- Celebrities reacted angrily to completion of air and naval bases in PH reef
- They gave their reactions on various social media platforms
- These celebs hit at the government for the act
Reports about the construction of air and naval bases in the Philippine reefs have elicited a lot of angry reaction from many Filipinos, including celebs.
Yes, those celebs who do not fear to speak their mind, immediately took to their social media accounts to express their indignation about the whole scenario.
In an Inquirer report, there are notable celebrities who voiced out their opinion against the militarization of the said reefs.
Jim Paredes immediately aired his protest on Twitter. The singer/composer was asking Inquirer to correct its headline, but the tweet that Jim was asking to be corrected was already unavailable.
He stated, "Pls correct your headline to “Take a look at some Philippine Islands which were stolen and converted by China into man-made islands for their military purposes."
Aside from Jim, Lourd de Veyra also tweeted a response to the said militarization. With all sarcasm, he said, "Thank you, China, for showing us the truest example of "Build, build, build!"
Of course, Agot Isidro, a well-known critic of the Duterte administration also posted the chorus of the song "Bayan Ko."
"Dayuhan ay nahalina, Bayan ko, binihag ka, Nasadlak sa dusa," wrote the actress.
These are just among the celebs who reacted. Meanwhile, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said that the government is not "too soft" when it comes to dealing with China, despite the fact that the President himself previously stated that he would take a soft-landing approach in dealing with the China dispute.
This approach of Pres. Duterte sets aside the arbitral ruling of the United Nations, which invalidates the claim of China to e 9-dash line.
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