Angry Netizen Challenges BIR to check Records Regarding Renato Reyes' Tax Contributions








BAYAN Secretary General Renato Reyes has been a prominent figure in militant protests, and has been active on streets rallies against several Philippine government administrations past to present.


In a Facebook post dated July 4th, the page Leni Robredo's Fashion Diary called out the Bureau of Internal Revenue to check their records regarding the activist leader's contributions. 

Here'e the post

Dear Bureau of Internal Revenue Philippines, can you please check your records-- Magkano na ho ang milyones na naiambag na buwis nitong si Renato "Rally is Life" Reyes. Worth it ho ba naman ang contributions niya sa lakas ng ngawa, reklamo at panghaharang niya sa daan tuwing nag rarally sila?
National Anti-Poverty Commission Secretary Liza Maza, galaw galaw... Nasa gobyerno ka na pero yang groupo mong Gabriela, Kadamay, etc... nasa kalye pa rin? 2017 na, kalye pa rin?
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#BIR
#TaxPayerKaBa


"Magkano na ho ang milyones na naiambag na buwis nitong si Renato "Rally is Life" Reyes. Worth it ho ba naman ang contributions niya sa lakas ng ngawa, reklamo at panghaharang niya sa daan tuwing nag rarally sila?"

"How many millions has this Renato "Rally is Life" Reyes contributed in taxes? Is it worth all the noisy rants, complaints and road blockage they cause every time they have a rally?"

At the same, Liza Masa, another ever-present face among rallies and protests and current Secretary of the National Anti-Poverty Commission, has not escaped the netizen's ire.

"National Anti-Poverty Commission Secretary Liza Maza, galaw galaw... Nasa gobyerno ka na pero yang groupo mong Gabriela, Kadamay, etc... nasa kalye pa rin? 2017 na, kalye pa rin?"

"National Anti-Poverty Commission Secretary Liza Maza, start moving... You're already [working] in the government, but your groups Gabriela, Kadamay, etc...are still in the streets? Already 2017, still the streets?"

The said post has understandably gathered a myriad of responses from other Facebook users.
One netizen says, “ iyan ang trabaho niya mag nga ngawa diyan siya kumikita ng malaki eh.... wala namang nagustuhang presidente ang mga iyan... mga bayaran iyan at sila ang mga tuta ng politiko...” 

[That’s his job, complaining [sic] that’s where he earns a lot. They have never been satisfied with any president. They are paid lackeys and lapdogs of politicians.]
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