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Philippine President Weathers Drug War, Nuclear War, and Political War via Martial Law

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Elena Grace Flores

Philippine President Du30 as he is popularly called joins the U.N. to condemn Kim Jung-Un’s world war triggers. Du30 opposes North Korea’s nuclear war threat with Japan. Despite his political war against the Liberal Party supporters who are against his drug war. As the yellow faction plans to gather on September 21, 2017, at the Luneta grand stand to oust him, he retaliates to finally install Martial Law if it turns out to be violent just like Plaza Miranda during the Marcos regime.

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[VIDEO]: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he’ll consider the martial law in other parts of the Philippines “in order to protect the people.”

Nationwide Martial Law

The President may declare nationwide martial law next week said Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana. This is if threatened massive protests by communists and other leftists against his rule turn violent or disrupt the country. “He said, if the left will try to have a massive protest, start fires on the streets, they will disrupt the country, then I might declare martial law,” Lorenzana warned. A bloody gathering can be expected based on the rebellious nature of the Aquino inspired group. They can blame the outcome to the current administration to discredit the President just like what happened to the late President Ferdinand Marcos.

Rally can Get Out of Hand

Lorenzana, however, thinks that there’s a slim chance of martial law nationwide declaration because the scheduled protests might not be as big as the organizers wish. “But the president is indeed very concerned because it might get out of hand. So he said he might declare martial law.” “Movement Against Tyranny” announces that it plans to stage its protests on September 21. This is in connection with the 45-year anniversary of the late Marcos’ military rule. The protests would voice opposition against Du30’s drug war.

Nuclear War Threat

Meanwhile, Japan’s public broadcaster issues a government warning that “a missile” has passed over Hokkaido. It landed in the Pacific Ocean. NHK also stated: “The government is advising people to stay away from anything that could be missile debris.” It added that the missile landed “2,000 kilometers (about 1,240 miles) off the cape of Erimo in Hokkaido at around 7:16 AM local time.” The launch comes just hours after the Philippines responded to the United Nations Security Council’s unanimous approval of additional sanctions after North Korea threats to “sink” Japan and reduce the U.S. mainland into “ashes.

Strong Bongbong Marcos Support

The coalition also voices its outrage at Du30s public support for Bongbong Marcos’ electoral protest against V.P. Leni Robredo who is from the Liberal Party. The recount is expected to be complete end of this year. If Marcos’ allegations are true, the president is indeed right that the country may have a new VP in 2018. This serves as a grieve warning to the LP that the son of the late President whom they ousted can come back to haunt them. Not just as VP but as Du30’s successor as he vows to resign when that happens.

Duterte may declare martial law next week—Lorenzana

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