BILIRAN ISLAND WEB POLL
Are you in favor of Mining Operation in Biliran Island?
No 85.45 % (558)
Yes 14.55 % (95)
Nov. 27, 2008 to Feb. 14, 2009
noel palana Calada posted: 27-Nov-2008 17:53
I’m not in favor at this time untill the thorough investigation if it is safe to operate.
“Rod” posted: 28-Nov-2008 07:33
“No”…. If given a chose to make a difference, I would not approve of Mining Operation on Biliran Island. Based on the effort by Biliranians to improve Tourism. I think Mining Operations would not only harm the Tourism effort, but over time I believe the beautiful environment on the Island will suffer as well.
kishiamae posted: 29-Nov-2008 22:08
kay nganu nga mag miing mna dri sa ato? knsa man maka binipisyo ana? unya kanang mining kay daku and peruhisyo ans? unsa may matabang ana sa ato mga biliranun ? busa huna huna usa kadaghan usa mo mag implement sa inyung mga personal nga mga interest, ok
neil posted: 30-Nov-2008 16:27
No.because can cause landslide or soil erosion watever…
lods posted: 2-Dec-2008 09:27
if the mining continue to our beloved island, the biliran can be call biliran DISGUISE not PARADISE…huhuhuhu
dee ann velarde posted: 3-Dec-2008 10:30
maV’s posted: 3-Dec-2008 11:33
They may harmed the people of biliran, especially villagers near the site of operation. Once the goverment let them, they do only is ruining our habitat.
Those people are craving to do it again and again, from place to place where they thought ,can get more treasure/minerals.
PS: DONT EVER LET THEM!
babu posted: 4-Dec-2008 03:01
to make biliran improve
concern biliranons posted: 4-Dec-2008 14:15
biliran is a small island and many volcano’s for me mining can make biliran more dangerous, stop mining, preserve our land.
gess posted: 6-Dec-2008 08:54
it would ruin the island’s environment
febe felecia faller posted: 6-Dec-2008 12:57
tungod kay sigurado mag landslide kung may typhoon na kusog.
mark varias posted: 7-Dec-2008 17:53
i’m not favor in mining in biliran island,because time will come our island will be destroyed
vincent posted: 8-Dec-2008 11:41
i am not in favor of mining, it may lead into land slide beware about it!
liana posted: 8-Dec-2008 16:26
hindi ako pabor sa mining operation. Jusko!!! although makatabang na sa atong economy sa ato province…still 8s not right na siraon ang atong paradise.
ROLDAN P. LASTIMA posted: 9-Dec-2008 19:55
Although it can help employment of the area, but of course it can destroy the agricultural land of the area. Local government should study carefully the effect of this mining. Biliran province is not realy ideal for mining
michelle posted: 11-Dec-2008 11:22
wa mo na lipong..???!! unya malunod d.i ug kalit ang biliran murag manlupad mo…. mga pigit and mo say yes… think about it gud kong sakto ba..
DONDON posted: 13-Dec-2008 14:41
nakakahiya ang mga taga biliran,kc ang mga na mumuno sa inyo mga mukhang pera.balewala sa kanila ang kalikasan ang mahalaga ay ang pera.lalo na ang mga espina
edita s. regodo posted: 13-Dec-2008 16:28
Please dont allow this mining activities in the province. It causes damage on our natural resources.
BB posted: 15-Dec-2008 22:40
i’m not in favor of mining in our small Island.i don’t want our Biliran province in PERIL!they don’t think of our safety.they Ruin our natural Resources.
aj posted: 16-Dec-2008 08:44
Mining could generate income. But if the generated income will just go to the “dirty hands”, better not.
One more thing, if you touch and disturb nature, you can hardly evade on its vengeance.
private posted: 18-Dec-2008 05:13
nganu nga mining pa mn ang negosyo na makadaut mna sa environment..instead of putting up business for the good ness and makaayo sa society..
peter du posted: 20-Dec-2008 17:45
MINING IS DANGEROUS TO OUR SMALL AND DELICATE PROVINCE AND STRICTLY NO TO MINING EXCEPT THE GEOTHERMAL HERE IN BILIRAN.
