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Socmed personality hits back on Duterte's critics anent the kissing game: Ano to, tanga tangahan na? OA na?

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte and Krizette Laureta Chu | Photo CTTO
The recent visit of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte for a lucrative meeting in South Korea has been quite controversial.

This, after Pres. Duterte was seen kissing a Filipina who, according to reports, has a partner much as the President has.

Negative reactions from the netizens, especially those who are known detractors of the commander-in-chief that tirelessly criticize him, flooded the social media castigating the latter for the said act. This, despite the clarification from the Filipina involved.

In an interview, according to the woman herself who was kissed by the president, Pres. Duterte's gesture with her in South Korea that some people find 'inappropriate' does not mean anything at all to her and has no malice.

Nevertheless, the attacks against the president never seem to cease as some group of activists call such act as misogynistic and immoral.

On the other hand, an alumna of the New York University came to Pres. Duterte's defense.

Krizette Laureta Chu, a well-known staunch supporter of the president, argued that instead of us focusing on the benefits from the president's meeting with the SoKor's government officials, which is the very reason why the country's highest leader of the land was there in the first place, some people choose to make a big deal out of the little things that does not even matter.

'The fact that there was no rancor in South Korea over that, and that diplomatic ties seemed to be fixed during Duterte's visit this weekend, is a good thing to focus on' she said adding 'Another thing to focus on are the trade wins and promises of investment. Which, because you are petty, you will never even mention'.
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'You insist on misogyny and pettiness, thinking it would make us women supporters apologetic about Duterte's ways', she continued.

As per Chu, she would have done the same had she encountered the person she admires.

'Guess what, if I were there, I would have f*cking body slammed my way to the front of line to get a kiss from someone I admire', Chu mentioned.
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For the ones who are making a fuss out of it, her message was 'unless someone who was actually there wrote that the atmosphere was tense and awkward and that everyone felt that the woman was being taken advantage of--then YOU ARE MAKING SOMETHING OUT OF ABSOLUTELY NOTHING'.

Meanwhile, for some who call what the president did as sexu@l har@ssment, she told them:

You know what sexu@l har@ssment is by its very definition? It does not preclude power or hierarchy. I can be har@ssed by a construction worker. Houseboys, taxi drivers, etc can har@ss you. Duterte's position does not automatically mean that having the upper hand means the woman was coerced into it. Ano to, tanga tangahan na? OA na? 

Power is not the foremost ingredient in "har@ssment".
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She also preached about the snowflakes or just anyone who think as though we are not on the 21st century where Maria Clara is no longer relevant.

Grow up. We're not Maria Claras anymore. I would claw my way to get to where Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Chris Evans are to get a kiss. And I will not be judged for it.

Reverse feminism. Thinking women are always the victim in any situation. I am an outspoken and empowered woman, and if a kiss is offered by someone I want, I swoop in for the k!ll. May problema?

The solid Duterte supporter added that the firebrand president is the very symbol of the outdated macho Pinoy that defined three or four generations.

This President is the very symbol of the outdated macho Pinoy that defined an entire generation. Three or four generations, in fact. He is of the "Palibhasa Lalaki" variety. Many Filipino literature depict men of this kind.

Chu pointed out as well that there is no changing him, and that regardless of whoever is willing to shed his bl00d, Duterte would still be the person that he is.

And you will shed bl00d and I will shed bl00d but Duterte will not change. He is two years into the Presidency and he knows he does not act decently. There is no changing him. Not at this age.

Read the full Facebook post of Krizette Laureta Chu:

In January of 2017, South Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo was k!lled inside Camp Crame.

The fact that there was no rancor in South Korea over that, and that diplomatic ties seemed to be fixed during Duterte's visit this weekend, is a good thing to focus on.
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Another thing to focus on are the trade wins and promises of investment. Which, because you are petty, you will never even mention.

You insist on misogyny and pettiness, thinking it would make us women supporters apologetic about Duterte's ways.

Guess what, if I were there, I would have f*cking body slammed my way to the front of line to get a kiss from someone I admire.

So unless someone who was actually there wrote that the atmosphere was tense and awkward and that everyone felt that the woman was being taken advantage of--then YOU ARE MAKING SOMETHING OUT OF ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

You know what sexu@l har@ssment is by its very definition? It does not preclude power or hierarchy. I can be har@ssed by a construction worker.

Houseboys, taxi drivers, etc can har@ss you. Duterte's position does not automatically mean that having the upper hand means the woman was coerced into it. Ano to, tanga tangahan na? OA na?

Power is not the foremost ingredient in "har@ssment."

Grow up. We're not Maria Claras anymore. I would claw my way to get to where Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Chris Evans are to get a kiss. And I will not be judged for it.

Reverse feminism. Thinking women are always the victim in any situation. I am an outspoken and empowered woman, and if a kiss is offered by someone I want, I swoop in for the k!ll. May problema?
Photo CTTO
This President is the very symbol of the outdated macho Pinoy that defined an entire generation. Three or four generations, in fact. He is of the "Palibhasa Lalaki" variety. Many Filipino literature depict men of this kind.

And you will shed bl00d and I will shed bl00d but Duterte will not change. He is two years into the Presidency and he knows he does not act decently. There is no changing him. Not at this age.

HE WILL NOT CHANGE AND WE HAVE ACCEPTED THAT AS LONG AS HE IS NOT A P*RVERT WHO PAYS DANCERS TO PERFORM L3WDLY AT A BIRTHDAY PARTY, OR A SEXU@L DEVIANT WHO HAS A WHIPPING ROOM AND CHAINS WHILE HIS WIFE SUFFERS, OR A POWERFUL BUT LOVELESS VOYEUR WHO PAYS PEOPLE TO HAVE SEX WITH EACH OTHER WHILE HE WATCHES THEM, IN A HOITY TOITY NEW YORK APARTMENT OR HOTEL, PAID FOR MAYBE WITH MY TAX MONEY, WE WILL ACCEPT WHO HE IS.

Only the stup!d expect differently from a man who was voted into power even after he made that rape joke. There's nothing worse that the has said since that rape joke, and he still became President. You think your pettiness about his misplaced machismo will impact the way we view Rodrigo Duterte?

Sure, I wish he changes and be more circumspect and less jokey, but I'll take ten Dutertes over Andy Bautista, LP's l3wd minions, and Noynoy Aquino.

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