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WATCH: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Confines Unvaccinated Citizens to Their Homes, Says “You Can Die Anytime”


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If you asked Siri what a dictator sounds like during COVID-19, this might be her reply.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte unleashed fury against his citizens who choose not to be Big Pharma lab rats.

Duterte ordered them not to leave their homes and those caught outside their residence will be sent back by police forces.

In his presser, Duterte also mocked and showed outright hatred for unvaccinated Filipinos.

Check it out:

Duterte hates those who desire medical freedom of choice so much that he wishes them to die in front of everyone.

But that’s probably what all these wannabe dictators are thinking when they give press conferences.

However, not many will foolishly say the quiet parts out loud like Duterte.

The problem for Duterte’s brutish statement is that the Philippines has a low vaccination rate and currently doesn’t have the supplies to vaccinate every citizen.

At the time of writing, the Philippines had fully vaccinated 5.8% of its population.

So, 94% of the country is put under house arrest?

Duterte’s tirade could be nothing more than hot air.

India Today reported:

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is warning that Filipinos who refuse to get vaccinated against the coronavirus will not be allowed to leave their homes as a safeguard against the more contagious delta variant.

Duterte said in televised remarks Wednesday night that there is no law mandating such a restriction but added he is ready to face lawsuits to keep people who are “throwing viruses left and right” off the streets.

The brash-talking president adds that for people who don’t want to be vaccinated, “Well, for all I care, you can die anytime.”

However, more than public hesitance, the Philippines has been grappling with vaccine shortages.

Nearly 7 million Filipinos have been fully vaccinated and more than 11 million others have received their first dose. That is a fraction of the government’s target of 60 million to 70 million people.

But for world leaders who have the supplies to vaccinate their entire country, will statements like this embolden them to push harder for vaccine mandates?

How long before an American politician goes this far with their blame the unvaccinated rhetoric?



 

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