Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday (08/21/2016), threatened to pull out of the United Nations following the organization's criticism of the war on drugs is precipitated. Since coming to power last June 30, already 1,500 suspected drug dealers in the Philippines killed.
This has sparked criticism from the United Nations and various human rights organizations. Duterte, a former lawyer known outspoken, repeatedly stressed that the United Nations did not intervene in the internal affairs of the Philippines. "Maybe we will decide to part ways with the United Nations. If the UN does not have any respect, then we will leave the UN," Duterte said in a press conference in his hometown, Davao. Not only threatened to pull out of the UN, Duterte also call if necessary he would form a rival organization. "I will invite all the countries.
I will probably invite China and African countries," he added. The UN Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard said last week, promising Duterte step impunity and prizes for members of the police who could kill suspected drug dealers in violation of international law. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon also once made the criticism when the campaign period Duterte vowed to kill 100,000 criminals and dumping their bodies into Manila Bay for fish food.
"I condemn such steps to encourage extrajudicial killings, which is an illegal move and violates the basic principle of human rights and freedoms," Ban said at the time. Direct criticism of the United Nations did not make Duterte waver, instead he hit back at the world organization. "I do not care about the UN, you can not even resolve the Middle East conflict, you can not even solve the problem of Africa," Duterte said. Duterte then refers to the small child's photo Syrian origin who sat in the ambulance with the whole body filled with dust and blood on his face.
Duterte calls, photo Syrian boy it is a form of the ineffectiveness of the United Nations as an international body. "See photos of children who are removed from the rubble of the building. When he was seated in the ambulance and we all saw it. What's the difference?" Duterte said. Furthermore Duterte compares with a series of police shootings US no criticism whatsoever of the United Nations.
"What do you think (the police) did America against black people? And what the critics say?" Duterte added. Duterte also mention that at the time of the Philippines hit by natural disasters such as hurricanes, the UN did not do anything for the country, including efforts to eradicate poverty. According to police records the Philippines, since Duterte power, as many as 665 suspected drug traffickers shot dead by police and 900 other people were killed strangers...>>..Read More Article..>>..