Judging the Killings: Not to Blame Duterte but Sum up the Truth

9/03/2016 , 157 Comments


Judging with fairness and justice is based on facts, reality, and logic. History will testify that among those difficult cases being resolved by human justice, most frequently, logic, reality and facts contribute together to sum up what the truth is.

The fact is, there were two babies, one was dead and one was alive. There were two women claiming to be the biological mother of the living baby. To solve and to render judgment in the seemingly difficult case, Solomon used logic.

I KINGS 3:16-28 
16 Then came there two women, that were harlots, unto the king, and stood before him. 
17 And the one woman said, O my lord, I and this woman dwell in one house; and I was delivered of a child with her in the house. 
18 And it came to pass the third day after that I was delivered, that this woman was delivered also: and we were together; there was no stranger with us in the house, save we two in the house. 
19 And this woman's child died in the night; because she overlaid it. 
20 And she arose at midnight, and took my son from beside me, while thine handmaid slept, and laid it in her bosom, and laid her dead child in my bosom. 
21 And when I rose in the morning to give my child suck, behold, it was dead: but when I had considered it in the morning, behold, it was not my son, which I did bear. 
22 And the other woman said, Nay; but the living is my son, and the dead is thy son. And this said, No; but the dead is thy son, and the living is my son. Thus they spoke before the king. 
23 Then said the king, The one saith, This is my son that liveth, and thy son is the dead: and the other saith, Nay; but thy son is the dead, and my son is the living. 
24 And the king said, Bring me a sword. And they brought a sword before the king. 
25 And the king said, Divide the living child in two, and give half to the one, and half to the other. 
26 Then spoke the woman whose the living child was unto the king, for her bowels yearned upon her son, and she said, O my lord, give her the living child, and in no wise slay it. But the other said, Let it be neither mine nor thine, but divide it. 
27 Then the king answered and said, Give her the living child, and in no wise slay it: she is the mother thereof. 
28 And all Israel heard of the judgment which the king had judged; and they feared the king: for they saw that the wisdom of God was in him, to do judgment.

There is an international outcry about what are allegedly extra-judicial killings in Duterte's war against illicit drugs. I say "allegedly" because these are not considered a fact.

Meanwhile, may I remind the media to be careful in their use of words. "Extra-judicial killings" must mean that the ones doing the killings are people in power!

It is most certainly lopsided to term "extra-judicial killing" in killings done by the criminals themselves!

How unfair it can be to attribute all the killings that happened since May 10 of this year to the administration of the seating President. Journalists must practice a sense of delicadeza in attributing to anybody any wrongdoing in society. Personally, I believe that all the killings that started since May 10 must not be imputed on the Duterte administration.

It is constitutionally clear and precise that Duterte took the reigns of power only on the last day of June of this year. How could anyone in his proper state of logic, conscience and mind, think that those who were killed in the last regime are to be blamed on the government of President Duterte? Isn’t this the implication we get from reports of both local and international press today? If one cannot reckon the beginning – and the time boundaries - very certainly he cannot also be sure of what will be the end.

ISAIAH 46:9-10 
9 Remember the former things of old: for I am God, and there is none else; I am God, and there is none like me, 
10 Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure:

There are many avenues that can be considered in order to arrive at the surest point of justice and equity. Surely the shortest line between two distances is between two exact points that run as straight as possible from one to the other.

A point to start with is, could it be that criminals who are being hunted now by the Duterte administration are killing one another in order to protect their own interest!?

Could it be that there are killings that happened mainly because the police enforcers are trying to defend the constitution, or the order of their commander-in-chief, and their own lives!?

Could it be that there are those who run amok because there is no future for their vices and illegal activities under the Duterte administration? And could it be that they just wanted to implicate others, even the innocent!?

If the answer to all these questions is yes, then it is illogical to blame and count the numbers of those who were killed and have died from May 10 to this day to the Duterte administration. How stupid can one be!!! How could you lump the numbers and attribute it to one and only one cause? Worse, you go forward and term them as “extra-judicial killings.”

We know scientifically and logically that drug addicts are persons considered to be out of control, even by themselves. One way to help them is to show them and make them taste a blow from the arm of the law. I repeat: show them and make them taste a blow from the arm of the law.

If they will see that pushers and users are being prosecuted and not tolerated, they would think twice in pursuing their vices that are most certainly stupid. Punishment is a deterrent to crime.

HEBREWS 10:28 
He that despised Moses' law died without mercy under two or three witnesses:

We have a very strong fiber in the fabric of Philippine jurisprudence that is called "human rights." It is also a part of the law of the land that while there are clear clauses that protect animals, there is no law or section nor article in the constitution that provides that to protect animal life, we have to sacrifice the life of a human being.

In the Bible, there are people who cannot be considered humans to enjoy human rights, let alone, convicted drug lords and pushers!

II PETER 2:12 
But these, as natural brute beasts, made to be taken and destroyed, speak evil of the things that they understand not; and shall utterly perish in their own corruption;

More to come.

Sincerely yours,
Brother Eli

157 comments:

  1. Our president is not getting young. Supposed to be, he should be relaxing now - he is on his retiring age anyway. But, he chose to face a heavy burden in our favor. This a rare chance we should grab. We do not know if we will have another Duterte or a strong leader in the future. So sad that there are sectors in our society that choose to pursue their propaganda and try to discredit the effort of our president.

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  2. I can not go wrong if I agree with Bro.Eli Soriano.
    If he is silent, I know it is wise to be. When he speaks, I know it is the Wisdom that does.
    All I can say now is AMEN!

