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“How shall freedom be defended? By arms when it is attacked by arms, by truth when it is attacked by lies, by faith when it is attacked by authoritarian dogma. Always, in the final act, by determination and faith.”

― Archibald MacLeish

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Phil.Presidentiable Duterte 's Joke on Raped Australian Woman:VULGARITY @ it's Worst!

 
“Vulgarity is corruption. When we find vulgarity funny, we have really become beastly and barbaric as a people.”
Archbishop Soc Villegas
CBCP President
“Is this the leadership by example that Mayor Duterte excites in us? Is this the leadership by example that makes a public official deserving of the title ‘Honorable’? I grieve for my country….!” Villegas wrote.
Villegas also addressed Duterte’s penchant for expletives and the audience’s reaction: “Vulgarity is corruption. When we find vulgarity funny, we have really become beastly and barbaric as a people. When a revered and loved and admired man like Pope Francis is cursed by a political candidate and the audience laugh, I can only bow my head and grieve in great shame. My countrymen has gone to the dregs.”
TV Patrol: Duterte, minura pati si Pope Francis sa talumpati
"Sabi ko, ‘Bakit?’ Sabi sarado na [ang daan]. Sabi ko, ‘Sinong darating?’ Sabi si Pope. Gusto kong tawagan, ‘Pope, p—— ka, umuwi ka na. ‘Wag ka nang bumisita dito. " Duterte
 Be careful of DirtyOldMAn!
 Duterte has this to say about  Leni Robredo: 
'Maganda siya. Maganda talaga siya.'
Watch Duterte showed his tongue when he said 
Leni Robredo is "maganda" .. disgusting!
Disgusting DOM!
Duterte is mocking his abuse maid by during his campaign sorties.
He marvels on molesting his maid multiple times with glee !
Duterte on Australian Rape Victim
In a viral video, Duterte made a statement about an Australian rape victim whom he described as “beautiful.” The mayor “should have been first,” he said.
“”Nirape nilang lahat ng mga babae sa ‘yung unang asolte, kasi nagretreat sila; naiwan yung ginawa nilang cover. Ang isa doon ‘yung lay minister na Australyana. Tsk, problema na ito… ‘Pag labas, edi binalot. Tinignan ko yung mukha, t*** i** parang si… parang artista sa America na maganda,” he said.
“P***** i**, sayang ito. Ang nagpasok sa isip ko, nirape nila, pinagpilahan nila doon. Nagalit ako kasi ni-rape? Oo, isa rin ‘yun . Pero napakaganda; dapat ang mayor muna ang mauna. Sayang,” he added. From Inquirer
 "Napaka ganda...DAPAT MAYOR MUNA ANG MAUNA"
("She was so pretty!The Mayor should have been the first!")
From Update.Ph
A video clip of Presidential candidate Davao City Mayor Duterte is making rounds over the internet. In the said clip Duterte made a joke regarding an Australian rape victim. Duterte said the rape victim was so beautiful and the ‘mayor’ should have been first.
Liberal Party Presidential candidate Mar Roxas reacted on the viral video of Duterte on the rape of the Australian woman. He said rape is a serious problem.
“Anyone who laughs at the ultimate assault on the dignity of women should not be allowed to wield power. Ang babae ay may karapatan, hindi pinaglalaruan. Hindi ito katatawanan, kahayupan ito,” Roxas said. 
VIRAL: Video of Duterte joking about raped Australian woman
Disgusting endorsement of sexual violence by #Philippines pres contender Duterte should be utterly condemned
Human Rights Watch
“Killing people is corruption. Killing is a crime and a sin whether it is done by criminals or public officials no matter what the intention,” Archbishop Soc Villegas
“Adultery is corruption. It makes married love cheap and uses people for pleasure. Adultery corrupts the family; it destroys children and victimizes the weak,” Villegas added.
He called corruption “a great scourge of Philippine politics.”
National Berdugo (Butcher)
From Human Rights Watch
For Rodrigo Duterte, the brutal death squads that have claimed the lives of more than 1,000 people during his tenure as mayor of Davao City in the Philippines’ main southern island of Mindanao are not a problem. They’re a political platform.
Duterte publicly admitted his direct links to the Davao death squad during a May 24 live broadcast of his weekly television talk show. “Am I the death squad? True. That is true,” Duterte said on-air while discussing his accomplishments as Davao’s chief executive. He then pledged that if he became president of the Philippines he would execute 100,000 more criminals and dump their bodies in Manila Bay.
Duterte’s comments echoed those he made on May 15, which asserted the summary killing of suspected criminals as a key plank to his approach to public security.
Duterte’s boastful brand of violent impunity should be a path to prosecution, not a platform for political office. Until the government adopts a zero tolerance attitude toward public officials who publicly endorse extrajudicial killings as an acceptable approach to governance, Duterte and others like him will pose a grave danger to the safety of the citizens they are elected to protect.
1987 Constitution
ARTICLE III
BILL OF RIGHTS
Section 1. No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law, nor shall any person be denied the equal protection of the laws.
The Punisher: Encourages the killing of criminals 
without due process.
From news.com.au
A NOTORIOUS mayor who has taken law enforcement into his own hands is  running for president of the Philippines.
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, who has been dubbed the real-life Punisher, has received local adoration and international condemnation for using vigilante methods to tackle crime.
For the uninitiated, The Punisher is a comic book and movie character who wages a one-man war against the mob, using murder, kidnapping, extortion and torture to crush criminal elements.
Mr Duterte, who was elected for his seventh term last year, earned the “Punisher” reputation by encouraging the killing of criminals without first finding them guilty in court.
The mayor has long been linked to the so-called Davao Death Squad, a vigilante outfit responsible for the execution of drug traffickers, petty criminals, gang members and other lawless elements. More than 700 people went missing between 2005 and 2008, presumed killed by the squad.
"If I obey the 10 Commandments or listen to priests, I would not be able to do anything as a mayor." DoDirty 
From Philippine Daily Inquirer
Duterte has projected the image of an action-oriented, results-driven executive who can address people’s fears about an environment perceived as dominated by criminal elements. In the process, he has broadly, almost boastfully hinted that he had indeed ignored human rights and legal norms, enforcing the law by violating the law.