Netizens Grilled Neri Colmenares After Releasing Figures of Human Right Violations During Martial Law In Mindanao - The Daily Sentry

Sunday, December 16, 2018



Netizens Grilled Neri Colmenares After Releasing Figures of Human Right Violations During Martial Law In Mindanao



Neri Colmenares, photo from rappler.com
Neri Colmenares, a human rights lawyer, and an activist has recently taken his chance in the Senate for the 2019 election. He will be representing Bayan Muna. The leftist posted his brave opinion regarding the extension of Martial Law to December 2019. With an image showing rundown of figures on alleged human rights violations, netizens find Colmenares irrelevant. In his post,

“The war versus terror in Marawi was won in 2017, but Martial Law has remained all throughout 2018. Now Duterte is again requesting that Martial Law in Mindanao be extended until December 2019.” 


Human Rights Violation In Lieu of Martial Law

Once again, Colmenares hit the Duterte administration. With the given numbers, his post claims thousands affected by the martial law in regards to frustrated killiN9s, illegal arrests, kill3d by the military, and illegal detention due to false and criminal charges.

Irate Netizens Comment 

Irate netizens slay Colmenares for claims against the Martial Law extension as requested by President Duterte. One even dares Colmenares to file a legal complaint as the human rights activist throws serious allegations against Duterte. Many have declared “#NoToNPA” and even classified the rebels as “salot sa bayan.”

Mindanaoans Support Martial Law Extension

Netizens believed that the figures claimed by Colmenares as work of Duterte admin are in fact violated by the NPA terrorists. Some dare the Manila-based politicians and those who oppose the martial law extension to try to live in Mindanao for them to know the real situation there. Mindanaoans has recently expressed their trust in the imposed martial law order by Duterte. As they claimed, they have felt safe and secured under the order. Despite given news references from Colmenares, one netizen wonders why no Mindanaoan protests against the order and only Luzon residents have the nerve to fight their claim against the government.


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Today, Human Rights Day, the Senate will be holding an Executive Session to talk about another extension for Duterte's Martial Law in Mindanao.

The war versus terror in Marawi was won in 2017, but Martial Law has remained all throughout 2018. Now Duterte is again requesting that Martial Law in Mindanao be extended until December 2019.


These are numbers for human rights violations in Mindanao as of Dec 2018. #StopTheAttacks



Source: Neri Colmenares