Thursday, May 31, 2007

Marikina Message Board

Can Marikina become a world - class city???

Marikina started as a settlement of the descendants of Lakan Dula who wants to escape the Spanish prosecution, according to local historian Servando de los Angeles.One of the descendants of Lakan Dula, the pre - hispanic King of Manila based in Tondo, Manila is Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo whose husband's family used to own the whole Marikina as their family hacienda.Today, Marikina is becoming a melting pot of Filipinos from different regions of the country such that the present mayor, Marides Carlos Fernando traces its roots from Bulacan. The topnotcher councilors are of Bicolano, Ilocano and Pampango ancestry.City hall managers and consultants traces its roots from different regions of the country. Rehiyon- Rehiyon Annual Festival celebrates the cosmopolitan nature of Marikina today. The city has been garnering many awards from World Bank, Asian Institute of Management, etc because of its numerous achievements. It is the shoe making capital of the Philippines, the home of the biggest shoes on earth. Its patroness is Nuestra Senora de los Desamparados, which is very miraculous. Its majestic Roman Catholic Church is now being groomed to become a Cathedral. It is the home of four out of 24 Philippine Senators: Gringo Honasan, Nene Pimentel, Edgrado Angara, Dick Gordon; and two aspirants - Koko Pimentel and Mike Defensor.It is also the hometown of the Armed forces of the Philippines Chief Generoso Senga, Philippine Communist Party Chief Benito Tiamson and Metro Manila Development Authority chief Bayani Fernando. It is a participant of the globalist manifesto worldwide advocacy which is carried in the leading websites in Yahoo and Alta Vista search engines in the stand - alone topic of "formation of a global government" over around 6 million website entries for several years now.Can Marikina City continue to become a truly cosmopolitan city ready to play important role in the national and global affair?
Yes, I think Marikina is already a world class city, based on the international awards that it has been winning since the reign of the Fernandos.
The Marikina News, will continue to document the progress of Marikina, this time through the worldwide web.
This will include the changes in the political and cultural orientation of Marikenos.

Monday, May 21, 2007

Dulay Clan of Marikina Valley

The clan is presently on its sixth generation of uninterrupted "reign of the first born sons" starting from Petre Dulay, the eldest son of the founding generation.The eldest son of Petre is Doroteo, the eldest son of Doroteo is Elpidio, the eldest son of Elpidio is Ceferino, the eldest son of Ceferino is Sofronio I, the eldest son of Sofronio I is Sofronio II.The reign of the generation of Petre,Doroteo and Elpidio were based in Candawid near the lighthouse in the Pacific islands of Batag, Laoang, Northern Samar.The reign of the later generations of eldest sons - Ceferino, Sofronio I and Sofronio II left Tondo and led a settlement of the clan in the fertile valley of Marikina.The ancestral house of the clan is an imposing old hispanic house near the church of Nuestra Senora de los Desamparados in the poblacion of Marikina, the church where Ceferino was buried and where the young Sofronio II is now serving as a sacristan.

Dulay Clan of Marikina Educational Ranking 2006

Only the direct the descendants of the 4th Dulay Clan hereditary leader Ceferino Rivas Dulay who reached at least first year in college is eligible for listing in this educational ranking. The legal wives/husbands of the direct descendants are also eligible for listing. This list will be updated every birthday of the clan matriarch Juana Mendoza Cerbito vd de Dulay. Updates or corrections should be addressed to: JOSEPH D. QUILES Acting Executive Director, Ceferino Dulay Memorial Foundation, Inc. #3 Isabelo Mendoza St., San Roque, Marikina City,Metro Manila, Philippines. Tel.# 645-8424; Cell # 0918-5865344 Email Address:; . For more information about Marikina: see Marikina News


1st. Joseph Dulay Quiles (Celedonia Lineage), 1. Doctor of Education (candidate), National Teachers College 2. Master of Educational Management, Marikina Institute of Science and Technology; 3. B.S. in Industrial Education, Marikina Institute of Science and Technology;

