Rodrigo Duterte: ‘Give me salt and vinegar and I’ll eat terrorists’ livers’
Foreword by suspended UKIP parliamentary candidate, Jack Sen
A few thoughts on today’s brutal ISIS attack in Manila.
Firstly, I truly adore President Duterte. If only we had such a man leading our nation!
In fact, President Rodrigo Duterte has everything we have lost as a people: the sorts of qualities possessed by our grandparents – a generation of fighters who’d never have stood for one tenth of the sh*& we are forced to put up with.
From rampant sexual degeneracy in our streets, the constant threat of terror from our oppressors at home and abroad, abuse at the hands of our tyrannical government, to the abject hatred we are subjected to by our kith, kin, friends, colleagues and family, the moment they know how we feel about the direction the country is headed in.
It is not easy thinking outside the box in 2017.
In fact it is next to impossible.
But that has not deterred President Duterte. In fact I’d say it has inspired him!
He once told Obama to shut his gob for passing judgement on his country, and when confronted by the US Mainstream Media about his insubordination, told them to shut theirs as well.
He’s been even more forceful with the Islamic extremists harming his country.
This past week, when asked about how he’d handle a terrorist attack on his country, the combative Philippine President said his wrath would be ’50 times’ more brutal than the Islamic extremists “preying on the world’s innocents”,claiming he’d “enjoy the taste of ‘Islamist livers”, as long as there was some salt and vinegar on hand.
Sweet and sour terrorist pate does sound appetising from where I’m standing.
One thing’s certain – today’s attack by ISIS on the good people of Manila will not go unanswered.
The Christian Knights of the Philippines won’t be holding candle light vigils, walking the streets of Manila with “We are Charlie Hebdo signs”, holding memorial parades or singing diabolical Oasis songs in honour of the children, or should I say terrorists, as was the case in Manchester.
They, led by their president, will ACT.
While we continue to back down from the people who make it hard for us to combat Islamism
…the courageous Filipinos will indubitably fight to the bitter end.
While anonymous Western keyboard commandos argue on Stormfront whether the Vikings were harder than the Spartans, while blaming everything on the Jews, the Filipino’s will pick up their arms and fight terror head on.
And don’t get me wrong…..there are some good men left in the west. Those of us prepared to use our real names, register our home addresses when we stand for office and defend the cause from evil on both the Left and Right if the need arises, are still about
Manila hotel shooting sees ‘ISIS’ gunmen storm Resorts World hotel and shoot terrified guests as explosions heard inside
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack at Resorts World Manila
By Maryse Godden
1st June 2017,7:37 pm
Updated: 1st June 2017,8:01 pm
AT least 25 people have been injured – with fears Brits are among those hurt – after masked gunmen started shooting inside a resort in the capital of Philippines.
Explosions were also heard at Resorts World Manila in Pasay City at around midnight local time – as terrified witnesses said they saw guests jumping from the second floor of the hotel.
Gunfire and explosions were reported at Resorts World Casino in the Philippine capital
Casualties are transferred away from Resorts World Manila as gunfire
Footage posted onsocial media shows crowds of people frantically running from the resort as gunshots were heard.
Philippine Red Cross (PRC) said at least 25 people were injured and were taken to various hospitals.
ISIS has since claimed responsibility for the attack.
Sound of gunshot heard outside Resorts World Manila
Fire, police and SWAT teams have been sent to the scene.
An army spokesperson said police is in control of the situation.
A spokesperson for the hotel and casino said on Twitter: “Resorts World Manila is currently on lockdown following reports of gunfire from unidentified men.”
“The company is working closely with the Philippine National Police to ensure that all guests and employees are safe.
“We ask for your prayers during these difficult times.”
One witness said in a video on Facebook: “I live right behind Resorts World … and you can see the smoke and hear gunshots and people are shouting at each other.”
The Metro Manila Development Authority confirmed a fire had broken out at the resort.
The Foreign Office has warned Brits to stay away from Manila following the attack.
Resorts World Manila is situated opposite the Ninoy Aquino International Airport – one of the busiest airport terminal in the country.
Philippine authorities have been fighting ISIS in parts of the country.
Islamic State flags have been spotted around the city of Marawi and images have been circulated ISIS thugs posing with weapons and vehicles hit by rocket-propelled grenades.
Airstrikes aimed at ISIS militants holding Christians hostage kills 11 soldiers in friendly fire as army says hundreds of jihadis have escaped a blockade in besieged Philippines cit
Philippine airstrikes aimed at Islamist militants who are holding hostages as human shields in a southern city killed 11 soldiers, authorities said on Thursday, as they conceded hundreds of gunmen may have escaped a blockade.
The friendly fire deaths bring the number of people reported killed to 171 since gunmen waving black flags of the Islamic State (IS) group began rampaging through the city of Marawi last week.
Shortly after the violence erupted President Rodrigo Duterte imposed martial law across the southern region of Mindanao, home to 20million people, to quell what he said was an IS bid to establish a base in the mainly Catholic Philippines.
But the government’s narrative of being in ‘full control’ of Marawi took a hit Thursday when defence chiefs said 11 soldiers were killed in a misguided bombing mission.
Smoke billowing from a burning building is seen as government troops continue their assault on insurgents from the IS group, who have taken over large parts of Marawi City
Smoke rises from a fire after an air strike inside the conflict area as fighting between Islamist militants and government forces continues in Marawi city, Mindanao island on Thursday
Government soldiers are seen on a military truck as they continue their assault on insurgents from IS militants
The government’s narrative of being in ‘full control’ of Marawi took a hit Thursday when defence chiefs said 11 soldiers were killed in a misguided bombing mission
Armoured Personnel Carrier rides along the main street during the ongoing assault of government troops on insurgents from the Maute group, who have taken over large parts of Marawi City
‘It’s very painful. It’s very sad to be hitting our own troops,’ Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana told reporters in Manila. ‘It’s sad but sometimes it happens in the fog of war.’
He initially said ten soldiers died but national military spokesman Brigadier-General Restituto Padilla later confirmed 11 were killed.
Lorenzana also warned that many militants may have escaped, despite checkpoints throughout the city and surrounding it.