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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

"President" Duterte: The Philippines' First 100 Days in Hell !

In the Bizarro world of "htraE" ("Earth" spelled backwards), society is ruled by the Bizarro Code which states "Us do opposite of all Earthly things! Us hate beauty! Us love ugliness! Is big crime to make anything perfect on Bizarro World!"
Global Pinoys: Papayag ba kayo sa pagbabalik ng Gabi ng Lagim sa Malacanang?
  • Daily public executions by Hanging!
  • NATIONAL Duterte DEATH Squads
  • No more Papal Visits!
  •  Wanton disregard for women!
  • Open fraternization with the NPA
  • Cut ties with U.S. and Australia!
  • Special relations with China!
José Rizal — 'There are no tyrants if there are no slaves' 
“As long as it’s Somalia without crime, graft and corruption, no drugs, and I would be happy to live in a Somalia scenery, I have no problem with, you even want Yemen [as our model].”
WARNING : "Duterte can become the Filipino Commandante Hugo Chavez." Chairman Joma Sison
Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Maria Sison has officially endorsed Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for the 2016 presidential elections.
“I have a similar position as China’s. I don’t believe in solving the conflict through an international tribunal." Duterte
Mar Roxas, the Father of the Call Center Industry .
Duterte encourages the opening of more funeral parlors! 
Duterte “If I become president, I advise you people to put up funeral parlor businesses!"
MANILA, Philippines - Put up more funeral parlors to accommodate drug pushers, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte yesterday said, warning of an iron hand should he become the country’s next president.
“If I become president, I advise you people to put up several funeral parlor businesses because I am against illegal drugs… I might kill someone because of it,” Duterte said. 
From Inquirer
Rodrigo Duterte may have learned a lesson from late dictator Ferdinand Marcos. Or maybe he picked up the lesson from former President Joseph Estrada.
Speaking at a political rally, the opposition presidential candidate and Davao City mayor reinforced his iron-hand stance against crime—he not only wants the death penalty back, he also wants the  execution to be in public.
“I will work for the restoration of the death penalty,” Duterte told a cheering crowd here. “I will really bring it back (and make) it public so that the people will see for themselves (how criminals are punished).”
The 1987 Constitution abolished the death penalty. 
Section 19 of the Charter’s Bill of Rights  states: “Excessive fines shall not be imposed, nor cruel, degrading or inhuman punishment inflicted. Neither shall the death penalty be imposed, unless, for compelling reasons involving heinous crimes, the Congress hereafter provides for it. Any death penalty already imposed shall be reduced to reclusion perpetua.”
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 live broadcast of his weekly television talk show. 
National Berdugo (Butcher)
“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.
From Philippine Star:
Presidential bet Rodrigo Duterte said if he is elected president and fails to stop criminality in three months, he will resign and give the presidency to Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
“If elected president, give me about three to six months I will get rid of corruption, drugs and criminality,” Duterte said.
However, he admitted that he needs everyone’s cooperation in order to achieve this goal.
“They say my timeline is ambitious, you know if I am already president, in the third month I am sitting there as president and I fail because nobody believes me, I really cannot do it even if you give me 10 years of rule.
“Eh mabuti magsibat na lang kayo, or ako. Kung hindi ko magawa 'yan sa tatlong buwan e 'di ibigay ko na lang kay Bongbong (If I fail in three months, better leave the country or I will step down and give the presidency to Bongbong),” Duterte said.
Duterte added that he has a bond with Bongbong because during the term of President Ferdinand Marcos, Duterte’s father was a member of the cabinet as the secretary of general services.
He described his father as a true “Marcos boy.”
“Speaking of loyalty and friendship, I am proud to say that my father was a close ally of President Marcos until his death,” he added.
“In hindsight now, looking at the horizon of political deludes he was still the best and the brightest. I can say that because I was around (during the Marcos years),” Duterte said.
He also said that his template of governance is Ferdinand Marcos's, using the military and police in solving criminality.
“He never hesitated really to use forces  to get what he really wanted to do to govern the country,” he said.
Papayag ba tayo bumalik ang LAGIM ng MARTIAL LAW?
Never Again!
Remember the 30, 000 Victims of Marcos' Martial Law!