EDSA: 20 years after....

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A monument to the Filipino's struggle for freedom two decades ago. One can only wonder if the ideals it represents still exist today.

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The most sought after piece of real estate in Philippine politics. He who has EDSA has MalacaƱang. That's why President Arroyo doesn't intend on yielding it, come hell or high water.

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How ironic is it that the center of People Power twenty years ago is now off limits to those who wish to exercise their right to peaceable assembly? These police officers stand vigilant, ready to disperse any demonstrators who may insist on exercising this fundamental right.

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"if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land." - 2 Chronicles 7:14

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These shields still bear the scars of yesterday's violent dispersal of those who seek the ouster of President Arroyo.

Note:

All photos were taken this afternoon using a Nokia camera phone.

Comments

You really took time out to shoot those pics, great shots pare...

Now the question is... what's next? Oh well, we'll continue blogging as long as they don't muzzle us.
Ronald Allan said…
Thanks guy. I was actually shopping in Galeria with my son, might as well have a look see. :-)

Question is, can they?
evi said…
there's nothing really to celebrate about. it's a waste of time.

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