Thursday, February 11, 2010

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Monday, May 25, 2009

Bill seeks life terms for street gangs, frats & BAN Them in the Philippines

House measure
fights street Gangs & Frats


BY WENDELL VIGILIA & Gil C. Cabacungan Jr

MANILA, Philippines -- A bill has been filed by two congressmen outlawing all street gangs and fraternities with their big bosses and members facing jail time between 15 and 30 years or life imprisonment.

THE House has approved on final reading a measure which seeks to deter the proliferation of street gangs through a set of stiff penalties against members, recruiters and anyone who commits gang-related crimes.

House Bill 5827 or the "Criminal Street Gang Deterrence and Punishment Act of 2009" authored by Rep. Rufus Rodriguez (PMP, Cagayan de Oro) & Rodolfo W. Antonino of Nueva Ecija define criminal gangs as a "formal or in formal group, club, organization or association of three or more members who, alone or any combination thereof, acts(s) or agree(s) to act in concert in order to commit two or more predicate gang crimes."

"Predicate gang crime," it said, is "any threat or act or attempted act or threat which is punishable under the revised Penal Code and other special penal laws and punishable by imprisonment of more than one year."

The bill said "predicate gang crimes" are murder, attempted murder, gambling, kidnapping, robbery, extortion, arson, obstruction of justice, burglary, sexual assault, and carjacking.

Also considered gang crimes are tampering with or retaliating against a witness, victim or informant, and manufacturing, importing, distributing and possessing with intent to distribute, or otherwise dealing in controlled substance(s) or chemicals; or other similar offenses."

The measure provides the penalty of imprisonment of not more than 10 years for people who will "recruit, solicit, induce, employ, command or cause another individual to gain entrance to, remain a member of or increase his/her position in a criminal street gang or conspire to do so with the intent that the said individual shall participate in any offense described by this Act."

It proposes a 15-year imprisonment for persons who will "employ, use, command, coerce, counsel, persuade, induce or entice any individual to commit, cause to commit or facilitate the commission of a 2 predicate gang crime in furtherance of or in aid of the activities of a criminal street gang."

In case the individual induced is a minor, the recruiter will face imprisonment of not less than 10 years but not more than 15 years and a fine set by the court.

The bill provides a stiffer 20-year imprisonment for any person who shall" commit, conspire or attempt to commit two or more predicate gang crimes in furtherance of or in aid of the activities of a criminal street gang."

However, a person who at the time of the offense occupied a position of organizer, leader, supervisor, manager or any other position of management or supervision in the criminal street gang involved in such violation shall be imprisoned for not less than 30 years or for life.

The bill also provides that any person who, in furtherance or in aid of a criminal street gang, commits a crime of violence against any individual, or conspires or attempts to do so, shall be punished in addition and consecutive to the punishment provided for any other violation as follows:

• Life imprisonment for murder, kidnapping for ransom.

• 10 years for sexual assault

• Five years for maiming; assault with a dangerous weapon or assault resulting in serious bodily injury; attempting or conspiring to commit murder, kidnapping; and, attempting or conspiring to commit a crime involving assault with a dangerous weapon or assault resulting in serious bodily injury,

Rodriguez, in the bill, said the crime situation "has reached an alarming level despite enforcement of supposedly stricter law enforcement measures."

He said the police have identified "hot spots" in Metro Manila, or places where gangs often carry out criminal activities.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009



A fraternity (Latin frater : "brother") is a brotherhood, though the term usually connotes a distinct or formal organization. The only true distinction between a fraternity and any other form of social organization is the implication that the members freely associate as equals for a mutually beneficial purpose, rather than because of a religious, governmental, commercial, or familial bond, although there are fraternities dedicated to each of these topics.

In many instances fraternities are limited to male membership but this is not always the case, and there are mixed male and female, and even wholly female, fraternities. For example, for general fraternities; Grande Loge Mixte de France, Honorable Fraternity of Ancient Freemasons, Grande Lodge Feminine de France, Order of the Eastern Star.

Fraternities can be organized for many purposes, including university education, work skills, ethics, ethnicity, religion, politics, charity, chivalry, other standards of personal conduct, asceticism, service, performing arts, family command of territory, and even crime. There is almost always an explicit goal of mutual support, and while there have been fraternal orders for the well-off there have also been many fraternities for those in the lower ranks of society, especially for national or religious minorities. Trade unions also grew out of fraternities such as the Knights of Labor.

The ability to organize freely, apart from the institutions of government and religion, was a fundamental part of the establishment of the modern world. In Living the Enlightenment, Margaret C. Jacobs showed the development of Jurgen Habermas' 'public space' in 17th century Netherlands was closely related to the establishment of lodges of Freemasons.

There are known fraternal organizations which existed as far back as ancient Greece and Rome and analogous institutions in the late medieval period called confraternities, which were lay organizations allied to the Catholic Church.

