The Philippines has Fallen. The controversial Duterte videos.

Here is the video they are talking about. It is forbidden to persons younger than 18 years of age. Some scenes may not be suitable for persons sensitive to extreme violence.

Singing for Duterte. A requiem for precious souls lost to Duterte-style murders.

“Horrible leadership mining the wealth of a nation for their own pockets, the government of Rodrigo Duterte is corrupt and murderous,” is what the United Nations representatives are unofficially saying, and worse when asked what they will do about the Philippines, which has apparently fallen. But they do nothing.

by Katie Alsop in Toronto

The Duterte Murders continue. And the murders continue. 17 August 2020, Zara Alvarez, a Negros Island-based Filipino human rights advocate, educator, paralegal and prominent social activist who predominantly campaigned against human rights violations which were witnessed during the administration of Rodrigo Duterte. She was truly much beloved human rights advocate who was gunned down as were others that week. Previous attempts on her life had failed. Roughly one dozen of her Negros Island group have been murdered.  Photo: Twitter.  Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine

Subject to numerous investigations by every human rights advocate on Earth, the Philippines has now succumbed to its poverty, diseases, and the mining of its 105 million population for the benefit of a few Manila dynasties and their friends in Manila.

“Malnourishment and hunger are pervasive across the nation’s rural provinces and the slums of Manila are worse than ever. Most rural Filipinos suffer through the longest SARS-CoV-2 military-style lock-down in the world,” says a doctor in Lagawe.

Doctors in the remote regions tell that “unemployment, business failures, poor food and poor water distribution, a lack of infrastructure, and starvation as well as diseases like COVID-19, pneumonia of unspecified etiology, acute arterial thrombosis, dengue fever, HBV, HIV, measles, H7N7, and more have overwhelmed many families.”

“You don’t hear about this because all the local news stations have been shut down since April, by Duterte,” said one doctor in Ifugao province who fears being identified for the probability of reprisals.

“Meanwhile, as little girls were forced to stay at home away from school, locked in with sex offenders, they suffer rape and incest that has lead to the worst tween and teen pregnancy epidemic in the history of the country. In the months to come, the  HIV, HBV outbreaks will become more apparent,” the source adds.

Other medical sources also confirm this allegation.

Watch, short version: The Philippines is in a shameful state.

Philippines Main Local News Service Shut Down by Duterte Government. Now there is only the Duterte state media.

“Rodrigo Duterte vowed he would kill ABS-CBN which neutrally reported news that Duterte wanted kept secret,” says Philippines nurse Karinna Angeles, speaking to on Zoom.

“The network was forced off-air back in May after the Duterte-controlled Congress refused to renew its license. On 28 August the remainder of its broadcasts online and on cable ceased as the organization failed without a license,” nurse Angeles added.

“Rodrigo Duterte and his government are accused of muzzling independent media such as ABS-CBN and Rappler that have reported honestly but critically on issues such as Duterte’s anti-drug extrajudicial killings that left thousands of mostly poor Filipinos dead, including hundreds of children,” says the nurse who is forced to remain in the Philippines even though she has a job in Canada.

The sad sad story of Global Shero Senator Leila De Lima

“Sen. Leila de Lima celebrated her 61st birthday two days ago, [in prison] with a night of songs and encomiums from stars of the political (those who dared) and entertainment worlds, as well as people from all walks of life. In “LeiLaya,” they were one in saluting her for her integrity, her principles, and her fight to speak truth to power. I, too, salute you, Senator Leila.

“Pity, she was not there to enjoy the evening with her friends and admirers. She is not allowed any kind of computer, cell phone, iPad, anything which can connect her to the internet, even though she is “merely” under detention. This is her fourth birthday in detention—treated like a criminal rather than a senator who dared to cross the President of the Philippines when he was mayor of Davao,” writes :  in the Philippines Inquirer (Proof of deterioration of our justice system), last night.

Vice President *Leni Robredo, Senators Francis Pangilinan, and Risa Hontiveros, artists Angel Aquino and Ebe Dancel, Archbishop Soc Villegas, Bishop Ambo David, lawyers Chel Diokno, Erin Tañada, and Neri Colmenares, joined in an online birthday celebration wishing Senator De Lima good health as she remains in detention as a political prisoner of the Duterte government.

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has responded to media reports related to Philippines Vice President Leni Robredo’s most recent challenges to the extra judicial killings (EJK) admittedly done by the Duterte administration. A taxi driver told FPMag on Monday that people … Continue reading 

Another sad story in the Philippines is that of an American former soldier whose children in America were notified on Facebook that “Your father is dead”.

Since then they have spent thousands of dollars and several US Senators’ lobby efforts to get some action. Watch:

The RINJ Foundation and several of its Civil Society partners are seeking action from the Human Rights council which will convene its 45th session on 14 September 2020,” says humanitarian.

“Studies and investigations are becoming boring and inconsequential attempts to indicate that human rights authorities are ‘doing something’ like the so-called International Criminal Court preliminary examination which has been running for years and producing nothing,” says Sonya Yoshiki who is a security specialist overseeing the protection of countless hidden women’s shelters.

