Sensing the gravity of the Philippine withdrawal from the International Criminal Court ICC, the body is sending a representative to “talk to Duterte.” What these stooges don’t understand is once Duterte made a decision, it is not just mere rhetoric. Continue reading Deep State ICC Back Pedals on Duterte, ICC Withdrawal Pushes Through
After the Human Rights Watch Advocacy director John Fisher warned over the weekend that the Philippines might be removed from the UN Human Rights Council because Manila is “seeking to evade its international responsibilities” by rejecting recommendations to improve the human rights situation in the Philippines, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte unleashed an ultimatum for all EU ambassadors to leave the country. Continue reading You leave my country in 24 hours | Duterte told EU Ambassadors
With Moon Jae-In’s victory in South Korea, the period of tension on the Korean Peninsula is likely to end. With the rise to power of the new president, South Korea can expect a sharp decline in hostilities with North Korea as well as a resumption of dialogue with China. Continue reading Major Developments Strongly Suggest the End of Unipolar World Order
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.
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.
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.
The Philippines is celebrating a huge percentage drop in crime incidence in the country due to the relentless drive against illegal drugs.
In spite of this popular and positive development, criticisms to the ongoing operations are so loud enough they have irritated the incumbent president.
At exactly 4pm GMT+8, the newly installed Duterte government is expected to give a radical departure from the usual fashion show contest of past SONAs, by providing the Philippine population their 1st True State of the Nation Address.
Philippine society is undergoing a psychological overhauling right now. The latest sector to face the music is the mainstream media.
The presidential election in the Philippines come May 9th of this year is no ordinary electoral exercise. This is the first time that all sectors and economic classes of our society are united in making sure that the strongman from the South is inaugurated to the highest office of the land.
For the nth time the next president of the corporate Republic of the Philippines refuses to dance to the White House music in the South China Sea issue.
This latest reconfirmation of his readiness to talk to China bilaterally for the joint exploration of the Spratlys [known locally as Freedom Islands] which came after the US Embassy asked for his stand on the issue which the US itself has aggravated, reinforces the people’s desire for peace in the region.