Ironic! While the critics of the Duterte administration are using women celebs as the face of their advocacies (you know who they are) it would take a woman to expose how pathetic their PR strategy is.
In a Facebook post, Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Laureta Chu began by expressing what she thinks of the PR strategy of the Opposition.
“Your pa woke PR machinery is no match for the real life experiences of many many many Filipinos who have experienced first hand the evils of the NPA.”
Chu remarked that choosing these women as faces and mouthpieces of their “cause” was a huge mistake, just make their “advocacy” even more hilarious to those who have actually lived through these experiences all their lives.
“And choosing women who look like they’ve never even spent one night in a war-torn area, waking up to the sounds of gunfire, just make your “cause” and “advocacy” seem even more ridiculous to those who’ve actually lived through these experiences all their lives.”
Chu belittled the drama and fake anger of wokes over whatever issue – because according to her, they are no match for real life experiences.
“You can have drama and pretend to be outrageously angry over whatever issue—use fascism, use gender issues, use red tagging, use your celebrity and fame—they are—you are—no match for real life experiences.”
Chu cautioned the critics not to overdo things because their desperation to portray as victims might just trigger the REAL victims.
“From drug issues to Dolomites, from mass testing to now red tagging, your desperation to look like victims will just trigger the REAL victims, many who are empowered FOR THE FIRST TIME during the Duterte administration.”
Chu told the wokes what she thinks of them – wokes don’t have the grasp of the significance that, we can talk about the NPAs now, out loud, empowered. She said this is not the case many years ago. Chu said the wokes sense of empowerment is no match for the feeling of being to talk about them now out loud, even wishing for their defeat.
“Hindi nyo Siguro naiintindihan ang significance that we can talk about NPAs now, out loud, empowered. Hindi nyo alam how we could only talk about them in hushed tones because of fear. Your sense of fake empowerment is no match for the feeling of being able to talk about them now out loud, wishing for their defeat. We could never do that before. Many of us are empowered now. Meanwhile kayo ngayon Lang kayo aware, Tapos feeling nyo expert na naman kayo, and that the entire Philippines needs to view na naman the issue according to your prism. Huwow.”
Chu wished good luck to the wokes latest drama.
“Good luck na lang sa bago nyong drama.”
Chu’s remarked many Filipinos don’t care about their dramas even if all the Hollywood stars are on their side.
“Kahit lahat pa ng artista ng Hollywood ang kumampi sa inyo, wala kaming pake.”
Chu ended the FB post by leaving wokes with one question, “Pag mang extort ba Yang NPA, Kayo magbabayad?”
PS: Wearing ethnic Mindanaoan clothes does not mean you know the experience of people from Mindanao. I know you think you represent the Philippines, pero di kasama to.
Source: Krizette Chu