PRRD to Pinoy voters: Don’t vote for KABAG candidates

PRRD to Pinoy voters: Don’t vote for KABAG candidates

 


The President has spoken to the public as against voting for those party list groups that are supporting the communist rebels who are openly seeking the overthrow of the government.

 

Duterte said the rebels have used the party-list system to infiltrate Congress and referred to them by the acronym KABAG (stomach pains in Filipino).

“You will see from their behavior and the way they espouse their advocacy for a party, their drift is really to the left,” Duterte said. “So you won’t forget, remember the KABAG: Kabataan-K, Anakpawis-A, Bayan Muna-B, (Alliance) of Concerned Teachers- A and Gabriela.”



The President has openly accused these groups as being legal fronts of the Communist Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), political arm of the communist rebels. In the House of Representatives, these party-list groups form the so-called Makabayan bloc.

“Do not vote for them,” the President said. “Let us put an end to that. Let us give everything to the barangays. We are wasting lives. We are wasting money.”

“The problem is they are supporting or they are really like legal fronts of the Communist Party of the Philippines,” he said in Filipino. “The problem is they are using money, they get money from the government and they are supporting those sons of b*****. They are supporting a bunch of (people) without ideology.”

 

Duterte has linked the party-list groups to the New People’s Army (NPA), which has been waging this decades war against the government.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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