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To quote Charles Dickens:

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to heaven, we were all going direct the other way…”

These are times of both darkness and opportunity.  The RH bill has been passed and is now called RA 10354, and with it loom other anti-life bills like the divorce bill and the same sex marriage bill. These and other immoral and unjust legislation are waiting passage by people who want to promote the culture of death in our county. We are facing very grave threats to the future of our society and our family.

However, God has not forgotten His people. He sends them people who can lead them to a better country, a country that is both prosperous and God-fearing. These men, a few good men among many who are wicked and corrupt, are men of sound principle and good character  They will serve us well in the senate, if voted.

1.  JC delos Reyes

Born February 14, 1970, he studied in Ateneo de Manila for his elementary education, and graduated in De la Salle for high school. He finished his B.A. in Theology from the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio. In 1999 he finished his post-graduate studies in Public Administration from the University of the Philippines and has a law degree from Saint Louis University, Baguio City. In 1995, he ran and was elected City Councilor of Olongapo. During his term, he focused on the poor, the youth and cooperatives.

In 1996, JC met Nandy Pacheco in the National Renewal Movement and in late 2003, Norman Cabrera for Central Luzon, JC de los Reyes for Northern Luzon and Fr. Leonardo Polinar for the Visayas and Mindanao gathered the needed signatures for the accreditation of Alliance for the Common Good or Ang Kapatiran Party. It was finally accredited by COMELEC on 8 May 2004 or 2 days before the 10 May 2004 elections. After a decade absent from local politics, JC ran under Kapatiran party in the 2007 elections and, among the party’s 30 local and national candidates, he was Kapatiran’s lone winner.

He campaigned against illegal drugs, rampant violations of worker’s rights at Hanjin and was outspoken against illegal fish cages in Olongapo. More recently, he also led protests against the proposed coal power plant and criticized government’s plan to open more casinos in Subic. He filed numerous cases before the Ombudsman against high ranking government officials where he himself was complainant.

In the 2010 national elections, he was the youngest presidential candidate who led the charge for new politics, together with a vice-president, 8 senatorial and 50 local candidates. Though they lost the election, they won the awareness of the people on issues such as the RH bill, the political dynasties issue, the FOI and the need for platform and principles based politics.

2. Marwil Llasos

Atty. Marwil Llasos is an educator by heart. While still in Legazpi City, he worked as a Social Science Instructor, Head of the Social Science Department, and Coordinator for Research, Extension and Development Services of Computer Arts and Technological College in Old Albay District, Legazpi City from 1996-1998. At present, Atty. Llasos teaches Economics, Philippine Government and Constitution, Law on Obligations and Contracts, Negotiable Instruments Law, Labor and Social Legislation and Income Taxation at Siena College Quezon City and Siena College of San Jose in San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan.

After graduation from the UP College of Law, Atty. Llasos had experience in these areas of law:

(1) Legal Education –Atty. Marwil Llasos served as Law Education Specialist in the Institute of International Legal Studies of the UP Law Center in 2005. He also served as Lecturer in The Manila Times Institute for Paralegal Studies from 2006-2009. From 2009-2010, Atty. Llasos was a Professorial Lecturer teaching Statutory Construction at the School of Law and Jurisprudence of Centro Escolar University in Makati City.

(2) Corporate Law – Atty. Marwil Llasos worked as assistant corporate counsel of International Thunderbird Gaming Corporation (a multinational corporation) and Eastbay Resorts, Inc. in 2006.

(3) Litigation – Atty. Marwil Llasos was actively involved in litigation and appellate practice as Partner of the law firm of Dasal Laurel Llasos and Associates from 2006-2010.

(4) Development and Alternative Law – Atty. Marwil Llasos is presently engaged in development and alternative lawyering as Senior Lawyer of the Initiatives for Dialogue and Empowerment through Alternative Legal Services (IDEALS), Inc., a non-government organization (NGO) providing services to farmers and migrant workers, among others. IDEALS, Inc. also does work in environmental protection, international trade, and social enterprise development. As part of his advocacy, Atty. Llasos extends his services to the Philippine Deaf Resources Center.

Atty. Marwil Llasos served as Executive Assistant and Legal Consultant in the Department of Agrarian Reform from 2000-2002. He appeared as a Resource Person in the House of Representatives Committee on Agrarian Reform. Atty. Llasos also served as Secretary to the Sub-Committee on the Rules on Criminal Procedure of the Supreme Court.

