Columnist Hits Hard VP Robredo Told Her to Stop Giving Unnecessary Comments on Every Issue


A veteran columnist of the Manila Standard Jojo Robles, hits hard Vice President Leni Robredo after giving some unnecessary comments which was then picked up by her friends in the media. VP Robredo issued a statement on the bombings in Aleppo, Syria instead of focusing with her job as Vice President.


According to Jojo Robles told the Vice President to stop giving comments on matters that is out of her concerns as the columnist accused the Vice President that due to positive news credited to Pres. Duterte's effort to provide free tuition, free PhilHealth coverage and other achievements, there's no way she can comment negatively to the President.

Instead of focusing with the Vice President's job, VP Leni Robredo issued a statement on the bombings in Aleppo.

Jojo Robles took to social media to show his disappointment with the Vice President as he noted that it is indeed very hard to have a full-time PR campaign but there's no issue against President Duterte, so they thinks of anything they could do to let the VP visible among Filipinos.

The columnist also shared his unsolicited advice to VP Robredo, he said that Robredo's advisers should not prey on any issue if they have nothing to make her say. He added further that VP Robredo doesn't have any duties as VP without a Cabinet post, so she doesn't need any media exposure.


Here's the Complete Statement of Jojo Robles:

Dear Aling Leni: Dahil wala kang maibato nitong weekend kay Duterte kasi maganda ang ginawa niyang pagpondo sa college education at pagsibak sa dalawang taga-Immigration, nagkomento ka naman tungkol sa nagyayari sa Aleppo, Syria.

Mahirap talaga ang may full-time PR campaign ka pero wala namang isyung masakyan. So kung anu-ano nalang ang naiisip ng mga propagandista mo na pakialaman. Palibhasa tuloy-tuloy ang sweldo ng mga iyan at kailangan nilang may maisubo sa mga media outlet na kausap mo sa pagpapalabas ng press release mo kaya, hayan, hanggang Syria nakakarating sila.


Konting payo lang, libre, di tulad ng mamahaling bigay ng iyong mga PR advisers: Hindi lahat ng isyu ay dapat sinasakyan. Pumili ka lang ng advocacy mo at yun ang babalik-balikan mo. Kung walang balita, e di wala. Tahimik muna.


Ang problema mo at ng mga PR strategist mo, naniniwala kayo na dapat araw-araw e nasa media ang pagmukukha mo. Hindi naman yun tama. Baka maumay ang mga tao. Wala namang election campaign. Hindi ka naman presidente pa. Baka lalo pang maasar ang tao sayo at sa mga media na kakampi mo.


Wala ka naman talagang trabaho as VP na walang Cabinet post. Hindi kailangan sobrang exposed ka sa media.


Mag-ikot ka na lang sa kanayunan. Alamin mo ang tunay na nagyayari doon at baka malaman mo pa kung ano talaga ang saloobin at pangangailangan ng mga kababayan natin doon. Baka maiprove mo pa ang political skills mo at tubuan ka ng malasakit na di nakita ng karamihan sa mga kasamahan mo sa elitistang haciendero party na sinaniban mo. 


Malay mo? Baka biglang mawala si Digong, sang-ayon rin sa pangarap, schedule at plano ng grupo niyo nina Loida, ang iyong matagal nang financier at tagapayo. Mabuti na yung handa ka sa trabaho, hindi yung pa-Aleppo, Aleppo ka lang diyan sa Boracay Mansion.


Pera naman namin ang binabayad pa din sayo e, di ba? Suklian mo naman ng konting trabaho na totoo.


PS: Yung mga Pilipinong abala diyan sa isyu ng Aleppo, mga ka-Dilaw mo yan at dati nang kapanalig. Wala kang bagong mare-recruit diyan dahil nga sayong-sayo na ang mga iyan.
Subukan mong pakialaman ang mga problema ng Pilipinong nandito. Baka matuwa pa sila sayo ngayong Pasko, bigyan ka ng regalo: Ang kanilang tiwala at pagsuporta.


Merry Christmas po, mula dito sa laylayan ng lipunan ng sarili mong bansa.


Source: Jojo Robles FB Page


Columnist Hits Hard VP Robredo Told Her to Stop Giving Unnecessary Comments on Every Issue Columnist Hits Hard VP Robredo Told Her to Stop Giving Unnecessary Comments on Every Issue Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 12/19/2016 Rating: 5

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