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Philippines’ Duterte Swiftly Condemned for Misogynist Order to Shoot Women ‘in the Vagina’


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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte released a infamous sequence to his soldiers, revelation them not to kill womanlike insurgent fighters but instead to fire them in the vagina.

“There’s a new sequence coming from the mayor, ‘We will not kill you. We will just fire you in the vagina,’” he pronounced in a debate to about 200 of his soldiers, according to the Guardian. He pronounced women would be “useless” but vaginas. 

The boss reportedly pronounced the word “vagina” regularly via the speech, eliciting delight from the crowd. But his bureau after redacted the word from its transcripts of the event.

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“Duterte['s] latest nasty acknowledgement plainly encourages assault against women, contributes to the parole on such, and serve confirms himself as the many dangerous macho-fascist in the supervision right now,” pronounced Rep. Emmi de Jesus, a representative with the women’s organisation Gabriela. “He has serve presented himself as the summary of misogyny and fascism terribly rolled in one.”

Duterte has formerly done derogative and aroused comments about women, including ostensible to sanction rape. Some of his defenders have pronounced he’s just being “funny.”

Under his leadership, the Philippines has seen a brutal fight on drugs characterized by widespread assault and human rights violations, according to Human Rights Watch, which estimates that some-more than 12,000 people have been killed under the policy so far.

Carlos Conde, a Philippines researcher for Human Rights Watch, pronounced Duterte’s matter “encourages state forces to dedicate passionate assault during armed conflict, which is a defilement of general charitable law.”

Cody Fenwick is a contributor and editor. Follow him on Twitter @codytfenwick.



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