"Kung may friend ka na mino-mock ang nangyari sa Davao imbes na makiramay. I-unfriend at iblock mo na." -Senyora
The popular Facebook Page of Senyora has been expressing concerns over the bomb explosion occurred in the Davao Night Market yesterday that left 14 people dead and 71 injured.
Senyora was visibly irked by other people who chose to criticize the incident instead of sending comfort to the victims.
On her Facebook post, she said:
Kung may friend ka na mino-mock ang nangyari sa Davao imbes na makiramay. I-unfriend at iblock mo na. Hindi kinakaibigan mga ganyang tao.Senyora did not like the remarks of other netizens pointing the blame to President Rodrigo Duterte. At some point, others commented that this is an act of karma for President Duterte and to his administration.
Puro sisi, dapat ganito dapat ganyan, akala ko ba ganito, ganyan d'yan. Nyeta ka wala ka namang ginagawa para mapaganda Pilipinas
She even questioned the netizens bashing the Davao explosion if they have done something significant for the Philippines.
Instead of criticizing, Senyora emphasized to show support and prayers for Dabawenyos because no one should be blame on an act of terrorism.
The Davao explosion should never be a place of political hate, but a place of comfort and should serve as a reminder for every Filipino to be united against any form of terrorism.
Perhaps, it would be healthier if we follow Senyora’s advice. Let’s unfollow people sending so much hate on our timeline.
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