Netizen Reveals How the International Media Became Weapons of Mass Hysteria


A concerned netizen and avid Duterte supporter Bryang Ng Co reveals how the international news media became weapons of mass hysteria. He reminded everybody the mistakes made by former Pres. George W. Bush when he ordered the invasion of Iraq for suspicion of having weapons of mass destruction but no weapons were found.


The concerned netizen started his statements by quoting George W. Bush "The main reason we went into Iraq at that time was WE THOUGHT he had weapons of mass destruction."

Bryan Ng Co emphasized the statement of former Pres. Bush that "We Thought" that in exchange for that powerful statement, the mighty and lone world superpower, the United States of America together with Great Britain, and France led around 38 nations to execute Saddam Hussein and caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, precipitated the Iraqi Civil War, and created the condition for the emergence of ISIS.

The present situations in the Philippines the alleged half-blind international press are stoking the flames of conflict between and among Filipinos today. Bryan Ng Co suggests that we would no solicit the opinions and half-baked analyses of foreign observers when they aren't even stakeholdersin our political problem.

Here's the Complete Statement of Bryan Ng Co:

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA: WEAPONS OF MASS HYSTERIA
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"The main reason we went into Iraq at that time was WE THOUGHT he had weapons of mass destruction. It turns out he didn't but he had the capacity to make weapons of mass destruction."
---- George Walker Bush, 43rd PRESIDENT (2001 - 2009), United States of America
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In exchange for those two words - "WE THOUGHT" - the mighty and lone world superpower, the United States of America together with Great Britain, France led around 38 other nations to execute Saddam Hussein, directly caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, reduced the whole of Baghdad into a pile of rubbles and rotting corpses, precipitated the Iraqi civil war, created the condition for the emergence of Isis and exacerbated an already volatile region into a powderkeg.

Now, people of every political persuasion, ponder on the role of the half-blind international press that are stoking the flames of conflict between and among Filipinos today. Do they know more about the Philippines than the Filipinos?

Why do we solicit the opinions and half-baked analyses of foreign observers when they aren't even stakeholders in this political problem? 

If and when the dust of this political war settles, these international media outfits can just as easily offer a half-meant apology and say, "We thought Duterte was going to be a dictator as your VP had said. So, we helped you remove him. It turns out that he wasn't but he certainly had all the capacity to be a dictator."

And we, the Filipinos, will be left to pick up the pieces of a broken republic.

Source: Bryan Ng Co


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