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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

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

EQ Breaking News:Why Duterte won the TIME Poll 100 !

Martin Andanar say Duterte was the clear winner in the TIME poll but "please ignore the inaccurate information" in the Time article. Sorry, to your paid TROLLS!
From TIME: Duterte received 5% of the total "yes" votes. Since taking office in June 2016, Duterte has waged an aggressive war on drugs that has killed more than 8,000 people in the Philippines. The controversial drug campaign has inspired growing opposition from human rights groups and some local political leaders including Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo.
The EQ Poll Results: Why Duterte won the TIME Poll 100
Is Duterte now a candidate for the WORST president ever title?
Although Duterte has only been in office for 294 days, it is hard to go anywhere and not hear that he is the worst ever Philippine president. 
16 million Pinoys voted for him. After  days, we have a bully and a butcher, 8,000+ EJKS and  the peace of the graveyard. NEXT?
“Cowardice rightly understood begins with selfishness and ends with shame.” 
RIZAL
Polls show that the drug war remains immensely popular, but a similar majority say they are against all the killings. Critics of Mr. Duterte’s methods say this is a war against the poor, because no drug lords, or politicians alleged to be protecting them, have been punished. From NYT
‘Don’t f**k with us!’: Duterte’s most virulent insults about his fiercest critics
From RT News:
In his latest verbal scolding, the president of the Philippines has questioned why Brussels “has to f**k with” his country. It's not the first time his uninhibited angry rhetoric has made headlines – here's a list of Rodrigo Duterte's most infamous tirades.

When the European Parliament passed a resolution concerning his plans to revive the death penalty for drug convicts, Duterte was so angered that he decided to speak in English, presumably to make sure his message was heard loud and clear.

“Do not impose your culture or your belief in what would be a government in this planet. Do not impose on other countries, especially us,” he said during a two-day visit to Myanmar, as quoted by the Guardian.

“Why don’t you mind your own business? Why do you have to f**k with us, goddamn it?”
'Catholic Church is full of s**t'
Philippine President Duterte said Catholicism would be passé in 30 years!

"That religion will become passé in the next 30 years lalo na pag lumabas na ang abuses nila," he said.

Duterte has long been critical of the Catholic Church, whose leaders have repeatedly spoken against his bloody campaign against illegal drugs. From ABS-CBN News

Duterte didn't take kindly to the Catholic Church criticizing his 'war on drugs,' so he lashed out, saying he may even pen his own book about the Church – titled 'Hypocrisy.' 

“I challenge the Catholic Church,” he said. “You are full of s**t. You all smell bad, corruption and all.”

He went on to accuse priests of womanizing and sexual abuse, saying he himself had fallen victim to such abuse.
'I don't give a s**t about stupid UN'
The president and the United Nations aren't exactly on the same page when it comes to his leadership style – so Duterte simply threatened to burn down its headquarters in New York. 

Responding to worldwide condemnation of his 'war on drugs,' Duterte challenged his critics to "file a complaint in the United Nations." 

He then went on to say he would "burn down the United Nations."
Philippines' Duterte unleashes more profanity at the EU
From Aljazeera
President Rodrigo Duterte has unleashed a series of expletives against the European Union after its parliament called on the Philippine government to "put an end" to the killings of drug suspects.

Member countries of the European Union last week called for strict monitoring of human rights abuses in the Philippines following public statements by Duterte on his "war on drugs".

Since June 30 when Duterte took office, more than 3,500 people have been killed in police operations and attacks by unidentified assailants.

"I have read the condemnation of the European Union. I'm telling them, 'F**k you,'" Duterte said in a mix of Filipino and English during a speech to local businessmen in his hometown of Davao City .

Describing the EU as hypocrites, Duterte said the grouping "has the gall to condemn me" despite historical records showing what member countries, such as France and Britain, have done in the Middle East.

He said the EU is trying to "atone" for its sins and "guilt feelings" over occupying other countries in the past.

"I repeat it, 'F**k you!'," Duterte said as he raised his right hand and gave a middle finger to applause from the audience.