CPP denounces Aquino high-profile ‘anti-terror’ scare tactics, power-tripping and muscle-flexing

Press Release

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) denounced the Aquino regime for employing and orchestrating high-profile “anti-terror” scare tactics as an excuse to engage in power-tripping and muscle-flexing.

Orchestrated by Benigno Aquino himself, the Philippine government revealed an alleged terror plot against a large Catholic religious procession today in the center of Manila. To supposedly prevent ‘terrorists’ from remotely detonating a device using a cellular phone, Aquino ordered all tele-communication companies to cut all cellular phone services in several areas of Manila.

“Cutting cellular communication lines is actually a counterproductive measure as it would prevent people from rapidly transmitting information had there been an actual threat,” said the CPP.

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“Furthermore, cutting cellular phone lines would not have prevented someone with basic bomb-making skills from attaching an explosive device to a small timer.” The CPP pointed out that a few days ago, the police itself reported that a bomb was detonated in a town in Jolo, Sulu using a wristwatch as a timing device.

“There are widespread doubts that there was a ‘terror threat’ at all,” said the CPP. “There is the observation that today’s power-tripping and muscle-flexing by the Aquino regime is in preparation for the possible eruption of a political crisis and the imposition of emergency measures in the future.”

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