The development of Freemasonry in the early 1700s became a watershed moment in fraternal organization, and there have been hundreds of varieties of Freemasonry, and thousands of closely parallel organizations since then. Virtually all fraternal organizations today bear some debt to the models of organization first worked out in Masonic lodges.

The development was especially dynamic in the United States, where the freedom to associate outside governmental regulation is expressly sanctioned in law. There have been hundreds of fraternal organizations in the United States, and at the turn of the last century the number of memberships was equal to the number of adult males, although, because of multiple memberships, probably only 50% of adult males belonged to any organizations. In 1944 Arthur M. Schlesinger coined the phrase "a nation of joiners" to refer to the phenomenon. Alexis de Tocqueville also referred to the American reliance on private organization in the 1830s in Democracy in America.

There are many attributes that fraternities may or may not have, depending on their structure and purpose. Fraternities can have differing degrees of secrecy, some form of initiation or ceremony marking admission, formal codes of behavior, disciplinary procedures, very differing amounts of real property and assets.

College and university fraternities
Main article: Fraternities and sororities
Fraternities have a long history in colleges and universities, and form a major subsection of the whole range of fraternities. In Europe, students are organized in nations and corporations since the beginnings of the modern university in the late medieval period, but the situation can differ greatly by country.

In the United States, fraternities in colleges date to the 1820s, but did not fully assume an established pattern until the 1840s. They were strongly influenced by the patterns set by Freemasonry. The main difference between the older European organizations and the American organizations is that the American student societies virtually always include initiations, the formal use of symbolism, and the lodge-based organizational structure (chapters) derived from usages in Freemasonry

Tau Gamma Phi (ΤΓΦ)

Tau Gamma Phi

Triskelions' Grand Fraternity

Founded October 4, 1968 (1968-10-04) (age 40)
University of the Philippines
Type Socio Economic Service Fraternity
Scope International
Motto " A Triskelion firmly believes in the power of reason and not in the use force as reason. "
Colors Gold and Black

Symbol Triskelion (general),
Lion (animal),
St. Francis of Assisi (patron saint)
"Triskelion Hymn" (anthem)

Chapters Philippines = 4000+ Philippine Colleges, Universities and Community Based Chapters
United States = 10 Active Triskelion Alumni Organization Regional Councils

Other Global T.A.O. / RC's :
Australia = 1
Bahrain = 1,
Brunei = 1,
Canada = 3,
Germany = 1,
Guam = 1,
Hong Kong = 1,
Italy = 1,
Iran = 1,
Iraq = 1,
Ireland = 1,
Israel = 1,
Japan = 1,
Kuwait = 1,
Libya = 1,
New Zealand = 1,
Oman = 1,
Qatar = 1,
Saudi Arabia = 3,
Singapore = 1,
South Korea = 1,
Spain = 1,
Switzerland = 1,
Thailand = 1,
Vanuatu = 1
United Arab Emirates = 1,
United Kingdom = 2
Cardinal Principles The 3 Cardinal Principles:
"Fortis Voluntas Fraternitas "
Headquarters University of the Philippines, Diliman
Quezon City, Manila, Philippines
Tau Gamma Phi (ΤΓΦ) also known as the Triskelions' Grand Fraternity, is a fraternity established in the Philippines. Its members call themselves Triskelions. Their aim is to hopefully see a Fraternity System devoid of fraternity violence, and to earnestly propagate their fraternity's principles as their way of life. Based on these quests, the Triskelions, categorised their formal group as a 'protest fraternity'.

The Tau Gamma Phi Fraternity is now one of the largest fraternities in the Philippines. It has about 700 thousand registered members. Further, the fraternity, have chapters in colleges and universities around the country. The Triskelion Alumni Organization (T.A.O.) is the umbrella organisation for all its alumni members. The TAO have established closely-knit enclaves in the United States of America, Europe and other continents around the world.

The Tau Gamma Phi was founded at the Diliman Campus of the University of the Philippines on October 4, 1968.

The second chapter of Triskelions was founded at the Philippine Maritime Institute on August 3, 1969. In the next few years many other chapters were also be founded in other colleges and universities in the Philippines.

Martial Law
Martial Law was declared on September 21, 1972 by the late dictator President Ferdinand E. Marcos. Many of the cause-oriented groups critical to the regime, fraternities included became targets of military harassment. Believing that these groups posed a threat to the order and stability of the Marcos administration. Ostensibly due to 'leftist' leanings, the Tau Gamma Phi Fraternity's office was raided under an Arrest-Search and Seizure signed then Secretary of Defense Juan Ponce Enrile.

Struggling from the effects of Martial Law which suspended all fraternal and organizational activity within the collegiate levels. Bro. Ramoncito “Monching" Ocampo, who was the Secretary-General of the Fraternity during that time, decided to tap the younger generations in the High School sector. This gave birth to the Junior Tau Gamma Phi founded at San Beda College - High School in 1975 where Bro. Boyet Gorospe was one of the founders.

