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Saturday, September 3, 2016

Hey Villegas! How exactly are we going to that? That's the stupidest idea I've ever heard!

Huh! Respond with peace, not vengeance?!?

Villegas, can you tell us exactly how to do it because seriously I don't want to see our soldiers die.  I don't want to see more widows and orphans.

Since you seem to have a brilliant idea and always critical of what Duterte does; why don't you lay down your action plan and see if it was work. But wait, let's not put the lives of our men in uniform at risk because I have brilliant idea.

Why don't we send you, yes you Villegas to the Abu Sayyaf's so you can pray over them and there will be peace in the country.

Now here is an even better idea, why don't you (Villegas) and all the Yellowtards to the Abu Sayyafs and the Philippines will have peace and prosperity for a 1000 years.

My God! Villegas you are so stupid!

Shown below is the basis of my comment,


CBCP on Davao blast: Respond with peace, not vengeance • Paterno Esmaquel II
10:09 AM, September 03, 2016

MANILA, Philippines – The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) on Saturday, September 3, called for peace after an explosion killed at least 14 people in a night market in Davao City.

In a statement, CBCP president Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas said, "Let not vengeance be our response but peace!"

"Violence shocks us. Acts of terrorism jolt us. When fellowmen die, a part of our humanity dies, too," Villegas said on Saturday.

"We pray for peace for the dead victims. We pray for healing for the wounded. We pray for strength for the bereaved families. We pray for the restoration of brotherhood and harmony for Davao and for the nation," he said.

"Gandhi said: I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent," Villegas added.

Villegas also said the CBCP remains "in prayerful communion" with Davao Archbishop Romulo Valles, who is also the vice president of the CBCP, as well as Filipinos in Davao City.

"We grieve too over the death of innocent brothers and sisters due to the bombing past midnight," the CBCP president said.

The explosion, which killed at least 14 people and injured more than 60 others, happened at the Roxas Night Market in Davao City on Friday, September 2.

The blast prompted President Rodrigo Duterte, former mayor of Davao City, to declare a state of lawlessness in the country.

The terrorist group Abu Sayyaf claimed responsibility for the explosion after Duterte vowed to "destroy" the terrorist group. –

1 comment:

  1. My dear Bishop Villegas, I believe you are a confused preacher. I am a Catholic Christian and I believe that God bestows our nation with laws that promote PEACEFUL JUSTICE! God says that "vengeance is mine" and it means that God has bestowed our nation with laws to carry out His "vengeance" through PEACEFUL JUSTICE by way of arresting, trying and incarcerating the criminals. Bishop, that is also a kind of God's vengeance in a peaceful manner. I hope you'll have Divine wisdom.