Lalaban sila hanggang sa huli—PAO chief Persida Acosta encourages parents of Dengvaxia victims

And we once again saw mothers weeping for their children. Them that has been victimized by the Dengvaxia vaccination.

Most of whom were given the vaccination without the knowledge of their parents, even teachers. Without any check-up or diagnostic tests.

Just give it to them.

And when the help of the Public Attorney was sought, several issues were hurled at Atty. Persida Rueda Acosta and her brave staff.

The PAO Chief met with her entertainment press friends for her annual get-together and Christmas Party. 

“Para na rin makapagbigay kami ng update sa aming ipinapagpatuloy na paglalabas ng katotohanan sa mga nakikita pa namin sa bawa’t kaso ng mga pasyenteng nabigyan ng nasabing bakuna. Nasa-shock kami pati na ang mga magulang sa parusa at paghihirap na ibinigay nila sa mga biktima. Kaya ang sigaw ng lahat ay ang patuloy na paghingi ng katarungan. Lalaban sila hanggang sa huli lalo ngayon na lumilitaw na ang katotohanan sa maraming bagay at anggulo sa nasabing pangyayari.”

The weeping Moms and beloved members of the family are in unison in crying out for #Justice #TuloyAngLaban #Walang Iwanan! 

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IS ANYONE really that prepared when a typhoon or storm hits us?

A brave director made a movie about man’s fight for survival against a super typhoon in a natural disaster flick, “The Signs” which is featured in today’s FDCP’s (Film Development Council of the Philippines) Cine Lokal in SM.

The movie features promising actors and actresses like Michael Kumar, Anna Reyes, Andrew Torres and Enzo Ferrari Arciaga.

“The Signs” opens on December 7, 2018 in Cine Lokal’s seven (7) SM Cinemas-Manila, South Mall, Bacoor, Sta. Mesa, North EDSA, Fairview, and Megamall at 1:00 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are at P150.

The director, John Stephen Baltazar shot the movie in 26 days with a 4-man team.

“I’ve always wanted to make a natural disaster film. Given the fact that we live in a country where floods, storms and earthquakes are part of our normal lives in the Philippines, it is time to inform and educate young people using the power of entertainment.”

Direk John apart from directing the film also wrote, produced and shot  the film with a P1M budget.

“The Sign” tells the story of Tony Hughes whose famous meteriologist father died while resesrching about typhoons. He discovers a manuscript predicting a series of signs that lead into a catastrophe-the mother of all typhoons. As the signs of the super typhoon unfold, he is responsible for ensuring his town’s safety. He discovers another threat that is much worse than the previous signs.

The actors shared their experiences in doing the film. Something unforgettable. And something for the books! Now, alerting everyone as to how to be prepared is part of their purposes if not advocate’s should another storm come to pass in their lives.

Someone’s bout with a “nuno sa punso’s” dwelling. Getting drenched with firemen’s hoses. And really waiting for the real rains to fall.

December 7 and 8 will show us “The Signs” and pray tell we be ready when it comes again!

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