The mantra of the Left is that leaders are supposed to be good puppets of multinational corporations, the Zionist lobby, and international bankers. These forces that influence and control many world leaders are pushing us in the progressive view of history, into a brave new world without borders, racial identity, or religious values. The cornerstone of the New World Order is having weak and ineffective leaders who serve globalism more than their own people, so every time I see a national leader who stands up for his Faith, Family and Folk; I feel duty-bound to give them my support.
In the battle of globalism against nationalism, all nationalists are our allies; all globalists are foes. So that is why I happily offer congratulations to the new President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte.
Rodrigo Duterte, also nicknamed “The Punisher,” is a unique force in Filipino politics. Mr. Duterte is a member of the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (Philippine Democratic Party-People’s Power). This Party is rather small relative to electoral politics and supposedly falls on the “left” side of the political spectrum. Mr. Duterte identifies as left wing, even having spoken in front of audiences where hammer and sickle symbols were flying. This however must be understood as an artifact of the neo-colonial geopolitical reality.
When considering the old Left vs. Right terms, we must look at the nation in which these politics are taking place and what they mean to those people. Just as I do not stand with the Jewish backed “Right Wing Nationalists” of the Azov battalion, but do stand with many of the principles of the Chavez revolution in Venezuela; these old terms of Left vs Right don’t mean what they used to.
In many nations, terms such as “Social Justice” and “Socialism” actually are nationalist slogans, saying that these people no longer want to be occupied by the financial powers of the West, primarily Jewish oligarchs. They reject the imperialist policies that long have ruled their nations and meddled in their politics and economies.
Now I am not saying that ideological differences don’t matter, but I would rather have a nation governed by a Leftist nationalist than a “right wing” #cuckservative, warmongering globalist. We can find allies outside of the usual political paradigm, much to the chagrin of the Jewish oligarchs who would prefer to divide and conquer the anti-globalists.
Rodrigo Duterte has been called the “Donald Trump of the East” because he is a political outsider. For generations, the Fillipino political establishment has spent the peoples money on squabbling between themselves as their nation lost more and more sovereignty. These political elites watched a huge spike in drug abuse, crime, corruption and poverty and did little to alleviate the suffering of the people.
In the Philippines,
“Abuse of power is routinely perpetrated by powerful government officials and law enforcers with a mandate to defend the rights of people and protect them from harm. Abuse of power is terribly serious in the Philippines. In most cases, crimes related to the abuse of power are not treated as crimes due to methods of circumventing the laws.
Every day newspaper banners report crimes committed by policemen and military personnel—hold-ups, kidnaps-for-ransom, murders, bank robberies, carjacking, etc. The crimes of these people are even more heinous than those committed by some poor, unknown and desperate criminals. Since the justice system in the country is so discouragingly defective, most of the time, powerful criminals are exonerated of their crimes, even those categorized as heinous. Meanwhile, the unknown, powerless poor suspects in lesser crimes are not given fair trials and thrown immediately in jail.”
A situation of rising crimes, corrupt leadership, an unwillingness to protect the culture and borders of the nation and multinational corporations looting the wealth and prosperity of the nation has caused a backlash among the people against politics as usual. Just as Donald Trump is being carried by the winds of the White working and middle class who is tired of mass immigration, Free Trade and government corruption, Rodrigo Duterte has just been elected on a similar wave of voter anger at the Establishment and their willingness to betray their people.
Economic exploitation by multinational corporations, international bankers and Western oligarchs have driven the Philippines into dire poverty, some of the worst in all of Asia. As said by reporter Ruel F. Pepa,
“Through the exploitative maneuverings of US hegemony, that began to hurt the country’s economic foundation and put in place the conditions that later pulled the Philippines down the path of political decadence and, more seriously, economic retardation. After the resolution of the Korean War, the Philippines gradually slipped down the economic ladder from being second only to Japan, to being third below Malaysia, then fourth below China, fifth below South Korea, sixth below Thailand and seventh below Vietnam, although Vietnam had been razed to the ground by the longest and costliest war of the 20th century.”
The Philippines doesn’t need to be poor, especially at this level, but a corrupt political establishment has betrayed their people and was all too willing to sell their nation down the river to the interests of the globalists, only a true nationalist leader can reverse this trend.
As mayor of Davao City, Duterte proved himself as a man of the people who would fight for the people. When Western journalists and Leftists hate a man, it is usually a good indicator he is one of our allies and the Zionist controlled media hates Mr. Duterte. While he was mayor he supported the executions of over a thousand drug dealers, kidnappers and organized crime figures. The courts and the justice system were broken due to corruption, but under Duterte’s watch, violent and dangerous criminals faced justice that their high priced lawyers couldn’t buy them out of.
