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PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2016 6:54 pm    Post subject: Philippines US/CIA colony revolts: Duterte goes rogue Reply with quote

* Supported murderous dictators like General Pinochet (Chile), the Shah of Iran, Ferdinand Marcos (Phillipines), "Papa Doc" and "Baby Doc" Duvalier (Haiti), General Noriega (Panama), Mobutu Sese Seko (Ziare), the "reign of the colonels" (Greece), and more;

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The US Army Document That Proves the US is the World's Number One Sponsor of World Terrorism
http://www.daily.pk/world/americas/8937-the-us-army-document-that-prov es-the-us-is-the-worlds-number-one-sponsor-of-world-terrorism.html
Friday, 02 January 2009 13:26
In a 'manual' which is officially to be released only to 'students from foreign countries on a case-by-case basis only', the US Army outlines a program of what it now calls 'irregular warfare', in fact US state sponsored terrorism, insurgency, and PSYOPS.
1-21. Waging protracted IW depends on building global capability and capacity. IW will not be won by the United States alone but rather through combined efforts with multinational partners. Combined IW [Irregular Warfare, euphemism for TERRORISM] will require the joint force to establish a long-term sustained presence in numerous countries to build partner capability and capacity. This capability and capacity extends U.S. operational reach, multiplies forces available, and provides increased options for defeating adversaries. The constituent activities of IW are:

Insurgency.
COIN.
UW.
Terrorism
CT.
FID.
Stability, security, transition, and reconstruction (SSTR) operations.
Strategic communication (SC).
PSYOP.
Civil-military operations (CMO).
Information operations (IO).
Intelligence and counterintelligence (CI) activities.
Transnational criminal activities, including narco-trafficking, illicit arms dealing, and illegal financial transactions that support or sustain IW.
Law enforcement activities focused on countering irregular adversaries.
1-22. The above list of operations and activities can be conducted within IW;

–Headquarters, Department of the Army, Army Special Operations Forces Unconventional Warfare, September 2008[PDF]

Ignoring 1) the mountainous body of evidence that US policy and the CIA, specifically, is the root-cause of the vast majority of the what is commonly called 'world terrorism'; and 2) the equally impressive body of hard evidence that 911 was an inside job, the Army cites 911 as the pretext by which the US should embark above the policy as outlined above.[See: Terrorism is Worse Under GOP Regimes ]

1-18. The 9/11 terrorist attack on the United States highlighted the increased danger of warfare conducted by other-than-state enemies. Recognizing that such irregular threats by nonstate actors would be a likely and even dominant pattern throughout the 21st century, national policy makers dictated that planners must analyze and prepare for such irregular threats. It was clear that previous assumptions about the terms "conventional," "traditional," or "regular" warfare, and reliance solely on a "regular" or "conventional warfare" doctrine were inadequate. IW was a significant theme in the 2006 Quadrennial Defense Review Report. In April 2006, the Pentagon drafted the execution roadmap for IW as a means of combating this growing threat from actions beyond conventional state-to-state military conflict.–Headquarters, Department of the Army, Army Special Operations Forces Unconventional Warfare, September 2008 [PDF]

Elsewhere, the document cites the threat posed to the US by "WMD—such as nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons. But I have yet to find a single word, phrase, sentence or paragraph in which the manual mentioned the threat posed the rest of the world by some forty years or more of US meddling, threats, covert operations, US sponsored assassinations, and overt threats of bombing and/or war and invasion. Instead, we get platitudes that are made absolutely meaningless by the remainder of this arrogant, imperialistic document.

A-64. Democracy and the protection of fundamental liberties were the basis for the creation of the United States more than 200 years ago. Since then, a central goal of U.S. foreign policy has been to promote respect for democracy and human rights throughout the world. The DOS— .. Promotes democracy as a way to achieve security, stability, and prosperity for the entire world. .. Helps establish and assist newly formed democracies.op cit It is odd that as the US is said to be 'defending' Democracy, it is subverting it.

It is said that the United States must be concerned about the possibility that terrorists may acquire WMD, ignoring the fact that the US leads the world in the manufacture, sale and distribution of WMD. Let's put this another way: the US military spending is greater than that spent by the rest of the world's nations combined.

If terrorists should ever obtain WMD, the chances are good that they will get them from the US, perhaps with monies raised selling cocaine to the one of the largest drug dealers on the planet Earth: the CIA!

During the 40s and 50s, most of the public was unaware of what the CIA was doing. Those who knew thought they were fighting the good fight against communism, like James Bond. However, they could not keep their actions secret forever, and by the 60s and 70s, Americans began learning about the agency's crimes and atrocities. (3) It turns out the CIA has:

* Corrupted democratic elections in Greece, Italy and dozens of other nations;

* Been involved to varying degrees in at least 35 assassination plots against foreign heads of state or prominent political leaders. Successful assassinations include democratically elected leaders like Salvador Allende (Chile) and Patrice Lumumba (Belgian Congo); also CIA-created dictators like Rafael Trujillo (Dominican Republic) and Ngo Dinh Diem (South Vietnam); and popular political leaders like Che Guevara. Unsuccessful attempts range from Fidel Castro to Charles De Gaulle.

* Helped launch military coups that toppled democratic governments, replacing them with brutal dictatorships or juntas. The list of overthrown democratic leaders includes Mossadegh (Iran, 1953), Arbenz (Guatemala, 1954), Velasco and Arosemena (Ecuador, 1961, 1963), Bosch (Dominican Republic, 1963), Goulart (Brazil, 1964), Sukarno (Indonesia, 1965), Papandreou (Greece, 1965-67), Allende (Chile, 1973), and dozens of others.

