October 30, 2008



“They’re just disgruntled because they’re caught violating the traffic regulations and were fined.”

This was how SPO3 Hermes Bastasa, in charge of the Dipolog PNP traffic division reacted when motorists charged him and his men of “kotong” or “pangilkil.”

Drivers who refused to be identified have recently accused SPO3 Bastasa and his group of extracting money from them in exchange of their non-payment of their violations, in full.

The drivers who were allegedly victims of said ‘kotong’ sent a text message to Mr. Kasayuran, a radio DXFL Program which is popular for receiving complaints against erring public officials.

Dipolog PNP traffic division deny ‘Kotong’ charges.

“They just want to destroy our name,” the traffic officer commented, challenging them to file a complaint against them if they were really doing wrong.

“Why don’t they report to the proper authorities if we were really doing what they were claiming?” SPO3 Bastasa sadly asked, “why would they end up in the media?” he added.

He challenged the drivers or any motorists who were allegedly victimized by his group to report to the NAPOLCOM or National Police Commission, People’s Law Enforcement Board, the Prosecutor’s Office or any government agency.

It was learned that the traffic enforcement division were basing their action on the city Ordinance No. 107, series of 1996 which strictly urged all motorists to wear helmets of all times and the recent LTO Administrative Order which imposed a fine of P1,500 for not wearing helmet while driving.

Moreover, any driver is no longer allowed to wear slippers when driving and even back-riders are asked to wear helmets as well.

Each violation carries a corresponding penalty, which to many drivers are heavy to their pockets. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


 Habal-habal: doomed?

The legitimate tricycle operators and drivers of Dipolog City protested over the operation of habal-habal which they claimed as “taking away” their daily income.

It was learned that Galas Councilor Fredo Cuenca, president of GASIDOA called for the strict implementation of traffic regulations which will ultimately expel the vehicles from the road.

Cuenca pointed out that habal-habals, together with motorcycles without any franchises have always been keenly competing with them who are legitimate franchise holders.

Habal-habals shall only be allowed to operate outside the city proper area where motorcab franchise holders could no longer reach.

He sadly narrated that the vehicles in questioned were always combing the road during dawn, leaving them no passengers at all.

“…and how much do we earn?” Cuenca bitterly asked, outlining the bigger earning which have been flowing into illegitimate transport vehicles.

On the other hand, Dipolog City Mayor Evelyn Uy was reportedly in favor of the suggestion of legitimate motorcab operators.

However, she suggested that habal-habals shall be allowed to operate outside the city proper area only where motorcab franchise holders could no longer reach. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


Railway system includes Dipolog-Ozamiz route

The Mindanao Railway System project could have left out the Zamboanga Peninsula region during its earlier plan, but DOTC undersecretary Virgilio Leyretana, Sr. brought big smiles to the officials when he announced its recent inclusion during the Mindanao Economic Development Council Meeting recently.

Earlier, Gov. Rolando Yebes was saddened to know that the railway system was up to Iligan City.

However, during the MEDCO gathering at Tandag City, Surigao del Sur, undersecretary Leyretana assured the possibility of including the Dipolog-Ozamiz route since it could surely pass the elevation standard.

He pointed out that the route does not have any tall mountains which could hinder the construction of train tracks.

It was learned that the governor had to travel 15 hours by land in going to Tandag City so that he could have first-hand experience of road travel and he could personally request for the inclusion of the ZamPen region in the railway project. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


 Rotary Youth Activities Week

The Provincial Governor of the Province of Zamboanga del Norte, Gov. Rolando E. Yebes, proclaimed recently, Proclamation No. 108-01, proclaiming October 20 to 24, 2008 as the Rotary’s Annual Youth Activities that will formally kick-off on Monday, October 20, 2008. Thirty two Young Student Leaders from the different Secondary Schools of the Province will be installed and will serve as Provincial Youth Officials during the culmination.

Among the chosen and screened Youth Leaders, Ryan Victor Miranda of Zamboanga del Norte National High School will serve as the Provincial Youth Governor, and Charrise Marie Olvis of Saint Vincent’s College – Basic Education Campus as Provincial Youth Vice-Governor. Thirty other Youth leaders will be assigned in the different provincial offices such as the Sangguniang Panlalawigan as Board Members, Provincial Administrator, Provincial Attorney, Treasurer, Budget Officer, Agriculture and many others.

