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Bubu
26th October 2016, 04:27
https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2016/sep/06/rodrigo-duterte-calls-barack-obama-a-son-of-a-whore-video


http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/10/philippines-duterte-tells-obama-hell-161004144441736.html

he also curses the pope gives the EU the middle finger, Dared the CIA to oust him.

Declares " I am no american lap dog" "dont trest me like a dog on a leash and then throw bread out of reach.

Bubu
26th October 2016, 04:31
"US: Duterte sparking distress around the world"

Of course this is very bad for the elite for a nation leader to be an example of disobedience to the PTB, others might follow him.

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/147744/us-duterte-sparking-distress-around-the-world

Bubu
26th October 2016, 04:34
“Tener Cojones”
It is what our world leaders need!

http://liveinthephilippines.com/content/tener-cojones/

Im not proud of his bad mouth but boy I am proud of his courage. One aid tells of how Duterte relates to them that he might not finish his term. He new that the ptb can oust him or worst take him out but despite that he choose to do what he needs to do

lucidity
26th October 2016, 10:38
I hope he continues... and i hope he gets away with it.

I also find it hugely amusing that Duerte T-Shirts have started appearing on ebay
See here:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Duterte-2016-IRON-FIST-T-shirt-White-/291853930184?var=&hash=item43f3d98ec8:m:mcsDpAehEIMrKyygr1VBqJw

I expect the leadership of North Korea are enjoying this spectacle.
There might be opportunities for an alliance between the two countries.

Now imagine this scenario: Someone,... China/Russia/North Korea
... sells or gives... long range nukes to the Philippines.

Yet more tensions in Asia.... yet more nukes being distributed around the globe.

Baby Steps
26th October 2016, 10:50
According to a Max Kieser (RT) interview last night, Duterte was interfered with as a boy by a Catholic USA Priest...

Bubu
26th October 2016, 11:09
http://thestandard.com.ph/news/-main-stories/top-stories/219537/duterte-is-right-estrada-insists.html

Former philippine president estrada fears that the US gov. will out duterte. He claims that US initiate his ouster when he refuse to listen to former president clinton to stop the all out war against a local terror group. What??? the US gov.protecting the terrorist group? Unfortunately for the US duterte enjoys a very high approval rating locally. Highest than any local politician ever. That no local group will dare try to oust him. Meanwhile duterte has almost always have something against the US in every public speech. Like trying to coax others to join him. So it leaves the ptb with probably a drone or a plane crash. On the other hand he has become popular enough in other countries that he receives a red carpet wherever he goes.
And yes he wants US military out of the philippines and threatens to go to China and russia. He was at china last week and russia difinitely welcomes him

"Please formulate your wish list. What kind of assistance do you expect from Russia and we will be ready to sit down with you and discuss what can and should be done," Ambassador Igor Khovaev told GMA News' Rida Reyes in an exclusive interview.


http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/585863/news/nation/russia-ready-to-assist-phl-envoy

Daozen
26th October 2016, 11:19
Have you seen any tangible benefits/results in your local area, Bubu? As in better trash collection, safer streets, more jobs, less drugs, better access to food and education? It's easy enough for a political strongman to grandstand and deliver firey speeches, but what about results? Duterte is interesting enough, but I wonder how much of his speeches are real, and how much is empty posturing. I hope he proves me wrong, but I remain doubtful.

At least it's interesting. Thanks for opening this thread.

Star Tsar
26th October 2016, 11:31
A recent interview with Al Jeezera

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lucidity
26th October 2016, 11:54
According to a Max Kieser (RT) interview last night, Duterte was interfered with as a boy by a Catholic USA Priest...

or maybe Duterte's reaction to the USA is based on the USA's history
of equipping and training terrorists to destabilize and overthrow sovereign nations...
Honduras, Panama, Nicaragua, Columbia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Syria,

I bet he's thinking, like the rest of us are thinking: Who's going to be next ?

lucidity
26th October 2016, 12:01
Why is he talking to Aljazeera ?

What religion is Duterte ?
He was molested or raped by a catholic priest, so he's christian? .. or is that assumption a leap too far ?