Notable Triskelions

Ralph Recto (DLSU) - Former Senator of the Republic of the Philippines and recently appointed the Secretary of the National Economic and Development Authority by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.
Pryde Henry Teves (DLSU) - Congressman, 3rd District of the province of Negros Oriental.
Albert S. Garcia (DLSU-Green Hills) - Congressman, 2nd District of the province of Bataan.
Papay Imperial (TYM) - Congressman, 2nd District of the province of Albay.[6]

Nathan Azarcon (UST) - Bassist of Alternative Rock bands Bamboo and Rivermaya.
Errol "Budoy" Marabiles - Vocalist of Reggae band Junior Kilat and one of the celebrity housemates on the first Pinoy Big Brother: Celebrity Edition 1.
Luis Manzano (DLSU) - Actor, Model, TV Host. Son of Batangas governor and multi awarded actress Vilma Santos and actor Edu Manzano.
Jao Mapa (UST) - Actor, Model, Artist.
Diether Ocampo (DLSU-Dasma) - Actor, Model, Vocalist, TV Host.
John Wayne Sace (TYM) - Actor.
Oyo Boy Sotto (ADMU)- Actor, TV Host. Son of Vic Sotto and Dina Bonnevie.

Arts and Literature
Jao Mapa (UST) - More notably known as an actor, but he is also a very successful artist, did several acclaimed paintings, especially his "Mag-Ina" and "Lakbay" series.[7]
Eric Go (UST) - Gold Medal Awardee for Etching in 1981 at the China Selection of Philippine Art, Beijing, China.

Affiliated Groups
Tau Gamma Sigma ( ΤΓΣ ) — Also known as the Triskelions' Grand Sorority, is the affiliated Sorority of the Tau Gamma Phi Fraternity.
Triskelion Alumni Organization ( T.A.O. ) — The umbrella organization of all Triskelion alumni worldwide.
Triskelion Order of Law ( T.O.L. ) — Triskelion Alumni members who are in the judiciary and paralegal profession.
Triskelion Order of Medicine ( T.O.M. ) — Triskelion Alumni members who are in the medical profession.
Triskelion Order of Business ( T.O.B. ) — Triskelion Alumni members who are in the corporate world, businessmen and or those who operate their own entrepreneural ventures.
Triskelion Information Technology Organization ( T.I.T.O. ) — Triskelion Alumni members who are in the Computers and Information Technology profession.
Triskelion Law Enforcers Group ( TriLEG ) — Triskelion Alumni members who are in the Police, Military and Armed Forces profession.
Bagong Tao Movement ( B.T.M. ) — A duly accredited political party list organization of the Tau Gamma Phi Fraternity and Tau Gamma Sigma Sorority.
Triskelion Seafarers League ( TriSEAL ) — Triskelion Alumni members who are working as seamen, navy personnel, and crew in ships that are plying oceans around the globe.
Triskelion Rescue and Emergency Assistance Team ( T.R.E.A.T. ) — Triskelion Alumni who are members of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and various Fire Volunteer Brigades.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Filipino Gangs

Filipino Gangs

Filipino Gangs are present in the Philippine Islands and Internationally, most of these are located in the United States of America (California primarily). There is a very large number of Filipino street gangs in the Philippines and United States, Organised crime is also known to exist between a number of gangs.


In general, their are gangs located in the Philippines that deal in organised crime, and follow a general hierarchy. These gangs can be linked to certain families or barkadas (groups). A number of gangs are known to deal in illegal narcotics, some known criminal activities include home invasion, kidnapping and torture, extortion, arson, grand theft auto, robberies, sale of illegal narcotics, battery assault, shootings and numerous known & unknown homicides. Some gangs are so largely spread out among the island nation, that it is hard to keep track of the various branch's, this is evident in one of the largest and most infamous gangs among the Philippine Islands, known as the "SSC" gang also known as the "Sigue-Sigue Comando".
Filipino gangs are also known to be located in parts of Europe and Asia, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and primarily in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.


A number of gangs in the Philippines are known to be active around the nation, the majority being centered in Manila, with locations in and around the general Metro Manila region.
One of the most infamous areas in the City is Tondo, Manila. Tondo is known to be the "Hub" of Gangs in the region, with the majority of street gangs being located in this district.
Apart from a very large number of local street gangs, there are a number of organized gangs among the Philippines.

True Brown Style 13

True Brown Style 13 "Vera Indio Istilo at Trese" (TBS 13) is one of The most famous & largest street gangs in the Philippines because of its crime related activities throughout the country. Murder, homicide, illegal drug trade, and home invasions is their primary criminal activities. The TBS 13 gang originated from San Diego, California, USA. Filipina-mexicanas deportees brought the gangs name and formed a clique in the Philippines. The clique which started in the Philippines was exclusively for females. But as the gang grew, the former female members accepted male members to join the gang, and those members made the gang infamous in the Philippines. True Brown Style 13 is the most popular Gang in the Philippines. Their colors are Red,Blue & Black their Sets are either Blood or Crip. Other True Brown Style 13 Hoods are connected with Bloods & Crips in the USA.

