HILBAY CRITICIZES PRESIDENT DUTERTE FOR LISTENING TO THE FILIPINO PEOPLE

HILBAY CRITICIZES PRESIDENT DUTERTE FOR LISTENING TO THE FILIPINO PEOPLE

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No good deed goes unpunished, especially when the country is full of bitter formerly-in-power idiots.

One such individual with too much time on their hands is Pilo Hilbay. Hilbay is supposedly an attorney, but his education didn’t stop him from taking to twitter like the troll he is.

So as the nation and the world are attempting to responsible and effectively respond to the 2019 novel coronavirus (n-COV), Hilbay is here trying to attack the government for nothing.

What did the President do wrong this time? Was it how he listened to WHO’s advise before making a drastic ban? Was it how he listened to all stakeholders before deciding? Was it how he determined the impact the ban would have on the country, especially since 2% of our GDP comes from Chinese tourists? Was it how he considered the safety of OFWs in China, Macau, Hong Kong and other popular Chinese tourist destinations? Or was it how he listened to the Filipino public?

Oh, I know. It’s probably because President Duterte didn’t give in to the mass hysteria being promoted by dilawans and he didn’t listen to the horrible racism being promoted. Does Hilbay not know that n-COV is not attacking specifically Chinese people? Does he want the entire country to go on lock down before the World Health Organization even announces that n-COV is a pandemic? The number of Chinese tourists worldwide make it obvious that the only way to stem the entrance of the disease into the country would be to block all ports of entry to all nationalities.

It’s really sad to see how far Hilbay has fallen and how desperate he is to cling to relevancy. He, like all the other dilawans, is twisting a new flu into an attack against the administration. They’re taking a public health issue and using it to forward their agendas. It’s not only sad, but it’s despicably unethical.




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