Trending si Senadora Cynthia Villar nitong Huwebes matapos mainis ang mga netizen sa kanyang sinabi patungkol sa mga magsasaka sa bansa.
Sa isang statement sinabi ni Villar na: ‘Yung mga rice farmers natin hindi sila competitive relative sa mga rice farmers of Vietnam and Thailand.”
Kinuyog ito ng mga netizen:
We have low harvest every compared to Vietnam & Thailand every year because of two reasons.. First, we are an archipelago made up or many separate island, while the land mass of Viet & Thai are contiguous. Second, PH is situated in a typhoon zone area, not for Vietnam & Thailand
— Antonio Osias Lacsamana (@Lacsamana_PhD) October 1, 2020
Sen. Cynthia Villar will do anything to paint our local farmers as the bad people. She will dub them as incompetent and lazy. She will compare them to foreign farmer and blame them for their struggles. Is this how a senator must act? For a land grabber, she has the audacity.
— angel/inactive (@luhantheworld) October 1, 2020
Mali ka Cynthia Villar. Our farmers know exactly what they need for good harvest. They are also willing to learn new farming techniques as long as accessible sa kanila ang programs. Grabe. Alam kasi nitong si Cynthia eh gumawa ng low cost subdivision with sub par materials. https://t.co/MYzDIlp5S6
— 88% Healthy Lang Naman (@HaliyaJam) October 1, 2020
Cynthia Villar shouldn't be allowed to voice her opinions out. So privileged, so out of touch from reality. Fuck off you capitalist pig. https://t.co/wwxXGrzuVF
— jo (@joangrace_e) October 1, 2020
Cynthia Villar shouldn't be the agriculture secretary when she owns a monopoly over stolen agricultural land in a semi-feudal nation. She steals land from farmers who work long hours to make an unlivable income and the food we eat. They are exploited yet they are the "lazy" ones?
— comrade diogenes ☭ | #OustDuterteNow (@ComradeDiogenes) October 1, 2020
ang sama sama ng loob ko.
give them back their lands and resources.
Philippines was once leading in rice exports. We were not competing, we were once the standard.
— abe (@sabidoabe) October 1, 2020