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MUNICIPALITY OF DANGLAS
Municipality of Danglas
Hon. Esther Bernos
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itneg nak_cel on September 30 2008 03:29:45
ni kabalbalo met gayam ta lupa ta agturay kantan danglas nga ilikon...ti la makunek a sapay koma a ta balo a lupa a ket balo nga wagas ta panagtulay..siyan nga tan man la kalkalayad ta agtulay ta maipatpatunpal kantan..aglalo no han umiso..ket balo a nga namnama ngalud kadatayo nga idanglas..smiley
emerson009 on October 01 2008 08:43:22
HI, KAKAILIAN NGA IDANGLAS KUMUSTA KAY AMIN AGLALO NI MAYOR BERNOS MY HEARTFELT CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU MADAME . I am pretty sure you 'll do a good job...nga pabaloen ta ili nga danglas..
kathy_azada on October 02 2008 03:04:16
mzta kntan ili tay a dnglas ita?sapay la koma ta agtultuloy ti pnag progreson ti ili a dnglas.ket sapay la koma anti ta mtungpal met din kalkalikaguman man mi nga inagaparan,din danum ta nrgat ta danum di ayan mi aglalo summer.awan ta makunek kat baro a mayora ta dnglas nlaing ta scholar nk kngkadi ta NCIP..God bless and mabuhay to all taga danlas!!!!!
emerson009 on October 02 2008 16:43:03
hi,mayor kumusta ka, my grandma is from danglas. CONGATULATIONS for a new mayor of danglas.dios ti agngina ta matulongam amin dagita kailian god bless from ema p.smiley
kathy_azada on December 12 2008 20:15:26
hi mzta kau amin a taga danglas..MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL..god bless
emerson009 on December 17 2008 09:44:12
JUST WANT TO GREET EVERYBODY...IN DANGLAS!!! HAVE A JOLLY HOLLYDAY AND HAVE A SAFE NEW YEAR,,, GOD BLESS EVERYONE!!!
danglasdotorg on January 06 2009 17:42:10
hello. Greetings. and please visit www.danglas.org thanks.
emerson009 on February 10 2009 13:09:24
it's the time of the year again!!!HAPPY TOWN FIESTA amin nga kakailian kantan danglas.Have a safe and peaceful celebration.GOD BLESS EVERYONE!!!!
itneg nak_cel on April 05 2009 03:18:24
kumustaek man kakailyan din project ta balo nga agturay di nagaparan nga danum nu kummaana?smileysapay koma ta nalpasen thank you...
cathy2161 on September 18 2009 11:36:01
Hi Mayor, I hope nga papintasem dayta municipal hall ta nagpintas ti municipal hall da di Luba.
banbantay on December 07 2009 20:52:58
NO IMPROVEMENT. NO DEVELOPMENT. AND NOW DEMOCRACY IS DEAD
procopio on March 26 2010 02:13:04
banbantay i beg to dis agree. theres indeed an improvment like for instance the newly constructed bernos farm located at barangay caupasan.. di met adda? Development is forthcoming as they promise but we dont know when. democracy abra or danglas for this matter is not a part of the philippines we dont have to speak with democracy.
procopio on March 26 2010 02:21:43
ta water system di met naggapo ti buwis ti tao dayta? Apay ngarud nga privitized metten di met laengen para maintenance na singiren da pagnegosyoan da metten.
procopio on April 07 2010 02:50:17
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procopio on April 12 2010 21:12:42
Bernoses contuinue lording La Paz and Danglas. These are the politicians of long time ago and seems who have mastered the art of local politics. Look they are unopposed because the people of Danglas are afraid to go against unpopular wisdom. kawawa naman ang mga anak ninyo parang pinutul na natin ang kanilang karapatang mamuhay. PERA, BARIL,TALINO lahat nito ay marami sa danglas, isa lang wala.... TURED... we must be brave enough to go against the bernoses mas marami tayo compared sa maga goons nila. let us bring back the place that is used to be.. LAND of the free.
procopio on April 12 2010 23:43:45
politicians are the lowest level government employee, the only qualifications required of them by law are literacy and residency. Let us remind them time and again of who are their real employers.... ( the TAX PAYERS)
kakadwa on April 21 2010 19:41:07
possible leaders for the Municipality of Danglas ELECTION 2013
NESTOR MASAOAY-
ATTY. SOTERRO ABBAGO
VIVENCIO BRINGAS
PINOY ABBOC
MONTEJO
ATTY. BESSAT OF NBI
WILFREDO HILADO
MAJOR NOEL PATARAY
FISCAL JULIUS ACNAM
PRODENCIO GALERA
MADISON VALERA
ANICETO ABAOAG
JOEL GAMMED
INSOY PATARAY
NESTOR BALAO-AS
kakadwa on April 21 2010 21:03:47
No to political dynasty and dirty old trapos...OUST THE BERSONES ON THE NEXT ELECTION.
kakadwa on April 21 2010 22:46:57
how about FLORA VELASCO
JUNIOR SEARES
kakadwa on April 21 2010 22:56:43
agkomentaryo kayo man ta kilatisen tayo no mayat daguitoy.....
procopio on April 23 2010 01:18:44
is this a survey? We will instead commission FALSE ASIA.....
procopio on April 23 2010 01:25:42
A good set of new leaders, perhaps they are not trapos. How about including EDIE BALIKBAYAN AREVALO. Atty. Abbago is no longer instrested, Atty. Bessat has no political ambition; Major Pataray a PMAyer is also a good choice, a humble gentleman.
kakadwa on April 25 2010 21:13:23
procopio rugian ta aglikom ti pundo para ken Major Pataray wenno sinno man nga makaitured nga mangsango kaguitoy pulpol nga politicos. PISO para sa pagbabago.

Slogan ng LADALAGA election 2010... Lahat panalo pag MANAKOT tayo... binutbuteng gayam daguitoy nakatugaw daguiti kayat na tumaray binantayan da diay munucipyo idi aldaw ti maudi nga panagfile ti kandidatura.
procopio on April 27 2010 00:48:45
Elections and violence in Abra by Glenford Leonillo
04/01/2010
A vicious cycle of violence, disempowerment and abuse of authority preserves violent elections in Abra, says PODER study. r32;r32;

“With 30 politicians dying in a span of eight years, there can be little doubt that election-related violence occurs in the province of Abra”.r32;

In a bid to bring into the national scene the issue of election-related violence (ERV) in the country, the Political Democracy and Reform (PODER) Program of the Ateneo School of Government presented last Wednesday the result of its study on Abra’s electoral violence to government agencies, civil society and the media.r32;r32;

RELATED STORIES:
• GMA 7's 24 Oras Newscast
• Newsbreak
• ABS-CBN News

“Election has become a reason for the reign of violence in some parts of the country. The Maguindanao Massacre that shocked the country a few months ago showed the grave danger election-related violence posts in human rights, democracy and development,” said Joy Aceron, PODER Director.

