Life after Duterte | Inquirer Opinion

Life after Duterte

05:02 AM August 07, 2018

We can’t help wondering where presidential spokesperson Harry Roque and Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano will be when President Duterte is no longer in power, and when his “legacy” of capitulation to China starts sinking in and all our claims to any part of the West Philippine Sea get blown out of the water.

Will we see them hiding their heads in the sand in utter shame, or still flaunting their shamelessness? Will they and their families still go to Sunday church and pray to the very same God their boss had called “stupid”? These hypocrites make me sick!


JAN VINCENT MARTINEZ, [email protected]


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