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Antonio Trillanes IV claps back at Robin Padilla’s post against him

Former senator Trillanes answered Robin Padilla when the latter challenged him to go to the West Philippine Sea.

  • Trillanes stated that he has been in the WPS multiple times and even caught Chinese poachers.
  • Both have been previously convicted for different matters in the past. 

Former senator Antonio Trillanes IV reacted to Robin Padilla’s statement on his Twitter account.

Bothered by the politician’s response to his comments about taking action rather than complaining against the government, Padilla then challenged him to visit the West Philippine Sea to prove his patriotism.

“Sinabi na ni pangulo na nagtake over na ang China sa South China Sea/West Philippine Sea, bakit hindi ka don magmatapang? Gusto mo samahan na kita para isang magdalo at may pag-asa katipunero ang mag umpisa ng kabayanihan don,” Padilla wrote on his lengthy Instagram post.

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Mr Antonio Trillanes who was educated by our taxes then after he took over oakwood planting C4 explosives endangering civilian lives taking makati as his hostage not once but twice. Mr Trillanes, unang una wala akong sinabi na magtrabaho. pangalawa schoolmate sa Siena College Kung sa pagiging perwisyo sa Inangbayan ay nagunguna ka sa dami ng kudeta mo na lahat ay surrenderie ka naapektuhan lang ang economia ng Pilipinas kaya talo na naman ang taongbayan pero ikaw ay panalo dahil naging senador ka parang nagoyo mo lang ang ibang mga Pnoy sa personal mong agenda katulad ng ginagawa mo pa rin ngayon. Pakiusap wag mo ako idamay sa away ninyo sa Pulitika dahil hindi ako pulitiko at lalong hindi ako kandidato sa 2022 na katulad mo. I call myself revolutionary because i do not join governments i fight governments and that is what president duterte and this government is doing fighting the system of government and its oligarchs that was founded by the Magdalos of Emilio Aguinaldo. Talagang outside the normal ang ginagawa ni PRRD dahil talagang kumakasa siya sa lahat ng pinaglilingkuran mo. Hindi ka lang napagbigyan ni mayor prrd na maging vice president candidate niya nag huramentado kana at parang kang bata na nagngangangawa. Puro batikos puro ka reklamo puro ka hamon dito hamon don napalaban kana ba talaga? Sinabi na ni pangulo na nagtake over na ang china sa south china sea/west philippine sea bakit hindi ka don magmatapang gusto mo samahan na kita para isang magdalo at may pag asa katipunero ang mag umpisa ng kabayanihan don. Mr trillanes pinili ko ang pagkapilipino ko at karapatan ko ang magsalita laban o pabor sa inyong mga pulitiko! Karapatan ko ang mamili ng aking susuportahan at lalabanan na pulitko. Hindi kita inaano o binabangga magmula ng hindi kana senador bilang respeto sa iyong pamilya kayat umayos ka rin.

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The actor also asked Trillanes to not include him in his battle in politics as Robin said that he is not a politician. He said that will not run for a position in the 2022 elections, unlike the latter.

Trillanes then answered that he has visited the West Philippine Sea a couple of times and even had the chance to catch Chinese poachers in the area.

“Kayo ng amo mong si Duterte ay kahit ROTC ay di nyo naranasan. Puro lang kayo yabang.”

Netizens then supported Trillanes’ tweets and commended him for how he “roasted” the action star and for his “power and dedication” to serving the country.

https://twitter.com/MikaFullbuster_/status/1292837150090657792

Another netizen even said that Robin is not on Trillanes’ level as the former is just a “cockroach.”

“This is how you perfectly answer an idiot like Robin Padilla.”


Trillanes was detained for almost seven and a half years after the 2003 Oakwood Mutiny controversy while Padilla was convicted for illegal possession of firearms in 1994.

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