Duterte supporter to Agot: "Mamatay ka na please"; She replies, "Such class. Happy Mother's Day!"


A US-based human rights watchdog has claimed that the Philippine government has been employing what it called a "keyboard army" that is specifically paid to make it appear the Duterte administration's controversial and deadly war on drugs has been gaining widespread public support. http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news/nation/633100/phl-gov-t-paying-keyboard-army-p500-a-day-to-amplify-public-support-for-drug-war-watchdog/story/

Agot Isidro is a Filipina recording personality. Born as Maria Margarita Amada Fteha Isidro, she is the fourth of the six children of Jose Isidro, an architect, and Palestinian mother Edwarta Fteha. Wikipedia
Born: 20 July 1966 (age 51 years), Marikina
Height: 1.68 m
Spouse: Manu Sandejas (m. 2000)
Education: Fashion Institute of Technology, University of the Philippines Diliman, University of the Philippines


Freedom House reports Duterte admin's "keyboard army" paid $40-60/day to attack critics

A US-based human rights watchdog has claimed that the Philippine government has been employing what it called a "keyboard army" that is specifically paid to make it appear the Duterte administration's controversial and deadly war on drugs has been gaining widespread public support.

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