In 2007, Abra has been declared hotspot by the PNP and the COMELEC. Ten (10) out of its twenty-seven (27) towns are regular hotspots in the last three elections. For the past three elections, election-related violence in Abra constitute about 16% of the total national ERV killings in the country, the study revealed.r32;r32;

The study conducted from June 2009 to January 2010 pointed out the confluence of interrelated factors causing election-related violence in the province.

One, government institutions are not able to prevent violence. The study found that “some government institutions face constraints in resources and support that affect their capability organizationally”.

Two, the political history of Abra, as in many parts of the country, shows a trend of a few families dominating local politics. “The long years of stay in office by the same politicians or political family would have enabled them to establish networks in key institutions and working relationships with several government officials. These relationships could have evolved into a variety of relationships that could serve a variety of purposes,” said the study.r32;

Three, violence is further exacerbated by cultural factors. The 150-respondent survey conducted by the PODER Team who did the study in Abra from September 10 to 25, 2009 showed a certain likelihood of the people to subscribe to violence. The team found that the use of violence to deter violence is viewed as ‘normal’ by some politicians.

Trend in ERV incidents
Election-related violence in Abra became a regular occurrence in 1963 due to strong competition among political families or alliance of political families. The growing perks of being in public office fueled intense competition, which includes access to the central government.

The study observed that almost all those who were involved came from the same clan or long-time alliances that split up. Also, the winner-take-all electoral system seems to force actors to slug it out to win using any means possible.

The occurrence of ERV and its seeming increase and decrease coincide with the breaking/forming of alliances which either entrenches a political clan or dislodges the current dominant power, ushering the entry or dominance of an emerging or re-emerging clan. In Abra, incidents of killings and harassments would usually peak six (6) months before and after elections, the study noted.

Weak, captured institutions unable to prevent violence
The study reported that institutions such as the PNP, COMELEC, CHR and DILG are under-resourced for ERV prevention, which negatively affects their performance, pointing to procedural, not substantive outcomes being delivered by government institutions responsible for the prevention of ERV.

The findings also posit that these government institutions “or a part of them, are captured because of the same politicians’ or political families long hold to power.” r32;r32;Police personnel are placed in a Catch 22 situation if in case their local chief executive (LCE) issues an order which is against their call of duty. According to the study, this started when the authority over the PNP was transferred from the national to the local government. The military is also a ‘captured’ institution when they get recruited to serve the vested political ends of some politicians. Long years of stay in the area to fight insurgency demands working closely with local politicians; with little pay, they are led to serve politicians.

The incident on May 16-18, 2007 in Barangay Boayan, Boliney that killed seven personnel and wounding two others from a nine-man Army team allegedly happened, according to the study, because military men were tipped-off by their fellow military men who serve as “rats” to the then incumbent Governor.

The study also reported that by 2004, no ERV cases could be filed in the local courts because 17 out of 32 cases had no witnesses, of which 16 cases had unidentified suspects. The Judiciary has a dismal record in resolving ERV cases due mainly to lack of witnesses. The community no longer cooperates in the administration of justice.

Of the 15 cases filed in the judicial courts, 9 were dismissed prematurely while the rest are still unresolved. By 2007, of the 13 cases recorded by PNP, only 2 cases were filed in court, 8 cases had unidentified suspects. All are still under investigation and are currently unresolved.

Lack of clear targets
“There is a lack of accessible and systematic database on their performance,” according to the study. It observed that the targets on prevention of ERV are vague and unverifiable, with no benchmarks used in monitoring progress. “Though this is understandable given the difficult nature of monitoring ERV, our impression was that no sustained effort has been done for this purpose,” said the PODER Team.

They added that “the lack of programmatic and systematic capability-building intervention for some institutions responsible for ERV prevention puts to question any real effort by the national government to end ERV in Abra”.

National consent to the persistence of ERV
Legally, the relationship of national and local exist in Philippine politics. The study pointed out that despite decentralization, the President still decides on the release of the budget of LGUs.

r32;The political history of Abra points to the persistent relationship of local power-holders and the national leadership. “There seems to be a symbiotic relationship between the local power-holders of Abra and the powers-that-be at the national level,” said the study.

Same families have held key positions in Abra – the Villamors, the Paredeses, the Valeras from the Paredes clan, the Barberos, the Bersamins (from the Villamor and Paredes clans), the Bernoses and the Seareses. For 23 years (from 1963 to 1986), the Barberos practically ruled over the province. And after Martial Law until 2007 (that is, for the next 22 years of Abra’s history), it was the Valeras which was the dominant family.

Following the hold to power of a few political families and the period to which it lasted, the study observed that particular local elites were able to dominate local politics because of their connection to Malacañang. “This usually is a strong indication of a patron-based politics which is not only particular in Abra but prevalent throughout the country,” the study said.

The use of guns and goons
Although there are no hard facts about the use of guns and goons because no case has been resolved, consequential evidence exists which indicates that the long hold to power of some politicians and political families involve the use of guns and goons, according to the study.

“Violence, particularly killings, happened while the politicians involved were in power. Whether they were involved or not, the fact that it was never prevented and resolved during their more than twenty years in power put some level of accountability on them”.

Based on an investigation made by Task Force Abra and the CIDG in 2006, Abra has 10 “partisan armed groups” (PAGs) with 117 members. Based on a classified report, some known former and current officials have PAG members under them. This was also observed during the participant observation of the researchers.

The police have verified the proliferation of 3,000 illegal firearms in Abra, however it still remains a question where the guns and goons are coming from.

A culture conducive to violence
“Abra’s culture at present is a culture that permits violence,” the study said. The attitude survey and ethnography conducted in Abra found that people do not disagree on attitudes that espouse and favor violence. The traditional set-up of Abra society further characterizes its tendency to become violent. The existence of a “macho culture” exacerbates the contextual acquiescence that propagates violence. Predominantly, males use cultural symbols, such as the possession of a gun to demonstrate the ‘macho’ label bestowed unto them.

People see the use of violence as instrumental and justifiable. “These views are brought about by the seemingly weak value foundations that are unable to guide the people’s behaviors and tendencies towards violence. These values are compromised by certain social constraints such as poverty,” the study explained. It also noted that the need of the people to attend to their survival needs hampers their political participation.

