PADEM traced to Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) According to the AFP

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Recently an open letter had been posted on the blog Pinoy Abrod claiming to have been penned by a combined force of PNP and AFP ranked officials calling for President Duterte to be ousted from the presidential chair and be held “accountable for gross crimes in betrayal of public trust and in violation of national sovereignty and democratic rights of the Filipino people.”

Then they proceeded to urge Filipinos to unite and condemn Duterte, followed by a pledge to support the new administration based on the 1987 Constitution and the rule of law should Duterte be deposed.


The ouster was signed suspiciously by the obvious pseudonym Antonio Bonifacio.

The suspicion appeared to be well-founded as a military cyber-security expert yesterday said that the open letter had been traced to a certain Jon Bustamante from the Netherlands, someone who has close ties to Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder and chairman Jose Ma. Sison who is also conveniently staying in the same country.

Said the cyber-security expert who requested for his identity to be kept anonymous since he is not allowed to talk to the media,  Bustamante was the one who uploaded the statement against Duterte from the so-called PADEM or Patriotic and Democratic Movement on wedcadre@yahoo.com, an Utrecht-based social domain.

The military was able to establish that this Jon Bustamante has close ties with Sison, who admitted to share the sentiments of PADEM’s statement.

According to authorities, the purpose of the statement was to create a huge gap between the AFP and PNP, after which the CPP planned to ride the waves of peace and order concerns currently flooding the country.

AFP Spokesperson Brig. Gen. Restituto Padilla very firmly declared on Tuesday that the AFT denies any connection with PADEM or their ouster. 

The PNP also released a statement denouncing PADEM and promising to fight any attempts to bring down the Duterte administration.

CPP founding chairman Joma Sison’s reaction was faster than lightning as he immediately responded by slamming the AFP for what he called the singling out of an OFW worker, referring to Bustamante, as the singular source of a plan to destabilize the Duterte administration.


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