A Blogger lambasted Sara Elago, “BAKIT SARAH ELAGO, IKAW BA NANAY NAMIN? IKAW BA NAGPAPA ARAL NG MGA ANAK NAMIN?”
Surely, we all know that the government is currently talking about implementing the ROTC, however, there are some netizens who were not in favor to implement this because some of them believe that it will only teach the youth how to do bad things.
On the other hand, Krizette Laureta Chu lambasted Sara Elago, who is one of those people who complain not to implement the ROTC.
She said that before the world doesn’t show any care to the opinions of the students, but now, they were the one who was decided whether they can do ROTC or not. She also advised the government that they should be the one to implement the ROTC and parents can complain if they don’t want to, but don’t ask the students if what they want on their lives. She also said that there are things that should be asked and there is also that should not.
Chu also said that students in high school don’t have the rights to say what they don’t want to do. They were not the one who pays on their tuition.
She told that it is unfair to them when they are still in their younger years that the government didn’t ask what they want to do.
Chu also said that if parents want to implement the ROTC, then the government should implement this. But the problem right now is that all of the opinions of Sarah Elago was what heard by many which are wrong, for her, because she was not everyone’s mother who gives allowance and tuition for all of the youth.
Read the full statement of Krizette Laureta Chu:
Tanungin daw yung kabataan kung OK Lang mag ROTC sa kanila, sabi ni Sara Elago na akala mo nanay nating lahat.
Iba na talaga ngayon. Dati yung world walang paki sa opinion ng studyante. Students studied, parents parented, and authorities authorated.
But now we’re fucked because kids who don’t even know the pains and joys of this life, nor how to travel alone, nor do budgeting at home, are supposed to decide for themselves if they can do ROTC. Wow ha. Are they even out of their baby bras yet.
Next time government, decide if there’s ROTC AND DONT ASK US, and parents can complain if they don’t want to. Pero wag nyong matanong tanong ang mga estudyante kung ano gusto nila sa buhay. WAG GANON. May mga bagay na dapat tinatanong, may mga bagay na dapat dinedesisyunan nyo na.
American parents kayo na super puro dialogue sa mga junakis ang priority?
Students in high school have no right to say what they don’t want. Hindi naman sila nagbabayad ng tuition nila. Unfair naman ata sa amin na never tinanong kung gusto namin nung bagets pa kami. o don’t remember being asked about my opinion on anything
If parents want ROTC, then we should have ROTC.
Problema kasi ngayon, lahat lahat opinion ni Sarah Elago ang importante.
BAKIT SARAH ELAGO, IKAW BA NANAY NAMIN? IKAW BA NAGPAPA ARAL NG MGA ANAK NAMIN?
Nakakahiya naman sa mga bata na sobrang powerful at entitled ngayon.