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“Pag NPA Namatay Umiiyak ka! Pero ‘Pag Sundalo Nasawi Wala kang Pakialam!” De Lima, Nakatikim ng Resbak kay Lt. Gen. Parlade

Nitong umpisa ng Disyembre ay bumoladas si opposition senator Leila De Lima ukol sa kampanya ng Duterte Administration laban sa mga legal fronts umano ng COmmunist Party of the Philippines (CPP). Ayon kay De Lima, “diversionary tactics” daw ito ng pamahalaan para pagtakpan ang palpak na tugon sa covid-19.

“It’s supposed to be a President’s weekly report on the COVID-19 situation but what we’ve been hearing since Day 1 are desperate attempts at damage control… In his latest address to the nation, he went on a red-tagging rampage against the Makabayan bloc, clearly a diversionary tactic. Duterte’s blabbering is an everyday reminder of this administration’s failed pandemic response… Ang dami niyang kuda eh itong mga binabalahura niya palagi, sila pa ang mas nararamdaman ng tao sa panahon ng matinding krisis. Tigilan na ni Duterte ang panlilihis sa mga usapin sa panggigipit sa Makabayan bloc, sa mga kritiko at tagapagtanggol ng katotohanan at karapatang pantao,” patutsada ni De Lima.

Hindi naman pinalampas ni Lt. General Antonio Parlade ang mga boladas ng nakakulong na senadora. Buwelta ng heneral, bakit daw masyadong nag-aalala si De Lima sa nangyayari sa liderato ng CPP.

Ipinaalala din ni Lt. Gen. parlade ang koneksyon ni De Lima sa asawa ni CPP founder Jose maria Sison.

“That Senator de lima would decry the incident as one more case of human rights violation is no longer surprising. She is only being true to form. She is the cousin of another de Lima from Tigaon, Camarines Sur, one named Julie, the wife of Jose Maria Sison, the CPP founder… When rebels die from fire from government forces, Leila cries out to the heavens, calling the incident a violation of human rights. But when government soldiers are downed by New People‚Äôs Army (NPA) combatants, does she even utter a hoot? Not even a whimper.,” banat ng heneral.

Source: Manila Times | Senate Press Release

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