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  3. The term “extra judicial killings” is loosely used by thosed in media to magnify that those killings was perpetuated by the government to discredit the government fight against the proliferation of illegal drugs in our country. Hope this blog will be read and reach by most of our kababayans to open their mind about what‘s happening in our country. Let‘s pray for our President for the betterment of our country. Many Thanks to @MrControversyX for this timely and informative blog.

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  4. Another sensible blog by Mr.Controversy. Justice and fairness for the decisions and actions by President Duterte.

    Glory to GOD for another enlightening blog. More power.

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  5. Thanks Be To God for this new Blog of Mr.ControversyX Read & Share

    CHR,Int'l Human Rights and Sen. De Lima what is your priority the Security of Law Abiding Citizen or the rights of terrorist like ASG?

    WE SUPPORT YOU PRESIDENT DUTERTE

    How unfair it can be to attribute all the killings that happened since May 10 of this year to the administration of the seating President. Journalists must practice a sense of delicadeza in attributing to anybody any wrongdoing in society. Personally, I believe that all the killings that started since May 10 must not be imputed on the Duterte administration.

    It is constitutionally clear and precise that Duterte took the reigns of power only on the last day of June of this year. How could anyone in his proper state of logic, conscience and mind, think that those who were killed in the last regime are to be blamed on the government of President Duterte? Isn’t this the implication we get from reports of both local and international press today? If one cannot reckon the beginning – and the time boundaries - very certainly he cannot also be sure of what will be the end.


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  6. These accusations only hinders the governments war on drugs and criminality. Let us all hope for unity and justice to prevail for all

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  7. Amazing, analysis, logic and explanation... much more, using the Bible as basis.

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  8. Amazing biblical Truth. Thanks be to God!

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  9. It is erroneous and unjust to blame Duterte in all of the killings in the Philippines.

    I hope that God helps the President in his hard battle again crime in my motherland.

    Thanks be to GOD for a wonderful blog once again.

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  10. Kaya namamayat si Duterte eh, nakadagdag pa ang mga aligasyon na walang basehan. Sa Pilipinas naman, kasi sino pa iluklok mo sa pwesto, siguradong me tututol. Pagaralan nila sumunod hindi sirain ang namumuno.

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  11. Not all the killings seen by most of people are from duterte administration but there's other people tried to destruct his flow of administration.

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  12. May the majority of Filipinos be more loving and enlightened.

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  13. ung presidente na walang ginawa - may puna sila. Ung presidente na gumagawa - me puna parin sila. to the point na ipinararatang na ang isang issue na di pa naman napapatunayan.

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  14. Good points to understand extra-judicial killing concepts and if this terminology can be used to blame Duterte administration. A must-read article for all!!

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  15. "One way to help them is to show them and make them taste a blow from the arm of the law." I agree with this, many people do not obey the law because they don't see for themselves the effect of not following these laws.

    If punishments are strictly enforced, they will know what will happen to them and they will learn to follow the laws.

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  16. Very well explained, thanks a lot! #JudgingTheKillings

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  17. Without the Bible I will not consider that some men are human outward but wild beast outside but this changed with the guidance of the Bible as Mr. Controvercy quoted from the Holy Bible.
    II PETER 2:12 But these, as natural brute beasts, made to be taken and destroyed, speak evil of the things that they understand not; and shall utterly perish in their own corruption;
    Thanks be to God for this wisdom and understanding.

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  18. Let us support the President...
    May God guide our President...

    Thanks be unto God

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  19. That's because there are some giant TV Stations are biased reporting.
    Except the UNTV.

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  20. thank you for this blog... as much as i wanted to speak my mind, i don't think i can say everything i want sensibly... i really find media (most of them) are showing one sided story, opinionated, exaggerated and most of the time uses incorrect terms... not sure if its to trigger the situation or showing off and that these words exist... it's really annoying and disappointing what media is doing... their role in the society nowadays is questionable, if they are their to relay the truth or otherwise? are they communicating news or are they communicating their opinions or what they are ask to communicate (hidden agenda)?

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  21. We should be fair in judging. Let us look at both sides before blaming someone. Journalist and media should be careful in using terms because they are very influencial, anything they'd say may affect the peoples ideology. Whatever it is, at the end truth will prevail.

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  22. Yes you are right that it should not be blamed to the present administration extrajudicial killings that happened in the past administration. The authorities now in power must use the full force of the law to apprehend those who are not obeying the law with fair judgement not by means of killings. Thank you Bro. Eli for enlightening us once more for this blog. God bless you.

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  23. Comparing other presidents and their accomplishments president Duterte is phenomenal at any issues of government and private sectors. All efforts of the president are thumbs up. May GOD protects him.

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  24. i was waiting for @mrcontroversyx to shed light in the recent events

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  25. It is a very nice Blog.. Thanks be to God!

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  26. Our president is disposed to do what is mandated of him as the top leader of the land. Others may find his leadership out of the ordinary. But thatbis actually what the country needs. Something out of the ordinary. Extra-ordinary. An extra ordinary change. And change has indeed come. Maybe drastic action is what is really needed to be done to effect change. And of we really have God in our life, we should not be afraid of these changes.

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  27. Media practitioners should not be biased in every information and comment about a certain news. Eventhough the media or press is the watchdog of the government, media should also considered human rights. It is so unfair in Duterte's administration.

    Thanks Be To God for thus blog made by Bro. Eli. It informed me a lot of things. Everybody must read this.

    To God Be The Glory!

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  28. Thanks Be To God for this blog made by Bro. Eli. It really informed me a lot of things. Everybody must read this.

    To God Be The Glory!

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  29. "Extra-judicial killings" must mean that the ones doing the killings are people in power!

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  30. Hi rainy good morning po to all... Thanks be to God for the new blog. From Mr. Controversy, yes I'm agree to our mr. President Duterte... I agree to name and to judging the killing for our safety in bad things...

