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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Dinky Soliman condemned the Philippines now as she did four years ago



Grieving netizen Krizette Laureta Chu reminds us on the events four years ago, the mayhem of Typhoon Yolanda that devastated the province of Leyte and its neighboring provinces, as well as the havoc of the biggest and most heartless thieves of the country.




On her recent Facebook post, she stated that the former secretary of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Dinky Soliman condemned the current administration of President Rodrigo Duterte by neglecting her duties during the disaster four years ago, thus making this current administration carry all the responsibilities that Soliman left out.



As if they didn't ALL lie to us, condemning this administration as if it weren't them who neglected us and abandoned us. As if they weren't responsible for the hell we had to go through for years. As if they didn't make everything hard for those who survived,” said Chu.


Krizette Chu and Dinky Soliman


Based on Chu’s post, Soliman has just been attending parties and mocking the administration’s key people like Bato and Lorainne Badoy, instead of helping the people of Leyte rebuild, she acts as if she were “the paragon of exemplary service”.



She infers that Soliman acts as if her “great service” did a lot for the  people, as if this former secretary treated us better than Duterte, who back then was a small town mayor but still found a way to help Leyte.



Read the full Facebook post of Chu below:



Four years tomorrow and the biggest, most heartless thieves of this country are still walking free AND wreaking havoc.



While people are still rebuilding, Dinky Soliman attends parties and mocks the administration's key people like Loraine Badoy and Bato, as if she were the paragon of exemplary service, as if she didn't commit the most grievous disservice to the Filipino.



As if they didn't ALL lie to us, condemning this administration as if it weren't them who neglected us and abandoned us. As if they weren't responsible for the hell we had to go through for years. As if they didn't make everything hard for those who survived.



Condemning, as if they loved us and treated us better than today's President, a small town mayor who found a way to reach Leyte, does.



And the numbers, always have been lies. Just 6,000 dead, my ass. The biggest lie along with 13,000 EJKs.



#NEVERFORGET

#YOLANDA
#NEVERAGAIN




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