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Twitterverse invaded by young pro-lifers who could not attend rally
If some young people were not able to physically attend the Prayer Power Rally today, that did not stop them from bringing the rally to Twitterverse.
Young micro-bloggers tweeted almost non-stop using the hashtag #NoToRHBill about why they were not for the bill.
Gaudette Sunga commented that it is wrong for people to think the Philippines is overpopulated because Metro Manila is not the Philippines, but only a part of the country.
More people, some even abroad, were able to follow the event because of the livestreaming, which several groups set up and broadcasted.
The online group 100% Katolikong Pinoy said, ‘The rain won’t stop us in defending the sacred gift of human life’.
Boom Flores tweeted ‘painting the town red, defend life (referring to the attendees wearing red shirts as a sign of martyrdom for the unborn)’.
Heart Kisset, on the other hand, gave two thumbs up to the attendees who came in droves, referring to the thousands of people who were physically present at the event.
Christine of UST (University of Santo Tomas) tweeted ‘proper family planning is the best thing to do to attain good faith’ (Jandel Posion)