"In societies where Robbing Hoods are treated like a celebrity it is but natural to expect political parties to act like a Mafia syndicate" Political Jaywalker "In a nation where corruption is endemic people tend to confuse due process with aiding and abetting criminals" Political Jaywalker "War doesn't determine who is right, war determines who is left" Bertrand Russell "You have just one flash flood of money, you keep your people poor. It's like a time bomb and it's scary" Philippine Lawmaker

Numerous BOGUS PARTY LIST in '07 Election- 1

There are now numerous list of BOGUS PARTY LIST coming from different organizations a good sign that people are actively exposing questionable party list. We have Akbayan coming out with the first 11 party lists which they say are fronts for the Lady cheating errr seating by the murky Pasig river, 41 from Urban Poor for Legal Reforms (UP-LR) and Bantay R.A. 7941 and now we have B&W MOVEMENT and Kontra Daya with their own black list of 12 & 22.

I am not complaining here I believe this is a good sign that vigilance is slowly creeping into the consciousness of our people and not only mouthing it but actually taking action in exposing these unscrupulous characters who shamelessly and desperately sneaking like dirty rats scumbag to forage the wealth of the people they call PORK BARREL.

The bastardization of the party list system should not be taken lightly and we have one of the most respected former Senate President Jovito Salonga clamoring for the release of the names of nominees for party list. We also have other politicians joining in but sadly their motivations for doing so are questionable at best because of election season's empty hollow posturing.

Thanks to Schumey and Yuko Takei who called my attention on the Parents Enabling Parents (PEP) that was included in the combined list of UP-LR and Bantay R.A. 7941 as reported by newspapers, victims of educational plan company knuckleheads maybe victimized again by this bastardization of the party list system through the incompetence of Comelec and those fixers as reported in the you tube video Party List for Sale.

The problem here is we have various organizations with their own priorities and advocacy while they see the same problem are coming out with different lists from 11 to 41 is just not going to cut it. It makes me wonder if their advocacy was for their personal agenda of satisfying their huge ego or one track minded advocacy seeing only a limited picture based on their advocacy when the issue is larger that their agenda, personal or otherwise.

Have we not heard of working together, sharing of information, cooperation and solidarity? Or is it just how we are, narrow minded the world revolves around me and nothing else matters but my own and others are irrelevant? Let’s face it the trapos and their minions are formidable giants that owns the electoral system and for small organizations while I don’t question the validity of their various advocacies should seriously consider cooperating with one another in this issue for the sake of the common good of our people. What’s wrong with sharing information since you share it to the public anyways? Can we not explore the possibility of sharing information, comparing notes and verifying the accuracy that once it goes out to the public it creates more impact?

Below is another list of party list groups prepared by KONTRA DAYA (a broad-based election watchdog formed to expose the very possible repeat of wholesale election fraud in the May 2007 Philippine elections).

1. AT (Aangat Tayo) connected to PITC Usec. Teddie Elson Rivera

2. Abono connected to House Speaker Jose De Venecia

3. Agbiag! Timpuyog Ilocano, Inc. connected to Office of External Affairs Asec. Marcelo Farinas II

4. Aging Pinoy (Aging Pilipino Organization, Inc.) connected to

Norberto Gonzales

5. Ahon (Ahon Pinoy) Dante "Klink" Ang II (1st nominee)

6. Ahonbayan connected to Norberto Gonzales

7. APOI (Akbay Pinoy OFW-National, Inc.) DILG Usec. Melchor Rosales

(1st nominee), DILG NCR Dir. Rodolfo Feraren (2nd nominee)

8. AKSA (Aksyon Sambayanan) connected to Norberto Gonzales

9. ANAD (Alliance for Nationalism and Democracy) supported by the AFP

10. ANAK (Angat Ating Kabuhayan Pilipinas, Inc.) Supt. Eduardo

Octaviano, NCRPO-PNP (1st nominee)

11. ANC (Alliance of Neo-Conservatives) Usec. for Presidential

Appointments Liel Cordoba

12. Ang Kasangga member, Sigaw ng Bayan

13. ARC (Alliance of Rural Concerns) Archie Santiago (son of Sen.

Miriam Santiago)

14. ATS (Alliance Transport Sector) Ariel Lim, Presidential Assistant

for Public Transport Affairs

15. ABA-AKO Percy Chavez, chairperson, Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor

16. Babae Ka (Babae para sa Kaunlaran) member, Sigaw ng Bayan; Sally Dagami (1st nominee), Ruth Vasquez (2nd nominee)

17. BANAT (Barangay Association for National Advancement of

Transparency) Raul Lambino (1st nominee)

