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speaking of which............................up lang muna ito galing sa kabilang thread, ambobo bobo kasi nung ano, feelingerang genius pa kung makapagcomment sa reply ni mang pubring e siya nga ang hindi naka-gets sa kapalpakan ng "meme" niya :lol:

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lesson: pag bobo ka naman, wag ka na magfeeling matalino hihihihihihih :bounce1:

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at pag ano ka.. wag kang feeling size 10 ang shoes



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The Philippines Must Convince UN to Define a Narcotics Free Life as a Universal Human Right
Written by Adam Garrie on 2018-10-14

Many Filipinos are celebrating their country’s re-election to the UN Human Rights Council :celebrate: after a barrage of black propaganda has been heaped on the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte for his serious approach to the problem of narcotics proliferation and the related phenomena of narco-terrorism and savagely violent crime. While Duterte’s war on drugs continues to be widely misunderstood outside of south east Asia, the uncontested re-election of The Philippines to the Human Rights Council along with recent statements condemning the proliferation of narcotics by UN Secretary General General António Guterres and US President Donald Trump, have given many Filipinos a sense of optimism that one of President Duterte’s key security concerns is now being addressed at an international level by globally known figures.





One of the biggest issues regarding the misunderstanding of Duterte’s war on narcotics is the fake news indicating that Duterte has given “shoot to kill” orders against all active narcotics users. This is far from the truth. Duterte has offered a de-facto amnesty to all dealers, users and traffickers stating that if they turn their backs on their filthy, dangerous and illegal habits, they can lead a normal life like anyone else. Furthermore, in the event of an arrest, Duterte has continually instructed police and other law enforcement officials to only use lethal force if their own safety or that of innocent bystanders is endangered due to the ultra-violence of users of the horrific drug Shabu.

Below are points previously outlined in Eurasia Future that supporters of President Duterte should explain to those who have been subject to the malicious defamation campaign against the popular Philippine President:

“For those in the west where marijuana legalisation is becoming increasingly common and therefore associate Duterte’s drug war with some sort of 20th century US style war on marijuana, one should note that the drug problem in The Philippines centres around a particularly potent and explicitly dangerous form of meth known as Shabu. Individuals on Shabu are a danger not only to themselves but to their families and strangers. Shabu takers are widely known and feared due to the fact they commit the most gruesome crimes against humanity throughout the nation.



From armed theft to random murder and breaking into family homes and raping everything from infants to the elderly, those on Shabu are transformed into horrific monsters that no society should have to deal with. This is a far cry from the ‘weed culture’ of certain countries and to this end, Duterte has voiced a position in favour of legalising medical marijuana.

But when it comes to hard drugs like Shabu which have turned once peaceful towns and cities into war zones reminiscent of something in Yemen or Syria, Duterte has taken a zero-tolerance, hands on approach to the drug problem which remains one of his most popular policies in a country crying out for human rights for the normal law abiding citizens.

It should be further stated that Duterte has never given so-called “shoot to kill orders” but has insisted that when a suspect is a clear and present danger to those around him, police and civilians have the right to restrain a dangerous individual with lethal force as a last resort in order to avoid the bloodshed of innocent people. Duterte has further expanded rehabilitation programs for those who voluntarily turn themselves in or are peacefully apprehended- thus proving that the “death squad” narrative is not only taken out of context but is totally misrepresented by many so-called journalists.



Finally, as the Shabu trade fuels violent armed gangs of mafioso warlords as well as terrorist groups ranging from the far-left NPA to Takfiri groups aligned with Daesh (ISIS), Duterte has done a service to the wider global war against terrorism by attacking a crucial funding source for barbaric terrorism”.

With this in mind, it becomes clear why most Filipino voters continue to support their President and continue to support his holistic approach to tackling all of the forms of violent crime and terrorism that are a direct outgrowth of the narcotics trade.



