Oops, another social trap!
Winning the public Trust is the trap.
Beware of co-opting, deception, coercion, and hit-lists within the public trust, it is a deadly game.
The rise of charismatic leaders or popular politicians is to be expected in a recycling of the same fraudulent system of governance and meme.
The most difficult concept to embrace is destruction, as in the termite infested old house is structurally unsound and needs to be destroyed, completely demolished to make way for a better structure, a better house…
– The script was written for the entire world –
Research suggests the number of sovereign nations are between 195 – 206.
For leeway of dynamic political changes imagine that 210 nations exist on earth.
210 members is not an overwhelming membership to manage as a organization – a worldwide organization.
You can call that organization different names, such as the UNITED NATIONS, Globalists, Ruling Elite, hegemony, new world order, etc…
Imagine the leadership of that worldwide organization willing to protect the organization, and thus you can imagine the number of members rising and falling along with changing territorial borders.
Furthermore, you can see how the members manage their assets and resources.
Where humans are registered as citizens, classified as resources, experiment specimens, or workers with mandatory taxation.
That is institutional governance (“authority” and “law”) we witness today.
No amount of sugar coating paint will change that.
Institutional governance can be unpopular or popular, and it can follow a set of rules (man-made “Rule of Law”) or it can ignore the rules, or change the rules.
Learn Natural Law and know the difference between Rights & Wrongs.
“Knowledge [of the truth] makes a man unfit to be a slave.” -Frederick Douglass
– Self Govern –
Govern Yourself or the State will.
Your choice is freedom or slavery. ~Ron
President Duterte Says U.S. Special Forces Must Leave Southern Philippines!
[ Rodrigo Roa Duterte, Very Popular politician! ]
Philippines prefers dialog, not confrontation with China in dispute
The media “from all over the world are up in excitement” as they await the gala dinner, which happened days after Duterte slammed the U.S. and the U.N. for supposedly meddling with his anti-drug crackdown.
“I called leaders to support individual and collective efforts to bring security and stability in the South China Sea through a rules-based approach for resolving maritime disputes,” he said.
The president earlier said that he is willing to temporarily set aside the ruling of an arbitral tribunal in settling the sea dispute with China.
It’s talk or fight.
“My message was clear:
the Philippines is open for business. My administration will do its part in providing the environment for businesses to thrive and prosper, including micro, small, and medium enterprises,” Duterte said.
“In our relations with the world, the Philippines will pursue an independent foreign policy. I repeat: the Philippines will pursue an independent foreign policy,” Duterte said in his arrival statement early Saturday.
“China was vigorously asking to begin with the Code of Conduct as well as Singapore, and our president of the Philippines — President Duterte — also expressed his approval of having this framework of Code of Conduct initiated,” Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said in a press briefing.
“The trend to resolve differences will be good, there is now positive direction in our relations, and the (code of) conduct in the South China Sea should happen next year after the framework of the Code of Conduct has been dealt with by the ASEAN region,” he added.
Andanar said Duterte also called on his fellow leaders to “be on the side of peace.”
Duterte lashed out at U.S. during the East Asia Summit over human rights concerns by Obama.
The Philippine president reportedly ‘shocked’ some people in the room by saying, “These are my ancestors being killed, so why are we now talking about human rights? We have to talk (about) the full spectrum of the human rights,” Nikkei wrote.
In 1906, around 600 Muslims were killed in the southern island of Mindanao, as Americans moved to control the Philippine archipelago after Spain ceded its longtime colony to the U.S. in 1898.
The Philippine foreign ministry said in a statement, “In the passionate intervention of President Duterte, he underscored the need to take a long historical view of human rights mindful of the atrocities against the ethnic people of Mindanao.”
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has vowed to lead a “soft” and independent course in dealing with its territorial dispute with China, saying he is “not fan” of the United states and its regional policies.
Duterte’s remarks are momentous.
His remarks also mark a divergence from the more hostile position held by the U.S. Washington policy makers.
On the first day of the summit, the outspoken Duterte had said he was “no American puppet.”
“I am the president of a sovereign country and I am not answerable to anyone except the Filipino people,” he had said.
“Only China has offered to help us,” Duterte said during his brief stay in Jakarta.
For Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay, President Rodrigo Duterte’s diplomatic debut was impressive to other Southeast Asian leaders in Laos.
South East Asia Is Rising!
[Caught in the middle of geopolitical strategic war as leadership shifts from West to East.]
ASEAN Leaders to promote drug-free South East Asia.
The Philippines’ ASEAN chairmanship coincides with the 50th anniversary of the founding of the ten-member regional bloc.
“During the Philippines’ chairmanship, we will highlight ASEAN as a model of regionalism and a global player, with the interest of the people at its core,” Duterte said.
“Towards this end, I invite you to be our dynamic and vibrant partners as we guide ASEAN in 2017.”
VIENTIANE, Laos – The Philippines accepted Thursday the chairmanship of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) as it unveiled the theme for next year that contains an imprint of President Duterte’s campaign. The theme for ASEAN 2017 to be hosted by the Philippines is “Partnering for change, engaging the world,” an obvious reference to Duterte’s campaign slogan “change is coming”. It also contained the phrase “partner for change,” which is being used by Malacañang to refer to the supporters of the president.
[Duterte becomes emotionally animated when human rights and illegal drugs are mentioned.
His passion is a welcomed change. And the irony should not be lost on the U.S. President who promised to bring change and hope as a peace maker who turned out to be another U.S. warmonger.]
Obama earlier canceled a meeting with Mr. Duterte after the Philippine leader called him a “son of a bitch” and warned him not to discuss the deaths of thousands of suspects in the Philippine campaign against illegal drugs.
Speaking to a group of Filipinos at Shangri-La Jakarta hotel during a visit to Indonesia on Friday, Mr. Duterte said UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s raising the human rights issue in passing in a speech at the East Asia Summit made him ditch his prepared speech and make remarks about American human rights violations in Mindanao during colonial times.
I said since human rights was mentioned, I produced a few pages with pictures in the pacification campaign by the Americans at the turn of the century,” he said.
Mr. Duterte said there were about 600,000 Muslims in Mindanao when the Americans occupied the island. He said the colonizers killed 6,000 Muslims.
The OBVIOUS questions are:
Will Mr. Duterte and family be threatened?
Sudden death is a growing trend.
Can a hidden agenda co-opt the Filipino’s public trust?
Can strings be attached?
Illegal drug trade and the war industry are very BIG sectors of the world economy, with the Philippines caught in that web of Asian wealth. ~Ron