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It is a neverending war...( When I came to power) I expected everybody was working well, i did not know when I arrived, when I got to look into the records of drug cases, then I realized that I was fighting against my own government, because of the police, the customs, and everyone else were dipping their dirty fingers into it.
I will sell my soul to the devil to look for money so that you can come home and live comfortably here.
Found on CNN 4 years ago
Remember that there is a division between church and state. You can criticize anything at all— from the garbage collector to generals and even to vice president and senator, but never, never use the name of God as a front to attack government because that is not the proper way to do it. There is a separation of state and church. Do not use God to attack me. That is not proper and I’m sure that is not what God wants.
Regular Jobs Now. Duterte reiterated his plea for Congress to re-impose the death penalty for drug offenders and other criminals, and said he would not stop his deadly crackdown on illegal drugs. The fight will not stop until those who deal in (drugs) understand that they have to stop because the alternatives are either jail or hell, he said. PHILIPPINES CANCELS TALKS WITH COMMUNIST REBELS AMID ATTACKS Duterte also addressed the United States in his speech by demanding America give back three church bells that were seized more than a century ago in the Philippine village of Balangiga. Give us back those Balangiga bells…They are part of our national heritage ... return it to us, this is painful for us.
I will issue 1,000 pardons a day, pardon given to Rodrigo Duterte for the crime of multiple murder, signed Rodrigo Duterte.
Found on FOX News 6 years ago
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