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Rodrigo Duterte

Rodrigo Duterte

Rodrigo is 73 years old Philippine politician and current President of the Philippines. He was born on 28th March, 1945 in Maasin, Philippines to Vicente G. Duterte and Soledad Duterte. His father was engaged in politics and served as provincial governor of Davao province whereas mother was a school teacher also serving as a civic leader. He completed his education from Laboon Elementary School, Santa Ana Elementary School and later moved to Lyceum of the Philippines getting his degree in Bachelor of Arts. He also did law degree from San Beda College of Law and then made his mind to go for politics by running for mayor position in 1988. He got re-elected for the same post twice for almost subsequent decades. He also served as vice mayor in 2010 and was well known for his harsh crime-fighting tactics finally resulting for claim of more than 1,000 extrajudicial killings by death squads. He openly supported his methods for “war on drugs” and their results.
Roman Catholic and Human Rights organizations were officially against such bloodshed but he gave his consent on corruption and child abuse matter by the church. Even western governments put forth their views that were negotiated by Duterte as matter of double talk and he moved in to strengthen the ties with China and Russia for arms deal. He strengthened his martial law covering the whole island to safe out the people from the attack of Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS).
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Few months before, he had a slim chance of even remaining in the tight presidential race but economic dissatisfaction, rising crime rates and popular frustration catapulted his fringe candidacy to victory. His work has given the country the world’s fastest growth rates. He as a mayor of Davao City took a tough stance on crime and has turned the wayward municipality into one of the nation’s safest cities. In end, we can say Duterte is a realist in the realm of foreign policy and also made an outstanding contribution to turn over the image of country by making a stock market hit with nine months high.

What is his image in public?

People mostly call him by his nicknames “protector” or “saviour” in his hometown but the popularity not just stops here. He was compared with Donald Trump for his working rhetoric style and again offered the title of “man of the people” on his presidential win in 2016. His image also received criticism from world platform for his stance against Human Rights. Aside from this, he summed up his practices as a measure of his success in war against drugs.

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On his personal life

Duterte got married to a flight attendant, Elizabeth Abellana Zimmerman and became father of three; Paola, Sara and Sebastian. He is now eventually involved with his common-law wife Cielito “Honeylet” Avancena after ending his 27 years old marriage life with Zimmerman. He is also having a daughter from Avancena named Veronica Duterte.

His awards

He received the Knight Grand Cross of Rizal for his work in politics.

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Need an email address

Posted on Dec 05, 2016 at 06:54 PM

Ofelia Acosta says: Please send me President Rodrigo Duterte's email. I don't need any favors from him. I want to give him a favor instead, if he is interested. I will explain when he replies to my email address. Thanks.

Sharing information

Posted on Dec 05, 2016 at 06:14 PM

Quezonia Ozaki says: Dear Mr. President Rodrigo Duterte,

Please my son and I need your help. We are victims of electronic harassment and gang stalking. We are presently living in Japan. My son is Japanese, I am divorced and living with my son.
But Mr. President, that help from the government and also my perseverance, time and effort raise my child as a mother will be a waste if I don't protect him or us from our perpetrators or any destroyer of human that uses electronic harassment and gang stalking. Ruining our mind by controlling it and fills it of depression and anxiety. I have made many researches, looking for someone or groups who has the same situation like us. I am glad to found the group of the Targeted Individual or TI who like us being mind controlled, mind tortured, and more sorts of attacking. I also see clearly and understand our situation when I found Stopeg in Facebook also found out that even here in Japan there are many victims of electronic harassment and gang stalking, and are being mind torture everyday and night continually, not only adult but also innocent children.

A request and suggestion

Posted on Dec 04, 2016 at 02:09 PM

Manny Abuan says: Hello sir,
I am introducing myself to you. I am a retired Senior Chief Boiler Technician, Surface Warfare Specialist from United States Navy and a retired High School teacher teaching Naval Science to High School students throughout the United States of America. My background in public speaking is I was the director of the U.S. Navy Instructor School that certifies all U.S Navy Instructors before they can teach. The formula for outstanding public speaking is VEGA which means Voice, Eye Contact, Gesture, Attitude. In other words you have to articulate which means that you have to speak slowly and clearly syllabicating each letter observing proper accentuation. I have observed almost all your speaking engagement and you are deviating from your prepared format which leads to longer and unplanned statements that you are trying to convey. Sir, to avoid all this I respectfully request to use proper VEGA and please strictly follow your prepared format and you have to articulate clearly and complete your sentences and words so you have an outstanding follow through like when you are playing tennis complete your swing effect.


Posted on Dec 03, 2016 at 04:47 AM

Lambert Sianghio says: Roxas Blvd is it a private property. When will the closure of the highway be stopped for the sake of a fan, sports fest or event? As private motorist, it heavily affects or daily travel time, cost money, delays going to the airport.

Suggestion about staff

Posted on Dec 02, 2016 at 12:03 AM

Marilo Krebs says: Hello Mr. President,

I am wondering if you know that are Philippines Embassy here in Perth and is still closed since May 2016. When will the embassy open? I can be the consular and open the embassy. I believe previous consular Gerry got sick suddenly. Your staff in Canberra are incompetent and rude, there is not even service for answering the phones. Their Australian English pronunciation is also poor. I believe you need to employ new staff all over Australia. Who adhere to Australian standards?

marites gaoat says:

Posted on Nov 30, 2016 at 05:59 AM

Hello sir,
I am so worried when I read from the news you got fainted. As the president the Philippines only admire and now I also when I have seen your great performance and felt your love for your country I started liking and admiring you and always pray for your good health and wishing all your projects and programs to be successful which are implemented in our country unlike those previous administration full of corruption. I am now in Singapore working as domestic helper. I came here and work to earn money to buy even small piece of land to built my home for my family. My family is very poor and we don't have our own land to build our own house and mostly the owners of the land were my parent house built in always say we are in waters and they going to chase out in land that is one reason why I decided to work as domestic helper in Singapore and also earn money for my daughter's schooling. Our lives in Philippines was really very hard but when I see your hardwork I see great hope in life of filipinos will be changed and will be no more corrupt, no more abusing of powers, all filipinos are equal poor.