18. Bantay Ret. Maj. Gen. Jovito Palparan (1st nominee)

19. Bigkis (Bigkis Pinoy Movement) connected to PAGCOR Chair

Ephraim Genuino

20. BP (Biyaheng Pinoy) Dr. Arsenio Abalos, Jesus Cruz (vice-mayor of Mandaluyong)

21. Kalahi (Advocates for Overseas Filipinos) Poe Gratela, former

Office of External Affairs coordinator for OFW concerns (1st nominee)

22. VFP (Veterans Freedom Party) supported by the AFP


BLACK LIST (Huwag Iboto)



Babae Ka










BABAE Ka is shamelessly muscling posters at Bare the List site threatening people with Libel Suit ala Mike “Mr. Libel” Arroyo, how about we band together and sue the Comelec, the Bogus Party List, and the fixers for illegal possession of ugly faces errrr fraudulent filing of party certificates and fraudulent approval by the konsumisyoners errr commissioners. Let’s see if any of our Fooliticians are really serious in their pronouncement in joining this issue, how about them filing criminal cases against these frauds so that anyone who thinks they can get a free backdoor pass to pork barrel will think twice (that is if they are capable of thinking) before they blatantly abuse and disenfranchise the marginalized sectors of proper representation. Here is Binabae errrr Babae daw sila posted at Bare the List comment section:

Babae Ka Says:

April 18th, 2007 at 3:28 am

Oh by the way, Babae Ka will file libel cases against those involved in maligning the name of this organization. Wait for it.

Hah! Who do they think they are? Mike Arroyo? Hmmmmmmnnnn, sounds like some rant of deluded drunken stupor basking in power than a marginalized group to me. Here is a portion of the you tube video regarding the fixers where Babae was mentioned which I transcribed:

Ces: Hinimok ang mga NGO na magparehistro daw bilang Party list nuong Oktubre kabilang dito ang ofw International na ngayon ay Akbay Pinoy na, Babae ka at lypad na ngayon ay Lipad na. Pinangakuan daw sila ng pondo pero ng hindi ito naibigay sinabihan ang mga party list na ibenta na lang ang nominees.

Bert: Sabi po nila wala na nga po. Sold na daw Lahat

Ces: Sino ang kausap mo na nagsabing sold, sino 'yun?

Bert: Ang kausap ko 'yun pong isa member ng Babae ka.

What’s up with that and here is Borra threatening people with prosecution just by divulging the names of the nominees. I wonder why this Borra is saying that, is it for people to lay off the issue so the fixing and side business “behind their backs” can do their business unhampered? Tell you what Borra, instead of threatening the people with prosecution why not prosecute or at least investigate the three people mentioned in the you tube as the brokers for party list nominees? While you’re at it arrest Abalos too, not only for mentioning his big brother as a nominee but for blatantly and shamelessly campaigning for his brother when he rationalized his brother’s accomplishment in the newspapers.

Meanwhile Akbayan’s original list of 11 has now grown to 15 questionable groups in the party-list race and more detailed compared to the rest:

Are there groups in the party-list race fronting for the GMA administration? Here’s a list of groups that are reportedly connected to Malacanang and to certain government officials and agencies. AKBAYAN has called for an investigation of these groups, but the COMELEC rejected the idea:

Originally the Kababaihan para sa Inang Bayan (KABABAYAN), its first nominee, Sally Dagami was reportedly a former Kaibigan ni Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (KGMA) coordinator.

Babae Ka! was one of the many organizations mentioned by an ABS CBN Correspondence report that were encouraged and helped by the Office of External Affairs (OEA) to participate in the party-list elections.

Babae ka! was also a member of the Malayang Babae para sa Cha Cha at Reporma (MELCHORA) which is affiliated with the Sigaw ng Bayan group, a Pro Charter Change and Pro-Peoples Initiative group headed by Raul Lambino jr. which is reportedly organized by the OEA and DILG.

In a recent TV interview, the spokesperson of Babae Ka! admitted that they have members working at the OEA. In fact, a certain Nerissa Garcia, Executive Director of OEA, is a standing member of the said group.


Sally Dagami- reportedly has close links with the Office of External Affairs, also a reported former KGMA Coordinator

Ruth Vaquez- a member of Sigaw ng Bayan (pro-cha cha, pro-GMA group)

KAKUSA’s Chairman Emeritus is convicted child rapist and former Zamboanga del Norte Representative Romeo Jalosjos. It is represented by its national president, R. Dodong Canonigo. The Lamb of God Foundation, an outreach program for elderly inmates established by Jalosjos, is supporting KAKUSA.

The personalities involved in KAKUSA are linked to Partido Demokratikong Sosyalistang Pilipino (PDSP), which is led by National Security Adviser Bert Gonzales.