ERV is believed to be happening in Abra, according to 63.3% of the respondents. They do not fear the situation because majority of them (92.6%) still go out and vote and participate in the elections. r32;The findings show that 60.6% of the respondents view violence as a means to achieve an end, and 44% regard it as normal. Some of the respondents (30%) also see the need to use arms for protection from present and potential enemies.

Majority of them, however, remain uninvolved towards the issue. 75% of the respondents report that they do not care, even to victims of violence.

People’s dependency and disempowerment
“The people are uninvolved because they are dependent to their government,” said the PODER Team.

“The people bestow high regard towards their government and they see their government powerful enough to solve their problems, including the problem of ERV,” they said.

“For lack of opportunities, people do not only depend on the government to address public issues and concerns, some also depend on politicians, ‘their bosses’ or ‘patron’ for their survival needs”.

The study said that election-related violence persist in the province because of the general predisposition of the public to do nothing to address ERV or to improve their general political situation coupled with the weakness of government institutions.

Way forward
According to the study, to address the problem of election-related violence, institutional development involving the key agencies responsible for ERV prevention is critical.

Because violence is instigated by using a weapon, the study pointed out that gradual to total disarmament paralleled with advocacy promoting gun-less Abra society will significantly reduce violence.

“A network of champions at the national level in key institutions supporting local action is pivotal in ‘guarding’ the exercise of power by the national leaders as they relate with the local, preventing any form of padrino system,” the study recommended.

It also suggested filling up the gaps in accountability to ensure that public resources are spent for public good and not for private gain which increases the stakes of the elections. Civic and values education can also make a difference in mobilizing public support for ERV prevention.

“Elections fail to hold accountable officials that are perceived to be corrupt because of the use of violence, hence perpetuating a cycle of corruption that leads to underdevelopment. In turn, the lack of economic opportunity makes the poor vulnerable to becoming an instrument of violence. It is therefore critical in any ERV prevention effort to address underdevelopment by prioritizing job creation”.
procopio on April 27 2010 00:49:12
Elections and violence in Abra by Glenford Leonillo
04/01/2010
A vicious cycle of violence, disempowerment and abuse of authority preserves violent elections in Abra, says PODER study. r32;r32;

“With 30 politicians dying in a span of eight years, there can be little doubt that election-related violence occurs in the province of Abra”.r32;

In a bid to bring into the national scene the issue of election-related violence (ERV) in the country, the Political Democracy and Reform (PODER) Program of the Ateneo School of Government presented last Wednesday the result of its study on Abra’s electoral violence to government agencies, civil society and the media.r32;r32;

RELATED STORIES:
• GMA 7's 24 Oras Newscast
• Newsbreak
• ABS-CBN News

“Election has become a reason for the reign of violence in some parts of the country. The Maguindanao Massacre that shocked the country a few months ago showed the grave danger election-related violence posts in human rights, democracy and development,” said Joy Aceron, PODER Director.

In 2007, Abra has been declared hotspot by the PNP and the COMELEC. Ten (10) out of its twenty-seven (27) towns are regular hotspots in the last three elections. For the past three elections, election-related violence in Abra constitute about 16% of the total national ERV killings in the country, the study revealed.r32;r32;

The study conducted from June 2009 to January 2010 pointed out the confluence of interrelated factors causing election-related violence in the province.

One, government institutions are not able to prevent violence. The study found that “some government institutions face constraints in resources and support that affect their capability organizationally”.

Two, the political history of Abra, as in many parts of the country, shows a trend of a few families dominating local politics. “The long years of stay in office by the same politicians or political family would have enabled them to establish networks in key institutions and working relationships with several government officials. These relationships could have evolved into a variety of relationships that could serve a variety of purposes,” said the study.r32;

Three, violence is further exacerbated by cultural factors. The 150-respondent survey conducted by the PODER Team who did the study in Abra from September 10 to 25, 2009 showed a certain likelihood of the people to subscribe to violence. The team found that the use of violence to deter violence is viewed as ‘normal’ by some politicians.

Trend in ERV incidents
Election-related violence in Abra became a regular occurrence in 1963 due to strong competition among political families or alliance of political families. The growing perks of being in public office fueled intense competition, which includes access to the central government.

The study observed that almost all those who were involved came from the same clan or long-time alliances that split up. Also, the winner-take-all electoral system seems to force actors to slug it out to win using any means possible.

The occurrence of ERV and its seeming increase and decrease coincide with the breaking/forming of alliances which either entrenches a political clan or dislodges the current dominant power, ushering the entry or dominance of an emerging or re-emerging clan. In Abra, incidents of killings and harassments would usually peak six (6) months before and after elections, the study noted.

Weak, captured institutions unable to prevent violence
The study reported that institutions such as the PNP, COMELEC, CHR and DILG are under-resourced for ERV prevention, which negatively affects their performance, pointing to procedural, not substantive outcomes being delivered by government institutions responsible for the prevention of ERV.

The findings also posit that these government institutions “or a part of them, are captured because of the same politicians’ or political families long hold to power.” r32;r32;Police personnel are placed in a Catch 22 situation if in case their local chief executive (LCE) issues an order which is against their call of duty. According to the study, this started when the authority over the PNP was transferred from the national to the local government. The military is also a ‘captured’ institution when they get recruited to serve the vested political ends of some politicians. Long years of stay in the area to fight insurgency demands working closely with local politicians; with little pay, they are led to serve politicians.

The incident on May 16-18, 2007 in Barangay Boayan, Boliney that killed seven personnel and wounding two others from a nine-man Army team allegedly happened, according to the study, because military men were tipped-off by their fellow military men who serve as “rats” to the then incumbent Governor.

The study also reported that by 2004, no ERV cases could be filed in the local courts because 17 out of 32 cases had no witnesses, of which 16 cases had unidentified suspects. The Judiciary has a dismal record in resolving ERV cases due mainly to lack of witnesses. The community no longer cooperates in the administration of justice.

Of the 15 cases filed in the judicial courts, 9 were dismissed prematurely while the rest are still unresolved. By 2007, of the 13 cases recorded by PNP, only 2 cases were filed in court, 8 cases had unidentified suspects. All are still under investigation and are currently unresolved.

Lack of clear targets
“There is a lack of accessible and systematic database on their performance,” according to the study. It observed that the targets on prevention of ERV are vague and unverifiable, with no benchmarks used in monitoring progress. “Though this is understandable given the difficult nature of monitoring ERV, our impression was that no sustained effort has been done for this purpose,” said the PODER Team.

They added that “the lack of programmatic and systematic capability-building intervention for some institutions responsible for ERV prevention puts to question any real effort by the national government to end ERV in Abra”.

