Netizen Reacts on Kris Aquino's Shirt "We Are Not Disposable"

A concerned netizen took to social media and criticized the once-popular actress and TV Host Kris Aquino, the youngest sibling of former Pres. Noynoy Aquino for wearing a controversial shirt that reads "We Are Not Disposable."

The concerned netizen was identified as Jaime Domingo reminded Kris Aquino that first it was ABS-CBN who snubbed her followed by Pres. Rody Duterte which means that she was already discarded not only by ABS-CBN but most importantly by Pres. Rody Duterte.

Domingo also reminded Kris Aquino how she called the people who accused her brother-in-law for his alleged involvement in the Road Right of Way scam as liars. The concerned netizen also reminded the family of Kris Aquino on their alleged human rights violations in the controversial Hacienda Luisita issue with peasant farmers.

Here's the Complete Statement of Jaime Domingo:

First of all ABS-CBN already discarded you. President Duterte had already done you an epic snab. Epic kasi pwede naman pasabi ni president Duterte na hindi sa kagad makakapunta in advance pero ito talagang si President Duterte pinaasa ka pa talaga in the last minute at mayroon pa talagang daang-daan na tao para makawitness ng "epic" snab na yon. And most of all yong 'epic snab' sa Davao City pa nangyari, sa "home town" pa nya. It's suppose to be Kris T.V. comeback and sad to say there is no comeback. So to say that you and your family is not disposable is an understatement in an opposite kind of way. :-) 

Anong sabi mo sinungaling yong na mga nag accuse na nagbendaw daw ng lupa yong bilas mo na hindi naman kanya sa gobyerno. Bayad sa lupang right of way na lupa na hindi naman kanya. Yong pirma sya mismo nagpeke at papapatay pa sana yong witness kaso yong security aide ang natamaan ng bala noong pinaambush. Talaga namang mamamatay tao kayo. 

At hindi nag sisinungaliong nag aakusa sa bilas mo na asawa ni Ballsy kasi Hacienda Luisita nalang ang pag basihan. Don palang labas na kong sino talaga kayo at kong gaano kayo kagahaman sa pera. Kong ipapamahagi nyo yong Hacienda Luisita (na hindi naman sa inyo in the first place) hindi magbabago uri ng pamumuhay nyo. Yong kakainin nyo yon pa rin ang kakainin nyo at yong tinitirahan nyong bahay yon pa rin ang titiran nyo. Pero sa mga magsasakang makikinabang nito ang laki ng igiginhawa ng buhay. Nag land reform nanay mo yong lupa ng iba na talagang pag-aari nila pinamigay ng nanay mo pero pag sinyo hindi. Noon pa kayo kurakot, noon pa kayo saksakan ng magulang at noon pa kayo mamamatay tao. Pati sarili mong ama diba pinsan ng nanay mo nagpapatay. Sa kinalaunan pinakinabangan nyo naman kasi naging presidente nanay mo at yong kapatid mong mongoloid. In the contrary like your father you and your family are very disposable. 

These were some of the plunders made by the Kamag-anak incorporated during the time of Cory:

‘Philippine Air Lines Stocks to Nephews’
Cory approved in January 1992 the sale of 67% of the stocks of the Philippine Air Lines (PAL) to an investment group headed by her relatives, composed of one of her Tanjuatco nephews and three of her Cojuangco nephews. The sale resulted in a loss of USD 300-million plus for the Filipino people. The Philippine government, through the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), owned the shares. And worse, her nephews did not even have the money to pay for the airline stocks. They borrowed the money that they used to pay the GSIS from three Philippine government-owned banks, even using the PAL stocks as collateral.

‘Philippine Air Lines Building Scandal’
“The PAL Scandal,” where Cory authorized in 1992 the sale of the PAL Building in San Francisco, California. It resulted, according to the column of the late journalist Louie Beltran, into a USD 6-million loss to the national airline. Cory did not charge Mr. Beltran with libel on this issue about the PAL Building. She, however, did file a libel case against Mr. Beltran and his publisher, Maximo V. Soliven on a separate issue, when Beltran wrote that Mrs. Aquino “hid under her bed during a coup d’etat attempt at the presidential palace in Manila.”

‘Bargain Sale of Companies to Lopa’
The assets of the Marcoses, the Romualdezes and their cronies were supposed to have been sequestered by the new Aquino administration, but Kokoy Romualdez’s (Ferdinand Marcos Sr.’s brother in law) 38 companies, which were worth billions of pesos, were not turned over to the Presidential Commission on Good Government. Cory instead during her first months in office, permitted the transfer of these 38 companies to her own brother-in-law, Ricardo “Baby” Lopa. What’s worst, was the fact that all 38 companies were bought back by Lopa during the transfer for the price of only USD 227,000.

‘Philippine Long Distance Company to Nephews’
The same case happened with the ownership of the Philippine Long Distance Company. Instead of sequestering the company for the Philippine government (as it was then controlled by the Marcos cronies), she returned the billion-dollar company to her Cojuangco nephews. She claimed that her nephews were illegally eased out by Mr. Marcos. The truth was that the Marcos cronies, whether their money were ill-gotten or not, paid the Cojuangcos the prevailing market-stock prices during the sale of equity that happened between them at the time when Marcos was still president.

‘Re-negotiation of Marcos’ Japanese Loans’
Cory approved the re-negotiation of the loans that Ferdinand Marcos Jr. obtained from Japan. The administration of Mrs. Aquino agreed that the loans would be paid in Japanese yen, rather than in U.S. currency that former Marcos negotiated. This simple change in currency resulted in a USD 5-billion increase in the loan principal.

‘Refusal to Give Hacienda Luisita to Farmers’
Cory publicly promised in 1986 that Hacienda Luisita will be distributed to the farmers. However, in 1987, she issued Presidential Proclamation 131 and Executive Order No. 229 just days before her legislative powers were going to revert back to Congress, to include a provision in the Land Reform program for a “Stock Distribution Option”, which allows landowners to comply with the Land Reform Law without actually giving land to the farmers. Hacienda Luisita of course took this new option, and thus was not redistributed to the farmers.

‘Double Cross of Doy Laurel’
Cory had promised to Doy Laurel that she would let him run the government as Prime Minister after Marcos was ousted, as Cory had no experience in politics. However, in March 1986 she issued Presidential Proclamation No. 3 declaring a revolutionary government, and dissolving the 1973 Constitution. This nullified Laurel’s position as Prime Minister as the Parliament was abolished. This prompted Laurel to break ties with the Aquino regime later.

‘Protecting Hacienda Luisita’s Interests’
Cory continued to protect Hacienda Luisita, even firing Miriam Defensor Santiago from her post at the Department of Agrarian Reform after she told the press her opinion that Cory should inhibit herself as chair of the Presidential Agrarian Reform Council (PARC), which was tasked to make the final decision on Hacienda Luisita’s application for the “Stock Distribution Option” (see section on ‘Refusal to Give Hacienda Luisita to Farmers’ above).

‘Garchitorena Land Scam’
In 1988, a foreclosed property of the United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB) was sold to Sharp International Marketing for P3.8 million. Before the sale was closed, Sharp tried to sell the same property to the government for P56 million. The sale was eventually approved by the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR), but only after the price was inflated further to P65 million. The financier of the scam was Romeo Santos, an associate of Cory’s brother, Peping Cojuangco. He was also Cory’s campaign manager in Bicol.

Source: Jaime Domingo FB Page

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