May 1, 2017
The New York Times was confused as to why Trump made a thing of inviting Rody Duterte to the White House.
It is confusing to any normie.
Because both left and right in the US hate him for his terrible “human rights atrocities” of slaughtering drug dealers on the street like cows in one of those disgusting McDonald’s factory farming videos the vegans are always forcing people to watch on public screens.
And the majority of Trump’s base doesn’t even know who he is.
The reason he invited him is obvious: the Alt-Right loves him, and he has an Alt-Right problem.
We were the core of his base.
If it wasn’t for us, Hillary would have won, and without us, there is no way he can keep up his momentum in the intertubes.
But though we are hero-worshipers, we only worship real HEROES. Not hostages of the Jews who do exactly the opposite of all the things we want done.
What we mainly wanted was a White House meeting with Putin, that was all laughs, hopefully with a bunch of scantily clad women serving cocktails and a live performance by Taylor Swift.
So his Jew masters come up with the idea of inviting some other guy we like, who has no real geopolitical relevance.
But Duterte is just like, “nah, dawg, you know, I got some stuff going on – can’t just be going to foreign countries and talking to people.”
That is to say: “I won’t be your prop to get internet meme Nazis to start hating you less – they already love me because I slaughter my enemies, something you do not have the will to do.”
That is to say: “I’d rather be friends with Russia. They have a much better record of treating their friends well.”
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines said on Monday that he might not accept President Trump’s invitation to visit the White House, because he was “tied up” with a busy schedule.
“I cannot make any definite promise,” Mr. Duterte said, adding, “I’m supposed to go to Russia, I’m also supposed to go to Israel.”
Mr. Trump’s invitation on Saturday to Mr. Duterte, an authoritarian leader who has been accused of ordering extrajudicial killings of drug suspects, drew criticism from human rights advocates, who said such a visit would amount to a White House endorsement of Mr. Duterte’s policies. Thousands of people have been gunned down in the Philippines since Mr. Duterte took office in June, promising a harsh crackdown on narcotics.
White House officials said Mr. Trump had called Mr. Duterte in an effort to mend their countries’ recently strained relationship, as a bulwark against China’s expansionism in the South China Sea. Reince Priebus, the White House chief of staff, said Mr. Trump also wanted to build a united front in Asia in opposition to North Korea’s pursuit of nuclear and missile technology.
Mr. Duterte said his conversation with Mr. Trump had been amicable, and that he had urged the American leader to tread carefully with North Korea. “Our greatest chance there of getting some dialogue with America and North Korea would be through the intercession of China,” he said.
The Philippines and China have longstanding territorial disputes in the South China Sea, but Mr. Duterte has pivoted toward Beijing and away from Washington since taking office. He spoke to reporters on Monday after touring Chinese warships in port in Davao, his hometown, and said that the Philippines and China might hold joint naval exercises.
The Chinks, as much as I dislike them, also do not have any record of stabbing their allies in the back.
They never even ripped off the Africans – although they should.
With the US it’s like they have a list they run down: which ally to backstab next?
If I were advising Duterte, I would advise him to keep his distance from the US, and keep building a relationship with Russia and China.
The Filipinos don’t care about those islands anyway, and China will give them fishing rights. They already have said that.