National consent to the persistence of ERV
Legally, the relationship of national and local exist in Philippine politics. The study pointed out that despite decentralization, the President still decides on the release of the budget of LGUs.

r32;The political history of Abra points to the persistent relationship of local power-holders and the national leadership. “There seems to be a symbiotic relationship between the local power-holders of Abra and the powers-that-be at the national level,” said the study.

Same families have held key positions in Abra – the Villamors, the Paredeses, the Valeras from the Paredes clan, the Barberos, the Bersamins (from the Villamor and Paredes clans), the Bernoses and the Seareses. For 23 years (from 1963 to 1986), the Barberos practically ruled over the province. And after Martial Law until 2007 (that is, for the next 22 years of Abra’s history), it was the Valeras which was the dominant family.

Following the hold to power of a few political families and the period to which it lasted, the study observed that particular local elites were able to dominate local politics because of their connection to Malacañang. “This usually is a strong indication of a patron-based politics which is not only particular in Abra but prevalent throughout the country,” the study said.

The use of guns and goons
Although there are no hard facts about the use of guns and goons because no case has been resolved, consequential evidence exists which indicates that the long hold to power of some politicians and political families involve the use of guns and goons, according to the study.

“Violence, particularly killings, happened while the politicians involved were in power. Whether they were involved or not, the fact that it was never prevented and resolved during their more than twenty years in power put some level of accountability on them”.

Based on an investigation made by Task Force Abra and the CIDG in 2006, Abra has 10 “partisan armed groups” (PAGs) with 117 members. Based on a classified report, some known former and current officials have PAG members under them. This was also observed during the participant observation of the researchers.

The police have verified the proliferation of 3,000 illegal firearms in Abra, however it still remains a question where the guns and goons are coming from.

A culture conducive to violence
“Abra’s culture at present is a culture that permits violence,” the study said. The attitude survey and ethnography conducted in Abra found that people do not disagree on attitudes that espouse and favor violence. The traditional set-up of Abra society further characterizes its tendency to become violent. The existence of a “macho culture” exacerbates the contextual acquiescence that propagates violence. Predominantly, males use cultural symbols, such as the possession of a gun to demonstrate the ‘macho’ label bestowed unto them.

People see the use of violence as instrumental and justifiable. “These views are brought about by the seemingly weak value foundations that are unable to guide the people’s behaviors and tendencies towards violence. These values are compromised by certain social constraints such as poverty,” the study explained. It also noted that the need of the people to attend to their survival needs hampers their political participation.

ERV is believed to be happening in Abra, according to 63.3% of the respondents. They do not fear the situation because majority of them (92.6%) still go out and vote and participate in the elections. r32;The findings show that 60.6% of the respondents view violence as a means to achieve an end, and 44% regard it as normal. Some of the respondents (30%) also see the need to use arms for protection from present and potential enemies.

Majority of them, however, remain uninvolved towards the issue. 75% of the respondents report that they do not care, even to victims of violence.

People’s dependency and disempowerment
“The people are uninvolved because they are dependent to their government,” said the PODER Team.

“The people bestow high regard towards their government and they see their government powerful enough to solve their problems, including the problem of ERV,” they said.

“For lack of opportunities, people do not only depend on the government to address public issues and concerns, some also depend on politicians, ‘their bosses’ or ‘patron’ for their survival needs”.

The study said that election-related violence persist in the province because of the general predisposition of the public to do nothing to address ERV or to improve their general political situation coupled with the weakness of government institutions.

Way forward
According to the study, to address the problem of election-related violence, institutional development involving the key agencies responsible for ERV prevention is critical.

Because violence is instigated by using a weapon, the study pointed out that gradual to total disarmament paralleled with advocacy promoting gun-less Abra society will significantly reduce violence.

“A network of champions at the national level in key institutions supporting local action is pivotal in ‘guarding’ the exercise of power by the national leaders as they relate with the local, preventing any form of padrino system,” the study recommended.

It also suggested filling up the gaps in accountability to ensure that public resources are spent for public good and not for private gain which increases the stakes of the elections. Civic and values education can also make a difference in mobilizing public support for ERV prevention.

“Elections fail to hold accountable officials that are perceived to be corrupt because of the use of violence, hence perpetuating a cycle of corruption that leads to underdevelopment. In turn, the lack of economic opportunity makes the poor vulnerable to becoming an instrument of violence. It is therefore critical in any ERV prevention effort to address underdevelopment by prioritizing job creation”.
kakadwa on May 27 2010 22:42:36
[i]husta aya apo ti panangpapispis ni andit bernos ken sangunian bayan ponglot acnam? talaga nga violente daytoy nga lakay?
kakadwa on June 28 2010 01:36:34
if this strong family (Andit family) cannot be reached by the hands of law kadaguitoy kinaanimal nga ububraen da the law of CARMA will definitely apply to them.....
kakadwa on June 28 2010 01:37:16
if this strong family (Andit family) cannot be reached by the hands of law kadaguitoy kinaanimal nga ububraen da the law of CARMA will definitely apply to them.....
cathy2161 on July 01 2010 19:13:46
We will just pray to God to intervene because it is very unruly and lots of violence already. No ni Apo Dios ti pangikamangan tayo agmilagro ti kapia manen ti Abra. There is nothing impossible with God.
kakadwa on July 07 2010 00:02:25
Ms Cathy ikararag tayo:
1. Saan nga moro-moro ti konseho ti Danglas.
2. Saan laeng nga tudo ti masagrap no diket husto a serbisyo (team Perwesyo)
3. agbalin nga promised land ti Danglas para kadaguit anak tayo.
4. Umasideg koman ti husto nga mangisakit ti ili nga Dangls.
kakadwa on August 03 2010 23:59:54
Second Fertilizer Scam - Danglas, Abra
From a reliable source, Brgy. officials are now distributing checks from the Department of Agriculture to indigent farmers. Sadly, these officials are again politicizing saan da nga ited daguitoy nga cheke kadaguidiay di da nakadwa di election!!! Daguitoy nga opisyales ket dapat awan da dita nga pwesto ta di da ammo no anya kayat na sawen ti PUBLIC SERVICE. Buis ti tao dayta isubli tayo laeng as a way of giving aid to those who are in need. MAKARMA KAYON TO METLANG....
procopio on August 12 2010 18:32:04
diego,rugyan yo ti agkissay ti dakes nga tattao dita abran,makauma da payen ti inda panangparparigat ti tattao ti inda panangkonniber ti pundo.kas ken dominic valera ken mayor JBBernos dua met ti agturay dita highways kanun,tay D.E. agbuteng sa pay met nga mapan dita abran,kusto tay kunac nga bambanti la tay inswitikan da nga congresswoman.Diego DAKAYO TI PATPATIEN TI KAADUAN NGA ABRENIO SAAN NGA DAGUITAY MILITARY NGA PAMAMMANDARAN TI AGTUTURAY TI ABRA.LONG LIVE KANIAYO NGA KAKADUA.
Trams 17 hours ago
procopio on August 12 2010 18:32:52
MASSIVE MILITARIZATION OF ABRA INTENSIFIED WARLORDISM
AND WORSENED THE PEACE AND ORDER SITUATION IN THE PROVINCE
Diego Wadagan
Agustin Begnalen Command (NPA-Abra) Spokesperson
May 3, 2010

