Bato to ATB critics: ‘Pag kayo nabiktima ng terorista ‘wag ninyo sisihin gobyerno'

Bato to ATB critics: ‘Pag kayo nabiktima ng terorista ‘wag ninyo sisihin gobyerno'




Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto and senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson are the usual personalities in the headlines who are supporting and explaining the Anti-Terrorrism Act of 2020.
The two are the principal authors of the senate version which were adopted and is now awaiting the signature of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in Malacanang palace.

Senator Ronaldo “Bato” Dela Rosa a former Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief just like Lacson has thrown also his “two cents” in the public debate regarding the proposed security measure.
Senator Ronaldo “Bato” Dela Rosa
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“Sige okay lang sa akin, sige i- junk ninyo, gusto ninyo i-junk? Sige junk ninyo. Kapag kayo naging biktima ng terorista, kapag sumabog ang bomba diyan, may namatay sa inyo mga mahal sa buhay ninyo o kayo mismo huwag ninyo sisihin ang gobyerno na hindi gumagawa ng paraan para mahinto ang terrorism, para masawata ang terrorism,” Senator Ronald dela Rosa said in an exclusive interview with dzBB
“Gusto ninyo ng another Marawi siege? Go ahead. Gusto ninyo ng another Zamboanga siege? Go ahead. Gusto ninyo ng bombing kaliwa, kanan? Go ahead, i-junk natin ito basta huwag ninyo sisihin ang gobyerno kapag nagkaletse letse sa terrorism dito,” Senator dela Rosa added.
“Itong Anti-Terror Bill na ito ay kung ikaw ay law abiding citizen at ayaw na ayaw mo ng terorismo you will rejoice when this bill is signed into law pero kung ikaw terorista o kaya ay supporter ng mga terorista, dapat matakot ka sa batas na ito,” he said.

The former PNP chief urges all oppositors to read the law first before making judgment.
“Basahin niyo ‘yung batas. Kung mabasa niyo ‘yun mawawala ‘yung ambiguity, mawawala ‘yung pag-dadalawang isip ninyo. Takot niyo mawawala,” he said.
“Huwag kayong makikinig diyan sa mga nagbibigay ng disinformation. Basahin ninyo ang batas. Alam ko grabe ang disinformation na ginagawa dito, lalo na mga taga-kaliwa, dahil alam nila na tatamaan ang NPA sa batas na ito,” he added
He also clarified that under the proposed measure activism is not terrorism. “Klaro e terrorism does not include advocacy, protest, dissent, stoppage of work, mass or industrial actions and other similar exercises of civil and political rights,” he explained.



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