Friends, netizens, students, senior citizens, OFWs, PWDs, newsmakers, breadwinners, lovers and all you taxpayers! We may not have a Martin Luther King here today in this dark and cloudy and mucky Luneta grounds. But we have just sent a clear message to those who haven’t been paying attention: we, the Filipino people, are going to be wide-awake; to be on the ball; to be waiting on. We will be vigilant. Because it doesn’t end here.
August 26, 2013 Quirino Grandstand grounds, Luneta. The rise of the taxpayers.
A company messenger, a minimum-wage earner sends his message at the top of his lungs.
V — just another face in the crowd
LIKE A BOSS. An amazing lifelike effigy of national hero Jose Rizal
Poet Vim Nadera and a genuine porky mask
Mae Paner aka Juan Change, foremost political activist, wowing the crowd.
Those who believe money can do everything are prepared to do everything for money.
The mucky Luneta grounds ala Battle of Passchendaele
We, the poor Filipino people, never have anything except ideals
Former Justice Renato Corona probably presumed that the enemies of his enemies are his friends. It’s not that automatic always. Photo shows a lady staving off Corona hecklers at bay.
Punks not dead
Rocked Philippines’ Gang Badoy in a Conchita Carpio-Morales supportive shirt.
I can’t believe the news today, I can’t close my eyes and make it go away..♫