Supporters of Duterte’s extrajudicial killings (EJK) Violate US
the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte continues to enjoy the trust
and support of the vast majority of Filipinos. According to the Social
Weather Station (SWS), the country’s leading polling entity, their
fourth quarter survey, done on December 3-6, 2016, showed that 81% of
adult Filipinos gave Duterte much trust ...
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Expose Duterte’s Demonic Lies and Brutality to Protect All Filipinos
we sincerely seek to do good, when we speak the truth, when we try to
prevent evil, when we are kind to people, when we help them, when we
seek justice, when we seek a kinder gentler world, there are those who
will still hate and harm us, even those whom we are trying to help ...
Okay, Maybe Donald Trump Has Got It Right This Time
On December 4, President-elect Donald Trump sent out a couple of tweets
that the “liberal media” immediately pounced on as “warmongering” by an
obviously unqualified diplomatic novice who will soon be moving into
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue ...
The Ironic Twist in the Trump-Duterte Lovefest
day after Donald Trump won the US presidency in a stunning upset, Pres.
Rodrigo Duterte declared the end of his personal war with the United
States. “I don’t want to fight now that Trump’s there. I would like to
congratulate President Trump. Mabuhay, Mr. Trump!" ...
Revising History: A Libingan Burial Will Not Change the Truth
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and the Marcos family are now
realizing, a burial a burial at the Libingan Ng Mga Bayani cemetery will
not make former dictator Ferdinand Marcos a hero in the eyes of the tens
of millions of Filipinos who lived through his brutal Martial Law regime ...
The Good News is that Duterte will not Declare Martial Law
I am absolutely confident that Pres. Rodrigo Duterte will not declare
martial law. This confidence is based on the bountiful evidence that the
Filipino people seem entirely too willing to voluntarily surrender their
fundamental constitutional rights so there would be no need to formally
declare martial law ...
Ferdinand Marcos in Libingan: Where Did We Go Wrong?
his campaign pledge on the line, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte
appears to be pulling out all the stops to make sure the remains of
ex-president Ferdinand Marcos get interred in the Libingan ng mga Bayani
(hero’s cemetery) as soon as possible ...
Is President Rodrigo Duterte Painting Himself Into a Corner?
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte digging in his heels and acting
even more petulant towards the West in general and the United States in
particular, one wonders, where do things go from here?
Philippine-American Relations: Why We See Other Nationalities the Way We
With Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte making it crystal clear where
he stands when it comes to choosing allies. Duterte has chosen to cozy
up to the Chinese and the Russians while stretching his country’s
long-standing ties with the United States to the breaking point.
Siding With China: A Wrong-headed Decision, or Duterte’s Stroke of
whatever reason, it is now obvious that Philippine President Rodrigo
Duterte is not a “fan” of the United States of America. In recent
statements, Duterte has pledged closer ties with the People’s Republic
of China, and admitted to admiring Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Demonic forces engulfing the Philippines—President Duterte should resign
world’s good and decent people should force President Rodrigo Duterte to
resign. It’s also for his own good. I don’t hate Duterte. But I hate his
terrible sins. For his own sake, I hope that he amends his evil ways and
saves his soul as his days are numbered. No one is beyond redemption if
he turns to our Lord Jesus Christ.
Duterte’s First Hundred Days: What Does It Say About Him?
assuming office on June 30, 2016, Rodrigo Duterte has now been in
Malacańang for over a hundred days. And for most Filipinos, what a
hundred days they have been. Without doubt, Duterte has shaken up the
local establishment and ruffled feathers all across the globe.
Dissing God, Cussing Obama, and Praising Hitler—What a Week!
Duterte’s mouth may have set a world record for traveling the longest
distance in the shortest time. In a span of just six days, the mouth
went from doubting God in Heaven to condemning Obama to Hell and they
were not even the most outrageous remarks uttered that week.
A Final Adieu to Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago
are in many ways saddened by the passing away of former Senator Miriam
Defensor-Santiago. She was the most prolific Philippine senator by far.
She has authored over 437, 435 bills and filed 181 resolutions since
becoming senator in 1995.
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