Yellow Party use Kian delos Santos’ death to destroy Duterte’s name



When the anti-Dutertes realized that it was not enough to rally a destabilization campaign, a netizen laments that they have resorted to using children as a means to inspire public ire for an otherwise well-support President Rodrigo Duterte.

Nationwide clamor has been raised on the death of 17-year-old Kian Lloyd delos Santos who was killed during a drug raid operation in Caloocan City. Netizen Edwin Jamora posted an article written by Reynz that said Yellows used this controversy to taint Duterte’s name.

Reynz even cited how other countries have used children in their historical civil unrests to “win world sympathy”. The Vietnam War used children as spies and messengers. Africa uses children in their civil wars. Even protests in the Philippines sometimes use children as front-liners.

With only a minority of anti-Dutertes in the country, Reynz said that they were desperate to find a way to turn the public against Duterte. Delos Santos’ death became integral in their scheme and soon enough they were making noise on mainstream and social media.

Reynz asserts that if genuine protection was desired for these children, it is by seeking concrete means. Lawmakers must put in place laws against illegal drugs, which Reynz claims to be difficult with some government officials being linked to drugs in the first place.


In his full post on Facebook, Reynz said,

"Using children as weapons against President Duterte

by REYNZ on AUGUST 18, 2017

My article today is a reaction to the reaction of what I’ve been reading on Twitter.

The Yellows are desperate to bring President Duterte down. We know that. They’ve tried all sorts of things. They tried destabilization campaign. They’ve used local and international media to paint the President as a mad man. Fake news, twisted and slanted editorials. They’ve used the international instrumentalities like the United Nations, the Human Rights Commission, the ICC, the European Union, every shit in the world! Now, they have introduced a new strategy. Children.

Children’s as weapons of war are nothing new. It’s an age-old strategy. During the Vietnam war, kids were used as spies, messengers, lookouts. Political rallies in Manila have children on the front lines. Do you know why? Because cops are afraid to touch them. Drug addicts cornered by cops use them as human shields. In Africa countries like Sierra Leone, Angola, Uganda, and Congo openly recruit and use children. Palestinians use kids in their war with Israel. Why? Because they are desperate to win world sympathy by any means to the point of using innocents as human shields — the more casualties, the better.

Which brings me to the Anti-Dutertes.

Remember, there are only about 5% of them who disapprove of Duterte. Wasn’t that the latest poll ratings? How much noise can the 5% influence ba? Not much. Therefore, the anti-Duterte has to be creative. So when this boy was killed in Caloocan during a drug raid, what a perfect opportunity for the Yellows! They have now dragged this kid and used him as their weapon against President Duterte and painting the President as a kid-killer on the war on drugs!

Look. These people can have as many placards and FB updates telling the world that Duterte has now killed 30 of them. THAT’S NOT PROTECTING CHILDREN! You protect children from drugs by telling adults to stop their shit on drugs! You protect children by smacking (mabait pa ako nyan!) the shit out of your legislators to act quickly on drugs and not allow them to proliferate! But how do you protect children from drugs when you have government officials mismo as drug lords and drug money beneficiaries?! Mga ipokrito!!! What a convenient way to use kids for political ends! That’s what you call reprehensibly Boko Haram!

(Buti nga hindi ko kayo tinawag na mga Boko Harams of the Philippines!)

Tigilan ako!

Tse!"

7 comments:

  1. I just hope hindi mgpagamit ang ina ng biktima sa knila

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  2. This is an issue that can eventually awaken international condemnation if not corrected. Duterte can do the job well if he will just shut his mouth, and stop making self-incriminating statements, that will justify ejk. He has an overwhelming support of the majority, he should not waste it.

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  3. I must agree!

    Beware of those government enforcers who are being paid by those who wants nothing but to SABOTAGE P-Duterte's War Campaign against Illegal Drugs.

    BEWARE & Let's be Vigilant!

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  4. police must investigated.. we don't know if this police is doing his job or being used by the political enemy of our recent administration para siraan ang war on drugs...

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    1. Correct because They are still at large with the new ADMINISTRATIÔN, hiding,So BEWARE of This crooks.

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  5. dah uroy lolo nila mga taga yellow mga manggagamit!!! naa ra na sila ug pangita ug lusot nga makadaut ni presidnet duterte!!! samuka aning mga plastic oi!!!

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  6. PRRD should not hesitate to take up this case, too, to diminish doubts about his ability to succeed in his war against drug. He should should them jaundiced crooks that justice is done for this poor boy. He should now revamp thoroughly the police and the justice systems. He should not think twice to remove the pains in the ass in the police force there. Enough of the padrino style of cuddling crooks in the police.

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