Parent of the missing student reads comments from the leftist against her: “Maaring magulang nga kayo pero tandaan niyo dumaan lang siya sa inyo”

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One of the parents who attended the hearing regarding missing minors who are alleged recruited by leftists groups became emotional while narrating how her child became so different after she participated in activism.

During the hearing on Wednesday, Relissa Lucena said that she received the letter from the leftist group where her missing daughter joined.

“Maaring mga magulang nga kayo pero tandaan niyo na dumaan lang siya sa inyo at hindi niyo siya pag-aari. Pwede niyo silang palakihin at mahalin dahil responsibilidad niyo iyon pero hindi pwedeng hulmahin at pilitin maging tulad niyo. Kung hindi niyo siya makilala ngayon, ikaw misis, siguradong hindi niya rin nakilala pa,” Lucena said while reading the comments emotionally.

“Wala kang pinagkaiba sa militar at nag paggamit ka sa kanila. Tama ang sinabi ni Rizal na, “Ang kabataan ang pag-asa ng bayan”, kasi paano ang mga matatandang hukluban na katulad niyo ang pag-asa kung nagpapagamit kayo sa militar na walang ginawa kundi ang pumatay at sambahin si Duterte,” she added.

Another member from the leftist group also made a comment against another parent of the missing student Luisa Espina, telling them that they don’t own their child anymore.

“Ang inyong mga anak ay hindi niyo na mga anak, sila ang mga anak na lalaki at babae na magnanais ng buhay sa sarili. Dumaan sila sayo pero hindi mula sayo, at kahit na kasama ka pa nila ay kabilang sila hindi sa iyo bagkus kasama sila sa isang lipunan,” Lucena reads.

After reading the letter, Lucena started crying saying that she couldn’t understand why the leftist groups are not thinking of the suffering of the parents who worked hard just to give a better life for their children.

“Kami yung nagpalaki, kami nag aruga tapos ginamit yung anak namin sa politika,”

Lucena is only one of the four parents who attended the hearing to recount how the leftist groups like Anakbayan, League of Filipino Students and Kabataan took their children away.

 

 

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