Palace blasts US docufilm on Duterte as ‘derogatory, biased’

MANILA, Philippines — Malacañang slammed Tuesday as “derogatory and biased” the US documentary film “On The President's Orders,” which looked into the bloody war on drugs of

17.9.2019

ICYMI: Malacañang slammed as “derogatory and biased” the US documentary film “On The President’s Orders,” which looked into the bloody war on drugs of President Rodrigo Duterte. | NCorralesINQ

MANILA, Philippines — Malacañang slammed Tuesday as “derogatory and biased” the US documentary film “On The President's Orders,” which looked into the bloody war on drugs of

“The Palace is vexed by the continuous spread of disinformation against our country’s campaign against illegal drugs and criminality,” presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said in a statement.

The Palace official said the US docufilm appeared to be the latest addition to the “unmitigated vilifications” against Duterte.

“We find this derogatory and biased, if not outright fiction. It is obvious that the film medium is riding on the coattails of the President’s international popularity and success, and is being used as a medium to espouse one-sided information bordering to black propaganda aimed at gullible foreign audiences who know little or zero-knowledge about the Philippines and its government,” he said.

“Those who will watch the movie is advised and informed that the Philippines is an archipelago where the illegal drug trade is a billion-peso industry, in that 97% of small villages which we call barangays, have or had already been infiltrated,” he added.

He also reiterated that “drug-related killings are absolutely not state-initiated nor state-sponsored.”

He then echoed Duterte’s line in his State of the Nation Address that “those who abuse their authority will have hell to pay.”

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NCorralesINQ E kaka amin lang ni dutertae ng pag ambush kay loot. Wag pikon. Sa inyo rin galing ang perception. Or actually a reality. NCorralesINQ Butthurt ang pistiii! 😂 NCorralesINQ Makakatulong ang film na yan sa icc! NCorralesINQ Ok no prob. Thats their story. I think it has a good sign for world of a drugs not to tolerate the ph. For their illegal bussines. Or etheir STOP it.

NCorralesINQ Duterte says he ordered ambush of ex-mayor Loot Read more: NCorralesINQ The president just confessed to ordering the murder/hit on a mayor over national television. The mayor survived. ImpeachDuterte NCorralesINQ Umaalingasaw na ang baho nyo sa buong mundo. NCorralesINQ Speaking of orders, pinag-utos daw ng boss mo na patayin si ex-Mayor Loot. Sige let’s hear ur spin on that 1. Joke ba ulit?

NCorralesINQ Biased ka dyan. 🤨 NCorralesINQ NCorralesINQ Truth is such excruciating pain

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NCorralesINQ Dahil dyan kakalas na ang Pilipinas sa America at tuluyan ng kakampi sa China. Hmmm...

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