Saturday, February 21, 2009

Feb 22 on Rock Ed Radio >> Mga nasa EDSA.

Let's hear it from the boys of EDSA. College and law school students of 1986 come back on air to tell us about the days of this revolution.

Atty Gao Pronove, UP Law School Govt President, 1986. His friends Chris Belardo, Henry Atayde, and a few other friends will come and share those fateful four days and what they remember.
Let's add a little texture to what you've read on history books.
Shall we?


Any questions?










29 comments:

Anonymous said...

of all places, bakit sa edsa? -anton

Anonymous said...

di ba kayo tinamad or nainis dahil sa sobrang daming tao, masikip, tulakan, magulo?

tikas said...

Andun ako nung People Power 1. masarap maging pinoy talaga nung mga oras na yun. I was at Edsa 2 din. But definitely not at Edsa 3. Nakakabuang isipin na nawalan na ng saysay ang ipinaglaban ng marami.

tikas said...

Nakalimutan nyo pa noong ilibing si Ninoy kinagabihan ang simula ng noise barage every 8pm.

Anonymous said...

Isa din po ba kayo sa mga nabomba nung mga tank sa Edsa?

gizado of alabang said...

Bakit mas mukhang lumubha ang sitwasyon ng Pinas nung pumalit si Cory?

gizado of alabang said...

Bakit palagi nalang ginagamit ang People Power para pumalit ang mas masagwang mukha ng pulitika?

Anonymous said...

Tama po yung mga guests. Sobrang dami ng story sa Edsa. Yung tatay ko lagi nagkukuwento kung pano sila binobomba! Sana yung mga nangyayari dati na pagkakaisa mangyari ulit ngayon para mapatalsik yung mga bulok na politicians.

angel said...

Good evening Rock Ed. Nice set of guests tonight. When I was in highschool in Quezon Province, our history teacher told us that EDSA 1 was insane and that Marcos didn't do anything bad. I think it's due to the gov't control over media during the Marcos regime. People from the provinces dodn't really know what was actually happening at the capital. My uncle, who was an activist, never went home one night. I'm wondering of he's contented on the outcome of EDSA wherever he is now.

jei said...

Tingin nyo po ba posible pang magkaron ng isa pang successful na People Power revolution?

Anonymous said...

umubha ang sitwasyon dahil na rin sa mga walang kwentang media men. Well, some of the media men. Abante and other tabloids and Noli De Castro are classic examples.

Anonymous said...

Good evening. Bakit po magkakaroon ng pagbabago, eh ginamit po ang revolution para mapatalsik ang namumuno!

Anonymous said...

Good evening. Bakit po magkakaroon ng pagbabago, eh ginamit po ang revolution para mapatalsik ang namumuno!

Anonymous said...

Good evening. Bakit po magkakaroon ng pagbabago, eh ginamit po ang revolution para mapatalsik ang namumuno!

Anonymous said...

Sabi po ng tatay ko, ok naman si Marcos dahil mababa ang mga bilihin. Yung pagiging diktador daw nya yung nagpapangit sa panunungkulan nya.

badoodles said...

I was only grade 6 during EDSA 1. Wala ako dun kasi nasa military dad ko. Pero alam ko na Marcos and his cronies were all evil and plundered this country..still happening now.

huling takipsilim said...

Good evening po. I just want to ask the equally valiant guests - how did the significant event transformed their personal lives? Salamat po.

Anonymous said...

How did you respond t othe people who mocked and bugged you when you were in the streets rallying?

Anonymous said...

Question po para sa mga guests: Sino yung palagay nyo na politician sa ngayon ang dapat maging presidente? Bakit?

kenneth said...

Dapat na mangyari ay revolution from within/ Di sapat ang people power. Kelangan ng revolution ng sarili para magkaroon ng tunay na pagbabago.

elmar ng san mateo said...

Sa tingin nyo po, mangyayari pa ba ang mala-EDSA 1 sa panahon ngayon?

gardo of muntinlupaI ' said...

Pero totoo bang pinayaman ni Marcos ang Pilipinas? At tinawag ang Pilipinas na tiger country ng asia?

jei said...

I really hope the youth of todat can still pull up something like EDSA 1. My friends who young professionals would talk about chris brown and rhianna, the nba finals or their love stories, rather than what's happening in the country.

huling takipsilim said...

Nagsisimula ang rebolusyon sa isang pangarap na pagbabago at dapat matapos ito sa katuparan ng pangarap na yun. Pero dapat isaalang-alang ang epekto nito at ang responsibilidad ng bawat isa saa kanyang sarili, kapwa, bayan at sa Diyos para itaguyod and karapatan nito. Mabuhay po ang mga Pilipinong naging bahagi ng KASAYSAYAN! Mabuhay po kayo!

Anonymous said...

Kung makukuha daw natin yung Swiss account ni Marcos meron daw ang bawat pinoy na tag-isang milyon?

Anonymous said...

Good evening po. I think feeling lang natin na lumaya tayo because of EDSA 1. Pero ang totoo? Nabaon lang tayo lalo sa kahirapan.

Angel Catapusan said...

Kudos to everyone from RockEd and RockEd Radio!

Nice job with last Sunday's episode! It was one of the most touching episodes of RockEd Radio (aside from the CARP and Ha Homonhon).

Keep it up!

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