“[Sabihin lang] ng drug lord, ‘F***you,’” an incised Duterte said with expletive-pepperedtirades. “Look at the other countries. Theycontinue to keep a blind eye to the reality of the virulence of drug addiction.Negosyo (iyan). ‘Pag di mo patayin ‘yan, hindi talaga hihinto ‘yan,” said Duterte ina speech during an inauguration ceremony at Sangley Point, Cavite City onSaturday night. Duterte took a swipe again at human rights advocates for what he believes is a soft stance they’re taking on drug criminals during a speech in Sangley Point, Cavite City on Saturday night. PCOO In 2019, the UN human rights bodyapproved a resolution seeking a comprehensive report on Manila’s human rightssituation, including extrajudicial killings under Duterte’s drug war./PN He took a swipe at human rightsadvocates for supposedly taking a soft stance on drug personalities. The President once again lambasted humanrights groups and countries who are criticizing his controversial “war ondrugs.” as he once again lambasted human rights groups and countries who arecriticizing his controversial “war on drugs,” saying that criminals will notstop with the drug trade until they were dead. “‘Pagdi mo talaga (patayin) itong mga hardcore na criminals . . . hindi ‘yanbasta-basta makikinig. Hindi talaga hihinto ‘yan. Hihinto lang ‘yan pag patayna,” the Chief Executive added. MANILA – President Rodrigo Dutertereiterated that the country’s narcotics problem will only come to an end if allcriminals are dead. Since Duterte assumed the presidency in2016, thousands of drug personalities have been killed in anti-narcotics operationsnationwide that drew criticisms from human rights advocates, local andinternational.