WATCH: Furious Netizen Reveals Why He's So Happy that the Parojinogs have Fallen

A video from a Political Communications Professional named Mike Acebedo Lopez goes viral after he explains why he is so happy that the Parojinogs have fallen.
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Aside from sharing the reasons why he dislikes the Parojinogs, Lopez also cussed Rappler for their alleged "slanted story focusing on one anonymous relative" which according to him "is a grave insult to the people who have been waiting for this for years."

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Lopez captioned his Facebook live video with:

Why am I so happy that the Parojinogs have fallen?

The success of President Rody Duterte's War on Drugs means so much to me because, apart of course from the fact that the illegal drug trade has corrupted every facet of Filipino society, I have two very personal reasons:

1) I was nearly killed by a drug addict who mugged me and left me for dead in 2001. I was a campaign volunteer for a monkey for a senator who is now so noisy, brandishing his idiocy for all the world to see. You have to watch the video for context.
2) I was actually in Ozamiz in the months before the 2010 elections to support my best friend's mom Connie Lim who dared face the Parojinogs. I worked with women, senior citizens, and youth volunteers who believed change can be had through the electoral process. Tita Connie led in all the surveys, her lead surely insurmountable; alas, the Parojinogs used their guns, goons, and connections in government to intimidate, cheat, subvert the will of the people and eventually further perpetuate themselves into power.

I experienced all that firsthand. So Rappler's slanted story focusing on one anonymous relative (assuming that relative actually exists) is a grave insult on the people who have been waiting for this for years.

Suffice it to say, this victory against them, this is personal. If I was there I would've pulled the trigger myself and left no one alive.
Kindly watch the video below to understand Lopez' sentiments.


Why am I so happy that the Parojinogs have fallen? The success of President Rody Duterte's War on Drugs means so much to me because, apart of course from the fact that the illegal drug trade has corrupted every facet of Filipino society, I have two very personal reasons: 1) I was nearly killed by a drug addict who mugged me and left me for dead in 2001. I was a campaign volunteer for a monkey for a senator who is now so noisy, brandishing his idiocy for all the world to see. You have to watch the video for context. 2) I was actually in Ozamiz in the months before the 2010 elections to support my best friend's mom Connie Lim who dared face the Parojinogs. I worked with women, senior citizens, and youth volunteers who believed change can be had through the electoral process. Tita Connie led in all the surveys, her lead surely insurmountable; alas, the Parojinogs used their guns, goons, and connections in government to intimidate, cheat, subvert the will of the people and eventually further perpetuate themselves into power. I experienced all that firsthand. So Rappler's slanted story focusing on one anonymous relative (assuming that relative actually exists) is a grave insult on the people who have been waiting for this for years. Suffice it to say, this victory against them, this is personal. If I was there I would've pulled the trigger myself and left no one alive.
Posted by Mike Acebedo Lopez on Monday, July 31, 2017


Fifteen people including incumbent Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog, Sr. died in a shootout during police operations in Ozamiz, Misamis Occidental 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 30.

As of writing, Lopez' video had over 49,000 views and generated more than 1,100 shares and counting.