Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Astig! China defending Duterte from psychiatric evaluation remark is a big deal, expert says


Just recently, the High Commissioner for Human Rights of the United Nations (UN) made a controversial remark referring to Pres. Duterte.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and China's President Xi Jinping | Photo CTTO

Speaking before the press, High Commissioner for Human Rights of the United Nations Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said that the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte needs "psychiatric evaluation" last Friday, 16th of February.

With the premise of some of the said-to-be Manila's actions against U.N. envoys, the Human Rights commissioner was quoted saying "it makes one believe that the president of the Philippines needs to submit himself to some sort of psychiatric evaluation".

Reportedly, one of Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein's basis was the reports from media that dates back to November where the President allegedly threatened to slap Callamard while using profanity.

"This is absolutely disgraceful that the president of a country could speak in this way, using the foulest of language against a rapporteur that is highly respected" Zeid told reporters.
High Commissioner for Human Rights of the United Nations Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein

The remark was immediately followed by another, coming from Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang.

In a regular press conference, Kang said that among Filipinos, Duterte’s achievements have “won great approval and extensive support”.

In a briefing in Beijing, the Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson added that “anyone without bias can see that President Duterte has made positive efforts since assuming office to combat drug-related crimes as well as terrorism, develop the national economy, and improve people's livelihood, which have effectively protected and promoted the Philippine people's fundamental rights to security and development”.

Meanwhile, in a Facebook post, a political commentator/expert Krizette Laureta Chu shared her thoughts about such after the spokesperson from the Chinese Foreign Ministry commented on the said issue.

According to Chu, knowing that one of the most powerful countries like China defended Duterte from the UN chief's remark is 'something that should make the UN chief take a pause'.
UN's Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard

'The defense is even more weighty because China almost never makes pakialam. It's a very Chinese ugali. See: Kashmir and Myanmar', The political commentator added.

In addition, Chu pointed out how powerful of a country China is for being one of the only five countries in the United Nations who has a power to veto.

'China is only one of five countries (ang iba ay US, France, Russia, United Kingdom) that are PERMANENT MEMBERS of the UN and only one of five that has veto power.'

Check out her full post below:

China has never defended another country before, according to my doctorate studies in INTERNATIONAL CHISMISAN 101. Cheret.

The fact that China strongly defended Duterte from that careless, bumbling UN chief who says our President needs to take a psychiatric evaluation is something that should make the chararat UN chief take a pause. (KING INA NYA ANO. Sovereign country tayo ganyan nya tayo pag salitaan. Bruno, ang latigo!)
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and China's President Xi Jinping | Photo CTTO

The defense is even more weighty because China almost never makes pakialam. It's a very Chinese ugali. See: Kashmir and Myanmar.

China is only one of five countries (ang iba ay US, France, Russia, United Kingdom) that are PERMANENT MEMBERS of the UN and only one of five that has veto power.

What is VETO power? Mag research na lang kayo at baka ma threaten si Sass Sasot sa akin pero one of the more important powers is that any of the five countries can BLOCK the selection of a secretary general. O, di ba. Pag ayaw ni China ang selection, wala. (OO, wala tayong veto power. Akala nyo lang meron, pero wala wala wala.)

Also, nung 1971, sabi ni China kay Taiwan, you can't sit with us, so the UN had no choice but to expel Taiwan. POWER.

China, US (under Trump), and Russia are now Philippines' beshies, thanks to Papi Duts. So far, the UK and France have not been aggressively active in calling out Papi Duts and his war against drugs.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and China's President Xi Jinping | Photo CTTO

OF ALL the 5 countries, China has used its veto power least. Chill chill lang si Ahia, kaya pag nag salita sya, mas may audience impact. Mas nakakakaba. Mas motoroy.

Naiintindihan ba nila ang audience impact 80 percent ng words na, "Duterte is chenes doing his best in his country's war against drugs" said by the country na pinagka uutangan nating lahat? The country that is now considered the second (if not the top) economy?

Si China yung Tita mong pag nakialam sa buhay mo, shut up ka na lang kasi may utang yung Tatay mo sa kanya ng pampa aral sa yo? GANON. Utang ng US sa China 1.35 trillion dollars (latest list sa tindahan.)

KAYA WAG NYO KAMING KAYA-KAYANIN.

MARUNONG KAMI BUMARKADA NG POWERFUL.

Yan ang tinatawag sa probinsya na kanto boy politics. Pag maliit ka, barkadahin mo at utu-utuhin yung malalaking mga tambay para hindi ka gulpihin ng ibang malalaki. Pag maliit ka, you need your wits, because you don't have anything else. Thank God for Promdi Kanto Boy Duterte (na binarkada yung mga siga.)
Krizette Laureta Chu | Photo from Facebook

Sources: Krizette Laureta Chu ABS-CBN ABS-CBN

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