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Junkterrorbill, Netizens Reaction

‘Dissent is duty, not crime’: Filipinos slam anti-terrorism bill

#JunkTerrorBill tops Twitter trends as Filipinos online criticize the dangerous provisions of the anti-terror bill

5/29/2020 4:32:00 PM

JunkTerrorBill tops Twitter trends as Filipinos online criticize the dangerous provisions of the anti-terror bill. What are your thoughts on this?

#JunkTerrorBill tops Twitter trends as Filipinos online criticize the dangerous provisions of the anti-terror bill

Updated 9:05 PM, May 29, 2020MANILA, Philippines – Filipinos online were quick to condemn on Friday, May 29, the new version of the anti-terror bill.The backlash came after the House of Representatives committee on public order and safety approved the substitute version of the Human Security Act. This would further strengthen law enforcement’s campaign against terrorism.

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#JunkTerrorBill topped Twitter trends for the Philippines, associated with keywords #OustDuterte and “ACTIVISM IS NOT TERRORISM.”Screenshot from Twitter Read more: Rappler »

Terror bill is dangerous and prone to abuse. JUNKTERRORBILLNOW Anti-terrorism bill is UNCONSTITUTIONAL! JunkTerrorBill This is just a way to silence the regular people. This is unconstitutional JunkTerrorBill Construction yes, bill no Sana i-junk na din yung 1 terrorist 😂👊💩 JunkTerrorBill Hoi Rappler wag kayung masyadong romanticize, Filipinos slammed🤣🤣..WTF, parang kayo lang at mga kakarampot Na dilawangtae Lang, tapos maka headlines Kala MO boung PINAS, Your nothing but clown journalists..

Scammer Alert Gush, kung ano anong bill pinapasa nila. Samantalang walang aksyon sa totoong problema ng bansa. They are a representative of the people instead they are representing thier personal motive kahit sa panahon ng pandemya. I find the title misleading. How did Twitter represent 'Filipinos' in general. Maybe say something like 'SOME Filipinos slam...'

chanlestrange seanc___ My thoughts? Good. Finally, we can throw Communists in blacksite prisons where they belong. Taking from China's playbook.

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PARTLY FALSE: Gabby Lopez is an American citizenLopez is a dual citizen – he is Filipino because he was born to Filipino parents, and is also an American because he was born in the US after all, Ressa knows that well. Partly False? Meron b nun. Its either True or False. This is totally false in the context of the issue. To say it’s partly false is confusing.

Meralco to consumers: Before paying, wait for new bill this MayMANILA, Philippines — The country’s biggest power retailer, Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) told consumers on Wednesday not to settle their bills yet but wait for the upcoming bill that would be khallareINQ Basta wag nyo lang kami putulan pag idahilan nyo overdue na khallareINQ Because that upcoming bill will be much bigger. khallareINQ Nagbayad na ako e..pano un?

House OKs anti-coronavirus discrimination bill on 2nd readingBago pa nila naisip nagawa n ng City of Baguio yan....so slow....no doubg why franchise now is not yet granted...sabagay sabi nga ni Congressman.... before mahaba pa ang Oras...now taste your own word...sa.dami ng naiinis sayo...how i wish people voted you agin next election..

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