Philippines: Another Dead Drug-Dealing Mayor!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 30, 2017

In the Philippines, government officials get taken out for corruption! By the government!

We need this kind of spirit in America – except instead of killing drug dealer mainly we need to start killing journalists!

And also drug dealers!


A late-night raid in the southern Philippines left 15 people dead, including the mayor of Ozamiz City — the latest high-profile casualty of the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s bloody war on drugs.

President Rodrigo Duterte is waging a bloody war on drugs in the Philippines. Last year, Duterte published a list of more than 150 government officials he accused of having ties to the drug trade. Ozamiz Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr., and his daughter, Vice Mayor Nova Echaves, were on that list.

Now Parojinog and his wife are dead, and Echaves is under arrest.

Police raided the mayor’s house overnight to search for unlicensed guns. The ensuing firefight between officers and bodyguards killed more than a dozen people, including Parojinog and his wife.

Ozamiz police chief Jovie Espenido described Parojinog as a “high-value target on illegal drugs” and said that police seized assault rifles, cash and suspected drugs during the raid, The Associated Press reports.

Timoteo Pacleb, the chief of police for northern Mindanao, the island where Ozamiz is located, told reporters that police that gunfire from the residence led police to “retaliate,” Reuters reports.

This was definitely just a hit – Duterte call the police chief and was like, “yo I need you to kill the mayor.”

Someone named “Aaron Goodman” has made a documentary about Duterte called “Duterte’s Hell.”

Because “oh my god it’s so sad if someone dies omg.”

Since Duterte took office last June, police and vigilante death squads have killed more than 7,000 people, and devastated poor in communities in cities across the country.

Now, a new film shows the human toll of Duterte’s campaign. “Duterte’s Hell,” by Aaron Goodman and Luis Liwanag and produced with the documentary unit Field of Vision, shows graphic images of Philippine police examining and carting off dead bodies, and grieving communities struggling to cope with the government-sanctioned murders.

In 2016, Duterte campaigned on a policy of mass extermination for anyone involved in the drug trade — not only drug traffickers, but addicts as well. “Hitler massacred three million Jews,” Duterte said in September. “Now there is three million drug addicts. I’d be happy to slaughter them.”

Sorry kikes, the jig is up. No more of this “oh so sad” business.

Now we want to see people dead.