Filipino Mafia

The Kuratong Baleleng was an organized crime syndicate that once was an anti-communist vigilante group. They were known nationwide due to their end in an alleged shootout with the Police on May 1995 in Quezon City.

For most Filipinos, the Kuratong Baleleng is that notorious group of bank robbers that met a bloody end in a supposed shootout with the police one May morning in 1995 in Quezon City. But down in Ozamiz City, in northwestern Mindanao, Kuratong is said to be well-loved — and well-connected, even if no one denies that it is a criminal syndicate.

Armed with assorted type of high powered firearms and operates in the cities of Ozamis,Cagayan De Oro, Pagadian and Dipolog, and other neighboring cities and municipalities in Mindanao (in southern Philippines), Cebu in Visayas (in Central Philippines), and Metro Manila in Luzon (in northern Philippines). The group is engaged in robbery/hold-up, carnapping, illegal drugs trafficking, smuggling of rice and sugar, Human smuggling, Gun Running, Extortion, Loan sharking, prostitution, illigal gambling, murder for hire, Protection rackets from Politicians,Businessmen and Drug dealers.

The members of the group are on the "BISAYA" speaking christians, no accurate estimation of the groups number since it has never been infiltrated and fear has become Kuratong Baleleng's most effective weapon.The Kuratong baleleng is the most well organized crime gang in the Philippines, it was rumored that some criminal gangs such as Abu sayyaf got killed without any permission to operate from the Kuratong Baleleng Bosses. "They have no qualms in killing perceived enemies," says a local journalist who asked not to be named. "They are untouchables." This perception is fueled by the fact that authorities refuse to even investigate criminal activities allegedly perpetrated by the group. The gang also has business ties with other ASIAN gangs such as Japanese YAKUZA and The Chinese Triads and the Russian Mafia. The Kuratong baleleng is also known for supplying rebels such as the NPA and Abu sayyaf groups.It was also rumored that the organization has gone International, and not online in the Philippines but, also some neighboring parts of the nation such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, singapore and even Saudi Arabia and Middle east.

Joining this gang is not easy since this is a highly organized crime syndicate and most members are Family associated by blood. The gang organization are consist of BOSSES these bosses are known as "PAPA" manong or Ninong the Head Boss or the father of the Family or Clan which comprise of the underboss the second in command. The Next are the "KUYA or MANOY" Big brother or the CAPTAIN. Each Captains consists of Soldiers or "Sondalo" these sondalo are the one's who always do the dirty works for the BOSSES. The Gang is hard to infiltrate and for that matter has never ever been infiltrated since the gang has bigtime protection such as former Generals ,Former mayors and former military people.

Akyat Bahay Gang

The Akyat Bahay Gang is known as a violent home invasion-oriented gang which also has a history with drug dealing.

Bahala Na Gang

The Bahala Na Gang ("Come What May") is one of the most notorious of Filipino Gangs, they were established among inmates in the notorious jails of the Philippines in the early 1940s and eventually spread its operations throughout the globe. The gang is known to have chapters in North and Latin America as well as Europe alongside their Philippine presence. A tattoo of a Question Mark (?) located on any part of the body is a mark of the infamous Filipino gang. The Bahala Gang, despite rumours that the gang is "dying" out, mainly due to the majority of its leaders being in jail, still has a presence in the Philippines and primarily in the United States.

Sigue Sigue Comando Gang

The Sigue Sigue Comando Gang is one of the largest Gangs in the Philippines. The Gang has thousands of members spread around the Philippine Islands, the gang is involved with home invasion, kidnapping and torture, extortion, arson, auto theft, robberies, sales of illegal narcotics, battery assault, shootings and numerous known & unknown homicides.
Sputnik Prison Gang-a prison gang
Batang Cityjail-a prison gang

Bacolod Underground Crips

Bacolod Underground Crips 13 (BUC13) is a type of gang that has been known for its number of vandals in the city of Bacolod, Negros Occidental. The gang is involved with shootings and mostly vandalism. The gang is widely spread in the city of Bacolod and is not involved with other gang wars except their own. The gang is said to have connected with True Brown Style 13 and other Crip gangs in Bacolod City.

Watch Dogg Committee

Watch Dogg Committee (WDC) is an underground type of gang wherein people, especially the poor and the oppressed and other members of the community, unite to liberate themselves from all forms of enslavement,violence and corruption, abusive use of power or authority, and create a condition in which there are no oppressors and oppressed. This gang is more on "activism", somewhat peaceful, but sometimes uses violence to get what they want such as to maintain order in their territory or to teach an enemy a lesson. It is widely existing in Mindanao and Visayas.