The Rotary Club of Dipolog through the able leadership of its President, Rosemarie Dublin, expressed its heartfelt thanks to the Provincial Government in recognizing its vital role in inculcating in the youth the ideals of patriotism and nationalism, and encouraging their involvement in public and civic affairs as well as programs to uplift the quality of life of the people of Zamboanga del Norte.

The project chairman, PP Uldarico “Ric B. Mejorada I, who is also the former Board Members of the 2nd District f Zamboanga del Norte, is assisted by the Interact and Rotaract Club of Dipolog. Both clubs are sponsored by the Rotary Club of Dipolog and are youth organizations recognized worldwide.

According to PP Ric Mejorada I, this project started during the presidency of Att. Alberto Concha, Sr. which was in 1980. Since then, this has been an annual event for the club. (The New Nandau, Vol. XVIII No.12)


BSP urban jamboree opens

The first Boy Scout of the Philippines urban jamboree opened on Thursday, October 23 and will end on October 27 at the ZaNorte Sports Complex and the demolished cultural and sports center.

Provincial Tourism Officer Atty. Ivan Patrick Ang who is also the camp director disclosed that Col. Romulo Bambao, commanding officer of the 101st Infantry Brigade was the guest speaker during its opening day with the brigade showing their Static Display Drill as the opening day highlight.

About 3,500 boy scouts from all areas of the province and the cities of Dipolog and Dapitan attended the camp.

The first Urban Jamboree of the Boy Scout of the Philippines opened last Thursday, October 23 and will end on October 27. Photo shows ZaNorte Government headed by Gov. Roland Yebes in an all out support to the event.

Although the camp was held in the city this time, Asst. Camp Director Sergio Lirasan pointed out there are still survival challenges that the boys have to undergo because this has always been an integral part of BSP training.

Moreover, the assistant director reasoned that the camp held in the city will also provide the boy scouts from far-flung areas a glimpse of city life where they learn to obey traffic rules and regulations and experience some amenities in the city.

Meanwhile, urban jamboree coordinator Roy Garbonera cautioned Dipolognons that the boys would be flocking into the very busy streets of the city this week since he had organized a Jamborace, similar to the Amazing Race popularized on television.

BSP Secretary General Jose Pangilinan has been expected to grace the closing of the jamboree. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)




CALAPAN CITY, Oriental Mindoro – President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo underscored today the importance of peace in the attainment of economic development throughout the country.

In Filipino, she said: “Ang kapayapaan ay katuwang ng kaunlaran.

Addressing the closing ceremony of the two-day Local and Peace Security Assembly (LPSA) for the MIMAROPA region Thursday (Oct. 16) at the convention center of the Filipiniana Hotel and Resort here, the President said peace and security must be maintained at all times to ensure the continuity of progress and development of the country.

“Higit na kailangan ngayon ang seguridad at kapayapaan. I am optimistic about peace and security in MIMAROPA (Mindoro Oriental, Mindoro Occidental, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan). Let us work to bring economic opportunities and human dignity to every Filipino man, woman and child,” she added.

The President reiterated that the new premise on the peace process focuses on negotiating through authentic dialogues with the people in the communities.

She explained that these dialogues with the communities “will be centered on ending all forms of armed rebellion in the country.”

“By talking directly with the people, we aim to generate a national consensus against armed struggle as a means of achieving political and social change,” she said, noting that disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) is now the framework of the national government peace efforts with the armed groups.

She added that DDR, particularly the close involvement of the communities, will make all armed groups accountable to the people and the government for all their actions.

“DDR, as espoused by the communities, will be a notice to armed groups of their rejection of armed struggle; and a way of showing that the force of arms does not entitle them to represent our people,” she added.

She also expressed her optimism about the future and hope for the nation as reflected in the resiliency of the Filipino people to cope with the challenges brought about by the impact of the US financial crunch.

“We will make sure our government is vigilant in bringing government services to the people. It is important that your government work for you; that you can expect government to deliver the services you deserve,” the President said.(PIA-ZN)


2 Yebes resolutions get MEDCO nod

Two separate resolutions presented by Gov. Rolando Yebes during the Mindanao Economic Development Council Meeting at Tandag City, Surigao de Sur were recently approved.

The first resolution called upon the Department of Transportation and Communications, the Civil Aviation Authority and Department of Justice the possibility of placing airport passenger terminal buildings under private management or local government management.

The governor informed the council the province of Zamboanga del Norte shows an interest in putting up its own passenger terminal building and managing it.

Although the Civil Aviation Authority expressed their doubt as to is possibility, undersecretary Virgilio Leyretana considered it an innovation and urged the CAA to study it.

