'People power practiced too often sends a message abroad that you're an unstable country'
A JESUIT priest and medical doctor active in the anti-Marcos resistance, Fr. Archie fled to Sabah in 1980, after incurring Imelda's ire. There, he lived in a Moro rebel camp together with other dissidents. He later flew to Spain to study, while remaining active in the party he helped found, the Partido Demokratiko Sosyalista ng Pilipinas (PDSP). The PDSP was against both Marcos and the communists. Intengan returned to Manila after Edsa, remaining with the PDSP while also serving for some time as provincial superior of the Philippine Jesuits. Today he gives President Arroyo occasional advice on religious matters.
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