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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Blessed is Pure Love and Light


Someone who sent me a message led me to this video, 'The Temple of Archangel Gabriel'. The background music sounded familiar. It was the same background music I used for a video I created more than 7 years ago in 2009, 'Marinduque in My Heart', an earlier effort to promote Marinduque culture, history and tourism.



'Marinduque in My Heart'

Monday, April 24, 2017

21 years after the mining disaster DENR plans to file case vs Marcopper

Today, April 24 is Gina Lopez' second visit to Marinduque in two weeks. After the DENR raised anew public concerns three months ago over the integrity of the old earth dams of Marcopper when leaks were found in an old and rotten secret diversion tunnel installed in the 1970s, the department has remained mum on what it intended to do in the face of an 'imminent danger' residents are faced with.

Last month's protest rally in Marinduque.

Meanwhile, refiling of the Marinduque class suit against Barrick Gold in Canada after the 10-year old case was dismissed by the court in Nevada on jurisdictional ground, remains an unresolved issue. This, even as the former US outside legal counsel accompanied by a lawyer from DENR-MGB purportedly sent by Lopez recently turned up at the Sangguniang Panlalawigan in defense of the proposed MOA between the Provincial Government of Marinduque and the same US legal firm that handled the case in Nevada. 

Catholic prelates, environmental orgs, protest groups and the SP strongly rejected the said proposed MOA.

Now days before the CA decides on Lopez' confirmation comes a DENR 'plan' to sue Marcopper 21 years after the mining disaster?


DENR to file case vs Marcopper

By Carolyn Bonquin, ABS-CBN News

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources is planning for file a case against Marcopper Mining Corp. for the lingering effects of the disastrous 1996 spillage at its site in Marinduque, Environment Secretary Gina Lopez said Monday.

This as she returned to abandoned mining sites in the province to ensure that her rehabilitation plans would push through whether her appointment is confirmed or not. 

The Commission on Appointments (CA) is set to decide on her confirmation on May 2.

During her visit, Lopez introduced government officials that affected residents should approach if they would need help in rehabilitating mined out areas. She also talked to a representative of Consolidated Minings Inc. to secure a pledge to rehabilitate the site.

The environment chief said the department would file a case against Marcopper, not only for the remaining ecological damage, but also for the remaining effects of the 1996 spillage on residents. 

Those affected include 78 children afflicted with brain damage. 

"What I'm gonna do as DENR secretary is to make sure that money is downloaded. I'm gonna issue show cause order. Seventy-eight children with brain disease, Diyos ko naman di ba?" said Lopez.

The 1996 Marcopper incident, where mine tailings from a drainage tunnel spilled into the Boac river, remains to be the worst mining disaster in the country. 

Lopez could not say what will happen at her scheduled confirmation hearing, as some members of the CA have family interest in mining. Lopez, who has initiated a fierce campaign against destructive mining practices, is up against opposition from the mining industry. 

She said she would lay down various policies and do whatever she can with the remaining time she has before the hearing. 

"So since we do not know what's gonna happen, and while I'm still cabinet secretary, I want the world to see what's happening so we can put a stop to it," said Lopez.

"It cannot stop because one person is out. No matter what happens, it should go on."


Lopez today in her second Marinduque visit in two weeks.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Immortality


by brothers Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb 


So this is who I am
And this is all I know
And I must choose to live
For all that I can give
The spark that makes the power grow

But I will stand for one dream if I can
Symbol of my faith in who I am
But you are my only

And I must follow on the road that lies ahead
I won't let my heart control my head
But you are my only

And we don't say goodbye
We don't say goodbye
And I know what I've got to be...

Immortality
I make my journey through eternity
I keep the memory of you and me
Inside



Fulfill your destiny
It's there within the child
My storm will never end
My fate is on the wind
The king of hearts
The joker's wild

We don't say goodbye
We don't say goodbye
I'll make them all remember me

Cause I have found the dream that must come true
Every ounce of me must see it through
But you are my only

I'm sorry I don't have the role for love to play
Hand over my heart I'll find my way
I will make them give to me...

Immortality
There is a vision and a fire in me
I keep the memory of you and me
Inside

And we don't say goodbye
We don't say goodbye

In all my love for you
And what else we may do

We don't say goodbye...


Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Bagong barko ikokonekta na ang Romblon, Sibuyan, San Agustin, Banton, Marinduque (Cawit), Lucena



Ni Paul Jaysent Fos, Romblon News

Nagsimula nang maglayag ang barkong M/V Virgen De Penafrancia VII ng Starhorse Shipping Lines sa mga isla ng Romblon, Sibuyan, San Agustin, Banton, Marinduque, Lucena nitong Martes.
Narito ang kanyang full schedule:

Sa halagang P900 Lucena patungong Sibuyan ka na, habang P800 lang naman patungong Romblon at San Agustin at P750 naman patungong Banton.
P350 naman galing Cawit, Marinduque patungong Banton, San Agustin at Romblon, P500 naman patungong Sibuyan.
Kung galing Banton naman patungong San Agustin P300 lang, habang P350 patungong Romblon, at P400 patungong Sibuyan.
Ma rerelax ka rin sa biyahe dahil bagong bago ang barko gayun na rin sa mga amenities nito katulad ng mga bagong upuan, tatlong malalaking LED TV sa harapan, mini bar at restaurant.

Abandonadong minahan sa Mogpog at Santa Cruz nais gawing ecotourism area ng DENR

Tila nakikinig na ang DENR sa mga dalangin ng mga Marinduqueno

Marcopper mine site. Larawan ni Gina Lopez
ni Adrian Sto. Domingo, Marinduque News

BOAC, Marinduque – Matapos personal na makita ni Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Regina “Gina” Lopez ang naging epekto ng malawakang pagbaha ng tailings ng Marcopper sa ilog ng Mogpog at Boac, nais ng kanilang ahensya na gawin ang mga abandonadong minahan bilang ecotourism destination.
Ayon kay Lopez, makatutulong ang biochar upang mapanumbalik ang katabaan ng lupa sa pamamagitan ng uling. Epektibo umano ang ganitong pamamaraan upang muling mapagtaniman ang napabayaang lugar at malaki ang maaaring maitulong nito sa organikong pagsasaka.
Bukod pa rito, malaki rin ang magiging papel ng biochar sa pagpapabuti ng kalidad at dami ng tubig sa lupa.
Kagaya ng ginawa ng ahensya sa Surigao del Norte, hangad din ng DENR na magkaroon ng forest park sa mga lugar na inabandona matapos magsara ang mga minahan sa lalawigan.
Nangako rin ang kalihim ng kagawaran na tutulungan nilang bumuo ng ‘community organizers’ ang Provincial Environment and Natural Resources-Marinduque at ang Diyosesis ng Boac sa pangunguna ni Bishop Marcelino Antonio Maralit, para sa pagtatanim ng mga kawayan sa mga tabing ilog na makatutulong upang sipsipin ang mga mabibigat na metals na nakapaloob sa lupa.
Ang Boac at Mogpog River ay parehong may mapaminsalang mga kemikal. Larawan ni Gina Lopez

Dahilan sa mataas na antas ng mapaminsalang mga kemikal katulad ng cadmium, lead at copper na dumadaloy sa ilog ng barangay Hinapulan, Boac, magkakaroon din ng pagsusuri ang ahensya upang matunton kung saan mismo nagmumula ang mga elementong ito na nagiging sanhi nang pagkasugat sa mga paa ng mga batang tumatawid sa ilog patungong eskwelahan.
Ayon sa pag-aaral, ito rin ang naging dahilan ng pagkamatay ng mga isda sa ilog na naging ugat ng kawalan ng kabuhayan ng mga mangingisda sa lugar.
Inaasahan naman ng Marinduque Council for Environmental Concerns (Macec) na mabigyan agad ng konkretong rehabilitasyon ang ilog ng Boac, Mogpog at Calancan Bay sa bayan ng Santa Cruz. Mungkahi rin nila sa DENR na sana ay huwag nang hayaang magbukas muli ang Consolidated Mines Inc. (CMI) at Marcopper Mining Corporation.

Also read:

Declare Marcopper as abandoned mine site



Sunday, April 2, 2017

Lyn Angeles' thoughts on Bong Carrion as he is laid to rest

One of Bong Carrion's favorite photos 

From Lyn Angeles' FB timeline 

April 2, 2017 - JOSE ANTONIO "BONG" CARRION, our former Governor (Marinduque) is finally laid to rest/cremated.

