Another open letter to Agot Isidro from a European Event Organizer

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European and founder of Filipino Event wrote an open letter to veteran actress Agot Isidro who called President Rodrigo Duterte a 'psychopath.'

Malcolm Conlan took his Facebook page and expressed his support to Duterte and criticized the actress.

Conlan believes that Duterte is speaking from his heart and has done so many accomplishments in his first 100 days as a President and do not deserve to be called a psychopath.

Read his full post below:

"Dear Agot,

We are all entitled to our own opinion of course, sometimes if we have something negative on our minds, which may upset or anger others, it may be best as I was advised previously, just to keep it indoors, by all means share with friends and indeed family, but probably not a wise move to have shared so publicly.

I have met you before and you were really lovely, so I do of course respect you and your right to freedom of speech. However, to publicly label your President as a 'psychopath' was probably not a smart move.

President Duterte may be a touch vocal and perhaps some might argue, may not always choose the right terminology when speaking in public. However he speaks from the heart.

He has done so much good for the country in his first 100 days as President.

He has almost stamped out, or at least greatly reduced corruption in public office. A disease which has riddled the Philippines for too many years now. I am sure now, those in public office would think twice before deviating from the rule of law or not upholding the law properly.

He is proposing to increase the validity of the Philippine Passport from 5 to 10 years, he intends to make it easier for OFW's to travel abroad in search of a better life. Even my own family have benefited from less red tape when dealing with hospitals and public services.

Then there is the drug problem, there are over 3 million Filipinos addicted to drugs, so many crimes are committed whilst under the influence of drugs. Under Duterte, look how many drug addicts have surrendered and are now improving their lives and that of their families.

I hate the term 'third world country' the Philippines is a developing country, which is in fact developing fast.

Look how call centres are moving from India to the Philippines. Look how much tourism to the country has increased and there are more opportunities for Filipinos worldwide. With every war, sadly there will be innocent victims sadly caught up in the crossfire, but by and large, I believe that President Duterte is doing his very best to make the Philippines a better place for us all.

Finally regarding other countries commenting and indeed criticising Philippine internal affairs, I am sure they would also be upset if we were constantly critical of their laws, policies and behaviour. Look at the amount of innocent people killed in 'friendly fire' in other countries, look at the amount of people losing their lives due to their race and many other examples of wrongdoing around the World.

Doesn't President Duterte have a right to stand up for himself?

Best wishes Agot, God bless President Duterte, the Philippines and her people."

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  1. Thanks Mr. Conlan you're so kind & you speak the truth about our people & country. We are proud that at least someone like you & other foreigners that we know understand well our beloved president DU30 for us he is a great leader & the only true leader we ever had. We pray he would survive the tormenting years ahead. Again thanks Mr. Malcolm Conlan.

    1. I second your message to Mr.Conlan,Noel Horlanda(my friend)..i salute Mr.Conlan for his straight forward letter.

  2. I admire you, embarrassing as it is, some Filipinos are narrow minded while you, a foreigner, understands the situation better. The Filipinos may be experiencing a culture shock brought about by his radical ways, but this is bound to happen if we want change fast. We should be thankful we have a president who is brave enough the drug lords, the politicians, anything that belittles the Filipinos and the Philippines. I do not think anyone will be brave enough to do so.

    1. -understand* the situation

    2. *brave enough to fight the drug lords...

  3. Pinoy ' crab mentality ' is still being practiced, but it always results into a Boonerang that hits back into d origin...d Liberal party
    ...yupp !!!


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