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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, December 18, 2016

For Ripley's: San Beda Priests Say that GOD has a special mission for Duterte!

2016 Christmas in the Philippines under Duterte: 
The peace of the cemetery on the order of a death squad
No Philippine leader since Ferdinand Marcos has held the democratic fate of his nation in his hands so decisively, yet so perilously, as President Rodrigo Duterte.
New York Times
San Beda monks have a special prayer after mass for Duterte
their most outstanding alumnus-
"You have CHOSEN Rodrigo Duterte..for a SPECIAL MISSION."  
EJK spree?
"If I honor the Ten Commandments.I will not be effective..."
Deliver me, O Lord, from the evil man: preserve me from the violent man. Psalm 140-1
Duterte: Can unjust leaders claim that God is on their side--leaders whose decrees permit injustice?
Psalm 58
A Cry against Injustice
Do you really speak righteously, you mighty ones?[b]
Do you judge people fairly?
2 No, you practice injustice in your hearts;
with your hands you weigh out violence in the land.
3 The wicked go astray from the womb;
liars err from birth.
4 They have venom like the venom of a snake,
like the deaf cobra that stops up its ears,
5 that does not listen to the sound of the charmers
who skillfully weave spells.
6 God, knock the teeth out of their mouths;
Lord, tear out the young lions’ fangs.
7 They will vanish like water that flows by;
they will aim their useless arrows.[c][d]
8 Like a slug that moves along in slime,
like a woman’s miscarried child,
they will not see the sun.
9 Before your pots can feel the heat of the thorns—
whether green or burning—
He will sweep them away.[e]
10 The righteous one will rejoice
when he sees the retribution;
he will wash his feet in the blood of the wicked.
11 Then people will say,
“Yes, there is a reward for the righteous!
There is a God who judges on earth!”
"Can a throne of destruction be allied with You, One which devises mischief by decree?  And condemn the innocent to death." 
Psalm 94:20-23
Philippine President looks at the mirror and complains to GOD about EVIL!
“Because the poor are plundered & the needy groan, I will now arise, I will protect them from those who malign them.” Psalm 12:5
"If I become president, I advise you people to put up several funeral parlor businesses..."
Digong says he doesn’t mind being likened to Idi Amin
From Inquirer
PRESIDENT Duterte says he doesn’t mind being likened to the late Ugandan dictator Idi Amin Dada, whose murderous regime was blamed by human rights activists for the deaths of anywhere from 100,000 to 500,000 people in Uganda in the 1970s.
Mr. Duterte reiterated his intention to end the country’s problems on criminality, illegal drugs and corruption when he spoke to his classmates from San Beda College of Law on Sunday night in Malacañang.
But the President, who has been openly advocating the killings of suspected drug personalities, said he had never killed any innocent individual even when he was mayor of Davao City.
From Bloomberg News
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he killed three kidnappers in 1988 when he was  Davao City mayor to save a woman hostage.
“There were three of them; I didn’t really know how many bullets from my gun went through inside their bodies,” Duterte told reporters in Singapore Friday evening before his flight back home, according to a transcript e-mailed by his office. “They were not suspects. Those are people who dared to fight the law. And because I had an M16, I carried one because Davao was then a wild country, I had to restore order and I took the bull by the horns,” he said at a televised briefing Saturday in Davao City.
After thousands of deaths in his drug war, Duterte said his government won’t hesitate to keep on eliminating those resisting arrest until he has rid the streets of illegal substances in a country with, by his own estimates, 4 million addicts. The president, who admitted on Dec. 12 that he takes Fentanyl -- a potent opioid medication -- to relieve him of his daily migraines and spinal pains, denied that he is addicted.
Being a self-confessed killer doesn’t make him unfit to be president, Duterte said. What he had done was justified “given the problems of my country.”
“At least I killed to protect people,” Duterte said. “I am not a dictator, killing my political opponents to stay in power.”