Duterte is concerned that he will be targeted by a U.S.- or CIA-led coup. He told RT that he is well-aware of the price that is paid by leaders who refuse to sign up to the globalist agenda, stating “I said about [removing] the American troops, that one day, during my term, if I survive the CIA, I still have five years to go.”
The globalists’ unholy war on the Philippines occurred in three clear phases.
First, a propaganda war began in the West, with mainstream media outlets smearing Duterte at regular intervals. President Duterte’s harsh words about President Obama were intentionally taken out of context, and the successful operations against terrorist cells and drug traffickers in the Philippines, which was on the verge of becoming a narco state, led to protests of global organizations, human-rights groups as well as several governments including the EU and US.
Then the New World Order’s media operation went into full swing. In a few months, using the established techniques of smear and distortion, Duterte went from being an outspoken and unconventional president to being defined by international media as a bloody murderer.
This led to President Duterte telling George Soros that he was not welcome in his country, warning the globalist billionaire that “there is a bounty on your head” in the Philippines.
Soros promptly cancelled a proposed “humanitarian visit” to the islands – and shortly after the New World Order has declared war on the Philippines.
Now Duterte and his patriots are locked in a vicious battle with ISIS, fighting hand to hand with the jihadis in southern cities, as the New World Order’s hit squad continue their global destabilization project.
ISIS fighters, the globalist’s private militia, are now swarming in southern Philippines cities, doing the New World Order’s dirty work, while the U.S. military orchestrates regime change from the wings.
Despite the critical state of affairs, Western media continue to attack Duterte. Rather than informing their audience about the president’s brave efforts to protect his people against the rampaging death cult, Western liberal media is ignoring the real issues and publishing vile and misleading hit pieces.
The most prominent story published in Western media about Duterte since the ISIS invasion was a hit piece criticizing the president’s “locker room talk” with members of the armed forces engaged in the battle to save their country.
Rather than praise the president for his hands-on role, western media feigned outrage about his “politically incorrect” choice of words.
The president has had his reputation attacked relentlessly by mainstream media around the world, despite his sky-high approval ratings at home. Now his country is being physically attacked by globalist-backed radical Islamic terrorists.
Backing the president of the Philippines in his fight with ISIS, and rejecting the mainstream media’s deceptions, is the least that patriots and nationalists around the world can do.
Scores Of Dead Bodies Litter Streets Of Besieged Marawi "Philippine"
Residents fleeing ISIS-occupied Marawi City report seeing at least 100 bodies lie scattered on the streets, says Philippine politician.
Russia Today reports:
Recounting the testimony of people who recently escaped the besieged city, Zia Alonto Adiong, the Governor of the province Lanao del Sur, said scores of bodies are in an area which saw heavy gunfire.
“Dead bodies, at least 100, scattered around the encounter area,” Adiong told reporters, according to Reuters. The army previously said that 290 people have been killed, including 206 militants, 58 soldiers and 26 civilians.
Adiong, who is helping rescue and relief efforts, had earlier claimed that up to 1,000 dead bodies were seen by the fleeing residents. He subsequently revised that number.
The politician also said that starvation has led residents to eat cardboard boxes. “It’s heartbreaking. It’s almost unbelievable to think that people are living this way,” Adiong told AFP.
Senior Philippine military figures say they are closing in on rebel held positions. “We intend to finish the fight as soon as possible. Our tactical commanders are doing their best,” military spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Jo-Ar Herrera said, adding that 200 jihadists remain in the occupied city with many of them had taken up sniper positions.
As the fighting intensifies, the Philippine armed forces have announced the arrest of the brother of a jihadist leader.
Mohammad Noaim Maute, whose brothers Omarkhayam and Abdullah are the commanders of the Maute Group, was apprehended at a checkpoint near the city of Cagayan de Oro, north of Marawi.
Brigadier-General Gilbert Gapay, a military spokesman, said Mohammad is a suspected bomb-maker for the group which has pledged allegiance to IS.
Most of the other seven Maute brothers, including Omarkhayam and Abdullah, are believed to be in the embattled city. Their parents were taken into custody last week. Maute was not armed when arrested and police said he readily admitted his identity under questioning.
Meanwhile, an Australian journalist was lucky to escape with his life after being shot in the neck. Adam Harvey, who works for Australia’s national public ABC, said: “Luckily it missed everything important and it just got lodged behind my jaw.”