Facebook takes down Senyora Santibañez page

Facebook takes down Senyora Santibañez page

we need help in bringing it back

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Sass SezSass Sez

Dear Friends:

Now, confirmed na sya. The FB Page of SENYORA was mass reported and it is in danger of being PERMANENTLY DELETED.

This is definitely a POLITICALLY MOTIVATED mass report as SENYORA is one of the biggest Duterte Supporter FB Pages in the Philippines, with over 2 million followers.

I am encouraging all of you to write Katie Harbath, Global Politics and Government Outreach Director at Facebook, an FB Message.
Here’s her profile: https://www.facebook.com/katieharbath

Below is a sample message:

Dear Ms Harbath,

I would like to ask you to reinstate the Facebook Page of SENYORA. SENYORA is a parody site in the Philippines that has been recently mass reported. SENYORA has brought joy and laughter to millions of Filipinos since it was created in 2013. Because the Page is such a hit, a publisher even compiled SENYORA’s posts into a book entitled “Lakompake,” published last year (http://www.nationalbookstore.com/…/lakompake-ang-babaeng-bu…).

I believe that SENYORA has been targeted because it’s a Page that openly supports Duterte. This is definitely a POLITICALLY MOTIVATED mass report as SENYORA is one of the biggest Duterte Supporter FB Pages in the Philippines, with over 2 million followers.

Thank you.


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Sass Rogando Sasot
A transpinay based in The Hague, Sass Rogando Sasot is studying at Leiden University, pursuing an MA in International Relations, working on a thesis on how a systemic change led to the rivalry of the coastal States of the South China Sea. In 2013, Sass became the first Filipino to receive the ECHO Award, given annually to excellent migrant students in academic and higher professional education in The Netherlands. In 2014, she graduated magna cum laude at Leiden University College-The Hague, with a Combined Major in World Politics and Global Justice, minor in International Development, with courses on U.S. Foreign Policy and International Relations of China take at UCLA. She has at least 10 years of practical international experience.

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