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Netizen kay Mocha Uson: I love PH, but I can’t support a disrespectful President

May sagot ang isang netizen sa Facebook post ni PCOO Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson kaugnay sa pagmamahal sa bayan.

Sa post ni Uson, tinanong nito ang publiko kung mahal nila ang bayan at nanawagan na tulungan ang administrasyong Duterte para iangat umano ang bansa.

“Mahal mo ba bayan mo? Wag mo na subukan. Itigil mo na kung nasimulan mo na. Magtulungan tayo upang iangat ang ating bayan. Hindi kaya ito gobyerno lamang. Ang tunay na pagbabago ay manggagaling sa lahat,” ani Uson.

Ayon kay Logie Kinko, mahal niya ang Pilipinas ngunit hindi ito nangangahulugang susuportahan niya ang administrasyon sa mga hangarin nito.

“I do love my country. I love its people, its beaches, its seas, its islands,” ani Kinko.

“And it’s precisely for this reason why I cannot accommodate your request to help this government advance its programs,” dagdag pa ni Kinko.

Para kay Kinko, ang mga ginagawa ngayon ng gobyerno ay kabaligtaran ng pagmamahal sa bayan.

“I refuse to abide by a government whose notion of decreasing unemployment is to arrest the unemployed,” ani Kinko.

“I reject a drug war which intends to kill all drug users – real or imagined – but not the suppliers,” dagdag pa ni Kinko.

Dagdag pa ni Kinko, hindi niya susuportahan si President Rodrigo Duterte dahil wala itong respeto sa kanyang kapangyarihan, sa kababaihan, at sa pananampalataya ng mga Pilipino.

“I cannot, in clear conscience, support a President who does not respect the dignity of the office he holds, the female population of his country, the Faith of the majority AND who, by his own accounts, is a man of low character, mediocre intelligence, and questionable morality,” ani Kinko.

Ibinalik naman ni Kinko ang tanong kay Uson kung tunay nga bang mahal nito ang bansa.

“Ms. Uson. I do love my country. The question is: Do YOU love your country? Please do not confuse love of your country for love of your President,” ani Kinko.

Basahin ang buong Facebook post ni Kinko:

Dear Ms. Uson, 

Yes, I do love my country. I love its people, its beaches, its seas, its islands. And it’s precisely for this reason why I cannot accommodate your request to help this government advance its programs. 

I refuse to abide by a government whose notion of decreasing unemployment is to arrest the unemployed. I reject a drug war which intends to kill all drug users – real or imagined – but not the suppliers. I condemn the decision to cede our sovereign waters to foreign occupation for any reason whatsoever. I do not agree to a usurious loan that will burden the people with a P1.3 Trillion debt or P12,720 for every single Filipino. I will not tolerate a government agency staffed with people who do not even know of Norway. I will not condone an economic program that intends to legalize numbers racket (Jueteng). I cannot, in clear conscience, support a President who does not respect the dignity of the office he holds, the female population of his country, the Faith of the majority AND who, by his own accounts, is a man of low character, mediocre intelligence, and questionable morality.

Yes, Ms. Uson. I do love my country. The question is: Do YOU love your country? Please do not confuse love of your country for love of your President. Because if you did love your country, you would not have asked us to just sit idly by and watch the nation descend into the abyss.

 

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