President Duterte to CPP-NPA: You cannot even occupy a barangay

President Rodrigo Duterte has had it with cheating radical rebels‎ by disparaging their ability to topple the Philippine government regardless of more than a large portion of a century of battling the military and police. 

On Saturday, after the deadline was given by President Duterte and the communist party failed to reciprocate to the ceasefire. He immediately lifts the declaration of unilateral ceasefire against CPP-NPA.

During in his speech in the wake of the CAFGU, Duterte asked:
“Ilang taon na? You cannot even occupy a barangay?”

“I was a student I was there. I was really a spectator of how it evolved (communist rebellion). So alam ko ngayon it’s fundamentally wrong for the Filipino to kill a citizen and for the rebels to wage a war that is wala (nothing),” Duterte added.

Duterte wants to revile for being deceived by the NPA. In which he  pronounced a truce in his first State of the Nation Address. 

“Even before I became President, magkakausap tayo. Ako ‘yung pumupunta dito. Kinukuha ko ‘yung mga bihag na sundalo. Mga pulis. So, but in return, you had my—access to the city of Davao. Walang gumagalaw sa inyo. Kung may mamatay nga sa inyo, ako pa ang nagpapagador‎,” Duterte said.

Duterte recorded the ways he has twist around in reverse just ‎to oblige the CPP-NPA beginning from his days as Davao City Mayor where he gave them access to his city to his initial few days in the Presidency where he delegated three leftist member in his Cabinet, there are Rafael Mariano, Judy Taguiwalo, and Liza Maza. 

‎”Ang reply ng komunista is parang defensive position. Hindi naman stand down. That is not a good response. Alam naman nila ang sitwasyon. Hindi na nila kailangan mag-aral pa. I was expecting that they would also reciprocate my imploring for peace with the ceasefire, on their side,” Duterte said.

Duterte said he had much better result with MILF who welcome unequivocally his peace offer.

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