Di siya pro-kano. Di rin siya pro-Tsino. Siya ay pro-Pilipino. Kapakanan natin ang nasa isip niya at puso".

Netizen MJ Quiambao Reyes, who has been earning attention for her statements of support regarding the administration of Rodrigo Duterte issued yet another one, this time reagrding the president's action of declaring a separation between the country and the United States of America.

 Lionhearted netizen on Duterte: Di siya pro-Kano. Di rin siya pro-Tsino. Siya ay pro-Pilipino
Composite photos from Quiambao's Facebook, Philstar
She said the  President was trying to confuse the other nations, but pushed that the country should see beyond what he is doing.

"Tingin man ng iba ay isa siyang luko-luko at palalo, tingin ko naman (at dasal ko) ay isa siyang henyo at tunay na may puso."

She said Duterte is well-read. He knows his history and sees his reality.

"Maliban sa sya ay abogado, dalubhasa rin siya sa Geopolitics".

Reyes said that Duterte understands that US and China would never put the Philippines' interest over their own.

"Hindi siya papasok sa giyerang alam niyang wala tayong laban. Hindi niya tayo ibabala sa kanyon." she wrote.

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"Kung ginago-gago tayo ng isang bansa at inaagawan, pasasakayin, bobolahin, at gagaguhin niya rin sila. Tulad nga ng madalas niyang sabihin, gaguhin tayo ng sampu, ibabalik natin ng dalawampu. Tratuhin tayo ng patas, ibabalik sin niya ito ng higit pa."

She is firm in her belief that Duterte is doing what he believes is best for the country  and its people.


"There are many ways to win a war. A great leader is the one who can win one with his mind" she said.

Read full statement of Ms. MJ Quiambao Reyes:
 Lionhearted supporter on Duterte: Di siya pro-Kano. Di rin siya pro-Tsino. Siya ay pro-Pilipino



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