Volunteers Make ‘Kill Lists’ In Dystopian Philippines For Murder Hungry Leader

by | Oct 11, 2017 | Conspiracy Fact and Theory, Headline News | 20 comments



Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war has just been given a violent and deadly shove into overdrive. Local volunteers are now going door-to-door and marking homes of suspected drug dealers with red X’s.

The tyrannical leader of the Philippines has already slaughtered 10,000 people in his quest to crack down on drugs. Local administrative districts were given the orders to collect the data this spring and to provide lists of suspected drug offenders to the Philippine National Police. But these records are spreading new fear throughout poor communities already plagued by vigilantes and extrajudicial police killings in President Rodrigo Duterte’s bloody war on drugs.

VICE News followed along as community volunteers in Payatas, on the outskirts of Metro Manila, spent their Sunday morning rounding up neighbors on the watch list to deliver them to local authorities. There’s been no word on whether the lists are accurate or not. Yet fears that this could lead to vengeful people simply adding their neighbors they dislike in an attempt to “get rid of them” have surfaced.

On Wednesday, lawyers in the Philippines filed an injunction with the Supreme Court to try to stop President Rodrigo Duterte’s bloody war on drugs. The injunction called the drug war an illegal campaign that lets police kill indiscriminately and circumvent legal procedures. The government’s directive for the fierce 15-month-old crackdown permits police to “negate” and “neutralize” targets, effectively granting them a license to kill suspected users and dealers, without gathering evidence or building a case, the lawyers said.

A practice of compiling lists of “drug personalities” and encouraging citizens to anonymously provide names was tantamount to drawing up a hit list, the petition said. It called for judicial intervention in thousands of cases where Filipinos were killed by police.

“The present war on drugs being waged by the government is not going to stop illegal drugs, crime and corruption,” Jose Manuel Diokno, chairman of the Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG), told a news conference.

“(It) will only result in the killing of more and more people especially the poor.” -Business Insider

The latest petition seeks to compel the Philippine National Police and the interior ministry to halt the campaign and wants killings to be examined by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), which would take charge of evidence, including guns that police say were used by victims.

It said house-to-house visits by anti-drugs police are often “unverified tip-offs from unknown informants” and were not ever based on any actual evidence. It also argues that police had no intent to persuade suspects to surrender and would kill anyone who refused to cooperate or denied involvement.

“The government’s war on drugs is short-cutting the justice system by dispensing justice from the barrels of guns,” the petition said.

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    1. rellik

      This is a good example of what Democrats will do to America.
      This is where we are going, if we don’t throttle Democrats.

      • Marcus

        “… ‘Up with your hands!’ yelled a savage voice.

        A handsome, tough-looking boy of nine had popped up from behind the table and was menacing him with a toy automatic pistol, while his small sister, about two years younger, made the same gesture with a fragment of wood. Both of them were dressed in the blue shorts, grey shirts, and red neckerchiefs which were the uniform of the Spies. Winston raised his hands above his head, but with an uneasy feeling, so vicious was the boy’s demeanour, that it was not altogether a game.

        ‘You’re a traitor!’ yelled the boy. ‘You’re a thought-criminal! You’re a Eurasian spy! I’ll shoot you, I’ll vaporize you, I’ll send you to the salt mines!’

        Suddenly they were both leaping round him, shouting ‘Traitor!’ and ‘Thought-criminal!’ the little girl imitating her brother in every movement. It was somehow slightly frightening, like the gambolling of tiger cubs which will soon grow up into man-eaters. There was a sort of calculating ferocity in the boy’s eye, a quite evident desire to hit or kick Winston and a consciousness of being very nearly big enough to do so. It was a good job it was not a real pistol he was holding, Winston thought. ..”

    2. aljamo

      Are they after drug dealers or drug users? What kind of drugs all of a sudden became a problem? Well basically the Philippines are US controlled territory and when they get their hooks in it’s forever. Big Pharma spreading their blood sucking poisonous tentacles globally. This is a good example of what the uniparty police state is doing to America.

      • Rsawarhawk

        The drug policy in the Philippines has always been death to drug dealers until about 8 -10 years ago when the previous president stopped enforcing the law and Chinese and other countries poured drugs into the county mainly meth and crack

        • Plan twice, prep once

          This guy is winning his war against drugs, and the liberal Western powers hate this.

          There is a couple of genes already identified that are connected with addictive behavior. This guy is in effect fixing the gene pool. Behavior can be genetically modified.

          That said, I don’t agree with his methods. I imagine in 25 years we’ll be able to just eliminate antisocial genes along with genetic defects and illnesses. It’s going to become a strange world for your grandkids.