In the past, the PNP and the AFP have been bragging about the improved peace and order situation in Abra, allegedly because private armed groups (PAGs) have been disbanded and that the CPP-NPA-CPDF will be “reduced to inconsequential level” by the end of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s term. The PNP’s Task Force Abra have been organized since 2001 with the specific objective of going after PAGs, and have continually re-organized the Abra Provincial PNP forces, and deployed forces from the Cordillera Regional Mobile Group and the PNP’s elite Special Action Force. The Philippine Army’s 503rd Brigade have been relocated back to the province since 2008; its 41st IB is concentrating on North-Central Abra, while its 50th IB is concentrated on Southern Abra and the borders of Ilocos Sur and Mountain Province. Aside from these infantry battalions, the Philippine Army also deployed to the province the elite 53rd Division Recon Coy; a company of the 77th IB also serves as cadre men of the CAA in the province. Since 2008, the Philippine Army has about 1,200 troops in the province, augmented by about 10 CAFGU Coys (800-1,000). The PNP on the other hand has about 500 provincial police forces, and about 100-200 additional forces from the regional and national PNP organization.
Recently, the PNP and AFP top brass announced it will be deploying additional 800 troops, composed of augmentation forces from the PNP and 2 additional battalions from the AFP. This was allegedly in response to a spate of election-related violence, highlighted by the involvement of key political figures in the province, particularly the Luna dynasty, against most of the top contenders in the provincial level and hotly contested mayoralty positions in Bangued and Tineg; there are also other municipalities with similar situations.
The presence of PNP and AFP forces in the province did not improve the peace and order situation in Abra. For how can they help in improving the peace and order situation, when they tolerate and support the warlords and are even the perpetrators of crimes and disturbances in communities?
In most of the so-called election-related violent incidents, PNP personnel were either involved, within the scene of the crime but did not do anything, or did not respond to calls for help. Such is the case with the so-called ambush of Ryan Luna’s convoy in Penarubia where the Penarubia police did not respond immediately; the terrorism of Cromwell Luna’s gang in Tineg where some of the police and the 41st IB serve as bodyguards of Cromwell Luna, while the rest are tolerating the terrorism because they are simply outnumbered and out powered by the Luna’s; and the killing of Ryan Luna’s driver in Bangued, among others.
The 503rd Brigade’s 41st IB and the 50th IB are committing human rights violations and criminal offenses where they are based or where they operate. While their Special Operation Team Companies (SOT Companies are usually the Alpha Coy) specializes in psychological warfare and deception through black-propaganda, outright lies and civil-military operations, the basic and essential character of the Philippine Army is exposed in their objectives, long-term practice, and performance of most of it’s infantry and special units.
Clearing and combat operations of the 503rd Brigade forces involves terror tactics such as indiscriminate bombing, cannon and mortar shelling, machinegun strafing and firing of high-powered weapons. Local folks who accidentally meet operating troops in the forests, fields or on the road are virtually kidnapped, being held captive for 1-3 days with meager food and no blankets in cold nights, and harassed with questions insinuating they are NPA regulars or supporters. Some experienced torture and physical abuse.
Communities are in virtual martial law, as curfews are imposed, freedom of movement is curtailed with permits required for farmers to go out and tend to their farms and their work animals, or even just to visit neighboring communities and go to the town center of Bangued. Cellphone calls and common chitchats among the people are monitored. Community leaders or anybody questioning the activities and intentions of the Philippine Army are harassed by taking their pictures and videos during meetings, and are regularly “invited for questioning” or merely “visited” in their homes anytime by the psy-warmongerers of the Philippine Army. Pictures allegedly proving certain individuals’ linkages to the revolutionary movement are circulated and are used to pressure them to “surrender”, or are declared “free-targets”, thereby rendering due-process useless.
Decadence proliferates and crimes abound where Philippine Army troopers operate. Families are destroyed because part of SOT tactics is to lure local women into illicit relations, fornication or one-night stands; the youth and older men are asked to join drinking sprees that end up in public disturbances and brawls. Disrespect for local officials and elders are common as army men confronted by these officials for their misconduct are threatened and cursed by rifle-wielding soldiers. In an incident in Mataragan, soldiers of the Charlie Coy, 41st IB defecated on the community water tank and enraged local leaders demanded punishment for the perpetrators but were instead met with arrogant and indignant army officers. Innumerable incidents of youth mauled by troopers are common knowledge.
In a recent incident in Talampac, Lacub, murder was perpetrated; curiously, the media was kept out of it. The Alpha Coy, 41st IB since February, 2009, has subjected Talampac to SOT operations and 41st IB troops have been basing on the community since then, in violation of state regulations and international protocols banning government armed forces from establishing headquarters in civilian residences. When the Alpha Coy was redeployed to Bangilo, Malibcong last February 2010, troops belonging to the 41st IB’s Bravo, Charlie Coys, and the 53rd Division Recon Coy, alternately established base in Talampac during combat and patrol operations. On May 1, 2010 at 11:45 pm, Levi Mamac, 22 years old of Barangay Talampac but with family roots in Benguet Province, was shot in the head and died instantly. Earlier, a local drunkard had a fight with some local youth and with some soldiers of a platoon of Bravo Coy, under 1st Lt. Federico Morales. The local drunkard was easily blamed for the incident and was the prime suspect, until the autopsy report came out the following day and concluded that an M16 bullet killed Levi Mamac. On May 2, 2010, the platoon led by 1Lt. Morales hurriedly left Talampac, as they became the main suspects for the crime. On May 3, a platoon of the 41st IB and a 15-man PNP unit arrived in Poblacion Lacub, a stone’s throw from Talampac; it was said that the 41st IB secretly admitted to the crime, but no known investigation was undertaken by the Philippine Army and the PNP.
