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>Chinese authorities executed three Filipino drug mules on Wednesday, triggering condemnation in the Catholic Philippines and despair for relatives who witnessed their final moments.

“I just want to inform you that our three compatriots have been executed,” Vice President Jejomar Binay announced over local radio, although there being no public announcement from the Chinese government.

“It is a sad day for all of us. Until the last moment, we did everything we could to save the three.”

The three — Ramon Credo, 42, Sally Villanueva, 32, and Elizabeth Batain, 38 — were arrested separately in China in 2008 for smuggling heroin and sentenced to death.

The Philippine government had made repeated appeals in recent months to spare the lives of the trio, including by sending Binay to Beijing on a mission to have their sentences commuted to life in jail.

But the Chinese government insisted there would be no favours for the trio, and that their cases would be dealt with according to domestic laws.

The three were allowed to meet their relatives for an hour before they were put to death through lethal injection, in what turned out to be devastatingly emotional encounters.

“She was crying, she was partly incoherent. She had a lot of things to say,” said Jason Ordinario, a brother of Villanueva who along with another sister and their parents met her as the final verdict was read in a court in Xiamen city.

“She asked us to take care of her children and make sure they can finish studies,” he told DZBB radio from China.

Villanueva’s relatives said she did not know that she was due to be executed on Wednesday, and was surprised to see her family there.

“I was the first one to see her, we locked eyes and we both cried. She said what are you doing here, why are you all crying, am I going to die,” younger sister Mylene said on DZBB.

“She tried to console us. She said, it’s okay. I have accepted my fate. I will be your angel and watch over you.”

Villaneuva’s children, aged 12 and nine, were not able to see or talk with their mother before she was killed. They did not travel to China and local authorities would not allow mobile phones into the meeting room.

Amnesty International as well as the influential Roman Catholic church swiftly condemned the executions, and accused the Philippine President Benigno Aquino’s government of not doing enough to save the three.

“We strongly condemn the executions of the three Filipinos,” Amnesty’s Philippine representative, Aurora Parong, told AFP.

“The Philippines should have taken a stronger action, and it is now its moral duty to lead a campaign against death penalty in Asia.”

Roman Catholic bishops asked the public to pray for the eternal repose of the three.

“We had knocked on the doors of heaven to pray for what turned out to be an impossible wish,” Edwin Corros, executive secretary of church’s commission for the pastoral care of migrants, told AFP.

“We call on China to abolish death penalty. We believe no one has the right to take a human life.”

The Philippine government insisted it did all it could to save the lives of the three.

It argued the trio, who are among 227 Filipinos jailed in China for drug offences, were from poor families and had been duped by international crime syndicates into becoming drug couriers.

Aside from his visit to Beijing, Binay sent a letter this week to Chinese President Hu Jintao in a last-ditch appeal.

In December, the Philippines also skipped the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo for jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo in a move Aquino said was aimed at saving condemned Filipinos in China.

SOURCE: YAHOO PHILIPPINES

REACTION: This is a bad day to start with. I really really don’t know why these things should be happening right now. Life has ups and downs. But I rather to have ups than downs. Stressful, indeed! >0< I can’t say anything! >0< Here’s some of the Filipino’s reactions:

“Ito lang masasabi ko… “IN CHINA, THERE IS NO GOD!” Kaawa-awa naman ang ginawa sa mga kababayan natin!”

“Ikaw ang tahanan ng mga mahusay na manggagawa. Ikaw ang idolo ng mga mang-aawit at boksingero. Ikaw ay punung-puno ng biyaya pero paulit-ulit na inaabuso ng mga taong nasa puwesto. Kelan ka babangon Pilipinas? Kelan maninirahan ang mga Pinoy sa sariling bayan dahil sapat ang kanilang kita? Kelan mapupuno ang mga classroom? Kelan magtatrabaho ang mga Pinoy na ang kanilang boss ay kapwa Pilipino rin at hindi kailangang manilbihan sa dayuhan? Kelan magkakaroon ng pag-asa ang mga kabataan? Para sa akin, puwede namang ngayon na.”