2nd. Sofronio Cerbito Dulay (Ceferino Lineage), 1. Doctor of Public Administration (candidate), University of the Philippines 2.Master in Development Management, Asian Institute of Management; 3. Master in Business Administration,(54 units), De La Salle University; 4. Bachelor of Arts, University of the Philippines; 5. Diploma in Advanced Military Science, University of the Philippines;

3rd. Arlene Uy Corral (Ceferino Lineage), 1. Master of Public Administration, University of the Philippines 2. A.B. Economics, University of the Philippines;

4th. Lorito Dulay Cinco (Crisanta Lineage), 1. Master of Education,(9 units), Roosevelt College 2. B.S. in Education, Roosevelt College;

5th. Mariano Cerbito Dulay (Ceferino Lineage), 1. BSBA Accounting, Polytechnic University of the Philippines; 2. Powerpack 1.7, STI; 3. Basic Micro Word/ Excel, Informatics;

6th. Anthony Dulay Quiles,Jr.(Celedonia Lineage), BS Industrial Engineering; Technological Institute of the Philippines;

7th. Araceli Fontanilla Quiles (Celedonia Lineage), BS Industrial Engineering; Technological Institute of the Philippines;

8th. Abigael Salazar Guardiano (Celedonia Lineage), BS Psychology; New Era College

9th.Nelia Gullab Quiles(Ceferino Lineage), B.S. in Industrial Education, Marikina Institute of Science and Technology;

10th. Florentino Dulay Guardiano (Asuncion Lineage), 1.U.S.Navy Basic Training Course, San Diego, California; 2. BS Architecture (3rd year), Far Eastern University;

11th. Ambrocio Cerbito Dulay (Ceferino Lineage), 1.Police Officer 1, Civil Service Eligible; 2. BSBA Management,(3rd year), Polytechnic University of the Philippines;

12th. Michael Borromeo Dulay (Ambrocio Lineage), Diploma in Automotive echnology,Marikina Institute of Science and Technology;

13th. Cristina Quiles Lagunsad(Celedonia Lineage), Diploma in Business Secretarial, Roosevelt College;

14th. Vilma Alvarez Cinco(Crisanta Lineage), Diploma in Business Secretarial, Roosevelt College;

15th. Mia Jalandoni Nila Cinco (Crisanta Lineage), Diploma in Computer Secretarial, Datamex Institute of Computer Technology (Caloocan Branch)

16th. Arlene Corral Dulay 11 (Sofronio Lineage), BSBA Accounting, (2nd Year),University of Sto.Tomas;

17th. Regin Lana(Alfreda Lineage), BS Industrial Education,(2nd Year), Marikina Polytechnic College;

18th. Rebecca Dulay Lana (Alfreda Lineage), BS in Education, (2nd Year), Maranatha College;

19th. Lenie Guardiano Mirren (Asuncion Lineage), BS Banking and Finance, (2nd year), New Era College;

20th Nelia Gemao Serrano (Erlinda Lineage), BS Office Management, (2nd year), Baguio Colleges;

21st Nestor Dulay Gemao (Erlinda Lineage), Computer Technology, (2nd year), Marikina Institute of Science and Technology;

22nd. Bertilito Cinco (Crisanta Lineage), BS Sports Science (1st Year), University of Sto Tomas;

23rd. Marvin Quiles Dulay(Ambrocio Lineage), BS Education (1st Year), University of the East;

24th. John Paul Quiles(Celedonia Lineage), BS Education (1st Year), Polytechnic University of the Philippines;

25th. Troadio Dulay Cinco, Jr. (Crisanta Lineage), Industrial Technolgy, (1st year), Marikina Institute of Science and Technology;

26th. Michelle Borromeo Dulay (Ambrocio Lineage), Computer Technology, (1st year), Marikina Institute of Science and Technology;

27th. Marian Dulay Cinco (Crisanta Lineage), BS Nursing, (1st Year);