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  31. Now that Mr Controversy has mentioned it, the term "extra-judicial killings" is quite unfair. The Duterte Administration is getting blamed outright just by using the term, be it in media or senate investigations. Mr. Controversy really has got this knack of identifying skewed versions of reality being perpetrated by those who would rather live opposite of the Truth.

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  32. Truly a logical reasoning.How cone to blame someone when you don't really consider all the possible cause of the problem.

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  33. when someone dies under his administration, don't conclude that the president who's in fault. be investigative people!

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  34. In my twilight years, this is the first time that I witnessed a President who has dutifully kept his promise to work for the welfare of the Filipino.

    May the God-fearing Christians support his plans and programs as he was designated to be sovereign in this country so that our tomorrow might become brighter.

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  35. In Doing Good and exposing the truth. There comes who are against and bias. I support DU30

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  36. Our President is so sincere in bringing out peace and order in our country but unluckily sons of Satan doesn't want that.

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  37. In Doing Good and exposing the truth
    There comes who are against and bias. I support DU30

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  38. Human rights should not be abused during its implementation. People who are inhuman by their crimnal acts and deeds should not enjoy human rights shield. Credits and/or discredits must be given fairly and justly to those persons who truly deserve to receive such. Media news reporting must be factual, true, and should not be tainted by vested propaganda and other evil motives.


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  39. We hope and pray that goodness will prevail in our government and that President Duterte will succeed in his pursuit of a cleaner and better Philippines.

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  40. Peopele he choose as president not because his violent but he choose as a brave man, self- affirmation and aware problems in this country like drugs.

    Its sad to say that they didn't appreciate of what his doing mostly in the goverment and media. Like yesterday about davao city bombing of abu sayyaf you see a Mr. Duterte crying his beloved davaoeño after bombing result many victim are cause injured and apparently some are died innocent. He visit a davao hospital as a concerned cetizen to the victim you see how hopeless it is but some journalis did saw Mr. Duterte crying on his davaeño and declare a 'state of lawlessness'.

    I agree Kuya's told that some journalism are taken his money purpose to destroy his personality.

    So don't judged him and support the 'HUMAN RIGHTS' since many changes have occurred. At first he elected you/us because we want to changes now many have done then you/us roar him.

    #JudgingTheKillings
    #HumanRights

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  41. Media is one of the contributors that change the perspective of a certain audience. If the media uses the word "extra-judicial killings", then they must be implying that a person who has power is behind all these killings, which is not right.

    These logic reasons said by Mr. Controversy X may be one of the causes why there are reported killings due to drug related reasons. It might be that the suspects are killing each other just to protect their own, or the police are just mainly doing their jobs. There might be reasons why, but I am certain that we should not blame the president for that, because all he wants is that this country should be better, peaceful, and be more developed.

    I know for sure, that drug addicts and pushers already knew the possible consequence of doing it, such as ruining their lives. They know that using drugs will harm them. True that they shouldn't be considered humans to enjoy human rights, since they the ones who causes trouble to the nation, who murders people for their own purpose, and who destroys other people.

    I pray for the Philippines to a better nation. I know God allows all these things in His favor, since he is the one who knows the end down to the beginning of everything.

    Thank you for this eye-opening blog, Mr. Controversy X! Thanks be to God!

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  42. People of the republic really needs this kind of an eye opener, this illegal drug is pandemic according to the president himself, and the masses already seen how incompetitve those previous administrations are...

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  43. Filipinos nowadays really need a firm hand for disciplinary action. History tells that because of too much inclination and favoritism and tolerance to those who were in power and wealth, we neglect the beauty of our law, the right usage of our Constitution.. to the point that even lawmakers do not follow the laws they've made.

    Now we see the Change in our government, we clearly see among us who's against it, maybe because they won't gain anything from it, or might loss more because they've been doing illegal stuff all their lives.. The President needs our help in order to make his dream for the Philippines: a Drug-free nation, capable to sustain the needs of every filipinoes, a law-abiding country, and most of all, a God-fearing nation.

    So instead of playing judges, why not try the role of followers first. Let's help the President. Let's help our country.

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  44. We will pray for you Mr. President. And more power to Mr. ControversyXtraordinary for always giving us knowledge and indept understanding from the bible.

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  45. In the example about the baby and king Solomon. What if the mother who said "O my lord, give her the living child, and in no wise slay it", did not say anything but cry?

    That in my interpretation the mother who said "O my lord, give her the living child, and in no wise slay it" don't want the baby to be killed and she don't want to give to the other mother either?

    What will King Solomon do? Will he kill the baby?

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  46. I know deep in my heart that Pres Duterte is doing everything to eliminate illegal drugs in country since this menace is the root of evil in our society. If we will make strong stance to fight this evil like what our Pres is doing, where are we heading for? Majority of crimes that are happening in our country are drug related. If we can eliminate illegal drugs in our country no doubt we can have a peaceful environment and we can further attain economic development. This is what our Pres Digong wants to realize. Let us help them instead of critizing him. God bless us all!!

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  47. Very well said and explained without biased.. TO GOD BE THE GLORY...

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  48. Fellow Filipinos, please be smarter, because those bad people are also smart, they are everywhere fabricating lies, spreading wrong information to create misunderstanding between each other and after distraction, confusion. Then they will attack and destroy. Don't fall in this tactic. This is another form of psy-war.
    Don't just jump into conclusion and don't just believe the rumors.
    Thanks be to God, for these information that Bro. Eli shared to us.

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  49. Thanks Be To God.. for this article that the admin was share this information. Our President is a good man. He is an intelligent man. He is a brave man.. I like the way he want to do in our country, especially when he want to stop the drugs syndicate in our country. "Judging the Killings: Not to Blame Duterte but Sum up the Truth"
    Thanks Be To God.

