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    Default My reflections on my 2nd month of Calvary, Paying the price of Truth by Jun Lozada

    My reflections on my 2nd month of Calvary
    Paying the price of Truth
    By Jun Lozada

    Life in the Hot Seat

    I left Manila for Hong Kong upon the instruction of the office of
    the Executive Secretary with the person of Deputy Executive
    Secretary Gaite arranging the ante‐dating of my documents with DENR
    Sec. Lito Atienza to legitimize my travel to avoid my appearance at
    the Senate last Jan. 29, 2008. It is now exactly two months from
    that fateful January morning to today March 29, 2008, two calendar
    months time but almost equivalent to an entire lifetime for me and
    my family, for our former tranquil family life is now like a mirage
    in the desert, it may appear to be there but only to disappear when
    you come closer to it.

    Why did they want to kill me?

    The GMA administration must have really feared so much what I know
    of the corruption under her administration that when I came back to
    Manila last Feb. 05, 2008, I was taken forcibly by unidentified men
    led by a man which I would know later as Gen. Atutubo, the Asst.
    Gen. Mngr. Of the NAIA for Security, the same man who made a
    slashing gesture on his neck when turn around to face the CCTV
    camera at the NAIA, I was brought by these mystery men to Cavite and
    Laguna with intention to kill me and silenced me for good. How I
    survived was a story of grit and divine grace, how my wife and my
    sister was able to contact & be put "on the air" by the radio
    stations after they were alerted by our brother who was trying to
    pursue me from the NAIA, how the religious reacted when I was lost
    and how the Senate President demanded from the PNP to produce me was
    something that nobody can put together , but in the end it was Media
    that actually saved my life as I have heard it myself "Ibalik na
    natin to at masyado na raw mainit ang media", Thank you Media,
    especially the AM radio and TV for looking for me that fateful
    afternoon of February 05 of 2008.

    The lies begins

    I was forced to write in my own handwriting an official request for
    security addressed to the Chief PNP Gen. Sonny Razon by the
    unidentified men upon instruction given over the phone by their
    superior, who was the same person who angrily told me to stop
    texting my location and turn off my phone, who introduced himself to
    me as George. I remembered Sec. Atienza calling up the man and asked
    that the phone be handed to me, to tell me that everything is ok and
    that I am free to go home, then Sec. Neri called me up as well to
    tell me to calm down my wife because its creating a media hype
    already. But my captors have a different idea, they brought me
    instead to Libis, Q.C. and there I met a lawyer hired by Deputy
    Executive Secretary Manny Gaite of Malacaň ang to draft my false
    affidavit and be forced to sign it under duress of Col. Paul
    Mascariň as of the PNP the following day, while at the same time,
    Gen. Razon the PNP Chief was busy changing his story of where I was
    and how I ended up in their custody, up until the very end when I
    spoke with Mike Defensor who was convincing me to have a press
    conference to deny that I was abducted and deny any involvement with
    the NBN ZTE deal, kasi nasasaktan na si Mam o kung kokontra ka
    eh "tatrabuhin ka lang naman naming sa media!", a threat which is in
    full steam and venom right now, courtesy of malacaň ang mercenaries
    disguised as journalist and their special operatives handlers. This
    highly paid group has successfully buried the kidnapping and
    attempted rub‐out case under a rubble of lies that they unceasingly
    manufacture against me, from poison letters, komiks, media attacks
    to black propaganda special operatives, waiting to pounce on every
    opportunity they can to destroy the trust that the public may have
    given me.

    The Reluctant witness, I do not want to be a Hero!

    The first Senate hearing was really a gut wrenching experience, I
    was physically exhausted from lack of sleep for almost a week, I was
    not able to eat well for two days before the hearing, my nerves are
    wracked from psychological tension, I was afraid of the consequences
    of what I am going to say for myself, my family, my career, my
    reputation and my future. And I was fearful of what the GMA cabal
    will do to me for what I was about to do, knowing fully well their
    vindictiveness on their enemies which I was to become.

    My hands were shaking when I was taking the oath to tell the truth
    to God and to the country, it was almost ten hours of agonizing
    discourse with the senators, with questions ranging from the
    profound to the ridiculous, some with empathy some with malice and
    spite, altogether it was an experience that I do not wish upon
    anyone else.

