The proliferation of illegal drugs brought about by rampant corruption and crime has become the number one enemy of President Rodrigo Duterte and one by one he manages to topple down big time drug syndicates.
As the opposition gangs up against Duterte and his supporters, and other big criminals are readying their weapons in case Duterte fires at them next, netizen Faith Cabanilla calls on the support of the Filipino masses to protect and boost Duterte’s fight.
By being able to take down Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog and his wife, Susan, it sends a strong message to the criminal underground that the President is headstrong in his crackdown on illegal drugs. Cabanilla emphasizes that this is for a “better future” that the Philippines be rid of criminals.
It comes down to either working for the betterment of the country or submitting to the will of big time narcopoliticians, Cabanilla explains.
Even when the opposition tags Duterte’s supporters as mere “blind followers” it should not deter their faith in the President because he was and is able to show that he can walk his talk.
In her full post on Facebook, Cabanilla said,
“Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Guns?”
30 July 2017
The big guns are playing.
We all know it’s a war for territories. We all know we are fighting to take back our barangays, our towns, our cities, our provinces from the drug syndicates, the drug cartels.
There will be blood. We all knew it. When he spoke to us and told us that he will go after them, he told us that the funeral parlors will be very busy. We understood it. We aren’t dumb. We aren’t stupid. So there is no reason for us to feel offended over the fake news proliferators that ostentatiously and unostentatiously call us “Duterte’s blind followers” and “Duterte’s rabid keyboard warriors” by incessantly painting our supported president a strongman, a dictator, a murderous thug.
Like, here’s a finger for you. And here’s another one. Oh wait, let me get my fellow Dutertards with me, and we’ll all raise one up for you. That’s over 21M people not including the Duterte supporters who weren’t able to vote, the ones who had turned into a genuine DDS leaf after the elections, the ones who are slowly realizing, “Well, whad’ya know? He’s the real thing!”
We are fighting for our freedom from the real murderous thugs, the real fascists, the ones who shamelessly demolish our democracy and our sense of dignity as Filipinos – the criminals that have long ruled our streets and have infiltrated our local governments and have long been coddled and protected by those who are sitting fatly on their behinds while they sleep through their work when they should be serving the people.
We all know it’s a tremendously long HELLISH road to rehabilitation and redemption. But we promised we will support him. We will do this because we want a better future for our children and grandchildren. We want a safer country for ourselves. And goshdarnit! Duterte was the only one who was and is willing to take the bullet for us. Literally. And that! That makes us all want to take the bullet for him. Literally.
The fall of the Ozamiz mayor and first lady reverberates throughout the entire criminal world. And all it took was a year and a month since his oath to office. Duterte’s administration was able to cripple, if not completely behead, one of the strongest drug syndicates operating in the Visayas-Mindanao regions. Who is next? And who among the members of our senate and congress is going to fall after De Lima? Who will meet Lady Justice or the Maker, if you believe in God, eye-to-eye next? The Universe is wise, I keep telling you, and Karma is a bitch.
We can only do so much as civilians. Either we support the state that is working to protect us and keep our country from totally falling into the hands of the narcos, or we condemn it and let the narcos take over.
What is your choice? And how will you help or deter the incumbent administration? Equally important, how will you let the world know that you are not just a blind follower, a rabid keyboard warrior of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte?
The big bad guns are playing. Yes. But our president is not afraid of them. And the smoke is clearing a little more now, and we can sense, as we narrow our eyes to take a closer look who the players are, that it is the big guns who are petrified of the man we chose to protect us from them. And that is how it should be!
We chose the right man. We chose the best man for the job. Pat on the back, Pilipinas. We have five more years and beyond to go. After we celebrate tonight, we roll our sleeves again tomorrow and keep pulling each other out of the dumpster we have buried ourselves in for far too long, and where a Cory Aquino incarnate intends for us to stay while she scavenges for recyclable dissimulations.
The President of the Republic of the Philippines has thrown in a rope. Grab on. We might not have another chance to save ourselves after him, or we might need to wait another three decades.”
Source: Facebook / Faith Cabanilla
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