Ang Subi ni Subia

Hindi pa man tapos ang giyera laban sa droga ng Duterte administration ay bigla namang tumambad ngayon ang garapalang pangungurakot at panggagantso ng mga tinaguriang kotong Judge.

Siguradong papatulan ito ni Pangulong Digong dahil alam naman nating inis na inis si Duterte sa mga tiwali at mangongotong, lalo pa’t kabaro niya sa hudikatura ang huwes na sinampahan na ng kasong EXTORTION at GRAVE MISCONDUCT matapos mambiktima ng isang Chief Executive Officer (CEO) ng isang steel company.

Dapat nating tandaan na ang industriya ng bakal ay isa sa mga prayoridad ni pangulong Duterte dahil ito ang “main ingredient” ng ipinapangako niyang industriyalisasyon.

Pero pano mangyayari ang pangarap na “industrialization” kung mismong ang mga opisyal ng korte ang humahadlang dito.

Hamakin ninyong tumataginting na P15M daw ang hiningi nitong si Makati RTC Branch 138 Judge Josefino Subia mula sa CEO ng Steel Corporation of the Philippines (SCP) na si Abeto Uy para lamang hindi maibasura at ma-dismiss ang kasong isinampa nito laban sa apat na insurance company.

Nagsimula ang kalbaryo ng SCP nang masunog ang isa sa kanilang gusali na naglalaman ng mga mahahalagang equipment at iba pang kagamitan sa paggawa ng bakal. Nang kukubrahin na ng SCP ang insurance proceeds na mahigit P1 bilyon ay ayaw na siyang bayaran ng mga lokong insurers.

Nang sampahan ng kaso ni Uy ang mga insurers ay dito na nakakita ng butas si judge na humingi ng P15 milion kay Uy para raw paboran ng korte ang kaso ng SCP. Nagpahiwatig pa umano ang judge na matatalo ang SCP kapag hindi ito nagbigay.

Bagama’t malaking halaga ang P15M, di hamak na mas malaki naman ang mawawala sa SCP kapag natalo siya sa kaso dahil mahigit P1B ang kanyang makokolekta sa insurance.

Napilitang magbigay ang SCP ng paunang bayad na P7 milyon at nabasura nga ang Motion to Dismiss ng mga insurers.

Ang siste, wala pang isang buwan ay nag-inhibit sa kaso ang judge at ipina-raffle ang kaso sa ibang korte.

Ang usap-usapan tuloy ay baka nabigyan ng mas malaking halaga si judge ng kabilang partido.

Ang tanong ngayon, magkano kaya ang naisubi ni Subia?

Protector ng drug lords, ‘kotong’ judge dapat nang kalusin!

Hindi pa rin tinatantanan ng taumbayan ang isyu ng pagiging protektor ng mga sindikato ng droga itong ating bidang senadora na si Leila De Lima.

Kung hindi tutoo ang mga balitang naglalabasan laban sa ating magiting na senadora ay malamang na namatay na lamang ang isyung ito ng kusa ilang araw o linggo matapos sumingaw ang balita.

Pero patuloy na lumalabas ang mga istorya kontra kay De Lima.

Noong Martes lamang ay isinama ang kanyang pangalan sa isang affidavit kung saan nakalista ang matataas at makapangyarihang opisyal ng pamahalaan bilang protector ng sindikatong pinamumunuan ng anak ni Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. na si Kerwin Espinosa.

Sa isang press conference, hindi naman tahasang pinangalanan ni Mayor Espinosa si De Lima dahil sa takot nga nitong bweltahan ng senadora.

Ayon sa mayor kasama ang pangalan ng isang makapangyarihang senadora sa listahan.

Isang matinik na abugada itong si De Lima at alam niyang hanggang hindi siya sinasampahan ng kaso sa korte at hanggang hindi napapatunyan sa pamamagitan ng matibay at kongkretong ebidensiya ang mga istorya na sa ngayon ay haka-haka pa lamang na maituturing ay hindi pa siya pwedeng kantiin ng pamahalaan.

Kaya naman sagad hanggang buto ang kanyang pagtanggi sa mga akusasyon laban sa kanya. Kawawang De Lima. Hindi niya alam na pinasasakay lamang siya ng administrasyon at sa tamang panahon ay biglang pasasabugin ng prosekusyon ang sako-sakong ebidensiya laban sa kanya.

