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teka.. meron palang mga Pinoy din na nababahala.. at nagiiyakan... nagbabasakaling matutulungan sa mga poreynger at mga feeling poreynger...


mga 8% sila..





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totoo naman talaga puro nalang mga mahihirap ang kawawa sa fake drug war na to.... pano naman mga drug lords (tulag ni polong)?
pa chill chill lang din habang yung mga rugby boys pinapatay ni dutae? :(



wahahahahaha kaya pala hindi nakaka-update sa team niya si rugby boy abala sa pagtatago :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


uu naman... delikado na eh :lol: :lol: :lol:

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24 Oras: 6 na tauhan daw ng mag-asawang supplier umano ng droga sa Antipolo City, arestado


nasaan na kaya mga amo nito? ... bakit puro mga taohan lang nahuhuli? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 8:04 pm 
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UN rights body OKs investigation on PH drug killings, rights situation
John Gabriel Agcaoili, ABS-CBN News
Posted at Jul 11 2019 07:19 PM | Updated as of Jul 11 2019 07:42
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MANILA (UPDATE) - The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has adopted a resolution seeking an investigation into the human rights situation in the Philippines, including alleged extrajudicial killings in government's drug war.

During its 41st regular session in Geneva, Switzerland, the rights body voted to adopt the resolution filed by Iceland, among 18 countries that voted yes, including Peru and Uruguay.

A total of 14 countries, meanwhile, voted no, including China, with which the Philippines has been pursuing enhanced ties despite unresolved disputes in the South China Sea.

Fifteen countries abstained, including Japan, Pakistan, and Brazil.

The Philippines rejected the resolution, with Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. calling it a "travesty" in a statement a representative read on his behalf.

"This resolution was not universally adopted. Therefore, its validity is highly questionable. It does not represent the will of the Council, much less that of the developing countries who are always the target of such resolutions," Locsin said.

Locsin called out western nations for their "arrogance," saying they pushed for the resolution "in the confidence that the world has forgotten what they did and what should have been done to them had there been a Human Rights Council."

"This resolution flies in the face of everything the Philippines has worked for when it founded the Human Rights Council in 2006, and when it advanced the work towards realizing a Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the 1940s, insisting on strong commitments for justice, dignity and conscience, and the rights of women — a concept almost unheard of then," he said.

This was how the UNHRC member-states voted:

YES

Argentina
Austria
Australia
Bahamas
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Fiji
Iceland
Italy
Peru
Mexico
Slovakia
Spain
Ukraine
United Kingdom including Northern Ireland
Uruguay




NO

Bahrain
Cameroon
China
Cuba
Egypt
Eritrea
Hungary
India
Iraq
Philippines
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Somalia



ABSTAIN

Bangladesh
Brazil
Burkina Faso
Chile
Congo
Japan
Nepal
Nigeria
Pakistan
Rwanda
Senegal
South Africa
Togo
Tunisia



Rights groups have claimed that tens of thousands have died in the Philippine government's drug war. Police have, meanwhile said, the figure is just at over 6,000 from the start of the Duterte administration in July 2016 until the end of May.

Government has repeatedly denied involvement in summary killings, saying drug suspects slain in police operations had resisted arrest.



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'There will be consequences': Locsin questions validity of UN resolution on PH rights
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Posted at Jul 11 2019 08:02 PM | Updated as of Jul 11 2019 08:24 PM




MANILA - Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. said the government was rejecting the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) resolution seeking an investigation into the human rights situation in the Philippines.

In a speech read on his behalf during the UNHRC's 41st regular session in Geneva, Switzerland, Locsin questioned the validity of the resolution.

"This resolution was not universally adopted. Therefore, its validity is highly questionable. It does not represent the will of the Council, much less that of the developing countries who are always the target of such resolutions," he said.

"Western countries pushed for this resolution in the confidence that the world has forgotten what they did and what should have been done to them had there been a Human Rights Council. It was pushed with the arrogance that developing countries must not stand up to them even if we can and as we hereby do. There will be consequences," Locsin added.

Locsin said the Philippines was rejecting the resolution, which he said is being used to threaten states with "tough approach to crushing crime."