And so, while Private Armed Groups and warlords waiting to be voted in position are being blamed for election-related violence and the CPP-NPA-CPDF’s good name is being dragged into the worsening peace and order situation of the province, the real culprits are evading blame and punishment. Instead, the PNP and the 503rd Brigades 41st IB and 50th IB are being heralded as peacekeepers!
To know the truth in Abra, investigative science is not needed. Just be honest, sincere, and immerse yourself in the local communities and the glaring truth will hit smack into your face. The so-called law-enforcers and peacekeepers are actually law-breakers, criminals and terrorists working for some politicians, for big mining companies, or are simply rotten to the core due to its fascist and anti-people institutional character.
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Diego Wadagan 2 days ago
procopio on August 12 2010 18:53:59
DIEGO WADAGAN, we support your advocacy. Pag walang magawa ang gobyerno sa pagprosecute sa mga corrupt na opisyal sa LADALAGA area please do it for us we will give our support financially, morally and spiritually. It appears now that Danglas and Lapaz is privately owned by the Bernoses nobody has the guts to stop them from their evil acts. VIVA CPP-NPA....
procopio on August 12 2010 18:57:50
APO NGA TAGA DANGLAS AND LA PAZ...JOIN US IN OUR FIGHT AGAINST THE ABUSES OF THESE POLITICIANS.
Sultan Amor on August 13 2010 18:30:21
DON'T WORRY PROCOPS, SOCO OR THEIR KIND ARE ON THE WAY TO BREAK THEIR STINKY BALLS AS PER ORDER OF THE PRESIDENT OR HIS DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE. THEY KNOW WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW AND IT'S UP TO US TO TRUST ONCE MORE THESE KINDS OF REPRESENTATIVES. HOPEFULLY, THEY ARE TRUSTED NOW AND WILL NOT EMBARRASS THE PRESIDENT. THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING HIM WHICH THEIR TRUST IS UNBREAKABLE AT THE MOMENT.smileysmileysmileysmiley
kakadwa on September 06 2010 19:31:50
I learned that the LGU of Danglas has been very busy the last few days not in delivering the basic services to the people of Danglas busy forming their party for the forthcoming barangay election. They fear that the other faction luna wing will support candidates to contest whoever candidates this bernoses will install. LET us not curtail the FREEDOM of CHOICE of the PEOPLE. Get the best barangay official who can offer genuine service....
kakadwa on September 06 2010 19:36:10
vote for JONA CAY-AN, Padangitan, JOEL GAMMED- Cabaruan- ROMAR FRANCO- Caupasan, UGALDE ACNAM- Abaguid, ROMEO BALILING-Danglas-
kakadwa on September 08 2010 01:12:48
Barangays are just subject to supervision NOT CONTROL..... kitaen yo anya ti mapaspasamak ditoy danglas ni Mayor agimplimentar ti project ti barangay... The chief executive is going beyond the mandate of the local govement Code agcongressman ka ta agaramid ka sabali nga linteg to legitimized your action.
kakadwa on September 28 2010 02:03:10
pordios porsanto! kaasyam ni JOS Porsiento ta di na amo piman ti tangtangaben na. Ikkaten na kano illegal loging... agtagtainep ngata manen. Ibagam kadagita in-laws mo ta isu da mangisardeng naibus dan kayo dita Nagaparan pati daguita kayo nga adda dita igid kalsada patulan da payen... yot nina na ket di.
procopio on October 08 2010 01:33:59
TRUE OR FALSE
1. The Bernoses wanted to preserve their power thus, they will not let anyone from outside their group to file their candidacy this forthcoming Barangay Election.
2. Mayor Ester has been the one utilizing the Barangay Fund
3. The Mayor install Barangay Official with the condition that whatever her request will be granted or else.
4. There is no really government in Danglas
procopio on October 08 2010 01:36:06
Will wait and see i the law of CARMA is nearly coming to this Family.
kakadwa on November 11 2010 01:13:30
Congratulations to those who have guts and are brave enough to file their candidacy last barangay election. They showed an exemplary act of patriotism A TAPANG A TAO. Romar Franco----- Marcelino Franco---- Robert Segundo. Sapay koma ta umado kayo. SAMPAL ETO SA MGA BERNOS
procopio on December 05 2010 19:55:42
LET US BE TRANSPARENT!!!
procopio on December 05 2010 19:58:48
MUN. OF DANGLAS
C:\Documents and Settings\mbayani\Desktop\CY 2010 IRA\car\Brgy\CAR_CY 2010 IRA level_Brgy_LBM.xls
7/27/2010 3:35 PM Page 2 of 12
CY 2010 INTERNAL REVENUE ALLOTMENT FOR BARANGAYS
CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION
PROVINCE OF ABRA
CY 2007
Census of P80,000
Population FOR BRGYS. SHARE EQUAL TOTAL
W/ 100 OR MORE BASED ON SHARING (ROUNDED)
POPULATION POPULATION
COMPUTATION OF THE CY 2010 INTERNAL REVENUE ALLOTMENT
BARANGAY
1 Abaquid 543 80,000.00 179,416.91 463,312.44 722,729.00
2 Cabaruan 621 80,000.00 205,189.51 463,312.44 748,502.00
3 Caupasan (Pob.) 1,523 80,000.00 503,226.45 463,312.44 1,046,539.00
4 Danglas 462 80,000.00 152,653.06 463,312.44 695,966.00
5 Nagaparan 808 80,000.00 266,977.65 463,312.44 810,290.00
6 Padangitan 658 80,000.00 217,414.97 463,312.44 760,727.00
7 Pangal 796 80,000.00 263,012.64 463,312.44 806,325.00
---------------------- ---------------------------- -------------------------- -------------------------- ----------------------------
5,411 560,000.00 1,787,891.20 3,243,187.10 5,591,078.00
============ =============== ============== =
kakadwa on January 24 2011 21:28:17
Agraira nga talaga daguitoy impatakder daguiti Bernos, kasla koma daytoy kapitan ti caupasan, Opring Franca--- saan kano agissue ti brgy. clearance kadguit saan na nga nakadua di elecsyon. Kitaen yo man apo no di kina muttaleng daytoy. Anya koma gapo nga saan nga mangted clearance? uray adda kaso ti maysa nga tao maikakn latta. Kaasi latta ti taga danglas awan um unmo nga agturay.... kitaem mayor ta taom di na ammo ububraen na
kakadwa on January 24 2011 21:34:20
Danglas town fiesta2011!
Obligado amin nga barangay nga agpaaramid ti uniporme para ti parade ken usaren daguiti players. Daytoy panaka aramid na ket kontrata manen ni Mayora. Saan aya nga dapat adda ti bidding na daytoy wenno mabalin a nimayora nga aramiden daytoy? XDaytoy ket maysa nga kita ti kurapsyon. adu agrigrigat ditoy danglas tumakder kayo dita tugaw yo ket kitaen no kasano istilo panagbiag da. Corrupt kayo latta!
procopio on January 30 2011 19:23:41
We would like to extend our condolences to the family of Jay jay "Luping" Solis of Caupasan, Dangals, Abra. He was the latest victim of of unwanted death because of the evil will of men in the LADALAGA area. Blessed be his soul........

