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Philippines’ President: I Love Personally Killing People!

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“…I would just patrol the streets, looking for trouble also. I was really looking for a confrontation so I could kill.” Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

"It is the first such admission he has made since becoming president in June, but echoes comments he made in 2015.

He ran the southern city for two decades, earning a reputation for cutting crime, and criticism for allegedly supporting death squads.

Mr Duterte was speaking to business leaders at the presidential palace on Monday, before an overseas trip.

It is the latest in a series of controversial and sometimes contradictory comments by Mr Duterte.

"In Davao I used to do it personally. Just to show to the guys [police] that if I can do it why can't you," he said.

"And I'd go around in Davao with a motorcycle, with a big bike around, and I would just patrol the streets, looking for trouble also. I was really looking for a confrontation so I could kill."

In 2015, he admitted killing at least three men suspected of kidnapping and rape in Davao.

The comments have been condemned by human rights group Amnesty International, which has called on him to put an immediate end to the killings.

"The climate of impunity in the Philippines has intensified even further since President Duterte began his brutal crackdown on suspected drug users and dealers in July, with a wave of unlawful killings claiming more than 5,000 lives across the country," said Rafendi Djamin, the group's director for South East Asia and the Pacific.”*

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85 comments

  1. Posted by quaxk, at Reply

    here comes the comparisons with trump…

    • Posted by kartikeya200, at Reply

      Trump likes him and likes what he’s doing, he’s said so. That…bodes well.

    • Posted by Sarpong Sarpong, at Reply

      IngetKant Trumps say and do horrible things. He has been sued for fraud.
      Trump university ring a bell?

    • Posted by I Ko, at Reply

      quaxk I can’t wait til trump and duterte meet

    • Posted by bohemianwriter1, at Reply

      They’re both of the same kind….

    • Posted by mharris1270, at Reply

      I kill (or at least killed when I could see well enough to aim the gun) and
      eat animals. Not humans, mind you but deer, elk (I guess technically a type
      of deer but most mention them separately), moose, bear, squirrel and
      various edible birds. Does that make me like Duterte who essentially
      sanctions the killing of drug dealers (who directly kill no one)? I think
      not unless he also cooks and eats those drug dealers for supper and tells
      his co-conspirators to do likewise.

  2. Posted by Terrence Smith, at Reply

    Trump loves this guy. This is why you shoot fascists.

    • Posted by Joey T, at Reply

      Terrence Smith LMAO Failed hard? Communism failed way harder than fascism
      did. At least national socialism supports its people unlike failed marxism.
      Stop pretending to be some badass communist with a “cool” hammer and sickel
      graphic. The labor camps would love to have someone like you.

    • Posted by Terrence Smith, at Reply

      K.C Mussolini thought he was wrong about socialism and changed his views.

    • Posted by tim van rijn, at Reply

      because there right and you can´t deal with it?

  3. Posted by kefkapalazzo1, at Reply

    Trolls came out en mass today

    • Posted by Jolly Cocks, at Reply

      Dave Miller excuses and deflection.. You just ignore the facts. True is
      true whether you like it or not princess.

    • Posted by mharris1270, at Reply

      Both would have been impossible short of a military coup by Bush Jr
      (thankfully he didn’t go that route). We have a two term limit on
      Presidents and Cheney didn’t want the job. If Cheney had run he probably
      would have won (not that I am a fan of his likely economic policies
      although I think his foreign policy would have been much better for the
      world than Obama’s). He also would have had his heart failure and
      transplant during his term in office — leaving the VP (at least it would
      have likely NOT been Sarah “hockey mom” Palin) to run the country through
      most of his first term.

    • Posted by mharris1270, at Reply

      I don’t agree, Anthony. Iraq needed to be taken over and governed by the
      US once they proved they could not do the job themselves. ISIS would not
      exist today under a Cheney Presidency — he would have bombed them out of
      existence, saving hundreds of thousands of innocent lives in the process
      from the war ISIS has perpetrated on the Iraqi and Syrian people.

    • Posted by Anthony Barat, at Reply

      ISIS came into being in Iraq when Bush and Cheney were in charge, and moved
      into Syria during of the chaos caused by the Syrian revolutions during the
      Arab Spring. ISIS did not create the war in Syria. They took advantage of
      the instability there from the civil war…they also took advantage of the
      instability in Iraq caused by the invasion masterminded by Cheney,
      Rumsfeld, Wolfawitz, Bolton and the rest of the Neo-con think tanks. So,
      I’m sorry, but I cannot see how Cheney could have made anything better
      there when he was a huge part of the reason for the problems in the first
      place.

