The tale of the Aquino-owned hell on earth - The Daily Sentry

Saturday, May 12, 2018

The tale of the Aquino-owned hell on earth

The Aquino Siblings | Photo CTTO
Today, I remember trafficked farmers of Hacienda Luisita.

I will keep telling their stories till Justice is served.

I look at this photo and I don’t know about you but what I see is a bunch of human beings. I bet you do too.
Farmers from the Hacienda Luisita | Photo CTTO
I don’t see them any different from me.

Apparently not so with the Cojuangco-Aquinos of Hacienda Luisita who recruited them from far off Mindanao with the promise of work that would pay them 500 bucks a day. An enticing pay that hundreds of them walked in to the trap and left their families last November.
Corazon and Ninoy Aquino | Photo CTTO
When the dust had settled, the highest they were paid was 160 pesos a WEEK. Often it went down to as low as 40 pesos a week. And they were woken up at 2 or 3 am and in the dark, start the backbreaking work of harvesting sugar cane--- where they were paid by the tons of sugar cane they could harvest instead of by the day as they were promised.


They were made to pay for the food they were fed—rotten sardines, noodles and most days, nothing!-- so they had to scrounge around in the basurahan of the Aquino Cojuangcos—amidst the soiled sanitary napkins and toilet paper.

The going rate of the rice fed them was 6000 bucks per sack of rice ---the amount of which was deducted from their 50 peso-a-week take home pay. And they were kept under lock and key so they couldn’t just walk out of the joint and say, “I have had enough. Pakyu Noynoy Panot!”
Noynoy Aquino | Photo CTTO
But escape they did. And they found their way to the DSWD through the kindest of souls: husband and wife, Ricky Medenilla and Pia Castro—kind strangers who saw them sleeping in the streets near Aguinaldo (they were turned away there. Argh.) and took them into their homes, fed them and brought them to us.

As a kid I loved reading stories about slavery in the US. I just had no idea this sh!t still existed under our very noses.

And you know what’s the sh!ttiest part in it for me?

Apart from the Cojuangcos distancing themselves from this, I am betting. The oligarchs do not want to dirty their hands. That's a given. They let their minions do the dirty job for them.

So the sh!ttiest part for me is how the MOST they get from this now is a bus ticket home care of the DSWD.
Bam Aquino | Photo CTTO
Yes home is a big thing. HUGE. To be back in the embrace of their families after the hell called Hacienda Luisita.

But if all they get out of this is a bus ticket home, then we’re all f*cked.

Yes, I love that, in the embrace of DSWD, they got fed, listened to, comforted –TREATED LIKE THE HUMAN BEINGS THEY ARE--and that arrangements were made ora mismo to get them back home.

But if this is all we gun for, not JUSTICE, not INDEMNIFICATION, then we are so lost.

I want justice for them. I want them paid over and beyond what they were promised—for all the grief, all the abuses, all the hardships they’ve had to endure in the hands of the greedy oligarchs. A case has been filed against Hacienda Luisita and it is in the DOLE. I want us all to be so invested in it and watch it with eagle eyes.
The Aquino Sisters
I want the COJUANGCO-AQUINOS brought to justice and to be made to answer for all the crimes they have committed against the Filipino people.

Seriously, how does one sleep at night knowing you got wealthy on the backs of the toiling masses? And that you have caused unrelenting grief and despair on the most vulnerable?

How does one enjoy living off BLOOD MONEY? Noynoy Aquino— tell me how do you sleep at night? TELL ME PLEASE. I WANT TO KNOW!

Because it is such a f*cking mystery to me.
Lorraine Marie T. Badoy | Photo CTTO
Source: Lorraine Marie T. Badoy