Año reminds us that our strength lies in unity, and any attempt to sow division must be unequivocally rejected by all sectors
In the echoes of discord, National Security Adviser Secretary Eduardo Año emerges as a modern-day Roman centurion, standing vigilant against the looming threat to our Republic’s integrity.
The call for secession by former President Rodrigo Duterte has cast a shadow over the Philippines, and Año, with unwavering determination, vows to defend the sovereignty and unity that define our Republic.
Año, a seasoned commander who once led the Armed Forces of the Philippines and served as Secretary of the Department of the Interior and Local Government, brings a resolute force to bear against any attempt to dismantle our Republic.
His statement resonates like the clang of a centurion’s armor, declaring the government will not hesitate to use its authority to quell such attempts.
As the Roman centurion protects the boundaries of the empire, Año emphasizes the importance of national unity, security, and stability.
His words become a rallying cry, urging Filipinos to reject divisive calls and unite behind the principles enshrined in our Constitution.
Año reminds us that our strength lies in unity, and any attempt to sow division must be unequivocally rejected by all sectors.
Duterte, once the leader of our nation, now emerges as the most sinister threat to our security.
His proposal to separate Mindanao from the Philippines, like a dark specter, haunts the principles of democracy and territorial integrity.
Año’s stance, reminiscent of a centurion guarding against a treacherous foe, underscores the gravity of this moment in our nation’s history.
Mindanao’s leaders, recognizing the perilous path suggested by Duterte, raise their voices against secession.
Governors Bai Mariam Sangki Mangudadatu and Datu Pax Ali Mangudadatu stand as beacons of unity, rejecting the idea that division is the answer to the region’s problems.
In their spirit of peace and unity, they emphasize the commitment to democracy and the collective objective of stability and progress for a united Philippines.
The Romualdos, likewise senators of old, brand Duterte’s call as seditious, warning of criminal liability for advocating divisive secession.
Governor Xavier Jesus Romualdo and Rep. Jurdin Jesus Romualdo demand accountability, questioning why, if things were as dire as claimed, action was not taken during Duterte’s six years in power.
In this tale of political intrigue and potential sedition, Año emerges as the Roman centurion commander, embodying the steadfast defense of our nation’s values.
As we stand at the crossroads of unity and division, Año’s call echoes through the annals of history, urging Filipinos to unite behind the banner of our Republic.
The centurion’s armor clinks with resolve, symbolizing the collective strength needed to thwart any attempt to dismember our beloved Philippines.
Let the call be heard across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao – a united front against the shadows of division, protecting the hard-won gains of peace and development.
As we face this pivotal moment, let Año’s rallying cry be our guiding light.
For in unity, we find strength, and in the defense of our Republic, we become the guardians of our nation’s destiny.
United, we stand against the specter of secession, ensuring that the principles of sovereignty, unity, and the rule of law prevail.