* Undermined the governments of Australia, Guyana, Cambodia, Jamaica and more;

* Supported murderous dictators like General Pinochet (Chile), the Shah of Iran, Ferdinand Marcos (Phillipines), "Papa Doc" and "Baby Doc" Duvalier (Haiti), General Noriega (Panama), Mobutu Sese Seko (Ziare), the "reign of the colonels" (Greece), and more;

* Created, trained and supported death squads and secret police forces that tortured and murdered hundreds of thousands of civilians, leftists and political opponents, in Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Haiti, Bolivia, Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Iran, Turkey, Angola and others;

* Helped run the "School of the Americas" at Fort Benning, Georgia, which trains Latin American military officers how to overthrow democratic governments. Subjects include the use of torture, interrogation and murder;

* Used Michigan State "professors" to train Diem's secret police in torture;

* Conducted economic sabotage, including ruining crops, disrupting industry, sinking ships and creating food shortages;

* Paved the way for the massacre of 200,000 in East Timor, 500,000 in Indonesia and one to two million in Cambodia;

* Launched secret or illegal military actions or wars in Nicaragua, Angola, Cuba, Laos and Indochina;

* Planted false stories in the local media;

* Framed political opponents for crimes, atrocities, political statements and embarrassments that they did not commit;

* Spied on thousands of American citizens, in defiance of Congressional law;

* Smuggled Nazi war criminals and weapon scientists into the U.S., unpunished, for their use in the Cold War;

* Created organizations like the World Anti-Communist League, which became filled with ex-Nazis, Nazi sympathizers, Italian terrorists, Japanese fascists, racist Afrikaaners, Latin American death squad leaders, CIA agents and other extreme right-wing militants;

* Conducted Operation MK-ULTRA, a mind-control experiment that gave LSD and other drugs to Americans against their will or without their knowledge, causing some to commit suicide;

* Penetrated and disrupted student antiwar organizations;

* Kept friendly and extensive working relations with the Mafia;

* Actively traded in drugs around the world since the 1950s to fund its operations. The Contra/crack scandal is only the tip of the iceberg –- other notorious examples include Southeast Asia's Golden Triangle and Noreiga's Panama.

* Had their fingerprints all over the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Malcom X. Even if the CIA is not responsible for these killings, the sheer amount of CIA involvement in these cases demands answers; [editor's note, see: Evidence That the CIA Murdered RFK]

* And then routinely lied to Congress about all of the above.


The Association for Responsible Dissent estimates that by 1987, 6 million people had died as a result of CIA covert operations. (4) Former State Department official William Blum correctly calls this an "American Holocaust."

–Steve Kangas: The Origins of the Overclass

The US Army document, cited above, is an arrogant, imperialistic and ill-considered response to a growing 'threat' –but a threat that is posed only to US monopolists and death merchants, i.e., the Military/Industrial Complex, a fancy name for Murder, Inc. The US has, in fact, squandered the limitless goodwill that had been extended our nation at the end of World War II.

The US has failed to make positive use of the world support for allied efforts to codify war crimes, to hold Nazi War Criminals responsibility for heinous crimes. But now –we have a recent US military document that the US Army would prefer to keep secret no doubt because it reveals to the world that those principles espoused at Nuremberg are either no longer operative or they were a fraud, the US didn't really mean it. Or perhaps they forgot to tell the world that the laws applied to everyone but themselves.

The Army has now revealed to the world that no nation is safe from US terrorism, US attack, US subversion of indigenous cultures and governments, US bullying or the US use of WMD against them. That is because the US believes itself to be a world-wide empire, in fact, a single nation that presumes to rule the world.

The well-informed countries –western Europe –know perfectly well what our game is. General de Gaulle took France out of NATO because he suspected that we were in the empire–building business, and he didn't want to go along with it yet, simultaneously, France remained an ally in case there was a major war with the Soviets. I don't think we should take too seriously those eastern European countries. In due course, they will wake up, as Turkey did, that we are dangerous.–Gore Vidal, The Erosion of the American Dream

I have repeatedly stated that the US regime of George W. Bush was not legitimate. How can I make it any clearer? "Illegitimate" means that the regime of George W. Bush was no more legitimate than the crooked regimes of tin horn dictators in banana republics. The Bush regime differed little in terms of competence or statesmanship. Now, in a cynical document that the US Army had never intended be disseminated publicly, we have confirmation that the position of the US vis a vis the rest of the world is based not upon Democracy or legitimacy. It is, rather based entirely upon force, aggression and US terrorism.

Addendum:
Is the United States going to put dictatorship into effect under the guise of the anti-terrorist struggle? What may trigger another major transformation in 2009? The answer is obvious: another 9/11 in the USA.Terrible and bloody events are in store for the world in the beginning of 2009. Most likely, the world will witness a reality show with a nuclear blast, which will be used as a reason for the US administration to change the world order again and leave the new Great Depression behind. There is every reason to believe that the Russian Federation may suffer as a result of this possible initiative too.

Joe Biden made a sensational statement on October 19, 2008. He said that Barack Obama would have to undergo an ordeal during the first six months of his stay in the White House. It will be the time of a very serious international crisis, when Obama would have to make tough and possibly unpopular decisions both in home and foreign politics.

