigas.

That was me in EDSA II. Then again, that was were I would have been had I not been stuck in Pangasinan when history was made.

I was in second year High School in

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Pangasinan then, five hours away from Manila (the North Luzon Expressway was yet to be fixed). So, I was one of those who watched the events unfold from the comforts of my home, eating potato chips and exchanging gossip and news with my mom.

Nonetheless, that does not mean that EDSA Dos was just another event for me.

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Remembering People Power 2

Aileen Apolo, An Apple a Day
January 14, 2008

Bloggers Kapihan blog action for this week is about “Remembering People Power 2” and I thought I’d share my experience about it. I do remember People Power 1, I was a kid then and very much a supporter of the change in government. It was what was needed my parents explained to me. I remember collecting newspaper clippings and reading up about what was happening in my surroundings even though I didn’t exactly understand what was really happening. I remember it well coz classes were suspended for about a long time and that’s the time I learned how to ride a bike (all on my own). I also remember being one of the “flower girls” when former President Cory Aquino (she was still just a candidate then) visited our school (St. Scholastica’s College). I welcomed her in my school uniform with matching yellow-ribboned pigtails (now don’t go looking for a photo, I don’t have one). That was back in 1985… fast forward to 2001.

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Random Reflections on EDSA 2 (slightly updated)

Danny Arao, Rising Sun
January 14, 2008

N.B. – In observance of Bloggers Action Week organized by the Bloggers’ Kapihan crew, please find below a slightly revised version of an essay I wrote in 2004, the original version of which may be retrieved from http://www.librarylink.org.ph/featarticle.asp?articleid=54.

I must confess: While cause-oriented groups and concerned individuals were already at the EDSA Shrine, I spent the whole morning making revisions to my MA thesis proposal on January 19, 2001!

I was supposed to do it the night before (January 18), but I was unfortunately invited by IBC Channel 13 to appear in its special coverage of the impeachment trial. I also failed to finish it earlier since I had to prepare a yearend economic briefing paper I presented at the IBON Birdtalk on January 11. The days after saw media interviews left and right regarding the statements I made, particularly Estrada’s ouster as a prerequisite to economic recovery.

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Remembering People Power 2

Victor Villanueva, Bikoy.net
January 13, 2008

[Actually, hindi ako kasama noong People Power 2]. I am honestly ashamed to remember what I was doing during People Power 2, because I was exactly the type of person back then that I detest today–a prude conservative who refused to join the urban middle-class disruption that was brewing, even in our sheltered Ateneo High School. I honestly can’t stomach the things I’ve written in my “online journal” back then, hence they’re not available in my blog’s present archives.

Back then, it became quite fashionable among Ateneans to be joining all those walk-outs and indoor rallies. I refused to believe that my classmates, and most other rich kids in my high school for that matter, knew what they were doing, and I thought it was all just a fashionable lynch mob at the covered courts endorsed even by the entire faculty at

that time. I was confident that all along, my schoolmates simply thought it was so cool that we had faculty-endorsed free cuts.

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Bloggers’ Kapihan 3 invitation

Beterano ako ng EDSA2! Kita-kits tayo sa isang hapon ng kuwentuhan at kapihan kasama ang mga beterano ng People Power 2:

Bloggers’ Kapihan 3.0
Jan. 19, 2008, Saturday 2:00-5:00 pm
Kape Tasyo (Freedom Bar)
2/F Anonas Commercial Complex
#3 Anonas St., Project 3, Quezon City

To confirm your attendance, kindly post a comment or text

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Bloggers Action Week: Bloggers remember People Power 2

Kasama ako sa EDSA2!On the weekend of Jan. 19-20, we remember People Power 2.

Do you remember watching the rallies and the impeachment trial that was like a telenovela? Did you receive and forward jokes and the “Go 2 Edsa” message to all the people in your phonebook? Did you come to Edsa Shrine (or the public plazas nationwide) with your family, friends, schoolmates and officemates? Did you take photos? Did you make your own placards? Did you join the exciting march to Mendiola that signaled the victory for the uprising? Do you remember what you felt, and the big dreams and aspirations we all had for our country?

Mark your calendars:
Bloggers Kapihan 3.0 Event
Jan. 19, 2:00-5:00 pm
Kape Tasyo (Freedom Bar)
Anonas, Quezon City

Seven years — yes, seven years — have passed since the four days that redefined People Power culminated in the ouster of the president with the biggest electoral mandate in Philippine history and we in Bloggers Kapihan invite you to remember. Just answer these questions, post memorabilia like photos and videos. Simply put, we want you to act by picking up a pen or going to the computer to tell your story, your version of what happened on Jan. 16-20 and your dreams for the country.

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BLOG ACTION WEEK: Bloggers remember People Power 2

Kasama ako sa EDSA2!On the weekend of Jan. 19-20, we remember People Power 2.

Do you remember watching

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Mark your calendars:
Bloggers Kapihan 3.0 Event
Jan. 19, 2:00-5:00 pm
Kape Tasyo (Freedom Bar)
Anonas, Quezon City

Seven years — yes, seven years — have passed since the four days that redefined People Power culminated in the ouster of the president with the biggest electoral mandate in Philippine history and we in Bloggers Kapihan invite you to

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remember. Just answer these questions, post memorabilia like photos and videos. Simply put, we want you to act by picking up a pen or going to the computer to tell your story, your version of what happened on Jan. 16-20 and your dreams for the country.

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