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  50. Yung mga Jounalist na nagbi-blame kay Pres.Duterte ay gumagawa lamang ng big issue para kumita.
    #JudgingTheKillings

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  51. Nagsu-suffer talaga ng hirap ang lumalaban sa masama gaya ni Pres.digong.
    #JudgingTheKillings

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  52. I have actually wished for this blog! Salamat sa Dios!

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  53. Let us help the President by including him in our prayers. We hope that the criminalities and lawlessness in our country will be diminished to 1% if not totally eradicated. Go Mr. President! we are behind you!

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  54. "in EVERY STORY...
    there are TWO SIDES of the COIN...
    let us NOT BLAME PRESIDENT DUTERTE regarding this matter...
    let's be MORE OBJECTIVE to KNOW the TRUTH..."

    #JudgingTheKillings ☆
    #Controversy (y)
    #ExtraOrdinary ♡

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  55. Our president is lucky to have an objective and sensible preacher who understands the works of evil-doers. He is not quick to judge anyone but sees underneath layers of facts and lies to really decipher the truth. Filipinos are not stupid, but are made ignorant by the money-driven journalists and politicians who are only after self gain.

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  56. Thank you for this informative blog.Duterte do his part as a President to prevent drug abuse in our country and his doing his job well.

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  57. Thank you for this informative blog.Duterte do his part as a President to prevent drug abuse in our country and his doing his job well.

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  58. President Duterte is one of a kind person, he believed in human values, a man with his word and trying to keep his promised to the nation. Judging the killing of all pusher,adik and all criminals in the streets not to blame Duterte. Filipino are very lucky to have a president that worth dying for in love to his country. now i can say that I'm proud to be a Filipino.

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  59. True to every word. It is really unfair to attribute all the killings to the present Administration. The media now are loose in making comments which brings up misconceptions about the Presidents' style of governance. May God bless the President. Thank you Mr. ControveryX.

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  60. Rebel groups like ASG doesn't deserve the human rights too!!!

    #JudgingTheKillings

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  61. Thank you Mr.Controvercy for the latest blog.
    I agree in this blog that judging the killing not to blame Duterte but sum up the truth. Because our president Rodrigo Duterte he want only is to make the Philippine drug free and corruption free. Because this is the reason why the Philippine become poor country. The only goal of our is to become a fruitful country. So why Duterte is not the reason of killing incedent. The reason of killing incedent is the person who don't want to surreder his self to the goverment. I don't know why they don't want to surrender there self to the goverment if Duterte promise to give them a new life.

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  62. Thank you Mr.Controvercy for the latest blog.
    I agree in this blog that judging the killing not to blame Duterte but sum up the truth. Because our president Rodrigo Duterte he want only is to make the Philippine drug free and corruption free. Because this is the reason why the Philippine become poor country. The only goal of our is to become a fruitful country. So why Duterte is not the reason of killing incedent. The reason of killing incedent is the person who don't want to surreder his self to the goverment. I don't know why they don't want to surrender there self to the goverment if Duterte promise to give them a new life.

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  63. I really like this statement, "Judging with fairness and justice is based on facts, reality, and logic." Because of pres. Duterte, people build a trust again in our Government because they know that he is a good Leader and he have a lot of experience. Our President has a different strategies among the past administration. Just observe before conclude. Thanks be to God

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  64. My,this article gave me a knowledge I'm totally unaware of. Lets just unite as one and support the Duterte administration especially in dealing with pushers and users alike.Thank you for publishing another good read. Looking forward to more articles like this.

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  65. Duterte is doing everything he can to eradicate drugs in the country. Law is made to maintain peace and order.
    May God bless Philippines. To God be the Glory.

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  66. may I remind the media to be careful in their use of words. "Extra-judicial killings" must mean that the ones doing the killings are people in power!

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  67. It was too good to be true and almost a state of perfection that 100 percent of Filipinos supports Duterte when he took the highest seat in the government, the Presidency. This is politics. Duterte inevitably expects that despite his practice and implementation of diplomacy and democracy. But before I go further, let me connote that Bro.Eli wasn't justifying any sort of "KILLING" here. Mr.Controversy was just stating the clear premise that they are just allegations so he speaks of technicality. To teach us to be objective and not subjective about it. And know how to make the right judgment.

    There are killings. That's not the issue. That has never really been an issue in the Philippines. When have you watched a news and not hear of any CCTV murders, diverse massacres and killing sprees? To hear that nobody got killed even for ONE WHOLE DAY in the Philippines would be THE NEWS. It's just likely unusual. So what am I driving at? We cannot incorporate all the killings to Duterte because killings in the Philippines is not unusual. The generals or syndicates involved could have ordered the hit. People take advantage when they have the opportunity to make their actions look legal when it's not. It has become a national excuse to kill a drug lord , pusher or dealer because it sounded lawful. But it could also be abused as an excuse just to kill anyone you do not like. PERIOD!

    Thanks be to God Bro.Eli for such a controversial blog. To God be the Glory.

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  68. Please don't blame the president. He knows what he is doing and may God help him.lets give him a chance.the president have a lot of problem to resolve so rather than criticizing him, better we should help him.

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  69. I am sure that the government has already enough evidences to run after the bigger masters of these drug syndicates. Strike the heads and the whole body dies! This approach is logical and biblical. The second phase as general Bato declared, please, don't delay.

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  70. International outcry for human rights starts to take notice because of loss of lives of common people in the society. The heads of these drug syndicate will use it to alter and discourage the effort of our government. "Strike the heads and the body falls", this is how Satan will end as the bible prophesied in the beginning of the creation. This how the government must end the drug proliferation and evil in our society. Many lives shal be spared and saved. Bring them the true justice of the law.

