Mayor Rody Duterte Is Now In International News
PDP-Laban Standard bearer Davao Mayor Rodrigo “Rody Duterte is now making a buzz not only in the Philippines but also in the international news with his “joke” statement about the case of an Australian missionary.
The comments by straight-forward-talking Mayor Rody Duterte – a self-confessed womanizer – draw a flock of negative comments three weeks before May 9 Presidential election. Political experts say that this is a wrong move, and would be very crucial for Duterte’s win.
As we can all remember, Jacqueline Hammil was working in a prison in Davao when she was rap3d and ki||ed during a riot by inmates in Duterte’s regime as City Mayor of Davao, 1989.
“They rap3d all of the women … There was this Australian lay minister … when they took them out … I saw her face and I thought: ‘Son of a bi+ch. what a pity … they rap3d her, they all lined up. I was mad she was rap3d but she was so beautiful. I thought the mayor should have been first,” Duterte said with the crowd of laughing supporters during his campaign rally.
As his statement continues to hit up, international media and news BBC, The Guardian, The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia’s ABC and The Telegraph has reported the line of Presidentiable Duterte which earned anger and negative feedbacks from Australian and British citizens.
“This once again proves William McKinley was right when he said this about the Philippines: “they are unfit for self-government and they would soon have anarchy and misrule over there worse than Spain’s wars”, one Australian said.
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