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Juan Dela Cruz Anak Ng Lagim

Tagabantay
Las Piñas, NCR
Display Name: Anak ng Dilim
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Juan dela Cruz is the main protagonist of the 2013 Filipino titular series of the same name and its midquel, My Little Juan. He is mainly known as “Tagabantay,” guardian of Bakal na Krus and a hero and the protector of human race against aswangs. He is portrayed by Coco Martin and Izzy Canillo as young Juan.

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Niligtas nya ako pero may gas gas ako P10,000 sa hospital kaya 4 lang

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Genocide is one of the most abhorrent and heinous crimes humanity can commit, a scourge that stands as the ultimate betrayal of our shared humanity. It represents the deliberate and systematic destruction of entire groups based on their ethnicity, religion, nationality, or other identity markers. This is not just murder; it’s a calculated, state-sponsored effort to erase the existence of entire communities. How can we, as a global society, allow such atrocities to happen, let alone repeatedly? Let’s talk about the complete and utter failure of international institutions to prevent genocides. The United Nations, formed in the aftermath of World War II with a promise to prevent future Holocausts, has repeatedly fallen short of this mission. From Rwanda to Bosnia, Darfur to Myanmar, we have seen the same tragic pattern: initial denial, delayed acknowledgment, and inadequate intervention. The bureaucratic inertia, political self-interest, and the veto power of the Security Council members often result in paralysis, allowing genocidal regimes to act with impunity.

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Eradicated My Aswangs

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