Joma Sison says rebels who kissed Baste wouldn't have enjoyed: Mabaho kasi constipated!

Youngest Duterte son Sebastian "Baste" Duterte and CPP founding chairman Joma Sison / Compiled photo from Google (ctto)

Communist Party of Philippines (CPP) founding member Jose Maria "Joma" Sison responded to President Rodrigo Duterte’s remark about gay members of New People’s Army (NPA) kissing the youngest Duterte son.

Sison said the communist rebels who kissed Sebastian or Baste wouldn’t have enjoyed the experience because he probably smells unpleasant from being constipated.

The exiled communist founder mentioned that Dutertes suffer from chronic constipation.

“If indeed anyone in the NPA molested or took liberties with Baste, he or she would face disciplinary action, aside from experiencing the discomfort in discovering the truth of what Duterte had earlier said that he and Baste are congenital stinkers because the sewage system of their bodies cannot dispose of the waste of their food intakes and they suffer long periods of constipation,”  Sison said in a statement on Sunday.

This tirade from Sison came after the President said that communist rebels allegedly insisted on releasing their hostages or “prisoners of war” to his youngest son, Sebastian or Baste, so they could kiss him.

On Saturday, February 23, in a speech during PDP-Laban’s campaign rally, the President also claimed that some members of the New People’s Army had hots for Baste as around 40 percent of their group was gay.

Sison, on the other hand, said that Duterte’s claim about the number of gay NPA members was "unbelievable."

"How can he make such a survey finding when his military and police minions cannot locate the thousands of Red commanders and fighters in more than 110 guerrilla fronts. These armed revolutionaries reveal their momentary location only when they are already ambushing or raiding his armed minions," he said.

Source: Politiko

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