Apr 4, 2017

Canadian political expert says Duterte's war on drugs is showing great results

Canadian political analyst and commentator Amir Assadollahi in his Facebook page said that the War against drugs by President Rodrigo Duterte has been showing great results.

Assadollahi said this in line with the recent busting of drug operations in Tondo, Manila last Saturday, wherein 100 million pesos worth of shabu was confiscated.



Assadollahi said that the only problem is that mainstream media that are owned by cropped political and economic oligarchs have shown it to be otherwise.

He said foreign investments are increasing in the country, and some countries even opt to build embassies in PH, feeling a lot safer now that Duterte is in charge.

"That means that the Philippines is becoming to have stronger economic growth and foriegn investment, bilateral and multilateral economic agreements will continue to expand and grow," he said.

As of the moment, Oplan Tokhang is ongoing and according to the numbers released by the police, the government has conducted 40,982 anti-drug operations from July 1 last year to January 7 this year. The police killed 2,206 drug personalities during this period while 44,070 were arrested.

Police have visited 6,097,672 houses. The police reported too that 1,020,244 people surrendered to authorities in the past six months. More than 940,000 of those who surrendered are drug users while about 75,000 are pushers.



Below is the full post of Mr. Amir Assadollahi:

The "War of illegal Drugs, Criminality and Corruption" that has been coined by the Philippines has been showing great results. 

Though some mainstream media outlets owned by the cropped political and economic oligarchs have portrayed it as otherwise!

We have been seeing the amount of and type of foreign investment in the Philippines increasing and some countries now feel safe enough to open embassies in the Philippines that they did not have before! 

That means that the Philippines is becoming to have stronger economic growth and foreign investment, bilateral and multilateral economic agreements will continue to expand and grow.

Amir Assadollahi
A Canadian Political Scientist / Commentator
(just in case the name clouded the judgment of some readers!)

SOURCE: Amir Assadollahi


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