Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV said that vice presidential aspirant Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s mandatory military service proposal shows her “lack of understanding” about security matters. READ:
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Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV (Czar Dancel / MANILA BULLETIN)The former senator, who is seeking to be reelected as part of Vice President Leni Robredo’s ticket, said that he will oppose the proposal if he gets another term in the Senate.Trillanes likened Duterte-Carpio’s proposal to that of her father, President Duterte. Trillanes is a staunch critic of the President.
“Sara Duterte’s mandatory military service proposal is wrong on so many levels. It shows her lack of understanding on national security matters. Like her father, everything is about power tripping,” Trillanes, a former Navy officer, said in a Facebook post.Read more: Manila Bulletin News »
Hahaha at tumahol ang asong ulol!? Kaya pala puro palpak ang coup d'etat mo at nawala ang Scarborough sa Pinas?! Bumalik ka na sa inidoro mo!! Hahaha Sonny empty mind sawsaw tililing 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣 Pinagpapapansin nyo pa si trililing, wala namang alam yan, kundi magtantrums. Tignan nyo nga ginawa nyan nung nagwala, nagsama pa ng mga tropa nyang ewan kung nag iisip.
Oo ikaw lang at nalang ang magaling etong sara duterte ngsosolong ng rotc at ano pra ibala s kanyon un mga anak ng ibng tao pero sarili nyng anak halos ibalot s kulambo wg lng kagatin ng lamok walanghiya din nmn n babae eto Sus mga yawa kayu Bbm at Sarah buong MINDANAO mag sama sama kayung mga dilawan at mga ulol yawa kayuu
Wgaf to what this person is saying? He’s done, he will never win in higher position, again. He should be thrown to the SCS for Philippines sake.😡 Diba ikaw yung nagpabalik balik sa china at nagbackdoor meeting bago sakupin ng China ang buong scs? Its funny to hear that mula sa isang sundalong kanin.. Says the man without credibility and loyalty to the country. LUL! 😂😂😂
Karapatan: Sara’s plan to bring back military conscription a possible rights violationA rights group condemned Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s proposal to make military service for people aged 18 and above mandatory, saying that it might be a violation of basic civil and political rights. | GabrielLaluINQ GabrielLaluINQ Ano violation?mtgal ng gngwa s israel at south korean... GabrielLaluINQ and the recruitment of those below 18yo to be in the armed rebellion groups, how was your condemnation there? how about those children forced into labor? That would be voted on by the representatives later (they represent the people). So go to them and lobby. GabrielLaluINQ hoy inday kung alam mo lang sinusuka at sinusumpa na erpats mo kaya wag ka mag ilusyon dyan na mananalo ka
🐶 Spreading chaos,division and conflict ang utak ni sara palibhasa she grew up in a distorted family values 🙄 punong puno ng yabang at angas ang pagka tao. Bow 🙇♀️Sa totoo lang🧟♀️just saying🔨🔨 Naku Sara , di lahat ng youth ay gaya mo at ng tatay mo.Gusto mo kc diktahan Ang mga tao at kayo Ang mag hahari.Tabogo nmn yung mga naniniwala sa iyo.
Bakit di niyo tupokin yung mga nangungurakot sa National Government at LGU, yun yung mga nagsasayang ng pera, hindi po yung mga events sa bawat brgy kasi kung tutuosin, PISO nalang kumpara sa mga winawaldas sa walang kwentang infrastructures. asus! Saba diha!🦮 Nagiging Galit na aso nanaman yan. Robredog na tunay.
KUMAHOL NA NAMAN ANG ASO...AS IF TAMA ANG MGA ADVICES NIYA KAY LOMI....KAYA NGA LUMALABAS YUNG KABOBOHAN NG nANAY NG BAYAN E😝😝😝😝😝😝😝 pang munisipyo lang si inday gaya ng tatay nya It’s a national security issue when you have undisciplined soldiers taking hostage a defenceless hotel and attack its pantry. 🤷🏻♂️
Back door nego is the real national security issue...
