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That day, there was euphoria in the air resulting from a successful campaign and the thought that dominated my being was to make good on my promise to the people to bring [about change] --- change in government, not a change that is passing but a change that can survive the test of time. It takes for an American to say that I’m a son of a b****. In the Philippines, it is really an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. That’s the advantage of criminals and rebels and terrorists because they think that you are afraid to die. Eh ayaw naman ninyong ibigay, di hanggang ngayon, andiyan pa iyong EDSA. But anyway, since, I could not get any funding, I traveled to China and make friends with them. They said if your Congress has no money, we will give you the money and China has committed to build two bridges to span Pasig River free of charge.Although I still had to know the magnitude and gravity of the problems, my feeling then was that, equipped with political will and braced by a concerned citizenry, those problems would eventually be bested by us. It has to be a change that is not confined merely to the replacement of people by people, but a change in the people’s attitude, disposition and work ethic. And it takes for an American to say, “Oh you’re great. That’s why when I went to Marawi, I was asked by the media, “Why are you here? ‘Pag sinabi mong, “Gusto kong mamatay.” Anak ka ng… This bully, you know I had dinner with them sa Bayan. Talagang bully ako especially to the enemies of the state, talagang bully ako. [Applause] So that you will be comfortable in crossing Pasig.It was only a matter of determination and collective action. For as I saw it then as I see it now, there is no problem in the world which can stop the march of a people with unflinching and tenacious determination. Early on, I felt that if change was to be meaningful, it had to start with those occupying the highest positions in government because change that comes from below is more transitory than permanent. Sadly, although we knew years ago that what was needed or ought to do, we did not do [them] because our idea of government was parochial and we could not rise above family, ethnic and clan loyalties as well as loyalty to friends and co-workers. That is why we are one in saying that genuine change is what this country truly needs. You’re a hero in your country.” O saan ako pumunta dito ngayon? Takutin na, “He will be prosecuted.” Hoy, abogado ako because I will… ” “I am here because my soldiers are here and I came here to die also.” [applause] Because any battle, any fierce encounter, you have to be of equal equanimity. Itong NDF because I used to be friends really with the NDF. Ako ‘yung nakakapasok sa teritoryo and we were friends really. [applause] Ito pa, sabi ko sa mga sundalo, ‘yung mga human rights na ano, you are flying everywhere, anywhere ‘yung mga utak ninyo. This media – lalo na itong ABS – kunin lang ‘yang, “kill them.” [laughter] ’Yan ang problema ninyo kaya minura ko kayo. Well anyway, all of these strategic road and transport projects shall go to naught if we cannot free our streets, which continue to be obstructed by illegally parked vehicles. [Laughter] These reforms are designed to be pro-poor, especially when the people understand how the revenues will be spent.I believed then, as I believe still, that progress and development will sputter if criminals, illegal drugs, illegal users of drugs are allowed to roam the streets freely, victimizing seeming with impunity, the innocent and the helpless. [laughter] It is time for us to fulfill our mandate to protect our people from these crimes that have victimized… Sabi ko nga, everybody is entitled to come here and question me, but I have to question you also. We go to court and we tell the judge that we are hearing by an international body, can we have it judicially recorded? Gusto siyang mamatay, eh ‘di gusto ko ring mamatay. But times have changed because God placed me here and I take care of a Republic. I said, “Take no prisoners.” Which is [garbled] – “kill them”. Walang Presidente na p*******i** kayo because you are not behaving. [applause and cheers] When you publish in the newspaper or quote us in media, itong mga reporters would only quote “kill them.” I said, “Kill them in a fight. Iyong EDSA na iyan, traffic obstructions and undisciplined drivers who stop in the middle of the road, and unsanctioned barriers in some areas. The passage of the Tax Reform Law is needed to fund the proposed 2018 budget which I am submitting here and today.[applause] To the critics against this fight, your efforts will be better spent if you use the influence, moral authority and ascendancy of your organizations over your respective sectors to educate the people on the evils of illegal drugs instead of condemning the authorities and unjustly blaming for every killing that bloodies this country. It is like cracking the acorn from which an oak tree grows - which, in turn, produce the seeds to complete the cycle of [life in] perpetuity. There are beasts and vultures preying on the helpless, the innocent [and] the unsuspecting. When you talk about an incident, talk about it, then condemn, condemn the police. I could not be brighter than you and my work is not more important or your vocation is not less than mine. Then the staff of the President, then Obama.