28th. Wilson Cerbito Dulay (Ceferino Lineage), Diploma in Business Secretarial, (Ist Year), Roosevelt College;

29th. Alfredo Dulay Lana (Alfreda Lineage), Fourth Year High School, Marikina Heights High School

30th. Shiela Marie Gemao Serrano (Erlinda Lineage), fourth Year high School, Marikina Heights High School

31st. Christopher Quiles Brown (Celedonia Lineage), California USA - unaccounted
Geneology of the Eldest Sons: the succession of the leaders of the clan
1st Generation Leader : Petre Dulay
2nd Generation Leader : Doroteo Dulay
3rd Generation Leader : Elpidio Dulay
4th Generation Leader : Ceferino Dulay
5th Generation Leader : Sofronio Dulay l
6th Generation Leader : Sofronio Dulay ll
Children of 4th Generation Leader Ceferino Dulay constitute the reigning family of the Dulay Clan
Sofronio Dulay l , eldest son and 5th generation leader
Ambrocio Dulay
Mariano Dulay
Wilson Dulay
Crisanto Dulay Cinco
Erlinda Dulay Gemao
Celedonia Dulay Quiles
Alfreda Dulay Lana
Asuncion Dulay Guardiano
1. Children of 5th Generation Leader Sofronio Dulay l
Sofronio Dulay ll, eldest son and 6th generation leader
Arlene Dulay ll
Katreena Marie Dulay
2. Children of Ambrocio Dulay
Michael Dulay
Marvin Dulay
Mechelle Dulay Arandia
Monique Dulay
3. Children of Mariano Dulay
Katrina Dulay
4. Children of Wilson Dulay
None yet
5. Children of Crisanta Dulay Cinco
Renato Cinco
Lorito Cinco
Joel Cinco
Troadio Cinco, Jr.
Bertilito Cinco
Marife Cinco
Marian Cinco
6. Children of Erlinda Dulay Gemao
Ronald Gemao
Rommel Gemao
Nestor Gemao
Nelia Genao
7. Children of Celedonia Dulay Quiles
Joseph Quiles
Christopher Quiles Brown
Anthony Quiles, Jr.
John Paul Quiles
Cristina Quiles Lagunsad
Antonette Quiles
8. Children of Alfreda Dulay Lana
Arnold Lana
Regine Lana
Alfredo Lana
Rebecca Lana
9. Children of Asuncion Dulay Guardiano
Florentino Guardiano
Ricardo Guardiano
Lenie Merren

Friday, May 4, 2007

Who is a Globalist?

Note: This landmark article is considered by the Globalist Manifesto Party to be very important because this article was able to lay down the profiles of our million of party sympathizers/members worldwide. It can be said now that the members of the GM Party are the emerging special kind of homo sapiens whose concern goes beyond hooliganistic and personal agenda but of conserving the earth and its life form in a peaceful and prosperous coexistence of human race regardless of creed and color. They will be the magnet that will bind together the future of human civilization.The momentum has been gaining, with the help of Yahoo, Google and Alta Vista. A representaion to a UN agency has been initiated. Contacts with the Vatican had been started. Who will be the first nation to endorse the formation of a world government? Who will be the de facto world leaders who will give a human face for this crusade? The next 10 years will be very crucial.

By Stephan Richter

Words go in and out of style every day. Some words, however, continue to evoke concepts that are crucial to humanity's understanding of itself — and its changing circumstances. Such words can become an important part of our vocabulary for centuries. The Globalist believes it has found such a word. In fact, we have made this word — "globalist" — the name for our own endeavors. But just what is a "globalist"?

Definitions can be a straitjacket. Think for a moment about words that define a particular world view or task — words such as "environmentalist," "capitalist" or "economist." Such words often limit, oversimplify or create false impressions.

