British expat predicts more assas!nati0ns & k!llings to create panic, then blame Duterte over next few months

When you think that the news lately were already worse, an advisory from a British expat telling the public to brace for more nasty news in the coming months circulates online.

Nigel Locke, a British national that listed Cebu as his Philippine home, issued the warning amid prediction from Joma Sison of the CPP-NPA that Duterte will be ousted in October 2018.

The warning also came after opposition senators issued statements one after the other that the government were behind the k1llings of priests and local executives. [Link here]

Check out the full post below.

We can expect some very nasty news here in the Philippines over the next few months, so brace yourselves.
Why is this? The tiny minority of Liberals, communists and allies are desperate to oust the most popular, most successful President in the world and install their puppet Leni Robredo before she is kicked out of that VP position by the PET recount.
They will conspire to commit various acts of violence, bombs, shoot1ngs even assass1nations just to spread fear and panic. No target is off limits. They may even sacrifice their own.
They will shout and scream through their pet media that it is all Duterte’s fault.
There is a word for this. Terrorism.
Be vigilant and stand firm.
Pray for the safety of us all and the President.
May their evil plans be thwarted and their actions revealed to the world so that they might face justice.

Netizen Alfredo Nataba couldn’t agree more with Nigel Locke as shown in his comment below.

“The rash of killings of LGU officials is one sign of intensified destabilization. Even the price increase of several commodities not affected by the TRAIN LAW are being manipulated by traders so as to blame the president.
Let us be vigilant because these are the same groups that brought Marcos’ down and made our country the basket case in Asia. Let the people unite and protect our president.”

Another expat named Steve Murray echoed Nigel’s sentiment.

“Totally screwed up idiots who dont seem to want the Philippines to progress, Why is this vote for VP taking so long?”

So does Darrell Strawn, “Desperate people do desperate things.”

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