Thursday, September 20, 2018

PMA graduate says yellow oligarchs are the real enemies not Martial Law



Abe Purugganan and the LP's
Former military general Abe Purugganan paid tribute to the unsung heroes of Philippine democracy and revealed who is the true enemy of the Filipino people.

About The Man

Abe Purugganan is a veteran warrior. He is a PMA graduate. He is a retired general who has spent more than 20 years of service fighting insurgents in Mindanao. He is a staunch supporter of the Duterte administration not because of politics, but because they share the same sentiments, they want to rid the country of oligarchs, the communist, and the yellows who continue to destroy our country today.

A Tribute To Fallen Comrades

In his most recent post in his Facebook page, Abe Purugganan narrated how the AFP fought hard to prevent communism in the country. He reminisced how they battled with the rebels in all corners of the country.  He paid tribute to the officers and soldiers who sacrificed their lives defending the Philippines from communism and secessionism.

Not About Politics

Purugganan reiterated that they fought gallantly not because of politics. They only have one thing in mind when they’re on the battlefield, and that is to defend the country they love from those who want to destroy it. They made extreme sacrifices for the sake of their fellowmen.

The Real Enemy

His stint in Intelligence gave him the insight on who the real enemy of the republic is. He mentioned that it was sad to think that the enemies during his times were the very same enemies we are facing today. The liberals, the yellows, and the oligarchs. These are the same people who wished to destroy the country then, and are still attempting to ruin the country today.

Here are some of the reactions from the netizens.

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I was a junior officer of the Philippine Army during the martial law years. I have enough knowledge and understanding of who were our enemies. Thru those years the Army spent much of its effort clearing provinces that were influenced and controlled by secessionist and communist rebels. It was a period of uncertainty with the secessionist movement and the communist insurgency threatening the whole nation.

And the AFP had its hands full fighting in almost all corners of the country to prevent communism and secessionism to succeed. Martial law was then adopted as a political-military solution that the state badly needed to save the country from the secessionists who threatened Mindanao and the communists who threatened almost all communities of the country.


In my stints in the intelligence community, I came to learn more of the enemies of the state and our national security situation. I came to know the real enemies of the Filipino people. Unfortunately for us, they are still the same group of people - the yellows, liberals, communists, and the oligarchs, who continue to pester, destroy, and exploit our country today. For decades they have managed to fool our people and they still believed that they can.


For most of us who were assigned in the field during those days, nothing was political, it was all accomplishing our missions to defend the republic against those who wanted to destroy it.


For us, it was hard work and extreme sacrifices rendered for the sake of our people. And many of our soldiers, officers and men died and maimed during the martial law defending the country from communism and secessionism.


Today, I salute them. I pay tribute to them. May their gallantry and sacrifices for the nation be remembered and never to be forgotten. And so with the many unsung heroes from the civilian sector who gave their lives in helping and supporting the counter insurgency of the government.


I salute.


Source: Abe Purugganan