The “Tayong Lahat Caravan” will be in Iloilo tomorrow, July 15 2009 to meet with Volunteers from Iloilo, Panay and other areas in the Visayas. The volunteers orientation will be held at Z100 Station Delgado Mabolo (near Brgy Hall). You can contact 09209205658 for more information.
On July 16, there will be a Blogger’s Night and all bloggers are cordinally invited. The event is entitled “NICK WHO?!”. So don’t be the last to know by joining this event on July 16, 2009, 8:00pm at CYRANO ( Palanca cor. Legazpi near Greenbelt 1 and the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) ). For RSVP and to confirm attendance please contact 0917-525-1924 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Then, on Saturday, July 18, 2009 the 2nd Nicanor Perlas’ Volunteers Orientation will be conducted at the 5th Floor, Function Room, 3 Salcedo Place, Tordesillas St., Legazpi Village, Makati City. The orientation will be from 8:00am to 7:00pm. I assure you that this is not your usual orientation for it is both eye opening, serious and fun.
I am sure many of you want to know more about Nicanor “Nick” Perlas. Why is this man running for President? Who is he? Or some of you might really want to support him… thus here are the ways by which you can connect with Nicanor “Nick” Perlas:
- Facebook Page
- Facebook Group
- Facebook Cause
- Twitter Account – http://twitter.com/InaNickofTime
- Official Website – www.nicanorperlas.com
On the official website if you want to be a Volunteer for Nick Perlas and the Tayong Lahat Caravan just sign up and be part of people who desire for genuine change for our country.
Nicanor “Nick” Perlas, a reform candidate who formally declared his intentions to run for President of the Philippines had just made available for public viewing his Strategic Agenda for 2010 which will be the core of his campaign.
His website www.nicanorperlas.com discusses the top problems which affects our country and divided them into societal, cultural, political, economic, ecological and individual and spiritual.
From this challenges the difference of the current developmental method and structure as against his strategic agenda was presented. A Perlas administration indicates that it will have six pillars and major agenda and among them are:
• Reduction/Elimination of Poverty
• Wipe out corruption
• Ecological Restoration
• Participatory Governance (Societal Threefolding Partnerships)
• Inner and Local Change as Foundation
• Mainstream Promising Initiatives
we sort of knew the 2010 presidential election will be marked in our history. there were many things going for it that we sensed it will be a presidential election like no other.
there are many reasons why we think that way and that will need a separate discussion all together. but here is one more reason why the upcoming 2010 presidentiable election can be a breathe of fresh air: environmentalist Nicanor Perlas well known in his circles has declared himself a presidentiable.
this is the first time a true blue green environmentalist is a presidentiable in any philippine election. and this one starts well, not as one of those that the comelec calls nuisance candidate.
his name, perlas, is a surname made in marketing heaven as that automatically connotes precious, special, of value and yes, green.
we wish presdientiable nicanor perlas a green and prosperous campaign.
Green activist seeks presidency
By Edson C. Tandoc Jr.
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 04:51:00 06/18/2009
MANILA, Philippines — Looking for politicians “of real qualifications” and finding none, an activist-environmentalist yesterday presented himself as an aspirant for the presidency.
By his act, Jesus Nicanor “Nick” Perlas III said he was showing his faith in not only his experience of working with farmers as well as foreign officials but also in the readiness of Filipinos to vote for change.
“There are many Filipinos who have grown tired of elections where there are no real choices. We are tired of always having to choose the lesser evil. This is why I am announcing my intention to run in the 2010 elections,” Perlas told some 50 friends and supporters at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani park in Quezon City.
Asked if he could win, he said: “Yes, absolutely!”
With that envisioned victory, Perlas said he would ensure a “tight case” against President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
“She has damaged this country so much, and I want justice,” he said.