Journalist Exposed a Leaked Memo of Movement Against Tyranny for the Sept. 21 EDSA Rally

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A concerned netizen, journalist and a well-known supporter of Pres. Rody Duterte, Mark Acebedo Lopez released an interesting expose on social media, a leaked memo from the group Movement Against Tyranny (MAT), which contains instructions on how to prepare for the September 21, EDSA Rally to topple Pres. Duterte.

The Group Movement Against Tyranny is allegedly aiming to launch a massive rally on September 21, 2017 to end the alleged drug killings and the “tyranny and fascism” of the Duterte administration. The planned rally coincides with the celebration of the declaration of Martial Law by the late Pres. Marcos.

MAT’s leaked memo showcased how the groups prepared as they call for its members and aspiring protesters to join their pre-rally events in preparation for the major rally which will be conducted not only in Metro Manila but also in other major cities nationwide.

The leaked memo was only forwarded through the Facebook account of Mark Lopez but its authencity has not yet been validated according to Lopez as of this time.

Here’s the Complete Expose of Mark Lopez:

Peeps, wanna share a leaked memo that somebody forwarded to me —

September 17, 2017

Attention: All members, and aspiring members of Movement against TYRANNY (MAT)

In preparation for our forthcoming September 21 rally at Luneta, we are all inviting you to join our pre-rally activities as follows:

1. Seminar on effigy making and burning
2. Loudest Duterte curse contest
3. The art of Foul Meme making
4. How to troll and get away with it.
5. Seminar on proper rally etiquette and behavior
6. A TEDtalk on Democracy
7. Lecture on “How to take advantage of your human rights”
8. Film showing “We took back the internet” starring Maria Ressa.
9. A mini debate on pro shabu versus anti shabu
10. Retreat and Recollection by Bishop Soc Villegas. Topic – “Taxation 101 and how we avoided it”

In addition, all MAT members, and aspiring members are duly reminded that you are free to join any or all of the above, and that you are all free to do whatever you want without fear of arrest, harassment or threat from government.

Likewise, any suggestion to overthrow the government or any move to ridicule, embarrass, criticize, harangue, complain, expose, curse, swear, or throw invectives and stare ala Jim LukatMe Paredes any government offcial, all the way from the president down to the baranggay tanod, as well as to its supporters, believers and practically the general populace, are most encouraged and solicited.

MAT guarantees freedom of movement as well as the upholding of basic democratic principles. Freedom of speech is absolutely and openly tolerated and even promoted. Mainstream and social media is ours to fully utilize to the hilt. No one will stop us.

Please be reminded that beginning tomorrow Sept 18, Monday, the MAT working committee will now hold daily planning sessions and forum groups to ensure the complete success of our Sept21 mass action. Kindly coordinate with your local committee heads, professors, parish priests, civic heads and organizers should you have queries or matters for clarification. Feel free to contact anyone. Likewise, our social media pages, call center and hotlines are available 24/7 without any interruption.
Let us all work together to ensure that the whole world can understand what is happening in our country.

Let us all make our voices heard!

Let us join hands and freely and openly show that our country is now under TYRANNY!!!

Mabuhay po tayong lahat!
The controversial group Movement Against Tyranny is allegedly convened by Sister Mananzan, former Sen. Rene Saguisag, Rev. Rhee Timbang, Rev. Broderick Pabillo, former Representatives Lorenzo “Erin” Tañada III and Neri Colmenares, ACT Rep. Antonio Tinio, University of the Philippines Chancellor Michael Tan, Free Legal Assistance Group national chair and law dean Jose Manuel Diokno, Bagong Alyansang Makabayan’s Carol Araullo, National Union of People’s Lawyers secretary general Edre Olalia; UP professors Rolando Simbulan and Julkipli Wadi, journalists Vergel Santos and Inday Espina-Varona, actors Mae Paner and Audie Gemora, Karapatan secretary general Cristina Palabay and Edith Burgos, mother of missing activist Jonas Burgos.

Source: Mark Acebedo Lopez

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