Biden said that there were four or five scenarios for the development of the international crisis. Afghanistan, North Korea or the Russian Federation may become the source of one of them.
When Obama learned of Biden's speech, he tried to explain everything with rhetorical exaggerations. However, Biden's remarks gave food for thought, taking into consideration the fact that former secretary of state Madeleine Albright described his remarks as statement of fact.
–USA needs nuclear explosion to turn the world into dictatorship

Addendum:
A comment amond several found on Buzzflash re this article:

But we already knew the US under sociopathic Bush is a terrorist nation..Bush,Rumsfeld,Rice,Hannity,Limbaugh,Cheney,Bolton,et al are all implicators in this world terrorism by threatening Iraq and Iran.It is certainly a terror to the Iraqui/Iranian people by the US.
My response is that it will be argued in 'defense' of the GOP that Bush, Rice et al were just an 'aberration'. But the SIGNIFICANCE of the Army document is that they were NOT an aberration. It's the MIC S.O.P.

As I have said numerous times: the Bush administration is illegitimate. Secondly, the MIC is a polite euphemism for a Murder Inc on an international, industrial scale. Death and destruction are the US's chief exports. Our currency is all but worthless and, like Rome when it invaded Dacia for its gold, the US invades other nations for its resources, primarily oil. At last, The US resembles Rome in that Rome subverted 'fair wages' with 'slavery', in effect, putting working people out of work for good! It became a permanent 'underclass'. The US has accomplished the same thing by enriching ONLY the uppper one percent of the population –a disparity of both wealth and income that clearly parallels that of Rome in its last throes.

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Streets running with blood and 3,700 dead: After 100 days in office Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte compares his crackdown on drugs to 'Hitler's Holocaust' and cuts ties to US
WARNING:GRAPHIC CONTENT
Reports claim more than 3,700 dead in Philippines' war against drugs in the last three months
President Rodrigo Duterte is violently carrying out his campaign promise in the last 100 days
Up to 26,000 people have been arrested and thousands turning themselves in out of fear
Duterte's remains popular with 8/10 Filipinos satisfied with the campaign against drugs
The US, European Union, Roman Catholic Church and UN have condemned the slaughters
Duterte has now unofficially called an an end to its alliance with the United States after 65 years
By RILEY MORGAN FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA
PUBLISHED: 04:09, 9 October 2016 | UPDATED: 13:57, 9 October 2016
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3828977/Philippine-President-R odrigo-Duterte-compares-crackdown-drugs-Hitler-s-Holocaust-cuts-ties-U S.html

The Philippines president's war against drugs has reached new macabre heights with the death toll surging above 3,700 and he is now sensationally halting the nation's military alliance with the US after 65 years.
The bombastic president Rodrigo Duterte, has sensationally disparaged the country's alliance with the US ordering its troops to leave his shores.
The potential ending of an alliance comes as a reaction to the international outrage of the slaughter of drug addicts and criminals at the hands of vigilantes and police in the Philippines.
The Filipino president, dubbed 'The Punisher', has been heavily lambasted for his ruthless crackdown on drugs with the Philippines' death toll reaching more than 3,700 in less than three months, according to Al Jazeera.
Duterte ordered the drug crackdown as an election promise fuelling widespread bloodshed - equating to 36 Filipinos dying every day in his first 100 days in office - and the terror can be seen in the graphic photos below.
Duterte's drug raids come after he said at least 3.7 million Filipinos have become addicted to methamphetamine, known locally as shabu.
He has claimed to have encouraged citizens to take matters into their own hands with the help of police and alleged secret death squads.
The Huffington Post report that the killings occur in 'encounters' with motorcycle vigilante gunmen or killed by trained police or unofficial death squads.

Cases include a five-year-old girl tragically killed as gunman opened fire on her grandfather and a father and son smoking shabu beaten and shot to death in police custody.
The fear of being shot has triggered drug dealers to turn themselves into police, with more than 26,000 people arrested and tens of thousands turning themselves into authorities.
This had lead to despicable conditions in jails and the limited 44 rehabilitation centres across the nation.
The fear tactic has seen Duterte's popularity sky-rocket, with a Social Weather Stations Survey in late September showed 8/10 Filipino residents are satisfied with the campaign promise to crackdown on drug users and dealers.

In a speech in Davao - a city where reportedly death squads were sanctioned - Duterte responded to claims of his comparison to Hitler.
'Hitler massacred three million Jews, now, there is three million drug addicts. I'd be happy to slaughter them," he said.
While both figures were incorrect, he continued to say, 'At least if Germany had Hitler, the Philippines would have...", where he reportedly pointed to himself, according to the BBC.
However, the international community has slammed Duterte's maligned war on drugs, which has seen armed police sanctioned to target and raid drug dealers.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3828977/Philippine-President-R odrigo-Duterte-compares-crackdown-drugs-Hitler-s-Holocaust-cuts-ties-U S.html#ixzz4McE7himw
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JUST LIKE LIBYA!!!!!!!!!
RPGs & Heavy Machine Guns (US special forces?)
This lot OUTGUNNED THE PHILLIPINES ARMY

MILFs storm prison and bust out 150 inmates killing one guard
ARMED men with links to Muslim rebels stormed a prison early today in the southern Philippines, killing a guard and freeing more than a 150 inmates including prominent members of a jihadist group, police said.
PUBLISHED: 09:01, Wed, Jan 4, 2017 | UPDATED: 10:10, Wed, Jan 4, 2017
http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/750014/philippines-prison-break-mi lf-muslim-rebels-free-150-inmates

The Southeast Asian nation has for decades been plagued by insurgencies by Muslim rebels in its southern islands, with President Rodrigo Duterte seeking to promote broad peace in the predominantly Catholic country.



