Duterte Pulls Philippines Out of International Criminal Court!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 14, 2018

Rody Duterte has no concern for the slave morality of lesser men.

Furthermore, he has no time to deal with the stupid noise these low down dogs create. He is too busy murdering his enemies and partying with sluts.

The ICC exists simply to harass people who have shit to be doing.

Time to cut the cord.


Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has said he plans to withdraw his country from the International Criminal Court (ICC) after it began examining the country’s drugs war.

“It is apparent that the ICC is being utilised as a political tool against the Philippines,” Mr Duterte said.

He also condemned “baseless” attacks by the UN.

The ICC in February began examining alleged crimes committed during the controversial anti-drugs crackdown.

ICC chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said the court would be looking at reports of extrajudicial killings.

Mr Duterte said he would leave the ICC “immediately”, but the court says the process takes a year after an official notice of withdrawal.

A statement from the Philippine administration said the ICC inquiry was “in violation of due process”.

The president also condemned “baseless, unprecedented and outrageous attacks” on him and his administration by the UN.

“The acts allegedly committed by me are neither genocide nor war crimes. The deaths occurring in the process of legitimate police operations lacked the intent to kill.”

The statement contradicts some of Mr Duterte’s previous comments about the drugs war, including his willingness to “slaughter” drug addicts and dealers.

There has been growing international pressure on Mr Duterte about his country’s war on drugs, which has caused the deaths of thousands.

Let them pressurize.

Great men do not have the time. They’re lucky Rody doesn’t team up with Emperor xi and launch an assault on The Hague itself.

The ICC, the UN, all of these globalist kike nanny groups are facing a legitimacy crisis.

It’s only a matter of time.

The dogs bark and the caravan moves on.