The second resolution also called upon the Philippine Ports Authority to strictly coordinate with the local governments on any projects they have to undertake.

During the MEDCO conference, the PPA had confirmed that the Pulauan Port at Dapitan City is now Port Management Office effective October 5 this year and Atty. Roger Asprer its port manager.  However, PPA disclosed that the tree-storey passenger terminal building is “still in the drawing board” and could not yet specify when it will be finally constructed. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)



President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is expected to mount a strong advocacy for global peace, justice and human dignity whean she attends on Friday the inaugural ceremony of the 7th Assembly of the Asian Conference of Religions for Peace (ACRP) at the Medicine Auditorium of the University of Santo Tomas.

The 7th assembly of the ACRP, scheduled from Oct. 17 to 21, will be attended by more than 300 delegates from some 30 countries, including China and North Korea.

The Dominican-run UST and the Interreligious Dialogue Commission of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) are co-sponsoring the gathering.

Founded in Singapore in 1976, the ACRP seeks to promote understanding among various religions in Asia, and to build peace, justice and human dignity through cooperation.

The regional affiliate of the World Conference of Religions for Peace, the ACRP also seeks to blend spiritual values with social action, inspired by people such as Blessed Teresa of Calcutta and Mahatma Gandhi, the father of India, said Reverend Katsuji Suzuki, ACRP associate secretary general.

The theme of the conference is “Peacemaking in Asia.”

A declaration and a list of concrete group actions toward peace are expected to be the output of the five-day conference.(PIA-ZN)

PTO to develop Adventour 

The Provincial Tourism Office and the ZaNorte Environment Management Office (ZANEMO) have recently conceived Adventure tourism as a new way of attracting tourists to the province.

Atty. Jes Gal Sarmiento, Jr., chief of the ZANEMO disclosed that Asian and European tourists are now looking into some adventures aside from just visiting historical places and resorts.

He pointed out that tourists thirst for adventures which they have not experienced back home like getting inside caves.

With many potential areas already identified, both ZANEMO and PTO were confident to really sell the province to the foreigners. Tourism Officer Atty, Ivan Patrick Ang identified Diwan of Dipolog City as eco-tourism and adventure destination and Katipunan for its falls and caves. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


Capitol to protect FIDA settlers

Now that the authorities of Fiber Industry Development Authority have returned the 100-hectare area to the province, illegal settlers inside the property at Kalawit, Z.N. were still assured of their stay inside the public property.

It as learned that a great number of farmers have been tilling the land for so long a time and that the turnover of the land created quite a stir among them for fear of being driven away.

However, Gov. Rolando Yebes recently told settlers they could still stay and use the land.

The land is adjacent to the Pagkain ng Bayan and Philippine Carabao Center.

It was learned that the governor was planning to put up the bio-mix organic fertilizer plant in the area since FIDA will only use 10-hectare area.

Like his plans for the farmers in San Pedro, Godod, the governor also ordered for the complete ownership of the farmers of the land they have tilled all these years. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


3 contractors to bid for ZSC

Gov. Rolando Yebes recently disclosed that there had already been three building contractors who showed interest in the proposed P200M ZaNorte Sports Center.

In a recent interview, he suggested to the bidders to use the P10M worth of posts, which were already constructed during the administration of former Gov. Isagani Amatong for his proposed performing arts Center.

Using the same site, the governor appropriated P100M to start the project by the first quarter of 2009.

The sports complex designed to seat 6,000 people will rise in the old site of the demolished ZN cultural and Sports Center.

However, the identity of the three contractors has not yet been disclosed. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54


Cong. Labadlabad reaffirms ‘zero corruption’ governance

As Cong. Rosendo ‘Dodoy’ Labadlabad of the 2nd Congressional District turned over several infrastructure projects recently, he stressed once more that he has always been for ‘graft free’ projects and ‘zero corruption’ policy.

“I will not mess my hands with money that belong to the people,” the Congressman said, stressing strongly that he could not afford to waste the money that have been entrusted to his care.

Some projects completed and already turned over to the concerned recipients included 2-classroom school buildings amounting to P450T each, covered courts, drainage system and river control. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


Elected officials banned from casinos

Off limits!

Now that the opening of the casino at Dakak Park and Beach Resort is nearing, Gov. Rolando Yebes reminded all elected public officials that the law strictly prohibits them from the area or any casino area in the country.

The governor disclosed that PAGCOR which manage the casino will strictly impose the ban on the elected officials.