United States

Filipino Gangs in the United States are largely focused in and around the Southern California region (SoCal) and generally the entire West Coast region. Due to their hispanic culture they are more assimilated with other Latino gangs. There are thousands of Filipino gang members which mostly center around the California region, Chicago, New York, and Miami. They represent a diversre array of backgrounds and affiliations with some being with the Bloods, Crips, Sureños, Norteños, Peoples, and Folks.
There are a number of Filipino Gangs located on the west coast, below is a list of Major Filipino Gangs in the region.

Temple Street 13 Gang

The Temple Street Varrio over time has expanded outside its original territory and has established itself in the far corners of the L.A country, Northern Califas and in Las Vegas, Nevada, Salt Lake City, Utah, Pennysylvania, Washington and Oregon. And in addition to having established grounds on the west side of L.A TST has heads representing their Varrio in South Central, San Fernando Valley, Palmdale, Lancaster, Antelope Valley, Cerritos, Glendale, Long Beach, Pomona and Oakland. TST has even branched out Internationally, having presence in cities in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Mexico, El Salvador and the TST is well represented across the sea in the Philippines with the Pinoy Locos Clique which formed from the Temple Street Varrio.

The TST Pinoy Locos 13 Clique was originally started out in the Early 1980s and became one of the most notorious gangs in the Philippines, it also started out in the homegrounds of west central L.A but eventually with the deportation of many of the Filipino gang members of the Clique back to the Philippine Islands, the Clique became larger than ever back in the Philippines alongside the United States and its linked TST Cliques.

B Down Boys

The B Down Boys are a Filipino gang from the San Diego area.

Bahala Na Barkada

Bahala Na Barkada is a Filipino gang from the San Diego area.

Bahala Na Gang

The Bahala Na Gang ("Come What May"), also known by its abbreviation BNG , is one of the most notorious of Filipino Gangs, they were established among inmates in the notorious jails of the Philippines in the early 1940s and eventually spread its operations throughout the globe. The gang is known to have chapters in North and Latin America as well as Europe alongside their Philippine presence. A tattoo of a Question Mark (?) located on any part of the body is a mark of the infamous Filipino gang.
The BNG have a large influence primarily focused around the Los Angeles area and Bay area.
According to last reports, they are located in the following Los Angeles areas:

Los Angeles, West Covina, Glendale, Hawthorne, Montebello, Pomona, Cerritos and Carson


The Filipino Stoners, also known as TFS, is one of the most notorious of Filipino Gangs in northern california. Established by filipinos of the mid 1940's who were sick of the racism they dealt with. The gang is known to have gang members all over California and some in the Philippines

Watch Dogg Committee

Watch Dogg Committee (WDC) is a Filipino-African-American secret brotherhood. This group was first formed in Crown Heights, New York, U.S.A. in 1985 as a protection group against oppressive gangs. 1995, Watch Dogg became a gang when most of its members affiliated with the Bloods. 1996, Watch Dogg reached Los Angeles and became an inter-gang (with members from different gangs and groups such as Flipside 13, Tau Gamma Pinoy, Tropang Hudas, etc.). The word "Committee" was added to emphasize that the group is a mixture of different members from different gangs. It reached the Philippines in the year 1997. Though it is believed that the group disbanded in U.S. in the year 1996, there are still members in Crown Heights, New York and San Francisco Valley, Los Angeles. Members are widely present in the Philippines particularly in Dipolog City, Katipunan Zamboanga del Norte, Dumaguete City, Bayawan City, Bukidnon, General Santos City, and etc.

Hellside Gang

The Hellside Gang (HSG) is a Filipino street gang located on the West coast of the United States. The gang's turf is known to be at Gardena, Alhambra and Baldwin Park.

Insane Diego Mob
The Insane Diego mob is a Filipino gang from San Diego. The gang is known to be located on the South Side of San Diego.


JEFROX (JFX) was founded in 1979, is a Filipino Street Gang, with locations in Los Angeles (Maplewood) and Valleyside (Panorama, San Fernando, North Hills, Mission Hills and Northridge).[7] Spoiled Brotherz also known as Spoiled Bratz (SBZ) originally 13 heads from Los Angeles, is the ruthless, 2nd to the last click of the gang and was active in the valley around 1998-2005. Multiplied from Los Angeles to The ValleySide. Spoiled Brotherz became the number one click in their generation passing other clicks from the 90's, and highly respected in Los Angeles and The ValleySide. Because of numerous attempted murder, battery and drive bys. Their main rival was Van Nuys Asian Boyz (ABZ) and Mara Salvatruchas (MS). Recent incedent was the shootout on Panorama Sea Food City and the Kennedy High drive by attempted murder. The youngest click and that are still active until now are called No Mercy Pinoy (NMP) Valleyside. This click was originated from Spoiled Brotherz Click (SBZ).

Mabuhay Pinoy Trece

The Mabuhay Pinoy Trece (MP13) is a Filipino gang with locations in Eagle Rock, Walnut, Highland Park and parts of Los Angeles.

