On the 1,800 drug-related violent deaths: Duterte: “Are they humans (the drug pushers & users
abs-cbnnews.com has a map and charts, and tables on the big data on the Duterte drug war, and minute detailed data like the list of names of the fatalities
with region, city/municipality and dates killed: 1,233 violent deaths from May 10-Aug. 26, 2016.
(the list is not in html , i screenshot each portion that could fit on the screen, cropped it, then resized it, there are 35 pieces of png file, it will take up a big portion of the space allotted for this site. Some are embedded in this blog post; someday i would have enough blog space to embed everything, be patient).
PNP Chief Bato however said that it was 1,800 violent deaths related to drugs since Duterte came to power, which was 57 days ago.
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…for a woodsy hypothesis.
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From Rappler, excerpts: “Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella also clarified on Monday morning that the country will not be leaving the UN.” xxx “We are not decoupling. It was a matter of record, it was a statement,” said Abella during a press conference at Malacañang Palace (today). xxx “[President Duterte] was just basically stating the fact that the Philippines is a sovereign nation and should not be meddled with,” he added.
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Ay, hindi na tayo magiging Rogue Nation (Aw, shucks, we won’t be a Rogue Nation after all).
So, our status now is:
We are an ex-future Rogue Nation;
ex-future UN “exiter”;
ex-future exes with UN…
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“Ph to go rogue internationally” “Ph to fight UN as rogue nation”
The broadsheets missed a more accurate and contextualized headline for President Duterte’s graveyard shift venting during a media briefing Sunday 1:00am: “Maybe we’ll just have to decide to separate from the United Nations. If you are that rude, son of a ♠∉∗ϖ∇, then we’ll just leave you”. -Duterte
Philippines to go rogue, all Filipinos to wear a pompadour hairstyle — that’s how to write a headline : you missed it.
The 1:00am media briefings are always exciting.
Not to worry. An international investigation leading to criminal indictment internationally will probably take four years. What President Duterte should look into is the Rome Statute creating the International Criminal Court which the Philippines ratified in 2011.
Can the UN rapporteur gather enough evidence to…
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