'Innocent People Are Dying In PH With No Due Process' - G Tongi to Duterte Administration

G Tongi Criticized The Duterte Administration: 'Innocent People Are Dying In PH With No Due Process'

TV host and actress G Tongi gets lambasted online after she posted on her Instagram account a screenshot of Los Angeles Times issue featuring the latest controversy between President Rodrigo Duterte and US President Barack Obama where Obama cancelled the meeting allegedly due to Duterte's swearing.


Along with the photo, Tongi expressed her disappointment with Duterte as she hashtag her caption with "#whatashame' and told people to leave if they were going to comment "ignorant" and "hateful" remarks.

"@potus cancels meeting with #D30 #LaTimes #whatashame If you are going to leave ignorant and hateful remarks, get off my wall! #losers," she posted.

Her post was flooded with many advertising remarks from supporters of Duterte that eventually led to brief word wars, pushing her to block several netizens.


"I am flabbergasted by people's ignorance. Do you understand that a president of any country needs to be diplomatic instead of cursing? Innocent people are dying by the thousands with no due process in the Philippines!


"#HumanRightsViolation Thank you @jimparedes for saying it like it is!" she commented on the same post thanking the former member of APO Hiking Society who agreed with her sentiments.


"DUTERTE is an immature leader. I am being kind. The truth is he is a megalomaniac," Paredes commented.


"Extrajudicial killings is fundamentally inhumane and wrong on any level. For you to justify this means you have reached a side that no longer values life and liberty. So keep wasting your time bashing because your reasoning is flawed and illogical," she added.

Source: TNP

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10 comments:

  1. Why don't you come here and see for your self what is happening here in our coun

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  2. yeah why don't you come over ! and see if the victims are innocent children or whatever, the truth is the ones that killed are menace to our society, they ruining the future of our children, palibahasa nababasa nyo lang sa newspaper at mali mali pa ang balita! My God mag isisp isip naman kayo!

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  3. Kakainin mo yang mga salita na binitawan mo g. Wag muna kasi mang husga baka sa huli mapapahiya kalang. FYI 91% pro du30 kasi gusto ng free crime country kung wala kang alam manahimik ka. buksan mo yang tinga mo at makinig ng mabuti bago mo gamitin yang bibig mo na poru di mabubuti ang lumalabas.

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  4. Even if Gtongi is right, sira ang career mo sa pinas sa dami ng mag bash sa iyo sa pag post mo. paano ka naging matalino nun? use your head girl. hindi ka activista , pagiging actress ang work mo.

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  5. Gaga Tanga,

    Wag ka magpakatanga. Bago ka mag-comment alamin mo na muna ang kwento both sides dahil gaya nyan nakuryente kayo ng Laos na Singer na si Jim Paredes.

    Hindi lahat ng sinasabi ng Los Angeles Times ay tutuo, gaya na lang ng mga inilalabas na balita ng Philippine Daily Inquirer at Philippine Star na mas madalas pa na mali ang sinasabi sa kung ano ang pahayag ng Pangulong Duterte gaya na lang nung ibalita na minura raw si Obama.

    Sa tutuo lang yung kupal na press ang nasabihan ng ating pangulo dahil sinabihan ng huwag magtatanong na hindi naman related sa topic bago siya pumunta sa Laos.

    Manahimik na lang kayo dahil hindi naman makakatulong sa career nyo ang mag-comment ng negative sa aming Presidente at lalo pa kayong MALALAOS.

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    1. Laos na losers pa. Kala mo me alam sa Pilipinas eh tagal ng nawala yan dahil d naman sumikat pareho ni Paredes na Laos na rin. Malayong malayo yan kay Danny Javier na naiintindihan ang problema ng Pilipinas. Kala mo me mga nagawa sa Pilipinas mga salot kayo,

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  6. porket ba Los Angeles Times credible na, hindi ba sila nagkakamali, nag interview ba sila sa Pinas? bago ka nag comment nag research ka ba muna?

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  7. wala na kse pumapansin dyan key Gtongi..pagbigyan niyo na..minsan lng nagkunwaring me brains pumalya pa *hahaha

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  8. @ Jim paredes kung maka-megalomaniac ka e akala mo kung alam mo ang totoong intention ng Presidente. e ikaw , vainglorious. you're doing this because you want to become excessively famous instead encouraging the people solve the drug menace. kinakain na tayo ng kriminalidad at mawawala na ang kinabukasan ng mga kabataan. at kay tonggi naman, dahil ba LA times ay very credible na? mas credible ang reality hindi mo ba alam yon? uwi ka at tignan mo ang kinasadlakan ng Bayan mo. ang mga nag-surrender ay ginagawaan ng paraan para ma-rehabilitate silang lahat at maibalik to be come a productive citizen of our society. ang mga protectors ay kinakasuhan at ang mga lumalaban ay of course, choice nila yon. alangan naman na hayaan na lang ng police na patayin sila ng armed addicts. saan ngayon ang violation of human rights doon? mga irresponsible media ang sumira sa pagkatao ng Presidente dahil sa kultong dilaw na bumabayad sa kanila upang malamanan ang kanilang sikmura sampu na ng kanilang mga pamilya. Hwag naman sana gumawa ng hakbang ang US para pakialaman ang malinis na hangarin ng mga namumuno sa ating bansa ngayon.

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  9. same color sila same din ang kalagayan sa pagiging LAOS what do you expect?sila ang mga anay ng lipunan na dapat inuunang sinisilid sa sako they talked when the priced is right kahit na nonsense saan pa ba sila kukuha ng pang layaw nila kundi sa binabayad sa kanila para gumawa ng eksena na akala nila kakagatin ng tao, a high school students are more talented than you are mr paredes and Tonggay..magsama na lang kaya kayo pareho namn kayong LAOS na.

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