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Absalom Gayomaie Cerveza

Peace Panel Spokesman

Moro National Liberation Front

HQ Phone:  (718) 322-1512

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Moro National Liberation Front

97-43 81St Street

Ozone Park, New York,11416

United States

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Spokesperson

MNLF


Freedom Fighter

Mindanaoan Philippine


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Salute to Atenews and Mindanao Youth | mnlfnet.com | MNLF Official Website

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In 2001, when the Arroyo government upgraded the Aquino regime-created 4-province ARMM in 1987 into the present 5-province ARMM, which later turned out only into the highly-publicized cheating capital of Philippine elections, the MNLF Peace Panel Spokesman Reverend Absalom Cerveza categorically pointed out that, the political move would not end the Philippines-Bangsamoro war in Mindanao.
He always considered Mindanao independence the last option if the Manila government would not sincerely implement the peace agreement. He recently issued a loud call for the consumption of the global community: When will the Filipino Colonialist Land-Grabbers Stop the War Crime against Humanity in Mindanao for Peace. This is only following the wisdom of Reverend Absalom Cerveza, who clearly tweeted in Twitter for the global humanity to know the sentiments of the Filipino-colonized people of Mindanao that: Bangsamoro Freedom is Golden Key to Mindanao Peace, not Injustice of Philippine Colonialism. If only to repeat for emphasis, when will they heed the loud call of Reverend Absalom Cerveza, When will the Filipino Colonialist Land-Grabbers stop the War Crime against Humanity in Mindanao for Peace? Reverend Absalom Cerveza


UNDER DUTERTE GOVERNMENT:ROADBLOCKS TO ACHIEVING MINDANAO PEACE | mnlfnet.com | MNLF Official Website

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Who are behind the ugly plot to discredit Chairman Prof. Nur Misuari of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) and the Bangsamoro freedom fighters, asked Reverend Absalom Cerveza in Facebook and Twitter?
On the inquisitiveness of the MNLF Peace Panel Spokesman Reverend Absalom Cerveza to unmask the other hidden players involved in discrediting MNLF Chairman Misuari, the revelations of some professional and youth sectors have to be told to out the truth. REVEREND ABSALOM CERVEZA Reverend Absalom Cerveza


To President Rodrigo Duterte - HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE THE MINDANAO WAR? | mnlfnet.com | MNLF Official Website

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FROM: REVEREND ABSALOM CERVEZA
HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE THE MINDANAO WAR? On this lightning water-shed, the crystal lens of the Bangsamoro youth has this time around spotlighted on the known man of God and spokesman of Mindanao peace Reverend Absalom Cerveza of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). In continuing today the Bangsamoro youths initiative to help find a curative blue pill towards Mindanao peace, the Bangsamoro Freedom Solidarity (BFS) has sought the counsel of foremost Mindanaoan freedom fighter Reverend Absalom Cerveza. He is recognized as the official spokesman of the MNLF peace panel and trusted leader of the MNLF Christian members. The BFS also found out that Reverend Cerveza was the first Christian MNLF member nominated and elected Prime Minister of the Bangsamoro Republik that was proclaimed in 2001. As a respected freedom fighter whose commitment to the MNLF-launched liberation struggle for independence and self-determination of the Lumad and Muslim natives as well as conscious Christian settlers of Mindanao has become his passionate vocation in life, Reverend Cerveza has given his piece of mind to solve the Mindanao conflict. He has directly addressed his unsolicited but timely advice to the present highest Mindanaoan national government leader President-elect Rodrigo R. Duterte. HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE THE MINDANAO WAR? This is the first unsolicited Memorandum for presumptive President Rodrigo R. Duterte from Reverend Absalom Cerveza. Aside from being the first official MNLF coordinator for Lumad, Christian and Muslim affairs in Mindanao, Reverend Cerveza also served the oppressed Bangsamoro people as the first elected Prime Minister of the Bangsamoro Republik. Assessing the current events evolving around the incoming Duterte government, Reverend Absalom Cerveza has called on presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte to sincerely solve the decades-long Mindanao war. As a progressive MNLF Christian leader, Reverend Cerveza has reminded the incoming Duterte government on the precautionary words of Chairman Reuben R. Canoy of the Mindanao Independence Movement (MIM). Commenting on the controversial PGH-MILF-Malaysia Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) and the MNLF-OIC-GRP Jakarta Peace Agreements, Reverend Cerveza has viewed the two agreements as substantial roadmap to Mindanao peace. While the BBL was crafted with the direct collaboration of the Filipino and Malaysian colonialist leaders with the end view to find per se just and lasting peace for war-torn Mindanao (yet both parties have hidden agenda on its final outcome), the 1996 peace agreement on one hand served an acid test for the Filipino colonisers to show strong political will to solve the decades-long Mindanao conflict. Reverend Cerveza has diagnosed that both Philippine and Malaysian colonialism have hidden agenda on the final outcome of the GPH-Malaysia-MILF peace parley that led to the Framework Agreement on Bangsamoro (FAB), Comprehensive Agreement on Bangsamoro (CAB) and finally BBL (Bangsamoro Basic Law). On resolving the continuity of destructive Philippine colonialism in the Bangsamoro homeland, Reverend Absalom Cerveza has expressed strong political will and good judgment as golden key to achieving just and permanent Mindanao peace. On this controversial end, Reverend Cerveza could only hope with a fervent prayer that the Duterte government would learn the moral lesson in Philippine and Bangsamoro history that Mindanao peace, although betrayed repeatedly by Imperial Manila, could be the monumental legacy of a Mindanaoan president in world history. REVEREND ABSALOM CERVEZA Reverend Absalom Cerveza