According to a reliable source in danglas he served as one of the goons of the Berboses.

When will people be more important than animals. Ti panakaaplikar koma ti linteg ket agparis laeng ti nakurapay kenh nabaknang.
procopio on February 13 2011 18:50:51
Happy valentine's day!!! Happy fiesta to all the people of Danglas. May this festival of love reminds us of the teachings of St. Valentine to love one other regardless of social standing,POLITICAL BELIEF, and religion.
We pray that by the intercession of St. Valentine no more killings, injustice and violence to the people of Danglas.
kakadwa on March 02 2011 23:33:58
Condolence to the family of Emilio Borbon Jr.
kakadwa on March 08 2011 20:08:50
condolence to the family of PEPITO "pito"" CUESTA.
procopio on April 26 2011 23:05:58
he current number of shooting incidents this year is more than a third of the 102 recorded shooting incidents for the entire year of 2010. (See table below)
COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF SHOOTING INCIDENTS (Source: Abra-PPO)
January- December 2010 January to March 27, 2011
Total Number of Incidents 102 Total Number of Incidents 36
Cases Filed 28 Cases Filed 10
Arrested Suspects 27 Arrested Suspects 12
Suspects at Large 74 Suspects at Large 35
Cases Amicably Settled 4 Cases Amicably Settled -
Dismissed Cases 3 Dismissed Cases 1
Suspects who Surrendered 2 Suspects who Surrendered 1

It is apparent that not all deaths due to violence have been recorded by the PNP, here in Danglas, I believed that GENARO CASTRO, JAY JAY SOLIS and Goons of JB Bernos (Son-in-law of Big Boy Seares) are not included in the list. Look how this three killings have been perpetrated it appears that all of victims were killed in a summary execution. If we try to look into the way they were killed, all of them sustained more than 9 guns shot wounds. Their bodies were just found in a secluded place. Is this not a scheme or we say there is only one perpetrator and the People of Danglas know who are the killers.
kakadwa on May 18 2011 02:48:06
PNP Dangals mabuteng nga mangipatungpal ti gun ban.
procopio on May 23 2011 07:43:09
kakadwa, there is a good news from Danglas PNP! Just tonight, PNP of Danglas were able to confiscate a gun possesed by Opring Franco. We congratulate the effort of the chief of police of Danglas in enforcing gun ban. sapay koma ta saan manen nga maareglo daytoy ket maiyuli ti rebbeng na nga darum ken Mr. Franco. Opisyati ti barangay isu ti mangted riri ti umili agpabuteng usar ti paltog na. Kitaem mayora ta impapilit mo nga kapitan nakaadal kanya yon nga apabuteng. Kapitan nga Muttaleng!!!!!!!
kakadwa on May 28 2011 17:17:13
CONDOLENCE TO THE FAMILY OF COSMEDINA "madumay" BORJA GALERA!
kakadwa on June 08 2011 02:28:21
I meet Major Noel Pataray and Abogadillo Prudencio Galera during the wake of their lola, napakumbaba ken narespeto da nga ubbing. Mabalin daguitoy nga sumaruno nga opisyal ti danglas. Kasapulan tayo isuda bareng mailenteg pay ti baluktot nga patakaran dtoy danglas.
kakadwa on July 11 2011 21:07:20
Condolence to the Family of JUN AGCALIS of Dumeguiay Caupasan, Dangals, Abra. He died due to vehicular accident. We sympathize with his family. According to Maám Flora Velasco, the suspect offered to settle and eventually the family acceded to the offer. Nagbayad jay suspect thru the vice Mayor of Danglas nagbayad da ti presyo ti dua nga baboy kasla met lang tay baboy nga napan naki areglo. Nya metten pati natay pakibyangan ti politico. smiley
kakadwa on July 18 2011 20:21:43
sino dayta nga OMING TAN, maysa met kano nga agpabpabuteng dta Dangals, di met isu daytoy jay kadwa ni mayor Abbago idi, nga nagtryador ti kanyana. Makarma kanto Oming Tan.
procopio on July 21 2011 20:14:24
SAD STATE OF DANGLAS

Infra projects:
1. concreting road going to the farm of Mayor Ester Bernos
2. concreting of an alley in front of Mayors house purposely for their use
3. land grabbing by Vice mayor Dizon
4. road widening for logging

Services
1. employing casual employees (ghost employees beneficiaries of 15/30.
2. meddling private affairs of their constituents.
3. employing captain TANGA in order to manipulate them as well as affairs of the barangay;
4. closing business that directly compete with their business (Aquino grocery- coca cola franchise)
4. total disregard of respect to anyone else.

POINTS TO PONDER

1. Are you and your family able to provide for your basic needs better now, when Bernoses assume the administration?
2. Are feel more safe and secure in your home, in your neighbor and in your environment?
3. Do you have greater trust and respect to them than abbago, borbon and balao-as?
4. arer you proud to be in danglas?
5. do have better confidence in the future of your children?

