To those who seemingly sidestepped common sense and elementary logic by crucifying instant celebrity Jeane Lim-Napoles: can they actually find any distinction between her and other “children of gods?”
Daughters of god No. 1: Imee and Irene Marcos, children of so-called “Marcos Conjugal Dictatorship” whom opposition leaders (including parents of President Benigno C. Aquino III) have accused of emptying the government’s coffers.
Daughter of god No. 2: Jackie Ejercito-Lopez, daughter of convicted plunderer-and-now-Manila mayor Joseph “Erap” Estrada.
Daughter of god No. 3: Luli Macapagal-Arroyo, daughter of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo who is currently facing multiple graft and corruption cases.
Daughter of god No. 4: Camille Villar, daughter of former Senator Manny Villar who was allegedly involved in the controversial C5 extension project.
Daughter of god No. 5: Senator Nancy Binay, whose mother former Makati Mayor Elenita Binay was accused of plunder for the alleged anomalous purchase of furnitures amounting to 72 million pesos.
…..and espeysal mention, Daughter of god no. 6, pa-socialite Divine Lee, daughter of businessman Delfin Lee of Globe Asiatique who is accused of duping the Pag-ibig housing fund in the tune of 7 billion pesos.
Although some of these “children of gods” have not flaunted their riches online, it is public knowledge that they enjoyed “social latitude” at some point of their lives. But to assume that they have any hand in the wrongdoings or alleged unscrupulous dealings of their parents, self-righteous individuals have clearly trampled their right to be presumed innocent (a right that even the worst specie of criminals are entitled to).
In the end, Jeane Lim-Napoles’ only mistake could be her propensity to post photos on social networks such as Tumblr and Instagram.