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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Offended Obama the President of the Philippines sent to hell with the EU


Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, known for his harsh statements about world leaders, the European Union sent to hell. The politician made it clear he did not intend to change the methods of struggle against drug trafficking that Western politicians believe excessively violent.


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The European Union Parliament issued a resolution, which called on Duterte to stop the mass murder of suspected drug trafficking.

In response to criticism, the politician burst into curses. According to Duterte, in this way European countries are trying to atone for his own sins in the middle East.

“I read the condemnation by the EU, I tell them go to hell” — said the President of the Philippines, speaking at a meeting with local businessmen in his hometown of Davao city, reports RIA Novosti.

According to police, since the coming to power of Rodrigo Duterte in may this year in the Philippines was killed about 2.4 thousand people related to drug trafficking.

Note that Duterte does not mince words in address to world leaders. So, on the eve of the ASEAN summit in Laos, he called Barack Obama a “son of a bitch” and promised his curse.

The outburst of the President of the island nation sparked reports that the American leader during their meeting was intended to discuss the topic of extrajudicial executions of Filipinos, whom the authorities suspected of manufacturing illegal substances.

Later Duterte called him a “fool,” UN Secretary General ban Ki-moon. The President didn’t like that the international organization has accused it of violating human rights during the same antinarcotics campaign.

Read the story: Murder and horseplay: what is known and called Obama the President of the Philippines

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