Complaint about an issue of spam calls

Posted on Nov 29, 2016 at 12:02 PM

Concerned Citizen of Cainta says: Hello President Duterte,
I would like to report what Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) does nowadays. Well, they have been doing it ever since actually. I have reported this to the NTC before. Then PLDT stopped for a while then nowadays is back to their spam calls. Here is the scenario, my family and I are busy doing important matters at home, and they call us, always asking for my mother to talk with them as she is our subscriber. Then they begin to offer all sorts of products they have. I have kept telling them in the past to remove us from their to-call list as we are not interested to make our PLDT bills any higher as my parents have already retired and are too old to have too many other expenses. But almost every day, they still call us even when we hang up right away. The next day they will call again and say the same things, like, may we talk to your mother, because we have a new product. We hope this kind of spamming will be eliminated totally from PLDT.

Sharing views

Posted on Nov 29, 2016 at 04:44 AM

Gus says: Dear President,
You are doing good job. Don't get influence by those morons from Europe. Send them to hell. They are not able to fix their own countries. You just take care of your country and yourself. Keeping my fingers crossed for you. Today we don't have many strong leaders and patriots like you. This is Gus from Canada.

Need help regarding the issue

Posted on Nov 28, 2016 at 05:01 PM

Anthony Montero says: Good evening Mr. President,
I am Anthony Montero 32 years old a resident of Zamboanga City. Currently I am working at Pepsi Cola products Philippines Inc. Zamboanga Plant and still I am in the agency namely the Tiger Agency. My work here is as a sales trainee of Pepsi Cola. We may co-workers under the Tiger Agency and would like to ask your help regarding our delayed salary. We are complaining in behalf of my other co employee under the said agency because our work is not suitable to our salary. We need to time in before 6:30am then mostly we got home almost 9 pm. For us there is no problem with the job or main concern is or delayed salary sometimes it delays almost a week. How can we survive if it is always happening. We already forward or concern to our HR but still no action taken. Then we ask the manager of the Tiger Agency why does our salary always delayed? He answer us through text that the agency spend the money. For us this is not anymore right because we work more than 8 hours a day Monday to Friday sometime we are reqired to work on Sundays. We almost have no time for our family.

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Issue regarding garbage collection

Posted on Nov 25, 2016 at 08:59 AM

Concerned Citizen of Cainta says: Hello President Duterte,
Thank you for taking care of the Philippines in the best way you could. I just have a concern about our village, Park Place Executive Village in Cainta. The garbage collector in our place used to come every Wednesday but nowadays, the day is not fixed in terms of their garbage collection in our area. Sometimes they would collect on Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays and the time slot is varied too.
We have a great difficulty when to bring out our trash as the cats and dogs around usually open our garbage bags and scatter our trash all around, so it is an eye sore always.
I believe Cainta Municipality should specify a day and time, and be consistent so we know when we should bring out our garbage for them to collect. Often times, because of this situation, we would just wait for their honking of their horn before we bring out our trash. Good luck to us if we are not inside our house and we are outside. I pray that at least they will collect our garbage three times a week and on a regular time of the day.

Need help and want to talk in person

Posted on Nov 25, 2016 at 08:46 AM

Eprelin C. Campong says: Dearest President,
I am Eprelin C. Campong of Pilar Integrated Technical Vocational High School, Barangay Pilar South Upi, Maguindanao.
How I wish to talk you in person? Please help us. I am the designated head of the said school that was established last 2011 but until now we don't have regular teacher and no concrete building. Kindly open our page at Facebook so you could see how miserable we are. I could stop serving the school because most of our students are children's from low income families.I fell what they felt, because I came from poorest family too.

Talk about the missing person

Posted on Nov 23, 2016 at 11:46 AM

Jean Fernandez says: Please help me find my son and call at 0975-112-4***.

Cagayan de oro city- Five policemen were arrested here on Tuesday for alleged kidnapping of a resident here last month, Enrique Fernandez III, who is still missing from one month since October 23.

The footage revealed the victim was mauled first by the law enforcers on the street and inside the van where he was transported elsewhere. His motorcycle was also taken.

The alleged kidnappers were identified by a witness and by police officials who saw the CCTV footage.

Barbaso said the suspects will be facing kidnapping and carnapping charges.

Although the family was glad that the suspects were arrested, Barbaso said the Fernandez's were hoping that the victim is still alive.

At press time, the suspects refused to grant interviews with the media to confirm or deny the accusation against them.

Need help to find the missing person

Posted on Nov 23, 2016 at 11:42 AM

Jean Fernandez says: Cagayan de oro city- Enrique Fernandez III kidnapping. We need your help President. The contact number is 0975-1124***.

Lawyer Hans Barbaso, NBI assistant regional director, said they will be digging deeper into the alleged act perpetrated by the police officers and check if they were acting on their own or if they were part of a syndicate.