Aminin mo na kasi De Lima para mapagaan ang kaso mo!

Speaking of pag-amin, matapang ang ginawang pag-amin kamakailan ni Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno na mayroong malawakang nangyayaring katiwalian at kotongan sa kanyang nasasakupan sa hudikatura.

Noong nakaraang buwan ay mariing ipinahayag ng punong mahistrado na may mga huwes na nanghihingi at tumatanggap pa rin ng lagay kapalit ng paborableng desisyon sa isang partido.

“The call I had made in [October 2012] for evidence to be brought to us and [up] to now I want still evidence of corruption because that is really something that we need to make an example of,’ pahayag ni Sereno.

“I, hope the public is responsive… the moment that we have enough basis, we will move,” ang pagalit na dagdag ni Sereno.

Ginawa ni CJ and pahayag na ito noong Hunyo nitong taon na ito.

Kung alam lang ni Sereno na ilang buwan lamang bago siya nagsalita ay mayroong nagaganap na kababalaghan sa loob mismo ng kanyang bakuran sa hudikatura.

Isang huwes na nagngangalang Josefino Subia ng Makati City RTC Branch 138 ang umano’y nanghingi ng P15 milyon kapalit ng pagbasura ng Motion to Dismiss sa isang kasong isinampa ng Steel Corporation of the Philippines (SCP) para makakolekta ng insurance mula sa limang insurance companies.

Ayon sa report na lumabas sa mga pahayagan, nasunog ang isang parte ng gusali ng SCP at dahil naka-insure ito ng mahigit P1 bilyon ay agad itong humingi ng claim sa naturang mga insurance para maipagawa ang nasunog na parte at muling makapag-operate ang SCP.

Ngunit hindi sila pinansin ng mga insurance firms kaya’t napilitang humingi ng tulong ang SCP sa korte ni Judge Subia para makakolekta mula sa mga insurance.

Agad namang nag-file ng motion to dismiss ang mga insurance. Kinontak naman umano ni Judge Subia ang SCP at nagpasabing kung gusto nitong ibasura ni Judge ang Motion to Dismiss ay bigyan ang dupang at hayok na Judge ng P15 milyon.

Pagkatapos magtawaran na parang nasa Divisoria lang ang peg ay nagkasundo sa P7 milyon ang SCP at Judge at ilang araw matapos magkabayaran ay nabasura naman ang Motion to Dismiss ng mga Insurance company.

Ang siste, matapos ang ilang araw ay bigla namang nag-inhibit ang switek na Judge at ipina-raffle sa ibang huwes na walang kinalaman sa nangyaring lagayan ang kaso para ipagpatuloy ito!

Calling Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno! Ito na ang sinasabi mong public response sa iyong panawagan!

Maraming ebidensiya laban kay Judge Subia. Sana naman ay pagtuunan ninyo ito ng pansin upang mawala na sa landas natin ang mga judge na dapat nang kalusin!

Pushers to De Lima – “PUSH MO ‘YAN ‘DAY!”

OPINION

Ipit na ipit na itong si Senadora Leila De Lima sa ginagawang all-out war campaign ng Duterte administration laban sa droga.

Kung pagbabasehan ang mga news reports, malakas ang ebidensiya na protektor si De Lima ng mga lider ng sindikato ng droga na nag-o-operate sa loob ng bilibid.

Daang milyon na payola umano ang natanggap ni De Lima mula sa drug syndicate na nagpapatakbo ng iligal na operasyon mula sa loob ng Muntinlupa, na siya namang ginamit ng nanalong senadora sa kanyang pangangampanya, ayon sa balita.

At ngayon ngang senador na siya at nasa posisyon upang punahin at pigilan ang all-out-war campaign ni Duterte sa pamamagitan ng pag-imbestiga “in aid of legislation” ay tila pilit na gumagawa ng paraan ang senadora para mapahinto o kahit limitahan man lamang ang operasyon ni Digong at Bato laban sa iligal na droga.

Lumalabas tuloy na bilang tugon sa utos ng kanyang mga financer sa kulungan ay pinakawalan na ni De Lima ang kanyang unang sultada sa senado noong Agosto 2 nang tirahin nito ang Duterte administration sa kanyang privilege speech.

