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Steel is needed everywhere.
– Rodrigo Duterte
The state must protect the media. In a democracy, the role of media is very important. In the absence of a credible opposition party, you can rely on the media.
I am well. Do not worry about my health.
I’m fine with gays. I have nothing against gays.
I don’t mind giving 5,000 pardons a day.
Erosion of faith and trust in government – that is the real problem that confronts us.
We have a society now where obedience to the law is really a choice, an option only.
Whoever said I hated the media?
I am a man of many flaws and contradictions.
I don’t care if you will get angry with me, but I am not open to a compromise. Contractualization must go. It is anti-people.
I do not like the way oppressed Filipinos are being treated now. They are oppressed and have no one to turn to.
Even money has a price.
I have to build a new environment for the people. I will place them in ecozones and provide them assistance. I will build hospitals there. There will be economic activity.
Rich people are afraid to die.
I wear cheap shoes. I don’t even wear socks.
You have to support the government, not to me personally; I do not want anyone cultivating loyalty to me. I don’t like that.
Relax. I am not the man I am portrayed to be by some.
Destiny is not designed by mere mortals like us. It is crafted by God.
I have to address the economic conditions of everybody, including, and perhaps first, those who are poor.
I just want everybody to follow the law.
It is really the angling in the media that I do not like. That is how media can be rotten.
As a lawyer and a former prosecutor, I know the limits of the power and authority of the president. I know what is legal and what is not.