MUST READ! Former Malacanang Official To Duterte: 'The president is a master tactician, he knows exactly what he is doing'



A former Malacanang official and journalist said President Rodrigo Duterte is a master tactician and he exactly knows what he is doing.


In a Facebook post, Jose Alejandrino, a former presidential assistant for economic affairs under former president Fidel Ramos and general manager at now-defunct Manila Chronicle, said the President is not changing positions and he knows what he is doing.


"A lot of people get their knickers up by every declaration the president makes. They rush to quick judgments. They conclude the president changing positions. I don't think so. I think the president knows exactly what he is doing. He has shown in the past he is a few steps ahead of the others," he said.


He is merely calibrating on his actions and he is the first one to admit if he did any mistakes," Alejandrino added.


Furthermore, he said that drama is sometimes needed to make a point in order to shock the people and put them later in awe.


"The president is a master tactician. Those who see the big picture understand his moves. Better not to enter into details because then the element of surprise is gone," Alejandrino said.


He urged everyone to just trust him and be part of the solution and not the problem.


Duterte is facing criticisms right now due to his unorthodox way of war against drugs and his colorful comments against prominent personalities.


LET HIM DO HIS JOB by Jose Alejandrino

A lot of people get their knickers up by every declaration the president makes. They rush to quick judgments. They conclude the president is changing positions.

I don't think so. I think the president knows exactly what he is doing. He has shown in the past he is a few steps ahead of the others.

The president is not changing positions. He is merely calibrating them. When he makes a mistake, he is the first to admit it.

Life is too short to get upset over things that are not what they seem. Sometimes you need high drama to make a point. You need to shock to later awe. The president is a master tactician. Those who see the big picture understand his moves. Better not to enter into details because then the element of surprise is gone. In fighting battles, the element of surprise is primordial in winning when the odds are stacked against you.

Just stay cool and watch. Don't get your knickers up. Leave it to him who was elected to do a job. After all, the responsibility is his. If you can't be part of the solution, don't be part of the problem. Unless you crave subconsciously for something to happen that you regret later, in which case you end up hallucinating like some senators we know.


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