Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Brainwashing? | Netizens mixed reactions on VP Robredo photos as she reads 'Digong Dilaw' story to school kids of Tondo



Vice President Leni Robredo reads a story of a book entitled Digong Dilaw. Image credit to Facebook

Vice President Leni Robredo on Tuesday went to a daycare center in Barangay 58  Pritil, Tondo and interacts with school kids as she reads a Virgilio Almario's story entitled "Digong Dilaw."

Vice President Leni Robredo visits Tondo community. Image credit to GMA

Awkward moments

Robredo's first reaction on the book, What a coincidence, a representation on how ironic the story was. A boy named Digo, was like the story of Midas who eventually turns everything he touched into gold same as the story with Digong Dilaw, Digo a young boy who loves the color yellow turns everything he touched to be color yellow.

"Nung first time ko nakita iyon, naaliw ako kasi, parang, iyong irony. Saka 'yung representation,” Robredo said of the book.

Digong Dilaw

A story by one of the national artist's in the Philippines that was published in 2003 says, What happens when a little boy who only likes yellow things wakes up with the power to turn everything yellow? Will he be happy with a monochromatic world?

Ano ang mangyayari kapag ang isang batang gusto lamang ng kulay dilaw na mga bagay ay nagising isang araw nang may kapangyarihang gawing dilaw ang lahat ng bagay? Masisiyahan ba siya sa mundong iisa lamang ang kulay?

Image credit to Facebook/VP Leni Robredo photos

Image credit to Facebook/VP Leni Robredo photos

Image credit to Facebook/VP Leni Robredo photos

As her photos made rounds online, netizens can't help not to react on what they have seen with the book title, most especially Duterte supporters who reacts the most.

Monique Francoise: "Trying to ride on the popularity of President Duterte, this IDIOTA!"

Jayrtench Castaños: "wag ka magtuturo ng math sa mga bata baka lumaki silang bobo sa math. Maawa ka."

Jun Jun Tan Causing: "This is child abuse.. using children for their own selfish political agenda. They're no better than extremists using children as warriors."

Randy Mejos Villanueva: "Surprise pero ksama ang cameraman at reporters.. ang galing."

Migz Garcia: "nagpakaen ka na lng sna NG lugaw nabusog pa mga Bata kesa Kung Anu ano kalokohan tinuturo mo."

Joel Factor: "Hahahaha. Sobrang plastik mo Fake VP leni LUGAW... Yan pa ang naisip mo hahahaha..... 
Ang Pangulong Duterte build build build program.... At kaoopen lang ng bagong terminal na mala air port ang itsura....
Ikaw fake VP naglalaro ka lang ba..... Hahaha tapos kung maka komento ka sa PRESIDENTE puro negatibo hahahaha 
Tumulong ka ulit mag pintura ng school at magtanim ng halaman sa garden.... Manang mana ka nga sa mga DILAWAN at Aquino.... Umiinom si marimar sa pinggan at kumakain sa baso hahaha....
Nag construction si kiko matching pero my hand gloves hahaha nag traffic enforcer si marimar hahaha.Mga baliw.No to LP"


Marc Adanza: "Hahahahah c Rodrigo duterte nag tataasang bridge at mga infrastructure ginagawa May mga sasakyan pa at ambulance pati submarine at armas,at iba iba pa na Hindi na balita pro itong ISA Parang nangangape LNG sa pansitan.....every move angle ...Hahahaha ..Yan ba papalit Kay mayor Rodrigo duterte..Hahahahaha ang Layo nang incompetence at very high calibre leader."


Red MontCal: "Ang pinaka ipokritanggggg Pekeng Bise Presidente, Tulungan mo ang mga ginahasa, ang mga pinatay ng mga adik, ang mga nasalanta ng bagyo, ang mga mahihirap na hndi mkapag aral, ang mga matatandang pilipinong mahihirap at malapit ng mamatay na kailangan ng benipisyo sa buhay,yung pam permanenteng tulong,gaya ng libreng pag aaral hndi yung isang beses lng mamaya wala na uli naka nganga,ang daming pedeng pag tuunan ng pansin! PAKITANG TAO!PWEHHHHH"

President Rodrigo Duterte amid health controversies went to Hong Kong on October with Kitty and Honeylet, also special assistant Bong Go joined Duterte on a weekend trip and posted a photo showing Duterte choosing to wear a yellow shirt in a famous brand of clothing.

Robredo also turned over school supplies for 50 students as part of the OVP’s Metro Laylayan program.

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Source: News5