Yayariin ko kayo- Duterte warns drug importers anew
President Rodrigo Duterte warned drug importers anew not to destroy the country and its young people, or else face consequences.
“Don’t underestimate me. I already warned you. Kamong mga importers ana, yayariin ko talaga kayo,” Duterte said during the inauguration of Gaisano Grand Citygate Mall in Davao City on Friday.
Since he assumed office in 2016, Duterte has been warning drug users, sellers and drug lords to stop operating their illegal business, threatening that their lives are in danger.
He also said drugs is “a commodity that has poisoned my Filipino brothers and sisters” in his speech on Friday.
“Told you before: Do not destroy my country and do not destroy the young people of my country now. Mayor man lang ko niadto. Magkamali ka, papatayin kita. Period. Human rights ano… I don’t give as***,” he said.
Duterte said there are no more medication research facilities working in the Philippines because of the dread of getting slaughtered.
In any case, Duterte said the importation of medications is as yet dynamic.
“Importation, it’s from the Bamboo Triad. They hold tranquilize tasks in Southeast Asia and Mexico cocaine,” he said.
Duterte’s war on medications still proceeds in spite of an objection recorded with the International Criminal Court for medication killings amid his term and reactions
from nearby and universal associations.