“I would like to remind Mr. To this end, my Cabinet approved the National Broadband Plan of 2017 to begin the work of bringing affordable internet access to every community and improving broadband connectivity in the country.I will not allow the ruin of the youth, the disintegration of families and the retrogression of communities, forced by criminals whose greed for money is as insatiable as it is devoid of moral purpose. But do not connect it with due process and human rights. But when you talk in public carry the proper message. Eh kayo man ang front sa pa-ganun-ganun, eh ‘pag may namatay diyan na maraming massacre, ni-rape mga babae, bata, hindi kayo umiimik. Tingnan mo ang puti, panahon ni Obama, una ‘yung spokesman ng State Department. We have also installed free Wi Fi internet in almost 400 public places around the country. [Applause] will use them to access important information and services.Here is the full text of Duterte's speech, as provided by the Malacañang. When I was a member of Congress, I – my seat was over there. The lady with a violent – not violent but rather violet dress – seated. Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III and the members of the Senate; Pantaleon Alvarez, the Speaker and the members of the House of Representatives; Vice President Maria Leonor Robredo; Former Presidents Fidel Ramos, Joseph Estrada, and former President Gloria Arroyo; Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno of the Supreme Court and the members of courts; Archbishop Pinto and the distinguished guests of the diplomatic corps; Secretary Salvador Medialdea and the members of the Cabinet; my fellow workers in government; my countrymen. Ngayon, paano ngayon i-nine mo ‘yung – palabas mo itong nine we are about to hit six or so, sabi nila. And the thrust of that Revised Penal Code, ladies and gentlemen, is the essence of retribution. There is also the word “positivist theory” that you can nurture a criminal into goodness provided he goes to prison for two years, three years, he’s released, he’s a sex offender. You are so too lenient about this son of a b****, a human being that has a virulent brain and his enemy is society. No one has ever fathomed how a person would react especially in committing crimes. He was our valedictorian in the law class, talagang mahusay.
The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) has assigned sign language interpreter for those with auditory impairment. Ang aming – our criminal system uses the Revised Penal Code. We shall complete strategic road and bridge projects and some of the road sections shall be widened and improved to address the worsening traffic. You are pushing for---you know, when I became President, EDSA was already horrendous as it was a horror of the other administrations.
Worse yet, there were times in the past when the protectors of the people were themselves the perpetrators of the very crimes they were tasked to prevent or suppress. I have learned that economy surges only when there is peace and order prevailing in places where investors can pour [in] their capital and expertise. You know, huwag ninyo akong takot-takutin niyang preso ‘yung international court of justice. They say that they use the name of God, and the Christians say, “we have the same thing.” I read the Ecclesiastes 3. Even during elections, there is a time to be great and a time for defeat. If you have to shoot them, shoot them at the heart or the head.” Sabi ko. Because they will be detained here in Marawi, wala tayong presuhan. I am directing the MMDA and the LGUs of Metro Manila, as well as the LGUs of Metro Cebu and all our regional centers to ensure the free flow of traffic, and immediately clear our roads and thoroughfares of all unnecessary obstruction, including vehicles parked on the streets/barriers. We might get some money also from China and we’ll have new airports in the coming days and we are now accelerating the implementation of the communications, navigations, surveillance and air traffic managements system projects which will result the on-time arrivals, departures better managed air traffic, reduced flight operational cost and safer and more convenient travel experience. The poor and vulnerable are at the heart of my tax reform.
I have learned from my experience in Davao City that investor confidence [is] bolstered and fortified only if a potent force and mechanism for [the] protection of local and foreign investments are in place. S***, I am willing to go to prison for the rest of my life. [applause] Alam mo kasi in this country it is a rule of majority. A time to be in the skies, emblazoned there and a time to be [inaudible] somebody. A time to just walk so many kilometers to school and a time for graduation and being a lawyer. [laughter] ngayon, and the courts will always insist that they will be – that’s the law – that they will be tried and detained in the place where they committed the crime. [Applause] Sanctioned by the government, and penalize all traffic obstructionists regardless of stature – sometimes, hindi mo maano diyan, because the police, it’s a Cabinet member. And I do not want you parking there, when there’s no parking. Revenues are the life blood of government which enables us to provide for the people’s needs. I call on the Senate so support my tax reform in full and to pass it without haste. Your support would ensure that the benefits of the tax reform can be felt immediately by them.
[applause] That is why I ask you to join me in this fight against illegal drugs and all forms of criminality. Finally, let me make this appeal to those directly engaged in mining. The switch to digital from analog transmission will not only give a better TV viewing experience but also provide effective and reliable information to Filipinos in times of calamities.
The government, equipped with legal authority, and you, with the moral ascendancy over the sector you represent, can do so much, and hopefully eradicate this social scourge that plagues us no end. Declare your correct income [and] pay your correct taxes. Pero pagka sinabi ko upakan kita, upakan talaga kita. While we can control the acts of man, no one can control [or] stop the fury and rampage of weather gone wild. The government-owned Salaam Digital TV, the first Muslim TV in the Philippines, is now already on test broadcasting.