"The Philippines rejects this resolution. It cannot, in good conscience, abide by it. We will not accept a politically partisan and one- sided resolution, so detached from the truth on the ground. It comes straight from the mouth of the Queen in Alice in Wonderland, “First the judgment, then the proof," Locsin added.

United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Thursday adopted a resolution seeking an investigation into the human rights situation in the Philippines, including alleged extrajudicial killings in government's drug war.

During its 41st regular session in Geneva, Switzerland, the rights body voted to adopt the resolution filed by Iceland, among 18 countries that voted yes, including Peru and Uruguay.

A total of 14 countries, meanwhile, voted no, including China, with which the Philippines has been pursuing enhanced ties despite unresolved disputes in the South China Sea.

For Locsin, the adoption of the resolution was not a victory for human rights but "a travesty travesty of them that should honor the character of the author and co-sponsors of the resolution."

"It is an example of how these countries – they who are least entitled to make such accusations, incited by false information from sources peddling their untruths for money, or who have allowed themselves to be played by the ill will of a few – have undermined the Human Rights Council to advance their agenda and target a government that’s hostile to the very things they have done and continue to do, and about which there is overwhelming proof," he said.

He also said the resolution goes against everything the Philippines worked for as one of the founding members of the Human Rights Council.

"Do not presume to threaten states with accountability for a tough approach to crushing crime, at which some of your countries are complicit at worst and tolerant at best. You don’t have the wherewithal, so all you can do is insult. The United Nations is a collection of sovereignties and not a sovereign collective," he added.



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Duterte on UN human rights probe: Tell me your purpose first
Arianne Merez, ABS-CBN News
Posted at Jul 11 2019 08:02 PM





MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte said Thursday he wants to first find out the purpose of the United Nations Human Rights Council in investigating extrajudicial killings under his war on drugs.

“Let them state their purpose and I will review it,” Duterte told reporters.

The President explained that if the international body only wants to add controversy to the issue, he would just refer them to the media.

“Kasi kung magdagdag lang sila sa intriga (if they will just add to the controversy), they better go to the media and the media will tell them the truth. Eh ipalabas ninyo ‘yung footages ninyong lahat and all, and that will clear everybody,” Duterte said.

The UNHRC on Thursday voted to adopt a resolution calling for an investigation into thousands of killings under Duterte’s anti-narcotics campaign.

UN rights body OKs investigation on PH drug killings, rights situation
Duterte has faced local and international criticism over the bloody campaign which began at the start of his presidency 3 years ago.

Police have said more than 6,000 drug suspects were killed in police anti-drug operations from July 2016, when Duterte became President, until the end of May this year.

But activists say that at least 27,000 have been killed since Duterte was elected on a platform of crushing crime. Among these were 3-year-old Myka Ulpina who was caught in a crossfire during a police operation in Rodriguez town, Rizal on June 30.

- with a report from Reuters



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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:23 am 
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langyang Iceland to...


a cursory examination of UN HRC investigations reveal either an underlying govt upheaval, war or racial discrimination as the most likely causes of such abuses...

dito sa Pinas, assuming without conceding, if there is indeed state-influenced systematic human rights abuses...it is in the conduct of the govt's response to the drug menace, not genocide, not civil war, not a war against the poor..

...if there are indeed human rights abuses

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Papalakpak na naman ang karsonsilyo nung poreynger dito. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Papalakpak na naman ang karsonsilyo nung poreynger dito. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

yan ba yung tatang brad ay sorry nagagalit nga pala yun sa tawag na yan hihihihihih :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Nanginginig na sa takot si Digong... :shake: :shake: :shake:


This is how I see it...
Pareho tayong mga Pilipino..
Pero dahil hindi napapansin ang agenda ng iba,kailangang magpatulong sa mga poreyner para i-bully ang namumuno...

Parang away magkapatid lang...
Instead na ayusin ang gusot internally, nagpatulong pa sa mga kapitbahay para sampalin ang nakakatandang kapatid...

With that, we are exposing our internal weakness to the world...
And because mayaman ang mga kapitbahay, tuwang-tuwa naman sila na i-exploit ang kahinaan ng bansa...