Action is needed, not studies. Hundreds of kids and thousands of parents are murdered. The murders continue daily.

According to Katie Alsop, a director of The RINJ Foundation, the global women’s group has completed its ‘studies’ and “asserts that there are no human rights in the Philippines which has a population that is so badly infected with the Stockholm Syndrome, the populations is unable to help itself.”

Here are the awful numbers on Extra Judicial Killings in the Philippines, published by the civil society women’s group, RINJ. Read if you wish.

Watch the full version of the video: The Philippines has Fallen…


Suggested background reading from The RINJ Foundation

Philippines: Rodrigo Duterte’s dictatorship sinks to new depths with closure of main broadcaster

Published on 05/08/2020 by RINJ Staff Writers

Tom Smith, University of Portsmouth The newsroom. Seconds after ABS-CBN went off air. Can’t imagine being anywhere else but with family. — Jeff Canoy (@jeffcanoy) May 5, 2020 After just four years in power, Rodrigo Duterte, the president of … Continue reading ?

 Philippines: Rodrigo Duterte’s dictatorship sinks to new depths with closure of main broadcaster

Antonio Sanchez Case: Rapist Murderers find support in the Duterte Government

Published on 09/03/2019 by RINJ Staff Writers

John Wayne Gacy liked to strangle his victims. Philippines Politician Antonio Sanchez shoots their face or has his police shoot girls or boys in their face while they are tied up, after they rape them. So says a Philippines Court, … Continue reading ?

 Antonio Sanchez Case: Rapist Murderers find support in the Duterte Government

Failed EJK of Brandon Lee in Philippines Leaves Duterte in Awkward Predicament

Published on 08/08/2019 by RINJ Staff Writers

After shooters failed to kill Brandon Lee this week, on August 7, 2019, 5:56 pm the government of the Philippines issued a statement to say that Mr. Lee was not shot because of being a journalist. Thirty-seven-year old Mr. Lee  … Continue reading ?

 Failed EJK of Brandon Lee in Philippines Leaves Duterte in Awkward Predicament

Philippines President Duterte To Rescue Abused Women

Published on 04/29/2018 by RINJ Staff Writers

by Sharon Santiago, staff writer, 29 April 2018, Manila: Heroes in the real world come in all shapes and sizes. They don’t all wear colourful suits and capes. Sometimes they surprise you. In this case a rape joker has … Continue reading ?

 Philippines President Duterte To Rescue Abused Women

Duterte Pulls Philippines from ICC. UN Next.

Published on 03/16/2018 by RINJ Staff Writers

The Duterte takeover of the Philippines has been both brutal and swift at the will of the people. “Fake News” outlets and “Yellowtards” are decimated. (Yellowtards are liberals. Liberals are the Opposition Party. They are as effective as a soaking wet … Continue reading ?

 Duterte Pulls Philippines from ICC. UN Next.

UN Human Rights Commission Slams Philippines’ Duterte

Published on 11/23/2017 by RINJ Staff Writers

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the Philippines was adopted at the 36th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in September. Some 257 recommendations of the UNHRC were aimed at improving the Philippines human rights situation. Of … Continue reading ?

 UN Human Rights Commission Slams Philippines’ Duterte

Duterte’s Murder-Impunity Guarantee Kills Girls Who say “No”

Published on 11/19/2017 by RINJ Staff Writers

When the State Endorses Murder Case: Jericho P. Camitan & witness Erica Angel Navales Fernandez shot dead by alleged Duterte Death Squad (DDS) Vigilantes. We Promised she’d never be forgotten – One Year later the investigation continues. Charges must be … Continue reading ?

 Duterte’s Murder-Impunity Guarantee Kills Girls Who say “No”

Explaining To Canadians the Duterte snit at Trudeau

Published on 11/17/2017 by RINJ Staff Writers

Two famous men. One renowned for good looks and selfies, the other a self-confessed murderer. All smiles but Duterte later howls about Trudeau mentioning EJKs, Duterte’s dirty secret: Duterte ordered the deaths of thousands of Filipinos. (See him do that … Continue reading ?

 Explaining To Canadians the Duterte snit at Trudeau

What’s behind the comparison of Trump/Duterte?

Published on 06/04/2017 by RINJ Staff Writers

Comment: Updated June 4, 2017 Oozing classiness, decorum and wisdom, President Barrack Obama would deliver a speech on humanitarianism calmly enough to still a tempest. No matter how many cups of caffeine-laced coffee and inspirational speeches of an extreme cleric … Continue reading ?

 What’s behind the comparison of Trump/Duterte?

Duterte’s Martial Law Attack on Mindanao may Backfire

Published on 05/27/2017 by RINJ Staff Writers

Mindanao, Philippines- The Skirmish could become Civil War if Duterte’s Martial Law runs a year as he threatens. Women and children in Mindanao are in extreme danger in this country and will need international assistance if not intervention. MILF, Maute, … Continue reading ?