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  71. I watched the first Chinese drug lord sentenced to a death penalty by way of firing squad during the Marcos regime. it can be repeated. Filipinos abroad died the same death penalty because of prohibited drugs. It's time to show them also that our country doesn't tolerate it too. Mr. President, I support the death penalty for these drug lords. They are only few against many. One head against the body. One person against the society. Take the shepherd out the sheeps will gp astray. That can be learned from biblical perspective.

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  72. Amen and I agree that we should not blame the president. This blog is very informative and with Bible basis. Thank Be To God for this blog. May GOD guide our president. To God Be the Glory!

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  73. I think we cannot blame our president what is all happening around. Instead we care each other to support our president. I think this is the time to change our government to remove all the graft and corruption and to vanish all the protectors of the drugs. Think about the future of our children.. Please pray for our president.. May GOD bless u Mr. President.

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  74. Exactly. Wrong mathematics indeed. Why oh why would they count from May 10, then call everything "extra-judicial". Tsk tsk. It's too loosely. Very irresponsible journalism.

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  75. Let the president do what he thinks is right for the country within the boundaries of the law. He knows what he's doing and he needs our support not critics my goodness...

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  76. All I can say is that, the end justify the means of all the decisions and acts done by our prudent president. We must be wise and knowledgeable enough in criticizing others. For this blog, it's reliable.

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  77. PART 2

    MY VIEWPOINT

    I wish I could apply this verse in John 9:25
    New International Version..
    He replied, "Whether he is a sinner or not, I don't know. One thing I do know. I was blind but now I see!" .... to express the crux of my viewpoint. Because at a incommensurable  peripheral perspective, I want to think that if Duterte indeed was involved in the extra-judicial killings.....I guess it somehow  helped take out the trashes and garbages of the society. So job well done Mr.President! But as an MCGI, we were not taught that way. And the verse applies to Bro.Eli more than anyone else in this world. After all the incogitable persecutions he went through.  But let me reiterate that this blog isn't supporting the killings. It's supporting the technical terminologies of the law. Because the extra-judicial killings have been taking place unprecedented.

    Thanks be to God Bro.Eli for putting wisdom on this blog. To GOD be the Glory.

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  78. May our President be strong and not be hindered of doing his obligation to protect our country. God bless President Duterte.

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  79. In reasoning, no one can outsmart the God of the Bible.

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  80. Nakakalungkot isipin na may mga human rights advocate na mas madaling tumugon at tuligsain ang admin ni digong sa mga napapatay na drug adik pushers, drug lords, kreminal kesa mga napapatay na inocenteng batang ni rape, mag-ina ninakawan ni rape at pinatay, hinoldap at pinatay, kinidnap at pinatay na ang mga salarin ay lango sa druga. Mga senseless killings noon na di hina highlight ng media ni bigyan pansin ng commission on human rights kuno pero ngayon porke ayaw nila kay digong taka lng ako bat TODO TANGGOL NILA SA MGA KREMINAL? ASAN ANG HUSTISYA? Ang meaning ba ng CHR ngayon ay Criminal Human Rights? Just asking!
    My malaking grupo ba na nagpopondo ng malaking halaga pra sirain ang gobierno ni digong dahil marami siyang nasasagasaan dahil sa war on drugs, corruption & mga oligarch na gustong kontrolin ang economiya ng pilipinas?
    God Bless the Philippines, kaawaan sana tayo ng Dios at tulutan magtagumpay ang Pres. DU30 sa lahat ng mabubuting adhikain ng kanyang puso upang mabago ang bulok na systema ng lipunan at maging masagana ang mamamayang pilipino.

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  81. Very good point. People are quick to judge and to blame. They tend to easily accept allegations and hearsay without weighing up things, hearing both sides, or considering alternative possibilities. This is a good reminder of the foundation of judging something and arriving to the truth: Consider the LOGIC, REALITY, and FACTS. I'm glad I found not just a sensible blogger and his wonderful blogs, but someone who can show us what the Bible says about the things that transpire in our time. You can never go wrong with the Bible. The Truth is in the Bible. Logic, Reality, and Facts dictate so.

    God bless

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  82. Well, alam naman natin sa pasimula BIAS talaga kapag for-profit media gaya ng abs-cbn, tv5, gma, net25, mga mediang bayaran - it is called "presstitutes".

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  83. Judging the Killings:Not blaming Duterte but to sum up the truth

    The term "extra-judicial killings" is the killing of a person by governmental authorities without the sanction of any judicial proceeding or legal process. Journalist is using this term illogically. Killings of the criminals themselves should not be called as this term.

    We should be careful in the words we utter. Especially if you are one of the primary source of information in a certain society, you must be noble-minded. Because if you will not be well educated to tell the news, it may mislead people who's listening to you.



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  84. Thanks to Our God that Bro. Eli sees the real score of our community's situation. Is is always settling to feel that someone who is guiding us is guided by God...

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  85. HEBREWS 10:28
    He that despised Moses' law died without mercy under two or three witnesses:

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  86. Good read and hope this message may reach those whose concerns are on this matter..keep it up po..

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  87. Society is always against something which is not in accordance to its current. Now that they (drug lords and pushers) have tasted being redressed by the present regime, they will do everything to abolish its principles. Even if it takes human lives. Change will never suit those who bask themselves in corruption and immorality.

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  88. Our president is just doing his job for being president to clean our country of those who abusing and addicting drugs, especially those who push drugs. our president also fight for us either for our country to be more safe, more responsible, more presented etc. we Filipinos choose our president so let's just support him stop criminality and just work with good deeds.

