Unleash a surge of protest to hold the US-Aquino regime accountable [ANG BAYAN, 07 February 2014]

Ang Bayan
February 10, 2014






More than two months after supertyphoon Yolanda’s rising seas and howling winds laid waste to the lives and livelihoods of millions of people across vast areas of the Visayas, it is now the people’s turn to surge in anger and protest against the Aquino regime’s criminal negligence and extreme incompetence.

On January 25, the collective footsteps of up to 12,000 victims of typhoon Yolanda thundered through Tacloban’s main thoroughfare. Like single waves gathering to create a powerful ocean tide, the people’s mass movement vigorously bared the people’s real conditions and cried for an end to the ruling regime that persists in stifling the reality of widespread devastation, poverty and hunger.