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Kill them! Kill them all!

Carlos Danger

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So the newly installed president of the Phillipines, Rodrigo Duterte, has an interesting and somewhat innovative approach to illegal drugs. He encourages his people to go ahead and kill addicts...let that sink in for a minute. The guy has literally said:

If you know of any addicts, go ahead and kill them yourself
Literally.

https://asiancorrespondent.com/2016/07/philippines-duterte-drug-addicts/

He also wants to issue medals to citizens who kill drug dealers. Quite an innovative tactic, and one that seems to have had an immediate effect:

952 confessed drug users and pushers, fearing for their safety, surrendered themselves to authorities in the past two days.
Now that Endageddon seems to have been put on the back burner for a while, should the Taoiseach follow Duterte's lead and go ahead and open season on addicts and dealers in Ireland? What might the blow back be? Would it clean up the streets? What would happen to the junky's junky's bastards?
 


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So the newly installed president of the Phillipines, Rodrigo Duterte, has an interesting and somewhat innovative approach to illegal drugs. He encourages his people to go ahead and kill addicts...let that sink in for a minute. The guy has literally said:



Literally.

https://asiancorrespondent.com/2016/07/philippines-duterte-drug-addicts/

He also wants to issue medals to citizens who kill drug dealers. Quite an innovative tactic, and one that seems to have had an immediate effect:



Now that Endageddon seems to have been put on the back burner for a while, should the Taoiseach follow Duterte's lead and go ahead and open season on addicts and dealers in Ireland? What might the blow back be? Would it clean up the streets? What would happen to the junky's junky's bastards?
I blame their American Colonial history.
 

niall78

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Sounds like great fun altogether.

The best defence for murder now in the Phillipines is to accuse your victim of smoking a spliff.

Maybe Duterte will get assassinated by somebody who thought they saw him dropping a few pills and the problem will resolve itself.
 

Who is John Galt?

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So the newly installed president of the Phillipines, Rodrigo Duterte, has an interesting and somewhat innovative approach to illegal drugs. He encourages his people to go ahead and kill addicts...let that sink in for a minute. The guy has literally said:





Literally.

https://asiancorrespondent.com/2016/07/philippines-duterte-drug-addicts/

He also wants to issue medals to citizens who kill drug dealers. Quite an innovative tactic, and one that seems to have had an immediate effect:



Now that Endageddon seems to have been put on the back burner for a while, should the Taoiseach follow Duterte's lead and go ahead and open season on addicts and dealers in Ireland? What might the blow back be? Would it clean up the streets? What would happen to the junky's junky's bastards?

No.....but they should legalise all drugs and let them kill themselves, if that is their wish!
 

Jack O Neill

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Sounds like great fun altogether.

The best defence for murder now in the Phillipines is to accuse your victim of smoking a spliff.

Maybe Duterte will get assassinated by somebody who thought they saw him dropping a few pills and the problem will resolve itself.
Or by the catholic church who he has rightly accused of causing the massive overpopulation and poverty in the country
 

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Sounds like great fun altogether.

The best defence for murder now in the Phillipines is to accuse your victim of smoking a spliff.

Maybe Duterte will get assassinated by somebody who thought they saw him dropping a few pills and the problem will resolve itself.
"My interfering mother-in-law was sniffing the laundry m'lud"!
 

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So the newly installed president of the Phillipines, Rodrigo Duterte, has an interesting and somewhat innovative approach to illegal drugs. He encourages his people to go ahead and kill addicts...let that sink in for a minute. The guy has literally said:...

He also wants to issue medals to citizens who kill drug dealers. Quite an innovative tactic, and one that seems to have had an immediate effect:
As insane as it seems, there are plenty on here who would consider him to be a namby pamby PC, Liberal...
 

'orebel

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Can they include codeine and valium?

I foresee the demise of many a mother in law.
 

Socratus O' Pericles

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Has he said anything about the issues that really matter on P.ie the gheys and the joos?
 

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It would cut down the demand for drugs .

No demand ...no supply...no drug problem
 

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I blame stonewall Jackson for spreading these ideas. Bloody Americans.
Just a few centuries out.

Duterte's policy has good religious provenance.

A prime example is the massacre of Béziers (22 July 1209) when the city's entire population was exterminated.

Innocent III (so appropriately named) had already inspired the Fourth Crusade, to attack the Holy Land via Egypt: that went awry when the Crusaders decided to take out Constantinople on the way — thus further poisoning relations between Western and Eastern Christianity. In the longer term, the (mainly-)Venetian Crusaders by twice sacking Constantinople in 1202 and 1204 fatally weakened the Byzantine authority, which therefore led inexorably to the conquest by the Ottomans in 1453. An own goal?

When we condemn "Bad" King Johan sanz Terre of England, we'd need to also notice that Innocent's tax of 1/40th of all wealth and income (to pay for that Crusade), applied wholesale across "his" Christendom, was one factor in aggravating the baronies of England against the king.

In 1208 Innocent III incited King Philippe II Auguste to crush the tolerant nobility of Languedoc, to enforce uniformity of religion, and suppress forcibly the cult of Catharism. Thus began the Albigensian Crusade.

At Béziers, Innocent III's Papal Legate, cheerfully overseeing the killings of faithful and Cathars alike, was Abbot Arnaud Amalric . His statement was (originally in Church Latin), "Kill them all, for God will know his own".
 

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So the newly installed president of the Phillipines, Rodrigo Duterte, has an interesting and somewhat innovative approach to illegal drugs. He encourages his people to go ahead and kill addicts...let that sink in for a minute. The guy has literally said:



Literally.

https://asiancorrespondent.com/2016/07/philippines-duterte-drug-addicts/

He also wants to issue medals to citizens who kill drug dealers. Quite an innovative tactic, and one that seems to have had an immediate effect:



Now that Endageddon seems to have been put on the back burner for a while, should the Taoiseach follow Duterte's lead and go ahead and open season on addicts and dealers in Ireland? What might the blow back be? Would it clean up the streets? What would happen to the junky's junky's bastards?
First the came for the junkies ......
 

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Sounds like great fun altogether.

The best defence for murder now in the Phillipines is to accuse your victim of smoking a spliff.

Maybe Duterte will get assassinated by somebody who thought they saw him dropping a few pills and the problem will resolve itself.
Sounds like he may have dropped more than a few pills himself already...
 

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I wonder would rival dealers compete to see who can win the most medals?
 

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The Philippines has been going to hell for years now. He maybe tough and a bit severe but who are we to judge. Ireland's criminal justice system is hardly a model for the Philippines to aspire to. I'm sure the vast majority of Filipinos will not miss a few scumbags.
 
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The Philippines has been going to hell for years now. He maybe tough and a bit severe but who are we to judge. Ireland's criminal justice system is hardly a model for the Philippines to aspire to. I'm sure the vast majority of Filipinos will not a few scumbags.
What did I say...
 


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