Canadian Political Scientist to Alvarez: Is that speaker on weed? Lacking commonsense as if he is high on something

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Canadian Political Commentator, Amir Assadollahi, expressed his dissapointment to House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez after the latter asked for the resignation of PNP Chief Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa.
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The statement of Alvarez came after the abduction killing of South Korean Businessman inside the Camp Crame.

Dela Rosa should buckle down to work or better yet give the job to someone else who is dead serious in leading the PNP in its multi-pronged war against drugs, criminals and the scalawags within its ranks,” Alvarez said in a statement.

Assadollahi said if Alvarez is asking anyone to resign "because someone in their command structure or organization did something wrong, then I think all the senators should resign because they are the ones who are on top of chain of command or the organizational chart, and that mean the house speaker himself, too."

He explained that the country has a huge problem of criminality, drugs and corruption blaming the previous administration.

He also urged Alvarez to support the goverment instead of blaming Dela Rosa.

Read his full post below:

"The speaker must be joking, right?

"If you ask anyone to start resigning because someone in their command structure or organization did something wrong, then I think all the senators should resign because they are the ones who are on top of chain of command or the organizational chart, and that mean the house speaker himself, too. LOL

"Everyone in the world knows that the Philippine has a huge structural problems and there are criminality, drugs and corruption at all levels of government, judiciary, police, military and businesses. Thanks to incompetence of the previous government and the recent declassified CIA documents shows how bad that level incompetence was.

"The speaker rather than looking at rogue cops and blaming it on General Bato, maybe has to support the government in their push to speed up their cleanup efforts of all the cops who are involved in drugs, corruption and criminality and not hinder the job they are aiming to do by asking the ones who are doing the cleanup to resign from their post.

"Is that speaker on weed? Lacking commonsense as if he is high on something!

"Amir Assadollahi
A Canadian Political Scientist / Commentator"

Canadian Political Scientist to Alvarez: Is that speaker on weed? Lacking commonsense as if he is high on something Canadian Political Scientist to Alvarez: Is that speaker on weed? Lacking commonsense as if he is high on something Reviewed by Newsinfo Learn on January 22, 2017 Rating: 5

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