Canadian Political Scientist Slams Sen. Drilon Saying "Is He the Father of the Pork Barrel?"

International political analyst and Canadian citizen Amir Assadolahi slammed Sen. Franklin Drilon after he worried about the selection of the third telco in the Philippines. The Canadian political analyst asked "Isn't he the Father of the Pork Barrel Scandal?"



The Canadian political analyst who is a staunch supporter of Pres. Rody Duterte, is on the offensive against prominent members of the Liberal Party, namely Sen. Franklin Drilon, Kiko Pangilinan, Antonio Trillanes, Leila de Lima and Risa Hontiveros.



The LP senators disagreed with the decision of the Duterte  administration for partnering with a China Telecom in several Filipino projecs.

Sen. Drilon openly disagreed with the President as he stated "We don't want a China Telecom joint venture to the NBN-ZTE Part 2 and North Rail project in our midst. If not exposed it will rob the people billions of pesos." Drilon said.

The statement of Sen. Drilon caught the attention of the Canadian political analyst as he accuses the senator of "liking" duopoly and low quality service that the current telecommunication companies in the country offer.

According to Assadolahi, if the Chinese companies do enter the Philippine market, then there will be more competition in the country, and this will greatly improve the quality of internet service in the Philippines.

The Canadian political analyst was quoted as saying "Market competition means opening the market to the best possible competition who can provide what others can't and improve the quality of services and products," Assadolahi said.



Assadolahi also exposed Drilon by asking a very important question about the senator as the former DOJ Secretary was accused by some individual as the alleged father of pork barrel scandals in the Philippines.

Here's the Complete Post of Amir Assadolahi:

Isn’t that guy the father of the pork barrel scandals?  I guess it takes one to know one or it is because he likes duopoly to fix prices and have low quality service while having telecom companies controlling things for the benefit of their own friends? Market competition means opening the market to the best possible competition who can provide what others can’t and improve the quality of services and products. That guy wants the Philippines stay bellow the global standards. If you want the Philippines become globally competitive, you better stop playing those games.

I don’t even feel a need to call him by his useless tittle or name. How idiot one should be to keep wanting to stop the Philippines from becoming globally competitive. Aren’t they tiered of their stupid rhetorics? I haven’t seen ot heard them do or say anything progressive and useful. Corrupt to the bone is what they are, and their brain is all empty while their belly is filled with fat as they ride on the back of the Filipinos and feed from their blood and sweat.

Amir Assadollahi
A Canadian Political Scientist/Commentator

Source: Amir Assadolahi FB Page

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