“Napakalungkot na balita ngayong araw ang sana’y gumising sa gobyerno ng Pilipinas – ang pagpataw ng Death Penalty sa tatlo nating kababayan sa China. 😦 Naglipana sa internet ang iba’t ibang balita, komento, panghihinayang, at pakikiramay sa mga pamilyang nawalan. Ako, bilang isang Pilipino, hindi ko kailangan maging sobrang talino para maintindihan ang nan—-ari. Tao ako eh, may puso, at may takot sa Diyos. Hindi ako magiging ipokrita at sasabihing ni minsan ay hindi ako nasuklam sa kalagayan nating mga Pilipino. Oo, nakakahiya man sabihin ay dumating din ako sa puntong galit na galit at diring-diri sa sistema ng gobyerno. Pero hindi nyo ako masisisi. May mga mata ako para makita ang nan—-ayari, nababasa ang mga naisusulat. May tenga ako para marinig ang bawat balita, ang sabi-sabi, ang kuwento, ang komento. Ilang Pilipino ba ang nasa NAIA airport ngayon at naghahabilin sa mga kaanak na bantayan muna ang kanilang mga anak habang wala sila? Ilang Pilipino ang may natapos sa kolehiyo pero pinipiling mangibang bansa dahil walang sapat na disenteng trabaho dito sa Pilipinas? Ilang classroom dito sa atin ang may kakulangan sa mga guro? O di kaya mas mabuti pang itanong kung ilan na lang ang natitirang nurse, doktor, engineer, at architect dito sa Pilipinas? Marahil dahil rin sa ganitong rason kaya nasasangkot at kumakapit sa patalim ang ilan nating kababayan. Naiisip gumawa ng ilegal para lang may pang-laman sa sikmura ng mga anak na hindi makapag-aral. Nakakalungkot ano? Nakakalungkot dahil para sa akin, marami pa rin namang Pilipino ang naniniwala na may kakayahan pa tayong umasenso. Pwede pang magbago. Ang nan—-ari sa tatlo nating kababayan sa China ay maging isang halimbawa sana na ang batas ay nararapat lamang irespeto, lalo na kung ika’y makikisalamuha sa mga dayuhan. Ang pagpataw ng nararapat na parusa sa isang krimeng ginawa ay pagbibigay hustisya din sa mga taong nakapaligid sa atin bilang tao – sangkot man o hindi sa krimen. Ngunit, para sa akin, bilang tao, hindi tayo perpekto, wala tayong karapatan na kumitil ng buhay ng sino man – kriminal man o hindi. Ang parusa ay nakalaan para sa isang nagkasala na mapagtanto ang kanyang ginawang pagkakamali at pagdusahan ito, ngunit hindi para tapusin ang kanyang buhay at putulin ang pag-asang magbago. Sa pagpataw ng Death Penalty sa mga Pilipinong naakusahang nag-dala ng gramu-gramong droga sa China, naibsan ba ang konsensya ng mga Intsik na magmula ngayon ay wala ng magaangkat ng droga sa kanilang bansa? Ayoko man paniwalaan, pero, meron pa din. Sa bawat parte ng mundo, sa iba’t ibang bansa ay patuloy na may magkakasala sapagkat tayong lahat ay tao lang. Nasa paraan ng pagbibigay ng parusa ang siyang kailangang pag-usapan at kung paano ito maisakatuparan. Hindi ko masisisi ang mga taong patuloy na nagkokomento ng masasakit na salita laban sa pagpatay sa mga Pilipino, hindi ko masisisi ang Chinese government dahil para sa akin ay ginawa lamang nila ang naaayon sa kanilang batas, hindi ko masisisi ang mga Pilipinong nasangkot sa krimen bunga ng kahirapang nararanasan nila sa sariling bansa. Para sa akin, hindi naging sapat ang ginawang hakbang ng mga opisyal ng gobyerno sa kasong ito. Bakit nakalusot palabas ng bansa ang mga Pilipino kung dapat ay sa Philippine airports pa lang ay nakita na ang apat na kilong droga? Bakit todo-kilos ang gobyerno noong ilang buwan na lamang ang natitira bago ang bitay? Bakit ang mayayaman tulad ni Congressman Singson ay hindi napatawan ng death penalty na siya ring may bitbit ng droga sa dayuhang bayan? Bakit nang sabihin ni Chavit Singson na ang kanyang anak ay biktima lang ng pagbitbit ng droga ay pinaniwalaan? Ganun na lang ba parati ang batayan natin sa mga importanteng kasong tulad nito? Ang hustisya ba ay para sa mayaman lang? Kung ganon, nakakahiya ka Pilipinas. Nakaka-awa ka Pilipinas. Lugmok ka na nga sa kahirapan, punung-puno ka pa ng kawalang hustisya. Sayang. Ikaw pa naman ang Perlas ng Silangan.”