In answer to the fears expressed by several concerned sectors, he called upon the church and other organizations to help him check the presence of these “gambling” officials.

It was learned that a mayor in the 2nd congressional district has already been identified to be visiting Cebu always to play in the casino.  The official’s action allegedly crippled the treasury of the municipality.

“I would like to stress that the casino is for tourists, not elected public officials,” the governor said. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


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Atty. Abarquez: “Wala ko mi-hit and run”

Dili tinuod ang akusasyon nga adunay hit and run nga nahitabo sa dihang nadasmagan ang motorsiklo nga gisakyan ni Jose Alquizar Escuadro, 61 anyos didto sa Disud, Sindangan nga maoy hinungdan sa iyang hinanaling kamatayon.

Kasong “Reckless Imprudence Resulting to Homicide” ang gipasaka batok nila ni Atty. Prime Abarquez ug ni Harold Abarquez.

Kini ang reaksiyon ni Atty. Prime Abarquez sa dihang niadtung miaging adlaw usa ka press conference ang gipatawag didto sa Camila Hotel 1 uban sa kabanay sa biktima nga mitumbok sa kanhi bokal sa segundo distrito nga wala magpakabana sa iyang obligasyon pagtabang sa dihang nakutloan sa iyang kinabuhi ang biktima.



Scenes from the recently concluded 6th ZaNorte Urban Scout Jamboree held here in the city of Dipolog.



 The Turning Point
Edwin G. Bernido
Confident on the Good Shepherd Guidance

While Psalm 23 is familiar to most of us, upon reflection we realize how little most of us know about shepherds and their sheep.  In Psalms 23:1-4, says, the Lord is my shepherd, I shall not be in want.  He makes me lie down in green pastures, He leads me beside quiet waters, He restores my soul.  He guides me in paths of righteousness for his namesake.  Even though I walk through the valley of the Shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me, your rod and your staff, they comfort me.

This is how Kid David, has described Him as a Good Shepherd, even the ultimate Good Shepherd.  It is God who is the Good Shepherd in Ezekiel 34.  God also criticized human shepherds for failing to do their jobs well and even for abandoning His sheep.  God, however, would take the initiative to protect His sheep.

God is Lord of the universe, but He cares for His people individually.  As our Good Shepherd, God gives us everything we need.  This Psalm does not promise that God will fulfill our every wish, since some of those wishes might be selfish, contrary to God’s will for our life, or simply unnecessary.  Its true He often showers us with blessings beyond those wishes of ours.  But these blessings represent His generosity and grace, not fulfillment of His promise to meet our needs.  Read Matthew 6:30-33, which says, if that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today and tomorrow, is thrown into the fire, will be not much more clothe you, o you of little faith?  So do not worry, saying, what shall we eat?  Or what shall we drink?  Or what shall we wear?  For the Pagans run after all these things and your heavenly Father knows that you need them.  But seek first His Kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.

Down to the smallest detail, God is concerned about every aspect of our lives, and he meets our needs on every level.  God also directs us in the path of righteousness.  God has revealed His Divine Road map for our lives in His word, for it reveals His will, not about everything but about enough to give us clear direction in most areas.


Spill over, at times, God fills our cup full and running over, not so we can boast or measure, but so we can spill over into the lives of others.  God Bless to all! (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


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KA IKING REPORTS (016) October 30, 2008

International organizations are now saying that the Philippines should not hinge its economic future on the assumption that the policy to deploy overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) will continue, as if forever. Some economic experts are saying that strictly speaking, the remittance of OFWs could not be considered as revenues for the national treasury, because these are merely cash flows that go into the national money stream.

Economists are also saying that developing countries should not hinge their economic futures on customs revenues, and should instead work towards increasing their export revenues. This thinking makes a lot of sense, in view of the reality that eventually, tariffs will be removed and will no longer be a source of national revenues. In this connection, should the Philippines consider OFW remittances as export revenues? I say no, because as far as I can remember, human beings are not supposed to be part of the commerce of man.

As I interviewed Ms. Deanne Hernandez in KA IKING LIVE, I found out from her that the prospective revenues from about a million foreigners retiring in the Philippines could equal the total volume of remittances that is now sent in by about ten million overseas Filipinos. No, I am not saying that we should substitute OFW remittances for retiree incomes. I am just saying that we should look for other ways to create new wealth for our country.

I also interviewed Per’Tua inventor John Simon in KA IKING LIVE, and he told me that the income from locally produced motor oils and blended diesel fuels could potentially earn at least ten times more than the remittances that we are now getting from OFWs.

