‘War on Drugs’ continue until 2022- Duterte

‘War on Drugs’ continue until 2022- Duterte


President Rodrigo Roa Duterte revising his original plan to end the war on drugs in the Philippines for six months but extended his campaign until the end of his term in 2022.

“Drug war is a non-issue to me. It will be a policy until the dying days of my presidency or my life” Duterte said.

He said a total of four million addicts who were lived in the Philippines, enslaved to narcotics with monkeys on their backs forever.”

” Drug caused aggressive, violent and bizarre behaviors among users this are the bad effects of cocaine, ecstasy, and cannabis.”

Meanwhile, Duterte said 42 percent of barangays are contaminating with drugs while 9,000 policemen are in the shabu business.

He urges that”I will walk not only the extra mile. I will walk for one day to find it. But in the meantime, I will not allow my country to go to the dogs,”

Furthermore, President Duterte added “When I was a mayor of Davao, all I said was, ‘Do not destroy my city. I am not a policeman. I am a mayor and I built this city.’ When I became President, I said, ‘I am a President, not a soldier, not a policeman. I am trying to build a nation. Allow me space to build a nation.”

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