Truth and Lies Of Manny Villar Using the Death of His Brother Danny

March 30th, 201012:27 pm @ elmot

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Truth and Lies Of Manny Villar Using the Death of His Brother Danny




Manny Villar is a big fat presidential liar.

By now, many of us had already memorized some of his campaign jingles though we despise them; only by the sheer fact that we cannot escape the constant bombardment of these songs like the combined Allied Forces trying to recapture the Pacific from the Japanese Imperial Army, that we lay dead and permissive.

But the truth has now come up; the gold had shine from the rock.  The truth about the death of his younger brother Danny that he is using on his political advertisements no lay wide open.

The truth about the death of Danny that Manny Villar lied to us in a nutshell:

William Esposo wrote a comprehensive article about this one; the uncovering of the ugly truth infested with maggots inside the billions of pesos that Manny Villar is pouring on TV and radio advertisements.

Villar says: “Nakaranas na ba kayong … mamatayan ng kapatid dahil wala kang pera pangpagamot (Have you experienced losing a brother because you did not have the money to provide him proper medical care)?

But the truth is that Danny Villar died of leukemia at the FEU Hospital in 1962 for which he was confined for 13 days and people with such kind of disease will really succumb to death during that period as there were not many medical remedies for that disease available.  FEU was one of the top hospitals that time.  Danny’s remains were then turned over to Funeraria Paz, an obviously expensive mortuary.

Villar’s family owned a property on San Rafael Village, a middle-class area that will tell us that his family should have a sizeable income in order to buy such a property; a far cry to what he is saying.  And by the way, Manny Villar studied on private schools.

My thoughts:

  • Villar is a big liar really and we have known this from the start, that not even his billions can hide the stench of his lies.  While he was assailing Noynoy Aquino to be just riding on the “legacy” of his parents Ninoy and Cory, Villar on the other hand capitalized and we may even say disrespectfully used the sad state and misery of his brother Danny to further his personal ambitions.  Here we see the stark difference between the Noynoy and Manny; the light from the shadow.
  • Villar must have been hallucinating to say “Nakaranas na ba kayong … mamatayan ng kapatid dahil wala kang pera pangpagamot (Have you experienced losing a brother because you did not have the money to provide him proper medical care)? and think that this will sway the Filipinos to his side and won for him a seat in the Palace.  Why?  Because this is not and is never a Filipino trait; to let your love ones die in your arms without doing anything.  Most Filipinos even try to commit the nastiest of crimes just for the sake of the welfare of their families.  Villar undermines then the capacity of the Filipino intellect by trying to paint and sway an atmosphere of empathy for him while forgetting that “helplessness” and doing nothing for one’s family more so is never a character of the Filipino people.
  • If Villar can utilize the misery and sad fate of his brother Danny and paint lies just for the sake of political ambitions, how much more can he do towards the Filipino nation?  With the family as the fortress of our character and the source of existence, at least for the Filipino society, how can a man use the sad death of his brother for his political ambition?  And how much can he do to further his clout to power towards total strangers leaves a great room for one’s imagination.
  • While Gloria Arroyo is always all out to protect her kin and always further their welfare to the expense of the nation, Manny Villar does have the guts to use his family for his personal goals and political survival on a highly-contested presidential race.  Let me leave that for you to ponder on.
  • In the spirit of Lent, I remembered that not all that calls God are true believers and followers of God.  And so, not all those who say they are poor really came from poverty and had experienced poverty.

What can you say about this article on Manny Villar faking his political advertisement regarding the death of his brother Danny and using it for his political campaign?

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