Magazine Editor Slams Loida Nicolas-Lewis for Her Statement on LeniLeaks


The magazine editor of Cosmopolitan Philippines, Krizette Laureta Chu slammed billionaire philanthropist Loida Nicolas-Lewis the billionaire backer of the Liberal Party for her statement depending herself on her involvement with the alleged LeniLeaks.


Loida Nicolas-Lewis, the known supporter of the Liberal Party and the losing US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released an official statement wherein she did not only admitted the existence of LeniLeaks but also justified her involvement.

According to Krizette Laureta Chu's response, asked the billionaire philanthropist to stay away from Philippine affairs and not used her standing as an Overseas Filipinos to destabilize the country by mobilizing institutions like the Church and school.

The concerned netizen also reminded the philanthropist not to boast about Lewis College because it's not a charity, it's business. Based on the latest ad of Lewis College, they only offer 100 percent scholarship to Grade 10 First Honor students which is contrary to her statement that 25% of the students are scholars.


Here's the Complete Statement of Krizette Laureta Chu:

To Loida Nicolas Lewis and your ilk,
"Speaking up about the developments in the Philippines" is very, very, very different from ordering your dogs to attack Duterte supporters, call Sandro Marcos stupid, and destabilize the country by mobilizing institutions like the Church and school. 

You and your co conspirators are arrogant, but your arrogance no longer fits today's narrative, where the common man has found his voice and his place in this world. 

You have no right to speak for the struggling OFWs--that waiter in the Caribbean cruise ship--because if you were not so out of touch with reality, you would realize and understand that most OFWs want the change that you so abhor. Also, most OFWs picked Bong bong Marcos, not that I'm happy about it, but that's the truth.

Wag din ibida ang Lewis College because it's not charity, it's business. Maybe a small one by your standards, but it's still business. Your latest ad in your website shows that you only offer 100 percent scholarship to Grade 10 1st honors students. You said 25 percent of your students are scholars. Im sure you can bring that figure much higher without making a dent on your fortune. Eh kung ilibre mo lahat mas mura pa rin kesa sa destabilization efforts mo. Less wealthy Filipinos have bigger foundations and have helped more, I bet.

Keep your hands off our government. A bunch of well fed, wealthy, out of touch seniors wining and dining and plotting in New York because they believe they know best is the last thing this country needs. 

You love the Philippines as you say you do? Then please get out of our government's affairs, share your money with the poor, and support the projects of this government that you believe in. 

Pagawa kayo ng drug rehab center, hire reformed drug addicts and set up a livelihood program for them, give their wives livelihood, set up a scholarship fund for the children of dead policemen who were killed in the line of duty, try nyo lang po. That's being a partner of this government, and then you deserve the right to be called a real partner for change.

Source: Krizette Laureta Chu
 

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