Shameless and mind boggling

Hi ! Renxkyoko Iglesias here !

I cannot wrap my mind around  the fact that the Philippine president  could actually  compare himself to Hitler….. that if Hitler had managed  to kill  6 million Jews , he could  eliminate  all the drug dealers , as well.  I don’t know if Filipinos are just a  bunch of ignoramuses who have no f*cking idea what this person’s remarks imply, or ,  I don’t know, the cavalier  and casual attitude  toward  the deaths of millions of people  is  just….. mind boggling.  Hasn’t this person   realized  he just compared  the 6 million Jews killed by Hitler  with drug dealers ?  Applaud him, applaud yourself.

 

F*cking disgusting.

 

 

 

65 responses to this post.

  1. Oh Ren, I completely and utterly feel you on this. I was reading about this yesterday and I just shook my head. In this day and age, the amount of stupidity that is still present in society (especially in those of high powered positions) just blows my mind.

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  2. Yeah I’ve been looking at his comments lately, Shaking my head right now and blown away! it’s not going to get Philippines much support the way he’s going?

    ..And I’m going to visit Glai in a few short months! (gulp)

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  3. so sad…A leader should lead a country and bring stability, economics and health.

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  4. Posted by Rocco B on October 1, 2016 at 11:13 pm

    He is a fool of the highest caliber.

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  5. Well, we have a presidential candidate who advocated targeting the families of terrorists . . . frelling disgusting is the new normal.

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  6. Wow! That IS disgusting. I think maybe some people just don’t realize what they say? I just don’t understand some things!

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  7. I agree. WTF is with all these nut jobs today? Why would anyone compare themselves to Hitler as if that’s a good thing.

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  8. Yeah, pretty sad – though Trump at least is a reminder that stupid knows no boundaries.

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  9. By the way, it’s cool seeing you continue to post this often. How is the job hunt coming? Are you really gonna get a job in law enforcement and abandon us forever?

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  10. We live in an unstable Mental Incapacitated planet. These people do not check anything before they speak. This world has gone nuts!!

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  11. I’ve seen the interview in full. He was reacting to his critics who compared him to Hitler. Sarcastically, he was playing along with the point of view of his critics. That’s what you get when you splice the video and take the speech out of context. Just like the hypothetical Obama he cursed. Nevertheless, what he said was insensitive. And knowing he has this mouth diarrhea, it’s better for him to just shut up and do his work.

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    • I understand your position. Filipinos are thin- skinned to criticisms from non- Filipinos even if they are true. that Hitler thing was said a long time ago. We know that because my aunt said something about it over a month ago.. This president knows he can easily instill fear among Filipinos, especially among journalists…… by letting the people know he has his own death squads with a quota. During the time of Marcos dictatorship, it was people from other countries who knew what was happening in the country because news about the Marcoses were suppressed in the country. The Marcoses could do that during that time, but not in this day and age.

      People are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Why do Filipinos applaud extra – judicial executions ? It’s October, Filipinos will decorate early for Christ’s birthday.

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      • Interesting that the term “salvage” is making a comeback just like the time of Marcos. The military and police administration seems to work just like there’s Martial Law. And vigilantes and drug pushers betraying each other seems to just contribute a little to the death toll.

        On the other hand, another shocking news is that 700,000 drug users surrendered during the president’s administration. Was it fear that motivated them?

        Last Tuesday, an alleged carnapper was killed and thrown to a vacant lot near a co-teacher’s house. Here, those who are killed are presumed guilty until proven innocent. We have it backwards.

        Not all Filipinos applaud EJK (Extrajudicial killings). And if ever they do, it’s because of indifference. It has nothing to do with me. The poor thinking like, “Let me throw my garbage anywhere besides it’s not my house and someone’s gonna clean it.” Incidents like the Maguindanao massacre last 2009 still not solved because of the way how justice system works here. Or Individual cases of EJK. Kill a man right away and put the justice in one’s hand besides this man might get away given our justice system works. And the Mamasapano clash only looking at the 44 SAF who died and not even count the civilians’ death. Was it because they are Muslims? Poor people, middle class, and the rich do have their own example of apathy.

        I was watching a basketball game this afternoon between De La Salle and Ateneo where audiences on both sides wore black in protest to the rising EJK happening now in the country. And what do avid Duterte supporters (some call them Dutertards) call those who rally against EJK? Yellowtards, Noytards, Yellow Army. Filipinos against Filipinos through labelling and name-calling.

        Oh what a wonderful time to live here in the Philippines.