Sa pamamagitan ng naturang privilege speech, tinira niya ang all-out war vs. drugs ni Digong at hinikayat ang kanyang mga kasamahan sa senado na imbestigahan ang sunud-sunod na nangyayaring salvage o extra-judicial killings (EKJ) na ipinapatupad sa mga umano’y pusher ng droga.

At kaninang umaga nga ay inumpisahan na ang imbestigasyon sa senado at iniharap pa ni De Lima ang ilan sa pamilya ng mga nabiktima ng salvage ng mga umano’y tiwaling pulis.

In fairness ay may punto rin naman itong si De Lima na kailangang maparusahan ang mga ito kapag napatunayang nagkasala at ito rin naman ay sinang-ayunan ni PNP Chief Ronald “Bato” De Los Reyes.

Ayon kay Bato, agad nitong paiimbestigahan ang mga malagim na pangyayari at kapag napatunayang involve nga ang mga pulis ay agad itong gagawaran ng kaukulang parusa.

Niliwanag naman ni Bato na matagal nang nagsasagawa ng imbestigasyon ang kanyang tanggapan laban sa mga ganitong klaseng pulis, “… ngayon na meron talaga tayong witness, i-prosecute talaga natin ang pulis na ito, itong mga involved na ito… I will charge them, your honor. Like in this case, if this witness didn’t surface, we’d have no evidence against these people. That’s why we re-deploy people like them elsewhere, to disrupt their drug operations,” ayon kay Bato.

Mabalik tayo kay De Lima.

Ayon sa galit na privilege speech ng senadora, “A 91% approval rating for the President and what he stands for is a formidable record. But we cannot base our reactions to these killings on the popularity of the President. Popular or not, murder must stop. S-T-O-P. STOP. Stop the killings now!”

“Never mind the police investigation, never mind the public prosecutor, never mind the courts and judges. This is DO-IT-YOURSELF Justice at work. All you need is an acrylic marker, a cardboard, some packing tape, and of course, something to stab or shoot the victim with. And there is no filing fee,” bulalas pa ni De Lima.

At ngayon ngang lumabas na ang ilang kasula-sulasok na video at mga pabebeng litrato ni De Lima kasama ang kanyang tsuper, at ilan pang ebidensiya na may nangyayari ngang kolektahan mula sa mga sindikatong nag-o-operate sa pambansang bilibid, pano naman kaya ito malulusutan ng senadora?

Mukhang mahirap nang paniwalaan na talagang concerned nga ang senadora sa sinapit ng mga biktima ng EJK at mas kapani-paniwalang na ang tunay na dahilan ng kanyang pagtatalak sa senado ay para ma-protektahan ang mga lider ng sindikato ng droga na sinasabing amo niya.

Mismong si Pangulong Duterte na ang nagsabi na wala nang magagawa si De Lima kungdi protektahan ang sindikato, “… it was your greed and your immorality that did you in. You cannot hide it. It’s all loose. I think it’s beyond your control already,” wika ni Duterte.

Maging ang kanyang mga kasamahan sa senado na sila Lacson at Gordon ay nag-dadalawang-isip kung talagang karapat-dapat na pamunuan ni De Lima ang naturang imbestigasyon. Kayo, ano sa tingin niyo?

Beyond war on drugs, Duterte seen setting up economic boom

(Published at GMA News Online)

Less than two months in office, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is getting high marks from the business community for policies that could engineer an economic surge and companies say they are making new investments as a result.

While Duterte may be getting headlines for a bloody war against drug dealers and users, less attention has been paid to one of Asia’s few economic success stories.

The groundwork was laid by Duterte‘s predecessor, President Benigno Aquino, who took growth above 6 percent over his six-year term , but executives are also cheering the new administration’s focus on building new infrastructure and say it could spell the start of a long-term boom. Some even see Duterte‘s violent and highly controversial anti-drugs campaign as potentially positive.

“We are in a very good spot,” said Antonio Moncupa Jr., president and CEO of East-West Banking Corp, one of the top 10 lenders in the country. “The pronouncement of government prioritising infrastructure spending, accelerating it and cutting red tape, solving peace and order, I think all point to very good prospects ahead.”

Last week, the government announced that the Philippines’ economy grew at 7 percent in the second quarter from a year earlier, its highest level in three years. It makes the Philippines the fastest growing among all countries that have reported so far for the second quarter.