Pinoy Real Gang

The Pinoy Real Gang (PR), pronounced Pinoy Re-al street gang was founded in the early 1980s in Atwater Village, California. Located 9 miles Northeast of Downtown L.A. Pinoy is a Filipino slang name for a Filipino male. Real used in a Spanish term, pronounced Re-al which means Royal or King. The gang name is abbreviated to PR or PRG (G meaning Gang).
Pinoy Real Gang has known established sets and cliques throughout Southern California and Las Vegas and the Philippines. Active sets includes: Atwater Village, Granada Hills, Norwalk, West Covina, Hawthorne, Rancho Cucamonga, Pasadena, Las Vegas, Culver City, Cerritos, Chino Hills, Anaheim and Rowland Heights.[8]
The gang has been associated with recent gang turfwars and crimes, most recent was an icedent involving the Jefrox (JFX) gang, where a person was tortured and beaten by some PRG members.

Real Pinoy Brothers

The Real Pinoy Brothers (or Real Pinoy Brotherhood, RPB)formed in San Francisco in the mid 80s. Daly City 2nd generation were led by Uno and Dos. RPB are located in Palmdale, Carson and the San Fernando Valley and also Northern California such as in cities of San Francisco, Daly City, San Jose, Milpitas, Fremont as well as Las Vegas,NV (Inactive).Las Vegas founders were Temper and Droopy.Temper was from the Bay Area,Droopy was from the Los Angeles Area.RPB was most notorious for violence whihc included kidnapping,extorsion,robberies,car theft and attempted murder.


The Satanas (STS) is a large Filino Gang with a lot of locations spread out in the US west coast, places in Los Angeles such as West and South Barrio Rampart, East and South Barrio Long Beach, Lakewood, Palmdale, Cerritos, Barrio South Oxnard, Santa Ana, North and South Valleyside, Barrio Norwalk, West Covina and La Puente. The Satanas also have a presence in the San Diego Region of the US west coast.
The Satanas also have links with the TST (Varrio Temple Street), as this is the clique the Satanas originated from.
Tres Cantos
The Tres Cantos (TCS) , is a gang that originated in Eaglerock, and also has cliques in Los Angeles.

Tropang Hudas

The Tropang Hudas are known to be around Baldwin Park, Eagle Rock and Glendale.
Unique Boys

The Unique Boys are a Filipino gang from San Diego. The gang is known to be located on the South Side of San Diego.


Filipino Gangs in Canada are present, probably due to the large numbers of Filipino's living in Canada. The TST temple Street Varrios (Of which the Pinoy Locos 13 is also linked to) has also a significant influence in Canada among other places.
Most recently a number of Vietnamese and Filipino gangs where involved in a turf war, with a number of Bashings, a Drive By and 8 recorded stabbings. The fights have involved a variety of bladed weapons. The groups commonly favour machetes, swords and illegal switchblades and butterfly knives, police said

List of fraternities and sororities in the Philippines

General Fraternities and Sororities

AIFS Abama International Fraternity and Sorority

AΝΩ Adamas Nu Omega

AΦΣ Adamas Phi Sigma

ΑΒ Alpha Beta

ΑΔΣ Alpha Delta Sigma

ΑΚΓ Alpha Kappa Gamma

ΑΚΩ Alpha Kappa Omega

ΑΜΦ Alpha Mu Phi
"Anchorians" Anchorians Forum Board

ΑΩΒ Alpha Omega Beta

ΑΦΕ Alpha Phi Epsilon Epsilonian

ΑΦΙΣ Alpha Phi Iota Sigma

ΑΦΩ Alpha Phi Omega APO

ΑΦΥ Alpha Phi Upsilon

ΑΨΚ Alpha Psi Kappa
"Anchlusadian Knights

ΑΡΟ Alpha Rho Omicron

ΑΡΕ Alpha Rho Sigma/Epsilon

ΑΣ Alpha Sigma
(Alay sa Sambayanan)

AΣE Alpha Sigma Epsilon "Epsilonians"

ΑΣΟ Alpha Sigma Omicron

ΑΣΩ Alpha Sigma Omega

ΑΣΩ Alpha Sigma Omega

ΑΣΩΦ Alpha-Sigma Omega Phi [

ΑΣΦ Alpha Sigma Phi

ΑΤΩ Alpha Tau Omega

ΑΘΩ Alpha Theta Omega

ΑΘΩΣ Alpha Theta Omega Sigma

ΑΘΣ Alpha Theta Sigma AthetaS

ΑΖΕΣ Alpha Zeta Epsilon Sigma

The Artists' Circle Fraternity

ΒΔΡ Beta Delta Rho

ΒΚ Beta Kappa
"Brotherhood of Knights

ΒΦΥ Beta Phi Upsilon
"Upsideltans"[citation needed]

ΒΡΩ Beta Rho Omega

ΒΣ Beta Sigma
"Beta Sigman" or "Brotherhood of Scholars

ΒΣΒ Beta Sigma Beta

ΒΣΩΦ Beta Sigma Omega Phi

ΒΣΦ Beta Sigma Phi
"Betans/ Betanites"

