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At least 80 dead after escalation in Philippines war on drugs

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By Erik De Castro

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I truely hope, that the Philippines can eventually find peace internally, allowing its people to live within a Drug/Terrorist/Dictator free environment.

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Are the persons killed all criminals ? Duterte doesn't strike me as one who would care for friendly fire...

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@Hiro S Nobumasa

The PH must adopt a Japanese way of life marked by discipline and throw away centuries old bad Spanish and American decadent influence to succeed as a prosperous and safe nation.

or just under-report crime so that the statistics look better.

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Another "win" for the war on drugs. Kill them all God (knows his own)

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The density of the criminals in the PH rivals India plus China's population.

Most of these bad elements are in cahoots with powerful politicians , police and military big wigs and the traditional rich oligarchs with private armies.

It would probably take a thousand Dutertes to clean the beautiful archipelago.

The PH must adopt a Japanese way of life marked by discipline and throw away centuries old bad Spanish and American decadent influence to succeed as a prosperous and safe nation.

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