…by Jonas E. Alexis
In case you missed it, Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte has officially announced his “separation” from the Zionist States of America. And he doesn’t mince words:
“I announce my separation from the United States. America does not control our lives. Enough bullshit.”
Duterte did not hesitate to say that America, which is part of the New World Order, “has lost now. I’ve realigned myself in your ideological flow [China], and maybe I will also go to Russia to talk to Putin and tell him that there are three of us against the world—China, the Philippines, and Russia. It’s the only way.”
Keep in mind that Duterte is not against the West’s achievement in science, medicine, and even in language. Duterte admitted to a reporter that “I am more articulate in English than in my own dialect.”
But Duterte seems to have had enough lies and fabrications being forced down his throat. He has realized that the New World Order has produced a batch of propaganda against countries like China and Russia. Duterte:
“Now that I am president, and by the grace of God I read a lot. I’m a lawyer, and I study geopolitics and now I get to know how to balance these contending [ideologies]. At this age I now have the proper perspective to judge whether the foreign policy is good for us or not.”
Shazam! Duterte nailed the New World Order right here. Duterte moves on to say that one of his motivations was to wage a frontal war against drug traffickers and gangsters and thugs who wanted to destroy the Philippines. “I will charter a new course,” he adds, “changing direction of the foreign policy and be with friends with everybody.”
Duterte declares that there are about “four million [drug traffickers” in the Philippines. “My country,” he says, “has already been contaminated with” narcotics and other harmful drugs.
Of course, a war on drugs means a war against the United States, which has been involved in the drug and narcotics industry from time immemorial.
As academic and former diplomat Peter Dale Scott of the University of California points out in many of his scholarly studies, the CIA and the Mafia have been spreading political terrorism through drugs in nearly all the five continents on the planet. Scott writes:
“In country after country, from Mexico and Honduras to Panama and Peru, the CIA helped set up or consolidate intelligence agencies that became forces of repression, and whose intelligence connections to other countries greased the way for illicit drug shipments.”
It is inevitable, then, that Duterte would find himself squaring off with the New World Order and its agents. He argues right after was elected that that he has observed how elected officials used government funds to destroy lives through illegal drugs.
If the drug business continues in the Philippines, says Duterte, then the country “will be a failed state, just like Latin America and Mexico, which have already produced sixty thousand deaths [through the drug business].” Duterte has a case here: “I’ve never heard of Obama and the EU complain about it. They were focusing on me.”
Duterte has also declared that the oligarchs were more interested in spreading illegal drugs across the country than protecting the helpless, the poor, and the defenseless. In fact, the oligarchs, as one writer has shown, were “helped by communists” since the 1980s in the Philippines, and it “explains much of our quagmire to this very day.”
The Philippines, like the United States, has been ruled by “A greedy oligarchy unconcerned over, even blocking, the redistribution of assets and radical basic reforms that could improve the lives of majority of Filipinos.”
“I have seen how illegal drugs ruined family and destroyed relationships,” he said. His job, he said, is to counterattack and destroy the world that the oligarchs have created through drugs. He declared,
“Love of country, subordination of personal interest to the common good, concern and care for the helpless and the impoverished—these are the lost values that we seek to recover.”
If that is the case, then New World Order agents have every reason to fear Duterte. This is why Zionist organs such as the Washington Post can preface their remarks by using words such as Duterte’s “self-proclaimed ‘drug war’…has claimed thousands of lives.” The Post nevertheless admitted: “Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte poses a major and unpredictable challenge to the U.S.”
As we have already seen, Duterte is in talk with Russia and China, which means that NWO agents will almost certainly have more serious challenges in 2017. It is no reason that New World Order organs like the New Yorker would misquote and then twisted Duderte’s words.
In any event, it seems that Hegel’s “cunning of reason” is back on the political table again. Duterte also shows that one country (in this case Russia) can make a difference after all. Vladimir Putin has been holding the fort against the New World Order for quite a while, and perhaps now he is seeing some fruit with Duterte’s rise against the establishment.
 See Peter Dale Scott, American War Machine: Deep Politics, the CIA Global Drug Connection, and the Road to Afghanistan (New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2010 and 2014); Peter Dale Scott, Drugs, Oil, and War: The United States in Afghanistan, Colombia, and Indochina (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2003).
 Peter Dale Scott and Jonathan Marshall, Cocaine Politics: Drugs, Armies, and the CIA in Central America (Berkeley: The University of California Press, 1998), vii-viii.
 Rigoberto D. Tiglao, “Helped by communists, oligarchs demonized Marcos to conceal their rule,” Manila Times, September 28, 2016.
 Emily Rauhala, “Duterte renounces U.S., declares Philippines will embrace China,” Washington Post, October 20, 2016.
 Emily Rauhala, “Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte poses a major and unpredictable challenge to the U.S.,” Washington Post, September 30, 2016.
 Barbara Demick, “Rodrigo Duterte’s Campaign of Terror in the Philippines,” New Yorker, August 26, 2016.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.