ΒΣY Beta Sigma Upsilon

ΒΣΥΣ Beta Sigma Upsilon Sigma "Betaupsians"

ΧΕ Chi Epsilon

ΧΩ Chi Omega

Crime Buster Fraternity "CB" "Buster"

ΧΡΟ CRO Pilipino Brotherhood

ΔГΒ Delta Gamma Beta

ΔГΦ Delta Gamma Phi[

Δ Delta International "DELTANS"

ΔΛΣ Delta Lambda Sigma

ΔΦΕ Delta Phi Epsilon (Delphian Society

ΔΦΕ Delta Phi Epsilon "EPSILONIAN"

ΔΦΟ Delta Phi Omicron

ΔΦΩ Delta Phi Omega
"Au Fait Society"

ΔΠΟ Delta Pi Omicron

ΔΣΟΟΟ Delta Sigma Family
"FAMILY/ Tresbolas"

ΔΣΦ Delta Sigma Phi
"DELTANS/ Delta Phi/ Phi"

ΔΣΦ Delta Sigma Phi/ Toxophi
"Deltans/ Toxophians"

ΔΣΦ Delta Sigma Phi 1965 Silliman University Sorority ΑΣΦ

ΔΣΞ Delta Sigma Xi

ΔЅF Delta Sphinx Family[ΔΥ Delta Upsilon

ΕΧ Epsilon Chi

FΘΔ Fox Theta Delta "DIGAMMANS"

Fraternal Order of Knights

ΓΒΣ Gamma Beta Sigma "GAMBETS"

ΓΕ Gamma Epsilon Fraternity "falcons"

ΓΚΦ Gamma Kappa Phi

ΓΚΡ Gamma Kappa Rho "GAMMANS"3

ΓΛΕ Gamma Lambda Epsilon

ΓΛΩ Gamma Lambda Omega

ΓΦΟ Gamma Phi Omicron "GAPHO"

ΓΦΣ Gamma Phi Sigma "GAMMANS"

ΓΦΣ Gamma Phi Sigma

ΓΠΕ Gamma Pi Epsilon

ΓΣΕ Gamma Sigma Epsilon "Groselex, Epsilonians"

ΓΣ Gamma Sigma Fraternity "Scorpions"

ΓΣΦ Gamma Sigma Phi 1848 "Gammans"

ΓΣΠ Gamma Sigma Pi

ΓΣΨ Gamma Sigma Psi

Interminably Undefiable Fraternity

ΚΒΩ Kappa Beta Omega "KABO"

KΕ Kappa Epsilon

ΚΓΦ Kappa Gamma Phi

ΚΛΜ Kappa Lambda Mu

ΚΩΣ Kappa Omega Sigma
"Knights of Scathz"

ΚΡΚ Kappa Rho Kappa "Knights of the Right Keepers" "Kurukans"

ΚΡΣ Kappa Rho Sigma

ΚΣ Kappa Sigma
"Kappa Sigs"

ΛKΦ Lambda Kappa Phi

ΛΩΣ Lambda Omega Sigma "Lady of scathz"

ΛΡ Lambda Rho[64] 2003 Angelicum College Fraternity

ΛΣ Lambda Sigma, Honor Society

ΜνΣΦ Megalith Nu Sigma Phi

Mona Lisa Fraternity & Sorority


Nu Kappa Beta Honor Sorority

Nu Kappa Phi Honor Fraternity

ΩΧΣ Omega Chi Sigma

OPK Omega Pelta Kappa

ΩΦΔ Omega Phi Delta

ΩΥ Omega Upsilon

Pan Xenia
"Pan Xenians"

ΦΑΕ Phi Alpha Epsilon Fraternitas Sororitas Pilipinas "EpsilonianS"74]

ΦΒΚ Phi Beta Kappa[76]

ΦΒΡ Phi Beta Rho

ΦГΣ Phi Gamma Sigma

ΦΔΧ Phi Delta Chi Society

ΦΔΓ Phi Delta Gamma (CIT Cebu City)

ФІТ Phi Iota Tau[83]

ΦКΣ Phi Kappa Sigma

ΦΛΕ Phi Lambda Epsilon "Lambdans/ Lambda"

ΦΩΧ Phi Omega Chi,

ΦΩΣ Phi Omega Sigma

ΠΓΦ Pi Gamma Phi - Doskelion

ΠΟ Pi Omicron

RΣ Roman Sigma ΠΣ Pi Sigma "Paragon of Scholarship"

ΠΣΔ Pi Sigma Delta "Paragon of Self Development"

ΡΔΡ Rho Delta Rho
ΣΦΣ Sandigan Phi Solid

Scintilla Juria "SJ"

Scouts Royale Brotherhood "SRB"

