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Duterte says new PH banknotes hard to swallow: ‘Di tulad ng pisong papel, parang Manila Times ilang araw lang, sira-sira na!

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President Rodrigo Duterte gave kudos to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas for producing high-quality banknotes.

Duterte said polymer banknotes were not only more durable than the old paper bills, these were harder to chew and swallow by people he was punishing for their bad behavior.

“Mahirap man ‘yang bagong pera kainin parang laminated eh. P*****i*** bumabara ‘yan dito eh,” said Duterte in a speech. “Hindi kasi papel ‘yan. Hindi kagaya nung piso na papel talaga parang Manila Times na ilang araw lang wala na, sira-sira na. Ito ngayon ‘yung piso ganunin mo, babalik sa porma niya,” he added.

Duterte recalled using the new peso bills during “session” at the Malago Clubhouse in Malacañang Park with a man for swindling people.

“Ayan pera, sige. ‘Kainin mo’. Sabihin niya, ‘Sir, ayaw man magpasok’. ‘Punitin mo, dahan-dahanin lang’. ‘Tapos sir walang pantulak’. Sabi, ‘Sir, diabetic kasi ako’. Ah ganun, halika. Pahingi akong kape, ‘yung asukal, yung — ‘yung limang asukal diyan sa table. Ilagay ko, kutawin ko. ‘Sige pantulak mo sa piso’.” said Duterte.

“Mahirap kaya kainin ang pera ngayon. Kain ‘yan. Nagtanong ako sa pulis, ‘Kumusta ‘yung mga p***?” ‘Wala na, sir. Good boy na’,” he added. Duterte said he was particularly pissed at this man claimed to be a son of Duterte’s departed mother. .

“Eh ‘di narinig ko talaga ‘yun. ‘Magkapatid kami sa nanay’. P***** i** ‘to. Talagang nag-init ang ulo ko. Tawagan ko mga Presidential guard, kunin ninyo ‘yan ngayon. Bigyan ko kayo ng trenta…. P******i*** hanapin ninyo ‘yan,” he said.

“Ibig sabihin ang nanay ko ang nangaliwa? Adultery. Pati ako nasugatan. Nag-over shoot ‘yung kamay ko doon sa ‘yung lalagyan ng nota… Sabi ko kung patay na ‘yan, itapon mo na lang diyan sa ano… Lagyan mo, ‘Killed in Tondo’. Tayo pa ma-NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) nito,” said Duterte alluding to how killers left their “salvage” victims on the street with placards hanging on their necks.

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