(Must Watch) Mindanao Lumads Expose: “Lumad Pinapatay ng NPA Pag Hindi Sumanib sa Kanila” (Video)

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Tribal leaders from Mindanao finally speak up and exposed the blatant lies of the militant groups about the alleged militarization of Lumads in Mindanao. The truth finally came out after the Lumad leader speak up on how the NPA killed some members of their group.

In an exclusive interview conducted by PCOO Asec Mocha Uson, the Lumads from Mindanao asked for the help of the President to investigate the killings in Mindanao which were allegedly conducted by the members of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing the New People’s Army.

The rallyists in Manila from the alleged tribal leaders brought by the militants and the front legal organization of the CPP-NPA. The alleged fake Lumads keep on saying “Stop Militarization” and “Stop the killing of Lumads” but they are not real tribal members but they were members of the militants being dressed up as Lumads.

Watch the Interview and Expose of the Lumads in Mindanao:

According to the Lumad tribal leaders who are now in Manila accused the CPP-NPA of killing their fellow Lumads in Mindanao as they asked for the help of the government to investigate those protesters who claimed that they were members of the IPs in Mindanao.

Asec Mocha Uson also called the attentions of the Philippine Senate to investigate the case of the Lumads in Mindanao who are now making the calls to investigate the incidents in Mindanao. The Lumads also noted that they were happy with the implementation of Martial Law in Mindanao because the killings of tribal leaders in the areas had stopped due to the decision to implement Martial Law.

The Lumad Group interviewed by Asec Mocha Uson is comprised of 18 major tribes in Mindanao, belonging to the 25 provinces in the island were so grateful with the invitation to be interviewed on social media because the mainstream media did not take time to interview them and get their side of the story.

Source: Mocha Uson FB Page

Ed Umbao

Founder of PhilNews.xyz | co-Founder of PhilNews.ph

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