"We cannot turn a blind eye to the South Korean government’s act of repression against Filipino nationals. This arbitrary act manifests a lack of respect for the Philippine government and the Filipino nation," Bello said in a statement.
Perhaps he should reflect a bit on the possibility that the reason foreign governments don't respect Pinoys is because Pinoys lack self-respect.
What a laugh. He is even suggesting that the government ban South Korean nationals from entering the country until their government apologises.
Representative Walden Bello of the Akbayan party list also urged the Bureau of Immigration to ban the entry of Korean citizens in the country until the South Korean government apologizes for its actions.
Perhaps it is Bello who should be sensitive to South Koreans who have for the last half century lived under constant threat of being overrun by their belligerent communist neighbour north of the 38th Parallel. A bunch of bozos with known links to an alebeit mediocre Philippine communist "struggle", being deported by a state that achieved mightily in discrediting their "cause" will not find much sympathy in today's world.