Filipino Prez "The Punisher" Duterte to Druggies: Surrender or Die

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  1. Georg Schoenerer Der Judenkenner

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    Death Squads Notch 400 "Pushers" in Post-Election Crackdown

    Phillipines President Rodrigo Duterte has been dubbed "The Punisher" because of his brutal war on drugs.

    He ordered police to carry out summary executions and urged citizens to kill drug users and dealers after his May re-election.

    Over 400 killed since beginning of July, the attacks have driven low level dealers and users to frantic mass surrenders. A staggering 565,806 have turned themselves over to police since the crackdown began.

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    Anti-drug vigilantes attacked this tricycle driver.

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    More at link,

    A shot of a pusher's shanty:

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    If you enforce a law like that, you get order.

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    Phillipine police killed 32 people in dozens of anti-drug operations in a province north of the capital, Manila, in the single deadliest day of President Rodrigo Duterte's unrelenting war on drugs.

    About 109 petty criminals, including street-level drug peddlers were arrested and dozens of guns seized in police operations across Bulacan province from Monday night until Tuesday afternoon, said provincial police chief, Romeo Caramat.



    "We have conducted 'one-time, big-time' operations in the past, so far, the number of casualties and deaths, this is the highest, "Caramat told a news conference.
    He defended police action and said the deaths were during shootouts, and were not executions, as activists have often alleged.
    "There are some sectors that will not believe us, but, we are open for any investigation. All we can say is that we don't have any control of the situation. As much as possible, we don't want this bloody encounter."
    Thousands of people have been killed in the anti-drugs campaign, Duterte's signature policy, since it was launched on June 30 last year, most users and small-time dealers from poor neighborhoods.
    The intensity of the crackdown has alarmed the international community, and activists and human rights groups say police have been executing suspects and planting drugs and guns at crime scenes. Police and the government officials reject that.
    Police also deny involvement in thousands of murders by mysterious gunmen, blaming them on gang turf wars, drug dealers silencing informants, or vigilantes targeting drug users.
    "There were 32 killed in Bulacan in a massive raid, that's good," Duterte said in a speech.
    "Let's kill another 32 every day. Maybe we can reduce what ails this country."
    Police conducted 49 sting drug operations in Bulacan that resulted in about 20 armed encounters, Caramat said. Ten other gunfights ensued when police tried to serve arrest warrants to suspects who fought back.
    He said 93 of those held were wanted for other crimes, as well as drugs offences.
    Bulacan has been a major target in the drugs war, with some 425 people killed and 4,000 offenders arrested, according to Caramat, making it the second-biggest hot spot in the crackdown outside of the Manila area.
    Political opponents of Duterte have filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC) accusing the president and top aides of crimes against humanity, arguing they failed to address allegations of widespread police abuses that have been brought to their attention.
    Duterte has welcomed the ICC complaint, and said he was willing to rot in jail to protect Filipinos.
    He has often complained about human rights groups criticizing and undermining his campaign and on Wednesday said he would instead investigate them, or worse.
    "If they are obstructing justice, shoot them," he said.
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    He's a smart guy, gots cojones of steel & don't gibs a fuck what shitliberals think or say of him.
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    his tuff talk against flip-jihadis didnt workout so well for him. He dares jihadis to attack, a yr later they unite and takeover city of 200,000 killing hundreds of filipino troops. and they still haven't been pushed out of city after 3 months of fighting.
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    Shooting them with bullets dipped in pigfat and raizing their villages to the ground tends to have a pacifying efekt.
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    Look at this trick from the Western media:


    "A country rich in natural resources and people, the Philippines has yet to make the Great Leap Forward to become a developed country. For an obvious reason: persistent corruption that favors the economic elites of the country at the expense of impoverished masses – which have been pushed into the underground economy."

    But buried in another story, we find three town mayors are among the dead drug dealers.

    Corruption yes, but not by 'economic elites at the expense of impoverished masses.'

    Meanwhile, Chinese news reports Duterte's 82% approval rating with only 5% disapproving; something you won't hear in Western media.
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    Are the Chinks still exploiting everyone in the Philippines or did they get pushed out?
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    Chinks are holdin' their own, as always--they've been controlling the mercantile economy there well over a thousand years and race-mixing with the indios since their overlordage by the Spanish. The Punisher himself is a quarter chink, it's estimated that 27% o' the Phillipine pop has up to 50% chink in 'em; pure chink and chink mestizos number only 1-2% o' the pop--but these are the ones holding the economy.

    The fullblood chinks live in ethnic enclaves and will readily emigrate to Oz or US/Canada if given the opportunity, many of them also have business dealings in China post economic reform. A lot of the chinks I meet in business here in Vangcouver originate from the Phillipines, Brunei, Malaysia, etc.
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