“Ayaw namin ng Nukleyar” this was the sentiment running through the hundreds of green-clad anti-BNPP gathered to commemorate the historic Welgang Bayan Laban sa Plantang Nukleyar of 1985. According to Nuclear Free Bataan Movement Chairperson Monsignor Tony Dumaual, the 1985 Welgang Bayan (WB) represents the vigor with which Filipinos fought against the commissioning of the … Continue reading
On June 20, 1985, the province of Bataan was witness to the biggest protest-action directed against the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP), also known as the infamous “Monster of Morong”. That day was the tail-end of a three-day protest dubbed Welgang Bayan Laban sa Plantang Nukleyar that drew an estimated 33,000 concerned Filipinos from all … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon, elements of 303rd PMG nabbed anti-nuke activist Archie Bathan in Samal Bataan, while waiting for an anti-nuke youth forum. In the process, the military ‘discovered’ arms and subversive documents allegedly in his possession. We strongly condemn the attack against anti-nuke activist Archie Bathan, a leader of Youth for Nationalism and Democracy (YND)-Bataan. The … Continue reading
PHILIPPINES — Hundreds of cyclists from Manila and Central Luzon have set off today on a historic tour from the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant to the House of Representatives in a bid to gather and deliver a petition opposing nuclear power signed by thousands of concerned Filipino citizens. Dubbed the “Energy Revolution Bike Ride,” the … Continue reading
Above is a video of the song Dambuhala sa Morong which was composed by the NUKLUS Band, an alternative and progressive rock band that performed during the 80’s. The song “Dambuhala Sa Morong” was originally written in 1980 which became the battle-cry of the Philippine anti-nukes movement. Click here to read a blog about the … Continue reading
This video was taken from Noel’s live performance at Conspiracy Garden Cafe a couple of weeks ago.
Greenpeace today marked the anniversary of the world’s worst nuclear power plant disaster with a solemn candle-lighting ceremony to protest the proposed revival of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP). Calling for safe energy for the Philippines , supporters and volunteers of the environment group lit more than 2,000 candles which spell the words “No … Continue reading
In celebration of Earth Day today, members of APL-Youth around the country will reaffirm their commitment to protect and to nurture the deteriorating environment by staging a protest actions against a proposed law in Congress that seeks to revive the country’s mothballed nuclear plant. Click here to read more