MGA PILIPINHON ANG MAS LABING NASAYOD SA PANGHITABO SA PINAS, DILI ANG PAMANTALAANG "NEW YORK TIMES"
Beyond the shadow of doubt, Digong is a man of honor and courage. He gives his opponents time to realize the day of reckoning if they persist on their self serving cause.
Maute and Abu Sayyaf groups were given the golden opportunity to lay down their arms and embrace peace with the government. Sadly, they let the barrel of their guns speak.
When shootings have reached fever pitch, mainstream media, the New York Times, suddenly appeared with a twisted tale saying, "Digong's braggadocio did it."
When things go wrong, we resort to getting into the bottom of things to know why it happened. The situation portrayed by the New York Times is totally far out. It did not get into the truth behind the smokescreen. It simply impressed its unbridled bias on matters affecting the affairs of Filipinos who have their own identity and aspirations to protect.
Better luck next time.