“All has been said and done.. lahat ng bagay me consequence.. sometimes its good, its bad, it hurts and it gives happiness. LESSON LEARNED, every nation has its own LAW… SANA sa bayaN natin paghusayin nating gawing sibilisado, makatao, makadyos ang bayan natin.. NA IMPOSIBLE kung lahat ng TAO UMAASA sa madaliang kita ng pera… tanungin nyo ang mga magbabasura.. napasimple ng buhay nila pro marangal… na dapat cla ang tinutulungan kc me TYAGA cla… waG NA TAUNG mag sisihan, unahin nating baguhin ang mga sarili natin”

“This is indeed a learning scenario,a very traumatic lesson for all of us.These kind of incidence can be avoided and we can stop being exploited should our country has a very strong ECONOMY,the number of MIGRANT WORKERS will be lessen in a strong economy there would be MORE JOBS BETTER SALARIES and BETTER OPPORTUNITIES.

CORRUPTION and SELF INTEREST should be set aside for a much better PHILIPPINES,

On Chinese Govt stand with their verdict lets respect them with a BIG BUT ….any foreign offenders whether DRUG RELATED or ABUSED for as long as its a capital offense let them have OUR LAW let us not be “JELLY FISHES” in convicting these offenders.

FIRMNESS and VERY STRICT IMPLEMENTATION is the name of the game so that OUR LAWS will be properly followed by all Filipinos and foreign visitors as well let no one above law.

Let each and every Filipino be VIGILANT when it comes to CORRUPTIONS , BLACKMAILING AND EXPLOITATIONS let it be known to all races and countries that we Filipinos yet FRIENDLY but do not TOLERATE FOREIGN ABUSERS AND OFFENDER as well.

THIS IS OUR COUNTRY WE MUST PROTECT EACH AND EVERYONE LOOK AT EACH OTHER’S BACK let us make it known to these FOREIGN PEOPLE who come to our country that they have to follow OUR RULES LET US NOT BE ENSLAVED BY THEIR MONEY!

A BIG BULLSHIT to these Foreign people who exploits some Filipinos and Filipinas!”

“sadyang nakakalungkot ang sinapit ng ating mga kababayans sa bansang tsina. sana ay maging aral ito sa mga nagnanais na subukan o pasukin ang ganitong trabaho, at sana rin ay magkaroon ng konsensya kung sino man kayo (illegal recruiters at drug syndicates) na bumibiktima ng mga inosenteng mamamayan.
may tanong lang po ako…., ayaw ko man ipagkumpara ang higpit ng batas ng tsina against pinas pero sa ganang akin, ang tsina ay talagang may batas na ipinatutupad na hindi gaya sa pinas na sandamakmak na ang nahuling laboratoryo ng illegal drug pero wala rin nan—-ayari…, pinauuwi lang sa kani-kanilang bansa at lumalabas na tayong mga pinoys ay napaglalaruan lang.
napakasakit isipin talaga ang sinapit ng mga kabayans natin. sampu ng aking pamilya, kamiÝ lubos na nakikiramay sa pamilya ng mga sinawi. maging matatag po sana ang bawat isa sa inyo. pagpalain po kayo.”

THE END~

Others may say they had regretted making love with their partners which is very very big mistake ever. But for me, I did fooled them. :)) IDK! I just want to play around. hihi~ xD I moved on after I realized that it was wrong. i thought all guys are playful so do I! :)))

I think it’s better to teach them about sex in school as long as in each level, kids will slowly learn about it. ^^

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