Jim Paredes slams Duterte and calls the President a traitor and stup*d: “Do not let him distract you from China issue.”

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OPM artist Jim Paredes slammed President Rodrigo Duterte and called him a “traitor” for being friendly with China amid the tension in the West Philippine Sea (WPS)

In his several social media posts, Paredes couldn’t hide his anger over the new friendship between the Philippines and China and criticized Duterte for letting the Chinese do what they want.

Paredes on Facebook, called the new criticisms of President Duterte against the Catholic Church as a distraction, saying that the real issue that should be addressed was the China issue.

“Don’t let him distract you from China issue. The traitor is playing tricks.” Paredes said.

He continued his criticisms against the President in his Twitter page, labeling what Duterte is doing right now with China as “treason”.

“Stop ranting against the church. It’s about China and treason, stup*d!” Paredes said.

Paredes even confronted a netizen who defended Duterte from criticisms on Twitter, saying that Duterte broke the unity between the Filipino people.

“Formation of the country is not just the President’s effort. It should be a collaborative effort of all the people of the country. All should be involve in making our country prosper. Kaya di umuunlad ang Pilipinas dahil sa mga taong mahilig magreklamo pero wala namang gawa.” Netizen Earl Canezal said.

In response Paredes said:

“Talk about formation. He is deforming it and unforming it by giving away our islands without even a complaint. He is a coward and a traitor. Maybe he should lead the people in putting their arms behind their heads and march behind him with a white flag.” Paredes told the netizen.” 

He even called Duterte a “crab leader” for trying to destroy the reputation of good people.

“Crab leader. Sinisiraan niya and mag mabubuting tao.”

In his another post, Paredes also suspected that the increasing Chinese visit in the Philippines was intended.

“If you were a Chinese mainlander, would moving to the Philippines be a great career move? Tell me. I do not know the answer. I sometimes suspect they are here for other reasons. Not just employment. Your guess is as good as mine.” Paredes said.

Paredes is a known critic of President Rodrigo Duterte, he became infamous after he confronted a group of students showing their support to former President Ferdinand Marcos.

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