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Source: The Guradian

Philippines: Rodrigo Duterte orders soldiers to shoot female rebels 'in the vagina'

Tuesday 21:52 GMT

President Rodrigo Duterte has been branded a misogynist and “macho-facist” after he ordered soldiers to shoot female communist rebels in the vagina.

Duterte mentioned the Visayan word “bisong”, meaning vagina, repeatedly throughout the speech, although it was later censored from an official Palace transcript, replaced simply with a dash.

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Source: Fox News

Philippine's Duterte orders female communist fighters shot in the genitals, reports say

Wednesday 06:06 GMT

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte last week bragged that he had ordered troops to shoot female communist fighters in their vaginas, according to multiple reports, triggering a wave of criticism against the strongman when the remark was published Monday.

Duterte has reportedly said he would not mind being imprisoned by the ICC as long as he was allowed conjugal visits from more than one women.

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Source: CBS News

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte slammed over threat to shoot rebels in the genitals

Wednesday 17:20 GMT

Human rights groups condemned the Philippine president on Tuesday for saying that troops should shoot female communist rebels in the genitals to render them "useless," which they said could encourage sexual violence and war crimes. The left-wing group Karapatan said President Rodrigo Duterte "has distinguished himself as a frothing-in-the-mouth fascist who incites the worst violations of international humanitarian law."

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Source: NBC News

Philippine President Duterte should not be taken 'seriously, but not literally,' spokesman says

Wednesday 22:47 GMT

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte should be taken seriously, but not literally, his spokesman said on Tuesday, after the controversial leader drew criticism for saying he once ordered soldiers to shoot female Maoist insurgents in the genitals.

"I have been saying again and again, do not take the president literally but take him seriously," presidential spokesman Harry Roque told reporters. Roque said the context of Duterte's Feb. 7 remarks was that he was angry that communist insurgents had betrayed his trust and forced a peace process with the government to collapse.


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