Bloggers for freedom

We concerned Filipino bloggers stand for the rights to free expression and to free speech. And our first responsibility is to protect these rights.

We thus stand with Rappler, its right to exist, the rights of its working journalists and contributors, and the rights of its community of readers.

We stand against moves to silence and scare journalists, bloggers and media practitioners just because the President and his ardent supporters dislike their news and views.

Now is a time for making choices amid battles between truth and lies, debate and dissonance, democracy and dictatorship.

We sign our names here to tell everyone we have made a choice. We are bloggers for freedom.

Noemi Lardizabal-Dado | Tonyo Cruz | Loi Landicho | Jover Laurio | Helga Weber | Jesus Falcis | Dale Bacar | Rod Magaru | Ely Valendez | Marcelle Fabie | Karlo Mongaya | Raymond Palatino | Stefan Punongbayan | Jam Ancheta | Julius Mariveles | Inday Espina Varona | Fitz Villafuerte | Fritz Tentativa| Mykel Andrada | Carlos Celdran | Estan Cabigas | Enrico Dee | Melo Villareal | Acee Vitangcol | Czarina Maye Noche | Eugene Alvin Villar | Julius Rocas | Jon Limjap | Markku Seguerra | JM Mariano | JM Tuazon | Brian Ong | Flow Galindez | Jane Uymatiao | Johnn Mendoza | Reginald Agsalon | John Clifford Sibayan | Ramon Nocon | Mc Richard Viana Paglicawan | Saul de Jesus | Rhadem Camlian Morados | Yusuf Ledesma | Myk Mykapalaran Cruz | Tina Antonio | Renz Daniel de Vera | Alex Lapa | Tess Termulo | Zena Bernardo | James Romer V. Velina | Ricky Rivera | Mark Will Mayo Magallanes | Eyriche Cortez | RJ Barrete | Peachy Tan | Christian Melanie | Jann Medina | Carlo Arvisu | Reynaldo Pagsolingan Jr. | Dino Manrique

Published on January 19, 2018, Black Friday.

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