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Saturday, June 18, 2016

The Art of War of INCOMING PNP head Ronald “Bato” de la Rosa (Shaming the Enemy) ~SHARE

It is amusing when people write about something they know nothing about so when Cynthia Patag shared a post written by an ignorant Philip Jr Lustre which was intended to mock and make fun INCOMING Philippine National Police head Chief Supt. Ronald “Bato” de la Rosa.... I had a really good laugh.

It is so funny when people like Philip Jr Lustre try so hard to impress others and only to fall flat on their faces when their ignorance is exposed.

In a post shared by Cynthia Patag, Philip Jr Lustre's wrote a post intended present BATO dela Rosa as stupid, but his attempt backfired when Lustre demonstrated how little he understood the dynamics of psywar and projection of power and the definition of the word duel.

Lustre opening salvo was the statement "The man (Bato) on the spot apparently does not know or understand dueling."

Duel is defined as "a prearranged, formal combat between two persons, usually fought to settle a point of honor".  This is where Lustre missed the definition, he overlooked the word usually, and that word makes the whole difference.

Yes, duels are usually fought to settle a point of honor but it doesn't necessarily mean that each duel is meant to settle a point of honor because a duel is also defined as "a struggle for domination between two contending persons, groups, or ideas."

Based on the later definition, it is obvious that the purpose of Bato's challenge was for good to dominate over the evil.

Unfortunately, Patag and Lustre also missed (but not surprisingly) the bigger picture. The purpose of Bato's challenge is a psywar and projection.

Calling out the enemy & publicly humiliating him

Who was Bato talking to directly? He was talking to the drug lords and communicating to them that "I am not scared of you!".

He was making the drug war personal between him and the drug lords. Bato was doing a classic trick of calling out the enemy and shaming him.

He was insulting the thugs, therefore Bato was projecting his power and domination over the drug lords. These are concepts that Patag and Lustre's small brains cannot comprehend.

What pains me about Patag and Lustre's post is that it disrespects people like BATO dela Rosa who risk their lives and even the safety of their loved ones to go after drug pushers.

In a different post, I wrote about an anti-drug advocate whose daughter was gang raped to teach him a lesson. Everyday, this drug advocate is tormented when he sees his daughter.

Shame on you Patag & Lustre for making fun of people who risk their lives to protect our society and our children from the scourge of drugs.

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