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Boy Saycon Leads LA LIGA to Condemn Callamard’s Drug War Intervention

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

A group of youth in Makati led by Bihomadu’s initiator, Pastor Boy Saycon holds a rally today. They condemn UN Rapporteur Agnes Callamard’s presence in an event in the country where she criticizes the drug war. This is an insult to Filipinos because she refuses to give in to the President’s invite because she does not want to follow his 3 conditions. These are guidelines to be fair with the government. She seems to believe Vice President Leni Robredo’s fake news on the drug war in a video sent to a UN side event. Bihomadu stands for Binay, Honasan, Marcos, and Du30 alliance.

Youtube video from; Elena Grace Flores
[VIDEO]: Led by Pastor Boy Saycon, the Filipino youth called LA LIGA gather at Makati. They condemn UN Rapporteur Agnes Callamard’s actions. It is apparent that her purpose in coming over is to destroy the country, Her amateurish and unproven theses on drugs and drug addiction mislead people.

Know the Truth

The youth criticize the International Human Rights bodies that repeatedly attack the president despite not making any effort to know the truth. They should visit the country without sneaking out – and submit to the guidelines of the leader for them to know the real score. They should know the culture and the present situation in the country currently with regards to drug abuses.

Latino Priest

Surprisingly, in the same event that Callamard attended, a Latino priest explains that its the duty of the community to help the president in the drug war. The family has an important role to play based on the people’s culture. The church and other sectors can also contribute to install and facilitate rehabilitation Centers. The police must also not be blamed for extra-judicial killings in marginalized areas because it’s already the poor people’s custom to kill for revenge or to save their face.


The people express their disgust when Callamard echoes the speech of Robredo who says that the drug problem is a lifestyle change. The VP wants to decriminalize it like in Portugal. t is obvious that she just mimics the opinions of her Western connections and does not have the heart to dig deeper into the real problem locally.

Supported by the People

Experts believe that the ICC complaint about Du3o’s drug war is already dead. No such human rights accusation can thrive against a leader who is supported by the majority of his people. Detractors, however, show that they can try to destabilize the government – and that’s when they provoke the president from resorting to martial law to discipline offenders of the law.

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