Political analyst slams Leni Robredo for likens WPS dispute to WWII: You are a dangerous woman - The Daily Sentry

Monday, June 11, 2018



Political analyst slams Leni Robredo for likens WPS dispute to WWII: You are a dangerous woman



Vice President Leni Robredo

The controversial issue on the disputed waterway in the West Philippine Sea has been the talk of town and netizens has provided their standpoint and expressed support on how the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte handle issue in order to prevent sparkling further tensions between the Philippines and China.

Political analyst Sass Roganda Sasot who is also known for defending President Duterte from his critics made another fearless attack against Vice President Leni Robredo thru her social media account page For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot for her disgraceful statement.

Sasot had bravely calls out VP Robredo on her recent statement blasting the Duterte administration for not taking a tough stance on China's massive claims in the disputed waters.

"Leni Robredo, you are one big dumb as*h*le."

Sass Roganda Sasot | CTTO
Recently, Vice President Leni Robredo said that China's continued encroachment on the Philippine territory is the most serious external threat to the country as she likened the possible effects to the devastation experienced by the country during the World War II.

Sasot slammed Robredo for associating the historical analogy of World War II to the issue as it may also draw a war as the solution to the tension.

"Do you actually know what you just did? When you said that China is the most serious threat to our country since World War II, you just considered China in the same breath as what Japan was in the 40s."

The pro-Duterte blogger said it the other post that Robredo had just simply conditioning the Philippines for a war.

Check Sasot's full post below: 


Screen grab photo from For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot page | CTTO


Leni Robredo, you are one big dumb asshole. Do you actually know what you just did? When you said that China is the most serious threat to our country since World War II, you just considered China in the same breath as what Japan was in the 40s.

In foreign policy, when you draw on historical analogies, you are inevitably also drawing the solution associated with that analogy. The solution to defeating Japan during WWII was WAR.

You are conditioning our country for WAR. P*****I** KA. TONTA!



Screen grab photo from For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot page | CTTO


THE DANGEROUS WOMAN CALLED LENI ROBREDO

Leni Robredo, as the recent statement that China is the most serious external threat to the Philippines SINCE WORLD WAR II hints to us the foreign policy agenda of the Liberal Party of the Philippines.

The crucial element of her speech is identifying China as an enemy, not just a rival but an enemy equivalent to what was Japan to us during World War II.

With that identification, one can easily infer that the framework of Leni's foreign policy strategy, and therefore of her political party, the Liberal Party of the Philippines, is not just the containment but rollback of China from the South China Sea.

This is way different from the foreign policy strategy of rapprochement and engagement with China that the Duterte Administration is pursuing right now.

Duterte's track is one of conciliation. Issues that arise along the way are considered as wrinkles that could be ironed out with persistent pursuit of diplomacy. Compromise is the eventual goal.

Meanwhile, Leni's track is one of confrontation. Issue that arise along the way aren't wrinkled that could be ironed out but further evidence that China is an ever-growing threat. Hence, we must act to stop that threat. No compromise. Her historical invocation of World War II is quite telling.

War will eventually be the goal, either a war fought through proxies just like what happened between the United States and the Soviet Union, or an actual war like what the United States did versus Japan in the 40s in order to roll back its presence from the South China Sea region.


Maybe this woman doesn't understand the foreign policy implications of historical analogy. Puro kasi meryenda na lang.

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Source: For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot