Triad supplying drugs toPH is based in Taiwan,not China

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Duterte: Triad supplying illegal drugs to PH is based in Taiwan, not China


The Bamboo Triad, which is based in Taiwan, not China, is the organized-crime group that has been supplying illegal drugs to the Philippines, according to President Rodrigo Duterte.

Duterte made the revelation in a speech he made on Tuesday at the 120th anniversary celebration of the Department of Justice at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC).

“Itong drugs ngayon, it’s been operated by the 14K, Bamboo Triad,” he said. “They have taken over. They are cooking the shabu in the high seas. Tapos itatapon. Nakita mo sa Region 1, mga bins na empty na may Chinese character. It’s actually from Taiwan at lahat na.”

“I cannot blame the Chinese government or the people,” he added.

Duterte continued his revelation in another speech he made later, this time at the Manila Hotel at the 56th anniversary celebration of the Philippine Constitution Association (Philconsa).

“The Philippines today is a client state of the Bamboo Triad,” he said. “They have taken over the operations… Sad to say, the Chinese. But I do not mean the country and people in a sense that most of them are really into this kind of business.”

“I said they have decided to go international,” he added.“Philippines is a transshipment of shabu to America and it behooves upon America to work closely with the Republic of the Philippines, especially on this serious matter.”

The President said the Philippines was in trouble because it had been “flooded with drugs.”
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  • buddywbuddyw Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
  • NilsNils Hunter PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    https://thenanfang.com/bamboo-gang-heavenly-way-alliance-four-seas-gang-world-taiwans-triads/

    Mukhang meron namang Taiwan triad na tinatawag na Bamboo Gang or United Bamboo na tinatawag ah. Mali bang tawagin itong Bamboo Triad?
  • extremelyextremely Dakilang Meron PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    dapat ang tinanong ang mga representatives ng Taiwan hindi Chinese Ambassador para malaman kung imbento ba...
  • rightright Member PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    When asked about the president's source of information and if it has already been verified by the country's intelligence services, Lorenzana said that he was not "privy" to the information.
    "Noon ko rin lang narinig yan from the president," he told Philstar.com in a text message, adding that the queries should be directed at the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency or the Dangerous Drugs Board.
    http://m.philstar.com/782974/show/aad9f25ba2623f6159a1be8cc7b666b6/

    this is not the first time that the Secretary of Defense did not bother to sugarcoat the statements of the bumbling idiot in malacanang. unlike abella, the secdef does not choose his words carefully, a sign that he is not there to simply please the president.

    he should have simply stated that the question is best directed at the PDEA. but no, he had to emphasize that noon lang din niya narinig yun from the president, a subtle way of saying that he's not sure where the [email protected] does his boss get his information. :lol:

    oh well, if you are a certified dutertard you dont want a secdef who does not kiss digong's @ss.
  • BeerhandBopBeerhandBop I Am WHIP PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    [email protected] anong tawag doon sa shipment ng shabu?

    mga ka dds lang naman kasiong ang mga utak dlawan e.
  • buddywbuddyw Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Taipei asks Duterte admin for proof of Taiwan-based Bamboo triad

    Taiwan on Wednesday asked the Philippine government to provide information and evidence on the alleged Taiwanese drug cartel referred to by President Rodrigo Duterte as the major supplier of illegal narcotics in the country.

    Taking note of Duterte's statement, Taiwan’s representative to the Philippines Gary Song-Huann Lin said he has already “requested our related agencies in Taipei to look into and investigate this matter.”

    “We also urged the Philippines to provide information and evidence through mutual legal assistance mechanisms and channels, through these information and evidence,” Lin said in a statement.

    Lin said Taiwan was committed to strengthen its anti-drug cooperation with the Philippines.

    Taiwan has no formal diplomatic relations with the Philippines in deference to the One-China Policy, which prevents countries from recognizing the self-ruling democratic island as a state. It is represented in the Philippines by the Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office (TECO).

    In his speech on Tuesday night at the 120th anniversary of the Department of Justice, Duterte blamed a so-called Taiwan-based 14K Bamboo triad for supplying illegal drugs into the country.

    Duterte made the claim even after Philippine authorities recently intercepted a P6.4-billion drug shipment from China to Manila early this year.

    The drug syndicate, according to Duterte, cooks methamphetamine in the high seas and uses the Philippines as a transshipment point.

    Lin denied that Taiwan is the source of drugs in the Philippines.

    “Taiwan do not export drugs to this country,” Lin said.

    The Taiwanese official cited data by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency stating that 50.7 per cent of the drugs seized in 2015 were manufactured in the Philippines, with only 8.75 per cent were smuggled from foreign countries while the remaining drugs cannot be traced.

    “Between 2011 and 2015, the Philippines apprehended 61,303 drug suspects, only 112 were foreigners, and only 0.04% or 24 were Taiwanese,” Lin said.

