A staunch British supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte advised the Philippine government officials located in the United Kingdom to examine one Filipino nurse employed in the stated country after the OFW allegedly provided an offensive edited picture of President Rodrigo Duterte on Twitter.
Malcolm Conlan often known as ‘Filipino-at-heart’ composed an open letter to the government authorities primarily based in U. K to examine Jr Castillo, who considered to be a nurse residing in Surrey for mocking the President of the Philippines.
In Castillo’s post, the Filipino nurse created an edited picture of Duterte who’s just like slumbered in a burial, this Tweet created the many other supporters of the President to be concerned.
“Ilagay na yan sa LNMB (Libingan ng mga Bayani) sa lalong madaling panahon. Sino gusto tumulong sa paghukay ng pagbabaunan sa kanya?” tweeted by Castillo.
This created Conlan criticize Castillo in his post, considering that as a nurse, the latter must know the right way to respect other people and also concentrate on saving lives.
Conlan considers that the tweet of the UK-based Filipino nurse was ‘disgusting’ and also ‘shameful’.
Read the full post below:
“For the attention of Philippine Government officials both in the UK and the Philippines. This photoshop image of the President was shared and posted on Twitter by a filipino, who I believe is a nurse in the United Kingdom, Mr JR CASTILLO, who I also believe resides in Wimbledon, Surrey.
I am very very reluctant to post this, as to protect Mr Castillo and even myself from personal harm, however my attention had been drawn to it on Twitter. I am sharing this to protect the Philippine President. I believe I am in my rights to share this as a concerned netizen.
I can’t say whether he is just reposting this of or in fact he made it. All I can say is that JR Castillo, as a nurse, your job I believe, is to save lives and respect them.
Also as a Filipino, I believe you should respect the Office of the President, even if you don’t necessarily agree with all the policies of the current one. To me, President Rodrigo Duterte is a good man, but much more than that, I consider him to be a friend. I find this Twitter post of yours to be utterly disgusting and shameful.
By sharing this photo, I believe I am doing my duty as a British citizen, in the hope that this can be appropriately investigated. Much more than that, I am doing this to protect a friend who I greatly admire and respect.
I do hope you don’t have any plans of going home to the Philippines anytime soon Mr Castillo, as I believe you will have a lot to answer for.
Once long ago, we actually spoke and I offered out an olive branch to you, I now take it away. Your photoshop image of the President and remarks make me grieve for you. To think you are also a nurse in our National Health Service. Shame.
God bless and let’s all continue to protect and pray for the President of the Republic of the Philippines, Rodrigo Roa Duterte.”
However, Castillo protected himself after his post continues to be criticized by the supporters of Duterte, stating that he will probably still perform his responsibility if he was tasked to give medical care about the President.
In spite of this, he still likes Duterte to ‘rot and burn in hell’.
“My patients didn’t kill people. My patients didn’t make oppressive policies. Typical DDS kab*b*han. If Du30 becomes my patient, I’ll treat him like all other patients. I have a duty of care for my patients. But Duterte still deserves to rot and burn in hell. PHL is better w/o him” JR Castillo tweeted after a netizen questions his reputation as a nurse after his anti-Duterte tweet.
After Castillo’s post got viral on the web, Conlan questioned his supporters if he actually did the right point by revealing the tweet of the Filipino nurse.
“Do I feel guilty for exposing the nurse who made the disgusting MEME of the President?” Conlan stated in his video.
In spite of this, many of his followers cheered him, expressing that he just actually did the right thing.
Under British Law, Castillo’s can be legally responsible under the Defamation Act 2013 (DA 2013) in case his tweet was proved to be false and also, it’s publication ’caused or is prone to cause severe harm’ to individuals’ or perhaps businesses’ status.
The Philippine Embassy in London is not still replying on the open letter of Conlan.
Source: Pinoy Trend