3. Lito David

Here’s a brief look at his educational background and career in education and politics:

Educational Attainment

  • David finished Bachelor of Arts Major in Sociology at University of the Philippines Los Baños with a Rotary Club of Raha Sulayman-Manila Scholarship and University Grant 1984.
  • He graduated masters in Environmental Studies Minor in Rural Sociology from the same school.

Career Timeline

1984-1986: David started out as a research assistant for the University of Los Baños Program on Environmental Sciences and Management. In 1985, he became a part-time research assistant for the UPLB-NEDA Philippine Institute for Development Studies on Migration.

1986–1987: He was an Instructor to UPLB’s Department of Social Sciences and Graduate School.

1989: He became Development Management Officer for the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Upland Development Program.

1992: He became Chief of the Strategic Planning-Planning and Policy Studies Office of DENR. In the same year, he became Chief of the Research and Monitoring Staff of the Liberal Party-PDP LABAN for the 1992 Presidential Elections.

1993-1995: He became executive assistant and Committee Secretary or the Supervising Legislative Staff Officer under the Office of Senator Francisco Tatad. In 1995 to 1996, he became director of the Political Affairs Staff of Senator Tatad.

1996-1998: He served as Senior Executive Assistant of the Kaunlaran Group of Companies.

1997-1998: He then became Consultant on Political Affairs and Head of the Political Operations for Mindanao under the Office of Deputy Speaker Hernando Perez at the House of Representatives.

1998-2004: David then transferred to the office of Sen. Robert Jaworski as Head Executive Assistant and Concurrent Director for Political Affairs.

2007-2008: He was a part-time faculty on Environmental Science in Enderun Colleges in Pasig City.

2010 to present – Media and Legislative liaison officer of Pro-Life Philippines


Ang Pro Life Partylist

In order to gain more seats for pro-lifers in congress, Pro-life Philippines endorses the Ang Prolife Partylist. The partylist will focus on promoting pro-life legislation especially geared towards the families of OFWs.

The representatives of Ang Prolife are:

1. Atty. James Imbong

2. Atty. Jemy Gatdula

3. Lorna Melegrito

4. Leny Manalang

5. Ed Tirona

We urge all our voters to go vote and actively campaign for these gentlemen for senator and Ang Prolife for partylist. These men and women have the courage to step up and serve the nation; what they lack is the campaign resources and machinery in order to reach out to the people whose votes we need. For this reason, we ask that we all be volunteers for a common cause from this moment forward: to see these brave men and women elected into office and to truly represent the people, to be the voice and the protector of those who cannot fight for themselves.


Other Candidates

Other Candidates whom Pro-Life Philippines endorses are: Maria Milagros “Mitos” Magsaysay, Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III,  Joseph Victor “JV” Ejercito, Antonio Trillanes IV, Gregorio “Gringo” Honasan II.

Pro-Life Philippines decided to endorse these 5 candidates as they were key figures who offered great assistance to the pro-life side in our battle against the RH law. Pro-Life Philippines endorses them because of their dedication and commitment towards real poverty alleviation through education and job creation.



(Special thanks to Monk’s Hobbit Blog for the profile of our candidates)

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6 Responses to “A FEW GOOD MEN”
  1. jin says:

    Thank you very much Pro-life for this mail. On my part, I’ll really have to forward this to ALL in my directory. How about forwarding the same to schools, colleges, universities and parishes? Oremus pro invicem.

  2. Ja Mansueto says:

    go go !!!!

    Pro-Life Youth (Cebu)

  3. julio c. moreno, jr says:

    hi there, as in the past (@ Ang Kapatiran) i can distribute, post “Ang Pro-Life Party List” campaign materials (polyetos, banners, etc.) here at our place in Daet, Camarines Norte. These few good men must be in the senate, as the Ang Pro-Life Party list be in the Congress.

    • Carlo P. Burlat says:

      Hello sa inyo Sir. natutuwa ako dahil sa wakas may mga matitino pa pala dito sa atin sa pilipinas gusto ko po kayong tulungan sa pamamagitan ng pagkampanya sa inyo ng bulontaryo kaya lang wala naman palang headquarters dito ang ang prolife at ang kapatiran. sa Gensan . sana matugunan nyo ang request ko. bia

  4. Aurora Suclad says:

    Thank you for this information. It is an answer to my prayer. As we meet and see those working for candidates energetically go from house to house, we are challenged not only to cast our vote for the “few good men (and women)” who champion life and our Catholic values but also to actively go out convincing others to cast their votes for life and God! 🙂

  5. Magna says:

    I think I will vote for these three and Mitos Magsaysay only… I don’t know about the others… And for party list, I will vote only for Ang prolife. God have mercy on our country and our people! How can we have been so stupid as to elect a president such as we have now!

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