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Did Uson have a hand in ‘Martial Law, Now!’ propaganda?

/ 12:12 AM June 09, 2017

Did newly appointed Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson have anything to do with that stupid, mindless propaganda aimed supposedly at “shoring up support for martial law to combat ‘extremism’” (“‘Martial Law, Now’ propaganda video taken down amid criticisms,”  News, 6/2/17)?

We cannot imagine Communications Secretary Martin Andanar being the progenitor of that irresponsible, disgusting juggernaut. Given his more decent background, he could not have descended so abruptly to that abysmal level of intellectual mediocrity. Of course, we could be wrong.

But in light, however, of Uson’s sleazy background, her outrageous, fanatic and out-of-this-world blogs and nonsensical utterances, there is little doubt in our mind that the video clip was just another product churned out by whatever goes on in that pea-brained head of hers.


Again, please, why are we wasting millions of tax money on the emoluments of the public office she holds, and the perks and privileges she is enjoying to the hilt, like travels here and abroad, all paid for by people’s money?


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