During his most recent State of The Nation Address, Duterte affirmed his unwavering stance in the war on drugs. Addressing his Liberal (aka yellow) opponents, Duterte said:

“If you think I can be dissuaded from my drug war…by protests which I believe are misdirected, then you’ve got it all wrong. Your concern is human rights – mine is human lives”.

Of course the protection of human life is the penultimate human right, while the guarantee to live in peace and freedom that is enshrined in the UN Declaration on Human Rights is demonstrably incompatible with living among narco-criminals. Duterte is in fact a champion of human rights because he wants to preside over a nation where young children can walk to school without being kidnapped or molested by narco-gangsters. Duterte wants to live in a society where women can walk alone without being subjected to violent sexual assault from Shabu users. Duterte wants all Filipinos to live comfortably in their homes without the threat of mad Shabu users committing arson, theft and murder against civilians in the way that groups like Daesh do in parts of the Middle East. Sadly, all of these aforementioned devious acts are features of the Shabu culture that Duterte continues to confront with extreme seriousness.



The horrific violence associating with narcotics ought to be an issue taken seriously by the United Nations Human Rights Council and as such, the UN must declare that the right to live in a narcotics free society is not just a noble goal but an inalienable human right. As such, just as the UN works with its member states to combat intentional terrorism, poverty and the lack of clean water and medicine across the world, so too should the UN and its associated organisations work alongside its member states to help multiple nations from the US superpower to the poorest African nations to combat the universal scourge of narcotics.

As the man who has become the symbol of a new era in tackling drug related criminality, Duterte’s message to the world should be delivered by his envoys to the UN loudly and clearly. Far from being a “human rights violator” Duterte is helping to shed light on the fact that societies infested with narcotics are societies where the human rights of all people are threatened.

This is the proper way to move forward and to finally determine if the United Nations is able to live up to its high ideals in an increasingly challenging time for global security.




mabuti kukunti lang ang na uto nang mga Dilawan sa labas nang Bansa yung bayaran media tulad nang new york times malaki siguro ang payola nila kay madam Lewis :biglaugh: :biglaugh:

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Duterte Should Win a Peace Prize For Exposing And Combating The Terror of Narcotics
Written by Adam Garrie on 2018-10-13

It has been that “the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing”. Nowhere is this statement more true than in respect of the global proliferation of narcotics. Just about every government and every individual knows the dangers of radical international terror groups including Daesh (ISIS), even if they have not come face to face with such terrorists. Yet in certain countries, the horror of narcotics is either wilfully ignored or distorted to the point that ordinary people have become unaware of a problem that exists in every nation, even if it may not yet exist in every street.

The truth of the matter is that that the spread of narcotics is an international plague that in terms of scale and consequently in terms of wickedness is even more dangerous than traditional forms of international terrorism. The trafficking of drugs has led to the rise of organised criminal syndicates that are often more heavily armed than many terrorist cells. The threats such groups cause to the safety of both civilians and security officers has resulted in more casualties than those who have for example been beheaded by Daesh.



Likewise, the number of communities that have been enslaved by the drug traffickers and dealers number higher than the places under occupation by most of the world’s well known terror groups. Finally, the effects of narcotics and shabu in particular have the ability to turn otherwise downtrodden ordinary people into terrorists whose killing, raping, torturing, burning, breaking and stealing sprees know no end.

But the parallels between the world of narcotics and the world of international terrorism do not end there. Another fact that is continually ignored is that most terror groups fund themselves by selling drugs while most terrorists are on drugs at the time that they commit their wicked atrocities.

In 2011, when Libyan Revolutionary leader Muammar Gaddafi appeared before his nation saying that seditious elements and foreign agitators were on narcotics and thus deprived of their own cognitive abilities, he was laughed at by the western mainstream media who cheered on his subsequent assassination at the hands of al-Qaeda proxies working with NATO.





