Former DILG Secretary Alunan III Discloses Father Of The Viral Bully Kid A Police Scalawag, Involved In Drug-Related Cases - The Daily Sentry

Monday, December 24, 2018



Former DILG Secretary Alunan III Discloses Father Of The Viral Bully Kid A Police Scalawag, Involved In Drug-Related Cases



Former DILG Secretary Alunan III, photo from ABS-CBN News
The bullyidng incident which has been going on for days on social media has now gone deeper. Parents of the alleged bully kid are being looked upon, their lifestyle and the reputation at work being looked into.


A Scalawag 

Former Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary Rafael Alunan III recently disclosed a sensitive issue regarding the Montes father during his interview with radio program Radyo Pilipinas. He divulged that the father of the bully kid is a police scalawag, either a drug protector or a drug dealer. Montes, Sr. was one of the police scalawags sent to Mindanao holding administrative cases. The intelligence is from a reliable source inside the PNP.

Entitled 

Alunan looked into the case when he got curious about who the bully kid was and why such feel entitled to do whatever he wants inside the school premises. The curiosity led him into deeper facts. However, he recommends that the Montes father should be thoroughly investigated and kick out of the force.

Drug-Related Issue 

In his post, he expressed his personal observation of the behavior of Joaquin based on the videos. He sees the kid as either drugged or drunk on the particular instances. At this time, the Ateneo has a lot of explaining and cleaning inside their institution. The former secretary questions how the kid Montes was able to operate criminality being undetected by the officials.


A screenshot post from an unknown source divulges that Montes is a drug dealer and a protector inside the school premises. He then bu££ies those kids who do not abide and patronize his little business. If the post will be proven legitimate and genuine, things will get worse over time.

A screenshot from Rafael Alunan III's  Facebook page
Alunan describes how drugs greatly affects the life and every family in the society. And how the government, the society, and the school go hand in hand to defend the stability and lawfulness in the land.


Read full post below:

KAYA NAMAN PALA

How deep is the drug problem? This post provides a glimpse. If a top school in the country has this menace in its midst, how about all other educational institutions, private and public, all over the country?

I had an inkling that this bully boy Joaquin Montes, the way he was talking and behaving in one of his videos, was either drugged or drunk. This post, should it be validated to be genuine, confirms my gut feel, and worse. He is allegedly a pusher; and, like a common street mafiosi or apprentice terrorist, uses physical and psychological tactics to intimidate and conquer his targets.

Ateneo and all other schools all over the country, public and private, have a lot of explaining and housecleaning to do. How are these kids, like Montes, able to carry out their criminality undetected or unpunished? What absurd laws must be junked and weak laws that should be amended? Who must be charged for complicity? For command responsibility?

You and I, who belong to society-at-large, have children and grandchildren in school. They are vulnerable and exposed, at grave risk, when the school is negligent or in denial. The drug menace threatens the stability, lawfulness and future of every Filipino family. We must take care of the addicts in our midst, and turn over the criminals (pushers and bullies) to lawful authorities before they do more harm to society.

The drug menace is a raging forest fire. It thrives when society is weak. The challenge is for all of us to firm up our backbones and fight back.

But government must do the same. It has yet to thoroughly clean house and reform the criminal justice system. Otherwise, the drug syndicates will continue enjoying doing business in their favorite playground in ASEAN, our country, that they easily control.

Both government and society, in a whole-of-nation approach, must team up to crush every element of the criminal syndicates preying on society, and create an environment in our homes and communities that will not tolerate, host nor harbor illegal drugs.

We must start now, today. Who else will stand up and fight for the wellbeing of the Filipino family if not us, the heads of families, communities, companies and institutions? We can no longer afford to be a nation of see nothing, hear nothing, say nothing, do nothing. We can no longer afford to be a nation of weaklings. We must act decisively to win back our future.

Magkaisa! Kayang kaya pag sama-sama!

Source: Rafael Alunan III

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