The gunmen opened fire at guards at the North Cotabato District Jail in Kidapawan city around 1am, prison warden Peter Bongat told a local radio station.

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Of the jail's 1,511 inmates, 158 managed to escape and four were recaptured, he said.

“It's well planned. Escapees used blanket as their getaway...We have a manhunt operation,” said Bongat.

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The rebel commander belonged to the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) based on initial information, Bongat said.

In 2014, the government signed a peace deal with the MILF, the biggest Muslim rebel group but clashes still occur with smaller groups.

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Philippine Security Forces Find Explosives in Raid on Daesh-Linked Group
https://sputniknews.com/asia/201612061048238203-philippine-raid-explos ives/

18:59 06.12.2016
Military and police forces in the south of the Philippines seized firearms and explosive materials in a raid conducted on property of an extremist group believed to be linked with Daesh, local media reported Tuesday citing an army spokesman.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Maj. Filemon Tan Jr. of the Western Mindanao Command, cited by the Philippine Star newspaper, said that the raid followed the killing of an Army ranger on Monday by members of the Daesh-inspired Maute Group.

According to the official, the combined forces of the police, the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group and the 65th Infantry Battalion recovered a rocket propelled grenade launcher and a chainsaw during the raid. One officer was injured in the operation.

Currently, the Philippine forces conduct an operation in the Lanao del Sur province against 300 armed militants of the Maute group, which have gained control over several districts of the city of Butig.

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Over 150 inmates escape in the Philippines' largest-ever jailbreak
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Armed police patrol the perimeter of the district jail where 158 inmates were freed by attacking rebels in the town of Kidapawan on the southern island of Mindanao on Wednesday. (AFP photo)

MANILA - More than 100 armed attackers raided a southern Philippine jail on Wednesday, freeing more than 150 inmates and leaving at least seven people dead in what authorities say is the country's largest-ever jailbreak.

Authorities described the attack by suspected breakaway members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front at the North Cotabato District Jail in Kidapawan City on the island of Mindanao as "organised," as the perpetrators were heavily armed, with some wielding rocket-propelled grenades.

Xavier Solda, spokesman for the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, said the jailbreak is the largest in the country's history.

The attack, which was immediately followed by an almost two-hour firefight with responding authorities, left one jail staff member and five inmates dead. A village watchman was also killed during the manhunt.

So far, seven escapees from the jail that houses more than 1,500 inmates have been recaptured.

The military provided support to police and jail personnel in the follow-up operations.

The region is a hotbed for Muslim rebels whose main objective is secessionism with some embracing terrorist attack techniques.

The Moro Islamic Liberation Front, the country's largest Muslim rebel group, forged a peace agreement with the government in 2014.

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Armed men free 158 detainees from North Cotabato jail
By John Unson (philstar.com) | Updated January 4, 2017 - 9:00am
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The attack on the jail is the third in the last 10 years. Google Earth
KIDAPAWAN CITY, Philippines -- Armed men stormed the North Cotabato provincial jail here at midnight Tuesday and set free 158 detainees after an hour-long firefight with guards, the third in just a decade.

Superintendent Peter Bungat, provincial jail warden, said the attack began with a power outage that plunged the facility into darkness, followed by heavy gunfire aimed at the buildings inside its fenced compound.

Bungat said one of his subordinates, Jail Officer 1 Hexel Rey Desibo, was killed in the ensuing encounter with the gunmen who attacked from the rear of the jail compound.

“It was not a jailbreak. It was a planned rescue of certain detainees,” he said.

An inmate initially identified only as Jarao was wounded in the crossfire. He was immediately rushed to a hospital by responding barangay officials and policemen.

The jail, also known as the Cotabato District Jail, is located inside the provincial capitol compound in Barangay Amas in Kidapawan City, a short distance from the provincial police office.

BIFF: It wasn't us


Military intelligence sources told The STAR there are indications that the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters pulled off the jail raid.

Three of several bombing suspects detained in the facility are members of the group.

Abu Misry Mama, spokesman of the outlawed BIFF, denied they were responsible for the attack.

He told Catholic station dxMS, the leading broadcast outfit in Cotabato City, that not a single BIFF member was involved

Responding community volunteer watchmen led by Alexander Austria, chairperson of Barangay Amas, arrested an escapee wandering in an open field near the provincial capitol. He was reportedly disoriented and seemed to have been scared by the bursts of gunfire and explosions.

“This inmate is an ethnic Maguindanaon from Kabacan municipality (in North Cotabato), being prosecuted for a drug offense. We turned him over to the police,” he said.

Police warned of planned attack


Austria said the local police earlier warned of a plan by an armed group to spring high-profile inmates from the provincial jail.

“We alerted the residents of Barangay Amas because that’s the most we can do. Our barangay volunteer security group is not armed,” Austria said.

More than a dozen detainees in the facility were arrested in a series of anti-narcotics operation in late 2015 in Midsayap town in the first district of North Cotabato.

The suspects are followers of notorious drug traffickers Renz Tukuran and Mokz Masgal, who fled Midsayap one as police and soldiers raided their hideouts to serve them warrants for their arrest.

