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"War on drugs does not work" - UN expert

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  • sargosargo got balls PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    "war on drugs does not work" - Dutete knows this. he learned it a few months ago. he has admitted he has failed to eradicate illegal drugs in 3 months, 6 months. and he has asked for an extension to 1 year and the latest, 6 years.

    [tweet]

    Dutete in many occasions have known this is what his administration is - #GobyernongJokeLang

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  • sargosargo got balls PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
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    In her opening speech, Callamard said that waging a war on drugs will not solve the problem, but only makes matters worse with compound problems such as torture, violence, and a spate of extrajudicial killings.

    Callamard said the experience of other governments’ war on drugs has only bred violence through escalated or “compound problems” such as “killings extrajudicial or by criminal gangs; the break-down of the rule of law; vigilante crimes; torture, ill-treatment and sexual violence; prolonged pre-trial detention; mandatory sentencing and disproportionately long sentences for drug possession; detention in drug and rehabilitation centers without trial or a proper evaluation of drug dependency; and non-consensual experimental treatment.”[/#]



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  • elBartoloelBartolo Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Brought to you by LP. Next.
  • FrigidFrigid Member PEx Rookie ⭐
    Singapore's top diplomat in the UK Michael Teo defended Singapore's harsh drug laws by pointing to the country's lower rates for drug use.

    "8.2% of the UK population are cannabis abusers; in Singapore it is 0.005%. For ecstasy, the figures are 1.8% for the UK and 0.003% for Singapore; and for opiates - such as heroin, opium and morphine - 0.9% for the UK and 0.005% for Singapore," claimed Teo. "We do not have traffickers pushing drugs openly in the streets, nor do we need to run needle exchange centres."
  • kafamzkafamz CavsNo1fan PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Saan po expert si Callamard? Pakiexplain po.
  • ImpenneteriImpenneteri  PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    The same expert who said this

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    Ah. So nasa matinong pag-iisip pala yung mga hinayupak na addict na nang rape ng mga 2 years (even infants for [email protected]'s sake) old tapos sinaksak ng ilang beses.

    Pagsinghot ng Rugby nga lang kaya na gumawa ng mga bata ng krimen shabu pa kaya.

    Pa tirahin kaya natin to ng shabu.

    Pareho pala kayong naka droga Sargo eh. :lol:
  • PorkChop :o)PorkChop :o) Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    sargo care to comment on the video? intellectually please...


  • PorkChop :o)PorkChop :o) Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    The same expert who said this

    [tweet]

    Ah. So nasa matinong pag-iisip pala yung mga hinayupak na addict na nang rape ng mga 2 years (even infants for [email protected]'s sake) old tapos sinaksak ng ilang beses.

    Pagsinghot ng Rugby nga lang kaya na gumawa ng mga bata ng krimen shabu pa kaya.

    Pa tirahin kaya natin to ng shabu.

    Pareho pala kayong naka droga Sargo eh. :lol:

    hahaha tangenang yan! its all in the state of mind daw hahahahaha..


    pinanganak na daw baliw ang mga yan hahahaha
  • elBartoloelBartolo Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Teka, daka droga ba to? Mga expert daw o :rotflmao:
  • crookedhalocrookedhalo Member PExer
    For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot shared CNN Philippines's live video.
    10 hrs ·

    Callamard OVERSTEPPED her mandate! The Philippines should send a protest to the UN.


    [fbvideo]https://www.facebook.com/forthemotherlandph/videos/450590038639981/[/fbvideo]
  • crookedhalocrookedhalo Member PExer
    For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot
    10 hrs ·

    Chito Gascon said that if a Special Rapporteur isn't invited, he/she can go on an "academic mission," which allows him/her to come even if not invited by the government.

    Here are the specific mandates of Agnes Callamard:

    a) Transmits urgent appeals to Governments and other actors with regard to individuals reported to be at risk of imminent extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, as well as communications on past alleged cases of extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions (see Individual Complaints);

    b) Undertakes country visits to examine the situation of extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions in the respective country, and to formulate recommendations to the Government and other actors on upholding the right to life;

    c) Submits annual reports to the Human Rights Council and the General Assembly on the activities of the mandate and on the situation worldwide in regard to extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions and his recommendations for more effective action to combat this phenomenon.

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    Nasaan ang ACADEMIC MISSION na clearly POLITICALLY PARTISAN ang nature???!?
  • crookedhalocrookedhalo Member PExer
    For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot
    9 hrs ·

    Special Rapporteurs are mandated to "uphold the highest standards of...impartiality."

    Agnes. Oh, Agnes.
  • elBartoloelBartolo Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Seryosong tanong: Sargo and company, ano sa tingin nyo? "there is no evidence Shabu leads to violence or causes brain damage [#]Philippines[/#] drug policy forum"
  • kafamzkafamz CavsNo1fan PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Hahahahaha. Expert nga yata sa pangsinghot ng shabu.