When Duterte won the May presidential election, there were questions marks over how he would handle the economy – Duterte, who is nicknamed “the Punisher”, has been unapologetic over unleashing the police on drug users and dealers. Philippine National Police Chief Ronald Dela Rosa said on Monday that there have been 1,800 drug-related deaths since Duterte took over as president, with 712 of those at the hands of the police.

The new president has launched a crackdown on online gambling, vowed to destroy oligarchs, warned that the country could live without a mining industry if environmental standards were not met and called the U.S. ambassador a “gay son of a whore”.

But Duterte has a 91 percent approval rating in the latest public survey and businesses are lining up to announce expansion plans. The mainstays of the economy – remittances and the outsourcing sector – are flourishing and boosting domestic consumption.

DOMESTIC EXPANSION

Jollibee Foods Corp, the biggest fastfood chain in the country, plans to open 200 more domestic stores this year. So does Robinsons Retail, taking its total to over 1,500. BDO Unibank Inc, the country’s biggest lender, plans to open 50-100 new branches this year.

“We are supportive and encouraged by the new administration’s socio-economic agenda, which has a holistic approach for the benefit of all, including JFC,” said Jollibee investor relations officer Cossette Palomar.

However, the Philippines has a worrying precedent of a strongman leader.

In the 1960s, when the country had one of the highest per capita incomes in Asia, Ferdinand Marcos took over as president. Two decades of dictatorship, corruption and plunder by Marcos left the Philippines in a shambles.

“Business will be good under this administration,” BDO Unibank executive vice-president Luis Reyes said of Duterte. “Concerns centre more on the extra-judicial killings.”

Supporters of Duterte say even as the long-term mayor of the southern city of Davao, where he earned his reputation for busting crime, he created the conditions for business to flourish.

Government data show that the Davao region’s economy grew by 6.6 percent on average in 2010-14 compared with 6.3 percent for the whole country. According to one estimate, there were more than 20,000 people in outsourcing jobs in the city in 2013, and this sector was growing at more than 20 percent a year.

Duterte‘s reputation of carrying out his promises has given businesses plenty to look forward to – for instance his vow to make spending on infrastructure a priority.

“I believe infrastructure is going to grow very fast and it will have a double or triple effect,” said Henry Schumacher of the European Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines. “Money will be available. An iron fist is going to be behind it.”

SPEED UP, OR ELSE

In May, Duterte told the country’s main telecom providers to speed up the internet, or he would junk laws that prohibit foreign competition.

Duterte‘s economic plan also includes lowering corporate and income taxes and a commitment to invest in education, to reap the demographic dividend of the country’s young population.

About two-thirds of the Philippines’ 100 million people are of working age, between 15 and 64, rising from about 56 percent of the population in 1990. In 2030, about 70 percent of the 125 million people will be of working age, the government has projected.

“This is another advantage given other neighbours in the region, most of Northeast Asia and some in Southeast Asia, have populations that are ageing and are therefore facing labour supply constraints,” said Euben Paracuelles, an economist at Nomura.

Still, Joanne Burgonio, a 27-year-old software analyst in Manila, said it was too early to say what a Duterte presidency would bring.

“My concern is transportation,” she said, adding that she waited two hours for a bus home the previous evening.

“His focus now is (on) drug pushers, hopefully the focus will be on infrastructure. I am optimistic because whatever he promised before he was elected, he is doing.” Reuters

Next from Duterte: More judges, cops in drugs; new info on ‘Napoles scam’

(Published at Inquirer.net)

DAVAO CITY – President Duterte has called for a “revisit” of the corruption case involving Janet Luy Lim-Napoles, the businesswoman believed to have masterminded the Priority Development Assistance Fund scam, saying he has some revealing things to say about the case.

“The Napoles case deserves a second look because it involves corruption,” Duterte said even as he promised to name  the policemen, police officers and judges allegedly involved in the illegal drug trade.

“On the second round, I’d be mentioning the names of the police, most of the senior officials of police and some judges, but in between this controversy, I will now raise again the Napoles issue,” Duterte said during his press briefing on Sunday (Aug. 21).

He said the first Napoles investigation uncovered only the tip of the iceberg and that the Filipino people deserved more.

“I have some revealing things to tell you, but you just wait,” Duterte told reporters, refusing to disclose further details.

“If that’s the only thing I have to do until end of my term, I will have to do it, I’ll pursue this singular task of giving you the truth.”

