Sass Sasot Burns Critics for Criticizing the ICC Rally

Popular social media personality and DDS Blogger Sass Rogando Sasot burned down all the critics of the Duterte admin who questioned the government's actions against a foreign personality who was deported upon arrival in the Philippines due to his alleged participations in prohibited political activities in the country.


Sass Rogando Sassot explained the difference between the rally conducted by some Filipino residents in Europe who staged a rally in front of the International Criminal Court (ICC), compared to the foreigners participating in partisan political activities in the Philippines.



Some members of the political opposition questioned the activities of Sass Sasot in The Netherlands and accused the Duterte admin of over-reacting on the issue of a certain foreigner who was barred from entering the country.

Sasot burned down her critics by explaining the the ICC is not part of the Dutch government, nor under the sovereign control of the Netherlands. Protesting against an international institution is not interfering in the internal affairs of the  Netherlands, because they were given the permit to hold that protest. If it's considered interference in the local affairs, the police would have not given them permits.

Here's the Complete Explanation of Sass Rogando Sasot:

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUR RALLY HERE AT THE ICC AND THE FOREIGNERS PARTICIPATING IN PARTISAN POLITICAL ACTIVITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES

Reader: Tinatanong ng iba, bakit daw kayong mga nagrally sa ICC Ms. For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot ay hindi hinuli? OA lang daw ang gobyerno ngayon!

Me:

Una, the ICC is not part of the Dutch government, nor under the sovereign control of the Netherlands. Protesting against an international institution is not interfering in the internal affairs of the Netherlands. We were given the permit to hold that protest. If it's considered interference in the local affairs of the Netherlands, the police would have not given us a permit.

Ikalawa, MOST IMPORTANTLY, I'm a resident of the Netherlands. Residents have political rights here in the EU. Our political rights as foreign RESIDENTS, at the LOCAL LEVEL (i.e. city level), are guaranteed under the 1992 Council of Europe Convention on the Participation of Foreigners in Public Life at Local Level. See: https://rm.coe.int/168007bd26. No such Convention, treaty, or local law guarantees the POLITICAL PARTICIPATION of foreigners in our country.

In fact, as a foreign RESIDENT of The Hague, I am allowed to vote in the LOCAL ELECTIONS, i.e. city elections, here. But I cannot vote in national elections.

The foreigners being deported or being barred from entering our country for their political activities in the Philippines are NOT RESIDENTS of our country. What gave them political rights in our country? NOTHING.

Source: Sass Rogando Sasot FB Page

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