Canadian commentator on leftists activities: 'Duterte is right against those monsters who ignore the right to life' - The Daily Sentry

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Canadian commentator on leftists activities: 'Duterte is right against those monsters who ignore the right to life'



Former Bayan Muna Rep Satur Ocampo and ACT Party list Rep. France Castro / compiled photo from Google


In another Facebook post of Canadian political commentator, Amir Assadollahi, who is also a staunched supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte is another strike against the mainstream media and leftist groups.

Pertaining to the recent arrest of former Bayan-Muna Rep Satur Ocampo and incumbent ACT Teacher’s party-list Pep. France Castro, Amir alleged the media of twisting facts, not really seeing the weight of what Ocampo’s group has done to the families or parents of the children.


‘Twisting facts’

“One must wonder if the mainstream corporate media in which have been always twisting facts to create a new reality have been part of those same group or not.” He said

The Canadian political analyst said he agrees with Duterte, that this kind of group ignores the “right to life and want to promote the right to crime.”

“If that was done to my child, they can rest assure that not even an omnipotent god could stop me from punishing those monsters. Luckily now, the Philippines has a good government after three decades of criminal and corrupt administration, and yet the media is blind to that very fact, and still wants to support the criminals and corrupt people such as those kidnappers and child traffickers.” Amir said

'Those who endanger the children be punished'

He added that implementing a death penalty in the Philippines could not be a bad idea at all, if that could ensure “safety and the security and the future of the Philippines and Filipinos in danger.”

“Maybe those who abuse their power and endanger the lives of the children need to be put in the same category for receiving capital punishment as the verdict.” The commentator added


Amir also hopes that people reading his post would realize his point, “and I hope the mainstream media clean up their act, because to me as I read these headlines, I only see that they support kidnapping and child trafficking, and there is no other explanation that can come to mind in this case.”*

Amir’s full post reads:

Next time you read news from certain sources, get all the facts before making a judgment.

When they use children, manipulate them by brainwashing them at school to join a political ideology, take them away without parental permission - in a sense it is child trafficking, threatening parents and children if needed, and they have been doing that for decades, and the mainstream corporate media have been ignoring those facts.

One must wonder if the mainstream corporate media in which have been always twisting facts to create a new reality have been part of those same group or not. That statement might not be far from the truth when you see the news organizations such as Inquirer in this post makes the headline news for the arrest of the child kidnappers as “illegal arrest”!

I don’t have kids, but any parent would agree with me that if their child was manipulated into joining a political ideology that promotes arm conflict and terrorism, they would want the safety of their child from the grips of those monsters dressed up as teachers to kidnap and use their child in human-trafficking.

Duterte is right in everything he says against those stupid monsters who ignore the right to life and want to promote the right to crime.*

If that was done to my child, they can rest assure that not even an omnipotent god could stop me from punishing those monsters. Luckily now, the Philippines has a good government after three decades of criminal and corrupt administration, and yet the media is blind to that very fact, and still wants to support the criminals and corrupt people such as those kidnappers and child traffickers.

You be the judge yourself, do you want to still support the Yellow and Red parties that have been using violence, crimes and corruption to strip away the future of the Filipinos and the Philippines, or do you want tough laws and good administrator to punish criminals and corrupt people or do you want the kidnappings, child pr0stitution, environmental destruction, poverty and all kinds of criminal activity and corruption to continue?!

Maybe having a death penalty is not such a bad idea to have in the Philippines for those who commit crimes and corruptions that put the safety and the security and the future of the Philippines and Filipinos in danger. Maybe those who abuse their power and endanger the lives of the children need to be put in the same category for receiving capital punishment as the verdict.

I hope the reader realize the point I am making, and I hope the mainstream media clean up their act, because to me as I read these headlines, I only see that they support kidnapping and child trafficking, and there is no other explanation that can come to mind in this case.

Source: Amir Assadollahi