Jim Paredes posts about his confrontation with Duterte Youth


Anti-Duterte activist and artist Jim Paredes was trending and viral on social media after he confronted seven members of the Duterte Youth who came to their area during the massive EDSA rally.




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In his post on Facebook, 

Paredes said that one of their organizers tried to shoo away the Duterte supporters saying that it was their party and they were like pissing on their food just by being there. 

One of the Duterte Youth members told Paredes that he was an Australian citizen.

“They invented it and they believed it. I pointed that out. Wala siyang masagot!” posted Paredes.

Paredes further accused the Duterte Youth as the “Same people [who] probably liked reading troll comments that threatened me and other people, and wanted my family and others raped or killed.”

He ended his post by saying that, “it is so satisfying to shut them up when it mattered. Face to face. In person.”


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In his full post on Facebook, Paredes said,

"Just came from the EDSA rally. I had an immensely enjoyable confrontation with 7 Duterte youth who crashed the EDSA rally. They were told to leave bu insisted on staying. One organizer told them that it was our party and it was like they were pissing on the food by being there. Disrespectful and provocative.

They had the right to be there. No argument. But we also had the right to engage in debate.

One could not look at me in the eye. The other actually thought he could dismiss me by citing troll propaganda that I am an Australian citizen. They invented it and they believed it. I pointed that out. Wala siyang masagot!

All the time, I was thinking that these same people probably liked reading troll comments that threatened me and other people, and wanted my family and others raped or killed.

None of them could argue. They tried but were incoherent and repeated troll arguments.

It is so satisfying to shut them up when it mattered. Face to face. In person."




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