Camille posted: 21-Dec-2008 08:53
only a despicable, heartless and with the sign of pesos swirling around in those monster eyes can do such vile things to our NATURAL RESOURCES!!!!
just remember the adage, “what goes around comes around.”
antonio posted: 23-Dec-2008 18:04
save our island its our hometown our sweet paradise dont allowed our island suffer for non sense mining for the government stupid benefits stupid shit isnt it right.save our island pls!!! dont be just a fool Dont just be a human being, be a human doing too
DONDON posted: 24-Dec-2008 10:43
MAKARMA SANA ANG NASA LIKOD NG MINING OPERATION NA YAN SA BILIRAN.ANG BILIRAN AY PARAISO WAG NAMAN SANANG GAWING IMPYERNO.DARATING ANG PANAHON GUGUHO ANG LUPA PABABA.PANO NAMAN ANG NAKATIRA SA MGA BARYO.ESPINA LUMALABAS NA ANG TOTOONG KULAY NYO.SAKIM KAYO SA KAYAMANAN GUSTO NYO LAHAT AY NASA INYO.WAG NAMAN SANA PATI ANG KAYAMANAN NG KALIKASAN SA BILIRAN AY KAMKAMIN PA.KUNG ANG MGA TAONG BOBO SA BILIRAN AY KAYA NYONG BILHIN,,,,ANG KALIKASAN HINDE NYO KAYANG BAYARAN.MAY PAG KA BOBO RIN TALAGA YANG MGA ESPINA.NAKATAGO NA NGA ANG MGA BAHO NG PAMILYA NILA.GUMAWA PA NG ISANG BAHO NG LANTARAN.
gary posted: 28-Dec-2008 12:30
i’m working in this industry, environtal results will costly to nearby resident, not now but in the future…say no 100x…..pollution is number 1…long term effect no nobody knows will in the future..mutation..cancer,,,etc
juneilao posted: 30-Dec-2008 22:23
Maayo kong ang kita sa pag mina, sa government lang deritsho, ay kong sa bulsa sa mga kawatan sa gobyerno!.. Walay ayo!!
deolito posted: 31-Dec-2008 23:51
mining is good as long as the process is legal , thus affected people will be relocated with the expense of mining company.
emmanuel buriel posted: 8-Jan-2009 10:37
I disagree with the mining operation in our island province, because with that kind of operation is considered as an extracted economy where in mining, once you extract the mineral, you cannot plant again. Unlike in the agriculture, you can plant again for the next harvest.
Patrick P. Perez posted: 9-Jan-2009 11:04
ayokong magkaroon ng mining operation jan sa Baliran Province!!! dapat aksyonan to ni Gov. Espina!!!
hoi Gov…. Anung ginagawa mo???
at isa pa,… makakasira lang to sa kalikasan natin!!! dapat nating i-preserve ang kalikasan natin lalo na’t ang panahon natin ay suma-sama!!!
nemz posted: 9-Jan-2009 12:16
dapat na di yan matuloy ang mining operation na yan kc sa huli ang mga mamamayan pa rin ng biliran ang magsusuffer……. i know maraming side effects ang operation na yan….
bernadeth posted: 11-Jan-2009 23:38
maadjo ang inyong programa usa pa maka inlove man ang inyong song .,.
jude posted: 13-Jan-2009 15:17
mining can affect to all biliranons
a student from NSF posted: 13-Jan-2009 17:35
no cause it can distract our environment and if they continue what they were doing it has a possible that billiran easily lost or gone the map of the philipines
altag posted: 13-Jan-2009 20:16
no no no no
leila posted: 13-Jan-2009 21:34
no. My God! Biliran Island has been through a lot from corrupt gov’t officials to calamities. The least we could do is protect our natural resources.
Deth posted: 14-Jan-2009 17:56
we don’t have any right to devastate the beauty that God given to us instead we should improve it….mining is one of the harmful things to deal with….take a look for the past happenings in the northern part of luzon brought by this act……..
Joseph Sablada posted: 19-Jan-2009 12:29
Please don’t exploit our remaining natural resource for personal gain only!
