Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Duterte: Feed UN Investigators to the Crocodiles

Duterte: Feed UN Investigators to the Crocodiles

Duterte's drug war, along with his efforts to develop the Philippines' economy, fight terrorism and improve people's livelihoods have all "effectively protected and promoted the Philippine people's fundamental rights to security and development", Lu said.

In a more direct statement, he added, "Relevant sides of the global community, including the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, shall respect the sovereignty of the Philippines and the will of its people, view the outcomes of the Philippines' fight against drug and terrorism in a comprehensive, unbiased and objective way, and support its efforts to move forward to its human rights cause in light of its national conditions". "There will be no occasion to push them to crocodiles", Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Jr. said in a press conference.

"These human rights [people] are dumb", Duterte added.

"This son of a b****, stupid chief of (UN Human Rights Council)., they were irked because (my advice to the police is), 'Do not answer question [s] from them".

"China's response was correct and this is not just because the Philippines is friends with China, but because that is really the objectives of the United Nations", he said. And that is for a reason (that is) legal. The ones that eat people?

Duterte has repeatedly justified his heavy-handed approach with the necessity of protecting the country from the growing menace of drug addiction, which he said has afflicted at least 1.6 million Filipinos, Al-Jazeera reports. "Throw those b****** [there]", he added.

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The Department of Justice last month said it wanted a Manila court to declare the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, the New People's Army (NPA), "terrorist" bodies, but made no mention of individuals it would also target.

That proposal was in turn dismissed as "disrespectful" and "irresponsible" by Philippine Foreign Minister Alan Peter Cayetano, who accused al-Hussein of overstepping his mandate and of insulting the Philippines. "Let's see what happens", he said.

Al-Hussein said Duterte's attacks against UN special rapporteurs can not go unanswered and the UN Human Rights Council must take a position.

"There's a world of difference between a United Nations official using crude language against a sitting head of state and the President using any kind of language that he wants on a private individual", Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said.

CHINA urged the global community, including the United Nations (UN), to respect the sovereignty of the Philippines and look at the government's campaign against illegal drugs and terrorism in an unbiased way.

"It (Zeid's remark) did not come at an appropriate time", he said.

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