Mr. Duterte is reported as saying when asked about the killing of drug dealers and the harsh stance on crime that “I don’t care if I go to hell as long as the people I serve will live in paradise.” As a leader he truly seemed to embody the notion that his duty was to improve the lives of his constituents, young and old, rich and poor; to ensure that they had safer, healthier and better lives.
Mayor Duterte refused to shy away from his nickname of “The Punisher” when he said “If you are doing an illegal activity in my city, if you are a criminal or part of a syndicate that preys on the innocent people of the city, for as long as I am the mayor, you are a legitimate target of assassination.” As the people have lost hope in the political Establishment, he has won the peoples trust and support by being uncompromising towards the enemies of a healthy and organic nation.
Under Mr. Duterte’s leadership, he didn’t just support justice for criminals, he also supported opening and expanding drug rehabilitation centers to help those addicted to drugs once again become constructive members of the national family. He supported increases in government support for the poor, job training and cleanup of neighborhoods filled with squalor, graffiti, and crime. The healthcare system of Davao city improved with the purchase of new medical supplies for hospitals, more ambulances to carry patients to get treatment and increased support for the needy who need healthcare and education.
Rodrigo Duterte told his supporters that Western Leftists should “Forget the laws of human rights” and that “If I make it to the presidential palace, I will do just what I did as mayor. You drug pushers, hold-up men and do-nothings, you better go out. Because as the mayor, I’d kill you.” Drastic problems take drastic solutions, and as the newly elected President it looks as if he will continue a hard-line stance on defending his people against all enemies, foreign and domestic, who endanger the lives and health of his people. As mayor these programs seem to have worked with Davao City going from being one of the most violent cities in the region to being listed as “the most peaceful city in southeast Asia.” This peace brought investment, more jobs, better opportunities and a population that was safer from all forms of crime and abuse.
While President-Elect Duterte is open to the idea of international investment in his nation, he also has staunchly nationalist policies. In an interview he said that any land leased to foreign companies,
“the government would still have jurisdiction over the islands to preserve the country’s territorial integrity…foreign investors should also ensure the hiring of Filipino workers, pay a minimum rent or five percent of their gross output and protect the environment…multinationals should also agree that the ownership of their factories and infrastructure would revert to the Philippines after 50 years.”
This would allow investment in the nation but leave the Philippines with more factories, mines and production capability to reinvigorate their economy, allowing corporations to make profits but to bring jobs and help rebuild the Philippines, leaving the nation stronger in regards to both economic interests and infrastructure.
In regards to foreign policy, Mr. Duterte is also opposed to the Philippines being a puppet State of the United States and other Western nations. It was reported that “He has told Philippine media that he believes American influence is too strong in the Philippines and the country does not need Washington’s help to deal with the Chinese in the contested South China Sea.” He also stated that he planned “to sail to China’s new artificial islands in the South China Sea and plant the Philippine flag there. ” This is a strong statement from a nationalist leader in a country where the elites have often done anything they can to be good lap-dogs to the United States, a very good sign of his intention to make his nation self sufficient in both the economy and self defense, the true mark of any free nation.
While mayor of Davao City, Mayor Duterte also supported a voice for religious and ethnic minorities to be represented in local government. This respect for different religious and ethnic identities shows the heart he has for his people, but also his opposition to the New World Order plan to wage war between the majority population and minorities. By respectfully giving minorities a voice and representation while still promoting his peoples’ religion, culture, and values; he strikes a true nationalist position in his policies.
Now of course like any man, Rodrigo Duterte is not a perfect candidate. He has made comments that I personally disagree with in regards to several topics, especially those on being supportive of the LGBT movement (I cannot yet understand how a man can support Right Wing Death squads and sodomites at the same time, but we live in a unique age). But in modern geopolitics, if you actually want things done, you cannot expect a perfect candidate. President-Elect Duterte wants to shake off the USA occupation of his nation, wants to stand up to China and wants to ensure that multinational corporations are not able to pillage his countrymen any longer.
In his desire to reduce corruption and reinstate the rule of law away from a broken judicial system and rising crime, Rodrigo Duterte stands as another beacon of the will of the people rising up against the policies of the globalists. I will look eagerly towards the implementation of his policies in hopes that this spurs a growth of self determination and nationalism for the people of Asia. Just like comic book hero The Punisher, he might just be the hero that the people need when the Establishment refuses to do its job to protect them from evil men. Good luck President elect, and may you be a good steward of your Faith, Family and Folk.