Duterte to China: PH won’t withdraw ships from West Philippine Sea

MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte has declared that the Philippines will not withdraw its assets from the disputed parts of the West Philippine Sea

5/14/2021 9:11:00 AM

President Rodrigo Duterte has declared that the Philippines will not withdraw its assets from the disputed parts of the West Philippine Sea while also insisting he does not intend to quarrel with China due to the country’s “debt of gratitude” to them.

MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte has declared that the Philippines will not withdraw its assets from the disputed parts of the West Philippine Sea

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez)Duterte noted this is “what’s supposed to be done by any president of any self-respecting republic.”In the same televised speech, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana told Duterte the country’s assets are deployed at the Kalayaan Island Group.

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“I’d like to put notice on China. May dalawang barko ako dyan…Sabihin ko sa China ngayon, as I said before, I am not ready to withdraw, I don’t want a quarrel, I don’t want trouble, I respect your position and you respect mine,” Duterte said.(I have two ships there. Let me tell China now, as I said before, I am not ready to withdraw, I don’t want a quarrel, I don’t want trouble, I respect your position and you respect mine.)

The President said it is not wrong to admit that the Philippines is “inferior” in terms of “might and power.”“Ngayon, hindi talaga ako aatras. Patayin mo man ako, dito ako. Dito magtapos ang ating pagkakaibigan,” he went on.(Now, I really won’t withdraw. Even if you kill me, I will be here. This is when the friendship ends.) headtopics.com

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Sure na po na? Hindi na po ba ito joke? Parang scripted naman po. We already knew malaki talaga utang na loob mo sa china..you dont need to keep telling about it dude. Joke ba to or not? Pakiverify pls. Thanks attyharryroque That’s the script as of now. Let’s check him again next week at di na naman alam ang mga pinagsasasabi.

Kung may ginagawao ginawaka e di walang magreklamo simple lang digs Nakakapag aerial inspection sa manila pero sa wps hindi. Put on your battle gear attire at mag aerial kau dun ng tuta mo. Para me ma photo op man lang kau. Weh? Naku tay tama yung mga mangingisda sa Pangasinan, nag uulyanin ka na. Tapos mamaya maya JOKE lang sasabihin Ng puta

83 protests vs. China filed by Philippines under Duterte admin, says DFAThe Philippines has filed 83 diplomatic protests against China since President Rodrigo Duterte assumed power in mid-2016, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Thursday. After all the lyingS and jokingS?! May mnniwla pb s gobyernong du30? Mere scraps of papers as per Duterte 🤣🤣🤣🤡🤡🤡💩💩💩 DuterteTutaNgChina

That narrative is so beaten. China stole resources so all these assistance are payback. Kulang pa nga. Gago kaw lang may utang na loob dun.... Utang lang ang binigay mo samin A big JOKE again!😂😂😂 Eto talaga. Wala namang issue sa existing assets. No need to talk about not withdrawing. Ginugulo na naman ang issue para sa kanyang convoluted stance.

Wow ha,pakitang tao nq nama. DuterteTraydor He keeps on insisting this 'debt of gratitude' when it can just be called 'business'. This brings one to ponder and point out the elephant in the room. What debt of gratitude is he truly insisting? His own debt of gratitude? shutangina eto nanaman sa bravado. 2021 na, sino pa maloloko mo?

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This administration is like a bad sitcom that is trying so hard to appear funny Himala bigla tumapang,, next day bigla bawi joke lang yan sisihin pa kayo at naniwala kayo mga DDS 😂 DuterteTraydor Joke joke joke! Ulul! De De Es na lang maloloko mong PUTANGINAMO ka. TAE ka. TAE! sadboi nanaman A Hyperbole and a joke combined.

'Patayan kung patayan, diko kayo aatrasan at dito ako .... ' diko ako sa higaan ko tutulagan ko lng kayo at hahayaan ko lng si Roque hanapan ng butas ang kabobohan ko Di kaya too late na 🙄 So we're supposed to believe him this time? How do we know this is not another joke? another hyperbole? another exercise of bravado? At some future date ito na naman ang sasabihin nya?

Du30 doesn’t listen to reason.

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Joke lang! DuterteDuwag DuterteTraydor

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