How Rappler misled EU, Human Rights Watch, CNN, Time, BBC — the world (Tiglao, 2017). “Mark Twain: a lie can travel around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes”. It is obvious that Filipinos or Fil-Ams alike are subscribing into the lies that “Rappler” has been spreading around the world. Recently, Balitang America just repeated the 7000 human rights figure that has been circulating. According to Tiglao (2017) regular reports from the Philippine National Police (PNP) on “victims in cases of deaths under investigation or investigation concluded” was about all murders and homicides from various cases such as road rage, robbery, or deadly love triangles— and not just those related to the anti-illegal drug campaign. Rappler skewed the information and maliciously classified these deaths as due to Duterte’s war against illegal drugs. PNP recently clarified that the 7,000 figure was very wrong that there were only 2,582 killed in legitimate drug operations currently under which included “all crimes happening on the streets.” It is sad to see that these lies are also perpetuated by elected government official in the outfit of the vice president of the Philippines, Leni Robredo? Going around the world intensifying an agenda driven lies, “over 7000 human rights victims”, backed by fake news (Tiglao, 2017). What is common amongst advocates like Leni Robredo, Ago Pedalizo, Arturo “Art” Garcia (aka Arthur Garcia – CPP-NPA vice chairman) is their desperation to sugar coat crimes using human rights violations. Do you really think that labor organizers were really labor organizer protesting various issues in the Philippines during martial law? It was a proven fact that labor organizers during martial law were real members of the CPP/NPA (Tiglao, 2016). What about the human rights abuses at Hacienda Luisita or the Mendiola massacre? I supposed VP Robredo, Ago Pedalizo or Arturo Garcia were also protesting in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York? I wonder if Tita Raissa Robles included in her book (Martial Law Never Again) the human rights abuses at Hacienda Luisita or Mendiola massacre?