Well-Known Writer, Defended Sass Sasot


Krizette Laureta Chu and her Facebook post (CTTO)


Fresh News: Krizette Laureta Chu, a well-known writer and President Duterte supporter bravely took stand on Sass Sasot against the attacks of anti-Duterte over the issue of the latter's use of the words "minor blogger" to define Jover Laurio, an anti-Duterte blogger behind the Pinoy Ako blog.


This is in regard to Laurio being interviewed by the BBC after she conceded being behind "Pinoy Ako" blog as some pro-Duterte bloggers were undermining to uncover her actual personality.


Yesterday, Sass Sasot a known supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte, confronted BBC correspondent Jonathan Head on the sidelines of the Asean Summit being held at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.


She lamented that the BBC had insulted not just her but the millions of followers and Pro-Duterte supporters when the media outfit interviewed Laurio, covering only one side of the story


Sasot then asked the reporter to explain to her why all of a sudden, a "minor blogger" like Jover Laurio was given that kind of platform and who made that connection possible.


Unfortunately, she got no answer from the BBC reporter.


Now, Sass Sasot is being attacked by anti-Duterte over the issue of calling Laurio a "minor blogger".


Here's Krizette Laureta Chu's side of the story and how she emphasized points and defended Sass Sasot from the oppositions.


Below is her Facebook post:






"To cover up the real issue, the anti Dutertes are attacking Sass Sasot and the issue of her using the words minor blogger to describe Laurio.

How typical that you focus on that.

If I were Sass, I'd ask the same question too and won't let up til I get my answer:

You expect us to believe that BBC, an international news organization who has better things to do with its time and better use of its resources, will look for Jover Laurio and interview her? Because what? What has she done that is significant except attack Duterte supporters, and attack the government?
Nothing. She didn't risk her life to write exposes. She didnt say anything shocking. What she has done is insulted people and called us names.

You expect us to believe BBC sought her out when she's not even as articulate as other smarter anti Duterte people?

Sass wanted to know, and this is the real issue: Who guided the BBC to interview some minor blogger like Jover Laurio? Who was the backer?

And why is the use of the word minor important when it only serves to magnify the ridiculousness of an international outfit like BBC seeking someone like her out?

As a language tool, stressing the word minor serves to highlight the sheer ridiculousness of the Opposition's claim that BBC sought her out. How in the world would they even have heard of her?

What the Opposition has done is appoint Jover as "MOCKINGJAY." Not to hurt your feelings Jover but you weren't the first choice to be their Mockingjay. Yes, exact term. They needed a Mockingjay, and which is why may pakulo sila Trillanes na mag Tindig Pilipinas na may salute na ganon. Nakakadiri. Ang genius nung nag isip. Not.



The Opposition is doing everything to make Jover appear as a rebel, a rallying figure against an "oppressive" government a la KATNISS EVERDEEN.

Too bad she's not a charismatic, articulate type who can organically and naturally rally people to her, a central figure who can do it on her own without needing help from backers to secure interviews.

So, back to Sass' point: Who liaised between a minor player in politics like Jover and BBC? Ang daming problema sa world, Rohingya, feuding Middle Eastern royals, terrorism, etc, and they suddenly have time for Jover? Wag niyo kaming niloloko.

Jonathan Head has interviewed me, but it was because I messaged him my frustration with his coverage. Me, a minor "blogger," who messaged him probably a dozen messages.

I don't think Jover messaged Jonathan herself.

So the question is not if Sass is mayabang.

Granted, "mayabang" siya at mayabang para sa inyo yon kasi mahilig kayo sa submissive Pinoy ka EK ekan:

Sagutin pa rin nila ang tanong: WHO ARRANGED THE INTERVIEW?

Also, second, interviewing Jover and asking what her side is is like interviewing a criminal and asking his side, without asking for the side of the victim.

So, para matahimik kayo, MAYABANG SI SASS. Ok that settles that kasi that's what you want to say.

Now answer the more important questions and stop diverting."



Source:  Facebook/ Krizette Laureta Chu



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1 comment:

  1. It's not kayabangan. We, Filipinos, should stand up for the truth regardless whoever we confront the issue with. The real issue here is who gave access to Jover Laurio to be interviewed by giant media like BBC? Sass is correct to say that Jover was virtually unknown until forced to come out because of T.P.'s genius in tracking down the person behind PAB. Did BBC make its homework prior to the interview? Why BBC failed to get the side of Sass or any of those whom Laurio libeled and maligned? I personally can't see any logic here, except to guess that BBC may be a fan of Fiona.

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