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Memory Lane Monday: Duterte and Daash

Three against the world...Chef Duterte. PD hates to kick your off your week with anything dark, pessimistic or chilling, but we do it all the time the latest from Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday, definitely deserves a quick highlight.

During a short speech at a sports tournament yesterday, Duterte himself outlined how he’s like Daash a terrorist, "If you want me to be an animal, I'm also used to that. We're just the same. I can dish out, go down what you can 50 times over."

Then he hearkened back to a Syrian rebel recipe, claiming that if a terrorist were brought to him he might have to have a taste, “Give me salt and vinegar and I'll eat his liver.”Another sign that’s the horizon is a little dark, these cropped and belled pants are supposed to be considered high fashion now.

Thinking perhaps their President was just being colorful, Duterte stifled the crowds’ laughter with, “It's true, if you make me angry.”

In sort of related news, if you weren’t sweating France taking on a Statist President (which really for France, a Super Socialist or Quasi-Communist what’s the difference?), keep in mind that in one election the Philippines went from an economic safe haven to tyrannical bacchanal. 

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  • Guest (Vince)

    Isn't this the same guy that compared himself to Hitler?

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    So Le Pen wants people to eat French and Duterte wants to eat ISIS?

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