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Trump's favorite dictator Rodrigo Duterte orders his soldiers to shoot women in the vagina

Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by orangeblue_coop, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. orangeblue_coop

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    Rodrigo Duterte last week directed his soldiers to specifically target women rebel fighters by shooting them in the vagina, according to local reports.

    Addressing a group of former communist rebels, the Philippines president said his armed forces should not kill female rebels but shoot them in their genitals because without them they are useless.

    “Tell the soldiers. There’s a new order coming from the mayor. We won’t kill you. We will just shoot your vagina,” Duterte reportedly said. “If there is no vagina, it would be useless."

    An official government translation of the speech, given on Feb. 7, replaced the word vagina with a dash. The transcript says the audience laughed in response.

    https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/8xdqex/duterte-orders-soldiers-to-shoot-women-in-the-vagina


    This is the same swell guy who Trump has bragged about having a "great relationship" with.
     
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  2. Gatorrick22

    Gatorrick22 VIP Member

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    Lol... Trump's fault? Unfreaking real, man.

    You know, the voters know what BS is...
     
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  3. GatorFanCF

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    Ah, another thread about something Trump tweeted, said, thought about, almost did, etc. If he really was so horrible the Left would not have to reach so far, so often. Keep it up.
     
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  4. GatorRade

    GatorRade Rad Scientist Premium Member

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    Agree that this doesn’t really involve Trump. (Though he probably shouldn’t have made positive comments on him)

    However, it does give you an idea about what it was like coming to these boards to continually see threads about Saul Alinsky, Obama’s half brother, or some pastor that Obama once asked for directions.
     
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  5. PITBOSS

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    Yes trump does publicly support despots. Which only helps them.

    GOod post, the potus should receive feedback on who they support.
     
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  6. gatornana

    gatornana Administrator Moderator VIP Member

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    Since the US is considered a world leader, Trump's condoning Duterte's policies does erode human rights in countries run by dictators and despots.
     
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  7. fastsix

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    If you shot someone in the lower abdomen (which is about as close you're realistically going to get to being able to shoot a woman in the vagina) with a battle rifle, I'm pretty sure losing the ability to have sex is going to be pretty far down the list of her immediate concerns. He's essentially making jokes about killing women. This guy is a scumbag.
     
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  8. gator7_5

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    People who post stuff like this should think back and remember how lame they thought the posters were who posted the same stuff about Obama and the Muslim brotherhood and Farrakhan.
     
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  9. madgator

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    Was it Obama that normalized relations with Cuba? And correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Cuba #1 on the UN's human rights violation list?

    How exactly does that factor into your point?
     
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  10. Gatorrick22

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    And what do you think about Cuba and Venezuela... does 'time' heal all those murders and atrocities for you?
     
  11. gatornana

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    It's a trend in Trump's and Tillerson's foreign policy......they both stated early on human rights would not be a part of their conversation with world leaders. As a world leader, the US is essentially giving a pass to dictators in countries that kill their own people and dismantle their democracies.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ghts-around-the-world/?utm_term=.6d0b8330c9ea
     
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  12. dynogator

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    Grab them by the p sounds positively benign compared with Trump's good friend's suggestion.
     
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  13. DaveFla

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    So, now he’s one of Trump’s “good friends”?

    Wow... just wow...
     
  14. orangeblue_coop

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    Well this sick, demented dictator did sing Trump a love song during dinner. So they might be more than just "good friends."
     
  15. dynogator

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    Trump said they had "a great relationship," and invited him to visit the White House. I mean, Trump doesn't really seem to "do," friendship, but he sure seemed impressed by the horrible Filipino dictator, heaping him with praise and approval. Almost like Trump was looking in a mirror.
     
  16. dangolegators

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    Looked but I couldn't find a UN human rights violation list. Could you link it, please.
     
  17. madgator

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    That's an interesting answer that had nothing to do with the question. But I'll interpret.

    So you're saying that it's an extension of Obama's foreign policy considering their normalization of Cuba and recognition of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.....which of course helped fund ISIS

    Meaning that the Obama administration didn't factor human rights in their policy decision making and gave a pass to dictators and terrorist organizations that kill not only their people but every one else and have zero interest in any form of democracy

    and yet, you expressed zero outrage or even slight criticism about anything Obama did
     
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  18. lacuna

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    Posts 17 and 18 - Double penetration to assure your point was made? :rolleyes:
     
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  19. gatornana

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    I don't recall Obama dropping human rights as a part of our foreign policy. The article I posted earlier did note that presidents do contradict themselves in foreign affairs which is what you're referring to here. There's a significant shift here with Trump and Tillerson dropping human rights from foreign policy.....it'll have far reaching consequences.
     
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  20. steveGator52

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    What part of the phrase “women rebel fighters” don’t you understand? It’s not like he is advocating his troops run around shooting women in the genitals for the heck of it. The term “fighter” means an enemy combatant. A woman can kill you just as easily as a man can.

    The above aside, Duterte is obviously a male chauvinist. His view of women is that they are good for procreation and if they can’t procreate, then they are useless. Anyway, I thought you were for equal treatment for women in wartime conditions. When a woman starts attacking/shooting soldiers, why should she be treated any different than a man? Of course this would more likely than not violate the Geneva Convention, but I am not sure non-uniformed combatants would have the same protection unless they are taken prisoner.