War is a dangerous word

September 22, 2012

Taken in front of the headquarters of the 101st Infantry Batallion, it illustrates the hypocrisy of publicly denouncing war but committing human rights violations in its name. There have been more than 100 extrajudicial killings recorded under the current administration, including the priest Pops Tentorio, an anti-mining advocate gunned down by paramilitary groups in Arakan Valley, North Cotabato (Jenifer Cardo)

Taken in front of the headquarters of the 101st Infantry Batallion, this photo illustrates the hypocrisy of the military in publicly denouncing war but committing human rights violations in its name. There have been more than 100 extrajudicial killings recorded under the current administration. This includes the well-loved priest Pops Tentorio, an anti-mining advocate gunned down by paramilitary groups in Arakan Valley, North Cotabato. (Jenifer Cardo)