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Bato says soldiers, cops should recruit in UP, PUP just like commies: Padamihan na lang ng recruit!

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Senator Bato dela Rosa said the military and police should be allowed to go tit-for-tat with communists in the war for the minds of students in the University of the Philippines and the Polytechnic University of the Philippines.

“Meron kasi silang polisiya ang mga paaralan na ito which is very detrimental on the part of the government/state…na bawal pumasok ang mga pulis o military sa loob ng kanilang campus para maavoid ang militarisasyon,” said dela Rosa in an interview with DZBB radio.

“In the guise of academic freedom daw hinahayaan nila ang mga komunista na magrecruit ng mga kabataang menor de edad sa loob ng kanilang paaralan, kaya malaki ang imbalance ng pagpapabor,” he added. Dela Rosa is chair of the Senate Committee on Public Order and Dangerous Drugs which will look into cases of missing students who police claimed were recruited by left-leaning groups.

“Malaki ang imbalance ng pagpapabor, favored towards the left itong pag-iisip ng ibang mga eskwelahan na ito. Lalong-lalo na itong mga eskwelahan na gobyerno like PUP and UP, dapat hindi ganito. They are using government resources and yet they are producing enemies of the state,” dela Rosa said.

Dela Rosa is confident that if the military and police were allowed to freely talk and indoctrinate students, they would get more recruits than the communists.

“Kung anong indoctrination na ginagawa ng mga komunista doon sa loob, dapat merong indoctrination din yung maka-gobyerno para pantay, magkakaroon tayo ng race,” he said.

“Dapat bibigyan din ng kalayaan ang ating kasundaluhan at kapulisan na makipaghalubilo at magbigay ng kuro-kuro sa mga estudyante doon sa loob at magkakaroon tayo ng race kung sino ang makukumbinsi, mas maraming ma-recruit. Papunta ba sa NPA (New People’s Army) o papunta sa military o sa pulis?” he added.

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