[Trending Now] Duterte To Obama: "Wala akong pakialam sa kanya. Who is he?" On The Discussion Of Human Rights With The US President!
On Monday, President Duterte sent out a message saying that he does not owe any explanation to US President Barack Obama regarding the e...
On Monday, President Duterte sent out a message saying that he does not owe any explanation to US President Barack Obama regarding the extrajudicial killings and human rights which is one of the hottest topics in the position for 3 months.
"The Philippines is not vassal state. We have long ceased to be a colony of the United States," Presiden Duterte said in the press briefing that was held in Davao City before he leaves the country for Laos where the ASEAN Summit will be held.
In the said Summit, Duterte is bound to meet US PRES Barack Obama. “You must be respectful. Do not throw away questions and statements. P ----- mo, murahin kita diyan sa forum na iyan. Huwag mo akong ganoonin. Tell that to everybody,” snapped Duterte.
Digong is being criticized for the changes that is happening in the country because of the bloody war that declared against the illegal drug syndicates. He also exposed that there are unnamed columnists who acts like 'lapdogs' of US and Obama.
"I do not respond to anybody but to the people of the Philippines. Wala akong pakialam sa kanya. Who is he?" talking about what happened to the country when the US occupied the country before the World War II.
“As a matter of fact, he has so many—America has one too many to answer for the misdeeds in this country. Hanggang ngayon, hindi pa tayo nakatikim ng apology diyan. That is the reason why Mindanao continues to boil. Sabi mo, that was the last century, iyang mga wounds na iyan from generation to generation. As a matter of fact, we inherited this problem from the United States. Why? Because they invaded this country and made us their subjugated people,” he slammed out.
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But the president made a clarification that he will not be picking a fight against Obama but he will continue to stress the independence of the Philippines.
"There are a lot of you so much about extrajudicial killings then connect it with Obama. I do not want to pick a quarrel with Obama, but certainly I would not appear to be beholden to anybody… This is an independent country. Nobody has the right to lecture on me. God. Do not do it,” the tough-talking president said.
“Gusto mo the right word? Magkababuyan tayo doon kapag ginawa mo sa akin iyan. I do not accept that preposition that anybody is superior than me. We are supposed to be equal there. My country might be small, hardly keeping up with the economic problems but I will not allow myself—insultuhin mo, insultuhin mo ang Pilipino,” he warned.