I can not let this day pass without remembering this man whose official entrance to Marinduque politics as Governor in 1995 seemed to coincide with my own "baptism of fire" as a young Municipal Councilor in Mogpog also in 1995. But though subsequently, I served as Provincial Board Member for 3 terms, I never got the chance to work with him closely at the provincial government. Inspite of many opportunities, hindi kami nagkakasabay mag-serve at the capitol. He invited me twice to join his political party during the 2001 and 2004 elections and was so kind to just understand and respect my decision to stay Independent. "He respects independent minds", he said. But my heart is so greatful for his kindness and confidence.

Just like any other administrations, his leadership may have its own strengths and weaknesses... its own "ups and downs"... aspects that one may appreciate or not appreciate...

I never had the chance to work closely with Gov. Carrion but I agree with many others that this man had good VISION FOR MARINDUQUE.

HINDI SIGURO ALAM NG MARAMI subalit ang Marinduque ang ISA SA MGA UNANG LALAWIGAN SA BANSA na naghanda at nagkaroon ng isang SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (SEMP) na dumaan sa tamang proseso. He started facilitating for it in 1995 with the help of partner organizations/foundations and friends from the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP). 

As young Councilor during that time who was invited in many consultation activities for that purpose, I felt proud for my province and I told myself: AT LAST, THERE IS THIS LEADER WHO BELIEVED IN LONG TERM DEVELOPMENT PLANNING... IN A "ROAD MAP" FOR DEVELOPMENT... Para kase sa maraming pulitiko, HINDI USO ang ganitong pang-matagalang pagpapa-plano (Long-Term Plan) kung paano papaunlarin ang bayan... mas usual concern pa kung "paano uli mananalo sa susunod na election".



I was also witness to the importance he gave to different stakeholders and the very active involvement of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and of the Business and Private Sectors in the preparation of this SEMP as "development road map" for the province. For this IMPORTANT INITIATIVES OF GOV. CARRION, as Marinduquena, I could only respect him more. I told myself then that Marinduque in on the right track.

However, in 1998, when I was elected Provincial Board Member, I asked for the SEMP which I thought will be a good development guide for us at the provincial gov't. After all, we (and others) invested in that important document. It must be used... Yet, I was so surprised that at that time, almost nobody wanted to talk about it ... and SO SHOCKING that I can hardly get a final copy of gat document in any office during that time. The ABSURD REASON given me was that it was simply a "different administration" already.



Now, I asked myself, what if this SEMP, a pioneering initiative of Gov. Carrion was continued and used regardless of politics and political differences??? 

NAISIP KO LANG: Siguro may iba't ibang industriyang umusbong... Siguro mas maraming trabaho ang tao... Siguro maunlad ang turismo at agrikultura... Siguro mas may direksyon at mas maunlad ang Marinduque ngayon... Siguro... Siguro... Dahil hindi nangyari because some SOME PEOPLE JUST FOUND IT SO HARD TO RISE ABOVE POLITICS... above SELF... forgetting that it is not just about "Carrion" (whom they may perceive as a political rival/enemy during that time) but it is more about WHAT IS GOOD FOR MARINDUQUE and its people... Frustrating...

BUT at least for your VISION and for INITIATING what others deemed USELESS and IRRELEVANT --- a DIRECTION and DEVELOPMENT ROADMAP THAT THIS PROVINCE SO NEED... and for the SERVICE and FRIENDSHIP you shared with us, your fellow Marinduquenos:

MARAMING SALAMAT PO! BELOVED GOVERNOR JOSE ANTONIO "BONG" CARRION.

May Our Creator Have Mercy on You and Grant You Eternal Rest!

Friday, March 31, 2017

Bong Carrion would have said: Death is Nothing at All

Gov. Bong Carrion's wake. Photo: RD Gasan


Death Is Nothing At All

By Henry Scott-Holland

Death is nothing at all. 
It does not count. 
I have only slipped away into the next room. 
Nothing has happened. 

Everything remains exactly as it was. 
I am I, and you are you, 
and the old life that we lived so fondly together is untouched, unchanged. 
Whatever we were to each other, that we are still. 