    Several personalities, including the son of Duterte, Davao Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte, have been linked to the illegal shipment from China and other alleged drug smuggling activities - an accusation denied by Paolo.

    Some lawmakers critical of Duterte, whose war on drugs has claimed thousands of lives, questioned how the shipment cleared China’s Customs.

    China branded these speculations as “false reports.” Its embassy in Manila stated that its anti-narcotics cooperation with the Philippines has always been on a “good track” and stressed that China’s customs was the one that tipped off Filipino authorities on the P6.4-billion drug shipment.

    Such accusations, China warned, would have a “negative affect” on deepening cooperation between the two countries on drug control.
  • NilsNils Hunter PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    right wrote: »
    When asked about the president's source of information and if it has already been verified by the country's intelligence services, Lorenzana said that he was not "privy" to the information.
    "Noon ko rin lang narinig yan from the president," he told Philstar.com in a text message, adding that the queries should be directed at the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency or the Dangerous Drugs Board.
    http://m.philstar.com/782974/show/aad9f25ba2623f6159a1be8cc7b666b6/

    this is not the first time that the Secretary of Defense did not bother to sugarcoat the statements of the bumbling idiot in malacanang. unlike abella, the secdef does not choose his words carefully, a sign that he is not there to simply please the president.

    he should have simply stated that the question is best directed at the PDEA. but no, he had to emphasize that noon lang din niya narinig yun from the president, a subtle way of saying that he's not sure where the [email protected] does his boss get his information.:lol:

    So bakit nga si Lorenzana ang tinanong ng media at hindi ang PDEA? Drugs ba ang responsibility ng Department of Defense?
    oh well, if you are a certified dutertard you dont want a secdef who does not kiss digong's @ss.

    meron bang call na tanggalin si lorenzana?
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  • buddywbuddyw Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Duterte not blaming Taiwan for drug trade, says Palace

    President Duterte is not blaming any country for the proliferation in the Philippines of illegal drugs which were brought here by criminal groups, Malaca?ang said on Thursday.

    Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella said, ?(Mr. Duterte) did say that he was not blaming any particular country, but that there was organized crime that was behind all this drug traffic. And he did refer to Bamboo triad.?

    Abella issued the statement after Taiwan denied any knowledge of illegal drug exports to the Philippines. The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (Teco) also asked the administration to provide information on the gang that was supposedly bringing in the narcotics.

    Teco serves as Taiwan?s de facto embassy in Manila in the absence of diplomatic relations with the Philippines.

    Mr. Duterte said in a speech on Tuesday that the Philippines was a ?client state? of the Bamboo triad, apparently referring to the Bamboo gang, the Taiwan-based organized crime group linked to criminal activities, including drug trafficking.

    The President also said the Philippines was being used as a transshipment point for drugs brought to the United States and urged the latter to work with the country to address the matter.

    Abella surmised that Mr. Duterte had ?credible international sources? to back up his statements.

    As for Taiwan?s request for information, he said the President had to be told about this, ?and if he finds it necessary, he will respond.?

    The Philippines has a one-China policy and maintains diplomatic ties with Beijing, which considers Taiwan its province.

    Manila has cultural ties with Taipei and maintains the Manila Economic and Cultural Office in the Taiwanese capital.
    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/934178/duterte-not-blaming-taiwan-for-drug-trade-says-palace
  • AquamanAquaman Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Tuta ng China si Panginoon Tae.

    Sinabihan lang sya ng China na sisihin ang Taiwan. Alam naman ng lahat na kaaway ng China ang Taiwan.

    At alam ng lahat sinungaling ang tuta ng China.
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  • buddywbuddyw Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    ‘Ang alam ko walang Bamboo Triad’ – Lacson

    Hindi pamilyar si Senador Panfilo Lacson sa diumano’y Bamboo Triad na inuugnay ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte na sinasabing nagpupuslit ng iligal na droga sa bansa.

    “Ang pagkaalam ko walang Bamboo Triad. United Bamboo Gang ito sa Taiwan. Pag pinag-usapan natin… also known as 14K … ‘di ko ma-recall pero rival mafia sa Hongkong. Mostly ang Bamboo Gang and Hongkong Triad, drugs, prostitution, mga criminal acts doon sila naka-focus at hanggang ngayon meron pang ganyan although ang ibang activities nila nag-legal na sila, may establishment na sila pag-aari pero existing pa rin ang Bamboo Gang and 14K,” ayon kay Lacson.

    “Maybe nagkaroon ng mix up kasi pag sinabi mong Bamboo ng Taiwan, Bamboo Gang ‘yan. Iba ang kahulugan ng triad at gang,” dagdag pa nito.

    Giit naman ng Senador, dapat ang Pangulo ay may reliable sources na makapagbibigay sa kanya ng impormasyon sa bentahan ng iligal na droga, ayon sa ulat ng GMA.

