As the world now already knows, a huge explosion at Roxas night market in Davao City this Friday night, September 2 killed 14 people and injured 67 others. But while many Filipinos are praying for Davao, some Duterte haters ask this insulting question, ”Akala ko ba, safe sa Davao?” (I thought it is safe in Davao?). Well, here is my response to them.

First of all, you forgot the 9/11 terror attack in America on September 11, 2001 that killed nearly 3,000 people and injuring more than 6,000 others. But if you were still being breastfed that time, you are most likely aware of the recent series terror attacks in France. And yes, terrorists are highly-trained, and ready to kill and die for their stupid ideology.

So in case your shallow mind don’t realize, no government in the entire universe can say that their country is totally safe from terrorists. But sad to say, some Filipinos are even worst than the mastermind of the Davao bombing, and put the blame on President Duterte. To give you an idea as who these beasts are, read their heartless comments below.

Let me also remind you that no place in the Philippines is safe in terms of terror attacks. While you may have been lucky that you and your loved ones are not among the victims of the bombing in Davao, the tightened security of the police and military and the country now being placed under “state of lawless violence” is not a guarantee of total safety.

Now, what if the bombing happened in your area and loved ones are among the victims, and your presidential candidate won instead of Duterte? Would you see him kissing the dead bodies, or even canceling a trip abroad to visit the area and personally comfort the survivors and the families of the casualties, and closely monitor the investigation as well?

So instead of questioning the Duterte administration and wondering if it is really safe in Davao, why not ask yourselves, “What can I do to help the government to protect me and my family?”. So to Mey Sebastian, Chris Chug and other Duterte bashers, I will also pray for your safety as I pray for Davao. After all, I am not sure if you still know how to pray.

Davao bombing rude commentsDavao bombing rude comments 3


The above open letter was sent to us by one of our avid followers who only want to be identified as Julio N. Nevertheless, we at Taho News sympathize with all the victims of the Davao bombing. We hope and pray that the culprits be immediately identified, and justice be served as soon as possible. We also wish unity in times like this. Let’s stop the hate.