Thinking Pinoy exposed some documents he called as "LeniLeaks" exposing the well funded Oust Duterte campaign allegedly initiated by and headed by billionaire Loida Nicolas-Lewis in coordination with Vice President Leni Robredo and other officials.
Thinking Pinoy exposed on his latest post the members of the Yahoo Groups showing the emails of its members who planned to oust Pres. Duterte in a well-planned destabilization campaign against the president.
The Yahoo Group called themselves as Global Filipino Diaspora Council (GFDC) who were composed of the following personalities:
- Billionaire Fil-Am lobbyist Loida Nicolas-Lewis
- Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) Chairman Imelda "Mely" Nicolas, Loida's sister
- CFO Commissioner Jose Molano Jr.
- Inquirer US Bureau columnist Ted Laguatan
- ABS-CBN Europe News Bureau correspondent Atty. Gene Alcantara
- Northern Europe civil society leader Filomenita Mongaya Hogsholm
The conversations including the important e-mails of the groups were downloaded by Thinking Pinoy and he promised to upload all the PDFs in his blog in the next few days. The discovery of Thinking Pinoy was credited to the eagle's eye of fellow Duterte supporter Sass Rogando Sasot who first discovered the message board on Yahoo.
Despite the controversial conversations of the Yahoo Groups, they failed bigtime in security as they failed to make their conversations "private" although it was already set as "Restricted."
The documents and e-mail conversations which are now set to "Private" were already at the hands of some individuals including some netizens who first spotted the post of ThinkingPinoy.
According to Thinking Pinoy and Sass Rogando Sasot the conversations on Yahoo Groups or the documents they now dubbed as "LeniLeaks" is the main reason why there's a constant attack against Pres. Rody Dutere and there's a lot of local and international media attentions in the Philippines to fulfill the plans of VP Leni and Loida Lewis to oust the President.
Know more about the LeniLeaks by visiting the official website of Thinking Pinoy.