Campaign against the bias reporting by the BBC on the Philippines War on illegal drugs.

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Last night 13/10/2017, in a BBC News story, the person behind the notorious and biased Pinoy Ako Blog, Jover Laurio, was interviewed, following her being unmasked, following her campaign of hate against President Duterte and other politicians in the Philippines. 

She was given undue prominence as there was no blogger who was Pro-Duterte given any chance to respond to her fake news about the Duterte Presidency. 

Furthermore, the BBC also ran another story at the same time showing a rehabilitation centre in the Philippines and insinuating that drug addicts would be safer there than on the streets. In fact in the Facebook, the BBC mentioned ‘Duterte’s Bloody War on Drugs’. Which is an untrue and biased analysis of the legitimate campaign against illegal drugs. 

I believe their reporting is biased and misleading as it does not interview victims of drug dealers or addicts, does not highlight the 1.4 million Filipinos who have given up illegal drugs, or the decrease in poverty, investments in infrastructure, free education, improved healthcare or other positive achievements of the Duterte administration. 



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