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  89. The media isn't showing us everything.. they are only letting us see what they want us to see..
    The outcome is peoples(not all) judge according from what they see without further searching of information, but I know there are the one's who are not easily deceived from what they saw, they don't judge that easy. They search for proof.
    I know that our current administration will be able to overcome this problem with the help of God.
    Be strong Mr. President
    Thanks be to God.

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  90. There is no doubt that even most are called humans, there is still a human that acts like a beasts in nature.

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  91. We should not blame President Duterte for all the killings. Criminals are also contributors in these killings. If they didn't used drugs, they would not kill. And we also blame to the law enforces just to discredit the president. The media should also be fair in their publication for the public knowledge.Please judge base on the facts and evidences to reveal the truth. #JudgingTheKilling

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  92. Filipinos are lucky to have President Rodrigo Duterte. Keep up the good work Sir!

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  93. Our President is a strong man. The only goal of him is to clean our country from illegal drug and corruption and more that struggle in our country to become riches country and he want to open a lot of job in our country for all Filipino. The killing incident in our country is because of drug lord that lead of illegal drug. Let as support our president to of his Goal.
    #Duterte
    #LVCCHealthCareServices

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  94. God will guide you President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.

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  95. An amazing, well said and knowledgeable blog for those who didn't understand what extrajudicial killings word means. And also to know whats the truth about how our government perform well as they can, to make not just one person but for a whole nation benefits. Now as what I've understand about this blog that our government now especially our President Rodrigo Duterte do the best way or move to eliminate all drugs and illegal doing in our nation to stop violence, fear from crimes, cleanliness, and to create a thinking especially for those who want to invest in the safe country. I am thankful about how our government perform now as what our head state did. On the other-hand for our dear human rights and medias who says and give ideas to people about extra judicial killings and to government, they should know and investigate first before they speak and tell in a worldwide media and give the best clear definition about they telling of. That's all thanks be to God for this blog To God be the Glory.

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  96. As what I've understand about this blog that our government now perform well because of a please President who leads them. I also know or realize now that we should not believe fast to what media said even if they says that their news are truth, we should investigate and know by our selves for us not to be innocent and not to judge incorrectly. I hope that in the future after the term of President Rodrigo Duterte that their will be the one who continued what he is doing. I think if will the key of succeeded and rich country is with us. Thanks be to God To God be the Glory.

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  97. The truth is always with the logical explanation.
    God's words are logical, mathematical and Scientific perfectly and exactly true.
    King Solomon used logic to be exactly true his judgment on the two women gave birth. I Kings 3: 16-28
    logic in the news is very important for your news to be true but some journalists do not use logic therefore there is injustice in the news. Even human rights are also injustice because they're protecting animals.
    In the Bible, there are people who cannot be considered humans to enjoy human rights, let alone, convicted drug lords and pushers!
    II PETER 2:12.

    very nice blog from Mr.Controversy
    thanks be to God!

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  98. stop blaming our president its not his fault he just want to clean our country from those drug addicts and other group that can harm his people. lets accept the fact that those people will attack us. all we can do is to pray for our country and for our president.

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  99. There's no other Preachers like Bro. Eli Soriano who can give such great analysis of what's really happening in our country! Others may easily condenm President Duterte without simply using their logic and common sense. As I read here, Bro. Eli really analyzed the whole thing, looking at the real picture on the issue re-killings in our country. Plus, the Biblical basis is always there. Whenever he speak - it's Biblical. Thanks be to God!

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  100. Mr. Controversy is right, we must not blame to President Duterte all the killing that happened in his administration. We should not judge people because we don't know the truth about the extra-judicial killings. It is just once in a blue moon to have a President like him so lets trust him. Thanks be to God for this blog. God bless Mr. President.

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  101. Word "extrajudicial killings" loosely used by media and even politicians who had a high position in the government just to discredit the achievement of our law enforcers. They are trying to implant into the mind of the individual Filipino even international audience that all killings are the result of extrajudicial killing without orienting the people what extrajudicial killings really is.
    This is one of the best blog of Mr. Controversy Extraordinary that worth to read. may God bless you Mr. Controversy Extraordinary.

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  102. very well said:::)))))))) all out support for our president

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  103. Let us not tolerate them. It is true "NOT" all people are considered as "humans" to enjoy human rights; so we must continue our fight against Drugs.
    Drug lords and Pushers do not respect the Law, then why give them "human rights" which is a part of the Law?
    Let the law Punish them!
    “Show them and make them taste a blow from the arm of the law.”

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  104. Amazing blog! Thanks be to God Mr. Eliseo F. Soriano :)
    " Judging with fairness and justice is based on facts, realiry, and logic. History will testify that among those difficult cases being resolved by human justice, most frequently, logic, reality and facts contribute together to sum up what the truth is." - it is a must! We can read proofs on the bible; the righteous judgement of King Solomon who used logic on judgement that was written on the book of I King 3:16-28.
    We people, we judge something immediately sometimes we don't think before we speak, my point is we must know the stories on both side before we judge like what King Solomon did and think first before we speak and never never never jump to the conclusion.
    Duterte's Administration is doing great job! May God be with us and more power!
    It was amazing to realize that the blogs on this site are connected in some point. I'm reading the blog like " .. it was like what saying last time, ... yeah right! this is so.... " like what. :)
    THANKS BE TO GOD !

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  105. We must know all "legitimate" facts before we join in the discussions and take actions when it comes to crime and corruption. We need to know the root of problems, when it took place and how the problems came up. There are many people, especially the "keyboard warriors" and other ignorant people, who just join in just to look smart, gain popularity and meet certain ends, like bashing and ending the Duterte Administration. If everyone REALLY wants to eliminate crime and corruption, then judging fairly is the first action to take.