    The succeeding ones were not as grueling as the first but as
    demanding in terms of defending the truth from those who attacked it
    and wish to destroy it with their lies, I was at first polite being
    once a colleague of these men, but was forced to be more resolute in
    rebutting their lies when they shamelessly heaped upon the senators
    and the viewing public lies upon lies upon lies, which they
    themselves were contradicting in their own testimonies. I must admit
    that I was ambivalent between having pity on them for what they were
    doing against their conscience and scorn for them for blatant kapal
    ng mukha in telling all of these lies as if all the Filipino are
    stupid, at the end, I just left all to God who knows the truth even
    in the hearts of men and prayed that I just be left in his peace
    despite all the fury around me.

    The Days between the hearings, invitations to speak!

    The Association of the Major Religious Superiors of the Philippines,
    known as the AMRSP, who provided the Sanctuary to my young family
    and moral support to me during the entire period from Feb. 05, 08 to
    the present, started receiving invitations from the different
    schools and universities beginning initially from members of the
    Catholic Educators Association of the Philippines, known as CEAP,
    then even from non-sectarian universities such as the Polytechnic
    University of the Philippines (PUP) and the Phil. Normal University
    (PNU), then a series of Sunday masses called the "Mass for Truth"
    was launched by the Watch, Pray and Act movement (WPA), The
    Religious of the AMRSP consulted the Blue Ribbon Committee if I
    would be allowed to go to these activities, which the senate agreed
    to allow under the condition that the Senate Security be given the
    overall security responsibility for my safety.

    No Strategy, No Campaign

    There is no strategy or a campaign, it was just a spontaneous
    response to an outpouring of support from the different sectors of
    society particularly from the youth. We don't even have a prepared
    speech when we go to the schools just for me to be physically
    present is sometimes enough for the youth to feel in solidarity with
    what I did and what I stood for and that is "No more to corruption
    and greed!".

    There is no guideline either, sometimes we get to face a boisterous
    mob, sometimes we get to face a few people listening intently.
    Government propagandist are alarmed with the kind of warm reception
    I am having from the young people and they are immediately
    countering with all sorts of black propaganda that I am now on the
    political campaign trail for 2010, and to my surprise many people
    did actually buy this propaganda until they actually spoke with me
    and realized that they were again fooled once again by the sorcerer
    of the administration. As I have said many times over, all I want is
    to do after this is over and I'm hopefully in one piece is to put up
    a chicken inasal business, but on a more serious note, let me
    categorically state that I am not running for any electoral position
    on 2010.

    No Politico, No Funding

    One of the favourite lie by the GMA administration that is being
    ably spread by the National Security Council and its religious
    cohorts headed by Norberto Gonzales, is that I am a pakawala of
    certain politicians particularly Lacson & De Venicia, that I am
    receiving funds from these politicians handlers. I use to take it
    lightly until some of my close friends in the religious community
    who were attending theology classes being handled by the ideological
    twin of Gonzales in a university in katipunan, started telling me of
    how this Priest professor was actually using wiretapped
    conversations of me to deceive his students in moral theology that
    Jun Lozada is such a wily person who has outwitted the entire nation
    by staging his own kidnapping, rescue and even his senate
    appearance, and in the process has fooled the entire government
    machinery and its big wigs such as Sec. Atienza, Mike Defensor,
    Manny Gaite, Atty. Tony Bautista, Gen. Sonny Razon, The PSG, The
    PNP's Col. Mascariň as and his minions, what a tall tale this
    religious is telling, sobrang galing ko naman na malansi ko lahat
    itong mga madudunong na taong ito at sabay sabay pa. Then I was told
    that he is doing the same presentation when he does the retreat for
    some religious congregation, that is why I am now not surprised when
    officiating priests in our celebration of the mass will show me
    texts from their brother priests telling them not to be used by
    Lozada and his politician handlers, and much to my relief these
    priests who have actually heard me share my personal reflections
    would assure me that they will be the one to set right their
    misinformed brothers of their community.

    In fact one of the best kept secret of my present predicament which
    I was not sharing with the public until I had the permission of the
    AMRSP is that one of the conditions of their sanctuary protection
    being provided for my family, is that I should not be associated
    with any political party or with any political figure or else they
    will be forced to take us out of their sanctuary program. I am 24/7
    together with the religious brothers and sisters of the AMRSP who
    monitors who comes to visit and where I can go, I guess those who
    are not sure if they are being misled by these government
    propagandist can easily verify this information by calling the AMRSP
    National Office at 725-3478 and look for Sr.Estrella Castalone, FMA,
    Sr. Cres Lucero, SFIC or Sr. Mary John Mananzan, OSB.

