Duterte threatens to withdraw Philippines from UN, hits US

August 21, 2016

President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to withdraw Philippines from the United Nations, such a phrase was included in his recent speech. Duterte criticized the UN, called the organization as inutile one, and lashed at U.S. police killings of black men. The tragic anti-drugs campaign left hundreds of suspects dead behind.

President Rodrigo Duterte in his recent statement ridiculed the UN and threatened that Philippines to withdraw this international organization. Such a words of Philippine’s leader hit the US as well. The President Duterte lashed at US police killings of black men.

Duterte, among the others acts of the US, remind of Aleppo and that missile-struck, which cost many lives of civilian. The President explained his harsh position by an inability of both UN and the US to stop this bloody internal armed conflict in Syria.

Mr. Duterte noted that it’s time for China and African nations to form another body instead of giant and over-bureaucratized UN. In its turn, the UN has repeatedly condemned Duterte’s violation of human rights: according to the statistics, about 900 suspected drug traffickers have been killed since President Duterte was elected on 9 May.

Rodrigo Duterte on the Arms Expo
Rodrigo Duterte on the Arms Expo

Mutual accusations between the UN and Duterte is going on, Philippines’ leader accused the UN of failing on terrorism, poverty, hunger and stopping conflicts.