The agency, Barbaso said, will also probe if the suspects were involved in illegal drugs. The policemen were arrested by NBI agents at the Philippine National Police regional headquarters at Camp Vicente Alagar, Barangay (village) Lapasan here last Tuesday.

He said it appeared that the policemen were not aware of the presence of the arresting agents. Barbaso said the suspects did not resist arrest but requested the NBI operatives not to handcuff them. During a press conference on Tuesday evening, Barbaso showed the media the closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage taken outside the establishment in Barangay Balulang where Fernandez was abducted.
The footage revealed the victim was mauled first by the law enforcers on the street and inside the van.

Need help to find missing

Posted on Nov 23, 2016 at 11:39 AM

Jean Fernandez says: Cagayan de oro city- Enrique Fernandez III kidnapped last October 23. Its one month and still missing. Contact number 0975-112-4***. Please help.

Five policemen were arrested here Tuesday for alleged kidnapping of a resident here last month. The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) said it was looking into the case to know if the law enforcers were also involved in other illegal activities or if they were operating as a syndicate.

Authorities identified the suspects as Senior Inspector Ereneo Ramirez, PO3 Alejandro Ubanan, SPO2 Jojo Lim, SPO1 Alaindelon Tacubao and PO2 Sangkula Hussein.

Ramirez served as the head of the city police’s Crime Against Person and Property Desk, while the other suspects worked under him. The suspects, who are detained in the NBI detention cell, were allegedly behind the kidnapping of Enrique Fernandez III, a former overseas Filipino worker, last October 23. Fernandez remains missing.

Making a complaint

Posted on Nov 22, 2016 at 05:17 AM

Paul Murdoch says: Dear Mr. President,
This is a formal complaint of corrupt processes in properties purchased from Taft Property Group. My wife is from Toledo, Cebu so we wanted something close to her family and friends. We purchased 2 units in Horizons 101, Tower 2 in March of 2014. We were told these studios would be an ideal investment and were promised a definite turnover by 2016. We had concerns of it settled by then as it was for investment again. We were told it would at no stage did we ever receive a copy of the signed contracts? We had sent back nor did we ever received receipts of payment, updates or contact until July of this year 2016. We worked very hard saving for this investment. We had no idea that we would be misled and lied to along this process. We received no further contact from them but continued all payments until finally questioning what had happened with our units. We have now been told they won’t settle and turnover till 2019. We were never told anything until asking questions. The whole process has been unethical, misleading and completely misrepresented by the company and their staff.

Need financial help

Posted on Nov 16, 2016 at 10:57 AM

Leo says: The Honorable Rodrigo Duterte,
Davao City, Philippines.

Dear President Duterte,

Good day, I am sending this letter to you to humbly ask for a little help either in money or in kind for my heart surgery. I have been diagnosed with congenital heart failure and I need an immediate operation at Philippine Heart Center as soon as possible as prescribed by my cardiologist. I need financial support with regards to my heart surgery because I can’t afford the operation and the medication, that is why I humbly ask for your help.

I hope you can be part of fulfilling my dream to live longer and enjoy the beauty of life.

Thanks for extending help and praying for me. May God bless you and your family always.

Attached with this letter are my medical files stating my true condition.

By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.

Leo M. Bandolon
Brgy. Ugong, Valenzuela City.
Phone number: 09462220***
Email address:
BPI Account number: 9299-0983-94

Asking questions

Posted on Nov 15, 2016 at 05:12 PM

Mary Ann says: Everybody can read letters on this site, how about confidential letters to the president? Just asking if where I can directly mail a letter or email address to President Duterte?

Thank you.

Rebelinda P. Mauriilo says:

Posted on Nov 12, 2016 at 04:01 AM

The foundation wants to submit project proposals regarding the concreting of farm to market road project in Dinagat Islands.

Need help

Posted on Nov 10, 2016 at 04:33 PM

Emily A. Gutierrez says: Please help me Mr. President. I am working here in Saudi Arabia. I already wrote to the Polo Oiyadh and owwa about my conditions here. I am in a ten days of bleeding, and my employer took my salary for my medication and hospital experience, and they want me to still work even in serious conditions.

Need help

Posted on Nov 09, 2016 at 04:03 PM

jovets p galvez says: His excellency Mr. President,
I am an ordinary citizen of Calatrava, Negros Occidental, Philippines. A single mother of two(2) boys and an appointed Brgy. Secretary in the community, Sir, I would like to take the chance in posting my problem with regards to financial crisis. I am suffering right now. I am receiving a minimum wage. Sir I cannot cope up with the expenses of my daily basic needs and the school fees of my kids. My eldest is in college taking up BSIT and my other boy is in grade 4 and also I have goiter. Sir I cannot afford to pay for a consultation because I settle the allowances and school fees of my children first. I cannot ask for help in our municipality because there are lots of processes and politically speaking aid we are asking and it takes time and lots of che boritchi to the people that are responsible in accepting the help we need. I support my family alone, I don't asked help from my relative. I pray and beg that a help or aid will come to my family sir. Hoping that my problems will be given attention from your good people.

Praise for work

Posted on Nov 06, 2016 at 02:24 AM

jeffery kerr says: Mr. President,
I am an American man that lives in Maasin city. You are doing good despite what my government says. My home is in the Philippines. I have a beautiful fiance and an equal beautiful daughter. I was vice president of Maasin city National High School. I belong to star apple charity organization which feeds children and builds houses. I was in Maasin when your helicopter landed at the ferry terminal. I love the Philippines, Mr. president and consider Ibarra my home. You run your country as you need to. But please don't hold my countries attitude toward you against good guys. I support you and you are doing the right thing. Americans like me are not bad or politics are. I love your country, my family there, and I don't want to lose them over politics. Run your country as you see fit. Its yours not for another to decide. I love the Philippines, southern leyte and my family. Its home to me.