“Billions and billions of pesos lost and we’ve been able to put only several lawmakers inside (the prison), but only because the charges were non-bailable,” he said.

“Eventually, we have to reckon whether they’d be put in prison with finality or acquitted.  In the meantime, they’re just there in prison, that is not enough vindication for the Filipino people, let us revisit the Napoles case,” Duterte said.

He said one of the things that had angered him and prompted him to run for  President was the injustice committed against ordinary Filipinos — people being framed and harassed in the airports with bullets placed inside their bags, and arrested — while plunder was being committed by the powerful in government.

“I was mad at the government,” he said, as he vowed to do everything to fight corruption.  SFM/rga

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Black operation sa eleksyon

rody duterte for president

 

Kada eleksyon ay may isinasagawang black operation laban sa mga nagungunang kandidato o mga malalakas ang tsansang manalo lalo na sa posisyon ng presidente.

Walang duda na galing sa kalaban sa pulitika ang mga black operation pero dahil nga “black” ay hind­i kayang tukuyin kung sino talaga ang nasa likod ng ganitong uri ng mga paninira.

Kaya nga nang manguna sa survey si Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte ay inasahan na ng kanyang kampo na siya ang magiging target ng mga black propaganda at nagsimula ito noong araw ng Linggo matapos maging viral sa social media ang kanyang kontro­bersyal na pahayag hinggil sa panggagahasa sa Australian lay missionary na si Jacqueline Hamill.

Pero mabilis na nabuhusan ang isyu ng malamig na tubig nang ilabas ng ABS-CBN ang commissioned Pulse Asia survey kung saan muling nanguna si Duterte at umabot na sa 30 puntos ang boboto sa kanya sa pagka-presidente.

Kaya nga hindi nakakapagtaka na isyu naman ng smuggling ang ibinabato sa pamilya ni Duterte ng isang nagngangalang Perfecto Tagalog na siyang nagparatang na sangkot sa rice smuggling sa Davao City ang anak nitong si Vice Mayor Paolo at ang asawa nitong si January.

Kung hindi ako nagkakamali, si Perfecto Tagalog din ang nagbunyag sa media ng sinasabing mansion ni dating PNP Director General Alan Purisima sa San Leonard­o, Nueva Ecija.

May mga hawak na dokumento si Tagalog noon patungkol sa mga lupain ni Purisima sa San Leonardo­ pati na ang larawan ng naturang mansion.

At kung tama ang aking rekoleksyon ay sa ABS-CBN din unang nagpa-interview si Tagalog para isiwalat ang kanyang mga hawak na dokumento at lara­wan sa mansion ni Purisima sa San Leonardo.

May nakapagbulong sa akin na si Tagalog umano ay malapit sa asawa ni Congressman Arthur Robes ng San Jose del Monte, Bulacan na kilala namang miyembro ng Liberal Party at mahigpit na tagasuporta ni LP standard bearer Mar Roxas na dating kalihim ng Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).

Naalala ko tuloy na panahon ni Roxas bilang DILG secretary naging PNP chief si Purisima na kilala namang sobrang lapit kay Pangulong Noynoy Aquino na kahit suspendido na ay nagre-report pa rin kay PNoy gaya ng napatunayan sa imbestigasyon sa Mamasapano massacre.

Base sa koneksyon ni Tagalog, masasabing malaki ang posibilidad na may kinalaman ang Liberal Party sa muling paglabas ni Perfecto Tagalog para akusa­han ang pamilya ni Mayor Duterte ng pagkakasangkot sa rice smuggling sa Davao City.

Hindi ko maintindihan kung bakit hindi man lang alamin ng media kung ano ang credentials at background ni Perfecto Tagalog at bakit siya may access sa mga dokumento gaya kay Gen. Purisima at ngayon naman ay tungkol sa rice smuggling sa Davao City.

Pero ang lalong ikinagulat ko ay kung bakit pinanghimasukan ng Malacañang ang mga akusasyon ni Tagalog at ngayon nga ay pinaiimbestigahan ang mga alegasyon laban sa pamilya Duterte.

Ayon kay Presidential Communications Secretary Sonny Coloma, seryosong alegasyon ito laban sa pamil­ya ni Duterte at nararapat lamang ang masusing im­bestigasyon upang hindi mahaluan ng kulay ng pulitika.