Call me by the old familiar name. 
Speak of me in the easy way which you always used. 
Put no difference into your tone. 
Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow. 



Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes that we enjoyed together.
Play, smile, think of me, pray for me. 
Let my name be ever the household word that it always was. 
Let it be spoken without an effort, without the ghost of a shadow upon it. 

Life means all that it ever meant. 
It is the same as it ever was. 
There is absolute and unbroken continuity. 
What is this death but a negligible accident? 

Why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? 
I am but waiting for you, for an interval, 
somewhere very near, 
just round the corner. 



All is well. 
Nothing is hurt; nothing is lost. 
One brief moment and all will be as it was before. 
How we shall laugh at the trouble of parting when we meet again!

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Inquirer: Marcopper dam leaks threaten townsfolk

DOH-MIMAROPA warns about dam leaks 'threatening health and security of residents'. Regional director Eduardo Janairo talks about immediate 'interventions for effective cleanup of mine tailings' by planting Beema bamboo. But Marinduquenos have yet to hear what concrete action has been undertaken to address the leaks detected two months ago (January 2017),  in the Makulapnit Dam diversion tunnel of Marcopper.


Makulapnit Dam.


Marcopper dam leaks threaten townsfolk

by Tina G. Santos, Inquirer

“Worst-case scenario if these concerns are not properly addressed is to evacuate all residents out of the province,” Eduardo Janairo, DOH-Mimaropa regional director, said in a statement.

The Mines and Geosciences Bureau recently detected leaks in a diversion tunnel of Marcopper’s Makulapnit dam in Barangay Hinapulan in the capital town of Boac.

DENR team with Cong. Lord Allan Velasco, January 2017.
File photo.

Makulapnit dam was used to collect clean water from Hinapulan creek that the company used for mining copper.

Marcopper Mining Corp. shut down in 1996 after one of its drainage tunnels gave way, unleashing about 200 million tons of mine tailings into Boac River.

“We need to prepare a contingency plan to mitigate the effects of the Marcopper mining incident and to formulate immediate and concrete solutions to provide the necessary responses to the effects of the four-decade mining incident that has affected the health, livelihood and lives of residents in 20 barangays in Marinduque,” he said.

According to Janairo, interventions for the effective cleanup of mine tailings will be started immediately, which includes Phytoremediation—the planting of various trees like the Beema bamboo—to remove, transfer and destroy degradation of contaminants in soils, surface water and groundwater in affected areas.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Marinduque missing former Gov. Bong Carrion (1948-2017)

Former Governor of Marinduque, Jose Antonio 'Bong'  N. Carrion 

Gov. Jose Antonio "Bong" Nieva Carrion has died. The Philippine flag at the provincial capitol of Marinduque is now flying at half-mast.

Bong Carrion was elected governor of Marinduque in 1995 and served for a single term of 3 years (1995-1998). He got elected again after 9 years, holding that position from 2007-2010. One of his priority projects in education was an early childhood learning program for day-care kids in Marinduque's 227 day-care centers, one involving instructional software learning program that was challenged by his political opponents after having been implemented for three consecutive years from 2007.

Carrion is a great grandson of the late Lt. Gov. Juan Morente Nieva, who administered Marinduque from 1907-1916 when the island province was under the political jurisdiction as a sub-province of Tayabas (now Quezon).

It was during his term as governor of Marinduque when in early 1996, Bong Carrion spearheaded in cooperation with the governors of the island-provinces of the region the creation of a new socio-economic aggrupation acronymed MIMAROPA (for Or. Mindoro, Occ. Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan). It was to be the counterpart of the CALABARZON industrial growth area composed of the mainland provinces of Southern Luzon. Gov. Valencia of Or. Mindoro was then elected as chairman.

It was on May 17, 2002, by virtue of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo’s Executive Order No. 103, that Region IV was divided into Region IV-A (CALABARZON) and Region IV-B (MIMAROPA).


Philippine flag flies at half-mast at Marinduque's seat of government.
Photo taken March 29.



Gov. Jose Antonio N. Carrion's State of the Province Address, 2008


Communities in Marinduque remain peaceful and insurgency-free nearly a year after the internal security operations of the Armed forces of the Philippines (AFP) was turned over to the province’s Peace and Order Council (PPOC). The continuing peaceful status is attributed to the effective maintenance of security by the local government as well as the PPOC's observance of the provisions embodied in the Memorandum of Agreement. Marinduque was the first province to be declared insurgency-free by the AFP.

