Flips: A Year in, Duterte Vows to Continue Slaughtering His Enemies in the Streets

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 24, 2017

If ever you get downhearted, remember Rody Duterte.

This is a man who – through the established kike “Democratic process” – was able to takeover a country through force of will and immediately send out death squads to start killing drug dealers on the street.

Granted, the Philippines is not a serious country. I know that. I’ve lived there. It is a poverty-stricken borderline narco-state which has long-running communist and Islamic rebellions that control significant parts of the country.

But it is a “modern” country in the sense that it is a participant in the modern Western global order.

And yet here you have it: right-wing death squads.

Which now have a five-figure score.

He campaigned on the promise to kill tens of thousands of people in the streets, and I guess people in the West thought it was some kind of a joke, but the first thing he did after being elected

And whenever any Western figure questions him, he just gives a speech cursing at them. When Chelsea Clinton accused him of something or other, he said “when your father was fucking Lewinski and the rest, what was your statement?”

And here’s the kicker: I believe that if we were to be objective and get at the information, his approval rating would be, man for man, higher than any other leader in the world (excluding Kim Jong-Un for obvious reasons).

This is the direction the world is going in.

It isn’t just political. It is a spiritual, global shift we are undergoing.

The order of nature is reestablishing itself.

We are entering a new Age of Kings.


Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte warned those involved in drugs that they face “jail or hell” during an astonishing state of the nation speech in which he attacked critics and advocated capital punishment as “retribution” for crimes.

A year into his presidency, the controversial Philippines leader has been accused of spearheading an anti-drugs campaign which has violated human rights laws and claimed the lives of thousands of people.

In a wide-ranging speech at the House of Representatives in Quezon City, Duterte said that since his election in 2016 he has attempted to stamp out addiction and illegal drug use.

“I believed then as I believe still that the progress and the development [is a problem] if criminals, illegal drugs, illegal users of drugs are allowed to roam on the streets freely,” he said.

He told delegates that the country’s economy can only flourish in times of peace, before warning that the government’s crackdown on narcotics will be “unrelenting.”

“The fight against illegal drugs will continue because that is the root cause of so much evil and so much suffering. [Drugs] weakens the social fabric and deters foreign investment from pouring in.

“Despite international and local pressures the fight will not stop until those who deal in it [drugs] understand that they have to stop because the alternatives are either jail or hell,” he said.

“I will make sure, very sure, that they will not have the luxury of enjoying the benefits of their greed and madness.

“I do not intend to lose the fight against illegal drugs, neither do I intend to preside over the destruction of the Filipino youth by being timid and unattentive in my decisions.”

Addressing organizations such as Amnesty International, which has accused Duterte’s administration of at least 9,000 extrajudicial killings in the past year, the president suggested that talk of human rights was “trivializing” the drug problem.

He also said he would challenge critics to a public debate about his government’s law enforcement methods.

“To the critics against the fight, your efforts would be better spent if you use the moral authority and the ascendancy of your organisation to educate the people on the evil of illegal drugs instead of condemning the authorities and blaming them for every killing that bloodies this country,” he said.

“But don’t get me wrong, I value human life the way I value mine. Each life that is snuffed out translates into future generations lost.”

Duterte was at the House of Representatives for his second state of the nation address. His speech came amid anti-government protests in Manila on Monday.

During his two-hour long speech, he also called on the legislators to reimpose the death penalty for “heinous crimes.”

Who really even needs the death penalty when you’re just sending the military in in black masks to shoot people on the streets?

You have to go Judge Dredd.

We don’t have any choice.

In America, if I were President, I would do the same exact thing to heroin and meth dealers. Drugs – the addictive kind – are an absolute cancer on society, and the only solution is scorched earth slaughter of those who sell the drugs.

I have seen too many lives ruined to have a single ounce of sympathy for people getting gunned down in the street without trial for distributing these substances.

The only solution is bodies in the street.