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It seems like the mission & vision of Inquirer is to bring Duterte down. ~Share

Instead of helping the country grow, it appears that Inquirer's mission is to destroy the country.

During a press conference at Malacañang that had Swedish Ambassador-designate Harald Fries as a resource person, Philippine Daily Inquirer Leila B. Salaverria couldn't stop herself from throwing a question that I consider a bait intended to make the Ambassador say some bad about the President Duterte.

This is not the first time it happened, in a previous press conference in Malacañang which had Secretary of Justice Atty. Vit Aguirre as the resource person, Leila also threw an accusatory question by saying that the Php1 million reward for Ronnie Dayan was an overkill because his case was just "contempt of congress".



If I saw this woman in person, I would like to tell her that "she is an idiot" for saying that a Php1 million reward is an overkill for two reasons.

First, it is none of her business how much money private individuals will peg as a reward and secondly, the value of a reward is only good if it can bring in the wanted person.

16 comments:

  1. So good to see Sweden have ambassy in PH now. Hope the Philippines take good care of that relationship. Important for us all that we dont have to go to Bangkok for visa to Sweden. Now we can get it here in Manila.

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  2. Good thing the Swedish ambassador is well-informed about our country. Thank you very much, sir.

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  3. thank you Swedish businessman for the trust

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  4. Kapal talaga ng mukha ng babaeng ito!!!

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  5. Pakawala ni John Nery yang babaeng yan pati na rin yung si Marlon Ramos mga idiot Presstitutes.

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  6. INSTEAD OF HELPING THE COUNTRY GROW, IT APPEARS THAT THE PHILIPPINE DAILY INQUIRER’S MAIN GOAL IS TO ANTAGONIZE….CRITICIZE… DESTROY THE PRO-POOR PROGRAMS OF DUTERTE AND UNSEAT PRESIDENT DUTERTE FROM POWER….AT THE BEHEST OF AQUINO AND THE POWERFUL BUSINESS SECTOR.

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  7. Iyang reporter na yan ay bayaran nagpapagamit yang inquerer noon pa yan panahon pa ng marcos sila na naninira wala pang social media noon kaya malaya nilang magawa ang gusto nilang manira ng govyerno kaya pag balita nila wag paniwalaan hindi sila fair gaya ng abs cbn

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    1. INQUIRER and ABS-CBN are of the same feather that flocks together😊

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    2. You are so right! They are bound to lose their readership due to bias reporting.

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  8. Iyang reporter na yan ay bayaran nagpapagamit yang inquerer noon pa yan panahon pa ng marcos sila na naninira wala pang social media noon kaya malaya nilang magawa ang gusto nilang manira ng govyerno kaya pag balita nila wag paniwalaan hindi sila fair gaya ng abs cbn

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  9. Wag na kaya isama sa invites ang inquirer people?

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  10. Lami kaayo sya duklon. Anhi diri davao dai tapus asta ug ana. Educated man guro ni sya pero ambot asa nya gibutang ang iyang kaalam. Sana may kunti or kunting importansya sa mga nagawa ng present administration. At please not just your career but please have the heart. Nasabi lang po dahil mukang nawala na sa inyo yon. Pero di kaayo naawa sa sarili nyo sa pagtanong ng ganon? Kita nyo gaano kaganda ang tingin nya sa Pinas?

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  11. That's how a demented mind from the INQUIRER work! Their reporter was deeply frustrated and embarrassed for failing to hear what she expected to hear by baiting a well-informed foreigner who only had nice and beautiful things to say for our country.

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  12. Instead of encouraging others to do business in the Philippines, this lady reporter gives a hint not to by planting seeds of doubt. You are not helping our country flourish.

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