- Jimmy Bondoc posted on social media about the Recto Bank incident
- According to Jimmy, he condemns what was done to the Filipino fishermen
- However, he trusts that President Rodrigo Duterte will handle the issue well
Jimmy Bondoc, a known supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte, shared his thoughts on a current controversial issue.
KAMI learned that Jimmy discussed his thoughts about the Recto Bank incident, which involved a Chinese vessel colliding with a boat containing Filipino fishermen.
According to the singer, he condemns the incident but trusts in what the President will do about it.
“The difference between you and me is that while we both condemn the Recto Bank collision, I trust that the President will do what is in the best interest of the Philippines, while you don't.
“Another difference is that I (and many other people like me) have exerted some efforts at reaching out to some friends at the AFP, and have been informed about the current state of the investigation.
“They are currently gathering official facts and satellite images, while YOU are just daring the President to engage in war and hostilities against China.
“Why? It all boils down to this: 1) you don't trust the President; and 2) you know NOTHING about how agencies work.
“Whereas I trust the President, and I KNOW (a little about) what is going on in our agencies as we speak. I know the precarious situation that our good agencies and leaders are carefully dealing with, while you are using facebook to promulgate your ivory-tower-peanut-gallery mission orders, still believing you know best,” Jimmy wrote on Facebook.
In a previous report by KAMI, Jimmy also opened up about ABS-CBN’s franchise renewal problem.
Jimmy Bondoc is an OPM singer who popularized the song 'Let Me be the One'. He is known for being a loyal supporter of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. The music artist got heavily bashed online when he expressed his excitement over the possible closure of a major network.
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