Tukuran and Masgal are also both former guerilla commanders who kept arsenals of military-grade weapons, including M-60 machine guns and shoulder-fire grenade launchers.

Many of their firearms were seized by policemen and soldiers who raided their hideouts in separate operations from between late October to early December 2015.

Bungat said the gunmen who attacked the jail apparently targeted two cells where high-profile detainees were clamped down.

Detainees informed reporters that the gunmen, some of them heard speaking to each other in the Maguindanaon dialect, also set free other inmates in nearby cells.


Police guard the entrance to the provincial capitol in Kidapawan City, where the jail is located. Courtesy of Abner Francisco/Facebook

Bungat said they have been receiving persistent feedback since dawn Wednesday purporting that the group is led by the notorious Commander Derby, wanted for heinous offenses, including drug trafficking, extortion and armed robbery.

More than 40 inmates escaped when guerillas rescued three foreign-trained bomb makers from the facility around 10 years ago. The three had been detained in connection with deadly bomb attacks in the province.

The incident was followed by another attack four years later, where several inmates, five of them being prosecuted for bomb attacks, also escaped.

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Armed men free more than 150 in Kidapawan jailbreak
Officials say armed men with suspected links to the MILF group attack a prison, killing a guard and freeing inmates.
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01/philippines-jailbreak-1701040325 51700.html

More than 100 suspected Muslim rebels have stormed a jail in the southern Philippines, killing a guard and allowing 158 inmates to escape, officials said.

Six of the inmates were killed in firefights with pursuing police and army troops, while eight others have been caught and were being returned to the facility, said Senior Inspector Xavier Solda, spokesman for the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology.

Initial reports suggested that the gunmen responsible for Wednesday's jailbreak were linked to the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), officials said.

The attackers opened fire at guards at the North Cotabato District Jail in Kidapawan city around 1am, prison warden Peter Bongat told a local radio station.

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The jail held 1,511 inmates at the time, he said.

"When the attack came, according to the report of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, it was a two-hour firefight" said Dionardo Carlos, Philippine National Police Spokesperson.

"The jail guards were trying to stop the attackers and then our police responded," he said at a press conference.

"Unfortunately, because of the commotion, some inmates escaped using a wooden ladder that they stuck to the wall at the back portion of the jail."

No claim of responsibility

Unconfirmed reports by Filipino officials suggested that the raid was carried out by Satar Mandalondong, a MILF commander. But the MILF group has not claimed responsibility for the jailbreak.

The MILF is the largest Muslim rebel group in the Philippines and it is based in the southern region of Mindanao. The group demands more autonomy for the Moro people.

The predominantly Catholic Southeast Asian nation has, for four decades, been fighting rebels in its southern islands.

Wednesday's incident was the latest of several mass escapes from poorly secured Philippine jails, with the incidents often involving southern rebels.

In August, another rebel group called Maute staged a jailbreak in the southern Philippines, freeing 23 detainees.

About 50 heavily armed members of the group raided the local jail in the southern city of Marawi on Mindanao island and freed eight of their members who were arrested a week earlier, police said.

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In 2009, more than 100 armed men raided a jail in the strife-torn southern island of Basilan, freeing 31 prisoners including several rebel fighters.

The conflict between the rebels and the state in the southern Philippines has left more than 120,000 people dead in the last four decades.

President Rodrigo Duterte is pursuing peace talks with the largest armed Muslim groups, the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) and the MILF.

Smaller bands like the Maute group and the Abu Sayyaf group are not covered by the ceasefires and are not part of the peace process.

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'PHILIPPINES PRESIDENT TELLS & EXPOSES ALL - Elite Want Him Gone':
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kwF1MXavYs

Very powerful interview with Duterte; I'm surprised with his intellect he cannot see through Trump.
He certainly is straightforward. Pity the very thorough interviewer didn't ask him about the danger of giving the police carte blanche re capturing or killing drug suspects.

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'Liam Fox wants Britain to get closer to a man who just ordered soldiers to shoot women in the vagina':
https://www.thecanary.co/global/2018/02/13/liam-fox-wants-britain-get- closer-man-just-ordered-soldiers-shoot-women-vagina/

'.....Liam Fox wants Britain to get closer to a man who just ordered soldiers to shoot women in the vagina

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered his soldiers to shoot female rebels in the vagina. And people around the world have reacted with horror. But there has been no resounding outcry from the Conservative government. Because Duterte is a man International Trade Secretary Liam Fox wants to trade more closely with.

“We won’t kill you. We will just shoot your vagina.”
Duterte has told a group of former communist rebels in the Philippines:

Tell the soldiers. There’s a new order coming from the mayor [Duterte]. We won’t kill you. We will just shoot your [female rebels’] vagina.

Women without vaginas, he went on to suggest, would be “useless”....'

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The Philippines Genocide 3 million Filipinos Killed
The Philippines Genocide is the genocide history forgot, you will find in history books the Filipino-American War of 1899-1902 but they fail to mention the genocide carried out by the United States of America on the people of the Philippines.
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I first came across references to the Philippines Genocide in 2009 and since then have spent a lot of time researching it. I have discussed it with many people, it seems people in the Philippines are not taught about the genocide and very few have even heard of the Philippines genocide.

The fact that it is not taught and so few know about it did make me question if it really happened. So I dug much deeper and have come to the conclusion it did happen, but as the victors write the history books they tried to cover it up because it was so horrific.