Jeff kerr


Posted on Nov 03, 2016 at 10:00 AM

Mose Stephenson says: I completely approve and I am heartened by the manner in which all members of the American government are spoken to by the Filipino government. It is high time, an honest man told them in plain English what they are? I admire this approach and hope to see the Philippines break away from them as soon as possible.

Need financial help

Posted on Nov 01, 2016 at 05:58 AM

Ernesto T. Sardon Jr says: Dear President Rodrigo Duterte,

I am a former seaman and now self employed. I stopped working as a seaman because I got ill in the right arm and I cannot work in heavy work also it cannot perform. My duty as a Bosun. I only want now as a former seaman and OFW (Overseas Filipino Workers). I need to borrow a small money for the capital for my small store just a small charge.
Thank you sir. I hope your good help for my new life of business.

Sincerely Yours,
Ernesto T. Sardon Jr.

Looking for help

Posted on Oct 28, 2016 at 08:41 PM

ligaya says: Hello honourable Mr. President Duterte,
We are seeking your help to give us an amnesty to correct our residence status here in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). We are undocumented Filipino workers because our employer violate the rules on our contract and now our residence permit was expired. We wish to have another amnesty grace period were in we can correct our status and transfer another employer without penalty from old sponsor.

Thank you, most honourable president Duterte.

Need help to deal with threat

Posted on Oct 28, 2016 at 07:20 PM

shiela banaag says: I want to ask for help from president Duterte to do something about my uncle who threatened my family to kill us all. My family members and his on Manila on christina st. malabon city. We are just scared about it and he posted it on his facebook account and also he is positively using drugs but doesn't even surrendered here in Maasin city. Please do something about it. I felt so worried.

Appreciating the work

Posted on Oct 25, 2016 at 09:31 PM

Needhi Kmar says: Dear President,

I am honored to know you sir and your determined stance in improving the lives of your countryman and we in Singapore admire your steadfast will.

Your humble,
PRA Retiree Visa Holder (M026839)
Singaporean Citizen
Needhi Kumar

Regarding Voter id release

Posted on Oct 24, 2016 at 10:00 AM

Reinn Alcover Pelayo says: Good day Mr. President,

I am just one of many concerned citizen about the release of voter's id. It has been a while since I have registered in the comelec and my voters id has not been released.

I am hoping that my voter id will be released because we need it for legal transactions.

Thank you and God bless us all.

Looking for help

Posted on Oct 24, 2016 at 04:31 AM

Delia Dahlen says: His excellency President Duterte,

My daughter Michelle Tabor has applied for a land title and the papers are now at Provincial Environment and Natural Resources in Cagayan de Oro City. She started the application on March, 2016 and until now it is still in the process. The reason they say that the OIC is not authorized to sign the documents. Its almost 8 months already. I hope you can help on this.

I was elated when you won the Presidency. My sister married a Roa in Cagayan de Oro City, the nephew of Congressman Oloy Roa. We tried to help by sharing on facebook all your campaigns. Even my grandson Mitch Tabor made a jingle for you on facebook and Youtube. We are all behind you no matter what.


Require help

Posted on Oct 24, 2016 at 01:55 AM

Richard hayes says: Mr. president,

I am from the United States and do missionary work in balenciaga. I work with a citizen from there. Our goal is to build housing, a community center, and increased education. I spend my own money because I love the Philippine people. We would love to plant coffee trees and increase enterprise in the area. We need your help. I understand I am from the United States but my love is for the people of this community. Please understand our mission is to help regardless of foreign policy between our two nations. I would love for my counterpart to meet with you as she is returning to the Philippines from the United States in mid November. We need your help and support. Although we are small in relation to world events, we wish to continue our work. Best wishes and peace.

Richard Hayes

robert alan swanson says:

Posted on Oct 23, 2016 at 04:57 PM

President Philippines Rodrigo,

Sir, can Bobby Delos Santos give me my saddam reward document signed by? For my check of 25 million dollars, I have given 5 million dollars. Thanks and god bless.

Asking for help

Posted on Oct 23, 2016 at 12:56 PM

Jan says: Hello,

Some of my friends got to prison in Bohol. This is pastor Mateo, his wife and Roslem Zniega. They care for children, gave them a chance go to school. They provided them some shelter, food but the problem is that paper had expired. They prisoned them and that isn't fair as good people who want to just help people. Maybe you can do something for them. Big thanks.


Informing on major issues regarding property

Posted on Oct 23, 2016 at 03:22 AM

Elsa Gamban Baker says: To the Honorable President of the Philippines,

I am truly saddened because we all have to go through you just to get the issues resolved. I am not sure if you are aware of what has been going on with purchasing properties in the Philippines.
We purchased a lot back in 2011, paid all of them in full within a year. We surely had tough times getting the title release on all of these properties. 3 out of 4 lots, title had been finally released just a few months ago. We just recently received a letter from Security Bank Corp situated in Makati City stating that all the rights we have on this 4th lot are now governed by the said bank due to the loan that Arveemar Developer has made against the property.

Why are these developers stealing people's money by using property title as collateral when they take out a loan inspite of the fact that the property has been fully satisfied, payment wise.

I earnestly hoped that this message will get to you.

Representing thoughts and views

Posted on Oct 21, 2016 at 05:22 PM

Gian Luca Valentini says: I would like to make a movie with President Duterte. I am from Italy and talking with Davao and Manila people. He is a good President while Europe and States are trying to pass a bad man. I believe in people. Thanks for replying.

Yours faithfully,

Appreciation for work

Posted on Oct 21, 2016 at 07:54 AM

Robert Weiss says: Mr. President,

I am an American currently living with my Filipina wife who is immigrating to the States. We have been together for 14 years and have a house in Baguio City.
I would like to congratulate you on your efforts to rid your country off the criminal drug elements and corruption at all levels of Philippine society. I also like where you are trying to make the Philippines more independent and not subservient to anyone.
I will be returning for a few months in the winter to check on our house, see my pets and basically enjoy Baguio. If you come up to the summer capital, I would be honored if you would contact me and we can have a couple of beers and shots. I think it would be eye opening to see how a typical American thinks not like our completely messed up at present political situation.
Keep up the good work.
074 424-4***

Important matter about drugs

Posted on Oct 18, 2016 at 10:53 AM

MJ says: A police officer one here in Cebu was able to plant drugs to any civilian he wishes to arrest. A very good example of it is an officer in station 4 Mabolo Cebu City who was able to plant one sachet of shabu to a civilian. Right now the person is now in jail for no valid reasons. I would like to ask for help to President Rodrigo because this cop is actually a ninja cop. Please.

Asking for justice

Posted on Oct 18, 2016 at 06:28 AM

Elizabeth Walsh says: What branch of the President office do I need to contact if one of the Philippine national swindel or stole money from another person? I have all the proof and spreadsheets for proof. I tried to take this person in court but she did not appear instead she fly back to the Philippines and she is proud that the American law don't apply to her since it happens in the Philippines. I would like to pursue since she stole half million pesos from me. Please let me know who do I need to contact to prosecute her?

A suggestion

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 at 03:32 PM

Michelle Velasco says: Hello Mr. President,

How are you? Mr. President, may I suggest a plebiscite to decide whether to grant a hero's burial or not to ex-President Ferdinand Marcos? Thanks so much.

Reporting on a issue

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 at 02:04 PM

Anon says: Hello Mr. President,

I pray that every day God will keep you safe for your job now. I just want to report a FX driver to Ayala. His plate number is TXZ 213. He and his companion drivers are using a radio, conversing about lewd topics even if we, the passengers can hear them. There was even one instance that he almost hit another car or person, due to his attention to his conversation on the radio. Is this legal, Mr. President? Can FX drivers really use the radio, and are they allowed to discuss obscene things while their passengers can hear them? They even use a coded language that are still obviously lewd no matter how much they try to make it sound “harmless”. I hope a law can be passed to stop these drivers from using a radio which is similar to cell phones. They must be courteous as drivers and must only play soothing music for their passengers. Our lives are already too stressful for them to add to that. I am really looking for your help on this Mr. President, as I am a frequent FX rider. Thank you so much, sir.

Leah navarro ray says:

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 at 01:04 PM

Good day Mr. President,

I am Leah navarro ray, working here in Cyprus. I heard that pinay died last week, she is in the hospital until now and her bill is 3 thou. euro, she doesn't have insurance because she is illegal worker. I didn't know her but my heart melts when I heard that phil. consulate here in Cyprus didn't do anything until now, and I don't know if her family knows that she died. We love you Mr. President. Me and my family will support you always.

Require help urgently

Posted on Oct 16, 2016 at 07:04 PM

Analyn says: Can anyone in Bulacan Government help our dying child?

Our relative Mark Dave Paulino was the victim of a hit and run motorcycle accident on October 9th at approx 11 p.m. The driver of the moto was severely injured and died. The accident was in Paseo San Roque. Some good Samaritan bystanders transported our Mark towards the Public Hospital in Malolos but detoured into ACE because on the way to the Public Hospital he lost consciousness and they feared that he was dying or dead.

The Doctor said that Mark needs an emergency operation but they will not operate until we pay them the money. We are poor and cannot afford such an expensive hospital. We must get care in the Public Hospital but ACE will not discharge our Mark to go to the Public Hospital or operate on him because we cannot pay the bill. We are distraught and afraid that Mark will die because he is in limbo at ACE.

If he dies who is at fault? Its us because we are poor or its ACE because they value money over human life. Only ACE can answer that question.

Analyn Paulino
Cell Phone +63 926 554 0***

Sharing thoughts

Posted on Oct 16, 2016 at 02:25 PM

DILSHAD SINGH says: Hon'able Mr.President,

You are fighting a planet scourge, if you were to win, it will set an universal example. Unfortunately some powers do not like the idea, Phillipines would undergo a heavenly overhaul, crime would plummet, there will be little or no easy money, so would corruption, wasteful social expenditure will slowly vanish, able bodied young men and women would work much harder, religious exploitation will wither, people will no longer have to pray for their well being and because religious condonations for sins will not be sought/promised so people will be less cruel especially to birds/animals, to reward for which nature would be benevolent to the island, inter-alia health/sex tourism would get a boost, all over there will be beautiful trustworthy people.
You are only 100 days in the incumbancy. If it had been 3 years a referendum under UN observation may have been the answer. I suggest please get the available retail drug contaminated with some delayed action formula.

Need help regarding solving the case

Posted on Oct 14, 2016 at 05:12 PM

Caren says: Hello sir,

I want to ask for a favor from you. Please help my mother to solve their case about malicious mischief that is since 2008 and yet until now its not resolved with recovery of property. Please help us and my mother as she is getting sick already and she is getting old so we want to finish the case. Please.