This is the SAD state of Danglas...........Ayan na dagitay masirib ti danglas? agsubli kayo ta urnosen tayo para kaguiti annak tayo ken sumaruno nga kaputotan. GOOD INTENT will REIGN....
kakadwa on July 24 2011 19:48:51
CONDOLENCE TO THE FAMILY OF ANASTACIO "TACIO" BORNIOS........
kakadwa on September 23 2011 01:44:36
MAKIPAG LADINGIT KAMI TI PUPUSAY NI JOVITO BITONG CASTRO. MAY U REST IN PEACE..........
kakadwa on November 08 2011 01:23:29
CONDOLENCE TO THE FAMILY OF QUIRIDO ACNAM. RIP
kakadwa on November 15 2011 22:23:35
Words seem inadequate to express our feelings on hearing of the death of VENUS Galera MASAOAY.During this time of sorrow, may the gentle presence of friends, relatives and the caring love of family help to comfort the family of Venus. We are truly sad on the untimely death of Venus, nonetheless she will never be forgotten because once she touch the lives of the people of Danglas and Abra as a whole by serving as a Nurse. We love you Venus. (this entry was requested by a friend)
kakadwa on December 20 2011 18:56:01
MAKIPAGLADINGIT KAMI TI PUPUSAY NI RICARDO MARTINEZ. BLESSED BE HIS SOUL.
kakadwa on January 05 2012 18:47:06
Condolence to Acnam Family
kakadwa on January 05 2012 18:47:57
condolence to the Family of Danilo Pataray- of Damolog
kakadwa on January 05 2012 18:49:05
Makipagladingit kami ti pupusay ni Ms Precy Mingaracal. Condolence to Mingaracal Family
kakadwa on February 12 2012 23:51:36
we would like to express our deepest sympathy to PATARAY FAMILY (Maj. Pataray) for the untimely death of BONIFACIO "Boy" PATARAY Sr. Rest In Peace.
procopio on February 28 2012 20:53:08
kadua any news from there?
procopio on February 28 2012 20:56:51
My beloved town mates, please join us in our advocacy to have a progressive and peaceful Danglas... Let us use this forum to inform our "kakabagyan" of what is the real score in Danglas. Let us report their abuses with the end view of correcting the system. We count on you.
kakadwa on April 17 2012 01:30:13
nagpasyarak dita dipaar na ti amianan di napalabes nga Holy Week, naibus met gayamen daguita mula nga gemilinan, malagip ko ket mula daguitoy di tiempo da Moyors Borbon ken Abbago. Accordign to my source pianragadi ni Andit pagpaaramid na kano kulongan ti texas na. kaano aya nga dumteng ti husto nga mangisakit ti Danglas? Sapay koma ta umay kan!!!!!
kakadwa on April 19 2012 18:46:56
Condolence to the family of Paguyo "Big Boy Seares. May you rest in Peace.
kakadwa on April 26 2012 02:24:03
Kakailian......Damagem ta bagim.... Apay nga amin nga politico (agarup 99.9998%) ket nabakbaknang ti mamin ribu kompara ti adda mabalin na iti communidad? Amo kadi ti gobyerno tayo daytoy? Pangal-alaan da ti Milliones nga kuarta da? Idinto nga bassit met lang ti sweldo ti adda ti gobyerno. Amo kadi ti BIR ti kinaadu ti kuarta daguitoy nga Politikos? Sika, iti sabali nga bangir, ket masupul nga agrigat ken agling-et tapno adda laeng maikargam ti plato para ti bagim ket ti pamilyam para iti maysa nga aldaw. Tatta damagem ta bagim. “Apay nga ikkak ti TURAY daguitoy nga POLITIKO tapno parigaten da ti umili ken ti pamilyam inga nga matay”? Apay daguitoy nga POLITIKO nga binotosan yo ket saan nakayo ng iturong ti nalinak, nakapya, natalna ken napintas nga panagbyag. Adda dan ayan ti turay. Ngem apay nga dida subadan ti talek nga naited yo? Adda kadi “MAARAMID MO”? Wenno pagkorosem laengen ta imam ket ikedem mon ta matam….. kaasi pay daguiti anak tayo…..Tatta! ILAKOM TA BOTOS MO ILAKOM PAYEN TA KARARUAM. No inlakom ta kararuam, inlakom ti WAYAWAYAM. No inlakom ti wayawayam inlakom payen ta BIYAG mo. GAYEM… KAILIYAN… adda maaramid mo… Ikaten tayo daguiti PERWESYO. Subboten tayo DANGLAS. …
procopio on April 30 2012 00:18:23
PNP Danglas Awan ti serserbiyo! Awan pulos naaramidan yo diay panang kulong ken pinangbugbog ni Bise Mayor dta kabsat ni Kapitan Bobby. Kasapulan paylang ti SAF nga nangrecue. Sika Gringo, manipud tatta agsagana kan agurnong kan para ti lungon mo.
kakadwa on August 14 2012 18:13:09
Condolence to Talingdan family of Abaquid, Danglas.
kakadwa on August 14 2012 18:19:52
Maysa manen nga biktima ti kinadawel ti Politico ni "AD-AD". Basol gayam no agsao ka ti kinapudno. AD AD is a witness to the case filed against GINA but he made a recantation. Ditoy Danglas, no agsao ka ti pudno ket basol, pumatay ka ket saan. Condolence to the family of AD AD. May he Rest In Peace.
kakadwa on December 03 2012 18:46:19
MERRY CHRISTMAS kakailian....
tayawa on February 27 2013 01:35:20
kumusta kanta piesta di danglas ...
tayawa on April 09 2013 18:11:54
apay apo napuoran kano met diay linia ti water system dita danglas?
kakadwa on May 13 2013 19:36:48
apo nga taga danglas.. nalpasen ti waras aguray tayo manen ti tallo nga tawen tappo adda manen itted da. sapay koma ta ta agserbi da nga agpasyo kanya tayo kenn saan na tayo manen parigated...
kakadwa on July 23 2013 21:29:57
Viva LaPaz and Danglas..... Agbiag ni BOY Badua
tayawa on February 16 2014 19:25:30
patpatgek nga taga danglas,dandanin malpas diay baro nga balay ti ili tayo.agyaman tayo kadagiti agtuturay nga napudno nga agserbi kadatayo.adu nga proyekto nga pagimbagan ti ili tayo nga danglas.
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joannaguinaban
30/07/2013 19:41
Manabo Bridge Abra now open July 31, 2013

Prince Wan
27/06/2013 14:34
eyes in the diff. parts of foreign land.

Prince Wan
27/06/2013 14:30
Could you please update us like what they are doing at Abrenian? Thank you very much for your care and patience of bringing us news as our only consolation while working with tears dropping from our

Prince Wan
27/06/2013 14:22
When are you going to change our headline news? Abrenians scattered outside the province are so anxious and curious to be informed on what's going on in our province.

prince malagantz
25/04/2013 15:45
You can have blood tests as many as you want, but the result still the same and never lies. Instead you should be proud of it, otherwise, you didn't exist in this world without it.

prince malagantz
25/04/2013 15:38
you to support her. Are you one of us or still trying to be different. Remember, whatever you do, wherever you are, you are still carrying that Tingguian blood.

prince malagantz
25/04/2013 15:35
Ms. Malabed vowed to promote our cultural identity with emphasis on universal love, friendship, unity, and peace to every human species on earth. But, she couldn't do it alone by herself without

prince malagantz
25/04/2013 15:28
not just be ignored now nor belittled by anyone or other cultural minorities scattered worldwide.

prince malagantz
25/04/2013 15:14
CONGRATULATIONS...!!! to Ms. Rohjane Malabed who was just crowned as "Festival Queen 2013" for the whole Cordillera Region. This means that Tingguian beauty and its cultural heritage could

pintaz
20/03/2013 23:11
hello gentis! kumustasa? i have missed u all kakabagyans and kakailyans...GBU!!!

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