Atienza joins VP debate on mandatory military service, reject Sara's proposalHouse Deputy Speaker and BUHAY Party list Rep. Lito Atienza described as a “step in the wrong direction” the proposal of vice presidential rival Sara Duterte for mandatory military service for Filipinos upon reaching 18 years old. wala lang basta maka oppose lng
Sara Duterte’s military training plan gets support from youth commissionerCommissioner Christine Joy Cari of the National Youth Commission expressed her support for the proposal of vice presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte to make military training mandatory among young Filipinos. READ: This is so stupid. Leni has plans for to create jobs and industrialize let's go with that. War of now/future will be fought on the internet and by unmanned drones. We need credible deterrence, ships & planes for patrols. Nobody is going to be scared of pretend soldiers marching. Eh di bueno, dahil gusto mo naman pala. Before this will take effect, IF EVER... Then, why don't you and your entire young clan be the guinea pigs for this mandatory military training. Tutal naman, kayong mga naka-puwesto aangal lamang kapag naapektuhan na kayo. 🤡
Sara to push for mandatory military service if elected VPVice presidential candidate Sara Duterte-Carpio will push for mandatory service in the military for those 18 years old should she win in the upcoming elections. READ: An important consideration NOT TO VOTE for DaughterTE. PH is not a military state and not a country at war. Mandatory military service is not in the best interest of the Filipinos. pumasok ang mga bata ng 6 na taon s elementary, tpos may 6 na taon ulit s high school, kung may Mandatory Military Service pa, ano na naging takbo ng mga magulang, napako na sa pag asang makakatapos ang mga anak nila, dadami na naman ang mga tambay So after going through senior high school, Sara wants the youth to stop their academic studies and serve in the military for two years. After that, what? Does she expect that those youths would be able to continue their academic studies without issues after those two years?
Ilang kandidato, tutol sa mungkahing mandatory military service ni Inday SaraIsusulong ni Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte ang mandatory military service sa kabataan kapag nanalo siyang bise presidente sa 2022 elections. Pero ang mga kapwa niyang kandidato, tinutulan ito. BilangPilipino2022 I hope she doesn't win. I don't want to get through the same situation like we are in right now with his father's administration. kong ano makabuti sa bayan, go!
PH 51st on list of world’s most powerful militariesMANILA, Philippines—The Philippines, with an estimated 48 million available military manpower and at least 280,000 total military personnel, ranked 51st among 140 countries in terms of military Big joke of 2022..early April fool.. Hearsay!
Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV said that vice presidential aspirant Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s mandatory military service proposal shows her “lack of understanding” about security matters. Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV (Czar Dancel / MANILA BULLETIN) The former senator, who is seeking to be reelected as part of Vice President Leni Robredo’s ticket, said that he will oppose the proposal if he gets another term in the Senate. Trillanes likened Duterte-Carpio’s proposal to that of her father, President Duterte. Trillanes is a staunch critic of the President. “Sara Duterte’s mandatory military service proposal is wrong on so many levels. It shows her lack of understanding on national security matters. Like her father, everything is about power tripping,” Trillanes, a former Navy officer, said in a Facebook post. “Kung papalarin ako manalo sa Senado, hindi ko palulusutin yan (If I am given the chance to win in the Senate, I will not let that pass),” he added. Duterte-Carpio earlier said she will propose to make military service mandatory for all Filipinos aged 18 and above. The proposal will be similar to countries like South Korea and Israel. READ: Sara to push for mandatory military service if elected VP The proposal was already being criticized by different sectors. Fellow vice presidential aspirant Buhay Party-list Rep. Lito Atienza said this was a step in the wrong direction while rights group Karapatan said the legislation, if passed, will be a violation of basic civil and political rights. Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana also said there are hurdles in implementing these measures since the Philippines is “not on war footing.” Republic Act No. 9163 or the National Service Training Program Act of 2001 made military training optional, and it is no longer required for college students.