PCOO exec burns Raissa Robles: She has long ago unmasked herself for the toxic creature that she is! - The Daily Sentry

Sunday, July 8, 2018



PCOO exec burns Raissa Robles: She has long ago unmasked herself for the toxic creature that she is!



Raissa Robles, photo from News Portal
Social media personality, doctor and Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Undersecretary Lorraine Marie T. Badoy blasted the journalist and well-known yellow supporter Raissa Robles, Saturday.

This after the latter posted an eyebrow-raising statement about Usec. Badoy's body on her Facebook page that reads,

Uy. Bakit, Mae P. Paner pumapayat ka, habang si Lorraine Marie T. Badoy tumataba?

The pro-Liberal Party's vocal staunch supporter's post backfired Robles after her statement aimed at Badoy seem to nullify her so-called fight against misogyny that gave birth to the hashtag #BabaeAko.

Yesterday, July 7, the greatly admired PCOO Usec managed to give Raissa's post a reply it deserved.

In a Facebook post, Usec. Lorraine gave Robles a taste of her own medicine.

"A few days ago, Raissa Robles wrote that I was getting fat and posted it on her wall then tagged me. I decided to ignore it", she started.

"But I’ve had time to think about it and decided to give my two cents about hateful attacks online", Dr. Badoy added.

According to the pro-Duterte doctor, she's the wrong person to shame due to her love for her body.

"I am the wrong person to fat shame bec I happen to love my body. (Does this woman not know I post my bikini photos?hello? lol )", she wrote.

In addition, the PCOO Usec mentioned that she love every bit of knowledge she have about herself, 'unapologetically'. Of which something that Raissa Robles is not aware of, as per Badoy.

"It is my season of fullness where pretty much everything I know about myself I love. Unapologetically. Something Raissa Robles obviously has no idea of", she said.

The undersecretary who became a social media personality because of her support for Pres. Rodrigo Duterte also highlighted the amazing things she was able to do with her body.

"I have done amazing things with this body—climb mountains, swam oceans, ran the New York Marathon with it, gave birth to three of the most beautiful children I know, embraced friends and lovers", said Badoy.

Later, she began answering Raissa's body-shaming statement, head on.

"Raissa Robles has long ago unmasked herself for the toxic creature that she is. Someone purely motivated by Hate. She has written herself to irrelevance so no one reads her. (The last time I read her was maybe 4 yrs ago.) She has become, quite frankly, a bore.", said Badoy. 

She mentioned as well that it makes her wonder how one can criticize another when in fact it is themselves who are even more flawed, to begin with.

Pero dito ako bilib na bilib sa mga ito –pag nanglalait sila ng itsura when it’s obvious they’ve not known a day of beauty in their lives. And to fat shame someone when their physiques are lumpy sacks of potatoes.

Seriously, what is up with that?


I find it interesting--and hilarious.


For Badoy, people like Robles who are motivated by hate cannot help it.

They think it’s about you or the President or the people who support the President but it isn’t.


It‘s about how they refuse to deal with the rot of their personal issues and then bring forth this rotten hate into the world.


The only thing she can bring to the table is hate because this is all she has. She is drowning in hate. Surely you see this with this creature. It is as clear as day.


On another note, the doctor shared a lesson that she learned.

And so I’ve learned that the kindest thing you can do to this hurting world of ours is to work on your personal issues.

People like Raissa Robles serve as cautionary tales because at a certain point in your life, you’re going to get the face you deserve.


Prior concluding, she left an impacting message about improving one's self. 

So work on your personal issues.


Or else ugliness will be your lot. Your inner world finally externalizing itself –for all world for all to see.


Read Usec. Lorraine Badoy's complete Facebook post below:
Lorraine Marie T. Badoy, photo from Facebook
A few days ago, Raissa Robles wrote that I was getting fat and posted it on her wall then tagged me. I decided to ignore it. But I’ve had time to think about it and decided to give my two cents about hateful attacks online.

I am the wrong person to fat shame bec I happen to love my body. (Does this woman not know I post my bikini photos?hello? lol )


It’s really too late in the day to try to make a full grown woman like me, someone who has traveled through life and learned so much about herself hate herself.


It is my season of fullness where pretty much everything I know about myself I love. Unapologetically. Something Raissa Robles obviously has no idea of.


Also, I’ve been a long distance runner for decades now (I tuck in a run 4-5x a week)—that’s basically having a love affair with my body on a daily basis. Any runner knows this.


I have done amazing things with this body—climb mountains, swam oceans, ran the New York Marathon with it, gave birth to three of the most beautiful children I know, embraced friends and lovers.


And I have great fun making myself beautiful everyday. Ohmygudnas, the love I have for my body is generous. The pampering I give it with luxurious massages and body scrubs and facials on a regular basis speaks of just how much I love this little body of mine.


And I feed myself so well now. The season of loathing my body and feeding it crazy diets is long past.


Raissa Robles has long ago unmasked herself for the toxic creature that she is. Someone purely motivated by Hate. She has written herself to irrelevance so no one reads her. (The last time I read her was maybe 4 yrs ago.) She has become, quite frankly, a bore.


Pero dito ako bilib na bilib sa mga ito –pag nanglalait sila ng itsura when it’s obvious they’ve not known a day of beauty in their lives. And to fat shame someone when their physiques are lumpy sacks of potatoes.


Seriously, what is up with that?


I find it interesting--and hilarious.


Let me tell you something about hate that I’ve learned though—being the object of it often.


People like Raissa Robles who are motivated by hate cannot help it.


They think it’s about you or the President or the people who support the President but it isn’t.


It‘s about how they refuse to deal with the rot of their personal issues and then bring forth this rotten hate into the world.


The only thing she can bring to the table is hate because this is all she has. She is drowning in hate. Surely you see this with this creature. It is as clear as day.


And so I’ve learned that the kindest thing you can do to this hurting world of ours is to work on your personal issues.


People like Raissa Robles serve as cautionary tales because at a certain point in your life, you’re going to get the face you deserve.


So work on your personal issues.


Or else ugliness will be your lot. Your inner world finally externalizing itself –for all world for all to see.


Below is Raissa Robles's actual Facebook post:

 
Here are some of comments of the netizens on Raissa's post:





Source: Lorraine Marie T. Badoy