    3. Brian

      Give me a bucket of red paint and a paint brush (i’ll buy my own if need be. Tell me to paint an “x” on the door of suspected drug dealers. I’d paint an “x” on the doors of neighbors that I didn’t like! This is the worst kind of witch hunt. What happened to toilet papering their house and trees? What about burning a cross on their front lawns?


      rellik and aljamo

      I wonder if this is going to be posted but…….

      I strongly suggest you go on youtube, and type in


      Now let me go answer the phone now GOOOOOD MORNING FBI.

      • rellik

        I guess I’m non-cooperation.
        I’m not big on public demonstration
        I practice passive aggressive
        with government when ever I can.

        Democrats are already using “Swatting” to get
        even with people they don’t like.
        Fortunately I live in such a rural area and have been
        here long enough my reputation is that I’m
        the old crazy Haole guy. Nobody messes with me.

        My comments on drugs is that the Seattle Heroin
        lifestyle destroyed a cousin I loved dearly.
        I had even taken her into
        my home to help her start over.
        It didn’t work. She is dead from
        to damage she did to her body.
        The drug did not kill her, as much
        as the lifestyle did. The AIDS,
        the assaults, the prostitution
        killed her.
        Most drugs will not kill you, but the lifestyle
        that comes with them certainly will.
        Drugs that do kill you I chalk up the
        the Darwin effect.

        • Son of patriot

          I lived in a large northern city once and all of the bureaucracy was democrats, minority and white women. They all had one thing in common, they hated white men, viewed us as the enemy. There was a lot of ‘swatting’. Liberals never turn their agenda off.

          Put a lesbian in management in a company and she will destroy it from within, especially if she is doing the hiring. She will fill the place with broken weirdos and transgendered resentful rebellious leftists. she would never hire a white male, unless he had green hair or a ten inch Mohawk.

    5. swinging richard

      Great way to get rid of people you do not like.

    6. Sierra Dave

      Drugs ruin people. Sure, they have the right to ruin themselves. But they don’t have the right to become a burden on the state(People). Guess people are fed up taking care of the druggies. And/Or seeing their kids ruined.

      • Marcus

        You missed the point, Dave.
        While going door to door marking suspected criminals for murder, who’s to stop someone from marking a neighbor they have a dispute with, a disliked family member, or coworker?
        There’s a reason for the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th amendments to the constitution. particularly the 5th (due process).

        “justice” is never handed out by government approved bands of citizen-thugs

        • The Deplorable Braveheart

          SD, you make some valid points but Marcus has an even more valid point that the way this is being done in the Phillipines is not legitimate, not the way to do it. We already have this happening to some degree here in the US for decades. Anyone who forces their way into my home will die. It doesn’t matter who they are, what they’re wearing, what they believe, etc. The ‘war on drugs’ here is nothing more than a war against the people.

          • The Deplorable Braveheart

            The only way to end the drug problem here is shut down the CIA. They are the world’s largest drug cartel bar none. It would be interesting to see what happens afterward.

            • Lookingdown

              You are 100% correct and the introduction and funding of ISIS is the other gift that the murder/regime change lunatics in Israel, US, and UK have gifted the Phillipines. No one talks about the cause just the cures. Very much like the Medical mafia and their drugs for illnesses but always hiding the cause and cures of disease.

              • Sierra Dave

                There is no perfect solution. Police or the citizenry can both be bad and commit crimes. Whether the ratio is equal or not, I have no idea.

    7. Heartless

      I agree with Duterte’s stance on drugs. But there may be an even more dangerous issue he’s facing. Islam. I’d reckon one goes hand-in-hand with the other. Evil, like birds, tends to gather itself together.

      • Frank Thoughts

        Agree: in Europe most of the main drug gangs and dealer networks are in fact Muslims. This is also the case with the trafficking of white girls for sex.

        Duterte would be wise to get a list for that group too. I know he is already bravely fighting radical Islamists in various islands of the Philippines right now.

        What drug abusers do to a community is tragic. The IRA used to knee cap them or take out the dealers and pop them in the head. In most places eventually the local community has enough and takes matters into their own hands. This doesn’t happen in North America for two reasons: one is weapons, with the drug gangs having access to military-grade weaponary; and the other is they primarily come from groups in the population who the police are reluctant to shake down for fear of being called racist.

    8. Kay123

      Stupid is as stupid does….or what?

      That might be a ploy to make everyone love their neighbor?
      Fear drug dealers, fear drug users, fear everyone as a potential assassin?

      Anyone can use a bucket of red paint,,!! ?

      Geez….. long time ago, I lived where a whole neighborhood
      would have had red X’s. on their doors.
      (Not because of drug users….but because of back biting gossips.)
      Nobody got along with anybody.
      I moved after 6 months. Not my kind of people.

    9. Martus

      There was another murderer in power, he called himself Hitler and blamed the countries problem on the Jews,
      Gays, elderly, disable and killed the lot of them.

      Hail Rodrigo Duterte!!!

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