ΣΑΕ Sigma Alpha Epsilon Philippines

ΣΑΝ Sigma Alpha Nu

ΣΒ Sigma Beta

ΣΒΡ Sigma Beta Rho
Society for Better Relation - SBReans

ΣΔΦ Sigma Delta Phi

ΣΔΠ Sigma Delta Pi

ΣΚΠ Sigma Kappa Pi
"Samahan ng Kabataang Pilipino"

ΣΛΝ Sigma Lambda Nu
"Society of the Lord Nobles"

ΣΛΟ Sigma Lambda Omicron

ΣΛΦ Sigma Lambda Phi

ΣΝ Sigma Nu Con Fraternity

ΣΡ Sigma Rho[102] 1957 University of the Philippines

ΣΘΦ Sigma Theta Phi


ΣΞ Sigma Xi Fraternity and Sorority "XIANS"

ΤΑΩ Tau Alpha Omega

ΤΓΦ Tau Gamma Phi "Triskelion Grand Fraternity"

ΤΓΣ Tau Gamma Sigma "Triskelion Grand Sorority"

TKΦΥ Tau Kappa Phi Upsilon Fraternity

ΤΩΜ Tau Omega Mu Fraternity and Ladies Circle

ΤΡΛ Tau Rho Lambda[107]

ΤΡΞ Tau Rho Xi "Rhocsans"

ΘΚΡ Theta Kappa Rho Confraternity Incorporated

ΘΡΒΣ Theta Rho Brothers / Sigma(Thetarhonians) "Treowth, Pacis, Unitas"

ΘΡΩ Theta Rho Omega

ΘΣΦ Theta Sigma Phi

TGΦΣ Tyro Gyn Phi Sigma "Tyronians"

UP Brotherhood of the Filipinos 1955

ΥΛ Upsilon Lambda "Ulphans"

ΥΦΩ Upsilon Phi Omega

ΥΦΣ Upsilon Phi Sigma

ΥΑΒ Upsilon Alpha Beta

ΥΣΦ Upsilon Sigma Phi

UP SILAK Brotherhood

UP SILAB Sisterhood

Validus Amicitia Brotherhood

"WEGGZ 88 Zeta Fraternity & Sorority"

ΖΑΦ Zeta Alpha Phi

ΖΕ-ΑΛ Zeta Epsilon - Alpha Lambda[

ΖΛΣ Zeta Lambda Sigma Fraternity & Sorority "Zeta"

ΖΦΔ Zeta Phi Delta International Collegiate Frat. & Sor. "Zetans"

ZΦΩ Zeta Phi Omega[123] August 26, 1975 Ateneo de Zamboanga University Frat./Sor.

ΖΦΣ Zeta Phi Sigma
Fraternity & Sorority "ZETANS"

Law Fraternities and Sororities

Aleitheia The Women of Aleitheia

ΑΦΒ Alpha Phi Beta Fraternity

ΑΦΒ Alpha Phi Beta Fraternity

ΒΑΛ Beta Alpha Lambda

ΒΣΛ Beta Sigma Lambda

ΔΛ Delta Lambda

ΕΣΛΦ Epsilon Sigma Lambda Phi, Inc

AQUILA LEGIS Fraternitas Aquilae Legis

SCINTILLA LEGIS Fraternitas Scintilla Legis

ΛΡΒ Lambda Rho Beta Fraternity

ΛΡΣ Lambda Rho Sigma Sorority

Lex Leonum Lex Leonum Fraternitas

Lex Talionis Fraternitas, Inc

ΜΚΦ Mu Kappa Phi

PORTIA Portia Sorority "Portians"


REGINA LEGIS et JVRIS Regina Legis et Juris Sorority

ΣΡ Sigma Rho

SRJ Sororitas Reginae Juris

ΤOL Triskelion Order of Law

ΤΚΦ Tau Kappa Phi


Utopia Fraternal Order of Utopia

Tandu Legis Tandu Legis Fraternitas

Engineering Fraternities and Sororities

ΒΕ Beta Epsilon
Beyond Engineering

ΔΕ Delta Epsilon

EMC² Engineers and Men
for the College and
Country Fraternity

ΕΣ Epsilon Sigma
"Sigmans/ Kiwol"

ΓΣΠ Gamma Sigma Pi
"Guardians" for Scientific Progress

ΦΒΕ Phi Beta Epsilon (Philippines)ΤΑ Tau Alpha
"The Argonauts"

Medical Fraternities and Sororities

ΒΣΦ Beta Mu Sigma, "Brotherhood of Medical Scholars"

ΜΣΦ Mu Sigma Phi

ΦΚΜ Phi Kappa Mu

ΦΛΔ Phi Lambda Delta

ΣΑΘ Sigma Alpha Theta, "Samaritans Medical Honor Society"

Council College/University Founding Date
University of Cebu Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Alliance University of Cebu November 25, 1984

UP Barkadahan University of Philippines Diliman

University of San Carlos Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Council University of San Carlos August 15, 1995

University of San Jose Recoletos United Fraternity and Sorority Council University of San Jose Recoletos