Lady lawyer hits Pinoy wokes who shouts “Black Lives Matter” on Twitter but oblivious of Pinoy anger against Oligarchs, elites

Atty. Trixie Cruz-Angeles of the FB page Luminous by Trixie Cruz-Angeles & Ahmed Paglinawan opened the post by asking a thought-provoking question with regards to the anger that drove the colored people in the US to start those riots.

‘Naiintindihan nyo ba yung galit ng mga oppressed people of color sa US? Yung mga nagra-riot dahil sa daangtaong ramdam na ramdam ang diskriminasyon?’

Atty. Trixie Angeles then changed gear and localized the context of her question by asking if the poor people in the Philippines don’t have right to get mad at the elites in the Philippines who act like their gods? The elites who oppressed the poor Filipinos, who make laws to benefit their businesses while the poor feed from the breadcrumbs, figuratively speaking, left by the rich.

‘Eh tayong mga hampas lupa, di ba tayo pwede magalit sa mga elitistang dios na may lupa? Yung mga nangaapi ng mahihirap, gumagawa ng batas para makinabang ang mga negosyo nila, habang ang masa, patuka tuka lang?’

Atty. Angeles remarked that finally, a President who listens to the poor people got elected; a president whose heart beats for the long suffering poor Filipinos, victims of neglect from the government.

‘Tapos eto, may dumating na pangulo na nakinig sa atin. Naawa na tayo ang pumipila sa ilalim ng init ng araw, maka kuha lang ng passport, ng lisensya, ng basic services ng gobyerno. Taragis. May NAKINIG SA ATIN.’

Atty. Angeles acknowledged that President Duterte isn’t perfect but thankful that he is a listening President who coerces and cajoles the powerful people in Congress and the Executive to start looking out for the long neglected poor Filipinos.

‘Oo di perfect si Duterte, jusko lang sa hindi pagkaperfect. Pero nakinig siya. For the first time may presidenteng nakakita sa hirap natin at nagsabi sa mga dios diosan sa Kongreso at sa ehekutibo… “Di ba kayo naaawa sa mga kababayan natin?” Baryang serbisyo lang bigay sa atin tapos kung makakurakot…’

Atty. Angeles said the Filipinos have every right to get mad at the Oligarchs who lorded it over for generations in the country wants to oust a President that listens to the poor.

‘Ngayon, ilang henerasyon tayo ginanyan tapos ngayon na nanganganib ang kayamanan nila dahil merong naawa sa atin, gusto nilang tanggalin? Gusto nilang ipabagsaka ang administrasyon? SINONG HINDI MAGAGALIT? Sinong maghihinahon pa ng salita sa mga ginagawa ng katulad nina Maria Ressa at mga senador na halatang nagpoportekta sa uri ng mayayaman at mayayaman LAMANG.’

Atty. Angeles said that is why the Duterte supporters speaks in vulgar language because this is the language of a people who suffered in silence from the fake pious Oligarchs and elites.

‘Kaya dapat intindihin kung bakit minsan balahura tayo magsalita. Wika ng galit ng taong bayan yan. Wika ng madlang matagal nang nagtimpi sa mga santong kabayo.’

Atty. Angeles frowned upon at the wokes and elites demanding civility of speech…the bandwagoners who sympathized with Black Lives Matter movement in American and yet, they fail to recognize the anger of the poor Filipinos against the Oligarchs.

‘Makademand kayo ng civility of speech… pero naka Black Lives Matter ka-ekekan. Eh nagrariot nga sa US sa tindi ng galit ng African Americans, hindi nyo narerecognize yung galit na yan sa sarili ninyong kababayan?’

Atty. Angeles joked about the wokes not choking while singing the line of a song expressing anger. She said if Filipinos were not angry, Duterte would not have been elected as President.

‘Di na kayo nahirinan sa pagkanta ng linyang, “the voice of angry men.” KAMI YON. Kung di kami nagalit, hindi si Duterte ang President NATIN ngayon.’

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Source: Luminous by Trixie Cruz-Angeles & Ahmed Paglinawan

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