Every report sent counts. Upon further research, the petition to destroy MOCHA USON BLOG for ruining the plans of the Liberal Party to besmirch Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, under the disguise of “spread fictitious and false information about pressing issues in the Philippines, from the role the USAID plays in the country to malicious and false news concerning other government officials, eliciting unwarranted hate from the public,” is perpetrated by a certain Paul Christian Quilet, from Makati City.

He is suspected to be friends with prominent Liberal Party supporters and judging the actions, is a supporter himself of the party.

Unfortunately for Quilet, Mocha has as much right to say things, be they factual or speculation, as much as Quilet can make claims.

To silence one because his views are crossed by Uson is a contradiction of democracy.

This act alone runs afoul of policies by Change.org. Particularly of the following:

No hate speech – We’re fans of free speech, but we don’t allow hate speech. Hate speech is typically the advocacy of beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people based on characteristics such as their age, color, disability, ethnic origin, gender identity, nationality, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, medical condition, or veteran status.

Don’t bully – You can be influential and respectful at the same time. When working to persuade decision makers and other users, focus on people’s actions rather than their personal characteristics. While we expect debate and disagreement, we don’t tolerate abuse, stalking, threats, trolling, or any form of bullying.

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Three strikes are seen for Quilet’s petition. Discriminating Uson for speaking contrary to his views, which he perceive as lies and national division, when his views pale in comparison to Uson’s own followers. Bullying, for using an established system for selfish desires, and making questionable claims, and breaking the law, as freedom of speech is guaranteed to all. Asking an establishment to shut down a page for such things is nothing more than dictatorial, a glaring contradiction to the democracy they so love to gloat.

Unlike Quilet’s paltry claims over Uson, he definitely has a reason to be shut down.

And that’s what we’re gonna do here.

In fact, Change.org encourages people to report suspicious petitions.

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STEP 1: Visit the petition here.

A ridiculous contradition to democracy. STEP 2: LOGIN using Facebook or your preferred method. Do not touch anything else, especially the right pane, where Sign this petition is.

Paul has descended into what we call 'democrazy.' STEP 3: Scroll down until you see the link called “Report a policy violation”. Click the aforementioned link. A modal window will appear.

Let's put a stop to his shenanigans. STEP 4: Select the abuse type. In his case, it’s “Abusive or hateful”. “Misleading or spam” is also a possibility, but the former is more accurate.

Make your report accurate, concise and straight to the point. STEP 5: Now explain why Change.org should throw out the petition. Make it explained, well-detailed and preferably cite laws or the constitution of the Philippines. Also strike down Quilet’s claims to convince the reviewing panel. The word provided in the illustration is simply an example.

The quality of the report is everything. STEP 6: Finally, click Submit and make the report.

Every report sent counts. STEP 7: ???

STEP 8: Profit! Tell all others and share this article to those who support Mocha Uson and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.

STEP 9: Sign the counter-petition that will expunge Paul Quilet’s own petition.

Too bad Paul coudn't understand what real democracy meant. UPDATE:

Exercise caution and read instructions carefully to avoid cases where the petition is signed by mistake. Though there is a way to delete a petition, Spratlys’ Charade is not responsible for errors made by the user.