Chinese Embassy disapproved the draping of Philippine flag: Philippine Hostage Taker

After the hostage taking last Monday now the Chinese embassy strongly disapproved the wrapping of the Philippine national flag on the casket of the lifeless hostage-taker Rolando Mendoza.

The embassy said that the person who deserves a draping of a national flag at funeral is that someone who have done heroism, decency and integrity.

Mendoza does not have these qualities he wreaks act of violence on the innocent hostage lives, the embassy added.

The police hostage taker casket was being half-covered with a Philippine flag at the Tanauan, Batangas and it was showed on TV. Mendoza captured hostage 25 people at the Rizal Park, Manila inside a tourist bus. He himself and other 8 hostages are killed on the hostage crisis.


~ by Frankie on 08/27/2010.

3 Responses to “Chinese Embassy disapproved the draping of Philippine flag: Philippine Hostage Taker”

  1. And what about the Chinese desecration / trespassing in our Spratly Islands??? (Where deposits of oil and gas are beieved to be in abundance) Ganun-ganun nalang ba yun??? Pakshet naman!!!

    Even if all the Filipinos in Hongkong lose their jobs, it wont be the end of the world for us!

    We are a NATION, sovereign and independent, its time we behave like one and show that we have balls, too!

    • Thank you for your time passing here in my blog.
      I know this will be fixed this is not the time to point who really got wrong this is the time to unite so that everything will be fine.

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