A Philippine Daily Inquirer article reporting the death of Abu Rami, Abu Sayyaf’s leader in the Bohol incursion, makes netizens blood boil.
According to the caption provided by PDI to describe the news article entitled, “Death of Abu Rami is sort of bad news for some Sulu folk”, the death of Abu Rami is bad news because it means the end of ransom money that he shared with Sulu folks.
The Inquirer’s article inspired Krizette Laureta Chu to come up with a game on social media involving her Facebook followers.
The mechanics of the game is very simple: Pick ANY great achievement of the Duterte administration and then make it sound bad!!!
To start the ball rolling, Krizette did the honor of picking the first Duterte achievement and make it look bad.
“6.4 BILLION PESOS TO BE RELEASED FOR WORLD WAR VETERANS IS, IN A WAY, A BIG WASTE OF MONEY AS THEY ARE GOING TO DIE SOON OF OLD AGE ANYWAY.”
Krizette ended the post by leaving this thought-provoking statement:
(Kawawa naman yung mga nakinabang sa ransom money ng Abu Sayyaf, grabe! Ang bait pala ng pinatay ng military natin. BAD BAD MILITARY.)
Let us check out the comments of Krizette followers and see who comes up with a better pick.
Mark Louie Acosta Pante wrote: “Yung mga pilipinong binigyan ng amnesty ng Saudi government makaka uwi dahil kay digong! Shet mawawalan ng employee ang saudi!”
Abet Binos Cosare said: “Passport and drivers license validity extended,, mawawalan na raw ng trabaho yung mga card makers saka passport makers kasi every 10/5 years na raw mag rerenew yung mga drivers and passport holders.”
Rhodalyn Suaco Rodriguez remarked: “Yang lintek na war on drugs na yan! Ang dami dami tuloy mga pulitikong nawalan ng funds. Paano pa makakahingi ng donation ang mga nasa laylayan tuwing monday flag ceremony sa munisipyo?”
Allan Magbitang Corpuz commented: “The progress of the peace talk between the government and NDF will stop the proliferation of revolutionary taxes being legally collected. Tapos mababawasan na ang sunugan ng mga buses at mga pananambang.”
Claros Majja said: “libre gamot availble in public hospitals!! bakit gagamutin pa me sakit na nga hayaan na lang yan mamatay.”
Meanwhile, netizens blast PDI for glorifying a bandit while accusing the writer for framing the news in such a way that encourage engagement.
Judd Eugenio wrote: “That’s journalism at its lowest. How bad the Inquirer has become. Ay, disente pala daw sila.”
April Garingarao said: “Wow ha! Ginagawa nyo pang Robin Hood tlga ha!”
How about you? Do you have something in mind? Please share it with us by commenting below.