Netizen Reminds Rappler Sympathizers Where They Were Prior to Duterte Admin

A concerned netizen and popular blogger MJ Quiambao Reyes shared her previous post wherein she reminded to concerned journalists and media of how many of their colleagues got killed and how the Philippine was considered as one of the 10 deadliest countries in the world for journalist during the Aquino Admin way back 2015.


According to MJ Reyes she will not asked Rappler from protesting against those they perceived to be the enemies of free speech because it is their right, but she questioned where were they when the journalists and activists were being killed prior to Duterte admin.

MJ Reyes shared an article posted by CNN Philippines last May 5, 2015 that says "Philippines: Why it's deadly for journalists" and the article from PCIJ about the Maguindanao Massacre which involves 23 journalists being killed in 40 months of PNoy.

Read the Original Post of MJ Reyes:

To the Concerned Journalists/M.Media:

Please be reminded how many of your colleagues got killed and how the Philippines was considered as 1 of the 10 deadliest countries in the world for journalists--BUT NO, NOT DURING THIS ADMIN. BUT WAY BACK 2015.

NOW: Despite the left & right attack of many of you against our current government, despite painting our President as a heartless tyrant or even worse, a mass murderer--hayan at buhay na buhay na buhay pa naman kayo at may kumikitang kabuhayan pa nga!

Must I also remind you how the 'tyrant' PRRD you so love to demonize even promptly released Administrative Order #1 which aims to protect the journalists/media from harm?

I can only hope these screenshots below (take note of the date of publication!) can bring some of you back to your senses and get you off your selective amnesia.

Source: MJ Reyes FB Page

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