Dinky Soliman, Enteng Romano Arrested

Police arrested this afternoon former Social Welfare Sec. Dinky Soliman, one of the leaders of the anti-Arroyo Black and White Movement, according to GMA-7’s 24 Oras.

Soliman was arrested with eLagda leader Vicente Romano III, and other supporters of Black and White Movement. The group held the weekly flash protest at Baywalk today.

5 Replies to “Dinky Soliman, Enteng Romano Arrested”

  1. I agree that the arrest is good for them for a number of reason:

    1. it exposes how this government has been too paranoid to mopped out the so-called residual threat and when i say paranoia, it a more psychological term,
    the subject has become to “unstably insecure”.

    2. it manifests the real intent of “black and white”, that is to made things clearer: government is simply abusing its coercive force so as to suppress the right of the citizen’s to be heard.

    3. There are five clearer buzzwords that we will continue to resist: illegal assembly, inciting to sedition, rebellion, treason and destabilization.

    And for you, try not to hide with the veil of anonymity because, as what First Gentlemen Mike Arroyo says through his lawyer, opposition must come out in the open so as to be engaged in a more productive debate on what is right or wrong.

    And lastly, quoting Palanca-award winner Dean Francis Alfar: even in the grip of heated arguments we can learn about each other.

    And just right now, I am encouraged to write my opinion.

  2. Mabuhay ka Ka Dinky!!

    Isa po ako sa kumondena sa iyo ng sumapi kayo sa panig ng gobyerno bilang kalihim ng DSWD. Siguro sa paniwala mo na maitutuloy mo ang serbisyo sa masa kung nasa galamay ka ni GMA. Subalit di na po ninyo nakonsiyensya ang karamuldumal na situasyon sa palasyo. Alam ko na di ka puwedeng lunurin ng pera at poder. Mabuhay ka Dinky tuloy kang muli sa panig ng naaping uri, tuloy ka sa masa nasa likuran mo kami.

    Mabuhay ka Ka Dinky!

    Ka Rusty

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