Counting skulls from the Philippines Genocide

Figures do not add up

What brought me to the conclusion that the Philippines genocide did happen is the figures in the history books which simply do not add up. The History books that were written by the victors claim somewhere between 200,000 to 300,000 died in that period, which is still a large number considering the population of the Philippines at the time was no more than 9 million.

200,000 to 300,000 dead just can not be correct. A People’s History of the United States (1980) cites 300,000 Filipinos killed in Batangas alone, that alone proves the figures wrong, William Pomeroy’s American Neocolonialism (1970) cites 600,000 Filipinos dead in Luzon alone by 1902. This is backed up by General Bell himself, who said “we estimated that we killed one-sixth of the population of the main island of Luzon—some 600,000 people.”

E. Ahmed’s wrote “The Theory and Fallacies of Counter-Insurgency,” The Nation, August 2, 1971.“the bloodiest colonial war (in proportion to population) ever fought by a white power in Asia; it cost the lives of 3,000,000 Filipinos.”

Filipina historian the late Luzviminda Francisco carried out a thorough investigation of the Philippines Genocide and documented it, she arrived at the figure of 1.4 million Filipinos dead. The End of An Illusion (London, 1973). However, this only covered the period from 1899 to 1905 it does not cover the first 2 decades of U.S. colonial rule a time when the killing might have slowed but was still happening to keep the people in order, it also does not include the thousands of Filipino Muslims (Moros) that were brutally killed.

Census figures and the Philippines Genocide
Inspecting the dead from the Philippines Genocide

People will often ask why do Census figures not show a drop in population for that period?

There could be a few reasons for this, firstly I doubt even today population figures for the Philippines are correct as so many people live of the radar, imagine how difficult it would have been to calculate the population in the late 1890s and the early 1900s.

The methodologies used by the Spanish and the Americans were also very different. The Spaniards generally left Igorots, Aetas, Lumads, and Moro peoples alone, so it is unlikely they were included in the census.

You also have to ask if the U.S census figures showed a drop of 1.4 million or more would they publish this for the world to see?

I suspect however the U.S figures were no more than a guess based on the Spanish figures, as it was at a time of war and would have been almost impossible to collect the numbers. Or maybe the U.S did give the task of collecting the numbers but rather than going out into hostile communities that would put them in danger they made them up using the Spanish census as a guide.

The slaughter

In an article published in The Philadelphia Ledger November 1901 their Manila correspondent wrote “The present war is no bloodless, opera bouffe engagement; our men have been relentless, have killed to exterminate men, women, children, prisoners and captives, active insurgents and suspected people from lads of ten up, the idea prevailing that the Filipino as such was little better than a dog…

“Our soldiers have pumped salt water into men to make them talk, and have taken prisoners people who held up their hands and peacefully surrendered, and an hour later, without an atom of evidence to show that they were even insurrectos, stood them on a bridge and shot them down one by one, to drop into the water below and float down, as examples to those who found their bullet-loaded corpses.”

Major Littletown Waller a U.S. Marine that was accused of shooting 11 unarmed Filipinos on Samar. Another Marine officer described his testimony.

“The major said that General Smith instructed him to kill and burn, and said that the more he killed and burned the better pleased he would be; that it was no time to take prisoners, and that he was to make Samar a howling wilderness. Major Waller asked General Smith to define the age limit for killing, and he replied “everyone over ten.”

Filipino did not stand a chance against the superior and overwhelming firepower of the American troops. In the first battle Admiral Dewey was firing 500 pound shells as he steamed along the River Pasig. The bodies of dead Filipinos was so high U.S. troops used them for a defensive wall.

Writer Mark Twain best known for his book “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” wrote

“…I have seen that we do not intend to free, but to subjugate the people of the philippines. we have gone to conquer, not to redeem… and so i am an anti-imperialist. i am opposed to having the [american] eagle put its talons on any other land.”

On 15th of October 1900 Twain wrote the New York Times.

“We have pacified some thousands of the islanders and buried them; destroyed their fields; burned their villages, and turned their widows and orphans out-of-doors; furnished heartbreak by exile to some dozens of disagreeable patriots; subjugated the remaining ten millions by Benevolent Assimilation, which is the pious new name of the musket; we have acquired property in the three hundred concubines and other slaves of our business partner, the Sultan of Sulu, and hoisted our protecting flag over that swag. And so, by these providences of god — and the phrase is the government’s, not mine — we are a World Power.” — Mark Twain

Mark Twain also spoke of the almost universal racism of the white American troops and politicians he called them shameless. He was deeply disturbed by the sadistic war crimes that were committed by the American troops. He suggested that the Stars and stripes on the American flag should be replaced by a skull and cross bone.

Was it American policy to kill as many Filipinos as possible? Brigadier General J. Franklin Bell wrote “With a very few exceptions, practically the entire population has been hostile to us at heart,” so there is no doubt the Americans saw every Filipino as the enemy.

The USA carried out a scorched earth campaign in burning and destroying villages, they also tuned villages into concentration camps where they burnt the land around them and built watch towers that looked over the free-fire zones, anyone trying to leave the village was shot. They called these concentration camps reconcentrados.

The reconcentrados (concentration camps) were full of disease which caused a very high death rate the death rate in some camps was as high as 20%. One camp was 2 miles long by 1 mile wide and was the prison for 8,000 filipinos. Men were often rounded up to be questioned using torture if they gave the Americans the information they wanted or not did not matter as they were still shot.