Deanne is a human resource expert who now serves as a consultant to the Philippine Retirement Authority. I gather from my interview with her that projections of incomes from retirees does not yet include the prospective incomes from medical tourism in general and the wellness industry in particular, being one of the popular tourist come “attractions” now.

John on the other hand is a Filipino engineer who honed his knowledge of motor oils and diesel fuels in the United States, having worked for the Exxon Company there for many years. I am proud to say that he was also a member of the Science and Technology Advisory Council (STAC), the volunteer organization of foreign based Filipino scientists and engineers that I managed during my Foreign Service days.

One thing unique about John is that he already holds a US patent for his product, and the product is already distributed and used there for both automotive and airline applications. Basically, Per’Tua is a motor oil additive that has the capability of treating the metal inside the engine, in such a way that it would have a permanent lubricant lining.

The potential of Per’Tua in creating new wealth for the country is already mind boggling in itself, but what is really earth shaking is that John is now producing a 100% synthetic motor oil that equals if not surpasses the properties of petroleum based oils. What this means is that the Philippines could now potentially be an oil producing and an oil exporting country.

Aside from creating new wealth for the country, the synthetic motor fuels are also good for the environment, because it eliminates the need to extract oil from the natural deposits of the earth. As an aside, I believe in the theory of Erdy Evangelista, another Filipino inventor who says that global warming is partly due to the fact that the fossil oil deposits are actually the natural coolants of the earth.

The synthetic motor oils of John are also 100% biodegradable, and will not harm the soil or the water deposits in the event that these are released to the ground. Speaking of Erdy, he is the inventor of AeroNox, a fuel saving device that is now also distribute and used in the US. I am using this product myself, and I attest to it fuel saving effects.

Can you imagine what would happen if both Per’Tua and AeroNox are embraced by the whole world? The production potentials of these two products are practically infinite, and we could keep producing these two winners forever, ensuring a perpetual source of revenue for our country now and for the future. Perhaps we could even become a global power!

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Recycled Rebels

NFA decides to buy farmers palay at P11.00 per kilo to P17.00 per kilo.

They can’t buy a single kilo this time, all the farmers produce are already at the trader’s hand.

Ayha pa mopalit kung wala nay baligya.


Senate should go into the bottom of the P7M cash advance as claimed by comptroller de la Paz. While our people are suffering and are belt tightening we easily see simple spectacle of high ranking police officials wasting people’s money unaccounted.

While our foot soldiers and policemen are dying in the frontline because of their old firearms and defective bullets, their bosses easily used that money for foreign trips.

No wonder, our Dipolog PNP has to beg from Tsinoy businessmen for their hand-set communities and later as compromise for their own anti-crime campaign.


Government to pay P50.00 for each armalite rifle surrendered by rebels. It’s an easy money by the AFP, they easily recycle it by tampering the serial number. It’s a form of livelihood too for rebels. It did happen during Marcos time.


A cousin who is a government employee from Ozamiz got the surprise of her life last Friday when told by GSIS staff here that he has an existing loan with them which remain unpaid.

“Never in my life that I secure a loan from GSIS” she swears.

If these things happen to her, it can happen to anyone of us. Please check.


Last week, I wrote about government vehicles being used for personal or family purposes but occasionally they can also be for “Official Use Also”.

Immediately thereafter, I received a text and run as follows:

USA: Stealing is against the law.

England: Foreigners who steal will be deported.

Saudi: Steal or your hand will be cut off.

Philippines: Stealing is for “Official Use Only”. (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


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Press Freedom Editorial
Spare no one

Motorists who were recently apprehended by the Traffic Management Group and traffic authorities for violating traffic regulations have been wailing over the apparent favoritism of the apprehending officials.

While those who claimed they did not have the “K” in the country got caught and fined, those who belong to the rich and famous could easily get away with the law.

Now that the casino will soon open at Dakak Park and Resort, Gov. Rolando Yebes issued a stern warning against the presence of all provincial elected public officials in the area.

The ban spares no one, we hope.

This could not be something like the helmet or the slipper regulation, we hope again.

If all elected public officials are forbidden by law, then it is hoped that everybody should be considered.

Regardless of his political affiliation, whether he is or he is not a kapamilya or kapuso; regardless of the volume of support he has extended to the governor during the last elections;

regardless of how much utang na loob the governor owed the public officials caught at the casino;

regardless of the assurance of a rosy political future.

How about it, Mr. Governor? (Press Freedom, Vol. XX No. 54)


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