Hindi siguro naisip ni Coloma na sa ginawa niyang pahayag ay lalong nagkaroon ng kulay pulitika ang isyu kay Duterte at lalong nakumpirma na LP ang nasa likod ni Perfecto Tagalog dahil sa pag-aaksaya ng panahon sa kanya ng Malacañang.

(Source: Abante Online)

Why Crooks Should Be Afraid Of Du-Bong Part 2

Presidentiable Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, in one of his TV commercials said that the electorate should vote Senator Alan Peter Cayetano as his vice-president or else don’t vote for him. “Kung hindi si Alan ang VP ko ‘wag akong iboto.”

Duterte-Marcos supporters calling themselves “Du-Bong“, however, doubt the tough-talking mayor’s declaration since he himself expressly announced he will hand over the presidency to Senator Marcos if he does not solve the country’s crime problems in three months.

“Kung hindi ko magawa ‘yan sa tatlong buwan e ‘di ibigay ko na lang kay Bongbong,” Duterte said in an interview. Du-bong followers say they are more inclined to support a Duterte-Marcosteam-up because both politicians have the guts, experience and balls to do what is right to fight criminals.

Below are the reasons why a “Du-Bong” tandem is best for the country:

OPERASYON LABAN SA ILLEGAL VENDORS AARAW-ARAWIN
Traffic is also one of the major problems this country is facing, and which analysts say, has been the foremost stumbling block of the nation’s growth. Statistics show that more than P2 billion is lost daily due to the heavy but slow movement of vehicles causing major delays in the operation of business.

Aside from the number of cars cruising along our major thoroughfares which do not correspond to the number of road lanes, illegal vendors plying their items in wanton disregard of MMDA and city ordinances are also to blame for the chaos in our roads.

Du-Bong supporters foresee daily operations against these illegal vendors should a Duterte-Marcos tandem make it. “Hindi lang naman trapik ang idinudulot ng mga lintek na illegal vendors na ‘yan kungdi nagiging front din yan ng ‘tong-pats’ at korapsyon sa ating mga kapulisan! Sa isang araw ay milyon ang tinatanggap na koleksyon ng mga pulis at maging ng mga mayor mula sa iligal na operasyon ng mga vendor na yan!”

They reminisce that during the Martial law era, there were no illegal vendors because the late dictator made it a point to discipline the people by making examples out of lawbreakers. “Nung araw may makikita kaming mga illegal vendors na umaalma sa mga pulis at mayor. Kinabukasan, nakasilid na sila sa sako… Yan ang gagawin nila Duterte at Bongbong. Malamang wala pang tatlong buwan ubos ang iligal vendor kapag  sila ang naluklok!”

NAKAWAN SA KALSADA, SIGURADONG MAWAWALA
Snatching, robbery, and petty crimes in the streets are the new norms. As Mayor Duterte said in his commercial, “…obedience to the law is almost optional.”

Street justice is what the country needs. With Du-Bong’s style of leadership, secret marshals will again be instituted to mete the penalty to the criminal instantly. Du-Bong supporters remember during the martial law days when former President Marcos permitted secret marshals to be assigned in buses.

“Dati kapag may gulo sa bus at may naka-posteng secret marshal ay agad tumatahimik dahil isang bala lang ang katapat ng snatcher. Walang tanung-tanong… kapag may nagdeklara ng holdap ay isang tama lang ng bala sa noo ang katapat ng suspek,” commented a Du-Bong supporter.

And they see this happening under a Du-Bong partnership. Duterte openly admires Marcos Sr. and he is proud of it. For Bongbong’s part, how can he not favor the leadership style of his father which was very effective when it was implemented back then?

GO DU-BONG
These are but some of the principles which have been tried and tested both under the former dictator’s administration and during the reign of Duterte in Davao City which used to be called the “wild, wild south”.

With the way the country is going, it will be just a matter of time before the Philippines does a Mexico and maybe even surpass it as the drug capital of the world if Du-Bong is not installed.

Marcos even stressed that drugs have also infiltrated the rural areas, the countryside. “The newest development that came out is the report that even rural areas have been penetrated by these drug lords which is the reason why the problem has become so serious.”

Under a Du-Bong leadership, blood, sweat and tears will definitely be experienced. There may also be one or two occasional innocent bystanders killed. Fierceness, aggression, carnage, bloodshed will definitely take place if we want to produce a crime-free Philippines in three months.