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Monday, April 03, 2017

Is It True That Leni Robredo's UN Video Puts OFWs At Risk?

More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces. Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."  “Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City. Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector. In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data. The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.” The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.  “If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said. Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union. This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.


A version of the recorded video shown at a UN Conference. The uploader has captioned the video full of sentiments. Notice the Vice President's Seal of Office was blocked out by a yellow circle, a color associated with the VP's Liberal Party.

More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces.
More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces. Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."  “Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City. Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector. In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data. The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.” The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.  “If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said. Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union. This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.

Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."
More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces. Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."  “Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City. Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector. In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data. The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.” The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.  “If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said. Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union. This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.
“Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City.


Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector.
More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces. Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."  “Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City. Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector. In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data. The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.” The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.  “If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said. Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union. This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.
Prof. Antonio Contreras shares experiences of OFWs around the world, as affected by the VP's contoversial UN Speech on extra-judicial killing.

In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs.
More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces. Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."  “Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City. Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector. In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data. The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.” The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.  “If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said. Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union. This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.

Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data.
More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces. Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."  “Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City. Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector. In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data. The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.” The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.  “If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said. Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union. This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.
The Impeach VP Leni Team of Lawyers and Volunteers


The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.”
More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces. Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."  “Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City. Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector. In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data. The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.” The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.  “If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said. Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union. This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.

The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.

“If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said.
More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces. Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."  “Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City. Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector. In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data. The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.” The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.  “If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said. Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union. This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.

Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union.
More than 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) voiced grave concern for their own safety after Vice President Leni Robredo delivered a controversial recorded speech before a UN conference, painting a ghastly but misperceived image of the Philippines. The Filipino workers complained that the speech led their employers to question and harass them in their workplaces. Government officials said OFWs in Italy, Canada and UK reported being questioned and ostracized by employers and colleagues “because of Robredo’s malicious video message."  “Many OFWs complained the past few days because they are harassed by their employers... they could not work properly because they are being confronted on the killings here,” the official said in a dzRJ forum in Makati City. Most of the complaining OFWs, he added, are working in the health sector. In the video message, Robredo claimed Filipinos have become “hopeless and helpless” against the killings, among other opinions she raised on President Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. Volunteers, bloggers and lawyers are drafting an impeachment complaint using economic sabotage as ground. Some of the lawyers created a unified email address so they could consolidate their evidence and other needed data. The group includes political science professor Antonio Contreras, lawyers Trixie Angeles, Bruce Rivera, and Tom Berenguer. They call themselves the Impeach VP Leni Team. They are currently reviewing one of Duterte’s speeches that asked people to stop impeaching the Vice President as he might have said “step it up” and not “stop it.” The assistant secretary for DILG, Epimaco Densing III, said the Philippine economy was affected by what Robredo did.  “If it did not affect our economy and OFWs, maybe we would have just dismissed it… but her audience was the international community. This is too much,” Densing said. Robredo’s comments, he added, led to the country’s loss of grants and investments. This is reportedly aside from the negative impact on tourism and the planned cancellations of trade privileges to the European Union. This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.
This has also led to massive protests in the capital of Manila, as well as in other cities nationwide. OFWs around the world also posted protests on social media.



sources: PhilStar, ABS-CBN





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