Netizen Lectures Duterte Critics for Sharing Misleading Posts About Philippine Debt

Concerned netizen Aaron Vacalares became the newest sensation on social media and among the followers of Pres. Rody Duterte on social after he lectured the critics of the President for sharing controversial and misleasing posts about the Philippine Debt in the international community.



According to the concerned netizen who is an avid supporter of Pres. Rody Duterte on social media, the critics of the President should stop sharing intentionally misleading posts about the debt of the Philippines because it has been around since all the previous administration.



The alleged P9 Trillion debt of the national government is not for the month of June 2020 only, in fact it is not even P9 Trillion in 2020. It is unethical to present the figures like this because some Filipinoos are too dumb to believe in fake news.

When former Pres. Noynoy Aquino left his office in 2016, Pres. Rody Duterte already inherited a staggering P16.4 Trillion in debt. We should not believe also in the statement each Filipino owe P83,238 because we are no where near to pay such amount.

Vacalares also lectured the critics of the President that they should study the Debt to GDP ratio - this is the most important data to know. US has 1.7 QUADRILLION (next to Trillion mga besh) pesos debt. Other developed First world countries have higher debt ratios than the Philippines.



Read the Complete Statement of Aaron Vacalares:

Stop sharing intentionally misleading posts by Rappler wannabe outlets such as PressOne.PH

1. This debt has been around since all the previous administration. This is NOT P 9 Trillion just in June 2020.. in fact it is not even 9 Trillion in 2020. It is unethical to present the figures like this especially because ang raming di marunong mag basa and they don't even know how national debt and foreign loans work. A lot of you weren’t even born when the the country had debts. Yet here you are, very much woke. When PNoy left the office, the debt was already 6.4 TRILLION pesos ALREADY. So Dilawans, unless you want the DDS to use this argument against you, don't be bobo. Otherwise, feel free to fight fake news with fake news.

2. Each Filipino does NOT owe 83,238 pesos. You are no where near to pay such amount. It does not work that way. As if naman may pera kayong ganyan. Mahiya kayo sa mga nagbabayad ng millions per month in taxes. Otherwise, all our taxes are useless.

3. Please check Debt to GDP ratio - this is the most important data to know. US has 1.7 QUADRILLION (next to Trillion mga besh) pesos debt. Other developed First world countries have higher debt ratios than the Philippines. Does it mean impoverished and patay na sila? As long as the Debt to GDP is healthy, like the Philippines, these figures are good long term.

4. Our total debt-to-GDP on March 2020 was at its ***LOWEST*** since 1986. Umiyak man kayo ng dugo at tawagin niyo na lahat na DDS pero this is a fact that no one can deny. The Philippines is one of the HEALTHIEST in comparison to other South-east Asian countries.



5. You pay a fixed proportion based on your income. If you have less than 21,000/mo income, don't even talk about tax. This is very far from each Filipino paying ₱83,000. Whether there is debt or not, you will still pay a fixed percentage.

6. Debt is needed to increase our assets and further increase our GDP. The problem kasi when common people read the word “DEBT”, kinakabahan na sila. Kasi yun yung experience nila na parang mamamatay na sila sa utang.

Financially illiterate kasi. They think debt is inherently bad. The SY, Ayalas, and every business tycoon incur loans happily. Business people know how to manage debt and they treat debt as their friend. As long as this is to produce more income generating assets like what the Philippine government is already doing. Debt is only scary if you don't have the capability to pay. Palibhasa if mangutang ka para maka kat-kat and improve your social life, I don't blame you if you don't understand how the entire economy works.

Naku po, back to Twitter na kayo mga wokes, it's a different world out here sa Facebook.

Source: Aaron Vacalares FB

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