A soldier from New York wrote

“The town of Titatia was surrendered to us a few days ago, and two companies occupy the same. Last night one of our boys was found shot and his stomach cut open. Immediately orders were received from General Wheaton to burn the town and kill every native in sight; which was done to a finish. About 1,000 men, women and children were reported killed. I am probably growing hard-hearted, for I am in my glory when I can sight my gun on some dark skin and pull the trigger”

Corporal Sam Gillis wrote “We make everyone get into his house by seven p.m., and we only tell a man once. If he refuses we shoot him. We killed over 300 natives the first night. They tried to set the town on fire. If they fire a shot from the house we burn the house down and every house near it, and shoot the natives, so they are pretty quiet in town now.”

A British eye witness in the Philippines said:

“This is not war; it is simply massacre and murderous butchery.”

Why the Philippines Genocide happened

It all happened because of a prayer to god.

President McKinley was in the Whitehouse praying when he claimed it came to him that he could not give the Philippines back to Spain as that would look cowardly.

McKinley said he did not want the Philippines. But then one night in the White House, when he was down on his knees praying to God, it came to him:

That we could not give them back to Spain – that would be cowardly.

He could not let France and Germany have the Philippines as that would be bad for business.

He could not let the Filipinos rule themselves as he considered them incapable.

So he decided America should take the whole Philippines rather than just Manila which is all they had at the time, educate the people and Christianise them, something the Spanish had already done to many of the people.

So in 1899 the U.S.A. declared war on the Philippines as a way to educate, Christianise and civilise the people and the Philippines Genocide began.

Conclusion

While we can not be sure of the figure of 3 million that some historians claim We can be pretty sure from research that the figure of 1.4 million killed in the Philippines Genocide between 1899 to 1905 is correct, it is unlikely the killings just suddenly stopped, the reports from the time show how racist towards the Filipinos many of the American troops had become, they also show that many of the troops had come to enjoy the killing. Could you get men that had become brutal killers to suddenly stop killing? It is very unlikely, you only have to look at wars today that are nowhere near as brutal and in an age where people are more educated to realise how war affects some people. We also know the fighting with the Moros carried on.

So did the numbers killed reach 3 million? We will never know but it probably did between 1899 to 1942 when the Japanese arrived.