  4. Posted by Malcolm Hampton Newton, at Reply

    Sounds like how Black people are treated here…

    • Posted by tim van rijn, at Reply

      wait what you mean the theres a law you can’t be black in america and there
      inforsing that with fasist brutalty?
      omg brother run back to africa where you can live you dreams of being a
      nation builder

    • Posted by mrbadguysan, at Reply

      +Deus Dex I don’t know if your issue is ideological or chromosomal in
      nature; so let me try to put it in a language you might understand:

      People have been saying that blacks don’t act right for centuries. Blacks
      have been endeavoring to act right for centuries. Your insistence that
      black people act right is centuries old. There is no statistical
      correlation between black people acting right and their treatment. In fact,
      there’s a negative correlation.

    • Posted by mrbadguysan, at Reply

      +Deus Dex​ you don’t actually believe the nonsense you’re peddling. If you
      did, you’d be at a loss as to the current situation, as the majority of
      black people actually do act like Asian people in the way you’re insisting
      they do.

    • Posted by PerkyObama, at Reply

      +mrbadguysan implying blacks were the only oppressed group, ignore Russian
      serfs, the Irish or the Chinese genetics totally has nothing to do with it
      i mean 85 iq is just the same as 100 or 105.

  5. Posted by catwalk33, at Reply

    *ana please stop wearing your pajamas to work. thank you!*

    • Posted by DICK NANA, at Reply

      it doesnt matter

    • Posted by freshair3451, at Reply

      +Jean Luc Bergman Just like your mommy used to do, Right?

    • Posted by Jean Luc Bergman, at Reply

      +freshair3451 My mother is dead. And no, that was your 15 year old sister.

    • Posted by freshair3451, at Reply

      +Jean Luc Bergman With a child like you, I’d die too. What’s the matter?
      You can dish it out, but you can’t take it? Freak.

  6. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    He wants to kill drug addicts? Then why not go after big pharma. They make
    billions selling legal heroin.

    • Posted by mharris1270, at Reply

      If cannabis would work for a person he should be able to use it. My (now
      retired) former doctor actually prescribed pot for people, I asked if the
      stuff was actually medically useful and surprisingly to me he said it was
      but not for my type of back injury (and that he had prescribed it himself).
      Therefore I am stuck using “prescription heroin” which is actually not
      heroin but usually morphine, hydromorphone, hydrocodone or oxycodone with a
      few doctors also prescribing methadone. What I am taking works well enough
      for me so far so I will continue to use it as long as I can get my doc to
      prescribe it and it continues to do its job.

    • Posted by Jerry Santerva, at Reply

      Kevin Montrond this reporting is half truth, they not done there facts.
      heroin is not epidemic in Philippines, it’s methamphetamine. Also drug
      trade gone to a level of narco politics. This kind of drug is very
      dangerous that could destroy future generations. If only cannabis was
      epidemic in Philippines Pres. Duterte wouldn’t mind. Heroin and
      Methamphetamine are very deferent type of drugs. Heroin will not be a
      problem, maybe the cocaine is potential but not affordable. Cocaine and
      Methamphetamine are same type.

    • Posted by 골드로저, at Reply

      +Jerry Santerva people in US look at every problem in their own frame. they
      are incapable of seeing anything other way.

    • Posted by Jerry Santerva, at Reply

      +dollarznc​ your a psychopath! You exaggerates things. Pres. Duterte is
      building giant rehabs for drug addicts and giving free healthcare and
      medicines for poor people. Those who died in drug war are the one who did
      not stop from drug business.

  7. Posted by J. Jun, at Reply

    You guys are too soft on Duterte. The man is despicable.

    • Posted by mharris1270, at Reply

      Chrizelda, I don’t support summary execution of people for drug offenses
      without trial but you have a lot of balls stating that publicly living in
      that country. If he supports summary execution for drugs he probably
      supports summary execution for speaking out against him, too. I wish you
      the best of luck and hope you aren’t imprisoned or killed for your comment.
      It pains me to say that but I would rethink making such comments publicly
      in the future as long as Duterte is running the show there.

  8. Posted by UCFTyler, at Reply

    I think what Duterte is trying to say is that he doesn’t just enforce the
    law, he IS the law. He is judge, jury, and executioner, HE IS…. Judge
    Dredd.

    • Posted by Rob Robberson, at Reply

      UCFTyler Judge Dutredd

    • Posted by James Stone, at Reply

      He’s the Sylvester Stallone version of Judge Dredd, but certainly not the
      Karl Urban version.

