I Support Duterte. Part 7. The truth on the war on drugs.

Update 🙂 October 26, 2016 ❤ Tatay Digong Duterte is now in Japan. At the Economic Forum today he talked about this issue that I’m talking about in this post. In this video following, he starts speaking about this concern at video-time 8:37 🙂 >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmKYRXKQ9wE

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. ❤ . Hello everyone. Notwithstanding the most recent conversations revolving around President Duterte’s October 18-21, 2016 visit to China, I postpone my thoughts-write on that topic and have here instead a most-contested issue on the so-called “extra-judicial-killings” that is the major point of contention among the so-called international “human rights advocates” and our president, and hence our nation = us Filipinos.

I heavily owe my illustrations here from the video that can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrSt3ii2qEo

… this video owns all the illustrations that I have on this post. It is important to note that THE KIND OF DRUG THAT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT HERE IS LOCALLY CALLED SHABU AND IT IS THE POOR MAN’S COCAINE; THE ADDICTS THAT WE SPEAK OF HERE ARE NOT INTO IT AS A MATTER OF RECREATION; that is, we have to appreciate that only the richest in my country have access to choices of drugs similar to that in the industrialized countries; the overwhelming majority of the people that have become addicts in my country do not have the luxury of having the choice on which drug to acquire, these are the poor, and hence have no control over the kind of effect that its (shabu) use has on the nervous system, they have almost no access to rehabilitative help due to cost constraints, and are trapped in the deadly cycle of using and pushing just to acquire the means to maintain the addiction … nervous systems wrecked, their reaction to apprehension is desperate self-preservation, and hence the violent confrontations that costs the country police lives — good lives wasted … nervous systems wrecked and desperate to acquire money to buy more shabu, these addicts have no sense of humanity anymore when they rob and even kill their own parents, hold-up and kill strangers, and even rape children when the high hits them…

…. and now the illustrations below in summary … the president advocates shoot-to-kill measures according only to what the police have been taught in the police academy for 4 years of their education prior to being qualified for the job, and the engagement of such is according to the full authority of the law, which had been determined according to ethical guidelines that is legitimate to any and all courts of law in the world and throughout history, that government authorities such as the police are for the sole purpose of protecting the people of the land against unlawful elements that threaten life and safety. President Duterte utterly condemns extra-judicial killings. Personages investigated today include government officials and the police who have for so long operated with impunity and have aided in the proliferation of the drug menace in the land, and hence have betrayed the trust of the people, and have furthered graft, corruption, and poverty of the majority of the citizenry, thereby victimizing children and the youth the most. It is only now during this governance that the entrenched drug menace is being particularly addressed, hence the strong reaction from quarters who have no in-depth appreciation of the severity and gravity of this threat to the society plus granting that the present administration is running after time with no funds at all to address this urgent problem. There is no money intended for the building of rehabilitation centers because the budget was prepared by the past administration and it had not placed funds for a use that it did not see at that time. So President Duterte’s cleaning up of criminality side by side with rehabilitating drug addicts and dependents is actually running on below-subsistence monetary resources BUT NEVERTHELESS there is no time to lose as the government’s officials who are involved in the drug proliferation have ALL OF THEM not yet been accounted for or brought to accountability NOT  TO  MENTION the other still unidentified drug lords who are in it only for the money at the least and power at the most …. the drive still goes on, and in the mean time, I pray for my government’s success as it keeps at its sincere efforts at making up for the neglect that has now endangered our next generation …. ❤ ❤ ❤ Mabuhay po tayong lahat, mga kapwa tao sa mundo ❤ ❤ ❤duterte-0duterte-1duterte-2duterte-3duterte-3aduterte-4duterte-4aduterte-5duterte-6duterte-7duterte-7aduterte-8duterte-9duterte-10

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Thanks for dropping by. Stay healthy, motivated, and happy wherever you are, or at least try to be, because nothing has the right to take away your right to self-determination. Be happy with your community, with your family, or with friends who see you as family, or simply with the people who have given you their trust and confidence and are happy to have you in their lives — this is the only way to be happy, to be happy with other human beings.

🙂 There is a Being who is as personal as you and me and just because words cannot determine Him/Her then it does not follow that He/She is not.

Have a great day!

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