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  106. It breaks our heart to see a former Mayor of Davao and now a President of the Philippines carrying too much problem then the people of the Philippines will just bash him in return. He's been lifting a lot of heavy feelings the past days. Media should be careful in their use of words. Sum up the truth and don't blame our President because illegal drugs are everywhere.

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  107. I certainly agree to Bro. Eli in his call for justice againsts these stentorian outcry on the present administration in the Philippines. Before concluding that these killings are "extrajudicial killings", they must first practice the consideration of facts, reality and logic.

    Though the President declared war against drugs and promised to eliminate it, we must not implicate all the killings against him, without even reckoning the existing facts.

    Again, I'm one for President Duterte's campaign to clear the illicit drugs in our country, since most of the crime were nearly related to it.

    Four thumbs up to Mr. Controversy X! May God always bless you!

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  108. An extrajudicial killing is the killing of a person by governmental authorities without the sanction of any judicial proceeding or legal process. Extrajudicial punishments are mostly seen by humanity to be unethical, since they bypass the due process of the legal jurisdiction in which they occur. Extrajudicial killings often target leading political, trade union, dissident, religious, and social figures and may be carried out by the state government or other state authorities like the armed forces or police.

    Section 3(a) of the United States Torture Victim Protection Act contains a definition of extrajudicial killing:

    a deliberate killing not authorized by a previous judgement pronounced by a regular constituted court affording all the judicial guarantees which are recognized as indispensable by civilized peoples. Such term, however, does not include any such killing that, under international law, is lawfully carried out under the authority of a foreign nation. (wikipedia)

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  109. In this blog, I learned that one way to help the drug pushers and users is to show them and make them taste a blow from the arm of a law. By that, they will stop what they are doing because they are being punish.
    Thanks Be To God...

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  110. INDEED!!!
    Isn't true that Duterte Administration wakes us into REALITY??!! that our country now are not getting safer unlike before?!. In myself I coincide with the fact that in every places in this country there is drug addict and its getting worse. I'd proven it myself, befire I could say that our province is free from drug addicts but now I got news that my former friend became addict.
    THIS IS A PROBLEM about society when the person helps and cure the problem here comes those who always critized and blame them, and if we are going to look further they are not helping the society they just making it worse.
    I am proud be with Mr. Controversy for relaying facts that is buried with false rumors!
    May God bless you Mr. Controversy!!!

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  111. This blog is absolutely true we cant blame our president everytime the problems like this comeout. i believe that
    the powerful men involve in illegal drugs are the one who killed those innocent people because of their own sake.
    they are also the one who's behind to give a command to the police member in killing the people who knew that they are involve in illegal drugs,
    just to protect their position and lives. So it's really unfair to our president if we blame him.
    I also agree that media should be careful in what they are saying because media has a big influence in public

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  112. Exactly! It is really illogical to blame and count the numbers of those who were killed and have died to the Duterte administration. President Duterte doing what he thinks is right and he is a good President. He didn't deserve to be bash and blame in this issue . I know that President Duterte doing his best for our country. GOD Bless President Duterte!

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  113. I do agree with Mr. Controversy
    "Meanwhile, may I remind the media to be careful in their use of words. "Extra-judicial killings" must mean that the ones doing the killings are people in power!", dahil sa mga corrupt na media pinapalihis ang balita.

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  114. Bro eli is right, no one has the right to blame it all to the goverment of our president,our president. Instead of blaming why do we just support our pres.pray for our country,for the better nation.
    God bless our pres.God bless our nation.

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  115. Don't even judge people that you never know them! It's even a sin, take a look at his/her side before you open your opinion. Because there's no thing that will help you if you gonna judge people. Extrajudicial killings often target leading political, trade union, dissident, religious, and social figures and may be carried out by the state government or other state authorities like the armed forces or police.

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  116. For the sake of every people, and for those families that felt hatred because in the implication of extra judicial killing. For we as citizen in the democratic country we must to deeper our understanding in the plans of Mr. President Duterte. He need our cooperation, to stop the transactions of drugs in our country.

    When we know and concern for the user of drug, we must to coordinate well in the police station. Be part in the advocacy of President Duterte for the sake of our country.

    And specially only the word of God can change those people. To be enlightened them, be part of changing.

    Thanks be to God.

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  117. Thank you mr. Controversy for this new blog.
    For me, our PresidentPresident just doing his part as a president. As of now, we can see that there is a lot of progress in our country for the drug usher and drug pushers.
    The media or social media should be careful in using words. They should think first before speak.

    Thanks be to God

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  118. Pres. Duterte is doing anything he can do to remove the drugs and drug users. They will taste their punishment of the law.
    Thanks be to God for this wonderful blog thats explainexplain everything based on the Bible.

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  119. It's really unfair for pressing these baseless charges against the president who is just the most dedicated person to saving the "real" victims in this whole battle against drugs. How blind and close-minded these people are when they only see or think are on the superficial! But thanks be to God, Bro. Eli has managed to write yet again a profound and Biblical explanation on this timely issue in the country. God bless the Philippines!!!

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  120. Good evening to each and everyone, In this blog Bro. Eli Soriano explains very well and I agree on what this blog wants to deliver to us, Duterte administration is not responsible in all of the recorded killings since May 10 up to this date. I hate to admit it but Mass Media has a lot of influence nowadays on us. I hope that every people around the world be enlightened in everything that is happening in the Philippines, I also hope that the people in the Philippines start to think not just once, twice, but to think as many as you can before you accused someone. I really hope that my wish for the goodness of everyone be heard. Thank You again Bro. Eli Soriano for making this blog and provide us a new and a lot of information and making us realize many things. Thank You and To God Be The Glory.

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  121. Go Pres. Rody we are supporting you for your good cause for Filipinos now and the future!

