CPP possibly behind UN human rights council resolution - PNP

CPP possibly behind UN human rights council resolution - PNP

The Communist Party of the Philippines might have pulled one against the Duterte administration.
Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Gen. Oscar Albayalde said the CPP could be possibly be behind the adoption of the resolution of the United Nation Human Rights Council (UNHRC) calling on the Philippines 

“[That’s] possible. It’s because that’s part of propaganda also. ‘Yung (the) CPP-NPA (New People’s Army) is so against the Duterte administration now, so pwede (it’s possible),” Albayalde told reporters 

PNP Chief  Dir. Gen. Oscar Albayalde (photo credit to owner)

Albayalde said the CPP has  “contacts and connections” when asked how the group may have influenced the UN to make a move.

The PNP top cop explained that the CPP would not have reached its 50th anniversary last December of 2018 were it not for these contacts.

“Alam naman natin na may (We know there are) other sectors in our society, in our community that are secretly funding and supporting this underground movement. Hindi magiging 50 years na problema natin ito kung walang suporta ito (They would not reach 50 years if it does not have any support),” he said.

Albayalde said efforts to topple the government are not only being pushed through armed struggle but also through massive propaganda.

“You do not win a war only by armed battle. May kasamang intelligence, propaganda (You also need intelligence and propaganda),” he said.

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