Former Scout Ranger calls the yellows a 4-year old with a machine gun having tantrums - The Daily Sentry

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Former Scout Ranger calls the yellows a 4-year old with a machine gun having tantrums



Former Scout Ranger Abe Purugganan who is now a Duterte supporter shared an article that was written by international political analyst Adam Garrie for his website Eurasia Future. In his post, he explained why a vote for the Yellows is a step closer to red blood of war.
The Liberal Party / Photo from GMA Network

Greater good

He started his post by saying that the decision and action of President Duterte regarding the South China Sea is one that is guided by pragmatism. 

He said that in doing so, the president made sure that the good of the Filipinos are taken care of, even if it means we will bend for a bit now.

Yellow's tantrums

In contrast, he said that the Yellow's crying foul over some empty maritime stones is really just for ego. In reality,  they are so keen on neglecting the people and the places where Filipinos actually leave.
The Liberal Party / Photo from GetrealPhilippines

Making sure their egos are fed that they don't give up what they believe is theirs, even to the extent of a war. Therefore, he concluded that a vote for the Yellows is a vote for the red blood of a war that no one wants.

He also mentioned how Duterte stepped up and embraced the age of reason, while the Yellows continue to reason like a four-year-old with a machine gun.

"While Duterte has embraced the age of reason at both a personal and political level, the Yellows continue to act with all the responsibility of a four year old with a machine gun," he said.

Violence as the answer

It seems that the Yellows believe that violence, hostility, and provocations are correct methods of solving any problem. Where in fact, it will just prove to be a hindrance for the greater good.

Lastly, Purugganan adviced all the Filipino public not to try and reason out with a Yellow. Because what they are doing is just a collective tantrum that if taken seriously will spill the blood of millions.
Abe Purugganan / Photo from his Facebook account

Luckily though, Duterte insured that such things will not happen. He gave importance to the greater good, making sure no blood will be spilled.

Read the full post below:

"This is why Duterte’s approach to the South China Sea issue is one guided by pragmatism. By reaching out to China in order to develop ever closer relations, Duterte has insured the greatest good for the greatest number of Filipinos. By contrast, Yellows crying foul over some empty maritime stones are neglecting the living, breathing Filipinos in places where people actually live. In many ways, this is the perfect metaphor for the Liberal Party: they are willing to sacrifice the entire country to defend uninhabited pieces of land in the Sea, but they are both unwilling and unable to do anything to improve the lives of those living in the inhabited parts of The Philippines.

Ultimately, a vote for the Yellows is a vote for the red blood of a war that no sane person would want and that no nation needs. The 21st century was supposed to be the dawning of an age of reason after the previous century saw World Wars, Cold Wars, nuclear wars, and far too many blood-soaked revolutions. While Duterte has embraced the age of reason at both a personal and political level, the Yellows continue to act with all the responsibility of a four year old with a machine gun.

It is impossible to argue with those whose very mentality is framed by the notion that violence, hostility and provocations are a correct method of problem solving. This is not politics – such views are insanity at a cognitive level.

Therefore, the key for the Filipino public is not to attempt and find elements of reason in the Yellow argument as what the Yellows offer is not an argument at all. It is a collective tantrum and one which if taken seriously could spill the blood of millions. Duterte is luckily insuring that such things will not happen."



Source: Abe Purugganan | Facebook