[Trending Now] VIRAL: Duterte animated as a Clown! Taiwanese Described Him Not As A Real Hero But A Murderer!

Taiwanese animators have depicted President Rodrigo Duterte as a murderous clown and not as a ...

Taiwanese animators have depicted President Rodrigo Duterte as a murderous clown and not as a real superhero as per how his supporters used to describe him.

The viral video shows how Duterte was leading the killings of drug suspects on the streets, heading his administration's bloody war against illegal drugs.

“Duterte comes from humble beginnings as a mayor who ordered liquidation squads to kill criminals and opponents in gangland-style assaults that left about 1,000 dead,” a reading of the translation said.

“After finagling his way into the presidency, he’s taken his executions nationwide with his anti-drug campaign, which has left more than 3,000 suspected drug users and dealers dead since taking over in June,” 

The video also make fun of Duterte's previous statement against Pope Francis and his unruly behavior towards the country's ally, America and its President. It also pokes fun at Duterte's behavior against the United Nations for raising the issue of extrajudicial killings and human rights abuses since his administration started.

It even assailed Duterte for being "respectful" towards China with regards to the territorial disputes and the planned purchase of fire arms from China and Russia.

“Duterte likes to talk tough but he carries a little stick. His mouth has been writing checks his country can’t cash. This moron thinks his allies are his enemies, and that he can trust countries like China and Russia. And now he wants their weapons. Sucking up to China will totally make them share the South China Sea,” narration read.

It also tagged Duterte as a “wannabe” of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

“Someone needs to just take this Kim Jong Un wannabe out and soon, before he really does some irreparable damage to the Philippines. Maybe it’s time he gets a little taste of his own medicine,” it said.

The video garnered 31,000 views on the animator's account in the Youtube Channel.

Source: TNP, Inquirer


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