    All expense for our trips are to be paid for by the organization who
    invites us, is one of the major conditions for our acceptance of an
    invitation.

    Public smiles, Private agonies

    The media portrays me in a smiling and seemingly enjoying a new
    found fame in the public eye, but what media fails to portray is the
    private sufferings of myself and my family from the ceaseless
    harassment from death threats, character demolition, legal suits to
    black propaganda, the pain of seeing my children crying their hurts
    out upon seeing the news of my past mistake, the frustration to see
    my boys lost out their academic honors because they were able to go
    school for almost a month, to share the pain of my children who were
    ostracized by their barkada's parents at baka madamay pa sila sa
    gulo ni Lozada, the discomfort of not being able to stay in your own
    home, the fear for the physical security of my family, the
    insecurity of not being able to work out a living with a family to
    raise and the uncertainty of having a normal family life ever again.

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    Default Re: My reflections on my 2nd month of Calvary, Paying the price of Truth by Jun Lozad

    To those who gets turned off when they see me on media portrayed
    like a politico, ako po ay humihingi ng paumanhin dahil ako ay
    walang training o pagsasanay, pero kayo kaya lumagay sa kalagayan
    ko? Pinagdudusahan ko na nga at ng aking pamilya ang pasiya kong
    maglingkod sa Bayan, ako pa ang sisihin ninyo dahil nakangiti ako
    pag nasa labas? I do not want to be self righteous, but may I ask
    you to reflect on these questions before you judge me?

    • What have you done to correct corruption?
    • What have you given up to fight corruption?
    • What have you gained from corruption?
    • What have you done to uplift the victims of corruption?

    Or are you one of those who will simply turn your back on corruption
    without trying to correct and you rationalize your inaction to fight
    corruption with such thoughts as "basta ako mabuti, hayaan mo na
    silang masasama dyan" or "Hayaan mo na sila baka madamay pa tayo sa
    gulo" and other similar excuses?

    Sharing my Personal Reflections, Let the light into the Dark

    Let me share with you now in writing my personal reflections similar
    to what I share with the students and parishioners when I talked to
    them during my visit, an act purely out of my own personal
    conviction as a Christian, of living up to the teaching "Love your
    neighbour as you love yourself".

    What is it in these reflections that the administration propagandist
    find so alarming I really do not know, although I suspect that they
    are afraid that these reflections may encourage many more people to
    go to the Light and uphold the truth that they know as well, and in
    the process shed light on the darkness that pervades the government
    and expose more of these corrupt transactions that has long been
    kept from the people.

    Here is the first of the four lessons that I share with the people
    that they may avoid the same suffering that I am undergoing through
    right now because of my decision to tell the piece of truth that I
    know about the NBN ZTE deal.

    1. If you know someone who wants to tell the truth, encourage them –
    Because from my own personal experience, nobody told me or encourage
    me to tell the truth when I was seeking the advice of my family,
    friends, colleagues, including the religious. What was worse is that
    I was even the one that was being asked to defend and justify my
    position why I wanted to tell the truth. I felt so alone then and
    sad that in our society, kung sino pa ang gusting magsabi ng totoo,
    siya pa ang dapat magpaliwanag bakit, hindi ba baliktad? Hindi ba
    ang dapat ay ang mga nagsisinungaling ang dapat pinag papaliwanag
    natin? Katulad ngayon, ako ang nagsabi ng totoo pero ako ang
    nagtatago kasama pati pamilya, samantalang yung mga nagsisinungaling
    ay malayang nakakauwi sa mala‐palasyon g bahay nila, malayang
    nakakapunta sa mga gusto nilang puntahan, malayang kasuhan ako ng
    kahit na anong kasinungalingan, pero walang humihingi sa kanila na
    ipaliwanag nga nila yung mga balu‐baluktot na testimonia nila sa
    Senado. Napakalungkot na kalagayan na ito para isang bayan
    naturingan pang karamihan ay Kristiyano. Ipakita po natin sa ating
    kapwa na tayo ay handang sumuporta at umalalay sa mga gustong gumawa
    ng mabuti at mag sabi ng totoo.