Gov. Carrion and AFP Southern Luzon Command Chief Roland Detabali after MOA signing.

Marinduque had 20 NPA affected barangays in 2004; this number reduced to zero by 2008. As for NPA’s strength, it had 47 armed members during the years 2004-2007 but had been reduced to zero by 2008.

“With the absence of NPA intimidation and terrorism in the province of Marinduque, the people began to experience progress as the business climate and tourist arrivals improve”, said Brig. Gen Francisco N. Cruz Jr, Civil Relations Service commander.



Excerpts:

Under President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo’s Strong Infrastructure Program Marinduque province is also the recipient of national road programs. The Balimbing-Bantay Road in Boac with a budget of 67-million pesos is almost completed; the Poblacion Torrijos-Maranlig road budgeted at 50-million pesos is 100% completed. These roads will finally connect Boac and Torrijos with the completion of the Hinapulan-Tumagabok bridge. 

Hinapulan-Tumagabok Bridge

Thanks to the efforts of DPWH under Secretary Ebdane and the good District Engr. Magtanggol Roldan, our people have not seen such determination so that these projects would not be haunted by ghosts.

Under the same program the Yook-Libas-Lipata road in Buenavista (82-million), that leads to Bellarocca Island Resort is now being concreted, intermittent sections of the circumferential road from Buenavista to Torrijos road are also being asphalted. In 2008 a total of 300-million pesos has been released for these projects and 130-million pesos during the first half of 2009.

Marinduque Airport after being non-operational for four years, is now being serviced by ZESTAIR since November 2008. SEAIR will soon fly their 19-seater LET aircrafts, and operations will not be hampered when the 161-million peso runway extension goes in full swing.


Marinduque Airport after being non-operational for four years, was serviced by ZESTAIR in November 2008.

The rehabilitation of Cawit Port, identified as a vital linkage connecting Marinduque to the Strong Republic Nautical Highway (Western Seaboard) as part of the Luzon Urban Beltway project, has been completed and opened last year. The route Cawit-Lucena and Cawit-San Juan is already being serviced with two shipping lines in operation: Montenegro and Star Horse Shipping Lines. During the Lenten season 7,107 Islands Cruise ship also called on the port a couple of times bringing in hundreds of tourists.

Cruise ship in Cawit Port
Sa TURISMO naman, naging higit na masigla ang pagsasagawa ng mga programa para sa pagpapalago ng turismo. 

Adventure-sports tourism.
Ibat-ibang adventure sports activities ang naganap upang palaganapin ang konsepto ng ecotourism sa Marinduque: mountain biking, motocross, airsoft war games, defensive shooting, hobies, marathon runs, scuba-diving at spelunking. 
Dahil sa mga gawaing ito nagkaroon ng pagkakataong makitang tuluyan ang potential ng ilang mga lugar para sa pagpapalaganap ng barangay-based tourism para sa kapakinabangan ng ating mga kababayan.

Isa dito ang  Luzon Datum Ecopark sa Hinanggayon at Argao na nakatakda ng gawing national landmark sa tulong ng NAMRIA at DENR.
Si Carrion kasama ang mga opisyal ng NAMRIA at DENR tungkol sa Luzon Datum Ecopark Development.
At sa unang pagkakataon nadiskubre ng cave exploration team ng ating provincial tourism office ang San Isidro Caves at Subterranean River. Maingat ang hakbang na dapat isagawa para ito mapanatili sa kasalukuyang kaanyuan.

Promotion ng San Isidro (Bagumbungan) Cave sa unang pagkakataon.


Nagkaroon ng pagkakataong ipakita ng ating mga kababayan ang ibat-ibang festivals na patuloy ang pagpapa-develop bilang pangturismong gawain. Naging daan ang pagpupugay sa “ARAW NG MARINDUQUE” na idineklara na ng Sangguniang Panlalawigan bilang isang ordinansa, upang patuloy na maibahagi ng ating mga kababayan, lalo na ng mga kabataan, ang kanilang kagalingan sa lahat ng bagay na may kinalaman sa kultura at sining.

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