August 23, 2016
Who would have guessed that the new model for destroying Jewish democracy systems would come from the Philippines?
I wouldn’t have guessed that.
But we now have “The Duterte Model,” where instead of a coup, you elect a dictator, and instead of changing the government to make it so he’s legally allowed to do whatever he wants, he just ignores all existing laws and tells the police and the population what he wants them to do.
When international Jews complain that he isn’t following the law, the dictator says “oh I’m following the law alright,” then tells them if they send someone to check on it, he will physically assault them, personally.
The people love it and the economy booms.
Less than two months in office, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is getting high marks from the business community for policies that could engineer an economic surge and companies say they are making new investments as a result.
The groundwork was laid by Duterte’s predecessor, President Benigno Aquino, who took growth above 6 percent over his six-year term , but executives are also cheering the new administration’s focus on building new infrastructure and say it could spell the start of a long-term boom. Some even see Duterte’s violent and highly controversial anti-drugs campaign as potentially positive.
Davao, where Duterte served as Mayor/Dictator for decades, has the best infrastructure in the country.
Manila has the worst infrastructure in the world. Well, worse than Brazil or Mexico, probably on par with India.
“We are in a very good spot,” said Antonio Moncupa Jr., president and CEO of East-West Banking Corp, one of the top 10 lenders in the country. “The pronouncement of government prioritizing infrastructure spending, accelerating it and cutting red tape, solving peace and order, I think all point to very good prospects ahead.”
Hey, this reminds me of someone…
…next thing you know, President Duterte is going to start a free helicopter ride service for the communist element.
Last week, the government announced that the Philippines’ economy grew at 7 percent in the second quarter from a year earlier, its highest level in three years. It makes the Philippines the fastest growing among all countries that have reported so far for the second quarter.
Philippine National Police Chief Ronald Dela Rosa said on Monday that there have been 1,800 drug-related deaths since Duterte took over as president, with 712 of those at the hands of the police.
The new president has launched a crackdown on online gambling, vowed to destroy oligarchs, warned that the country could live without a mining industry if environmental standards were not met and called the U.S. ambassador a “gay son of a whore”.
And in Davao, Duterte spent city money on nature preserves, something which is unheard of in the Philippines and most third world countries.
The mining industry is stripping the country, as Jew-owned European and American companies grab all they can grab from the corpse of a nation driven into bankruptcy by IMF loans. The operations never meet environmental standards. They pollute the water, slaughter rain forests and destroy the living spaces of poor rural jungle people.
The resources minded, of course, are all exported. Any money the country makes from it goes in the pockets of corrupt politicians or is used to pay Jew bank loans.
Shutting this down would be a massive step in standing up for the people against the (((globalists))).
But Duterte has a 91 percent approval rating in the latest public survey and businesses are lining up to announce expansion plans. The mainstays of the economy – remittances and the outsourcing sector – are flourishing and boosting domestic consumption.
What “democratic” leader gets that kind of an approval rating?
The fact is, people love an authoritarian leader. Because that is the natural type of leader.
Jollibee Foods Corp (JFC.PS), the biggest fastfood chain in the country, plans to open 200 more domestic stores this year. So does Robinsons Retail (RRHI.PS), taking its total to over 1,500. BDO Unibank Inc (BDO.PS), the country’s biggest lender, plans to open 50-100 new branches this year.
“We are supportive and encouraged by the new administration’s socio-economic agenda, which has a holistic approach for the benefit of all, including JFC,” said Jollibee investor relations officer Cossette Palomar.
However, the Philippines has a worrying precedent of a strongman leader.
Booming economy, 91% approval rating…
…but there is an moral/ideological flaw, which makes everything else irrelevant.
In the 1960s, when the country had one of the highest per capita incomes in Asia, Ferdinand Marcos took over as president. Two decades of dictatorship, corruption and plunder by Marcos left the Philippines in a shambles.
Yeah, yeah, so corrupt.
Have you heard how many pairs of shoes his wife owned?
Compare to Auschwitz bunkers.
Bloody outrageous, mate.
“Business will be good under this administration,” BDO Unibank executive vice-president Luis Reyes said of Duterte. “Concerns center more on the extra-judicial killings.”
Supporters of Duterte say even as the long-term mayor of the southern city of Davao, where he earned his reputation for busting crime, he created the conditions for business to flourish.
Duterte’s reputation of carrying out his promises has given businesses plenty to look forward to – for instance his vow to make spending on infrastructure a priority.
“I believe infrastructure is going to grow very fast and it will have a double or triple effect,” said Henry Schumacher of the European Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines. “Money will be available. An iron fist is going to be behind it.”
Right now in Manila, you can walk anywhere faster than you can drive.
But you can’t walk anywhere, because it is too hot, because they have paved-over every patch of green (which is also why when it rains, the entire city fills-up like a fish-bowl).
You could fix this if you wanted to, and he wants to.
Because he’s an authoritarian, not a democrat. And whereas democrats care about doing their jobs, making money, serving their masters until they get voted out, at which point they do paid speaking tours, authoritarians care about leaving a legacy of glory.
In May, Duterte told the country’s main telecom providers to speed up the internet, or he would junk laws that prohibit foreign competition.
Duterte’s economic plan also includes lowering corporate and income taxes and a commitment to invest in education, to reap the demographic dividend of the country’s young population.
“This is another advantage given other neighbors in the region, most of Northeast Asia and some in Southeast Asia, have populations that are aging and are therefore facing labor supply constraints,” said Euben Paracuelles, an economist at Nomura.
In other Flips Revolution news, Duterte just announced a massive purge of corrupt government officials.
In fact, he’s said he’s going to purge every single person appointed by the previous administration.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced on Sunday that he would be sacking every member of his administration who was appointed by a previous President. The move — the latest in what Duterte calls a campaign against corruption — is one of several that have left critics troubled over what they say is an excessive wielding of executive power.
“Until now, in my provincial visits, I still hear that corruption is being committed,” he said in a long press conference in the earliest hours of Sunday morning, according to the Philippine Daily Inquirer. “My mouth is, as they say, lousy. If you are there because of a presidential appointment, I will declare all your positions, all throughout the country, vacant.”
As for the number of government employees to be sacked: “It will number in the thousands.”
The U.N. has condemned the “war on drugs” as a human-rights violation, prompting Duterte to publicly venture that he may pull the country from the organization.
“I do not want to insult you. But maybe we’ll just have to decide to separate from the United Nations,” he said on Sunday, according to al-Jazeera. He continued: “You know, United Nations, if you can say one bad thing about me, I can give you 10 [about you].”
He then said he did not “give a sh-t” about the consequences of his remarks.
I think we are going to see this continue to get more and more fantastic.
As long as NATO doesn’t decide to start bombing to save drug dealers, that is.