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Thursday, October 3, 2019

"The difference between me and Teddy Casino is that he got paid with our taxes FOR YEARS" -Krizette Chu

Krizette Laureta Chu | Teddy Casiño | CTTO

In the midst of the controversial issue and conflict that is presently rising between leftist leader, former Bayan Muna Partylist Rep. Teddy Casiño and fearless writer, New York University alumna, Krizette Laureta Chu, the latter yet again fired a powerful shot and stressed the difference between the two of them.

Chu then made clear that she is not like Casiño, who is allegedly being paid with the people's taxes, thus, assertedly got millions for being a partylist representative.




Teddy Casiño  | CTTO


Teddy Casiño | CTTO

"The difference between me and Teddy Casino is that he got paid with our taxes FOR YEARS and got PDAF in millions as a partylist representative, and so he is accountable to us.", she wrote.



Those payments that Casiño is allegedly receiving, and for justifying the recruitment of minors, are the main reasons why the latter, according to Chu, should be held responsible and be accountable for all the lost lives of numerous naive youths that caused the deep pains and heartaches to many mothers, parents and family. 



Teddy Casiño | CTTO

Chu then allegedly charged former Bayan Muna Partylist Rep. for being responsible for the life of each kid, who he urge to fight the government, hence, he be held accountable for each peso he spent.



Likewise, the New York Univ. alumna said that Casiño should not attack and threaten the taxpayers who are questioning how he could even afford his bourgeois lifestyle. 

"You are accountable for the life of every child you encourage to fight the government, and you are accountable for every peso you spent, and you are accountable to taxpayers who ask you questions and you are not supposed to aggressively ATTACK and THREATEN them when they do.", Chu exclaimed.


Read Ms. Krizette Laureta Chu's powerful post below: 



"THE BOTTOMLINE: ACCOUNTABILITY

The difference between me and Teddy Casino is that he got paid with our taxes FOR YEARS and got PDAF in millions as a partylist representative, and so he is accountable to us.

That is why people who have held government positions and jobs can still be investigated 25 years for graft and corruption after they’re gone from their positions. In fact, I believe as shared to me by one cabinet secretary last month, that there is one such case happening right now, of an unliquidated amount that’s got the COA investigating someone from 25 years back.

And so, apart from calling out his hypocritical stance, one that has endangered the lives of many impressionable children and has broken the hearts of many mothers while he pays lip service to the ideals that he espouses, he has to be made accountable.



As the Senate investigations reveal even more heartbreaking stories from mothers and former rebels, while Teddy releases statements encouraging children that has Major General Antonio Parlade of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF ELCAC) especially mentioning Casino for justifying the recruitment of minors to boost their ranks, we the people have the duty to help this government. It is our duty to protect our minors.

As a taxpayer and as mothers and fathers, it is OUR RIGHT to ask how he could afford to send his kids to very expensive exclusive schools, how his kids travel abroad, how he affords a Mac, and how based on many reports all over social media, of his burgis lifestyle.

There is a reason he is asked, and that is because he is accountable to us.

If he did not join public service, then he would not be asked. If he was a regular activist who did not benefit from our taxes, I could care less ifhe was a rich, poor, or middle class activist.



Once you throw your hat into the public arena, you are accountable. Once you get money from the public and our taxes, you are accountable.

You are accountable for the life of every child you encourage to fight the government, and you are accountable for every peso you spent, and you are accountable to taxpayers who ask you questions and you are not supposed to aggressively ATTACK and THREATEN them when they do."


Screenshot of Krizette Laureta Chu's post | Credit to her Facebook page





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