Manila Bulletin writer stays defiant, says Magnitsky Act does not say supporting President Duterte is illegal, calls critics are stupid, crazy & desperate

MAGNITSKY MAGNITSKY KAYO DYAN!

This is the defiant response of Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Chu to Yellows who are using a US law known as Magnitsky Act to scare and silence the supporters of the President on social media.

The Yellows desperately are hoping that dangling the Magnitsky Act will shut up and scare those who support Duterte,” wrote Chu.

Chu lamented the irony of the people who are now weaponizing the said law to silence the Duterte supporters but they are the very same people who cry freedom of speech, who says they will fight for their right to free speech.

Yung mga nagsasabing mahilig sa freedom of speech, yung nagsasabing ipaglalaban nila ang karapatan nilang Ihayag ang kanilang damdamin, gustong mawalan ng freedom of speech ang Duterte supporters.

Chu condemned these people calling them hypocrites and stupid.

Kung di ba naman mga ipokrito at tanga.

Chu reckoned there is no law or rule in the free world that bars any private citizen to support a democratically elected like President Duterte. She said the critics should take note of the keyword “democratically elected” to get their interpretation correctly. She called them shameless.

Una sa lahat, there is no law or rule in the free world that will disallow any private citizen to support a DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED PRESIDENT. The key words are democratically elected. Not a dictator, not an authoritarian ruler, not even a monarch. Ang kakapal.

Chu asked that as a majority, meaning the Duterte supporters, are they the one to adjust? Prevented from showing their support by other countries to their President?

Majority kami tapos kami ang mag aadjust sa inyo? Majority kaming Duterte supporters tapos kami ang babawalan ng ibang bansa mag support ng Presidente?

If that’s the case, Chu said the anti-Dutertes are indeed stupid.

ANG TATANGA TALAGA NG MGA ANTI DUTERTE. SAKSAKAN NG TANGA.

Chu agreed that there may be many leaders who do not agree with some of Duterte’s ways but they respect his position albeit begrudgingly now and unless leaders of other countries denounce and refuse to deal with the Duterte government and refuse to acknowledge the validity of our embassies and consulates as part of their sanctions, then being vocal of our support of this administration isn’t grounds for anything.

There may be many leaders who do not agree with some of Duterte’s ways, but they recognize his position—and begrudgingly now, his power, and unless leaders themselves of countries PUBLICLY DENOUNCE, SHUN, and REFUSE TO DEAL with Duterte and the government—and refuse to acknowledge the validity of our embassies and consulates as part of their sanctions—THEN VOICING OUT OUR SUPPORT OF THIS ADMINISTRATION is not grounds for anything.

Chu asked if there are existing sanctions imposed by other countries vs. the Philippines? Fact, other countries are even shoving their foreign aid to the country.

At this juncture, Chu berated the critics, calling them stupid, crazy and desperate for using the US and EU to scare the Duterte supporters to show their support of the Duterte admin.

BAKIT, MGA TANGA, MAY SANCTIONS BA ANG PILIPINAS KAHIT SAAN? EH HALOS IPAGDULDULAN NILA YUNG MGA FOREIGN AID SA ATIN ANO.

TAKOT LANG NILA.

TANGA. MGA TONTO. MGA GAGO. MGA BOBO. MGA DESPERADO.

Ipangtatakot niyo ang America at EU, mga traydor nga kayo sa bayan.

Leche. Mga tanga.

Chu lectured the Dilawans original intent of the so-called Magnitsky Act  and that is to sanction officials who commit human rights violations, like for example the US which needed to punish the people involved in the killings of Khashoggi, the Saudi journalist – to try to scare everyone into silence.

They will use a completely unrelated, inapplicable thing like the Magnitsky Act—which originally is a way to sanction officials who commit human rights violations, like for example the US which needed to punish individuals involved in the killing of Khashoggi, the journalist in Saudi— to try to scare everyone into silence, as if. ASSSS IF.

An apparently flabbergasted Chu clarified if the Duterte critics meant that US and UE governments will spend 4 months per person investigating each and every Filipinos, nearly 100 million, why they support President Duterte.

Chu asked if the US and EU have all that time in the world to launch a hearing on each person who supports the widely supported and popular President.

You mean, the US and EU governments will spend about 4 months PER PERSON investigating each and every Filipino, nearly 100 million, and why they support the President? AS in? Ganon sila ka daming free time to launch a hearing on each person who supports the wildly supported President? Mga tanga.

Chu wrote that if she gets angry, she will go on a Euro trip.

Chu ended the rant with the message to Sass Sasot, the transgender blogger and international relations graduate not to stop blogging so that Duterte’s critics will have nothing to say.

Pag ako nagalit mag eu-Euro trip ako.

Hay naku kung ako sayo Sass Rogando Sasot di ka titigil mag blog para wala silang masabi (ay ginamit.)

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Source: Krizette Chu

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