Netizen retorts Times: No one paid us to vote for Duterte as Person of the Year
Time Magazine published an article written by Mahita Gajanan which claimed that President Rodrigo Duterte "reportedly paid people to push him to popularity online" after Duterte ranked first in Time's online poll for Person of the Year.
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"Why is it that whenever something goes against the pathetic biases that you pieces of manure hold, you always insist that people are paid to push an agenda online?" co-founder of CoRRECT Movement Orion Perez argued in his post on Facebook.
Perez pointed out that Duterte, nor any of his cohorts, paid the Filipinos to vote for him in the poll.
"A huge number of ordinary Filipinos just simply rushed online to make it known that we overwhelmingly support him," Perez said.
Perez argued that just because Duterte did not match the idea of what Times envisioned the Person of the Year to be, it was wrong for them to assert "in knee-jerk fashion" that the results of the poll were fake and that Duterte had paid it to happen.
"Heck, the guy (Duterte) doesn't give a rat's ass about accolades, and the guy's so stingy he wouldn't even pay a cent to have us write good stuff about him: we would gladly do that for free!" Perez countered.
In his post, Perez said that what compelled Filipinos to boost Duterte in the polls was because he managed to cut across classes, groups, and factions and unite them to support a "no-nonsense leadership, fighting against crime, and fixing the flaws of our dysfunctional system".
Other Asians and citizens of third world countries agree that the problems that have long plagued the country are finally being solved by the "only way" possible, which is a "strong political will".
in His alst statement, Perez demanded that Times owes the Filipinos an apology for the article they published that debased Duterte.
In his full post on Facebook, Perez said,
"MAHITA GAJANAN of Time Magazine:
How dare you idiotically insist that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has "reportedly paid people to push him to popularity online."
Why is it that whenever something goes against the pathetic biases that you pieces of manure hold, you always insist that people are paid to push an agenda online? Well guess what? No one paid us to vote for Rodrigo Roa Duterte on the Time "person of the year" poll.
A huge number of ordinary Filipinos just simply rushed online to make it known that we overwhelmingly support him. Why can't you idiotic turds get that???? Is it so hard for you pieces of shit to acknowledge that Duterte has our support??????
Just because he does not match your idea of what you want the Time Magazine "person of the year" to look and sound like, you automatically assume in knee-jerk fashion that the online results are not only fake, but pushed by Duterte himself. Heck, the guy doesn't give a rat's ass about accolades, and the guy's so stingy he wouldn't even pay a cent to have us write good stuff about him: we would gladly do that for free!
Duterte's early surge in the online polls is purely us ordinary Filipino netizens spontaneously trying to tell the whole world that the drivel that you malicious fiends keep spewing out aimed at making him and our country look bad does not match the reality. You idiots want to make it seem like he's a tyrant who doesn't really have much support. What you don't know is that after the elections last year, he won over a huge number of people who didn't vote for him (some of the pro-Duterte online activists I collaborate with campaigned and voted for OTHER CANDIDATES but within a few months of his reform-oriented administration, they got converted by the sudden improvement in many government services to become his staunch supporters).
Where do you get the gall to insert jabs aimed at mocking those of us who voted for him online? Why can't you just accept that the vast majority of Filipinos support him?
Can't you people acknowledge that finally, the Philippines has someone who has united the many different groups, social classes, factions, etc all around the need for no-nonsense leadership, fighting against crime, and fixing the flaws of our dysfunctional system?
Don't you people even realize that many of the people voting for Duterte include a lot of non-Filipinos who agree with us that he's exactly what the Philippines needs to get things straightened out? That includes a lot of fellow Asians and citizens of fellow third world countries around the world as well as Western expats based in the Philippines who know fully well what's wrong with the lousy system and so they're breathing a sigh of relief that finally, here's someone who is out to get things fixed in the only way possible in a country like the Philippines: with strong political will.
Haven't you seen the videos of Duterte's campaign rallies? Didn't you see the gigantic crowds? How about the crowds of overseas Filipinos who come over to his overseas addresses to the overseas Filipino Communities? Haven't you seen how Duterte enjoyed tremendous support in Indonesia AMONG INDONESIANS? How about the support for him in the rest of Asia?
Why do you turds refuse to acknowledge what is so obvious?
Why do you idiots insist on downplaying the only means we ordinary Filipinos have to prove to you "gatekeepers of mainstream media" that Duterte really does have our genuine support?
Take a good look at yourselves and you'll find that you people have ceased to do the work you swore you would do and have instead insisted on sticking with a misguided elitist anti-reform agenda.
MAHITA GAJANAN, you owe the Filipino People who voted for Rodrigo Duterte on the Time online poll an apology."
Netizen retorts Times: No one paid us to vote for Duterte as Person of the Year Reviewed by Newsinfo Learn on April 03, 2017 Rating: