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Here’s a report I got from a very reliable source. Makes sense…

YETI Responsible for Maguindanao Massacre – Andal “Unsay” Ampatuan Jr
By Hektor Harurot, Philippine Daily Inquisition

In an unexpected turn of events, beleaguered Babalu look-alike and notable pygmy warlord, Mayor Andal Ampatuan Jr, recanted his initial statement to the National Bureau of Investigation and cleared the Moro Islamic Liberation Front of participating in the gruesome murder of almost sixty people in the Maguindanao Massacre.

He now accused the Yeti of committing the murders. The Yeti is a legendary creature in the Himalayas. Covered in white fur that is highly coveted in New York high society, the Abominable Snowman, a more derogatory moniker for the Yeti, is reportedly known to attack unprovoked when openly challenged in an electoral contest.

The Yeti or Abominable Snowman is a thought of as a mythological creature (at least before the Maguindanao massacre) and an ape-like cryptid said to inhabit the Himalayan region of Nepal and Tibet. We know now that they can live even in a tropical country like the Philippines.

Ampatuan stressed that he received intelligence reports that during the incident, his men saw the feared imaginary creature driving a backhoe on the day of the attack. Cletus Kanuto III, Ampatuan’s defense lawyer and part-time masseuse, said that his client could not have been in the area when the atrocities occurred since he was receiving his Shiatsu session that Kanuto himself was administering. When asked if they had any proof, Kanuto dug in his pocket and showed a vial with a label that read: “DAISY’S LAVENDER OIL FOR ADDED SENSUAL PLEASURE. BEST USED WITH CANDLE LIGHTS. NOT TO BE INGESTED OR APPLIED IN SENSITIVE AREAS. MADE IN CHINA”

When pressed by reporters that the Yeti only lives in snow-covered Himalayan peaks and that there is no snow in Maguindanao, a defiant Ampatuan enigmatically replied in his trademark scowl, “Wala nga kami snow sa Maguindanao, pero dami kami dun ‘ice.’ Pareho na rin yun.” (We may not have snow in Maguindanao, but we have a lot of ice. That’s just the same). He then winked, and gave a burst of laughter that disturbingly reminded reporters of the Count in Sesame Street.

Meanwhile, Malacañang tried to be optimistic on the matter. Palace spokesman Cerge Remonde said that due to the murders, Palace officials might have unexpectedly found the solution to the exploding population problem of the country. He said that the plan was not yet finalized, but it would require a lot of backhoes and truckloads of armed civilian volunteers. He intimated that the construction of gas chambers in key population sites was also seriously considered, but eventually scrapped due to prohibitively high costs. But when asked for further elaboration, he declined citing executive privilege.

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57 people. Mothers. Brothers. Sisters. Friends. Citizens. Helplessly Massacred. Morbidly Mutilated. Shamelessly buried and left to rot in some abandoned jungle crossroad in Maguindanao. The height of impunity. The abyss of human depravity.

We, the people, do not and will not treat them as mere statistics in the persistent problem of electoral violence in our country whose law and order are at breaking point. We, the people, angrier by the day and burning with righteous hatred like a thousand indignant suns, will not take this most recent act of brutality sitting down, as the agents of our plutocratic system glaze the eyes of justice with half-truths, disinformation and political spin-doctoring. 57 people were ruthlessly killed with government-supplied weapons by a state-sponsored warlord clan. 57 lives were cut short because the government failed and continues to fail in its most basic responsibility to assert the rule of law in our land. 57 passersby became mangled murder victims in the hands of vicious thugs.

A State that cannot protect its own citizens has no reason to exist. A Government that cannot secure the welfare of its people has no right to persist. A Democracy that sustains itself with the rotting gunk from the corpses of its victims is not worth defending. It is, thus, the right and obligation of all citizens to take all necessary means to retake their dignity and freedom from those forces that deny them.

The Maguindanao massacre is the failure of the system – the plutocratic system of privilege, impunity, abuse and blatant power-grab. The military under whose command the militia supposedly operates has miserably failed to protect the citizens. The police – some of whom took part in the killing spree – has no moral and institutional ascendancy to lead in the investigation. The government is completely morally bankrupt and accountable for nurturing this kind of monster in our midst.

The Injustice stops right here, right now. The moment of half-steps and foolish caution has long passed. Time now to act. Boldly. Daringly. And dangerously, if necessary.

We, the people, demand death for those responsible for the Maguindanao Massacre. No less than death penalty! No more and never again.

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