|Top Story: Philippines President Pledges to Mass Murder People Who Use or Sell Drugs|
|The U.S. has some terrible drug policies, but what’s happening in the Philippines right now is unprecedented. President Rodrigo Duterte was elected last month after promising to wipe out crime and corruption throughout the Philippines, and has encouraged law enforcement, and even civilians, to kill people suspected of selling or using drugs.
Duterte promises to fully pardon anyone involved with the killings, and last week police announced a plan to erect a large billboard outside their headquarters in Manila that will keep tally of all the drug-related killings, which Duterte estimates will reach 100,000.
It would appear that the Philippines is far from being an idyllic spot to live. The insanity of the psychopathic murderer in charge also does not speak too well of the people, either. To me…but neither do our choices. But they must be
animals (sorry, animals, lack of a better w… o wait!) savages! Yes, that’s it, Savages. Freakish things—nodes of the foulest evil energy. Yeesh. The Philippines is right out, now, in my book.
Here’s a Google search:
MANILA — Since Rodrigo Duterte became president of the Philippines just over a month …
Jump to Presidential bid – As early as the first quarter of 2015, Duterte made hints to the media of his intention to run for president in the 2016 elections.
The 2016 presidential campaign of Rodrigo Duterte, then Mayor of Davao City, was announced on November 21, 2015. Rodrigo Duterte had repeatedly refused …
3 days ago – She was just one casualty in President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs that has seen between 320-544 people murdered by vigilante groups …
He appears in almost every picture of presidential aspirant Rodrigo Duterte. Editors cropping photos in newsrooms have dubbed him the national photobomber.
www.independent.co.uk › News › World › Asia
4 days ago – … to worsen as the state engages in an aggressive war on drugs instigated by the country’s hardline president, Rodrigo ‘The Punisher’ Duterte.
Jun 30, 2016 – Rodrigo Duterte takes office as the Philippines’ 16th president, but the traditional “honeymoon” stage for the tough-talking, anti-crime crusader …
5 days ago – Rodrigo Duterte took office as president of the Philippines one month ago on Friday, promising death to drug dealers and a nationwide …
www.theguardian.com › World › Rodrigo Duterte
Jul 1, 2016 – Duterte, 71, won power in a landslide after a campaign dominated by threats to kill tens of thousands in a war on crime.