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Ateneo Alumnus to Monsod: Sinungaling! Mga tuta ng Oligarkiyang ayaw ng Pagbabago

Netizen Orion Perez took to Facebook his sentiments on the often misinterpretation of the planned shift of government from democracy to federalism. He also blamed the Monsods for this particular issue.

Ateneo Alumnus to Monsod: Sinungaling! Mga tuta ng Oligarkiyang ayaw ng Pagbabago
Photo credits: Esquire Philippines

“Naiinis pa rin po ako na hanggang ngayon ay marami pa ring Pilipinong nabola ng mga Monsod at naniniwala sila na kung magshishift tayo sa Federalism ay magiging mas grabe raw ang mga Warlords at mga Political Dynasties sa Pilipinas,” he said on his Facebook status.

According to him, what the people confuse with federalism is feudalism, which would be responsible for worsening warlords and dynasties. Federalism, on the other hand, is utilized by Switzerland, Germany, Australia, Canada, Malaysia, and even United States of America.



Furthermore, he continued blaming the Monsods.

“Imbento lang po talaga yan ng mga Monsod yang kalokohang nagsasabi na lalala raw ang warlords at dynasties kung nag-Federalism tayo.”

He also called the Monsods as liars and tricksters, slave to the oligarchy, and defying change.

Read his full post below:

"Naiinis pa rin ako na hanggang ngayon ay marami pa ring Pilipinong nabola ng mga Monsod at naniniwala sila na kung magshishift tayo sa Federalism ay magiging mas grabe raw ang mga Warlords at mga Political Dynasties sa Pilipinas.
"Unang-una, matagal ko na talagang riniresearch ang Federalism at wala pa ako nakikitang academic paper na nagsabing nagpapalala ng warlords at dynasties ang Federalism.
"FEUDALISM po yun. Iba po ang Federalism sa Feudalism.
"Pareho silang nagsisimula sa "Fe" at nagtatapos sa "-alism" pero iba sila.
"Eh sa Switzerland, Germany, Australia, Canada, Malaysia, at pati sa USA na lahat sila ay gumagamit ng Federalism, grabe ba ang warlords at dynasties sa mga bansang yan?
"Imbento lang po talaga yan ng mga Monsod yang kalokohang nagsasabi na lalala raw ang Warlords at Dynasties kung nag-Federalism tayo.
"Mga sinungaling at manloloko lang talaga ang mag-asawang MONSOD!
"Mga tuta ng Oligarkiyang ayaw ng Pagbabago!
"Huwag po kayo magpapaloko sa mga kabobohang kinakalat nila!"
#MonsodsMgaManloloko
#CoRRECTtheConstitution
#FederalismIsNotFeudalism
#NeverAgainToAnOligarchicConstitution

Source: Facebook

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