    :rotflmao::rotflmao::rotflmao:
  • kafamzkafamz CavsNo1fan PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Ang masaklap dito hindi ihyhype ng media yang sinasabi ni agnes na hindi masama ang Shabu sa isip at violencia.
  • crookedhalocrookedhalo Member PExer
    For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot
    9 hrs ·

    From Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella


    On UN Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard’s PH Visit


    We are aware that Dr. Callamard is currently in the Philippines and we are disappointed that, in not contacting our government in advance of this visit, she has sent a clear signal that she is not interested in getting an objective perspective on the issues that are the focus of her responsibility.

    On September 26, 2016 we sent a letter to Dr. Callamard congratulating her on her appointment as UN Special Rapporteur and in that letter we issued an invitation for her to visit the Philippines to meet with members of our government and others to get our perspective on the drug menace confronting our country and the efforts of law enforcement and others to address that challenge within the means allowed by Philippine law.

    Our hope at that time was that Dr. Callamard would accept this invitation as part of a commitment to carry out her new responsibilities in a manner that was objective and fair to all perspectives on this important issue.

    The fact that Dr. Callamard did not respond to our invitation showed that she would not be approaching her review of allegations concerning our country objectively or comprehensively.

    That assessment has been reinforced by the fact that Dr. Callamard has arrived in the Philippines in a manner that circumvents all recognized United Nations protocols for such visits and, more importantly, at the very time our government has a senior-level delegation traveling to Geneva to meet with officials of the Office of the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights as part of the 3rd Cycle of the Universal Period Review of the Philippines and the issue of human rights.

    Our position is very clear, if Dr. Callamard is committed to ensuring due process to our government and a truly objective assessment of our record on an issue of tremendous importance to our nation, she should be in Geneva meeting with our representatives.

    The fact that we issued an invitation to Dr. Callamard to visit the Philippines makes it clear that we respected her as a professional and we very much wanted her to see the situation on the ground first-hand and engage in an exchange of views with officials in our government to understand our position on the issue of human rights and the progress being made in the Philippines.

    Her actions since then, and the circumstances surrounding her current visit, have made it clear that Dr. Callamard is not approaching her assignment professionally or objectively. This is a matter we have asked our representatives at the United Nations to take up with their United Nations counterparts and it is something our delegation in Geneva will certainly be raising during their current visit.


    Our commitment to carrying out the President’s social justice agenda remains as strong as our commitment to ensuring that our nation is freed from the damage done daily to millions of our people by the proliferation of illegal drugs throughout our country. The goals associated with these commitments are complementary and the efforts to achieve them are being carried out in a manner that respects our laws.
  • crookedhalocrookedhalo Member PExer
    For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot
    8 hrs ·

    This was the last tweet of Callamard about the PH.

    She already violated the code of conduct which states that: 1) She should uphold the highest standards of IMPARTIALITY

    2) to "always seek to establish the facts, based on objective, reliable information emanating from relevant credible sources, that they have duly cross-checked to the best extent possible;"

    How could she "cross-checked" them if she hasn't investigated it yet? Yet even without an IMPARTIAL investigation, she has been repeatedly issuing statements via he official twitter as a Special Rapporteur that already blame the government.



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    For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot
    8 hrs ·

    Using her official twitter as a Special Rapporteur, on November 22, 2016, Callamard endorsed NAKPhilippines, an anti-EJK NGO led by Fr. Amado Picardal, the priest in Davao who was pinning Duterte on vigilante killings in Davao.

    Callamard is mandated to observe the highest standard of IMPARTIALITY...


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  • crookedhalocrookedhalo Member PExer
    For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot
    2 hrs ·

    Sabi ng London School of Economics' International Drug Policy Program director John Collins na "slightly manufactured crisis" daw ang drug problem sa Pilipinas kasi raw 5.2 daw ang global average ng addiction. Sa Pilipinas daw eh, kung 4 million daw ang user, 2.3 % lang daw iyan. Mababa daw sa 5.2%.

    [email protected] ba itong si Collins? Hihintayin niyang maging 5.2% sa Pilipinas? Ilang millions ang hihintayin niyang maging crystal meth users bago kikilos? Another 2.3% increase would mean an additional 4 million crystal meth users! And wala pa rin tayo sa 5.2% na average! Bangag ba ito si Collins?!

    Wow ha! And Cynthia Patag is celebrating Collins' rebuttal!
  • crookedhalocrookedhalo Member PExer
    For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot
    1 hr ·

    Oi Pilipinas according to John Collins ng London School of Economics na kasama niyang sa Agnes Callamard itigil niyo iyang war on drugs, hindi raw crisis ang 4 million crystal meth users...maghintay raw kayong maging 10 million iyan...
  • crookedhalocrookedhalo Member PExer
    For the Motherland - Sass Rogando Sasot
    1 hr ·

    Where did John Collins of the London School of Economics got the number?

    According to the Data of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime the best estimate of global average of Amphetamine use is 0.7%. The best estimate of amphetamine use in the Philippines is 2.13%!

    So how is it a "slightly manufactured crisis"? We are way beyond the global average!!!


    https://data.unodc.org/

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