    2. Do not tolerate corruption, because by tolerating it you are
    actually participating in it – The second lesson I have learned is
    that in our Filipino society of today, we tolerate corruption and
    crime as long as our family is not affected. We tolerate corruption
    and crime in the name of peace, yung attitude na huwag ka ng
    makialam at baka madamay pa tayo. We tolerate corruption and crime
    by rationalizing that as long as we mean well to our fellowmen & in
    all self righteousness washed our hands with these crimes by
    saying "basta tayong pamilya ay mabuti hayaan mo na silang masasama
    gawin ang kalokohan nila!". It is similar to turning your back when
    you see a victim being raped, you knew a crime is being committed
    but you did nothing dahil baka madamay ka pa sa gulo, at nagsawalang
    kibo ka ulit nung nakita mong ninanakawan at pinapatay yung ibang
    tao sa ibang parte ng bansa, tapos nagsawalang kibo ka ulit nung
    ninakawan at napatay yung kapitbahay mo, ng dumating ang araw na
    ikaw at ang pamilya mo naman ang nabiktima ng mga magnanakaw at
    mamatay tao, nakita mo na wala ring kumibo para tulungan ka at iyong
    pamilya. Ganito na ang kalagayan n gating lipunan, wala ng
    Samaritanong gusting tumulong sa mga nabibiktima ng mga magnanakaw
    at mamamatay tao. What is worse with tolerating corruption is that
    those who tolerate it later on becomes part of the corruption, after
    a little more while then they become the purveyor of corruption
    themselves, kasi yan na lang ang paraan para umasenso. Ipakita natin
    na tayong mga Pilipino ay kayang kumilos laban sa mga masasama at
    pwedeng mamuhay ng marangal at Malaya laban sa korupsyon.

    3. Teach the children to listen to their conscience and model to
    them acts of integrity – This is one of the lessons I learned from
    my interaction with the young people during my initial school visits
    and this question was commonly asked by the youth in different
    schools, "Sir Jun, among all the people we saw and heard on TV
    regarding the NBN‐ZTE deal, you are the one naman that we believe
    who is telling us the truth, but what we can not understand is why
    are you doing it? You have put your life in danger, you have put
    your family in harms way, you have lost your job, even your future
    is uncertain, why are you doing it? What will you get something in
    return? This question which is often asked with curious innocence
    and with no evident malice, which often will lead me to answer them
    that in life, there are certain things you must do because it is the
    right thing to do, because it is what your conscience dictates to be
    the right thing to do and often lead you to act in an honourable
    way, into an act of integrity and you do it without any
    consideration of money or material things in exchange. In fact, when
    I asked them if they still talk about honour & integrity with their
    parents, most of them will say "no!", that is why it is important
    that parents should provide the children with a good role model.
    Although it may true that I did not receive money, material things
    or power in exchange for what I I did, I told them that I have
    receive something that is more valuable in return and that is the
    genuine affection of strangers, including the trust and respect of
    many people particularly the youth, I told them that no amount of
    money can ever buy the affection, trust & respect of the people.

    4. You must accept your own truths as you go to the light of truth –
    More than the fear for my life, more than the fear for the safety of
    my family, more than the fear for my career and my livelihood, was
    the fear that if I decide to hold the light of truth, I cannot avoid
    being the first one to be shone upon by its light, I cannot avoid
    that my own blemishes in life, my secrets be exposed to the public.
    It was this fear of laying the truth of your entire life to the
    public, of accepting with humility the confession of your own truth
    to the entire nation, it was the greatest fear I have to overcome in
    wanting to tell the piece of truth that I possess in the NBN‐ZTE
    deal. Sino ba namang tao ang tumanda na walang nagawang kasalanan?
    But go on ahead with the truth, no matter how painful and difficult
    it may be, because based on my experience I have found that people
    and God are willing to forgive as long as you decide to go to the
    light, as long as you decide to tell the truth.

    These are my reflections of my ordeal and the lessons I have learned
    over the last two months as a result of my decision to tell the
    truth of what I know about the NBN‐ZTE deal, with the aim of
    encouraging other people as well to come to the Light and allow the
    Light into their hearts that have been darkened by lies, evil and
    deceit, which has contributed to the poverty and suffering of our
    people.

    Seeking the truth & Demanding for accountability & justice

    I want to end this reflection paper with the same thought that I
    started with Seeking out the Truth, the people should exercise their
    sovereign right, the highest right of a Nation for this
    administration to put out the remaining pieces of the picture of
    truth of the NBN‐ZTE deal, I have paid and I'm still paying a very
    high price for the piece of truth that I have put out for the people
    to see. The failure of this administration to let out the other
    pieces of truth being held by the government, should lead to a
    demand for accountability by those who will be found betraying the
    trust of the people, for without truth and accountability there will
    be no justice in the land.
    I have now come to realize, this is not about Jun Lozada, it is
    about every Filipino fighting for what is right against an unjust
    order, it is about every Filipino demanding from its government the
    truth amidst the lies & deceit, its about every Filipino rallying to
    battle against the evil that has long imprisoned the Filipino people.