Resolving the matter

Posted on Oct 12, 2016 at 04:28 AM

Francis F. Casaclang says: Dear Mr. President,

Kindly resolve/solve once and for all college assurance plan (cap) education and pension plan case. I think Mr. Yasay knows something about this. Thank you so much and we waiting for your continuous success.

Rogelio Macayana says:

Posted on Oct 09, 2016 at 07:15 AM

President Duterte, I would like to report that governor maranon of negros island region is still a drug protector until now he is sending shab in the town of kabankalan, candoni and bantayan. Please send some men to watch him. The drug lord is his nephew. The LG here in binalbagan is still exercising corruption inspite of your warning to them. If incase they are terminated, I am offering myself to take care here temporarily only.

rogelio de los santos says:

Posted on Oct 08, 2016 at 09:11 AM

How approachable is president for humble proposals from his voters like me, a retired news executive editor of the malacanang press staff (1976-2008) having served for 5 Rp presidents. Writer of National Historical Commission book Patriots, masonry and the Filipino religious psyche.

Bizar says:

Posted on Oct 07, 2016 at 09:47 PM

I am not a hypocrite like many others here, and what the president of the Philippines should do is to resign as soon as possible. He is a way beyond insanity. If the filipinos is a freak from hell and he has to go back to hell or get all his children and grandchildren being addicted then lets see how he talks?

P.S.: I lost family because of those criminals, but your attitude to kill them all is insane and simply against what normal and intelligent people stands for. Duterte lives in a dreamworld and you are a criminal itself.

casper says:

Posted on Oct 07, 2016 at 04:45 PM

Greetings your excellency,

I am bringing this report to your concern hoping that there will be better changes within the issue of corruption. Here in Lapu Lapu city, the LLC division is conducting a 3 day first aid training to all teachers. They are required to sign in order to justify the php 500 registration taken from each school. So if a school has 100 teachers then multiply with 500 that would be 50000. The mystery is that the company is partnering with Red Cross and so I can't believe that they are going to give honorarium to Red Cross 50000 for the 3 day seminar. Is Red Cross that expensive? 50000 for a school's facility matters so much.

Thank you and hope we can do something to make our country a better place to live.

Yeswanth says:

Posted on Oct 07, 2016 at 04:30 PM

Good evening sir,
My name is Yeswanth. I am from India and I need help. I have girlfriend in Naga and I want to bring that lady from your country to my country. Kindly help on how I can bring and what documents are needed? Please help me.


NJ says:

Posted on Oct 05, 2016 at 12:46 AM

To whom it may concern,

Maybe this time with the new administration you will take notice of this message. Please this is concern message for our Kabayans.

Please stop sending manpower here in Saudi Arabia. There are many contract breaches here. As per the news, their economic status is not doing well, they are deducting salaries and even not giving salaries anymore with prior consulting their employers may it be private or government offices.

The reason I wrote this letter is to stop/refrain our Kabayans to be abused because from the philippines they will sign a contract that salary is higher and then upon arrival here. They will make another contact again for you to sign, in which the salary offer from Philippines is way much lower. They are even cutting allowance and benefits.

Please make an action to this matter and stop accepting job offers from Saudi Arabia otherwise more Filipinos will suffer here.

Please have a concern on your fellow Filipinos as this is a serious matter.

Thank you.


Posted on Oct 04, 2016 at 06:47 PM

Mr. President, I am one of the 49 police officer's who had been illegally terminated from the service back on March 13, 2013 without due process of law alledgedly mass cheat pnp entrance exam of the napolcom. We filed an action at RTC branch 13 and after 3 years trials we won, on February 18, 2016. We had been reinstate by our regional director Ronald R. Estilies. We undergo again our basic recruit PSBRC on March 30, 2016 after 6 months. Even we did not have our salary so we continued the course and now we are going to graduate on October 7, 2016. Some rumours from the region of PRO ARMM is that they will open the termination board from us and we will terminate again. Please help us.


alberto de joya says:

Posted on Oct 04, 2016 at 02:47 PM

Hello Sir,

I am Alberto de joya and now I am in France. I am arriving to the Philippines in middle October, may I offer my humble
qualification as representative for Romblon Asec. I am honoured to meet and request dialoge.
Thank you.

robert bright says:

Posted on Oct 02, 2016 at 09:42 PM

So much admiration for you sir in your standing up for China and USA. I support you and I am a humble Australian with my heart and strength offered to you.

Robert Bright

Victor Ravanes says:

Posted on Oct 02, 2016 at 02:28 PM

Dear Mr. President,
Please help me. I have been writing to POEA since June 2016 requesting the complete details of the owner of the agency as per NLRC R7.

Victor Ravanes

Paul says:

Posted on Oct 01, 2016 at 05:51 AM

Mr. Duterte, would you kill drunks as well?

All my big mistakes, I have made in the past are because of alcohol. Alcohol is responsible for over 90 percent of the crime on the Philippines and the world.

So my question is to stop crime, would you kill drunks? By killing drug users it won't affect the crime rate at all considering its alcohol not drugs that play the biggest role in the majority of crimes.

somya says:

Posted on Oct 01, 2016 at 04:32 AM

Dear sir,

I am an Indian. I am working in Saudi Arabia. One Philippine borrowed from me some huge amount of money but didn't returned. He cheated with many people's. Can you help me?

