See how netizen debunks critics' claim that Duterte is 'Tuta ng Intsik, Putin at Trump'

Social media influencer and staunch supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte slammed critics which according to him said the President is "tuta ng mga kano" after singing "Ikaw" during Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) gala dinner "upon the orders of the Commander in Chief of the United States."
According to Mark Lopez' Facebook post,


Nun daw nagpunta ng China si Duts, tuta daw ng mga Intsik!

Nung pumunta ng Russia, tuta daw ni Putin!

Ngayon naman, nung pinakanta ni Trump, tuta ng mga kano!


22 heads of states ang napapunta dito at pinag suot pa ng barong nung gala night.

ASEAN Summit pero nag participate ang US, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Ung Prime Minister ng India, first Indian leader to visit in more than 36 years!

Yung Prime Minister ng Canada, nag take out pa sa Jollibee!

Anak ng kamoteng TUTA naman yan, sobrang petmalu!

Sasabihan ko nga yung misis ko mamyang gabi -

“Swethart, gusto ko sana magkatuta tayo, pueda ba?”


(Credits to Cesar Vigo for the inspiration 😎)
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Meanwhile, in a separate post, Lopez praised how the Philippines has emerged as a prominent voice not just in the Association of South East Asian Nations but in the world stage, despite attempts of destabilization of the opposition.


In an ideal world, this on going ASEAN Summit would have been considered as ground breaking, game changing and paradigm shifting, what with the participation of even the US, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Canada, India, Australia and New Zealand...

There are so many positive take aways that can be highlighted from this momentous occasion, particularly how the Philippines has now emerged as a prominent voice not just in ASEAN but in the world stage.

And this is mainly due to how Rodrigo Duterte has deftly pivoted to pursue an independent foreign policy and likewise assert our country’s strategic importance and impact.

On the other hand, it is quite unfortunate that because mainstream media, international and local, has chosen to become adversarial, the more important issues and achievements of this summit are being buried under a spate of negativity and emphasis on the mundane and the distracting sidelights.

There is indeed a deliberate attempt to downplay the significance of this summit, and reduce its impact to the point of embarrassment for us Filipinos.

And sadder that it is being undertaken by our own fellow men, they who really can’t accept that we rejected them and that their time in power is over.

So let’s no longer belabor the obvious, but let us also be very vigilant and discerning.

This is a time to be a very proud Filipino, and to stand side by side with our leadership in showcasing the world what we really stand for and what we desire to be in our place in the global community.

Go Team Pilipinas! πŸ‘ŠπŸΌπŸ‡΅πŸ‡­πŸ‘ŠπŸΌ