Riposte to Duterte & the palace lizard Panelo

By Jose Maria Sison
NDFP Chief Political Consultant
September 2, 2019

Duterte and Panelo belong to my same senior age bracket and are not any much younger than I am. It is politically and intellectually bankrupt for Panelo to refer to my aging. The ad hominem remarks against me are stupid, impertinent and devoid of reason. It is an attempt to distract attention from the issues that I raise.

I have stood for the sovereign rights of the Philippines and the Filipino people over the exclusive economic zone in the West Philippine Sea and have exposed and condemned the traitorous sell-out of such sovereign rights to China by Duterte. This position of mine is supported by the broad masses of the people, the revolutionary movement and by the most responsible leaders, organizations and institutions motivated by patriotism.

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Palace hits ‘aging armchair passé rebel’ Sison over remarks vs Duterte
Nestor Corrales
September 02, 2019 10:45am
http://inqm.news/euef?fbclid=IwAR15lvVQvh7Kiu-_zkN9rJjeHEnKPyEwLJ8ltvsl3xXzFTCl9A2ZzOxsnUE

MANILA, Philippines — Exiled communist leader Jose Maria Sison is nothing but an “aging armchair passé rebel,” Malacañang said Monday as it dismissed his latest remark calling President Rodrigo Duterte a “traitor and puppet.”

Sison, one of Duterte’s staunchest critics, slammed Duterte’s “treasonous deals” with China, which include the joint oil and gas exploration deal in the West Philippine Sea.

“The Filipino people should be alert to the high probability of Duterte betraying them by selling out their sovereign rights in exchange for the high interest loans and overpriced infrastructure agreements that make the Philippines a debt colony of China,” he said in a statement.

The communist leader, who is in exile in The Netherlands, said Duterte committed treason by making a joint oil agreement with China.

He also slammed the Duterte administration for releasing “worst criminals but accumulates political prisoners.”

Sison was referring to the convicted inmates released under the Republic Act 10592 or the Good Conduct Time Allowance.

Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo, however, said Malacañang was unfazed by his latest tirades.

“The Duterte presidency is engrossed in its constitutional duty of serving and protecting the Filipino people, that it has no time to waste in responding to the latest anti-Duterte statement of Jose Maria Sison, other than saying that it is another arrant raving and incorrigible ranting coming from an aging armchair passé rebel whose illusory vision has outsprinted the ticking hands of time,” Panelo said in a statement. /je

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