Matapos tawaging “baklain” ang bunsong anak ni Kris Aquino na si Bimby Aquino Yap, sina dating President Noynoy Aquino at kasalukuyang Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista naman ngayon ang kinokondena ng former broadcaster na si Jay Sonza.
Sa kanyang Facebook posts, nagpakawala ng maaanghang na salita si Sonza dahil sa isinulat ng opinion columnist na si Jojo Robles ng Manila Standard tungkol sa pagpapasara sa isang bahagi ng Times Street, sa Quezon City.
Sa Times Street nakatira si Noynoy.
Ikinuwento ni Robles sa Facebook followers at readers niya ang paliwanag sa kanya ni Mayor Herbert tungkol sa planong pagsasara ng Times Street sa mga motorista.
Ito ang paglilinaw ni Mayor Herbert base sa pahayag ni Robles:
"The huge Times Street gates, which will prevent entry into that stretch of road that includes the house of Noynoy Aquino, will not be closed except for 'national security' reasons.
"Bautista defined this as 'unruly' protest rallies in front of the home Ninoy built for Cory and where Noynoy now lives.
"According to Bautista, the gates were requested by the local barangay chairman, who died recently.
"The village head, in turn, was acting upon the urging of his constituents in the neighborhood, who have noted the increasing number of protest actions in front of the Aquino home, especially since Noynoy stepped down as president.
"Bautista added that neither Noynoy nor his sister Kris, with whom the mayor is very friendly, asked that the gates be built.
"The gates will be ordered closed only by barangay officials of West Triangle and their volunteer forces, not by the police or private security guards, whenever they think a rally is in the offing, according to the mayor.
"These neighborhood leaders and their watchmen alone will decide when such a threat exists.
"As for the humongous iron gates themselves, Bautista said he requested that they be designed in accordance with the overall aesthetic of the upscale neighborhood.
"But the mayor admits that he hasn't seen the actual construction site, although he intends to visit soon.
"Bautista explained that the city doesn't really have jurisdiction over Times Street, which is a national road that is managed and maintained by higher government agencies like the Metro Manila Development Authority.
"I forgot to ask Bautista why Noynoy's neighbors, if they really hated the idea of seeing protesters on their street, didn't ask the former president to move out instead.
"Or why the city had to build gates that will practically (or so Bistek says) never close."
Sa kabila ng paglilinaw ni Mayor Herbert na walang kinalaman ang magkapatid na Noynoy at Kris sa desisyong lagyan ng gate ang bahagi ng Times Street, nakatanggap pa rin ng batikos ang alkalde mula kay Sonza, na nagpakilalang residente ng Quezon City.
Pinasaringan rin niya ang mayor na nagpapalakas daw kay PNoy, na kapatid ni Kris, na nali-link sa mayor.
“Reax ko ito bilang isang taga-QC,” simula ni Sonza sa kanyang Facebook post ngayong Miyerkules, Enero 31.
“Eh, sa put*ng in*ng buhay na to Mayor Bistek, bakit kaming mga mamamayan ng QC ang papasan sa gastusin ng gate ng iyong sinisinta at bayaw na hilaw?
“Isinangkalan mo pa iyong matagal ng patay na chairman ng barangay sa kapritso mong ‘gated upscale subdivision.’
“National road to be run and managed by barangay officials and tanod.
"Excuse your ass Mister Bautista, you graduated a course in philosophy from San Beda College, and you know very well that national road are managed by national authorities and not barangay tanod.
“Sa totoo lang sir, Lalo mo lang sinilaban ang sarili mo sa isyung ito. Hindi na maaring gaguhin ang Pilipino ngayon!" ang sumbat ni Sonza kay Mayor Herbert.
Kasunod nito ay nanawagan si Sonza sa mga kapitbahay ni Noynoy na magkaisa para mapaalis sa kanilang lugar ang dating pangulo.
“It's about time that residents of West Triangle Village, Diliman, Quezon City bond themselves together and ask (plead with them or if it is asking too much to demand from) the Aquino Family to leave them in peace.
“YOUR LIVES WILL NO LONGER BE THE SAME NOW AT HANGGANG NANDIYAN SA LOOB NG VILLAGE ANG PAMILYA AQUINO.
“Expect series of mass actions, protest rallies not only in the vicinity of Times Street. The main roads of Examiner, Bulletin, West, Quezon, and other Streets will all be flooded with people and vehicles.
“What with families, friends and supporters of the following victims of the Aquino Administration.
“SAF 44, MILF, YOLANDA VICTIMS, DENGVAXIA VACCINES, SENIOR CITIZENS AND OTHERS WITH AX TO GRIND AGAINST THE AQUINO ADMINISTRATION'S SINS AND MISTAKES OF THE PAST THAT RESULTED IN DEATHS, POVERTY, DISABILITIES AND MASSIVE CORRUPTION.
“Kapag ito at sinabayan pa ng mga masasamang loob, tulad ng mga looters, akyat bahay gang at simpleng basag-ulo, at naku tapos na ang maliligaya at mapayapang buhay nyo.”