Law allowing police, military to indoctrinate students needed —Bato

Law allowing police, military to indoctrinate students needed —Bato

Pound for pound if the propaganda war machine of the communist in the country is going to fight the propaganda of government against the Communist Party of the Philippines- New Peoples Army – the government is always losing by TKO( technical knockout).

That is why the reds are very much active these days, most specially when the Duterte administration came to office, because of the intensive and continues military operation coupled with a lot of ncentives for those who will surrender to government they are know feeling the shortage of those cadres who are taking up their dead ideology.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte gave CPP founder Joma Sison the chance for an everlasting peace with the government, but due to impossible demands being asked by the exiled leader, the President decided to terminate all peace talks with them.

Senators Panfilo Lacson, Ronald Dele Rosa, & Franceis Tolentino

Mid term elections was also a revelation, because of the large clout of the President all left leaning Party list representatives felt the political influence of the Chief Executive- all of them experienced all time lows in the turn out of elections in terms of votes. Even Presidential daughter Davao city Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio campaigned against all those left leaning partylist reps.

Celebrities like Mateo Guidecilli and Robin Padilla became Philippine Army’s reservists and has been doing media round making the story of the Filipino soldier is all worth emulating.

NPA is now feeling the heat

A lot of comments have surfaced media attacking the efforts of government in finally putting into stop the communist insurgency, from the militarization of government, the reimposition of Reserved officers training Course (ROTC) for senior high students, and the celebrities making the rounds in the provinces taking pride being part of the reservists.

To further the pursuit of government in eradicating the communist ideology, Senator Ronald Dela Rosa made a suggestion that policemen and themilitary should be allowed to conduct a form of "indoctrination" among students in state universities and colleges to compete with the supposed brainwashing activities of left-leaning organizations and "communists" in their campuses

In a radio interview, Dela rosa said prohibiting the police and military to access SUC (state universities and colleges) campuses is  "detrimental" to government.

"Meron silang polisiya doon na bawal pumasok ang pulis o military sa loob ng kanilang campus para ma-avoid daw ang militarisasyon in the guise of academic freedom daw. Pero hinahayaan nila yung mga komunista na mag-recruit ng mga kabataang menor de edad sa loob ng kanilang paaralan," he said.

The University of the Philippines (UP) an accord between the League of Filipino Students and the Department of National Defense is in place that bars police and military from the campus without authorization from the university administration.

"Malaki ang imbalance ng pagpapabor, favored towards the left itong pag-iisip ng ibang mga eskwelahan na ito. Lalong-lalo na itong mga eskwelahan na gobyerno like PUP [Polytechnic University of the Philippines] and UP, dapat hindi ganito. They are using government resources and yet they are producing enemies of the state," Dela Rosa claimed.

According to the Philippine National Police top cop said, the police and military should be accorded the same chance to talk and "indoctrinate" students for the government to counter the "indoctrination" of left-leaning organizations.
"Makipag-usap [sila] sa mga bata. Kung anong indoctrination na ginagawa ng mga komunista doon sa loob, dapat merong indoctrination din yung maka-gobyerno para pantay, magkakaroon tayo ng race," he said.

"Dapat bibigyan din ng kalayaan ang ating kasundaluhan at kapulisan na makipaghalubilo at magbigay ng kuro-kuro sa mga estudyante doon sa loob at magkakaroon tayo ng race kung sino ang makukumbinsi, mas maraming ma-recruit. Papunta ba sa NPA (New People's Army) o papunta sa military o sa pulis?" he added.
Former Bayan muna party representative Teddy Casiño said students who join left leaning groups does not automatically become members of the NPA. 
"Malinaw sa charters ng mga 'yan ay ang nire-recruit nila ay mga kasapian nila para ipaglaban ang iba't ibang isyung pang-estudyante at pambayan. Ngayon, if it so happens na yung ilang kasapian nila ay nagdesisyon na magrebelde at mamundok, ibang usapin yun," Casiño

Dela Rosa, however, said Casiño is just making excuses.

"Maniwala ako diyan. Depensa lang nila 'yan para hindi sila bad-looking sa taumbayan. Bilangin mo yung estudyanteng menor de edad na umakyat na sa bundok. Kadami na," he said.
Dela Rosa, during the Senate hearing last week, reported that a total 513 minors alleged recruited by left leaning group have already been “neutralized” in the past 20 years.

Senator adds that there should be a law allowing members of the Philippine National Police (PNP) and Armed Forces of the Philippines (PNP) enter campuses of schools, universities and colleges so that their administrators will be forced to grant them access.
"Kailangan may batas. Para kapag hindi sila sumunod sa batas ay kaukulang kaparusahan," he said.

"Lalong-lalo na itong teachers na alam natin na ginagago ang mga estudyante natin na ayaw nilang pag-graduate-in, papasahin sa kanilang subjects kung hindi sumali sa immersion," he added.

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