SocMed personality @GangBadoy hints that Duterte supporters have NO RIGHT to be Anthony Bourdain fans! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ


Some people need a better understanding of the word “dictator”. It's difficult to get how they can accuse Duterte of being a dictator while being safe to criticise him.

But the worst thing about Yellowtards is how they habitually stake a claim on the latest trending hero or occassion as one that only they exclusively have the right to associate with. And once they had drawn an imaginary yellow dotted line around said artifact, they then proceed to  wax righteous about their political agenda using that artifact as a platform.

This behaviour is encapsulated in a recent tweet by social media influencer Gang Capati...

Uh, again. You can't be a real Bourdain fan and support dictators who are verbally mean to women. It's one or the other, sorry.  ๐Ÿ™ƒ

One would have thought Ninoy’s supporters want us to respect the dead, but now they are using Anthony Bourdain as a poster boy for their political agendas. I really don’t want to go there, but he did take his own life. That says something about losing the battle with his demons.

For that matter, many Yellowtards are devout Catholics. Catholic dogma is very specific about its regard for suicide as a mortal sin. Seeing how Yellowtards are known to worship very publicly and often make it a point to flaunt their piety in front of the camera, the consistency they exhibit in reconciling their political and religious beliefs should be routinely put under a harsh light.

This sort of self-righteousness routinely exhibited by Yellowtards is what lost them an entire nation in 2016 to begin with. They are not for inclusiveness. They are comfy with the status quo of exclusiveness.

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