  9. Posted by Ken Adams, at Reply

    This guy actually looks like Trump if Trump had black short hair instead of
    that $10 toupee that he wears.

    • Posted by Ken Adams, at Reply

      Thank you for the correction!

  10. Posted by Shining Star, at Reply

    Here come the trolls ready to defend bloodlust.

    • Posted by Merciless7, at Reply

      Here come the leftists ready to ridicule and dispute the will of the people
      who voted for him.I’m starting to observe a pattern here.

    • Posted by nigling, at Reply

      +Merciless7 Here come 8 years of liberal tears – TRUMP 2016 2020

    • Posted by The Voice Of Showgun, at Reply

      As far as I know, he has fairly high approval ratings for some reason. This
      psychopathic president is reprehensible, and I don’t understand the logic
      of defending his insane actions.

    • Posted by XScorpiiusX, at Reply

      nigling here is conservative tear

  11. Posted by HONK HONK, at Reply

    Waiting on the day he gets killed by his own policies.

    • Posted by xithappens, at Reply

      I carefully wish for him to die in pain. Same thing for Kim Jung Un, the
      house of Saud and ISIS.

    • Posted by VeAd D., at Reply

      you will be dead first before him stupid idiot!

    • Posted by Calvin Royal, at Reply

      xithappens ,others/they feel the same way about those you didn’t and should
      have mentioned. now.what? fairness on both sides/issues must prevail
      for….resolution

  12. Posted by Michael Jackson, at Reply

    I’m surprised no one has shot back

    • Posted by Dee Bates, at Reply

      sooo whaat? That would be Assad killing his own people with Putin’s help
      you refer to, right? And what’s boombing?

    • Posted by jxsilicon9, at Reply

      Its not like Mexico. Drug dealers in Philippines don’t have huge militias
      with military grade hardware. Also Philippines has gun control laws and
      don’t live next to US.Instead they live next to other countries with gun
      control. So pretty much only military has such weapons.

    • Posted by Blade Strikes, at Reply

      Because Mexico isn’t trying to win the drug war, they have the combined
      millitary power to exterminate all of them but they can’t do it because of
      “human rights”.

    • Posted by Joe McDonald, at Reply

      Blade Strikes I don’t think Mex millitary will be committing suicide any
      time soon. The drug cartels are the millitary, and police, and Government.

  13. Posted by Stefán Örvar Sigmundsson, at Reply

    I hope the ICC gives him a life sentence one day.

    • Posted by Stefán Örvar Sigmundsson, at Reply

      +Monster We’re supported to be the morally superior.

    • Posted by sooo whaat?, at Reply

      +Stefán Örvar Sigmundsson ICC is useless org…they do nothing about whats
      happening on syria now,thousand of innocent people die…where are
      they??duterte is a lawyer and prosecutor,he know how to depend himself,he
      invited the ICC to come and investigate him…he still waiting for them
      they dont come yet..!

    • Posted by Stefán Örvar Sigmundsson, at Reply

      +sooo whaat? The ICC doesn’t handle on-going conflicts as they have no
      enforcement arm.

    • Posted by tobz d, at Reply

      Stefán Örvar Sigmundsson in other words your not getting anywhere. You’re
      all talk like them.

    • Posted by Stefán Örvar Sigmundsson, at Reply

      +tobz d The Philippines is not a conflict zone. Once Duterte’s out he will
      lose whatever immunity he has and the next president may not be a lunatic.

  14. Posted by lumina mentari, at Reply

    again Philippines, didn’t you learn anything from your previous dictators?
    Are you going to make a simulation of the Purge? Or is that already
    happening? It’s already happening….

    • Posted by Swissair Guh, at Reply

      lumina mentari actually ever since July crime has dropped by 31%

    • Posted by lumina mentari, at Reply

      +Swissair Guh OF COURSE DUMMY, that’s what happens in every dictatorship
      and that’s why many countries start a dictatorship. But that pressure will
      boil and spill at one point or another and like any dictatorship it will
      fail and create a big mess that you need to clean. This policy will result
      a great division in Philippines. All of those families of the dead will
      realized how cruel this policy is and those who are murdered as casualties
      will fight back, it never ends well. I study conflict for years, expect a
      never ending civil war like Mexico, or a blow over later like most
      dictatorship in South East Asia.

    • Posted by Geoff Jones, at Reply

      Swissair Guh yes, police states have less crime, in a police state the
      criminals are all state actors so crime goes unpunished. get it? how much
      liberty will you trade for a feeling of security? how many people have to
      die so you feel better?

