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    Wednesday, August 30, 2017

    BREAKING: Yellow’s propaganda screwed up after Kian’s parents sided with the President?

    President Rodrigo Duterte had recently met with the parents of the 17 year-old boy, Kian Lloyd delos Santos, who was killed during a drug raid operation in Caloocan conducted by the Philippine National Police (PNP) two weeks ago.




    That is, amidst the heightened outcry for justice from the minions of the opposition force, Kian’s parents officially chose to rightfully settle things up through an official meeting with the President. 

    The parents must have seen the sincerity and earnestness of the President to resolve the issue that they, with all smiles, ended the said meeting accepting rightful compensation granted and presented unto them by the president himself.

    Consequently, the opposition was again frustrated after losing a potential instrument for their destabilization scheme against the current administration. One of the critics who criticized the “yellows” for this unsuccessful propaganda of theirs, was journalist Jojo Robles.

    In his Facebook post, Robles laid out certain conditionalities offered by the opposition [or the Yellows] to Kian’s parents to further their intended agenda against the president’s campaign against drug which, if bid successful,  would basically affect Duterte big time. Not giving in to the opposition’s offer, Kian’s parents chose to side with the president. That according to the journalist is a strong justification that some people, although impoverished, have their dignity intact.

    Robles’ post reads:

    “P2 million. That was the offer of the Yellows to Kian's parents.

    Their first job was to join that anti-tyranny thingy launching yesterday, where they were to be paraded as Exhibits A and B.

    They refused and went with PAO chief Acosta to Digong instead.

    Yes, some people, though poor, can't be bought.” Robles ended.






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