Mark Anthony Del Rosario posted: 20-Jan-2009 13:18
wag ipatupad ang mining pagkat d natin alam ang mangyayari sa susunod na generation, mark31
HALF-BLOOD PRINCE posted: 21-Jan-2009 18:13
ayoko talagang magkaroon ng mining operation jan sa probinsya ko dahil masisira lang yung likas na yaman ng munti kong province!!!!!
ndi talaga ako papayag!!!!!
ano ba’ng ginagawa mo???
May Pinag-aralan ka naman ‘di ba???
janice baco posted: 22-Jan-2009 17:37
why we have to that…it will just ruin the nature of the biliran island….
Jabez posted: 23-Jan-2009 11:16
Mining is not bad per se so that it important the detail of such business endeavor. No one want it to be like what happen to a mining scandal that happens in southern Luzon involving an Australian company/owner/operator. No or yes it depends, for fear one would opt for no because of unforeseeable disastrous results..
Daisy posted: 25-Jan-2009 20:17
ang mining ay nakakasira sa ating kalikasan, kaya wag na buksan ang mining sa biliran….
michael angelo floralde posted: 25-Jan-2009 22:01
i don’t agree on dat.. ur onli destroying our ecosystem…so just be f#ck%ngly backoff…
gerson posted: 26-Jan-2009 09:58
becoz its unfair…
the ghansteel posted: 26-Jan-2009 22:15
Masasabi ko lang hindi ako favor of mining, kasi po makakasira ito ating kalikasan lalo na dito sa biliran. ang atiing lupang sinilangan at dapat ito pangalagaan at mahalin at huwag sirain.
my strong objection about mining operation here in our beloved province of biliran. we all know that after this operation it would affect to our natural beauty in our island, so my strong dis agree on this kind of an activity.
“Vigilance to the state is a good to the nation”- the ghansteel
Anthony Obejas posted: 27-Jan-2009 20:53
please prevere the real nature of biliran paradise
mark varias posted: 29-Jan-2009 01:53
i’m not favor in mining in biliran,because it will destroy our nature.
los posted: 29-Jan-2009 09:07
zoro posted: 30-Jan-2009 11:29
If you have mining, then many local people will have work. The Province will gain TAXES from the mining companies, to improve ALL public services that people complain about now. Australia IS a large mining and export Country. So take a leaf from their book, and LEARN.
lhai posted: 31-Jan-2009 16:53
sana wag na lang po ipagpatuloy ang mining kasi masisira lang po ang kalikasan ng biliran.siguro naman makakahanap pa ng ibang alternative para kumita.dapat po natin i-conserve ang kalikasan.PLS STOP MINING IN BILIRAN!!!!!!!
andrew machete posted: 2-Feb-2009 15:00
Nope, i don’t want to use the natural resources Biliran for their own sake, even i’m not born in that province I treasure it as an ancestral place of my great grand parents.
para ko narin baluarte, napamahal nako sa lugar ng biliran dahil isang taon din akong nanirahan at para sa akin isang kayamanan ang pangalagaan ang lugar ng aking mga ninuno
rheane posted: 4-Feb-2009 20:11
mining operation should NOT be allowed because it will only destroy the environment and the long term effect to the natural resources or to the environment and the people living nearby the mining site.
ronie posted: 5-Feb-2009 14:18
g 2gutan man sa gobernor mao nka operate.playing safe pa ang “kokok”(gobernor)para engnaon.sus gob,baho na gad ka!
arman posted: 7-Feb-2009 21:52
i donr want to have a mining operation in our province coz its distruct the beuty of our gifted provinced…
jheyn posted: 8-Feb-2009 11:23
anu kau siniswerte
cathy posted: 9-Feb-2009 15:14
pls…dli jud ko sang ayon anang mining operation sa biliran…maka daot na para sa mga tawo nga na muyo dha…ug sa mga kalasangan na to dha…
albert posted: 10-Feb-2009 05:47
ofcourse not why would you want to destroy whats left of the beautiful island there are other ways to upgrade the scale of living im sure there are projects all over the world or ideas that can point you in the right direction
randy abanico posted: 11-Feb-2009 18:33
data walang mining when i was there but now meron na.how come?maraming maapektohang mga mahihirap sa mining na yan