Baby Steps
26th October 2016, 12:29
Why is he talking to Aljazeera ?

What religion is Duterte ?
He was molested or raped by a catholic priest, so he's christian? .. or is that assumption a leap too far ?

Hi, yes-most Philippinos are Catholic.

Malaysia, Turkey, Philippines, maybe Germany - all turning away from USA
I bet the Japanese have no illusions about what transpired at Fukushima. Saudis not happy. It's an exodus.

Sophocles
26th October 2016, 12:38
From journal-neo.org (http://journal-neo.org/):

Will “They” Really Try to Kill President Duterte? (http://journal-neo.org/2016/10/17/will-they-really-try-to-kill-president-duterte/)

Rodrigo Duterte, the outspoken President of the Philippines has by now, most likely, joined the concealed, prestigious and permanent hit list of the Empire.

http://ru.journal-neo.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Rodrigo-Duterte-300x200.jpg

The hit list is very long; it has already been long for several decades. One could easily lose count and get confused: how many personalities have been marked and secretly condemned to death? How many of them actually died?

It reads like a catalogue of illustrious world leaders: from Patrice Lumumba (Zaire), Mohammad Mosaddegh (Iran), Hugo Chavez (Venezuela), Sukarno (Indonesia), Juvénal Habyarimana (Rwanda), Salvador Allende (Chile) to Muammar Gaddafi (Libya), Al-Basheer (Sudan) and Fidel Castro (Cuba), to name just a very few.

Some were directly assassinated; others were ‘only’ toppled, while only a handful of ‘marked’ leaders actually managed to survive and to stay in power.

There were several grave crimes committed by almost all of them, very similar crimes. They include: defending the vital interests of their nations and people, refusing to allow the unbridled plunder of natural resources by multinational corporations, and standing against the principles of imperialism. Simple criticism of the Empire has also been often punishable by death.


Full article (http://journal-neo.org/2016/10/17/will-they-really-try-to-kill-president-duterte/)

Bubu
26th October 2016, 18:25
Have you seen any tangible benefits/results in your local area, Bubu? As in better trash collection, safer streets, more jobs, less drugs, better access to food and education? It's easy enough for a political strongman to grandstand and deliver firey speeches, but what about results? Duterte is interesting enough, but I wonder how much of his speeches are real, and how much is empty posturing. I hope he proves me wrong, but I remain doubtful.

At least it's interesting. Thanks for opening this thread.

He was the mayor of this city, davao for more than 20 years. we migrated here 3 years ago. According to mainstream news its the fourth safest city in the world. http://www.sunstar.com.ph/davao/local-news/2015/06/23/davao-now-4th-safest-city-414856. and I agree basing on my observation since I was here. There are talks around how this place was like a battle ground of gangster. I can still observe it on how people behave. with fear. I thought they are so paranoid because we can leave gate and doors open from night till morning. but then I learned the real story. That this place is indeed a dangerous place before Duterte became mayor. And yes food is cheap. Very little corruption in the public service area. This is probably the only place in the Philippine where you cant bribe a police officer. Rules such as no smoking in public places are implemented. People around here love duterte. He is one of the rare public official who is sincere to bring about good change for the people.

Bubu
26th October 2016, 18:34
According to a Max Kieser (RT) interview last night, Duterte was interfered with as a boy by a Catholic USA Priest...

or maybe Duterte's reaction to the USA is based on the USA's history
of equipping and training terrorists to destabilize and overthrow sovereign nations...
Honduras, Panama, Nicaragua, Columbia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Syria,

I bet he's thinking, like the rest of us are thinking: Who's going to be next ?

you are most probably correct. There was talks around that when he is still a mayor of this city an american was involve in an explosion in a hotel. When Duterte men came to arrest him he was help by what believe to be FBI agents to escape.

http://la.indymedia.org/news/2002/11/22253.php

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/14/world/asia/philippines-president-rodrigo-duterte.html?_r=0

Bubu
26th October 2016, 18:38
Why is he talking to Aljazeera ?

What religion is Duterte ?
He was molested or raped by a catholic priest, so he's christian? .. or is that assumption a leap too far ?

I dont know of his religion or the alleged molestation but he describes the catholic bishops as the worst hypocrites.

http://news.abs-cbn.com/nation/05/22/16/duterte-calls-catholic-church-most-hypocritical-institution

Basho
26th October 2016, 18:39
He's no better than Obama & the western elite. The other side of the same coin. Less polished but just as brutal. This guy advocates the murder of drug users/dealers & according to the la times, his administration has already murdered thousands of those convicted of drug crimes.

How bout decriminalize or legalize drugs & start speaking out against the organizations that truly profit from the "drug wars"? This guy is just the Trump of the Philippines IMO

Bubu
26th October 2016, 19:02
From journal-neo.org (http://journal-neo.org/):

Will “They” Really Try to Kill President Duterte? (http://journal-neo.org/2016/10/17/will-they-really-try-to-kill-president-duterte/)

Rodrigo Duterte, the outspoken President of the Philippines has by now, most likely, joined the concealed, prestigious and permanent hit list of the Empire.

http://ru.journal-neo.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Rodrigo-Duterte-300x200.jpg

The hit list is very long; it has already been long for several decades. One could easily lose count and get confused: how many personalities have been marked and secretly condemned to death? How many of them actually died?

It reads like a catalogue of illustrious world leaders: from Patrice Lumumba (Zaire), Mohammad Mosaddegh (Iran), Hugo Chavez (Venezuela), Sukarno (Indonesia), Juvénal Habyarimana (Rwanda), Salvador Allende (Chile) to Muammar Gaddafi (Libya), Al-Basheer (Sudan) and Fidel Castro (Cuba), to name just a very few.

Some were directly assassinated; others were ‘only’ toppled, while only a handful of ‘marked’ leaders actually managed to survive and to stay in power.

There were several grave crimes committed by almost all of them, very similar crimes. They include: defending the vital interests of their nations and people, refusing to allow the unbridled plunder of natural resources by multinational corporations, and standing against the principles of imperialism. Simple criticism of the Empire has also been often punishable by death.


Full article (http://journal-neo.org/2016/10/17/will-they-really-try-to-kill-president-duterte/)

What is written in this article is all true far as I know. One of the indications that Duterte is sincere is that he has the best cabinet appointees ever. Like the equally controversial environment secretary who ordered the closure of almost all of the mining operations http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/812141/lawmaker-calls-gina-lopez-crazy-for-closing-down-mining-firms

http://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/iq/140668-mining-ph-gina-lopez-duterte

lucidity
26th October 2016, 19:03
good thread Bubu :)

Bubu
26th October 2016, 19:07
He's no better than Obama & the western elite. The other side of the same coin. Less polished but just as brutal. This guy advocates the murder of drug users/dealers & according to the la times, his administration has already murdered thousands of those convicted of drug crimes.

How bout decriminalize or legalize drugs & start speaking out against the organizations that truly profit from the "drug wars"? This guy is just the Trump of the Philippines IMO

la times? :)

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good thread Bubu :)

Thanks, I thought that this should be known by most people as this is not reported in MSM apparently

Basho
26th October 2016, 19:22
Los Angeles Times. A similar article was printed on L.A. Times front page section, on Tuesday.

I was born in the Philippines & the way I see it, this guy is being propped up by the same elites he's speaking against. Following along the theme of China/Russia as the saviors of the planet. Opposite side of the same new world order coin :clapping:

Bubu
26th October 2016, 23:48
Los Angeles Times. A similar article was printed on L.A. Times front page section, on Tuesday.

I was born in the Philippines & the way I see it, this guy is being propped up by the same elites he's speaking against. Following along the theme of China/Russia as the saviors of the planet. Opposite side of the same new world order coin :clapping:

I am here in the philippines in the city where duterte was born grew up and became mayor for 20 years. People here love him for a reason I guess. I see things differently and reported it as it is. But you have you own perspective and ways of understanding things even from a distance. One thing I am sure LA times is not to be trusted