Monday, October 23, 2017

Duterte in Beijing, tells OFWs: Sampalin ang mga corrupt!

Oct 20, 2016 @ 12:04

First, President Duterte encourages law enforcers to kill drug dependents if they resist arrest during his intensified drug war.

Now, in the Duterte administration’s campaign against corruption, the President recommends to OFWs– victimized upon arrival at the country’s major airports– to slap the corrupt government personnel.

Speaking before the Filippine community in Beijing, Duterte said he feels for every working Pinoy who has to be subjected to stringent measures upon arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), only to be subjected to harassment by airport and immigration personnel.

“Tapos pahirapan ang sa Immigration. Because ganito ‘yan eh, tou are not asserting your rights.
From now on, kung may maghingi sa inyo, que se joda presidente, vice president para sa papel mo, p***** ina sampalin mo,” he said.

“My advice to all is that be assertive of your rights and anybody from the BIR, Customs, immigration, you have my backing: sampalin mo,” Duterte added.

Duterte said every Filipino should learn to assert his rights, just in the same manner that he, as President, is now asserting the Philippines’ rights as regards dealing with the United States.

“Iyon lang ang paraan eh. Ang mga Amerikano, they are assertive. Kasi kung hindi kayo mag-assert ng right ninyo, ‘di talagang mamamatay itong corruption na ‘to. Kaya kayo magsabi, sabi ko, sa Customs kukunin ‘yan. Pag kinuha iyan sabihin mo p***** ina, bakit? Hindi mo propidad ‘yan,” he said in his speech.

Corruption should be stopped on its tracks and exposed to the public, the President said.

“Huwag mong kunan ‘yan because I will raise hell. Magsisigaw ka. Makukuha ng mga media ‘yan doon o makukuha ng TV. Aabot talaga sa akin ‘yan. Pag umabot sa akin…,” he said, adding that corrupt personnel will face sanctions under his rule.

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