    And I have now finally understood what is the meaning of my
    sufferings for, I have paid the price of telling the Filipino
    something they have known all along and yet do not want to be told.

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    Default Re: My reflections on my 2nd month of Calvary, Paying the price of Truth by Jun Lozad

    Quote Originally Posted by kerstinne25 View Post
    To those who gets turned off when they see me on media portrayed
    like a politico, ako po ay humihingi ng paumanhin dahil ako ay
    walang training o pagsasanay, pero kayo kaya lumagay sa kalagayan
    ko? Pinagdudusahan ko na nga at ng aking pamilya ang pasiya kong
    maglingkod sa Bayan, ako pa ang sisihin ninyo dahil nakangiti ako
    pag nasa labas? I do not want to be self righteous, but may I ask
    you to reflect on these questions before you judge me?

    What have you done to correct corruption?
    What have you given up to fight corruption?
    What have you gained from corruption?
    What have you done to uplift the victims of corruption?

    Or are you one of those who will simply turn your back on corruption
    without trying to correct and you rationalize your inaction to fight
    corruption with such thoughts as "basta ako mabuti, hayaan mo na
    silang masasama dyan" or "Hayaan mo na sila baka madamay pa tayo sa
    gulo" and other similar excuses?

    Sharing my Personal Reflections, Let the light into the Dark

    Let me share with you now in writing my personal reflections similar
    to what I share with the students and parishioners when I talked to
    them during my visit, an act purely out of my own personal
    conviction as a Christian, of living up to the teaching "Love your
    neighbour as you love yourself".

    What is it in these reflections that the administration propagandist
    find so alarming I really do not know, although I suspect that they
    are afraid that these reflections may encourage many more people to
    go to the Light and uphold the truth that they know as well, and in
    the process shed light on the darkness that pervades the government
    and expose more of these corrupt transactions that has long been
    kept from the people.

    Here is the first of the four lessons that I share with the people
    that they may avoid the same suffering that I am undergoing through
    right now because of my decision to tell the piece of truth that I
    know about the NBN ZTE deal.

    1. If you know someone who wants to tell the truth, encourage them
    Because from my own personal experience, nobody told me or encourage
    me to tell the truth when I was seeking the advice of my family,
    friends, colleagues, including the religious. What was worse is that
    I was even the one that was being asked to defend and justify my
    position why I wanted to tell the truth. I felt so alone then and
    sad that in our society, kung sino pa ang gusting magsabi ng totoo,
    siya pa ang dapat magpaliwanag bakit, hindi ba baliktad? Hindi ba
    ang dapat ay ang mga nagsisinungaling ang dapat pinag papaliwanag
    natin? Katulad ngayon, ako ang nagsabi ng totoo pero ako ang
    nagtatago kasama pati pamilya, samantalang yung mga nagsisinungaling
    ay malayang nakakauwi sa mala‐palasyon g bahay nila, malayang
    nakakapunta sa mga gusto nilang puntahan, malayang kasuhan ako ng
    kahit na anong kasinungalingan, pero walang humihingi sa kanila na
    ipaliwanag nga nila yung mga balu‐baluktot na testimonia nila sa
    Senado. Napakalungkot na kalagayan na ito para isang bayan
    naturingan pang karamihan ay Kristiyano. Ipakita po natin sa ating
    kapwa na tayo ay handang sumuporta at umalalay sa mga gustong gumawa
    ng mabuti at mag sabi ng totoo.