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Duska says: 3rd May 2018 at 7:36 pm
There are so many tragedies all over the world we don't know about. Genocide Turks committed over Armenian people during World War First or Genocide over Serbs committed by Croats during the World War Second at territory of Independent State of Croatia, Hitler's satellite state. More than million of civilians were brutally tortured and murdered, almost without a bullet shot. It was the only country in the world that had concentration camps for children. Very similar with Philippines is that it was forbidden to speak about the genocide over Serbian people since victims and murderers were forced to live in the same country. In the last decade of 20. century new war started in former Yugoslavia, basically where WWII had stopped, but the media war twisted that tragedy and made the Croats look like victims. My grandfather and grandmother were captured in the Croats concentration camp Jasenovac and managed to survive, but most of their families didn't. At the time they were taken prisoners they were only 4 years old.
Alga says: 5th May 2018 at 1:27 am
Duska, the fact that Serbs were murdered during WWII does not give them right to murder Croats and people in Bosna decades later. Any genocide is genocide and it doesnt matter if the nation was a victim of the same before. In fact it even makes it worse, lesson not learned will cause these events to keep happening there until both sides honestly admit wrong doing
elvira zambrana says: 20th May 2018 at 12:32 pm
can never imagine such a respected country, since i was born,had done such inhumane acts to our forefathers democratic though. . sad to note that really. .
Romeo P. Angelo says: 23rd May 2018 at 9:48 am
Oh come on... This is not new and this kind of stories of invasions by the western world accompanied by genocide are justified by envoking God!!!
kike says: 24th June 2018 at 11:10 pm
Under Spain many people did not die, because there are the laws of burgos that protect the natives, the Spaniards were always allies of the native peoples and always mix with the natives, something that never happened in the British area. Of the 300,000 soldiers of Hernán Cortés's army, only 1,300 were Spaniards, all the rest were native allies of different Mexican towns.
kike says: 24th June 2018 at 11:20 pm
The Americans destroyed the culture of the Philippines, the majority of the victims of the genocide were Hispanics who were the enlightened elites who best understood the concept of freedom, after prohibiting the use of English 40 years later nobody speaks the language in which Rizal wrote and many others, the Philippine anthem was written in Spanish. Its culture is not the original Filipino culture that was forged in 400 years of history, but a country that is very poor and devastated, which has lost a lot of culture, especially in the intramural.
Henry says: 26th June 2018 at 4:02 am
And the US continually chooses to never mention this and in the USA they literally paint themselves as the saviour of the Philippines and claim that the evil people are the Japanese.
The US propaganda did this against the Japanese many times, the Japanese invaded multiple areas in Asia which were occupied by westerners and the Japanese kicked the westerners out.
And then the US and UK media paint the Japanese as evil and attacking those people.
The Japanese invaded the Philippines to rid it of American occupation, the Japanese invaded Vietnam and kicked the French out, the Japanese invaded Hong Kong and kicked the British out, the Japanese invaded Singapore and kicked the British out, the Japanese tried to stop the US from annexing the Kingdom of Hawaii and later bombed the US military base there, the Japanese kicked even the Germans out of Palau, the Japanese kicked the French out of Guangzhouwan, the Japanese also invaded Thailand and told them to declare independence.
The Japanese didn't want European people to genocide Asians and thought it was shameful and that they should be independent. The Japanese also likely knew that if they let Europeans totally take over Asia then Japan itself would be surrounded and taken over also.
So the Japanese invaded and kicked Europeans out of all of these countries and these empires all fell (except the USA) and most of these Asian countries became independent and no longer had to be European colonies.
But of course the west makes propaganda and paints Japan as the evil one, because Japan put a stop to their colonial rule in Asia.
So what the US and other countries like France and the UK do, is they deliberately go out of their way to never mention all of the horrible atrocities their people committed. They do their best to never mention their colonial intentions and try to claim it was to "help" the people, they try to downplay the amount of people they killed. And they then exaggerate the death tolls which the Japanese caused and also lie about the intentions of the Japanese empire in Asia and try to paint them as insane people who wanted to wipe out the poor innocent other Asian people that the wonderful Europeans were just trying to help.
Oscar says: 5th July 2018 at 5:50 pm
That's just guilt, the highly touted educating the natives and providing us learning institution/s. the fact that they massacred hundreds of thousands of Filipinos, mostly armed with bolos and bamboo spears clearly showed the insensitivity of americans. add to that their strategy of isolating villages and forcing them to go hungry by cutting off their food supplies and burning the whole village including the children and the old people clearly demonstrated american savagery.
Batangas History says: 6th July 2018 at 8:59 am
The historian Glenn May conjectured that apart from those who were killed as a direct consequence of the Philippine-American War, many more died indirectly because of the cramped conditions inside the reconcentration camps in Batangas, where diseases quickly spread. Because the people of Batangas were kept away from their farms, upon their release in April 1902 they had to face food shortages exacerbated by a drought, locust swarms and a rinderpest epidemic.
Dagitan says: 11th July 2018 at 8:30 am
To the woman named Bernadette, and her experience with the agoda.com booking, that is really not because of the U.S. propaganda. A mindful reminder to a handful of whites would be to ask locals about the their own culture perhaps would be a great start. This is not because of this suspicion of others.
It’s because you’re in Manila, and people ARE supposed to be suspicious of each other to survive. The city is known to be a merciless place. Secondly, maybe she thought you were a manloloko because your appearance did not fit the prestige of the hotel (there was no other way to say this politely).
Plus, if you have FULLY read the article, you would see that author said “history is written by the victors” that is why Filipinos do not know because we were taught that U.S. troops were heroes as what was part of your “benevolent assimilation”.
Now that I,a Filipino have read the article, my hate for these white people increases.
They do not know how to accept the monstrosity they too have done. Cannot do so until now. A large sum of Americans have a static development regarding this issue, and the more I know what they are doing during their stay in the Philippine Islands and how they percieve it, I am even more disgusted at them. They cannot accept the hard truth about themselves, so they choose to look at people smaller than them and boast about their white perstige like its some kind of achievement. Truly disgusting.
Amin says: 23rd July 2018 at 8:38 am
The moment i saw the word 'Christianise', I knew this would be a genocide. Not that other religious people are not capable of it. But somehow only Abrahamic faiths ( Christians, Muslims) or the ones who got influenced by it (Communists) seems to excel in it and did it in epic proportions. They also developed this unique strategy of converting their victims to their religions which makes the descendants of their victims completely oblivious of the true nature of their conversion . People always criticize Americans, Spanish etc but seems to give away free pass to Christian ideology which initiated these genocides.
Luis Martin Pomares says: 26th April 2018 at 1:48 pm
No body asked the USA to make war. USA declared the war to Spain and to Filipino rebels to take profit and for their interest. USA made the genocide and killed 3 million filipinos to transfor Filipinas in a Colony. A territory of Spain for more than 400 centuries which now is one of the most poor in the world. On February 8, 1597, King Philip II, near the end of his 42-year reign, issued a Royal Cedula instructing Francisco de Tello de Guzmán, then Governor-General of the Philippines to fulfill the laws of tributes and to provide for restitution of ill-gotten taxes taken from the natives. The decree was published in Manila on August 5, 1598. King Philip died on 13 September, just forty days after the publication of the decree, but his death was not known in the Philippines until middle of 1599, by which time a referendum by which the natives would acknowledge Spanish rule was underway. With the completion of the Philippine referendum of 1599, Spain could be said to have established legitimate sovereignty over the Philippines. Villarroel, Fidel (2009), "Philip II and the "Philippine Referendum" of 1599", in Ramírez, Dámaso de Lario, Re-shaping the World: Philip II of Spain and His Time (illustrated ed.), Ateneo de Manila University Press, ISBN 978-971-550-556-7.
Joe Cool Daw says: 26th April 2018 at 5:35 am
After the horrific and terrible pains they suffered at the hands of the Japanese soldiers, they have to welcome the americans who liberated them and removed them from hell. The genocide happened when the americans first arrived in the Philippines. Every war brings out the worst in people. It is human nature. I am not making justifications. I am merely stating that massacres and atrocities happen in every war since the beginning of time.
British Frank says: 2nd January 2018 at 2:53 pm
I did read that from the early 1900s until the 1940s there was a law that prohibited anyone talking badly about the Americans. I have always wondered how after just 45 years they welcomed the Americans back, I guess 40 years of people not talking about it is enough for most people not to know about the genocide.
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