Duterte is the No. 1 drug addict
Inquirer published article exposing dark side of President Duterte. The article is entitled: “Duterte is No. 1 drug addict” published on July 30, 2017 covers Joma Sison’s statement regarding the president. Joma Sison is the founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army (CPP-NPA).
President Rodrigo Duterte is the No. 1 drug addict and must be the number one target of the Philippine National Police in the current crackdown on illegal drugs according to Sison.
Sison mocked the president for using Fentanyl, a highly potent opioid to ease Duterte’s spinal injuries after a motorcycle accident not long ago.
“As an addict user of the opioid Fentanyl, Duterte is the No. 1 drug addict in the Philippines and is the most fitting target of the police units that he has turned into death squads and corrupted with money and promotions,”—Joma Sison
“But many people, including his so-called diehard supporters, are waking up to the act that the illegal drug trade continues to thrive even in Bilibid and that Duterte has been favoring certain drug lords by delivering the street market to them where the low-evel pushers of other drug syndicates have been slaughtered.”
Duterte is coward-Out of mind
Sison also called the president “coward” for executing the poor drug users and pushers in the urban areas. Joma continued and said, “Duterte is overconfident that the poor victims, their families and even institutions cannot stand and fight against his presidential power.”
About the latest statement of the president to wipe out the NPA, Sison said that Duterte is out of his mind.
The New People’s Army (NPA) has been waging war in the provinces for almost five decades and Duterte cannot finish off this movement in five years, Sison said.
“He cannot finish off in five years an armed revolutionary movement deeply rooted among the toiling masses of workers and peasants who are fighting for national and social liberation against the big compradors and landlords represented now by him.”
On the government side, presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella called Sison, on Saturday, “out of touch” while his people on the ground become “plain criminals and extortionsts.”
Duterte once challenged Sison to return to the Philippines to fight what he advocates but the communist leader upheld that he would return home as time permits.