By MANUEL L CABALLERO
INTEREST IN CORRECTING OBSERVED RIGGING OF 2022 PH ELECTION INTENSIFIES; SO FAR, THREE CONSECUTIVE DISCUSSIONS IN SOCIAL MEDIA HELD
The interest of concerned Filipinos at home and abroad about the observed anomalies in the conduct of elections in the PH has been intensifying.
In the past two weeks, two internet discussions and a Zoom meeting were conducted aimed at finding ways to correct the widely-believed rigged 2022 elections, and to find ways to prevent similar practices in future PH elections.
The nascent movement is led by two retired senior officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, two former senior COMELEC officials, a newspaper columnist, and an AI/IT specialist.
During the over two-hour Zoom meeting last night, which was organized and originated in the US, with speakers in Manila, it peaked at over 350 participants. The conference was moderated by a FilAm lawyer and a university lady professor. The leaders are asking Filipinos everywhere, especially in the PH, to join the growing people's initiative so that the movement's end-goals could be achieved.
The speakers alternately explained convincingly how they arrived at the observation that the May 9, 2022 election was obviously rigged.
The speaker centered on the "20 million tabulated and reported votes" that COMELEC showed on TV at first hour on May 9th. The speaker said it was unbelievable and there was no way the numbers were honestly tabulated that fast by the vote-counting machines (VCM) in the precincts.
Two other main subjects discussed were the questionable 28% increase in the total number of voters in 2022 from 3% increase in 2016. The 3rd speaker cited 11 justifications why the COMELEC Commissioners should be impeached by Congress according to the Constitution of the PH. Perhaps, even a thousand justifications cannot make the present legislators in Manila impeach.
The movement is inspired to move forward by the expressed observation by a member of the International Observer Team during the 2022 election who said the sitting president and vice president of the PH are illegitimately elected. (See attached).
This space commends the speakers and organizers of last night's Zoom forum.