Bakit kaya hindi magawa ng mga Pilipino ang magkaisa? :(

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:59 am 
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STATEMENT OF PHILIPPINE FOREIGN AFFAIRS SECRETARY TEODORO L. LOCSIN, JR. ON THE ADOPTION OF THE ICELAND RESOLUTION BY THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL

In 1945, the Philippines, along with 50 other states, founded the United Nations. We were not yet independent. But the Filipino people – for having taken in the wretched of the earth – won its place at the Creation of the United Nations.

We helped create the UN to honor the universal values of respect for sovereignty and non-interference in the internal affairs of state which were brazenly and brutally violated on a global scale by those who censured us today. There is too the value of dialogue which is violated by the high-handed insistence that it be one sided while the other side keeps quiet, the latter to speak in its defense but only in proceedings dictated by the former to ensure its agreeable result.

In the process leading to the adoption of this resolution, we have witnessed the very opposite of these values that hold the UN together. We have seen its mandate “weaponized” for the sake of interests with the evident means to get it done.

This resolution was not universally adopted. Therefore, its validity is highly questionable. It does not represent the will of the Council, much less that of the developing countries who are always the target of such resolutions. Western countries pushed for this resolution in the confidence that the world has forgotten what they did and what should have been done to them had there been a Human Rights Council. It was pushed with the arrogance that developing countries must not stand up to them even if we can and as we hereby do. There will be consequences.

They sought to bring a people and a country, with an unblemished human rights record, down to the level of the authors of atrocities the world must not forget: of Amritsar, Mau Mau and the Boer War; Ragawede and the murder of Anne Frank and her kind; the trendsetting holocaust of the Congo; the profiling of Romani people; the massacre of aborigines at Forrest River; the culmination of Leopold’s Ghost in Bergen-Belsen to name one of a sprawling network of extermination camps; slave trading in the West Indies and the abduction of Inuit children as part of the eradication of that race’s way of life; Addis Ababa and the invention of death from above (though that distinction is shared with the author of Amritsar); Setif and the drowning of North Africans in the river Seine; the cowardice of European UN peacekeepers who stepped aside to allow the massacre of those they had herded together for their safety; the dissolution and consequent anarchy of North African and Middle Eastern countries, and the revival of the slave trade from there; and the callous expulsion of refugees crossing the Mediterranean to escape the European miscalculation.

But we will not engage in throwing at each other the bodies of each side’s respective victims. We cannot compete with the West.

The Philippines is affronted that we should be named with the very breath of these authors of these atrocities, the same ones so bold to condemn us – we who opened our arms to save their victims before the War, and well into the savage wars of peace culminating in the Vietnam War to whose victims we gave shelter when everyone else turned them away.

But let us be clear on this: this resolution is not a triumph of human rights but a travesty of them that should honor the character of the author and co-sponsors of the resolution.

It is an example of how these countries – they who are least entitled to make such accusations, incited by false information from sources peddling their untruths for money, or who have allowed themselves to be played by the ill will of a few – have undermined the Human Rights Council to advance their agenda and target a government that’s hostile to the very things they have done and continue to do, and about which there is overwhelming proof.

This resolution flies in the face of everything the Philippines has worked for when it founded the Human Rights Council in 2006, and when it advanced the work towards realizing a Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the 1940s, insisting on strong commitments for justice, dignity and conscience, and the rights of women — a concept almost unheard of then.

The responsibility to protect starts with protecting the good against the bad, the innocent against the vicious. We invoke the government’s great power – and therefore commensurate responsibility – to protect human rights as multilateral bodies cannot. Foremost among those rights is the right to be protected from crime by the state.

Do not presume to threaten states with accountability for a tough approach to crushing crime, at which some of your countries are complicit at worst and tolerant at best. You don’t have the wherewithal, so all you can do is insult. The United Nations is a collection of sovereignties and not a sovereign collective.

Thus, the Philippines rejects this resolution. It cannot, in good conscience, abide by it. We will not accept a politically partisan and one-sided resolution, so detached from the truth on the ground. It comes straight from the mouth of the Queen in Alice in Wonderland, “First the judgment, then the proof.”

