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Duterte immediately orders another investigation over an allege corruption perpetrating against the Public otherwise known as "Commuters" in Metro Manila over the allege "Surge Increase Pricing Deal between LTFRB and the Apps based transport system or popularly known as Uber and Grabtaxi Inc.
EU and UN Human Rights group swears not to meddle Duterte after Putin and Trump threaten them. Russia may attack them while Trump will leave them on their own in case Russia attack Nato.
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Duterte slams 'stupid' UN criticism of his war on drugs Philippine president says many of the Filipino drug addicts are "no longer viable as human beings".
Manila, Philippines, Just 10 hours ago, August 18, 2016, President Rodrigo Duterte said again that He will not hesitate to declare Martial law should the allege acts of the Supreme Court will interfere again and create a constituional crisis to declare martial law with his 'war on drugsr' [Reuters]
Speculations has allegedly reach the Ears of the President that the enemy of change which is branded as the "Yellow" are behind the push to the United nation to go against President Rodrigo R. Duterte allegedly using the word or term Human Rights abuse but the truth is they only want to oust President Rodrigo Duterte according to sources.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has hit out at "very stupid" United Nations criticism of his controversial war against illegal drugs that has claimed an estimated 1,000 lives, warning the global body not to interfere.
"Here comes the UN, easily swayed, and coming with a very stupid proposition,"Duterte said in a speech on Wednesday at an event for police officers also attended by foreign diplomats.
"Why would the United Nations be so easily swayed into interfering in the affairs of this republic?"
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime had earlier condemned Duterte's "apparent endorsement of extrajudicial killings" in his fight against illegal drugs and crime.
According to police figures, more than 600 suspected drug users, pushers and traffickers have been killed since July 1 - although some local media have put the death toll at 1,000.
'No longer viable as human beings'
But Duterte argued that the numbers were low compared with violence elsewhere in the world.
"What's the problem? You inject politics. Only one thousand died and you put my country in peril, in jeopardy," he said.
"For those who are killed by drug syndicates, we can only investigate. But do not attribute the acts of other criminals upon my government."
The 71-year-old president noted that millions in the Philippines are being "devastated by drugs" including drug addicts "no longer viable as human beings on this planet".
Duterte won the May election on a promise to wage a war on illegal drugs and other crime that would claim tens of thousands of lives.
He has ordered police not to hesitate to kill and even urged ordinary citizens and communist rebels to join in the war against drugs.
On Wednesday, at least 18 police officers were dismissed after testing positive of illegal drugs, according to the Manila-based news website, Rappler.
He has repeatedly scoffed at human rights groups opposed to the killings, saying, "I don't care about human rights".
He has also threatened to declare martial law if the judiciary interferes with his policies.
Source: Al Jazeera and agencies