Int'l trade expert took a swipe on Robredo's "shameful" remark: Nagkakalat ng pekeng balita ang pekeng opisyal

Vice President Leni Robredo / Composite photos from GMA and Time Magazine

International trade expert and a supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte, MJ Quiambao Reyes took to Facebook her frustration about how some government officials and medias spread fake news in the international community.

In her post, Reyes criticized Vice President Leni Robredo’s statement that it is shameful that other countries called for an investigation into the thousands of deaths in the Duterte administration’s war against illegal drugs and seem to be more concerned about it than many Filipinos.

Nakakahiya naman yata na iba pa iyong nakapansin, iba pa iyong nagmamalasakit, iba pa iyong nababahala…Iyong sa akin lang, iyong ibang bansa nababahala para sa atin. Pero dito sa atin, parang ang nababahala yata kaunting-kaunti lang. Parang business as usual para sa lahat, kahit ang daming patayan na nangyayari, parang wala lang,” Robredo said.
Photo from GMA News

Reyes, said it is more bothering and insulting that a fake official is spreading rumors and fake news internationally.

Reyes also explained figures and total numbers of murder/homicide cases in the first 3 years of the Duterte administration.

Explaining the numbers, Reyes shows the difference of the Aquino and Duterte administration situation where it can be seen how the former government lacks awareness about how the illegal drugs proliferate in the country.

Read her full post below:


Alam nyo po ba ano mas nakababahala at lubhang nakakagalit? Iyong pagkakalat ng pekeng impormasyon sa international community ng mga pekeng opisyal.

Bilang parte pa rin naman kayo ng gobyerno, hindi po ba dapat sinasaway nyo ang mga pwersang nagpapakalat ng mali maling numero at pilit nagpapabagsak ng imahe natin sa ibang bansa?

1. The 27,000 figure (which many of your allies have been using) is the total number of murder/homicide cases for the 1st 3 years of Duterte admin. Of that figure, only 5,000 are drug related incidents–that includes the death of some of our own police enforcers during their anti-drug operation.

2. The rest (22,000 of 27,000) are NOT related to the on-going drug war. (Kasama sa 22,000 na yan ang mga business-related homicide pati na mga love triangle murder incidents kung saan pinapapaligpit ang mga kabit.)

3. In the previous admin prior to Duterte, the annual homicide & murder cases were 11,500-16,200 (2011-2015). That's a total of approx 78,000 in 6 years or 39,000 in 3 years! Again, 39,000 in 3 years! Way higher than the current figures–and that was even before the drug war.

4. There are more than 1.3 million drug personalities who surrenderered–alive, unharmed.

5. There are more than 182,000 drug personalities arrested–alive and unharmed.

6. Contrary to all the black propaganda, not all of the 1.3 million drug personalities who surrendered and the 182,000+ arrested are poor. Several high-value targets were arrested or killed during legitimate police operations--including wealthy and powerful politicians as well as police scalawags who were connected to drug syndicates.

7. It is only during this admin where over 4,500 police officers were suspended and more than 2,500 rogue cops were fired in an effort to clean up their ranks and get rid of the bad apples. (Take note: Many of those rogue cops were already around prior Duterte)

8. Our govt. has put in place rehabilitation and reintegration programs. (Check "Rehabinasyon" for more details)

9. Total crime rate in the Philippines has dropped by more than 30%. In Metro Manila, latest report shows a decline on crime rate by 57%.

If you truly care for our country and our people, why don't you speak up and help spread the information I shared (above)?"

Int'l trade expert took a swipe on Robredo's "shameful" remark: Nagkakalat ng pekeng balita ang pekeng opisyal Int'l trade expert took a swipe on Robredo's "shameful" remark: Nagkakalat ng pekeng balita ang pekeng opisyal Reviewed by Nathan Singson on July 08, 2019 Rating: 5

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