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Oct 01st
Sad to say, this one day will hardly com PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 17 February 2010 21:59
Sad to say, this one day will hardly come, not unless, the Moro nation will unite as one nation, one aspiration and one goal for Mindanao Independence, God willing, otherwise, the Moro struggles are all in vain. As long as there are Moro leaders, that are willing to kiss the ass of the malacanang..and there are MNLF who keep struggling for self recognition locally and Globally.. and there’s MILF who fight on and off in bargaining of a piece of agreement from the government..the wheel of Mindanao fate is still in the hand of the imperial Manila. And the one day we are waiting is only an elusive dream.

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