The current chairman of the ASEAN Summit 2017, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, is defying Western pressure to invoke the Hague Tribunal UNCLOS ruling that is aimed at controlling China’s energy and trade route in the South China Sea. Continue reading ASEAN2017 Chair Duterte Defies Western Line of Invoking UNCLOS Ruling vs. China
The Duterte government, and 90% of the Philippine population at large, continue to mock Western institutions by playing smartly in the latter’s own game, and making fun of the inconvenient facts that are just beginning to hit the headlines in the West, e.g. PizzaGate and PedoGate scandals. Continue reading Duterte Tops Time Poll; EU Critics told ‘Stick to Child Porn’
The Philippine government continues to implement massive reforms across the bureaucracy in dizzying pace, while the West is resuming its attacks on the Philippine president. Incidentally, the latter is just taking all of it in stride. Why not?
He has successfully dictated the terms of the battle. Continue reading Duterte Continues to Defy Western Propaganda
The Philippines assumed the leadership in nickel production after Indonesia closed down some of its nickel mines in 2014. However, the nickel miners in the country are up in arms as 23 mines were slapped with closure orders, earlier this month. Continue reading 6.7 Magnitude Quake Hits Philippines for Choosing Social Justice Over Abusive Mining
The Philippines is rocked again by another scandal involving the previous administration of Benigno Aquino III for having illegally shipped out 3,500 metric tons of 99.999% pure gold, with an estimated value of $141 billion, out of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ vault.
Said amount of gold were used to back up the printing of $3 trillion paper currency, early last year. But for whose benefit? Continue reading 3,500 Ton Philippine Gold Bars Unlawfully Shipped Out, But for Whose Benefit?
The goodwill visit of two Russian navy ships to the Philippines is a sign that relations between Russia and the Philippines are warming up, just as President Rodrigo Duterte expresses discontent with the Philippines-US relationship.
The Philippines decades-old foreign policy dependence on the US State Department has ended, in favor of the non-dictatorial sphere of Russia and China.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has criticized the Catholic Church for attacking his human rights record, saying it has done nothing for drug addicts in the Philippines except collect money. He then offered his own version of what religion should be.
Many Westerners cannot reconcile the negative claims of their own institutions to the Philippine population’s landslide vote and continued support to a “self-confessed murderer.”
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte disclosed some of the things he talked about with US president-elect Donald Trump, last night.
Said conversation was said to be arranged by “Trump’s Philippine business partners and a core group of advisers, including his children.”
The two strongmen finally met at the APEC Summit in Peru.
This is just a prelude to the formal reestablishing of stronger Philippine-Russia diplomatic ties when President Duterte visits Russia before the year ends.
Being a recent recipient of the Western threat of ICC “crimes against humanity” investigation and trial for his war on narcopolitics, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is planning to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, of which recently Putin has signed Russia’s withdrawal from.
The rise of Rodrigo Duterte is probably the biggest blow to the CIA’s grand plan in the Philippines and in Southeast Asia, because, not only is the incumbent president is in an all-out war with US imperialism for patriotism’s sake, i.e. for those Muslim patriots waging the longest Muslim war in history against the Western invaders,
he’s taking this as a personal battle against those who killed hundreds of innocent civilians in multiple bombings in his hometown city of Davao by a CIA operative disguising as a treasure hunter, i.e. Michael Terrence Meiring, who was spirited out from a hospital arrest by FBI operatives without the then Mayor Duterte’s prior consent.
Asians learned a lot from its experience with Western intrusions over the last 300 years. They’ve been duped and swindled of their historical assets, not just once, but multiple of times during this period, and all recent clandestine attempts at subverting the ongoing BRICS Alliance-led global reformation for purposes of usurping again their growing geostrategic influence, have all been averted.
It is very obvious by now that the US State Department could not contain their being shocked at the tectonic shift of the Philippine government’s foreign policy, veering away from the United States for the first time in 70 years, and into its regional neighbor, China.
“I announce my separation from the United States, both militarily and economically,” said Duterte, in front of the Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli, and hundreds of Chinese and Filipino businessmen who were gathered during the Philippines-China Trade and Investment Forum in Beijing.
The Russian-led coalition assisting the Assad government in Syria has provided an 8-hour unilateral ceasefire to provide the trapped “moderate rebels” an opportunity to get out from a section of Aleppo. This is their way of separating those “moderate rebels” from Daesh hardliners, who are expected to stay and battle it out to the finish.
In what could be a pivotal point in Southeast Asia’s history, the Duterte government is considering a joint military exercise with China, and Russia.
The tremendous transformation to optimism and moral strength taking place within the Philippines, under the leadership of President Rodrigo Duterte, is captured in the following brief report, reprinted from the EIR Daily Alert Service. The hysterical diatribe against Duterte coming from Obama and his ilk over Duterte’s War on Drugs is not surprising, given that Obama is pushing drug legalization across the country and around the world, contributing to the worst drug epidemic in American history and tearing every community in the country apart.
Hundreds of Chinese Filipino businessmen have been jockeying to be on the same chartered flight to China with the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte come October 18-21, 2016.
There are countless of reasons why the Philippines needs to have an independent foreign policy at this point in time. Foremost of them all is the fact that until now the country hasn’t progressed economically as any other countries in the region in spite of its unquestionable loyalty to Uncle Sam.
Historically, illegal drugs were being used to destroy sovereign countries, and by now the Philippines’ war on drugs is a regular headline by CIA funded journalists and media networks, and a constant object for criticism of the Soros’ Open Society Foundation funded pseudo-non-government organizations, for being brutal and violative of human rights.
The incumbent Duterte administration is working at a faster rate than the last administration, and events in the Philippines are moving so fast, we can hardly keep up with them.
Tired of being pushed around by the Americans, the Philippines is opening out to Russia in a major way.
It’s the turn of our foreign minister to cause quite a stir when he reminds the United States government not to lecture us about human rights, and other geopolitical issues, right at the perimeter of its corporate headquarters in Washington, DC.
In the ongoing fight against terrorism in the South, primarily with the ISIS affiliated Abu Sayyaf who are engaged in city bombings and cross border kidnappings, the Duterte government plans to avail of Russian and Chinese made military equipments through a 25-year soft loan offered by both governments without strings attached as perennially experienced with US arms procurements in the last 70 years.
In order to preserve the conflict perpetually in Southern Philippines, the United States embedded US Special Forces inside one of our military camps in Muslim Mindanao under the pretext of military assistance through the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement [EDCA] signed with the last Aquino administration.
After receiving multiple blackeyes in just a week, Obama opted to avoid talking to Duterte and raise the issue of extrajudicial killings in the War on Illegal Drugs in the Philippines.
Another Reuters reporter has asked another stupid question of how would Duterte explain the spate of extrajudicial killings in the Philippines to Obama in Laos tomorrow.
Duterte’s lengthy response only made matter worse diplomatically for Obama who just survived a blatant insult hurled at him at the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China.
For criticizing his executive policies without going through the accepted protocols, Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte has lambasted anew the Western registered corporation disguising as the world governing body known as the United Nations.
He repeatedly said that he is ready to take the country out from the useless and stupid organization for its unwarranted interference on our domestic affairs.