Netizen removes viral 'province of China' tarp, slams Inquirer: "Ako ay ordinaryong Pilipino, may karapatan akong i-tama ang mali"

Tarpaulins describing the country as a “province of China” were spotted in several roads in Metro Manila. Some netizens only took photos of it, but a certain Facebook user and a concerned citizen courageously removed one tarpaulin he saw along his way. Jeremy Salomon, on his Facebook post shared his personal experience as he blasts an Inquirer reporter while he was removing the tarpaulin from a footbridge. Salomon’s act was lauded by thousands of netizens who have read and shared his post. Read his full post below: Ang sabi ko kay Kuya Inquirer... Reporter:"Madaling araw pa may naglagay dito sa poster na ito? Bakit naglakas loob ka tanggalin? Me"..Ako ay ordinaryong Filipino kung sino man naglagay nito ay tanungin ang sarili? Tama ba ito?.. Kung may karapatan ka maglagay ng poster pero "Maling" impormasyon, may karapatan din ako "i-Tama" ang mali.. Kung ilagay mo I love Philippines, sa tingin mo tatangalin ko??" Reporter:"..Sino sa paningin ko ang naglagay??.." Me:"..Who cares? Kung alam ko na mali ay basta gagawin ko ang tama.. At tingin ko kagagawan ng fake media at mga aktibista.. Kung may nagastos ka sa paglagay mo ay hanapin ako at babayaran ko pagawa mo."
Jeremy Salomon took photos while removing the tarpaulin / photo from his Facebook post
The tarpaulin removed from the footbridge / photo from Jeremy Salomon's Facebook post
View from the footbridge where the tarpaulin was hanged/ photo from Jeremy Salomon/s post
Inquirer media covering the premise / photo from Jeremy Salomon's post
Netizen removes viral 'province of China' tarp, slams Inquirer: "Ako ay ordinaryong Pilipino, may karapatan akong i-tama ang mali" Netizen removes viral 'province of China' tarp, slams Inquirer: "Ako ay ordinaryong Pilipino, may karapatan akong i-tama ang mali" Reviewed by Anne Adams on July 12, 2018 Rating: 5

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