It turns out that Gaddafi was absolutely correct. Drugs have become a staple of the modern terrorist’s diet. From Libya to Syria and Iraq to Philippines, warped young men without a real knowledge of any particular faith or ideology are taking vast amounts of drugs in order to give them the physical stamina combined with mental incapacity, which allows them to carry out barbaric atrocities without cessation. If it ever seemed odd that young men turn to terrorism which will often lead to their own death, as well as the death of others, without any promise of earthly remuneration, this is because even among the poor or the mentally challenged, terrorism is typically unthinkable.

It is the promise and delivery of mind altering drugs which pushes young people into terrorism, rather than mythical notions about an un-Islamic and un-Christian afterlife. In this sense, the difference between a young man turning to drug dealing or robbery, has the same basic origins as those who turn to terrorism. In most societies it is a slippery slope. It is no coincidence that many well known terrorists were fond of alcohol, prostitutes and so-called recreational drugs prior to committing their atrocities. While alcoholism, the taking of narcotics and the frequenting of harlots is prohibited in Islam, these actions are de rigueur in respect of the lifestyles that surround the narco-trade. Thus, terrorism is anything but a “problem with Islam”, it is a geopolitical problem whose foot-soldiers are fuelled by dangerous drugs.

While there are many drugs used by terrorists, well-known narcotics such as cocaine is at best, a second favourite among today’s killers. The 21st century terrorist’s drug of choice is a pill called Captagon whose effects while similar to cocaine, are even more extreme, making its users capable of super-human violence while totally erasing what remains of a human conscience.



Captagon has been found among Daesh (ISIS) and al-Qaeda fighters in Libya, Iraq, Syria, as well as in terrorist shipping roots in France and Italy, just to name a few. But other drugs also play their role. Philippines President Duterte has waged a war against drug addicts, drug dealers and the criminal networks built up around both. These networks include not only mafioso gangs, but Daesh aligned terrorist organisations. Soldiers in The Philippines have discovered that the Daesh aligned Maute Group who for months occupied the city of Marawi in Mindanao, were taking the drug known as Shabu, a powerful methamphetamine which has been at the root of South East Asia’s drug problem.

Recently, it came to be known that the terrorists who slaughtered civilians last year on England’s London Bridge and surrounding areas, were on powerful steroids. But it is not just Daesh and al-Qaeda related terrorists who are fuelled by drugs. Most of the so-called mass shooters in recent US history, have been under the influence of narcotics both during and before their killing sprees. This includes Stephen Paddock, the man who committed the biggest mass shooting in US history last year in Las Vegas.



With terrorist fighters taking drugs and with terrorist organisations profiting from the sale of drugs and with historic and current allegations of the CIA profiting from its own involvement in the international narcotics trade, one contemporary leader stands above the rest in both articulating the nature of the drug problem and taking concrete steps to stop it. This man is Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte. Gaddafi first warned of this phenomenon in 2011, at a time when most people outside of Davao did not know the name Rodrigo Duterte.

Today, Duterte is saving lives by tacking the drug problem at its core. It is no surprise therefore that some of the same neo-imperialist forces which killed Gaddafi are now trying to imprison Duterte due to their fear that he might expose the link between drugs and terrorism even more than he already has done. The CIA of course has its hands dirty in the drug trade, while the US has been supporting terrorism in Libya and Syria for at least seven years. Duterte has made a brave stand in taking on not only local gangs and terrorist groups, but their Washington benefactors. Anyone who opposes terrorism, should stand with President Duterte, for it is only he who understands its most fundamental root cause.



The United Nations itself recently admitted that the horror of narcotics threatens global peace, freedom and economic development. Yet of all the leaders in the world, the vast majority merely talked while Rodrigo Duterte took action. There are times in history when lovers of peace must temporarily lay down their ploughs and take up the sword against an enemy so evil and so pervasive that a tough approach to such dangers is the only thing that stands between innocent life and a megadeath at the hands of the narco-terrorists.

