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kevindurant1 wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2017 2:31 pm
Your family died trying to stop Hitler?. They must be rolling in their graves now if they can see how much you support ACTUAL Nazi's and Alt Right. Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy



How is he the filipino Trump?. You do realize that he has more in common with Sanders than Trump right?. Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy
I can't believe you compared him to Sanders. He has more in common with Hitler and the Nazis.
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webshark wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2017 11:28 pm
I can't believe you compared him to Sanders. He has more in common with Hitler and the Nazis.
But the Nazis weren't REAL socialists!!!! Crying FaceCrying FaceCrying FaceCrying Face
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webshark wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2017 11:28 pm
I can't believe you compared him to Sanders. He has more in common with Hitler and the Nazis.

I had a dream last night that Sanders ordered the police to kill thousands of drug suspects, Had a govt that mismanaged the train system and made it start breaking down daily, made rape jokes, threatened to impeach every govt official that was in charge of tackling cases filed against him, and refuses to open his accounts for scrutiny to clear his name of hundreds of millions of US dollars.
Yeah.....
...Sanders is so much like Duterte.......
.......in my DREAMS!!! lol
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:15 am
I had a dream last night that Sanders ordered the police to kill thousands of drug suspects, Had a govt that mismanaged the train system and made it start breaking down daily, made rape jokes, threatened to impeach every govt official that was in charge of tackling cases filed against him, and refuses to open his accounts for scrutiny to clear his name of hundreds of millions of US dollars.
Yeah.....
...Sanders is so much like Duterte.......
.......in my DREAMS!!! lol
Pretty sure he was referring to Duterte.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 11:15 am
I had a dream last night that Sanders ordered the police to kill thousands of drug suspects, Had a govt that mismanaged the train system and made it start breaking down daily, made rape jokes, threatened to impeach every govt official that was in charge of tackling cases filed against him, and refuses to open his accounts for scrutiny to clear his name of hundreds of millions of US dollars.
Yeah.....
...Sanders is so much like Duterte.......
.......in my DREAMS!!! lol
did you leave Davos because of Duterte?
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divx wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 1:52 pm
did you leave Davos because of Duterte?
No. I left before word even got out that he was going to be President.
In Davos all was fine at the time.
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Kaz wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 12:21 pm
Pretty sure he was referring to Duterte.
I was making fun of this whole thing of Sanders being compared to Duterte. Sarcasm.
Of course sanders doesn't mass kill, wreck public transit and attack the opposition lol
Point is it is outragious to compare Sanders to him.
That is like comparing you to a donkey. You wouldn't like it at all.
Saying Sanders is like him is just awful.
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webshark wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2017 11:28 pm
I can't believe you compared him to Sanders. He has more in common with Hitler and the Nazis.
Goes to show how much you dont know about Duterte.

-Gave more money to seniors
-More money to poor people and farmers
-Free College
-Record breaking budget for rehab centers INCLUDING the biggest Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Center in the philippines(bet you didnt know about this huh?).
-Got rid of "lag lag bala" scheme
-911 and 888 for emergency and complaints nationwide
-Streamline business licence(no more paying off admin to jump the line).

He is starting to punish mining companies who doesnt abide by the rules too. He is investing more in green energy.

That is just a few.

Only thing he has in common with Trump is their mouth. But that is more of a political tactic. They run their government totally different.

Keep trying though. Its hilarious.
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kevindurant1 wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 3:42 pm
Goes to show how much you dont know about Duterte.

-Gave more money to seniors
-More money to poor people and farmers
-Free College
-Record breaking budget for rehab centers INCLUDING the biggest Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Center in the philippines(bet you didnt know about this huh?).
-Got rid of "lag lag bala" scheme
-911 and 888 for emergency and complaints nationwide
-Streamline business licence(no more paying off admin to jump the line).

He is starting to punish mining companies who doesnt abide by the rules too. He is investing more in green energy.

That is just a few.

Only thing he has in common with Trump is their mouth. But that is more of a political tactic. They run their government totally different.

