Watch: Netizen Burns Inquirer Reporter After He Was Questioned for Removing the Province of China Tarpaulin

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A brave concerned netizen took courage to remove one of the controversial “Philippines Province of China” tarpaulin when he was interviewed by an Inquirer reporter. When he was asked why he removed the tarpaulin he burned down the Inquirer reporter by saying that the tarpaulin causes confusion.

The concerned netizen who removed the tarpaulin was identified as Jeremy Salomon. According to an Inquirer reporter, the tarpaulin with the message “Welcome to the Philippines, Province of China” was seen early morning posted in a fly-over along Quezon Avenue in Quezon City when a concerned netizen took notice of the tarpaulin and decided to remove it by himself.

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The Inquirer reporter asked the concerned netizen Jeremy Salomon on why he bravely remove the controversial tarpaulin.

Jeremy Salomon replied by saying that “Medyo mali nilagay nila, sa aking paningin, maling-mali itama na kaagad-agad. Kasi sa totoo lang kung meron silang right silang maglagay, may right din akong magtanggal nang maling bagay. Kung sa tingin ko mali tong mga ginagawa ng mga taong ito kailangan nating itama, dahil alam natin naman na hindi katotohanan ito, so ang fake news wag na nating palaganapin dahil kalokohan na, nag-create confusion, all the more instead na magtulungan tayo, sinisira nila ang bansa natin.”

The concerned brave netizen also asked and appeal the general public to do the same things he did when they could find some other tarpaulin like the one he removed earlier and even plead those people who put the tarpaulin to be careful with the information they presented, they shouuld help insted the national government towards a better Philippines.

Based upon the report the Inquirer, the tarpaulin was reportedly put on display at around 3:30AM in various parts of Metro Manila, but nobody took the courage to remove the tarpaulin. The display of the tarpaulin also coincides with the second anniversary of the Philippines victory at The Hague against China. 
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