"When the government punishes, it's not an individual act. That's approved by God. That's what the Bible says."

Sen. Manny Pacquiao

Sen. Manny Pacquiao

During his first privilege speech in the Senate on August 8, 2016.

 

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"Nag-aantay ako mamatay, eh hindi ako pinatay ng guardian angel ko eh!"

Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago

Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago

During the first of three PiliPinas Debates 2016, the presidential debate hosted by GMA Network, the Philippine Daily Inquirer, and the Commission on Elections
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“Eh sinabi naman niya 'yun noong nakaraang kampanya pa, parating hyperbole 'yan si Presidente, parating exaggerated, just to put his message across.”

DOJ Sec Vitaliano Aguirre II

DOJ Sec Vitaliano Aguirre II

When sought for comment
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PNP Chief Ronald Dela Rosa

PNP Chief Ronald Dela Rosa On PRRD’s awareness on Marcos’ burial at the LNMB

“Alam niya (Duterte) iyan, wala naman tayong espesyal na instruction. Maniguro lang tayo na peaceful yung paglibing, walang gulo na mangyari.”

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"'Yung admission of guilt, unang-una ang liit-liit ko noon. Paano ko ia-admit hindi ko naman alam."

Imee Marcos

Imee Marcos

Saying she cannot admit guilt for the atrocities committed during the martial law
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PDEA Spokesman Derrick Carreon

PDEA Spokesman Derrick Carreon When Reuters asked why almost every police drug encounter ended with a killing

“I guess some cops are just good at shooting. They’re probably good shots.”

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Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella

Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella Tip to the media covering Duterte on Oct. 5.

“Okay, siguro ang mahalaga diyan, is dapat intindihin natin ‘yung word na ‘cut ng ties.’ Sabi niya it’s a possibility that he could, that he might. Hindi ba ‘yun pagkakasabi kanina, ‘might,’ that he might, okay? So but let’s try to use our creative imagination, okay? Huwag tayo masyadong tayong literal.”

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“Old soldiers never die, they will just fade away. I would say, today, my last appearance in this chamber, old politicians never die, they will just fade away. My head was bloody but never bowed.”

Senator Juan Ponce Enrile

Senator Juan Ponce Enrile

During his farewell speech in the Senate on June 6
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Ifugao Rep. Teddy Baguilat

Ifugao Rep. Teddy Baguilat On being a part of the unofficial minority in the House of Representatives

“I’m not saying that by being in the minority, you have to be obstructionist. But you have to be objective. You have to be critical. Like the media, you are the vanguard.”

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Senator Leila de Lima

Senator Leila de Lima During her privilege speech in the Senate on Sept. 20.

“Kung minsan po talaga, ang pinakamahirap gisingin ay ang mga nagpapanggap na tulog.”

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"Ang problema, the road to hell is full of good intentions. It is not the intention, it is the effect. Ang pulis, kung lalabas sila pa ang kontrabida ngayon, baka ang iba umatras."

Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano

Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano

on the Senate inquiry into the drug-related killings
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Communications Secretary Martin Andanar

Communications Secretary Martin Andanar On the recent boo-boos of the PCO

“For me, I’m just a human who makes mistakes, but at least I did not make any mistakes involving money, right? Small things we can [let go] but I’m not saying that our mistakes were small.”

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“For a leader, I am sorry to tell this: President Duterte, my president, our president, that is 20th-century thinking.”

Former president Fidel V. Ramos on PRRD

Former president Fidel V. Ramos on PRRD

Describing the president’s focus on historical atrocities inflicted by the US on the Philippines, during an interview with ANC’s Lynda Jumilia.
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Maia Deguito, Ex-RCBC Branch Manager

Maia Deguito, Ex-RCBC Branch Manager On the money laundering scam

“I am but a pawn in a high-stakes chess game played by giants in international banking and high finance.”

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DUTERTE QOUTES

I will not allow these guys to go to prison. Maski na sabihin ng NBI na murder, eh tutal under naman ng NBI ko. Eh under ko rin ‘yan eh, Department of Justice.

— During the Urban Poor Solidarity Week in Mandaluyong on Dec. 7.
This comes after the NBI filed murder charges against 24 police officer when their probe
found criminal intent and conspiracy to kill Espinosa and Raul Yap.

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“At I must admit that a third of the killings really happened during police encounters. And I know it because I am not trying to said pull my own chair.

“But in Davao I used to do it personally. Just to show to the guys that, if I can do it why can’t you? And I go around in Davao with a motorcycle, with a big bike around and I would just patrol the streets and looking for trouble also. Talagang naghanap ako ng engkwentro para makapatay. Eh ‘yung what happened now is ano…But, if they are…If they say that they are…If I am afraid to stop because of the human rights and guys from, including Obama? Sorry, I am not about to do that.”

         

During the Wallace Business Forum Dinner, Dec. 12

http://www.mindanews.com/duterte-files/2016/12/duterte-transcripts-wallace-business-forum-dinner-12-dec-2016/

“Just because you’re a journalist doesn’t mean you’re exempted from assassination if you’re a son of a bitch.”

–During a press conference in Davao City on May 31.

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/568285/news/nation/duterte-on-murdered-journalists-they-re-corrupt-biased

“Hitler massacred three million (sic) Jews. Now there is three million, there’s a three million drug addict (sic). There are. I’d be happy to slaughter them. At least if Germany had Hitler, the Philippines would have you know, my victims, I would like to be, all criminals to finish the problem of my country and save the next generation from perdition (sic).”

 

–During his arrival speech from Vietnam on Sept. 30

http://news.mb.com.ph/2016/10/02/critics-lost-in-translation-over-dutertes-hitler-comments/

“Just because you’re a journalist doesn’t mean you’re exempted from assassination if you’re a son of a bitch.”

–During a press conference in Davao City on May 31.

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/568285/news/nation/duterte-on-murdered-journalists-they-re-corrupt-biased

“Maybe we’ll just have to decide to separate from the United Nations….Take us out, you have not done anything. When were you here the last time? Never. Except to criticize.”

 

–Threatening to pull out from the United Nations.

http://www.rappler.com/nation/143763-philippines-united-nations-president-rodrigo-duterte-martin-andanar

“Mr. Obama,  you can go to hell. EU, better choose purgatory. Puno na sa impyerno. Bakit ako matakot sa inyo?

–On the United States and the European Union which criticized the administration’s war on drugs.

http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2016/10/05/duterte-tells-obama-go-to-hell.html

“As long as I’m President, these big ‘shabu’ dealers will die and the next batch would really be these mayors. I will call them and lock them up.”

–Warning local chief executives involved in the narcotics trade.

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/860865/duterte-mayors-into-drugs-will-die

“Pag lumabas kayo, putang ina kayo, papatayin ko kayo pag makita ko kaya sa labas.”

–To drug pushers and user, during his homecoming speech at the San Beda College of Law.

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/848238/duterte-to-drug-users-stay-home-or-ill-kill-you-if-i-see-you