Duterte is more influential than Obama

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Duterte is more influential than Obama

Postby Airborne » 28th October 2016, 12:23

Dear Zambia,

President Rodrigo Duterte's profanities have become his trademark, especially when threatening to kill drug dealers as part of his war on illegal drugs that has left thousands dead since he took office at the end of June.


Duterte made the stunning pledge on arrival in his southern hometown of Davao city late Thursday from a trip to Japan. While flying home, he said he was looking at the sky while everyone was sound asleep, some snoring, and he heard a voice that said "'if you don't stop epithets, I will bring this plane down now."

"And I said, 'Who is this?' So, of course, 'it's God,'" he said. "So, I promise God to ... not express slang, cuss words and everything. So you guys hear me right always because (a) promise to God is a promise to the Filipino people."

Duterte's vow was met with applause, but he cautioned: "Don't clap too much or else this may get derailed." He shocked the dominant Roman Catholics last year when he fired an expletive while expressing his disgust over a monstrous traffic jam that trapped him while Pope Francis was visiting Manila. "I wanted to call. 'Pope, you son of a bitch, go home.' Don't visit here anymore," he told a mob of supporters, some of whom laughed.

He later apologized after Filipino bishops expressed shock and outrage. It's not certain if the 71-year-old president, who has been compared to U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump because of his brash language, can keep his promise. Duterte has made a similar pledge in June when it became evident that he had won the May 9 presidential elections overwhelmingly on a pledge to end crimes, especially illegal drugs, and corruption.

He said then that he was enjoying his last moments as a "rude person" because "when I become president, when I take my oath of office ... that will be a different story. There will be a metamorphosis."

It didn't take long for Duterte to break the promise. He has repeatedly leveled SOB-laced tirades against Obama, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, a few outspoken opposition politicians and human rights advocates, while heaping praises on Chinese and Russian leaders.

There were no expletives in his late Thursday speech, but Duterte still sounded mean toward critics. When asked for his message for a Filipino beauty queen who won the recent Miss International pageant, Duterte said he was proud. "Many Filipinas are beautiful, but all of you there in the human rights commission are ugly."

Asked if the days of his cursing the U.S. and the E.U are over, Duterte didn't answer clearly. "I do not want anybody reading my mind because I couldn't make a smart move anymore. But it's all calibrated, it's all about timing," Duterte said.
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Re: Duterte is more influential than Obama

Postby Chimbuzi » 28th October 2016, 15:17

Air

Duterte said he will talk to Putin, after visiting China, because it's the Philippines, China and Russia against the world. A leader of an impoverished third world country trying to equate himself with the big boys. Oblivious to the fact that China is merely trying to use him as s pawn against the US.

Air, soon Obama will be out of office. You will have to find a new target for your vitriol.
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Re: Duterte is more influential than Obama

Postby Airborne » 28th October 2016, 17:46

.....Chimbuzi...I cant wait...am tired of seeing the world lose its direction!
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Re: Duterte is more influential than Obama

Postby Chimbuzi » 28th October 2016, 18:11

Air

Did you hear the latest from your idol boy Trump? He suggests they should bypass the election and declare him president already. Like a typical banana republic numskull. These dictators mwandi..
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Re: Duterte is more influential than Obama

Postby Airborne » 29th October 2016, 13:08

..Chimbuzi..

Did you also hear that your tyranny - Margaret Thatcher re-incarnation -Hillary is called for FBI investigations into her email leaks? Then she goes on to say, any any case people have already made up their mind to vote for me. Ironic and you call Duterte a Tyranny?

You also think these elections are not rigged? You think rigging only exists in African politics?

The polls are catching up with the democrats and now they are giving an excuse that people have already made up their mind. If Melaney trump defends her husband and a well taught girl...she is condemned and when Hillary punished these girls Bill shagged ..they say she came through it strong....my goodness.
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Re: Duterte is more influential than Obama

Postby Chimbuzi » 29th October 2016, 20:22

Air

The good news is that the second-guessing between you and me will be over in 10 days. Isn't that exciting?
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Re: Duterte is more influential than Obama

Postby Guest » 31st October 2016, 10:00

Chimbuzi,

Dont forget the polls are 46% to 45% national wide and by the way here below is what Malik Obama is saying about his brother Barak....ust so you can learn about your black buddy in state house;

Why Obama's half-brother says he'll be voting for Donald Trump
Why Obama's half-brother says he'll be voting for Donald Trump
I am back in the US and will be voting for Mr. Trump early next week in Maryland.

My [half] brother Barack Obama is a big disappointment.

Why did he not come home to Kogelo [the family village] on his visit to Kenya last year? Why did he not provide for the family when they came to see him in Nairobi? (They experienced extreme hardship and left immediately after the dinner).

Why did he not support Auntie Zeituni [President Obama’s late half aunt, who lived for a decade as an illegal immigrant] in America? He claims to be advocate for illegal immigrants.

Why did no member of the family in Kenya attend the 2016 Democratic Convention?

Why does he not have Auma Obama [the President’s half sister who runs a charity in Kenya] be Director of the Board of The Barack Obama Foundation in Chicago that’s set up for his presidential library if he loves her so much? Why not Mama Sarah Obama his grandmother if he loves her so much? Maya, his sister, is on the board of directors.

Why did he not support and write a forward for my book about his father Barack Obama Sr.?

Why does he not support my foundation set up in the name of his father Barack Obama Sr.?

My two children died; it was nothing to him. No condolences, nothing!

Why should I support him in politics, and he didn’t support me in politics?

Hillary Clinton is a liar and totally corrupt. What is her Clinton Foundation doing for Kenya if she loves Obama so much?

Mr. Trump is a successful businessman. He will make America great again. He is not heartless.

I will not be humiliated anymore by anybody.

The press is corrupt and rigged.
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Re: Duterte is more influential than Obama

Postby Airborne » 31st October 2016, 10:30

...Chimbuzi...its me and not Guest
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