James says:

Posted on Sep 27, 2016 at 09:16 PM

Dear President Duterte,

I know you are criticised by the international community for your policies. I know Obama has tried to assert his opinions toward you. He tried that with Putin and you see how well that is working for him. I am an American with a Filipina fiancee. I do not wish to see this weak president cause any trouble with you. He would be the type to try to stop us from visiting your beautiful country. Please don't let him anger you for he is gone after this year. Its easy to criticize someone but hard to walk a mile in his shoes. Before anyone complains of your policies, they should be faced with the task that you are laboring with. Obama has a history of working his mouth, community organizer, but not his hands. He has single handedly made the USA the laughing stock of the world as he struts around thinking he can boss other leaders. I didn't vote for him and my fiancee voted for you. At least you can say you read about two intelligent people today. I think you are doing a good job and no apology is necessary.

Carla Zambrano says:

Posted on Sep 26, 2016 at 04:04 PM

Mr. President,
This is the first time, I did something like this. First I want to commend you for doing an awesome job in fighting drugs. My concern really is not about drugs, it is actually about the approval of divorce in the country. I know there will be a lot of issues regarding that, specially in terms of religious matters. As someone who grew up in a very religious family, I understand the sacredness of marriage and I respect that. But I really hope the government considers cases like I have a broken marriage because of a valid reason (e.g. physical abuse, psychological instability). Gabriela has been trying to fight for this reason, and Mr. President you are a very considerate and open-minded person. I really have high hopes in you regarding this matter. Thank you so much. God bless you. God bless our country.

Lilis Setyowati says:

Posted on Sep 22, 2016 at 11:28 PM

To the honorable President of the Philippines Mr. Duterte, I am an Indonesian citizen, who is being travelling to the Philippines. I was very surprised because a lot of my friend from Macau, China, Taiwan and Korea can work here in Philippines just using the visitors visa. They work in the vip junket located inside solaire and city of dreams Manila. The junket name is Suncity . This company is using illegal workers because visitors visa no need to pay for tax. Its really unfair. I hope your government will do investigation and sue this company from the Philippines. Illegal workers and illegal company. I hope event that give you and government a lot of money will not be received. I know those people is very clever. Take your police to check them without prior notice, so they can't hide and you can catch those illegal workers and Suncity company.

Ashraf Radwan says:

Posted on Sep 22, 2016 at 02:08 PM

Dear Mr. Rodrigo Duterte,

I am a probationary resident and I have alien certificate of registration SSRN 15201AR0911134142. I have a family in Philippines and every time when I leave Philippines, I get charged (2170php). I honestly believe it is very unfair immigration laws to charge again as after all the hassle and the cost we had to go through to achieve the probationary resident identification card. Please do something to stop this unfair airport departure fee. The whole world is going through a resection and not every one coming from other country has a money tree in the back yard.

My deepest respect,
Ashraf Radwan

Wayde Robertson says:

Posted on Sep 20, 2016 at 01:18 PM

Dear Sir,

I have been on your country 3 times including the last 2 months and observed many eye opening things. I can comment on including starvation and poor nutrition. I am really here however to help you create change but how can I do so if you don't know about my work?

I have created excellent results in rice farming by doubling the yield with some trials (Also with many other crops).

I produced an organic product not only creating with much higher yield but also a more nutritious food to feed the people.

So, I can help you reduce the cost of rice significantly and have a healthier nation of people. My issue is it has taken me 3 years so far and still I can not distribute my product due to government protocol. I am waiting for my license to sell as got issued.

I would like to suggest I suspect a lot of corruption exists and thats why its being delayed considerably.
Please make contact with me and lets end the delays and get the people happily healthy and well feed.

Kind Regards,
Wayde Robertson

Meinrad says:

Posted on Sep 17, 2016 at 01:24 AM

Good afternoon Mr. President,
You read the news at the newspaper this evening, and why am I shocked? Why did people vote for having a killer as there President. Why do we repeat the situation from the second world war again. Where is the altrism? Where is the wanting to understand people problems, people believes, posting them all on the same table, letting them live there one live, and at the same time make them tearing on the same string for building a better future. Legalize the drugs and the drugmafia is gone.
I wish you to make a reflexion and change for the good.

meinrad Tschody

Terje storheim says:

Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 02:59 PM

I am a Norwegian man married to a Phillipine lady. I live in casa-buena plaridel, Bulacan. We would like to invite you to our home.
Blessing from


Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 12:26 PM

President Rodrigo Duterte, America is corrupted by the Black people. They are drug dealers, drug seller, killer, terrorists and rapers etc. All of these crimes are protected law of black. Please President Rodrigo Duterte don't give any hospitality or welcome any corrupt black people in the philippines. They are all under the power of Lucifer. President Rodrigo Duterte protect the Philippines against the corrupt black people. This message has come from Father God. In God name sir, you do the right things. God is in your side remember that.