Ranulfo “Dodong” Canonigo

Atty. Omar Rivera - Chief of Staff of Rep. Cecelia Jalosjos-Calderon. Both Jaloslos-Calderon and Atty. Rivera are members of PDSP.

Ma. Jesusa Arguelles-Sespene - Chief of Staff of Rep. Cesar Jalosjos, who is also a member of PDSP.

An “association” of tricyle drivers, Arsenio Abalos, the elder brother of COMELEC chairman Benjamin Abalos sits as director and national council member of the party. Also, the group was founded and chaired by Mandaluyong Vice-Mayor Jesus Cruz, who claims to be a tricycle operator before.

According to a January 27, 2007 news report by Malaya newspaper, COMELEC insiders reportedly said that Biyaheng Pinoy has earned a moniker inside the poll agency as “Asosasyon ng mga Kamag-anak at Kapitbahay ni Abalos or AKKA.”

The same report said Biyaheng Pinoy’s application has been kept secret. Its name was omitted in the roster of party-list petitioners.

Cruz, an ally of the Abalos clan, is on his last term while Arsenio is a barangay captain in Hagdang Bato Itaas.

Cruz originally planned to contest the lone congressional district of Mandaluyong occupied by Rep. Benhur Abalos but opted to run under Biyaheng Pinoy. He is the legal adviser of the National Confederation of Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association of the Philippines.

Arsenio is said to be planning again to run for mayor but was prevailed upon to run under Biyaheng Pinoy as one of its nominees.

Mandaluyong insiders said the arrangement was forged so as not to spoil the agreement between Benhur and Mayor Neptali Gonzales Jr. that they would switch places in this year’s elections.

The young Abalos is set to return as mayor while Gonzales will stage a comeback in Congress.


Mandaluyong Vice Mayor Jesus Cruz

Dr. Arsenio Abalos - a brother of Commission on Elections Chair Benjamin Abalos, whose own son, Ben-Hur, is running for mayor in Mandaluyong City.

Its president is former Assemblyman Jose Tumbokon. Mr. Tumbukon served as an assemblyman and presidential adviser during the Marcos dictatorship. He was appointed minister of state of information and official spokesperson of the Interim Batasan Pambansa and the Kilusang Bagong Lipunan (KBL).

The officers of Kasangga include Cristeta Absolor, reported a regional director of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). Another regional officer of the organization is Elizabeth Manuel, who is reportedly the Acting Executive Deputy Director of the Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC).


The sister of First Gentleman Mike Arroyo, Marilou Arroyo, is allegedly one of the nominees of the group.

Marcelo Farinas II, Malacanang’s Assistant Secretary for the Office External Affairs (OEA) is the group’s Secretary-General.

Perfecto Cardenas, one of the organization’s incorporators is reportedly one of Abra’s Sangguniang Panlalawigan members.

Rogelio Peig, a registered incorporator of Agbiag!, is the Chief of Staff of Representative Vincent ‘Bingbong’ P. Crisologo, Quezon City, 1st District.

Another incorporator of the said organization, Thompson Lantion, heads the Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB). A former police general, Lantion lost his bid for the gubernatorial seat in Nueva Vizcaya despite running under the administration Lakas party. Mr. Lantion was one of the many generals Mrs. Arroyo rewarded with important government positions.

Meanwhile, Agbiag! Regional convenor for CAR region, Renato Paredes was a former chief of the Traffic Management Group (TMG). He also also lost his bid for a congressional seat in Ifugao province.

Nominees: No information yet.

Headed by Dante “Klink” Ang II, president and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Manila Times Newspapers. Klink is the son of Dante Ang Sr, the current Chairman of the Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO).


Dante “Klink Ang Jr. –Son of Dante Ang Sr., Chairman of the Commission on Filipinos Overseas.

Bernardo Ople, brother of late senator Blas Ople

Ernesto Herrera III, son and namesake of a former senator.

Aksyon Sambayanan (AKSA) is a “social democratic” movement affiliated with the Partido Demokratiko Sosyalista ng Pilipinas (PDSP) of National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales, a close ally of the Arroyo government. It is said that AKSA is the recycled version of PDSP in the party-list race. PDSP lost twice in the party-list elections and was therefore disqualified.


Timoteo Aranjuez, former secretary-general of Partido Democratiko Soyalista ng Pilipinas (PDSP)

Elizabeth Angsioco, chairperson of the Democratic Socialist Women of the Philippines (DSWP), the women organization of Norberto Gonzales’ PDSP.

Also known as the True Marcos Loyalist (for God, Country and People) Association of the Philippines, led by known Marcos supporter, Cherry Cobarrubias.


Retired General Jovito Palparan - Palparan is accused of orchestrating numerous cases of extra-judicial killings. Branded as the “Butcher General”.