Everyone is a "globalist"

For us, the term "globalist" proves to be an exception. It is a word that tends toward inclusion, rather than exclusion. In fact, anyone with a curiosity to learn about the world around them — and an ability to keep an open mind and an interest in sorting out the changes being wrought every day — can consider himself or herself a "globalist."

Anyone with a curiosity about the world around them can call themselves a "globalist."

Words with a similar root can often cause confusion. For instance, globalists are by no means an elite circle of business or political leaders determined to push forward the globalization agenda in a rapid-fire fashion. As far as we can tell, those folks are much more appropriately called "globalizers." (See "Globalism Vs. Globalization" by Joseph Nye.)

By contrast, globalists have a strong interest in understanding more about the modern global economy, politics and culture. A globalist is dedicated to figuring out how the world hangs together. That includes sorting out the dynamic political and social changes associated with globalization — and questions them rigorously when necessary.
That is why our editorial focus is on presenting the many intriguing story lines of the global and political economy. At our core, we are dedicated to examining the premises and fallacies of conventional wisdom about the global landscape — with one new feature every day.

A globalist mosaic

In doing so, we are not trying to give any definite answers. Rather, we lay out before you the results of the questions that intrigue us. Ultimately, we are putting together a mosaic — feature article by feature article — and all in an effort to compose a broader picture.
Globalists want to ensure that the fruits of globalization are spread throughout the world fairly and equitably.
Globalists comprehend that the cooperation of many individuals, institutions and corporations is needed to ensure that the potential fruits of globalization are spread throughout the world fairly and equitably. Globalists are committed to muting or eliminating globalization's negative effects.
Thus, globalists believe that solid arguments — and not narrow-mindedness and demagoguery — are needed to bring all parties to a better understanding of their own role and responsibilities. In that vein, globalists place the highest values upon exploration and open-mindedness.

Searching for meaning

In fact, many globalists have not formed strong opinions one way or the other — either about the global economy, society, politics and culture, or about globalization itself. Some are neither strongly for globalization — nor against it. Others may be staunch globalizers, or foes of globalization.
What unites globalists is their interest in the process of constant discovery, learning, openmindedness and exploration on a global scale. It is a daunting task and requires both listening — and contributing — to the dialogue about the ongoing process of global integration.
What unites globalists is their interest in the process of constant discovery, learning, openmindedness and exploration.
One thing that globalists do agree on is the importance of a keen awareness about the process of globalization. Of course, we recognize that this integration has been going on for hundreds of years.
At different stages, varying nations have been in the lead a as a result of their specific courses of actions. By the same token, the dynamic integration of the global economy does not — and cannot — predominantly serve the interests of any one nation, no matter how powerful.
Members of the global community — and economy
Ideally, we are all globalists, as members of the human community and the global economy, living on the planet earth. As the economy evolves, so too should the debate about it and the many changes brought about by globalization.
Globalists watch closely as these changes occur — and take part in the debate. They make their contributions and insights heard. Thus, true globalists will have a direct impact on the process of globalization — and give the crucial debate about it a truer form and shape.

Advancing global openness

Another thing on which globalists tend to agree is that globalization, for all its faults, tends to advance — rather than retard — the agenda of global openness.
After all, due to the power of the media — and thanks to their technology-enhanced democratization — globalization's failures are exposed ever more quickly and powerfully. This painful spotlight gives the perpetrators a strong incentive to correct their actions.
In the dialogue on globalization, many of the world's traditional media, governments, corporations or think tanks are keen to advance only their nation's set of interests.
As the constructive globalists that we are, the editorial team at The Globalist is not beholden to any particular national identity or interest. We tell stories, draw comparisons, analyze the arguments of all sides in the globalization debate — and we strive to do so clearly and cogently.
That is where we differ from many of the world's traditional media, governments, corporations, think tanks or universities. They often limit their scope of analysis and interpretation in a crucial manner — by persistently advancing their nation's set of interests in the dialogue on globalization.
Viewing the sweeping changes in the global economy and politics through the static prism of any nation often leads to misunderstanding — or outright fallacy.