Netizen labels people who concluded the President is ill as "know-it-all people"

The health of President Rodrigo Duterte became the major concern of people when he had rest for almost a week.

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With regards to this, a netizen named Bryan Ng Co slammed all the people who diagnosed the sickness of the President and published those in social media.

Co said when he used his Twitter, a person who is not even an oncologist to begin with has diagnosed Duterte with cancer while another unlicensed physician pronounced his death in a snapshot.

"If you check Twitter, you'd find unschooled oncologists who, on Duterte's jacket choice alone, diagnosed him ill with cancer. There was another unlicensed physician who, on snapshots of Duterte last Friday, pronounced him on death's door," said Co in his post.

On the other hand, he also hit a student taking up medicine who said that Duterte's three-day media absence called the longest holiday from work of any country's leader.

"Yet another self-professed med student who, on the president's three-day media absence, called it the longest holiday from work of any country's leader. He asserted that the president wasn't doing anything simply because he hasn't seem him. (How did he know Duterte wasn't doing anything away from the public's eye if he hasn't seen the president?)" he added.

Another celebrity was mentioned in Bryan's post who said that Duterte's martial law was a selfish act.

"And still another, a has-been celebrity, called his recent Martial Law imposition a "selfish act". Though she failed to qualify why she considered Proclamation 216 self-serving.'

Bryan said our sense of entitlement as people has bred two generations of know-it-alls who believe that just because they read Rappler's headlines that they now know everything a President knows.

"Our sense of entitlement as a people has bred two generations of know-it-alls who believe that just because they read Rappler's headlines that they now know everything a President knows. And more.In a population of 100 million, we probably have about 10 million know-it-all little presidents.What's that English saying again? Too many cooks spoil the broth? In RP, we might as well say, too many presidents ruin a country," Co concluded.

As of this writing, the said post has already generated 468 different reactions from netizens.

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