To mark the 50th anniversary of the declaration and imposition of martial law over the while country, MALAYA Canada will host the ML@50 whole day event on September 16th, 2022 Friday 9am to 6pm. The theme of the event is Tuloy ang Laban! Makibaka, Huwag Matakot!
Sign on to Malaya Movement in Canada’s declaration of our righteous anger and rejection of the results of the Philippine national elections. The recent polls have been described as the dirtiest in the history of Philippine elections– one marred with fraud and irregularities, with over a thousand defective vote-counting machines (VCMs) in the voting precincts, widespread and systematic use of disinformation, fake news, intimidation, red tagging, blatant vote buying, and voter disenfranchisement.
There should be no doubt that the Filipino people have chosen Robredo and Pangilinan. Marcos and Duterte have relied on their control of the Supreme Court and the Commission on Elections, stacked as these are by the appointees of their fathers; the systematic rewriting of textbooks to falsify history and whitewash the crimes of the Marcoses; defective vote counting machines supplied by a Duterte crony; an army of social media trolls they’ve financed; voter disenfranchisement, vote buying, and intimidation; to engineer a massive operation “dagdag-bawas” (add-substract) to frustrate the will of the Filipino people and steal the elections.
Malaya Canada, an alliance of patriotic Filipinos in Canada, welcomes the revelation by Commission on Elections (Comelec) Commissioner Rowena Guanzon that she voted to disqualify Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr., (BBM) from running for the Presidency of the Philippines because of moral turpitude.
We, Malaya Canada, call on all people of good will, to frustrate the political machinations of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr., Sara Duterte, and Rodrigo Duterte.
Atty. Neri Colmenares, Bayan Muna Chairperson and senatorial candidate for the 2022 Philippine elections, needs your help to reach 100,000 subscribers on YouTube! Due to the latest Commission on Election (COMELEC) rules, candidates need at least 100 thousand subscribers to be verified and allowed to run political ads and campaign materials on YouTube. This rule disadvantages candidates like Neri who cannot afford expensive TV ads and who rely on social media and alternative media to campaign.