US pull out it's troops for real

Philippines
September 13, 2016 11:00pm CST
Ever since he made a photo presentation to the ASEAN regarding the genocide of US armed forces to the natives and soldiers during the Fil-American War. Hard to believe when some one asking us to move on and allow Ferdinand Marcos to be buried in the Heroes Cemetery who committed EJK, and Human Rights violations. Recently, he made it serious that he wants US forces off the Mindanao because he was worried about them getting kidnap and beheaded. I wonder how we will handle the insurgents on our own. I wonder if the US special forces had been participating against war in the insurgents, I mean isn't against the constitution of the country. Anyways, I guess giving up on China is really obvious.
Pinalalayas na ni Pangulong Duterte ang mga sundalong Amerikano sa Mindanao. Sabi ng pangulo, hindi matatamo ang kapayapaan hangga't nandiyan ang mga Amerika...
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@SIMPLYD (80390)
• Philippines
14 Sep 16
That's a sad news indeed . How can we ever eradicate those Abu Sayaff without those US troops ? I hope he will still change his mind .
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@toniganzon (51576)
• Philippines
14 Sep 16
I think we could make it on our own without the US army there.
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@SIMPLYD (80390)
• Philippines
14 Sep 16
@toniganzon Oh i really hope so , dear Toni .
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• Philippines
14 Sep 16
Hello @SIMPLYD They have indeed help during the time of erap and other years specially at this ocassion that china has invaded our territories. But Duterte is a leftist, he said before himself @toniganzon it was not surprising.
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@Sun7788 (261)
• Changzhou, China
14 Sep 16
Your new president seems want to do things in an unusual way according to his startling remarks. Obviously, politicians of USA are ill-prepared for that. What the surprising plan lies behind the apparent? does he really want to ease relations with China? Perhaps it is a good to attract investment from China and maximum the benifit of Philippines.
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@acelawrites (11803)
• Philippines
14 Sep 16
@Letranknight2015 International news agencies have reporters/stringers in their news bureau offices here, so they get the news firsthand,not hearsay.
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• Philippines
14 Sep 16
@acelawrites well, they seemed to be good at making catchy titles
• Philippines
30 Sep 16
@Sun7788 OF course they won't fight china, they got businesses all over china, they're not stupid.
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@Yar_Joey (3303)
• Philippines
14 Sep 16
Good luck on the Philippines. I hope we can do it all alone. It seem the president is gaining enemies with other nations.
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• Philippines
14 Sep 16
He's more like gaining popularity and alliance towards our leftist allies and swaying away from the west @Yar_Joey Looks like it's another beginning of the end.
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@Yar_Joey (3303)
• Philippines
14 Sep 16
@Letranknight2015 OOOPPSSS! I think I am not supposed to reply back, bro, because you put another tag of a member here, but it is under my comment. I did not vote for him.
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• Philippines
15 Sep 16
@Yar_Joey I guess I forgot to copy paste your name I didn't for duterte either.
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@lealuvy2j (1989)
• Philippines
14 Sep 16
I don't get his anti-american rhetoric when America is our number 1 trade partner and billions of foreign investment comes from this country. It is good to be nationalistic but come on, he should think carefully as all his words affect us.
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• Philippines
14 Sep 16
That's why I voted for Mar because since the beginning I knew him to be a leftist, but people seemed to have forgotten that during the campaign period. @lealuvy2j
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@lealuvy2j (1989)
• Philippines
14 Sep 16
@Letranknight2015 I want to be as positive I can with his presidency and I did like some of the changes he has done but unfortunately, in my opinion he fails in terms of foreign policy and diplomacy. I wish he would do better in this part.
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• Philippines
14 Sep 16
@lealuvy2j Yeah, he really did sucks at it and doesn't care.
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@acelawrites (11803)
• Philippines
14 Sep 16
Filipino soldiers are also experts in jungle warfare specially the Special Forces like the Marine Scout Rangers, etc. they know the local terrain unlike the American soldiers.
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• Philippines
14 Sep 16
Yes, I've seen that in the documentaries so many times @acelawrites but the rebels were as experts in jungle war fare too.
@JudyEv (125428)
• Bunbury, Australia
14 Sep 16
I do hope things settle down in your country. It seems a bit at odds with itself at the moment.
• Philippines
15 Sep 16
Hello @JudyEv well, he thinks it's settled when the US forces are out, my country will no longer prone to terrorism.
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@JudyEv (125428)
• Bunbury, Australia
15 Sep 16
@Letranknight2015 I hope he is right. Is this your opinion too?
• Philippines
15 Sep 16
@JudyEv I don't know...China cannot be trusted because of their greed for resources, they wasted their own and now they're dragging my country for it.
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