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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

Monday, May 2, 2016

WARNING: Duterte-The WORST that can happen to the Philippines!

Duterte, maloloko mo ang lahat kung minsan, maloloko ang ilan sa lahat ng oras, hindi puede maloko lahat sa lahat ng oras!
Duterte: Pakinggan mo galit ng ating mga mamamayan!
"Pareho pala kayo ni Binay!
From NBC NEWS (U.S.):
Rodrigo Duterte, Philippines' 'Trump,' Runs on Rape Jokes, Violent Promises
A presidential candidate who quips about wishing he'd been first to rape a murder victim can't usually expect to have a good shot at winning the election.
This is no usual year in politics.
Rodrigo Duterte, who has been likened to Donald Trump for his brash manner, is running ahead of his four opponents in the Philippines in spite of a slew of outrageous comments. Voters in America's important ally in the Pacific will go to the ballot box on May 9.
The 71-year-old longtime mayor of Davao City in the south of the Philippines has declared that if he were elected president he would pardon himself for mass murder and kill any of his children if they were involved with drugs.
This trademark tough-guy statements — he revels in the nicknames "The Punisher" and "Dirty Harry" — followed a remark that he would have liked to be the first to rape a 36-year-old Australian missionary who was later killed in a 1989 prison riot.
"What a pity they raped her — she looked like a beautiful American actress," the self-confessed womanizer said in local dialect at a rally in Manila. "I thought the mayor should have been first."
A video of his April 12 comments posted on YouTube sparked an uproar.
Instead of letting the issue drop, the trained lawyer then told reporters his daughter was a "drama queen" for raising her own alleged rape — even as she defended her father's remarks.
And when his comments prompted protests from the Australian and American ambassadors to the Philippines, Duterte responded by telling them to "shut your mouth" and threatened to sever ties with their countries if elected.
Duterte later apologized "to the Filipino people" for the initial rape comment, explaining "it's my style, it's my mouth — I said it in the heat of anger."
The candidate's "unconventional" approach to issues, governance and politics, as well as his folksy manner, rightly prompt comparisons with Trump, according to Ramon Casiple, the director of the Philippine Institute for Political and Electoral Reform think tank.
Like Trump, Duterte is promising to "shake up the political establishment ... and bring an end to the elite democracy" built by the previous administration of President Benigno Aquino, who is the son of a former president. One of Duterte's rivals is Interior Secretary Mar Roxas, grandson of a former president and the ruling party's candidate.
On top of making what some consider to be offensive comments about rape and promising a hard-line approach to crime, Duterte also is threatening to upset the geopolitical apple cart.
He has, for example, suggested negotiating directly with China to resolve territorial disputes in the South China Seas, or set aside these disputes if Beijing agrees to help the country build railways. This position runs counter to that of the current administration — supported by the U.S. — not to engage in direct negotiations with China and instead take the case to international arbitration.
But mainly, Duterte runs on a tough-on-crime platform, and holds up the fact that as mayor he transformed Davao from the country's murder capital to one of its safest cities.
And he burnishes his reputation by taking credit for the deaths of 16 inmates during the 1989 prison riot that led to the rape and murder of the Australian missionary, Jacqueline Hamill. He was mayor at the time.
Duterte: You are now an international PARIAH! 
Duterte wants to burn Singapore's flag!
Duterte says he'll talk to Indian ambassador over '5-6' 
Rape joke on murdered Australian missionary
Warns on severing diplomatic relations with Australia and  America
Slams Mexico in front of envoy 
Wants Somalia and Yemen as role models
And sides with China on Spratly's!
Cel Franco, a classical pianist in Manila, said Duterte's "vulgarity" is derogatory to women and "infuriating as it is disturbing."
"He would put strain to our country's international relations. He has proudly stated that he has killed a handful of criminals," the 29-year-old said. "He may be the kind of president that will operate on fear to control the nation."
Duterte will make the Philippines a fertile breeding ground for Communism again!
From GMA News
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has declared that he would be the first left-leaning president of the country if he wins the elections on May 9.
"But I'm not a member of Communist Party or NPA (New People's Army). I cannot join them.... I am for democracy," said Duterte, who added that he was a member of Bayan.
Administration standard bearer Mar Roxas has criticized Duterte for helping the NPA rebels, who he said were killing the country's soldiers and policemen, and were extorting money from businessmen.
Duterte will bring in the Communists/NPAs as Coalition partners in his government.
“He has the character of Hugo Chavez,” said Sison, noting how the late Venezuelan leftist leader who galvanized the development of his country since coming to power in 1999.
Just like Chavez, Duterte, Sison said, is “dauntless and bold.”
Jalandoni called Duterte the “most forward” among the candidates.
“He is only the one who has laid down possible policies that underscore his commitment to peace. He is the most forward of all candidates,” he said.
He was referring to the earlier declarations of Duterte that he will forge a coalition with the Communist Party of the Philippines to end the 47-year communist rebellion in the Philippines.
“Sa tingin ko bukas naman siya sa development ng Pilipinas sa pamamagitan ng Filipino-owned industrialization and land reform at kumbinsido ako na makabayan siya at ipagtatanggol niya ang pambansang soberenhiya at integridad ng teritoryo nga Pilipinas (I can see he is open to the development of the Philippines through Filipino-owned industrialization and land reform and I am convince he is a nationalist and he will defend national territorial sovereignty and integrity of the Philippines).”  Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Maria Sison 
Duterte  will declare Martial Law!
The tough-talking local executive says he will simply close down Congress if it attempts to impeach him. "'Pag i-impeach ako, sabi ni Trillanes, eh 'di isara ko 'yang Congress. Eh 'di wala nang mag-impeach sa akin," said Duterte in Bataan on Thursday. 
Duterte had previously brought up the idea of having a "revolutionary government" if he becomes president, and he said he intends to follow through on it.
In every revolution that succeeds, siya 'yung tigas. He now becomes the authority," he said, before bringing up the case of late former president Ferdinand Marcos.
"Tingnan mo si Marcos. Pero kaniya, Martial Law, iba yun. Dictator? Ah, eh 'di alangan. Ako na ang Congress, ako na ang presidente, dictator ka talaga," said Duterte, adding that congressmen wouldn't be able to do anything about it.
"Sabihin ng congressman, 'Bakit mo naman kami isara?' Eh p-- ina, impeach-impeach kayo diyan," he added.
The WORST that can happen to the Philippines! 
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.
“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.
He also said that his template of governance is Ferdinand Marcos's, using the military and police in solving criminality.