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Canadian Political Scientist slams De Lima “You mislead not only the people of the Philippines but also the world”



The controversy of the recent committee hearings has brought much fire to Senator Leila De Lima from all sides. Whether it be from local media and Filipino netizens, now she has new critics from the other side of the world.
In an open letter posted on Facebook, a self-proclaimed Canadian political scientist by the name Amir Assadolahi wrote this letter:


You should seek state protection and testify against those higher-ups in your network of criminal acts against the Philippine people. However, you may have already decided to choose the other way (to make yourself look like an innocent sacrifice) and think that by doing such act (a drama), you could weaken the Government (meaning the President), but I have to say that even doing
that would make the President and his government become more popular, because he has already made his mark in the world history. Just let the investigation take its course, and ask for the state witness protection while yourself being investigated to just be on the safe side of things!

You political career as well as business chances all are gone globally, and nothing can bring it back.

Many people in the world are following the progress in the Philippine now that your new elected President by popular vote has made and is continuously making the Philippine more secure, and though his approach is not "Western", there are many foreign investors and nations around the world already investing in the Philippine and its future much more than before, and you can see that trend on the increased value of the Philippine Peso already by seeing it steadily going up securely!

On a final note, the UN and any other foreign nations have no rights to interfere with the due process that is taking place within the internal domestic politics and international relations that Philippine is building with its neighboring countries to solve the regional and domestic drug and crime syndicates problems. They can observe, but have no rights to participate or say anything unless your people sign a petition for external investigation. All said, your President has the international power as a/the leader of a/the sovereign nation to give them a/the finger if he wants to (though it might not be tactful), but "his language is colorful" quoting US President's earlier comments about Mr. Duterte's way of speaking, so he will give them the finger. LOL

All you have to do is to be behind your President and Government 100% and protect him from domestic and foriegn enemies.

Your President is one of few historic and Charismatic Leaders that show their face every few centuries when crisis show their face and people need their leaderahip, and those who are comfortable with the "status quo" (existing political, social,economic affairs, etc) feel threatened by the people like your President. You are very lucky to have him as your President.

There are many powerful domestic and global figures/actors/players (political actors or players are political science terms) that are being threatened by your President's war on drugs, crime, lawlessness and poverty, and they have put the wheels in motion to get rid of him through covert operations, political, social and economic pressures. You President knows that, and if he did not survive the domestic and global ganging against him, you all must continue his work.
The post has gone viral on social media and the Filipino netizens took no toime to express their shame and disappointment to the senator[source]

22 comments:

  1. Thank you, Mr. Amir Assadolahi for your kind words and admiration to our President Rodrigo R. Duterte. Your message to Senator Laila De Lima must be known by the whole world.

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  2. De Lima is hijacking truth making it appear the sane Filipino people are bullying her. Crazy woman.

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  3. Thank you sir for your kind words. De Lima is a dilemma to the Filipino people. She just want popularity and a vested interest for herself. Morally she is not fit to be a good example as a public servant.

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  4. Very well said sir Amir Assadolahi, thanks ������

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  5. Thank you sir for understanding the sentiment of the majority of the Filipino people. We have long been waited for a real leader that could lead our country to recognition. Now that PDu30 is here, we will support him 100% all the way for the future of the next Filipino generation.

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  6. It's all true sir...Thanks for believing our new President & for the support you've given to him...Godbless sir .

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  7. It's all true sir...Thanks for believing our new President & for the support you've given to him...Godbless sir .

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  9. While I lost confidence for De Lima in the Senate, I doubt the legitimacy of this trending "Open Letter" to De Lima from a Canadian Political Scientist. I read through it and it does not appear to have been written by a legit Canadian. The choices of words used, the sentence construction and organization of thoughts employed were sooooo "Pinoy". This not how Canadians write discourses. This is not how they present their views in writing. Trust me when I say this because I'm taking Business Communication and we're being taught how to communicate the "Canadian" way. This letter does not have the "Canadian" factor. It's written by a Filipino.

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    1. I totally agree with you,Tina. This was written by a Filipino. Having been in Canada for 3 decades, I am very familiar of the choice of words we use here. Happy Thanksgiving in advance.

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    2. Just an example: colourful instead of colorful.

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    3. Just an example: colourful instead of colorful.

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    4. I totally agree with you,Tina. This was written by a Filipino. Having been in Canada for 3 decades, I am very familiar of the choice of words we use here. Happy Thanksgiving in advance.

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    5. whether canadian or a filipino. That is all true.

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  10. Hahaha. You nailed it. The way it was written, I can imagine a carabao.

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  11. Well said but no matter what it was his sentiment and opinion... what is yous/

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  12. the message strikes a chord regardless!!

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  13. An awakening statement. Thank you so much, Sir. I guess with this, people all over the Philippines must rally behind our president. He is moving mountains to solve many problems. Let us all join hands and make the Philippines a better place to live in, and finally, we Filipinos forget to appreciate the beauty of the gesture that the president is doing right now. It will be too darn late after his term, we appreciated, recognized his efforts and objectives i.e., for the betterment of the Philippines, gone naught. So sad.

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  14. Thank You very very much Sir Amir Assadolahi!

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