Saturday, November 11, 2017

When you are using politics to excuse your criminal past(get public recognition for sick fantasies), you look just like Duterte or Donald Trump

Duterte's conduct is unethical - of the regular assassins against whom he had previously campaigned...
War on drugs is the war on heavy crime and that can't be done by individual who brags about his insanity from the past to international community....I will not lobby for individual who wants us to compromise sanity, my friends.

Duterte did tremendously a lot for Philipines in respect to drugs, but this is a classic case for psychiatry. "Grab them by the pussy and "I killed him(stabbed one to death) because I didn't like the way he looked at me" is a mentality of psychopaths(mental illness is what it is)...not that British royals who openly suggest extermination on global scale are any better, but you just don't go out there and start to suggest in public such practices as acceptable or even funny...

Support for war on drugs in the Philippines is very important and must continue, but the type of mentality as seen here must also be condemned just as drugs are.

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte admits murdering someone 'over a look' as a teenager

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has admitted stabbing someone to death when he was a teenager.

A 16-year-old Mr Duterte stabbed the unnamed individual “over a look”, he said.

“I already killed someone. A real person, a rumble, a stabbing. I was just 16 years old. It was just over a look,” he said.

A spokesman for the controversial President, who has launched a violent offensive against drug gangs in the country, later claimed the comments had been made “in jest”.

But Mr Duterte has previously admitted killing three men while mayor of Davao.

“Bullets from my gun went inside their bodies. It happened and I cannot lie about it,” he said in a statement last December.

Thousands of people have been killed in a nation-wide crackdown on drug users since he took office in June 2016. 

Speaking at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit, Mr Duterte, 72, said he spent his youth “in and out of jail” and would have “rumbles here, rumbles there”.

His spokesman told AFP the remarks should not be taken seriously, dismissing the comments as an example of the President's "colourful language”.

Mr Duterte’s hardline drug policy has been widely criticised by the international community but was part of an election campaign promise to reduce crime. etc etc...continue at

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