    “Remember nang sinabi niya Taiwan ang nagpaparating dito ng shabu ang 604 kilos sa Valenzuela may Taiwanese and Chinese na involved doon,” ani Lacson.

    Hiniling naman ng gobyerno ng Taiwan sa Pilipinas na maglabas ng impormasyon at ebidensya sa diumano’y Taiwanese drug cartel na sinasabi ni Duterte bilang major supplier ng iligal na droga sa bansa.

    Nilinaw naman ng Malacañang na hindi sinisisi ni Duterte ang ibang bansa sa pagpasok ng shabu sa bansa.
    http://balita.definitelyfilipino.com/posts/2017/09/ang-alam-ko-walang-bamboo-triad-lacson/
  • buddywbuddyw Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Duterte not blaming any country for drug trade, Palace clarifies

    President Rodrigo Duterte is not blaming any country over the illegal drug trade in the Philippines, Malaca?ang clarified on Thursday.

    ?As per his interview I think yesterday with?he has a TV interview I think yesterday?he did say that he was not blaming any particular country, but that there was organized crime that was behind all this drug traffic. And he referred?he did refer to Bamboo Triad,? Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella told reporters in a briefing.

    In a speech on Tuesday, Duterte linked the drug trade in the Philippines to the Bamboo Triad, a group he said is to blame instead of the Chinese government for the illegal narcotics supply in the country.

    "Itong drugs ngayon, it's been operated by the 14K, Bamboo Triad. They have taken over. They are cooking the shabu on the high seas. Tapos itatapon. Nakita mo sa Region 1, mga bins na empty na may Chinese character. It's actually from Taiwan at lahat na," Duterte said.

    Abella maintained Duterte had solid bases in saying that the ?14K? and ?Bamboo? triads have taken over the drug operations in the country.

    ?I?m assuming that the Bamboo Triad are of Chinese ethnicity. They?re not?they?re Chine?they may be Chinese nationals, but they?re not government-sponsored. I think that?s what has to be cleared,? he later added.

    Taiwan has asked the Philippine government to provide information and evidence on the alleged Taiwanese drug cartel referred to by Duterte as the major supplier of illegal narcotics in the country.

    While Duterte's pronouncements were unclear about the exact nature of the Bamboo triad, the South China Morning Post in 2015 reported about the Taiwan-based United Bamboo triad gang, which they linked to Hong Kong's 14K triad. SCMP said that United Bamboo triad, considered as one of the world?s largest organized crime group, was based in Taiwan. http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news/nation/627579/duterte-not-blaming-any-country-for-drug-trade-palace-clarifies/story/?utm_source=GMANews&utm_medium=Facebook&utm_campaign=news
  • parvus1202parvus1202 Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Kinang inang na mga China at Taiwan na ito eh totoo naman na sa kanila galing mga droga. Puro nationals nila nahuhuling mga big time producers.
  • gotta lick itgotta lick it Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    buddyw wrote: »

    Taiwanese daw pero galing sa China yun shabu.





    Ambassador Zhao doing a DuDirty. Fake News, Fake News for the feeble minded dutertards. but to think about it, he has being doing it for a long time. these chinese will say something and do the reverse.
  • reppstripesreppstripes Member PExer
    Unlike Hong Kong which has a dedicated organized crime bureau under their police force, global crime syndicates are not publicly talked about in the Philippines. Yes they are that powerful, and dangerous.
  • joerizjoeriz Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Taiwan as escape goat so the dragon tattoo will not be a connection anymore! Wa-is ang mga kurapt!
  • xpopcornxxpopcornx Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Totoo naman ang sinabi ni Digong na mga Chinese and Taiwanese Gangsters ang source ng droga sa Pinas with the connivance of the PH drug syndicates. T4nga lang talaga kayong mga Dilawan. :)
  • NilsNils Hunter PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    xpopcornx wrote: »
    Totoo naman ang sinabi ni Digong na mga Chinese and Taiwanese Gangsters ang source ng droga sa Pinas with the connivance of the PH drug syndicates. T4nga lang talaga kayong mga Dilawan. :)
    Actually, mukhang nababago ang stand ko dito. Malamang tama ang mga dilawan na mali si Digong sa paratang nyang Bamboo Triad nga ang nagdadala ng droga sa Pinas. After all, alam ni Mar kung saan may supply ng droga so malamang alam ng mga dilawan kung sino ang totoong supplier ng shabu na galing sa labas ng bansa. :rotflmao::rotflmao::rotflmao:Mar, paki-confirm nga kung sino yung supplier ng droga dun sa mga outlets na sasamahan mo yung mga gustong bumili!!! :naughty:
  • parvus1202parvus1202 Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Hindi daw alam ng China at Taiwan ang Bamboo Triad, pero iyung ibang triad alam. Kinang inang ninyo.
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