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  122. Very good explanation, I believed you Mr.pres Duterte.
    God is always w/ you.
    To God be the glory.

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  123. Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.
    Romans 13:1

    Many Filipinos should learn how to submit to authority .
    Do not imitate the crab mind .
    Do not malign our president especially the media .
    STOP! Being high minded.
    Please! For the sake of our innocents.

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  124. Indeed! Tapang at Malasakit yan si President Duterte!
    Thanks be to God
    To God be the Glory

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  125. Punishment, to serve as a deterrent to any criminal acts, should be certain, swift, severe, and appropriate or just. Drug lords, pushers, and users are not afraid to propagate their criminal activities because of uncertainty of their punishment even if they were caught and prosecuted. Uncertainty of punishment occurs because of corruption, tolerance, and greed of those in authority and power. Death to caught in the act drug lords and pushers who retaliated during police operations may be reasonable, just, and appropriate.

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  126. When words and phrases are commonly used though wrong/erroneous does not mean that it is already correct or acceptable.

    I agree with Bro Eli that the use of the term "extra-judicial killings" attributed by journalists against President Duterte is not fair.

    Actually, I really pity President Rodrigo R. Duterte and PNP Chief Bato Dela Rosa. They are so burdened not only by the war on drugs and terrorism but also by irresponsible journalists, false accusations and persecutions.

    I cannot imagine what would Philippines be in the near future if President Duterte was not elected as President. For all we know, we are already living in a society where zombie-like or living dead dwells with us.

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  127. The armed forces of the Philippines need technology to crush down the outlaws like the abusayaf bandits. President duterte`s mandate to overthrow the abusayaf can't be done in a conventional warfare like the marines are doing now. It's wasteful and risk-life to the forces.

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  128. Ang Presidenteng totoong may malasakit sa bayan!

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  129. It's very obvious how the Caloocan barangay captain was killed by four men in his house shop after the he was summoned outside by the police. Seeing this video you can judged by logic that these were police operation. I believe that drug syndicates have infiltrated deeply in the Philippine policemen. The president must act swiftly to clean up its ranks. Otherwise, I can see by logic that things are going to be very bad. The enemy is in hurry in clean up operations likewise. They have no respect of life anymore. They acted like animals which their logic is elimination of the weak.

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  130. The Catholic Church has condemned Duterte's campaign of slaughter and warned of the danger of dictatorship. You call yourself brother Eli but it's not clear what order you belong to. It doesn't seem as if you belong to any established church. What order do you belong to? Who do you worship? Satan?

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  131. "Extra judicial killings" term use for the people in power that causes the killings... Do not blame it all on the seating administration, but look at the bigger picture of the issue..

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  132. Thanks be to God for a very informative and sensible blog.More power and success to Mr. Controversy and Pres. Duterte!

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  133. Crab mentality is still very true in the Filipino culture. Others oppose like barking dogs. They don't see that nations around us advance already but we're still here at the same bamboo boat busy pulling each other down to nothing. I hope that MR. President Duterte will bring progress as little time as he can do to put us in a better formidable boat together.

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  134. The characteristics of punishment to be a deterrent factor from committing criminal acts are: must be certain, severe, and fast.

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  135. Bombing in Davao are works of cowards. My point is that you kill common people as retaliation against government efforts to subdue lawlessness. This is unfair. This is cowardice. You face your adversary and not the people that continues the cycle of the Filipino culture. Face the strongman of the house to take over the house.

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  136. We have the president now that knows how to deal the cancer of our culture as Filipinos. Are not thankful? I believe GOD sends him. The manner of dealing is outright. There's no deceit. He is for the people, by the people and of the people welfare. Any person of this caliber is of GOD. Satan wanted us to die. He wants all flesh to perish.

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  137. Careful analysis of facts surrounding the issue made Bro. Eli write this blog... logical and full of wisdom.

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  138. 1."convicted drug lords and Pusher" 2.I believe that all the killings that started since May 10 must not be imputed on the Duterte administration. 3.We know scientifically and logically that drug addicts are persons considered to be out of control, even by themselves. One way to help them is to show them and make them taste a blow from the arm of the law. I repeat: show them and make them taste a blow from the arm of the law.4We know scientifically and logically that drug addicts are persons considered to be out of control, even by themselves. One way to help them is to show them and make them taste a blow from the arm of the law. I repeat: show them and make them taste a blow from the arm of the law.

    If they will see that pushers and users are being prosecuted and not tolerated, they would think twice in pursuing their vices that are most certainly stupid. Punishment is a deterrent to crime.

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  139. That is a very good point and analysis. I hope every filipino can read every blog on this site to enlighten the truth and it's biblically correct. Thanks be to God.

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  140. That is very true. It should not be termed "EJK". It is really stupid to blame the alleged extra judicial killings to the present administration. You see, even criminals disguise wearing military or police uniforms when they carry out their evil tasks. So, we could not just conclude that those riding in tandems who killed those alleged drug addicts/pushers were policemen. Media then should play a great role to balance everything.

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  141. President DU30 knows what he is doing, better to shut up detractors' mouth.

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  142. i hope the police will do their job to solve these killings..weather EJK or not.

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  143. I beleive that our Pres. Duterte is not the one to be blamed but the criminals themselves. They are the roots of all evil not only to our country but to this world. Without them, then there is no such issue like this.
    #JudgingTheKillings

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  144. People always tend to justify a death of a love one...even to embrace EJK as a reason that such a love one do not deserve to die even if it will degrade the program of the president in advocating peace,,,I agree with Bro. Eli...the bible has a way to make us see the good wisdom what is happening now... Hon. Mr. President R. Duterte..I commend your program of advocating peace...

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