Ex-Ambassador Tiglao, isiniwalat ang mga connections sa pagitan ng NPA at ang mainstream media - News Spy


Ex-Ambassador Tiglao, isiniwalat ang mga connections sa pagitan ng NPA at ang mainstream media



Rigoberto "Bobbi" Tiglao and members of the CPP/NPA, photo compiled from Google
Ang dating Ambassador ng Pilipinas sa Cyprus at Greece, si Rigoberto "Bobbi" Tiglao, isang beterano na mamamahayag at isang tanyag na personalidad sa social media ay nagpahayag ng ilang mga pinaghihinalaang koneksyon sa pagitan ng mainstream media sa Pilipinas at ng mga kasapi ng CPP / NPA.

Ayon kay Tiglao marami sa mga aktibista ng 1970 at mga Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) cadres ay sumali sa mainstream media matapos ang 1986 EDSA Revolutions. Inaasam na nila ngayon ang mataas na mga post sa mainstream media, kahit na hindi na sila komunista, mayroon pa silang ideological affinity sa CPP.



Ipinahayag ng beteranong mamamahayag na ang isang uri ng pag-iisip ay ang mga CPP/NPA na magpipilit magbigay pressure sa mga reporma sa ating lipunan. Ang isa pa ay ang katakut-takot na CPPs, na maaaring sila ay akusahan bilang mga traitors sa Revolution, at maaaring mapatay.

Para malabanan ang mga pinaghihinalaang Pro-NPA na mainstream media people, tinatawagan ni Tiglao ang mga social media blogger na nagpoprotekta kay Pres. Rody Duterte tulad nina Thinking Pinoy, Mocha Uson, Sass Rogando Sasot, Prof. Antonio Contreras, Jojo Robles, MJ Quiambao Reyes, Mike Lopez at Atty. Darwin Canete upang pangalanan ang ilan upang tanggapin ang responsibilidad at nang matulungan ang Republika ng Pilipinas sa pagtatapos ng komunistang pang-aalipusta sa pamamagitan ng social media.

Narito ang kompletong rebelasyon ni R. Tiglao:

Social media would be crucial in the propaganda war between the Republic and the CPP/NPA.



Many of the 1970s activists and CPP cadres joined media after 1986, and are in high posts in mainstream media. Even if they're no longer communists, they still have an ideological affinity with the CPP. Take it from me, like many in mainstream media, we were drawn to newspapers partly because we couldn't get jobs elsewhere!

One kind of thinking is that the CPP/NPA functions to exert pressure for reforms in our society.

Another is sheer fear, that they may be accused of being traitors to the Revolution, and may be assassinated. This idea was prevalent during the heydays of the urban assassination squad ABB. Believe me, having to have to look often behind your shoulders you isn't a nice feeling.

Most of those in mainstream media also imbibed the ethos of the 1970s with Mao, Che Gueverra, and Ho Chi Minh as their gods in this revolutionary secular religion, and think that condemning the Left isn't chic.



There is also the Satur Ocampo and Carol Pagaduan-Araullo types who're getting old and sickly and think their last role in the Revolution would be as columnists weakening the Establishment through misinformation and propaganda.And there is Rappler, who would go to bed with the communists if this helps in putting down Duterte.

There is also that shit-I-missed-the-Revolution types. These are young or not so young journalists who have been brain-washed that the 1970s were the days of the glorious (attempt at) Revolution. But they missed it as they were so square then. So now they're trying to make up.

The worst kind are those who've abandoned the country and live comfortably in the US and Canada -- living off the wealth of what they had condemned as imperialists before -- and bad-mouth the country, thinking doing so assuages their guilt in abandoning their country and the Revolution.

For all these reasons, you'd notice that mainstream media has largely been sympathetic to the CPP and NPA.
Social media journalists have no such fetters and fears.

It is their big responsibility now to help this Republic end the communist scourge RJ Nieto Sass Rogando Sasot MOCHA USON BLOGAntonio P. Contreras Jojo A. Robles MJ Quiambao ReyesMike Acebedo LopezDarwin CaƱete (my deepest apologies if missed names of other cyber journalists.)

Source: philnews.xyz