Keep trying though. Its hilarious.
Money for rehab??? He shoots them. Maybe he wants to get them to rehab so he kill them easier. Kinda scary you support a wannabe Nazi.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Oct 4th, 2017 2:20 pm
No. I left before word even got out that he was going to be President.
In Davos all was fine at the time.
well at least you had foresight.
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more good news for KD. i'm sure it will make him so happy he will Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy
The apparent extrajudicial executions by Philippine police of two children over a three-day period underscores the need for a United Nations inquiry into President Rodrigo Duterte’s abusive “war on drugs,” Human Rights Watch said today. While several dozen children under 18 have died in drug war-related killings since June 2016, circumstances suggest that the Philippine National Police (PNP) deliberately targeted the two children.
The apparent willingness of Philippine police to deliberately target children for execution marks an appalling new level of depravity in this so-called drug war,” said Phelim Kine, deputy Asia director. “These killings demonstrate that Duterte’s rejection of the rule of law has made all Filipinos potential ‘drug-war’ victims, no matter how young.”

On September 6, 2017, a passerby spotted the body of Reynaldo de Guzman, a 14-year-old Grade 5 student from Pasig City, floating in a creek, 20 days after he was reported missing. A pathologist report indicates that de Guzman died from at least 30 stab wounds after his assailants wrapped his head in packing tape. Packing tape has been a gruesome hallmark of many drug-war killings under Duterte. De Guzman had last been seen alive on August 18 in the company of his friend Carl Angelo Arnaiz, 19, who the police shot to death later that day after they accused him of robbing a taxi driver in Manila’s Caloocan City.


Philippine police are falsifying evidence to justify unlawful killings in a “war on drugs” that has caused more than 7,000 deaths.
Two days earlier, on August 16, police anti-drug officers in Caloocan City killed 17-year-old Kian delos Santos. Police said they shot delos Santos after he fired on them during an anti-drug operation. However, both witness accounts and close circuit television camera footage indicate that police executed an unarmed delos Santos while he was in police custody and dumped his body in an alley.

The killings of delos Santo and de Guzman bring to at least 54 the number of children killed by police and “unidentified gunmen” in the “war on drugs” since July 2016, according to data from the Children's Legal Rights and Development Center. Most of those children had been shot while in the company of adults who were the apparent target of the shooting. Both Duterte and Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II have dismissed those killings as “collateral damage.
Philippines: Abusive ‘Drug War’ Targets Children
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Duterte is the type of person that if he needed to demolish a building and there are squatter families there, he will just kill them to get it done faster.
Deaths of 45 people to him would simply be “collateral damage.”
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LeisureSuitL wrote:
Oct 5th, 2017 3:22 pm
But, but, that's just fake news pushed by his political enemies!11!!!!One!1!...you guys are so clueless Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy
Even more good news to prove how amazing Duterte is!
http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/936306/dri ... on-fdi-bsp

Citing data from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), Drilon said foreign equity placements other than reinvestments of earnings decreased by 90.3 percent during the first six months of 2017: from US$1.448 billion in the same period in 2016, it plunged to just US$141 million in 2017.
.....this is “reflective of confidence of foreign business on our country.”

Nice going Duterte!
Investment to the country has dropped NINETY PERCENT in first half of this year from the same period last year. The latter was exactly the last 6 months of Aquino being president, the former was now during Duterte.
Congrats for scaring away all the investment Duterte keep up the good work.

Seriously I knew this was coming. When all you hear is kill this, impeach that, martial law this, communist insurgent that, who wants to go to the DUTERTE Philippines to invest? All was well under Aquino until this clown took over the show.

To those Duterte lunatics out there, how will you defend this one? Gonna be interesting Face With Tears Of Joy

Number one issue facing filipinos is NOT drugs, you idiot Duterte, it is the EXTREME magnitude of the poverty.
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There are drugs here too. Drugs are not seen left right and center there, but poverty is. If he was doing a good job for the nation, he would get his off his infatuation for the drug thing and build the nation and inventment would be up. The Duterte govt they expected was one where after he takes office, you would hear in the news investment is up over Aquino's days. But look at this 90% drop they get instead. Just unbelievable!
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Philippines President Duterte offended by Trudeau raising human rights issues
After pleas from Filipino activists, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised the issue of human rights violations with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on the sidelines of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit. Duterte, who has been called the Trump of the East for his brash style, went on the attack when asked about Trudeau.

To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4401046

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