The temptation is strong to walk away from all this with well-deserved contempt for the minority of countries that have the least moral standing to raise their false issues to the discredit of the Human Rights Council. But the Philippines must remain true to the cause of human rights. We will continue to work in the Council to advance a noble mandate to respect, protect and fulfill human rights, and rescue it from its misuse.

The Philippines renews its solemn responsibility to protect the law-abiding against the lawless by any means efficient to achieve the defining purpose for the existence and expense of a state. To that responsibility, my President has made an iron, unwavering and total commitment; and it will not be weakened by this ill-fated resolution.

Our foreign policy was summed up as being “Friend to all, enemy to none.” In the face of today’s changing realities, I refined this to “Friend to friends, enemy to enemies, and a worse enemy to false friends.” We renew our solidarity with our true friends who have stood by us in this farce. But we will not tolerate any form of disrespect or acts of bad faith. There will be consequences; far-reaching ones.


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langyang Iceland to...


a cursory examination of UN HRC investigations reveal either an underlying govt upheaval, war or racial discrimination as the most likely causes of such abuses...

dito sa Pinas, assuming without conceding, if there is indeed state-influenced systematic human rights abuses...it is in the conduct of the govt's response to the drug menace, not genocide, not civil war, not a war against the poor..

...if there are indeed human rights abuses


most of them didn't even know where Philippines is located...

Much more the idea on how we live.


But, kudos to them they had solve their drug problem in a less violent way..

here's how they do it.

https://mosaicscience.com/story/iceland ... nce-abuse/


I think the differences with Iceland and Philippines are... Corruption, Population Density, Poverty, and Tagalog Drama's coupled with get rich quick mentality..

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Nanginginig na sa takot si Digong... :shake: :shake: :shake:


This is how I see it...
Pareho tayong mga Pilipino..
Pero dahil hindi napapansin ang agenda ng iba,kailangang magpatulong sa mga poreyner para i-bully ang namumuno...

Parang away magkapatid lang...
Instead na ayusin ang gusot internally, nagpatulong pa sa mga kapitbahay para sampalin ang nakakatandang kapatid...

With that, we are exposing our internal weakness to the world...
And because mayaman ang mga kapitbahay, tuwang-tuwa naman sila na i-exploit ang kahinaan ng bansa...


Bakit kaya hindi magawa ng mga Pilipino ang magkaisa? :(


it's in our genes....

kahit yung mga bata.. palakasan na lang kay mama o papa.. magsusumbong ng kung ano ano.. mapaparusahan lang ang kapatid maysala man o wala... tapos sabay belat sa kapatid pag napalo...


pag ma sentensyahan si Digong bebelat din kaya si Lenny? o baka ibang belat..


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Nanginginig na sa takot si Digong... :shake: :shake: :shake:


This is how I see it...
Pareho tayong mga Pilipino..
Pero dahil hindi napapansin ang agenda ng iba,kailangang magpatulong sa mga poreyner para i-bully ang namumuno...

Parang away magkapatid lang...
Instead na ayusin ang gusot internally, nagpatulong pa sa mga kapitbahay para sampalin ang nakakatandang kapatid...

With that, we are exposing our internal weakness to the world...
And because mayaman ang mga kapitbahay, tuwang-tuwa naman sila na i-exploit ang kahinaan ng bansa...


Bakit kaya hindi magawa ng mga Pilipino ang magkaisa? :(


it's in our genes....

kahit yung mga bata.. palakasan na lang kay mama o papa.. magsusumbong ng kung ano ano.. mapaparusahan lang ang kapatid maysala man o wala... tapos sabay belat sa kapatid pag napalo...


pag ma sentensyahan si Digong bebelat din kaya si Lenny? o baka ibang belat..


:lol: :lol: :lol:


Imagine this...
They are making it appear that the Philippines now belongs to the level of Afghanistan, Syria, etc...
I'm wondering if we have genocide in here...wondering if you can't walk freely without a gun...

Ganito na ba talaga kagulo ang Pinas???

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that's how they want to paint us..


para lang makamtan or mabalik lang sa kanila ang power...

tsk tsk tsk..

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