Radio host slams Leni & LP pals for criticizing Malacanang’s no foreign loan policy, asks if foreign loans help uplift lives of Filipinos or uplifted their own lives?

Following Malacanang’s order declining foreign loans arrangement from 18 countries who supported UNHRC reso on probe of EJK in PH, the Opposition led by VP Leni Robredo said the news was alarming.

Robredo told CNN PH that the foreign loan suspension will make the Filipino suffer will suffer from the effects of Malacanang’s order to reject loan offered by countries that supported the resolution calling on the UN to probe the country’s drug war. [Link here]

Robredo was quoted on her radio program Biserbisyong Leni. “Okay lang sana kung mayroon tayong perang pangpalit, pero kung walang perang pangpalit, pareho din na ‘yung magsasakripisyo ‘yung dapat sana beneficiaries nitong mga programang ito. Nakakalungkot dahil pandagdag na sana ito sa mga programa para sa mga mahihirap.”

Meanwhile, Senator Hontiveros took a swipe at Duterte’s love affair with Chinese loan despite its island and territory-grabbing habit while snubbing foreign loans from 18 countries who only wants PH to respect human rights.

Radio host and blogger Mark Lopez, in his usual self, has taken to Facebook defending Palace’s decision to suspend loan or aid arrangements from 18 countries in favor of Iceland resolution at UNHRC.

Lopez said Leni and her pals aren’t used to Duterte’s style of governance and they have a different concept about foreign aid. All they know is that foreign aid have strings attached.

Lopez remarked that it is very obvious the LP leaders are ready to surrender the nation’s dignity in exchange of foreign aid.

Lopez concluded that money is more important to the likes of Robredo, especially from overseas, no matter the strings attached or conditions.

At this juncture, Lopez couldn’t help but ask what happen to the foreign donations they received when LP was in power?

Lopez wondered what happened to the foreign donations they received when LP was in power?

Did the foreign donations helped a lot in terms of uplifting the lives of Filipinos, Lopez further asked?

Lopez asked Robredo and her LP pals if the foreign aid contributed greatly in uplifting their own personal lives?

You may read Mark Lopez’s original article below.

FOREIGN AID

So nag aalala ngayon sina Leni, Kiko at mga dilawan dahil nag decide ang Malacañang na i suspend ang mga loan o aid arrangements galing sa 18 countries na pabor sa Iceland Resolution sa UNHRC.

Nanghihinayang sila sa foreign aid na ma didiskaril.

Hindi kasi sila sanay. Iba ang konsepto nila ng foreign aid. Alam nila na quid pro quo naman ang usapan sa mga ganyan o laging may kapalit.

Halatang halata na ang mga lider ng dilawan ay ok lang na isuko ang dignidad ng bayan basta may foreign aid.

Para sa kanila, mukhang pinaka importante eh may perang dumarating galing abroad, kasehodang ano ang kapalit.

Ang tanong – nung panahon nila, ano nangyari sa isang damukal na foreign aid na natanggap nila?

Malaki ba ang naimbag ng natanggap nilang aid at tama nila nagamit para maingat ang buhay ng Pilipino?

O malaki ang naimbag ng foreign aid para sa kanilang sariling pag asenso?

Palibhasa…

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Source: Mark Lopez

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