    • Posted by toast1012, at Reply

      crime dropped because it is not reported, moron.

    • Posted by mharris1270, at Reply

      Actually Mexico isn’t a dictatorship. Their election process is organized
      strikingly similar to the US’s other than not having an electoral college.
      If I recall their last election cycle ended last summer.

  15. Posted by Jonathan Seale, at Reply

    I’m struggling to understand the logic behind “slaughtering” drug addicts.
    Is it because he thinks these poor people are self-injurious, and, hence,
    they are immoral because of it? So he kills them in order to protect them?
    That sounds like Governor DAPL of North Dakota.

    • Posted by Hej Svej, at Reply

      @Jonathan Seale I think the reasoning behind killing “drug addicts” is that
      he want to kill all poor drug addicts that dont have a job, dont contribute
      to society and comit crimes to support their drug habbits. The reason for
      this is because he see them as a burden to socitey that on top of that
      contribute to criminal drug dealing gangs that plague the Philippines. I
      dont think he search the homes of “normal people” and kill them if he find
      some weed if that is what you are thinking.

    • Posted by Withdreday, at Reply

      +Hej Svej Them being poor justifies genocide?

      Listen to yourself.

      If that’s the case then Saddam Hussein was justified in his murders of
      those Iraqi Shi’ites, and we all saw how that turned out.

    • Posted by Blade Strikes, at Reply

      +Withdreday Its not a genocide you idiot.
      Just like killing.

    • Posted by Withdreday, at Reply

      +Blade Strikes Get educated on the term.

      It doesn’t have to be a specific group to be labeled as that. Saddam killed
      148 people in the war crime he was executed for. I’m pretty sure Duterte’s
      regime has killed way more than that.

      Mass murder is mass murder.

    • Posted by Jonathan Seale, at Reply

      +Tony Zan I understand where you’re coming from, but due process is
      important. If due process was failing, then make radical changes to IT
      instead of legalizing vigilante justice!

  16. Posted by CardSearcher911, at Reply

    I would ask how the hell did such a person become President. But we have
    Trump………………………

    • Posted by ratherbenapping 10, at Reply

      lightning123456 shhhh

    • Posted by nexttvmarketing, at Reply

      Lightning they are…im a US citizen in his hometown and he and his people
      are pure garbage…

  17. Posted by Coma White, at Reply

    what a psychopathic motherfucker, someone needs to put him down.

    • Posted by Eipler 22b, at Reply

      Majority of Filipinos I talked to in Canada seem to love him. Scary we have
      people coming to the west with this type of mind set. Then again it was the
      west that came up with Democracy.

    • Posted by Gary Turbo, at Reply

      The French came up with Democracy

    • Posted by Eipler 22b, at Reply

      +Coma White Majority of Filipinos favor vigilante justice, they evolved
      with that mindset given from the shithole environment they came from. Yeah!
      let’s bring these people in our country, really smart thing to do.

    • Posted by Cryptaris Protocol, at Reply

      +Coma White Wait aren’t TYT audience complaining about the Iraq war and the
      overthrow of Saddam Hussein that it didn’t matter that Saddam was
      genociding Kurds because he kept Iraq in check and terrorists and ISIS
      under his control, or that’s how the usual reasoning goes. “Well Uh…
      Saddam is better than ISIS!” which is it? Are you for the lesser evil or
      against it when it’s convenient to your narrative?

  18. Posted by 골드로저, at Reply

    at least he is honest unlike american people who says they are for peace
    and love but vote for Bush and Trump.

    • Posted by 골드로저, at Reply

      +The Cadaver thank you for giving the world george bush. i am sure you
      sleep well at night.

    • Posted by The Cadaver, at Reply

      +골드로저
      I didn’t vote for him. I don’t need to explain that to my children.

      Like I said. No comparison, in any reality.

    • Posted by 골드로저, at Reply

      just go to prison and talk to black people who are stuck in there and their
      parents. XD

    • Posted by tim van rijn, at Reply

      couldnt say it better my self the man’s a brute but he’s honest. that woth
      a lot these day’s

  19. Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

    If any elected leader ever had “Please assassinate me” written all over his
    face, its this little shitstain.

    • Posted by tim van rijn, at Reply

      you guy’s know he says this in publick and did so before he was elected
      right?
      so even if you don’t agree this guy was elected to be brutal on this issue

    • Posted by VonEror, at Reply

      +Prince Mononoke so I was right
      “no bad tactics only bad targets”
      It’s also funny how one illegal killing is okay while other isn’t.

      And these are call moral standards not absolutes.