Don’t be distracted from the Typhoon ‘Yolanda’ tragedy by the propaganda diversionary tactic we now know as the Manny Pacquiao tax case.
The 5,500 people (as of this writing) who died from, and the tens of billions of pesos worth of properties which were destroyed by ‘Yolanda’s’ fury, are still a much bigger issue than Pacquiao.
THREE WEEKS AFTER ‘Yolanda’ struck, NOT ONE INDIVIDUAL OR GOVERNMENT AGENCY has been questioned or investigated for the magnitude of the disaster.
And the SHAMEFUL, SCANDALOUS pace at which relief goods arrived to the survivors.
If I remember correctly, PNoy himself declared that a probe is forthcoming.
But we have yet to hear of even one person who has been asked to explain anything of a government office or agency who has been directed to produce any document or record which can be used for a probe.
As in NOTHING!
But in the case of Pacquiao, his bank accounts were immediately frozen. Worse, PNoy himself is PERSONALLY INVOLED in the controversy, as shown by the statements he had directly issued about it in media.
For the record, I DON’T WORK for Pacquiao. NEITHER DOES HE KNOW ME. Anybody can verify this anytime, anywhere.
By all means, Pacquiao must be probed, AS FAST AS POSSIBLE. If findings merit a penalty or penalties, then punish him at the very first opportunity.
But the 5,500 people who died from ’Yolanda,’ and the tens of thousands who continue to starve and suffer from her onslaught, DESERVE THE SPEEDY ACTION being done on the Pacquiao case.
Pacquiao is a world boxing superstar and a national pride, yes.
But it would be INSANITY TO THE MAX to consider him as more important than the 5,500 people who died from ‘Yolanda.” Or his case as much bigger than the destruction to property and the starvation which followed the typhoon.
Personally, I find the media hype on the Pacquiao case as a PATHETIC, BRAINLESS and DESPERATE diversionary move to cover the PNoy government’s INSENSITIVITY and INHUMANITY to ‘Yolanda’s’ victims.
“Tuwid na daan’ for you, PNoy fanatics.30