At the beginning of October I published this rant about Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte, after he expressed his intention to “slaughter 3 million drug addicts”. Subsequently I was accused by a couple of readers on Facebook of being a “COINTELPRO operative working for Aquino”.
Like former presidents Gloria Arroyo and Benigno Aquino III, President Duterte has continued waging the same textbook Hegelian dialectic counterforce to the drug trade in the Philippines (namely the elimination of drug users and pushers).
As vast poverty-stricken communities, which constitute the majority of the Philippines’ population, are solicited “shabu” (aka methamphetamine) to work longer hours, they’re presented as public enemy number one by the political classes.
With the widespread drug trade being facilitated by a number of these corrupt politicians (loyal to the globalist elite), is it any wonder why the Philippines ranks 95th out of 186 countries in the Corruption Perceptions Index for 2015 (which is ten notches lower than its rank in the previous year)?
According to the 2015 census, there are approximately 100,981,437 persons living in the Philippines (which is an increase of roughly 10 million people since I was there in 2009). Keep in mind, the Philippines, which is just a little larger than the state of Victoria, has nearly four times the population of Australia.
Population booms such as this have formed the basis of globalist logic in the past, to amplify the culling of addicts as a form of social engineering and depopulation.
Since serving as Mayor of Davao, Duterte has received long-time support from the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and their Maoist paramilitary arm the New People’s Army (NPA). My concern about Duterte is that he will likely instigate a Philippine version of the Holodomor in order to rectify the effect of the drug trade in his country (which, quite frankly, is what the globalists want).
Food for thought.