ROADMAP TO MNLF-DUTERTE GOVERNMENT PEACE TALKS (PART 1) | mnlfnet.com | MNLF Official Website

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Simply viewed by MNLF Peace Panel Spokesman Reverend Absalom Cerveza, the U.S. government erroneously blundered in creating the oppressive Philippine colonialism on the basis of colossal injustice.
REVEREND ABSALOM CERVEZA: MNLF Peace Panel Spokesman said that "the United States government erroneously blundered in creating the oppressive Philippine colonialism on the basis of colossal injustice. REVEREND ABSALOM CERVEZA Reverend Absalom Cerveza


'INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM IS SOLUTION TO BANGSAMORO QUESTION, NOT ARMM OR BBL' � REVEREND ABSALOM CERVEZA | mnlfnet.com | MNLF Official Website

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REVEREND ABSALOM CERVEZA
HOW DOES PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT ADDRESS THE MINDANAO CONFLICT? Confirming the observation of the keen observers of the Mindanao war that has reached almost half a century without concrete solution, MNLF Peace Panel Chairman Reverend Absalom Cerveza has recently pointed out that neither ARMM nor BBL can guarantee just and lasting peace in Filipino-colonized Mindanao. But only suppressed by artificial remedial measures anchored on autonomy, such as Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) and Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL)-centered (Bangsamoro) prospect, Reverend Cerveza has quoted Chairman Prof. Nur Misuari stressing the political reality. Reverend Cerveza also revealed that the MNLF chairman has also cited the central reason why the powerful 57-nation Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has rejected from inception the Cory Aquino government-created ARMM and the present BBL project of the present Aquino administration. The OIC has viewed the two Philippine autonomous versions as not likely to attain peace in Mindanao and to finally end the decades-long Filipino-Moro war in the occupied territory. The pan Islamic global body has always contended that the permanent solution to the Mindanao war is the full and correct implementation of the September 2, 1996 MNLF-OIC-GRP Jakarta Peace Agreements that included the letter and spirit of the 1976 Tripoli Peace Agreement. Addressing together the gathering of freedom fighters during the March 18, 2015 celebration of Bangsamoro Freedom Day that inspired the foundation of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) due to the infamous Jabidah massacre of Muslim youth trainees in Corrigidor Island by Filipino military soldiers, Reverend Cerveza on his part also revealed his intimate conversation with former Vice-President Emmanuel Pelaez in 1987. As a member of the MNLF delegation, Reverend Cerveza has accompanied the MNLF chairman in attending several Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers (ICFM) meetings in the past to personally understand the controversial problem. While serving as Philippine Ambassador to the United States and concurrently GRP Peace Panel Chairman under the coup-wracked government of President Corazon C. Aquino in 1987, former Philippine Vice-President Emmanuel Pelaez intimated to Reverend Cerveza his earnest desire to solve the Mindanao war. REVEREND ABSALOM CERVEZA Reverend Absalom Cerveza


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