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        • Bro. Allen, to be honest, my parents are the ones who are most outraged by what’s happening in the Philippines. They lived thru Marcos Dictatorship for 25 years , and are now feeling a sense of deja vu. They were truly activists, so much so that when Pres. Cory Aquino assumed the presidency thru People Power Revolution, Aquino appointed my mother to a position in her government. My mother thinks People Power was a picnic compared to what she and and her fellow activists did after Sen.Benigno Aquino’s assassination by Marcos. My parents were the real thing. They fought the dictatorship when it was very dangerous to do so. My siblings , who were just toddlers were moved from one friend’s house to another to keep them safe, just in case my parents got killed or arrested by marcos’ thugs. That’s why, no one can accuse me and my parents, even though we’re not Filipinos anymore,of being armchair loudmouths here in the US.

          My parents see the sign.

          And I’m glad those students from Ateneo and La Salle are showing concern on what’s becoming a strongman’s tactics by this president. Mom has been saying these are the kind of people who will win in the end, not the ill-informed ” masa ” who always propel leaders such as Duterte, due to the sheer number of their votes.

          Sometimes, in politics, the majority is not always right.

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  12. If you could see my timeline about all these, you would shake your head and if you could see those writings by brave souls valiantly venting their ire on D, you would say, there is still hope. Obviously, he should keep his mouth shut because he has done enough damage.

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  13. Posted by Raj Krishna on October 2, 2016 at 6:15 pm

    we are living in era of reverse globalization…there is rise of right wing everywhere, its a global phenomenon now..I believe we should be thankful to nuclear bomb for non war world..

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    • Reverse globalization I believe is the result of one country dominating the world, most especially the weaker ones, and the massive migration of groups of people . Countries are deciding whether to halt trade, and close off borders, or be totally open and be overwhelmed by foreign ” entities “

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      • Posted by Raj Krishna on October 3, 2016 at 5:11 am

        yes..economics is one the major reason..world still has to recover from 2008 recession and excess capacity of China has actually made a situation a bit troublesome, this type of economic downturn in democratic set up is a lethal combination, we have example of world war 1 and 2 before us, moreover world has been witnessing cycle of globalization and reverse globalization since our recorded history…it is nothing new, but modern democratic set up is…

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  14. It is indeed mind-boggling.

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  15. Posted by Janus on October 5, 2016 at 12:36 am

    Just like what Senator Dick said, our President is very noisy. I just wish he’d stop talking for once. I hope that before he talks, he thinks of the right things to say.

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    • He represents 100 million Filipinos. He should at least respect the office of the President. He ‘s not the lord of a small city that deals with heads of barangays whom he can curse to his heart’s content ….. as President , he will deal with global leaders. What is this President trying to prove ?

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  16. I share your feelings Dear.
    Such B#@#@#s should never come into Power. They are Destructive, Loathsome ,Despicable. I Hate Hitler. If I had been alive during this reign, I might have been the One who murdered him.
    Power goes to their Head and they think they are Kings or Gods.

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  17. Yeah, that kind of ignorance is scary. To be fair though it seems like people are falling for ignorant politicians all over the place.

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  18. Reblogged this on aliayaanblog.

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  19. Ouch and way to alienate other countries as well. He is already on shaky ground with the US. Maybe he and Trump are trying to outdo each other for stupidity

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  20. The guy does provoke debate, these crazy politicians are really coming to the fore recently, it makes you wonder what the voting public are thinking about when they listen to these people. Historians and psychologists of the future will have a field day over this.

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  21. Honestly I don’t watch the news anymore. I stresses me out, what’s happening in the Philippines.

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  23. Lol..each has their own ideology..if Hitler had a purpose to kill he has a reason to kill that’s what he really meant I feel.

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  24. Hi everyone 🙂
    In France Rodrigo Duterte has the nickname “Trump of Asia”.
    Indeed, a president who does not help your country
    Good weekend from a French guy 🙂

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    • That’s the problem when there are so many candidates running for President. Five ! The past President had generated so much goodwill for the country. It’s now all gone.

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  25. His mouth is like a shotgun… I think his mouth is on top of his brain. He talks and then apologize afterwards. He should think first before opening his mouth.

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    • 100 million Filipinos want the world to know he’s the kind of leader to represent them…. shitty mouth and a thug….. who wants the world to know he’s strong … he has death squads , after all. He’s stronger than Obama. ” Sipain ko pa yang si Obama. ” That’s what he said, right ?

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  26. America isn’t the only country filled with morons. take heart. the sane shall prevail. continue…

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  27. I am pretty suprised by this remark. Hitler did a very bad thing to the Jews, who didn’t deserve to be treated that way I think nobody should compare themselves to Hitler

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