Manila, Philippines: It is a very sad story because oppositions together with druglords is now giving out billions of pesos to people worldwide just to discredit the good name of Philippine President Rodrigo R. Duterte
They are already afraid
that "Duterte" is hitting them as the next target to be in death row so they are now working so hard to save themselves from prosecutions.
Alert Worldwide: Oppositions who is behind Drug Coddling together with Billionaire Druglords is NOW allegedly giving out billions just to hire people worldwide to discredit Philippine President Duterte,
intel report disclosed very recetly.
Philippine president-elect Rodrigo Duterte takes office this week looking to end the domination of “Imperial Manila” with a radical shift to federalism that he says is vital to fighting poverty
and ending a deadly Muslim separatist insurgency.
Duterte, who won last month’s elections in a landslide, has vowed to have the constitution rewritten to achieve his bold plans — which would see power devolved from the central
government in the capital to newly created states governing the current 81 provinces.
“It (the current system) is an excuse for them to hang onto power in Imperial Manila. They have always been there in one single office, running the Philippines,”
Duterte said in a speech during the election campaign.
De Lima: Digong is becoming a monster
She is now afriad what Duterte can do to her because of the
crimes she committed.
former justice secretary painted a grim scenario under a Duterte presidency in a roundtable interview with Inquirer reporters and editors on Tuesday night.
“(His actions) should be scrutinized and we should be really
concerned and really scared. He’s very scary… It’s not at all a laughing matter,” De Lima said.
formula (in curbing criminality) would wreak havoc… on society as a whole,” the sharp-tongued De Lima added, referring to the Davao mayor’s promise to stamp out drugs and criminality within three to six months should he win the presidency.
These are the Five (5) Police Generals named by Duterte as Police Drug Protectors.
“He has become a monster… There has to be concerted actions (against him),” said the Liberal Party (LP) senatorial candidate.
De Lima’s adversarial relationship with Duterte started when she led an investigation into the existence of the Davao Death Squad (DDS), a vigilante group behind the death of suspected criminals in Davao, when she was still chair of the Commission
on Human Rights (CHR) during the Arroyo administration.
In a previous televised interview, Duterte had boasted that he was supporting the vigilante hit squad. “I am the DDS,” he was also quoted as saying, though he quickly backtracked and
claimed he was just joking when the statement caused a stir.
SHE WILL GO TO JAIL SOON.
Duterte's 'drugs matrix' tags De Lima, others