It's been more than a year now since Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte promised to eradicate what he claims is the country's pandemic drug problem. However, Filipinos has different opinions on the war against drugs of this administration. Some were satisfied while other are not.
Through Sasot's Facebook post, you'll see who among the two presidents is more effective in drug war.
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Kindly read her full statement below.
FIVE YEARS UNDER HACIENDERO OF TARLAC
VS. ONE YEAR UNDER THE HILLBILLY OF DAVAO
1. DRUG OPERATIONS
The number of drug operations from 2011 to 2015 - 75,608
2011 - 12269
2012 - 9885
2012 - 11474
2013 - 11474
2014 - 16939
2015 - 25041
Drug operations from July 1, 2016 to July 26, 2017 - 68,214
90% of drug operations conducted under FIVE YEARS of the administration of the haciendero of Tarlac were accomplished by the hillbilly of Davao in just his first year.
2. KG of shabu seized
From 2011-2015 = 2093.9 KG
2011 - 254
2012 - 2*
2013 - 835.8
2015 - 260
(*interdicted at entry points; no figure on total kg seized))
From July 1, 2016 to July 26, 2017 = 2,445 KG
What the haciendero seized in 5 years, the hillbilly seized in just 1 year.
Under the haciendero of Tarlac,
Odicta's - the drug lords of Iloilo were alive, operating their shabu business undisturbed
Kerwin Espinosa freely does his business
No one cares about Peter Lim
The Parojinogs were alive and kicking, narco-mayors aren't aprehended
Herbert Colanggo, drug lord operating Bilibid, was able to record an album, hold a concert, and win an award
Under the first year of the hillbilly of Davao, Odicta's are dead. Kerwin in jail. Peter Lim is being arraigned and fears for his life. At least the following narco-mayors are dead: Dimaukom, Espinosa, and Parojinog.
# of police dead and wounded in drug operations under the haciendero? No data.
Under the hillbilly, 68 killed and 184 wounded.
So as per Pangilinan's standard, anong mas kapanipaniwalang neutralization efforts of drug syndicates?