The Barangay Association for National Advancement and Transparency (BANAT) was already disqualified by the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) for failing to obtain two per centum (2%) of the total votes cast for party-list in the two elections 1998 and 2004 and failure to participate in the 2001 elections. Yet, they have been suspiciously resurrected.


Atty. Raul Lambino - Spokesman and leader of Sigaw ng Bayan, whose People’s Initiative was called by the Supreme Court as an act of grand deception.

Atty. Salvador Britanico

Joel Mendez

List of Nominees:

Kenneth Gatchalian - son of William Gatchalian

Supt. Eduardo Octaviano - a police officer of the Philippine National Police (PNP) National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO).

Akbay Pinoy is also a member of Sigaw ng Bayan and its Chair is Bong Guro. This group was legally charged by Makati residents together with Sigaw ng Bayan for forcing them to sign signatures in favor of GMA’s Charter Change initiative.

Nominees: No information yet.

According to a report in ABS-CBN’s Bandila, the Youth League for Peace Advancement (LYPAD) allegedly attempted to sell one of its party-list seats for P5 million. LYPAD is a newly accredited party-list, and it started as a pro-GMA organization called Youth Power Against Destabilization (YPAD). It is also a member of Sigaw ng Bayan.

Ted Lazaro, current chairman of LYPAD, is also a member of AKBAY youth OFW, the youth wing of AKBAY Pinoy (see above). He is also the son of Adelaida Lazaro, leader of AKBAY Pinoy, who was also legally charged by Makati residents for manufacturing signatures for the People’s Initiave.

Nolan Tiongco, LYPAD secretary-general, is a member of a group called Peace 4 Development (P4D) where Melvin Mitra, allegedly the youth coordinator for the Office of External Affairs (OEA), is also a member.

In the same Bandila report, Melvin Mitra was named by an informant as the middle person behind the sale of party-list seats. He allegedly contacted a congressional candidate and offered a seat in LYPAD for only P5 million.

Nominees: No information yet.

AANGAT TAYO is headed by the Philippine International Trading Corp. executive vice president Teddie Elson Rivera, who now sits as president.

Nominees: No information yet.

ANAD was formed in 2003 by the National Alliance for Democracy (NAD), the movement that supplanted the dreaded Alsa Masa, a vigilante group organized by the government in Davao. NAD serves as the umbrella organization for all anti-communist forces in the country. In 2004, NAD registered ANAD as its party-list group.

Nominees: No information yet.

AGING Pinoy was also implicated in Bandila’s report as one of the party-list groups affiliated with the Office for External Affairs that is selling its seats to individuals who want to use the party-list system as a cheaper way to get into Congress.

Nominees: No information yet.

The 41 party list groups whose nominees are being asked to be disqualified are:

1-United Transport Koalisyon

Aangat Tayo

Abante Ilonggo


Abgbiag Timpuyog Ilocano Inc.

Agricultural Sector Alliance of the Philippines Inc.

Ahon Pinoy

Akbay Pinoy OFW-National Inc.

Aksyon Sambayanan


Alay sa Bayan ng Malayang Propesyonal and Repormang Kalakal

Alliance for Barangay Concerns

Alliance for Nationalism and Democracy

Alliance of Neo-Conservatives

Alliance of People's Organizations

Alliance of Volunteer Educators, The True Marcos Loyalist Inc.

Alyansa ng mga Grupong Haligi ng Agham at Teknolohiya Para sa Mamamayan Inc.

Ang Galing Pinoy

Ang Laban ng Indihinong Filipino

Angat Antas Kabuhayan Pilipino Movement

Angat Ating Kabuhayan

Arts Business and Science Professional

Asosasyon ng Maliliit na Negosyanteng Gumaganap Inc.

Association of Administrators, Professionals and Seniors

Babae Para sa Kaunlaran

Bago National Cultural Society of the Philippines

Bagong Alyansang Tagapagtaguyod ng Adhikaing Sambayanan

Barangay Association for National Advancement and Transparency

Bigkis Pinoy Movement

Biyaheng Pinoy

Biyayang Bukid

Filipinos for Peace, Justice and Progress Movement

Hanay ng Aping Pinoy

Kapatiran ng mga Nakakulong na Walang Sala

Kasangga sa Kaunlaran Inc.

Kasosyo Producer-Consumer Exchange

Pwersa ng Bayaning Atleta

Sulong Barangay Movement

The True Marcos Loyalist Inc.

United Movement Against Drugs

Let us all work together or allow these unscrupulous characters like dirty rat scumbags climbing through the back door to forage for the peoples meager resources like gluttons scurrying for their share of the PORK BARREL. Help expose the Bogus Party List or forever whine and complain while forever sinking in the muck of dirty politics. Share what you know at the Bare the List site of Akbayan, or with any other organizations exposing these scam on the people.

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