“Is this Ateneo’s launch of ‘Red October?” —Radyo Pilipinas host asks in viral Facebook post

The AFP has recently released a list of Metro Manila colleges and universities being infiltrated by the NPA’s as their recruitment hubs.

The AFP list has been met with disbelief and even skepticism on social media.

However, after watching the raw video of Radyo Pilipinas anchor Ado Paglinawan that has gone viral recently, I am more inclined to agree with the AFP on this one.

In the video below, a small group of students can be heard shouting anti-Marcos and anti-Duterte chants inside the Ateneo junior high school campus while parading around with placards bearing anti-Marcos slogans.

Paglinawan couldn’t help but condemned Ateneo on Facebook, for allowing anti-God communist ideology to flourish inside a Jesuit-oriented institution.

Please read the full post below for reference.

IS THIS ATENEO’S LAUNCH OF RED OCTOBER?

Are you paying an awesome amount of good earned tuition money for your son to become a responsible member of society or to prepare his career in the New Peoples Army?

I am sorry but the Ateneo principal cannot claim he has nothing to do about this not-so-subtle mind conditioning of our youth for irresponsible dissent.

Clearly, the students were on a recess, but still within school hours that parents have paid for responsible education. In short, the students did not have a choice to attend or not to attend the unfortunate event.

The involvement of the faculty is verified.

Ateneo said that “the Christian Service & Involvement Program (CSIP) faculty led a number of Junior High School teachers in a reenactment of Activism during Martial Law under Ferdinand Marcos.”

I wonder what is so Christian about this when they were peddling hate for the Marcoses, as their placard showed and hate for government as their speeches indicated. Is this how low Jesuit education has stooped down? I am sure this is not part of the DepEd’s approved curriculum.

And then Ateneo shifts from faculty to students crediting leadership. “The student-led Makibaka para sa Pakikisangkot Committee also helps in this two-day remembering of Martial Law atrocities through diorama & photo exhibits, community praying, live dramatizations and human tableaus, surveys of students on video, and other means to remind everyone about this dark time in our nation’s history.”

Community praying? To whom, to a Communist god?

If this is so, do not complain later on that your son has become a victim of extra-judicial killing. I personally believe that those who bear arms against a duly-constituted government, forfeit their human rights.

Many students however reacted with bewilderment. And judging from the sneers in the faces of most, they regarded the adults among them as ludicrous if not outright comical and irrelevant to their delicious snacks.

Boy, what a farcical moment!

You may watch the video below.

IS THIS ATENEO'S LAUNCH OF RED OCTOBER?Are you paying an awesome amount of good earned tuition money for your son to become a responsible member of society or to prepare his career in the New Peoples Army? I am sorry but the Ateneo principal cannot claim he has nothing to do about this not-so-subtle mind conditioning of our youth for irresponsible dissent. Clearly, the students were on a recess, but still within school hours that parents have paid for responsible education. In short, the students did not have a choice to attend or not to attend the unfortunate event.The involvement of the faculty is verified.Ateneo said that "the Christian Service & Involvement Program (CSIP) faculty led a number of Junior High School teachers in a reenactment of Activism during Martial Law under Ferdinand Marcos."I wonder what is so Christian about this when they were peddling hate for the Marcoses, as their placard showed and hate for government as their speeches indicated. Is this how low Jesuit education has stooped down? I am sure this is not part of the DepEd's approved curriculum. And then Ateneo shifts from faculty to students crediting leadership. "The student-led Makibaka para sa Pakikisangkot Committee also helps in this two-day remembering of Martial Law atrocities through diorama & photo exhibits, community praying, live dramatizations and human tableaus, surveys of students on video, and other means to remind everyone about this dark time in our nation’s history." Community praying? To whom, to a Communist god?If this is so, do not complain later on that your son has become a victim of extra-judicial killing. I personally believe that those who bear arms against a duly-constituted government, forfeit their human rights. Many students however reacted with bewilderment. And judging from the sneers in the faces of most, they regarded the adults among them as ludicrous if not outright comical and irrelevant to their delicious snacks.Boy, what a farcical moment!

Posted by Ado Paglinawan on Wednesday, October 3, 2018



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