Condemn Glorietta Bombers

The death toll has reached 11 now, after another victim died recently in a Makati hospital. More than a hundred were injured. These are the casualties of the recent Glorietta Mall blast last Friday afternoon.

Included in the list of fatalities is a nursing student from RTRMS Makati Medical Center named Janine Marcos. A dream to become a nurse – to be able to care for others – ended in a pointless way. The others who passed away must have their own dreams, too, for themselves and for their families, and are all gone now in an instant.

While the authorities are still investigating on the real cause of the incident, I can not help but think that this could be another terrorist attack to innocent civilians. Most of the time, the people behind such acts harm people who are not even connected with whatever their pleas are. They direct their anger and revenge to innocent people, who are just trying to make a living in a decent way. They only prey on people whom they know they can pick on, because the people they are infuriated with are difficult to face. These bombers are cowards then.

Let us condemn this act of terrorism, destabilization and unreasonable attack against innocent lives. Nothing can bring back the lives of those who perished. I just wish that justice be served the soonest possible time.

Let us also pray for the soul, and for the families of those who died and were injured.

Have a safe week ahead.

5 Responses to “Condemn Glorietta Bombers”

  1. October 24, 2007 at 3:27 pm

    Recent investigations by authorities reveal that the blast was not due to a terrorist attack, but was rather caused by an accidental industrial explosion from the mall basement. However, Ayala Land owners does not believe that this could be the cause.

    Most probably, both parties have their own intentions to control the result of the probe. I would rather wait for a more impartial investigation results by the American and Australian independent groups who also made their own investigation on the scene.


  2. June 21, 2011 at 4:46 pm

    Sometimes things happen for a reason. Though it may seem unfair that many innocent people died from this tragedy from before, but if it wasn’t a terrorist attack, then it must have been God’s will. I was supposed to go on a movie date that same day at Glorietta, but my friend told me he had a really bad feeling and told me that he didn’t want to ruin the mood when we get out. We were both shocked when we heard the news, because many of our friends are there on that same time. Minor injuries lang naman, but one died. 😦


  3. June 25, 2011 at 6:25 pm

    I hope that the wounds are already been healed specially for those families who are affected.


  4. June 27, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    ..yeah! i hate terorista!!!!! buti na lang patay na si supreme leader nila..agree with kayce sana theyre okay na..matagal na rin yun..


  5. 5 kat
    June 27, 2011 at 7:13 pm

    ano na kaya nangyari don sa case na yan…nakalimutan ko na ah!


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