Duterte has stated that he will not rest until he rids his country of drugs. This day would arrive much sooner if every nation in the world joined Duterte in a global fight that is even bigger and broader than that against groups like Daesh – a group that incidentally has made millions of Dollars from selling drugs and a group whose terrorist fighters are typically on drugs.

While others waited for the problem to grow, Duterte knew what needed to be done both at a local level in Davao and later throughout The Philippines after becoming President. Just as any brave warrior who liberates his people from evil is a man of peace, so too is Duterte. Hopefully someday the world will realise what millions of Filipinos and global admirers of Duterte already know.

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Lessons in Harry’s downfall
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Reader, whether you like Harry Roque or not, whether you respect him or not, I think you have to agree that President Duterte treated him more like a rat or cockroach than like the dog or tuta that he was. Actually, I will go as far as to say that what happened to Roque shouldn’t even have happened to a dog. But maybe there’s a lesson in there somewhere.

Understand, Reader, that I am not privy to the inside story, if there is one. I’m sure it will come out sooner, rather than later—the President reportedly having had some frontal lobe brain injury (probably from a motorbike accident) which affects his ability to stop himself from doing or saying what immediately comes to mind. No filters. At least that is what I am told by some doctors who have been analyzing his behavior. At any rate, my information comes solely from the media and its practitioners

So here is Roque, who gave up his position as a party-list congressman (some say he was kicked out, because of how he behaved in the De Lima hearings in Congress) to be the President’s spokesperson (others say it was because of such behavior that he got into the President’s good graces).

As presidential spokesperson, though, it must be said that he did a good job. He held his own in international fora. He defended his principal with vigor, and even attempted to explain the irrational with seeming rationality. His loyalty knew no bounds. He adopted the positions of his principal with enthusiasm, sometimes giving the impression that he was “mas papista que el Papa” (more popish than the Pope). And, as I noted last week, he did not hesitate to completely distort the truth while doing so.

One would have thought that this would have earned him some reciprocal loyalty from his principal, even while it certainly cost him the respect of his former colleagues—not the ones in Congress, but rather in the academe, in the law, and in human rights.

But apparently not. The President did not seem to trust his spokesperson Harry with the information that he was going to the hospital for some tests, leaving Harry twisting in the wind after he stoutly proclaimed that his principal did not go to the hospital. He threw cold water, publicly, on Harry’s ambitions to be a senator—with the reason(?) that he would not win because the soldiers don’t like him(!). And when Roque dared to sulk a bit at this treatment—he snuck off to Hong Kong to lick his wounds—the President immediately named another spokesperson without so much as a thank you to Roque for services rendered, much less giving him notice that he was being replaced.

The President explains it differently, of course. As far as he is concerned, the whole thing started because Roque was shilly-shallying about his Senate run. I am sure Roque will have a face-saving-for-all explanation as well. After all, the Senate still looms largely for him, and he will take all the crap he is given to gain his goal.

But that will not change the essential story. Is there a lesson in there somewhere? To thine own self be true? Never put all your eggs in one basket? Or the exact opposite, which Andrew Carnegie advocated: Put all your eggs in one basket… and watch that basket?


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tatay digong ang kauna-unahan presidente ng pinas na sinamahan mismo ang kanyang tsimoy (na bilyonaryo) sa comelec. para mag file ng coc.



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Opinyon na ba yan? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Maisss maisssss kayo diyan! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Maisss maisssss kayo diyan! :lol: :lol: :lol:


natawa si short sa super pangit na Photoshop :lol: :lol:

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Maisss maisssss kayo diyan! :lol: :lol: :lol:


natawa si short sa super pangit na Photoshop :lol: :lol:

Ang corny! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Maisss maisssss kayo diyan! :lol: :lol: :lol:


natawa si short sa super pangit na Photoshop :lol: :lol:

Ang corny! :lol: :lol: :lol:


super corny :lol: :lol:

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di na nakamoveon mga haters ni digong dito :lol: :lol: :lol:

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