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This upstart Filipino newcomer to the world stage has become a monster of his own mind & it has gone to his head.

He thinks he is at the same level as the world powers. The clown that is Rodrigo Duterte. Drunk on power. SAD CASE.

‘He says’ Please do not bring up the fact that I am encouraging my people to murder their friends & fellow citizens because they enjoy their pot or whatever.I have the right to do that because I am the BOSS.. Does not this person answer to the parliament of his country before setting forth on his murderous rampage of his citizens at will ?.

It seems he uses this descriptive rhetoric  because he has been haunted by the fact that women in his country are deserting his homeland for westerners who can provide a better life than men like he can? Does he call them whores?

He is offering murder, abuse & dictatorial control. THIS IS YOUR LEADER & YOUR LIFE NOW PHILIPPINES .

Enjoy his tenure. He has indicated he is the leader of a nation of whores.Long live his short reign.

His time will come & the sooner the better.Enjoy it while you can Rodrigo Duterte

Obama is the leader of a great nation of multicultural peoples.

What is Rodrigo Duterte…?Has he a life or just an attitude??

Mr Duterte said he regretted that his comments “came across as a personal attack” on Mr Obama, after the White House cancelled a scheduled meeting.

The Philippines leader has been roundly criticised outside his country for a “war on drugs” that has killed about 2,400 people since he took office two months ago.

The White House had earlier said Mr Obama would not pull any punches on his concerns about human rights abuses in the Philippines when meeting Mr Duterte.

“Who is he to confront me?” Mr Duterte had told journalists ahead of the ASEAN summit in Laos.

“You must be respectful. Do not just throw away questions and statements. Son of a whore, I will curse you in that forum.”

The Philippines Government moved to soothe tensions between the nations after the meeting was cancelled.

“President Duterte explained that the press reports that President Obama would ‘lecture’ him on extrajudicial killings led to his strong comments, which in turn elicited concern,” the Government said in a statement.

“He regrets that his remarks to the press have caused much controversy.”

In a separate statement, Mr Duterte said he remained committed to Manila’s alliance with the United States.

“Our primary intention is to chart an independent foreign policy while promoting ties with all nations, especially the US with which we have had a longstanding partnership,” he said.

Instead of meeting Mr Duterte, Mr Obama is now planning to meet South Korean President Park Geun-hye, where North Korean missile testing is expected to be on the agenda.

“I always want to make sure that if I’m having a meeting that it’s actually productive and we’re getting something done,” Mr Obama said.

Mr Duterte won the presidency in May after he promising to suppress crime and wipe out drugs and drug dealers.

At least 2,400 people have been killed since he took office on July 1, including 900 in police operations against drug pushers.

The rest are “deaths under investigation”, a term human rights activists in the Philippines say is a euphemism for vigilante and extrajudicial killings.

The controversial leader has used the “son of a whore” insult in public previously, using the term to curse Pope Francis and US ambassador Phillip Goldberg.



Henry Sapiecha


Two ex police officers get life sentences after court finds them guilty of executing Jamie Gao.

Roger Rogerson, left, and Glen McNamara during the trial.image

As grey-haired killers Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara waited to learn their fate for murder, each of them took turns in shutting their eyes for several minutes at a time.

But the former policemen, 75 and 57 respectively, were wide-eyed and standing when they were given a life sentence for the “heinous” and “audacious” murder of university student and drug dealer Jamie Gao, 20.


Rogerson, McNamara trial: What happened in unit 803?

The trial of Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara over the murder of Jamie Gao heard three accounts of the university student’s death in a Sydney storage unit.

On Friday Justice Geoffrey Bellew found the pair had been “overwhelmed by greed” when they killed Mr Gao to steal 2.78 kilograms of ice.

He also said the pair had “a complete disregard for the life of another human being” when they murdered Mr Gao inside a southern Sydney storage unit in May 2014.

“The joint criminal enterprise to which each offender was a party was extensive in its planning, brutal in its execution, and callous in its aftermath,” Justice Bellew said during his sentencing remarks before the NSW Supreme Court on Friday.

The pair were also given a minimum nine-year sentence for the supply of a prohibited narcotic drug


Upon hearing the life sentence handed down, Mr Gao’s family released a statement, saying the life sentence was everything they had hoped for.

“To have these two men, who took Jamie from us, sentenced to essentially die in jail, is absolutely fitting,” they said.

“The courts can’t lessen the term of Jamie’s death or the impact that his death, the investigation and ensuing trial has had on our family. Unfortunately, there is no opportunity for a lesser sentence for Jamie or for those of us left behind.”

During his sentencing remarks Justice Bellew noted Mr Gao had been killed by two former police officers.

Jamie Gao. Photo Facebook image

Jamie Gao.  Photo: Facebook

“Aspects of their commission of these crimes reflect the fact the offenders put to use, for all the wrong reasons, knowledge and experience that they gained as a consequence of their investigation of criminal offences when they were members of the police force,” he said.

Upon learning his fate, an apparently emotionless Rogerson hobbled down the stairs in his prison greens with corrective service officers to the cells below the historic Darlinghurst court complex.

The joint criminal enterprise … was extensive in its planning, brutal in its execution and callous in its aftermath.

Justice Geoffrey Bellew

McNamara said to his teary family “be strong”: his daughter Jessica responded by blowing kisses.

During an 18-week trial, a jury heard how Rogerson and McNamara had spent months planning the murder of Mr Gao to steal 2.78 kilograms of the drug ice from him.

Mr Gao was shot dead and stuffed into a silver surfboard bag then dumped at sea. His body was found floating off the shore of Cronulla several days later.

“The disposal of the deceased’s body at sea was both cruel and insensitive. It was done solely for the purpose of the offenders endeavouring to ensure that the deceased would never be found, rendering it all the more difficult for any responsibility to ever be attributed to either of them,” Justice Bellew said.

During the sentencing hearing the court heard how on the day of the murder, Mr Gao was captured on CCTV footage going into unit 803 at Padstow Rent-a-Space, with McNamara.

A little more than three minutes later, Rogerson walked into the shed.

At some point, Mr Gao was shot dead although Rogerson and McNamara blamed one another.

Rogerson told the court that McNamara told him there had been a struggle, and that Mr Gao had shot himself twice in the chest.

But McNamara said he was by himself with Mr Gao inside the shed when Rogerson opened the door and demanded the victim hand over the “gear”.

Mr Gao pulled out a combat-style knife and, simultaneously, Rogerson produced a gun and fired two shots.

McNamara said Rogerson then aimed the gun at his head and threatened to kill him and his daughters if he did not help dispose of the body.

Justice Bellew rejected both of their accounts but said he could not find beyond reasonable doubt who had pulled the trigger.

“The deceased was executed in cold blood, just as the offenders had planned. Clearly, one of them shot the deceased. There is an obvious suspicion, arising from the evidence of the presence of gunshot residue on his clothing, that it was Rogerson who did so,” he said.

“Whilst I am satisfied that the deceased was shot by one of the offenders whilst in storage unit 803, I am unable to determine which offender was responsible.”

The jury accepted the pair were part of a joint criminal enterprise, finding them both guilty of murder and commercial supply of a prohibited drug in June.


Henry Sapiecha


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