Netizen Burns Sen. Pangilinan, Exposing His Lies & Reasons for Voting NO to Extension of Martial Law in Mindanao

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Concerned netizen who is also a prominent social media influencer and defender of Pres. Duterte, Edwin Jamora, burned down Sen. Kiko Pangilinan as he exposed the alleged lies on Pangilinan’s reasons of voting NO for the extension of Martial Law in Mindanao.

According to Edwin Jamora, Sen. Kiko Pangilinan has a very important message for the people of Mindanao. The senator explained that he voted NO for the extension of Martial because it is a sign of authoritarian rule and doesn’t abide with the democratic Constitution of the Philippines.

Sen. Pangilinan noted that during the time of former Pres. Ramos, there’s an unprecedented progress and prosperity in Cagayan de Oro, General Santos and Davao City and it was not because of Martial Law but through agressive peace initiatives.

Edwin Jamora belies the claimed made by Sen. Pangilinan by reviewing the incident during the Ramos Presidency from June 30, 1992 up to June 30, 1998, showing clear evidences that there’s indeed peace but at the same time there were various incidents that really needs intervention by the Armed Forces, contrary to Pangilinan’s claim of peaceful Mindanao.

Here’s the Complete Expose of Edwin Jamora:


Eto. Sabi ni Kiko:

Binoto nya ang “NO” dahil authoritarian ang martial law at bawal sya sa demokratikong konstitusyon nang Pilipinas.

Sabi nya pa, ang pinakamasakit daw nitong martial law sa Mindanao ay hindi ito mag-papa-improve nang pagkabuhay or pangkabuhayan nang mga tiga-Mindanao.

Para daw patunayan nya na tama sya sa sinasabi nya kung ano ang tama para sainyo:

Noon daw pong panahon ni Tabako, noong 1990’s, unprecedented (di ko alam translation) daw po yong progress at pag-yaman nang Cagayan De Oro, General Santos at Davao City at nangyari yan na hindi naman martial law. Nangyari yun economic progress noon dahil sa agresibong peace initiatives ni Tabaco noon.

Ok. Let’s review:

Presidential term ni Ramos: June 30, 1992 – June 30, 1998

Ano ano nangyari noon? Well…

December 24, 1993 – On Christmas Eve, unidentified men threw grenades into a street market in Bonifacio, Misamis Occidental,[21] killing 5 shoppers and wounding at least 48.

December 28, 1993 – Binomba ang San Pedro Cathedral, killed 6 people and wounded 151. After 8 hours, a suspected Christian militant bombed a mosque. No one was hurt.

April 4, 1995 – 200 heavily armed members of Abu Sayyaf entered the town of Ipil and gunned down 53 people, robbed banks, plundered stores, took 30 hostages as human shields, and then burned the centre of the town to the ground. The town’s Chief of Policewas reportedly killed in the attack and close to a billion pesos were looted from eight commercial banks.


Source: Edwin Jamora FB Page

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