On the selective outrage of Maria Ressa and Raissa Robles



So, they (local & foreign media) can denigrate the president & his supporters. They can exaggerate & splice his statements. They can destabilize the country, wittingly or unwittingly--all in the name of 'freedom of expression'.

But when people cry foul, call them out, or unfollow them--

RESSA calls it 'silencing' the media.

RAISSA calls it 'a serious, systematic attempt to denigrate the media'.

Seriously?



In fairness, um-oo agad ang Jim and retweet agad ang Leah! Supportive sila sa isa't isa, at iilan na lang kasi sila sabay nawawala pa yata si Cynthia.


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MJ Quiambao Reyes as posted on Facebook.


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  2. I've been a journalist for 32 years and I've never seen how biased and one-sided the Philippine news media has become than it is today. SHAME ON THESE YELLOWTARD WHORES!

    John Shinn III
    Founder-Editor
    L.A. Zamboanga Times (Est. 1986)
    LOS ANGELES

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  4. I've been a journalist for 32 years and I've never seen how biased and one-sided the Philippine news media has become than it is today. SHAME ON THESE YELLOWTARD WHORES!

    John Shinn III
    Founder-Editor
    L.A. Zamboanga Times (Est. 1986)
    LOS ANGELES

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