    2. Do not tolerate corruption, because by tolerating it you are
    actually participating in it The second lesson I have learned is
    that in our Filipino society of today, we tolerate corruption and
    crime as long as our family is not affected. We tolerate corruption
    and crime in the name of peace, yung attitude na huwag ka ng
    makialam at baka madamay pa tayo. We tolerate corruption and crime
    by rationalizing that as long as we mean well to our fellowmen & in
    all self righteousness washed our hands with these crimes by
    saying "basta tayong pamilya ay mabuti hayaan mo na silang masasama
    gawin ang kalokohan nila!". It is similar to turning your back when
    you see a victim being raped, you knew a crime is being committed
    but you did nothing dahil baka madamay ka pa sa gulo, at nagsawalang
    kibo ka ulit nung nakita mong ninanakawan at pinapatay yung ibang
    tao sa ibang parte ng bansa, tapos nagsawalang kibo ka ulit nung
    ninakawan at napatay yung kapitbahay mo, ng dumating ang araw na
    ikaw at ang pamilya mo naman ang nabiktima ng mga magnanakaw at
    mamatay tao, nakita mo na wala ring kumibo para tulungan ka at iyong
    pamilya. Ganito na ang kalagayan n gating lipunan, wala ng
    Samaritanong gusting tumulong sa mga nabibiktima ng mga magnanakaw
    at mamamatay tao. What is worse with tolerating corruption is that
    those who tolerate it later on becomes part of the corruption, after
    a little more while then they become the purveyor of corruption
    themselves, kasi yan na lang ang paraan para umasenso. Ipakita natin
    na tayong mga Pilipino ay kayang kumilos laban sa mga masasama at
    pwedeng mamuhay ng marangal at Malaya laban sa korupsyon.

    3. Teach the children to listen to their conscience and model to
    them acts of integrity This is one of the lessons I learned from
    my interaction with the young people during my initial school visits
    and this question was commonly asked by the youth in different
    schools, "Sir Jun, among all the people we saw and heard on TV
    regarding the NBN‐ZTE deal, you are the one naman that we believe
    who is telling us the truth, but what we can not understand is why
    are you doing it? You have put your life in danger, you have put
    your family in harms way, you have lost your job, even your future
    is uncertain, why are you doing it? What will you get something in
    return? This question which is often asked with curious innocence
    and with no evident malice, which often will lead me to answer them
    that in life, there are certain things you must do because it is the
    right thing to do, because it is what your conscience dictates to be
    the right thing to do and often lead you to act in an honourable
    way, into an act of integrity and you do it without any
    consideration of money or material things in exchange. In fact, when
    I asked them if they still talk about honour & integrity with their
    parents, most of them will say "no!", that is why it is important
    that parents should provide the children with a good role model.
    Although it may true that I did not receive money, material things
    or power in exchange for what I I did, I told them that I have
    receive something that is more valuable in return and that is the
    genuine affection of strangers, including the trust and respect of
    many people particularly the youth, I told them that no amount of
    money can ever buy the affection, trust & respect of the people.

    4. You must accept your own truths as you go to the light of truth
    More than the fear for my life, more than the fear for the safety of
    my family, more than the fear for my career and my livelihood, was
    the fear that if I decide to hold the light of truth, I cannot avoid
    being the first one to be shone upon by its light, I cannot avoid
    that my own blemishes in life, my secrets be exposed to the public.
    It was this fear of laying the truth of your entire life to the
    public, of accepting with humility the confession of your own truth
    to the entire nation, it was the greatest fear I have to overcome in
    wanting to tell the piece of truth that I possess in the NBN‐ZTE
    deal. Sino ba namang tao ang tumanda na walang nagawang kasalanan?
    But go on ahead with the truth, no matter how painful and difficult
    it may be, because based on my experience I have found that people
    and God are willing to forgive as long as you decide to go to the
    light, as long as you decide to tell the truth.

    These are my reflections of my ordeal and the lessons I have learned
    over the last two months as a result of my decision to tell the
    truth of what I know about the NBN‐ZTE deal, with the aim of
    encouraging other people as well to come to the Light and allow the
    Light into their hearts that have been darkened by lies, evil and
    deceit, which has contributed to the poverty and suffering of our
    people.

    Seeking the truth & Demanding for accountability & justice

    I want to end this reflection paper with the same thought that I
    started with Seeking out the Truth, the people should exercise their
    sovereign right, the highest right of a Nation for this
    administration to put out the remaining pieces of the picture of
    truth of the NBN‐ZTE deal, I have paid and I'm still paying a very
    high price for the piece of truth that I have put out for the people
    to see. The failure of this administration to let out the other
    pieces of truth being held by the government, should lead to a
    demand for accountability by those who will be found betraying the
    trust of the people, for without truth and accountability there will
    be no justice in the land.
    I have now come to realize, this is not about Jun Lozada, it is
    about every Filipino fighting for what is right against an unjust
    order, it is about every Filipino demanding from its government the
    truth amidst the lies & deceit, its about every Filipino rallying to
    battle against the evil that has long imprisoned the Filipino people.

    And I have now finally understood what is the meaning of my
    sufferings for, I have paid the price of telling the Filipino
    something they have known all along and yet do not want to be told.
    If you leave wrongdoers alone, you might become their next victim.

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