Anonymos says:

Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 07:40 AM

To our beloved president
Good day to you our president,
I am from Cebu Talisay City. I am writing this to you because of the problem here in our subdivision it is located in Azienda Firenze Maghaway Talisay. They allowed the Habalhabal driver to go inside the subdivision and they are very noisy. They are at the back of our house parking address block 4 lot 1 Azienda Firenze Maghaway Talisay, Cebu. They are gambling four times a day that they come to a point shouting and fighting each other because of hantak gambling. I complaint it to our Homeowners Association but they said they can't let them out of subdivision because they will just come back again.
I complaint it to baranggay but they can't help me they said thier is a official from govt. control them that's why they can't pull them out of our subdivision even we just complain for the noisy and thier shouting they are not listening because they are people of govt. employee that has a position
I already call it to police the gambling but it didn't affect no one try to stop them even thier noise they have thier own boss

John Lessard says:

Posted on Sep 14, 2016 at 08:09 AM

Good day mister president. My name is John Lessard, I am a Canadian and my lovely wife is from your beautiful country. We are getting a house built in the province of Masbate. I do have a question for you, as a white man looking to relocate to the Philippines is it safe for me and more importantly for my wife being married to a white man. This may look stupid but I think that you are the person that would better know this. Thank you very much for your time.

julie j. Baldopena says:

Posted on Sep 13, 2016 at 05:36 PM

Good evening po president digong, ako po ay humihingi ng tulong para po sana sa pagpapagamot ng aking ina, isa po akong maybahay n may 3anak n may sweldong kulang p sa pang araw araw nmin gusto ko pong mpahaba p ng konte ang buhay ng aming ina kya lang po wla n po kming mapagkuhanan ng pampagamot at pampa dialysis nya, bka nmn po pwd nyo kmi matulungan. Salamat po at si God n po ang bhala sa inyo...

John says:

Posted on Sep 13, 2016 at 11:36 AM

Mr. Duterte get rid of our Special Forces in Mindanao is the last thing that yo should avoid doing!

Ab Sayyaf better be worried about our special forces not the other way around!
So try or get rid of our special forces at your own peril!

I think you have bigger fish to fry than ab Sayyaf especially when rogue China is into expanding on Philippines property.

No Getting rid of any if our American military presence that your former administration agreed to is not a good idea or in the Philippines best interest moving forward .

And judging how the Philippines are unable to protect its own shoals like Scarborough and Other areas China wants to invade; then the Philippines needs all the help they can get!
Remember the United States is your ally not your enemy don't forget that!

Also insulting Obama when you need help is not the smartest thing you've done. I hope you don't continue to bite the hand that protects the Philippines.
Obama has done a poor job of enforcing our foreign policy since he's been in office, but he's all we have until we get someone in office that will

Almeda says:

Posted on Sep 12, 2016 at 05:42 PM

Dear Mister President,

For oversea workers it is verry difficult to get the papers done,send from Ambassy Belgium to DFA take a verry long time renew passport 2 to 3 month, Just to tell you that birth certificaat and single status are real and not fake at this time already 4 weeks and DFA only need to answer the fax from Belgium Ambassy, papers will be expired and we need to go again trough NSO and DFA paint again 5000ph

I only want to tell you that its not possible to contact DFA not by phone or mail, and by Facebook thy tell you to call a number where nobody pic up.

We realy don't know what to do annymore

Kind regards

Jeana martin says:

Posted on Sep 12, 2016 at 03:33 PM

Magandang hapon po sir duterte magpapatulong po sana ako sa inyo dahil nakakulong po ang aking kapatid 7yrs suspect murder na po at ang judge sentensiyahan siya na guilty beyond resonable , mahirap lang po kami at wala po kaming sapat na perang pabayad sa courte 100k hindi po kriminal ang kuya ko sir , at iniisip din po namin na ang justice ay para lamang ito sa mga taong mayayaman may pera nasa australia po ako at wala po akong trabaho sa ngayon sana po tulungan niyo po kami pumanaw na po ang aming ama dahil sa problema huwag naman po sana dumating sa punto na ang aming ina ay mawalay din sa amin pls po sir maraming salamat po .

Sven von S. says:

Posted on Sep 12, 2016 at 11:57 AM

Hello Mr. Rodrigo Duterte,
I live in Germany and visit your
Country in Nov.first Time.
I have a question from Man to Man
but not in the Chat.
Can you spend me a little Bit from your time?
I looking for a honest answere.
Tank you

Shirley Edwin Ubagan says:

Posted on Sep 12, 2016 at 04:21 AM

His Excellency President Duterte,

I am a native of Baguio City and i keep surfing the internet trying to look for ways and means to get in touch with you or your representative because of an alarming situation i am into right now as a result of the corrupt practices of DENR officers in the province of La Trinidad Benguet as well asnofficers of our City Building & Architecture Office. The PENRO of La Trinidad has issued an order of award to a property to a certain KATHLEEN FAGYAN located in Baguio City in which they jurisdiction and without going through the legitimate process. The property that PENRO awarded has a tax declaration since 1988 under the name of my father and then eventually transferred to the name of my uncle DOMINGO CO. I am the current occupant of the property and i bought back the property from my uncle in 2008. Further our Baguio City Building and Architecture Office has issued a fencing permit to the same person Ms KATHLEEN FAGYAN even without conducting an actual site inspection. Because if they did, then they should have seen that there exist a buildi

ajsabina says:

Posted on Sep 11, 2016 at 06:25 PM

Great job, I am from a cuban American thinking retiring in Tabina, Philippines, I like what your doing, I wish we had more president like you, One suggestion, could you pass or make a suggestion to approved divorce in the Philippines please.
Take care

James says:

Posted on Sep 10, 2016 at 01:09 PM

Dear Mr. Pres.,

Please bring justice to my oldest sister was murdered Feb. 4 2009.

Thank you.


JP del Rosario David says:

Posted on Sep 10, 2016 at 01:53 AM

My name is JP Del Rosario David, son of former DBP President Rey David and grand nephew of Jorge Del Rosario. Is there a chance we can meet in order to express my concerns, and the concerns of the general "masa" This is a very big deal to me and many I know. We met back in 2011 at the Manila Polo Club at Tito Jorge's 60th birthday. I hope to hear from his excellence as soon as possible so we can personally talk and meet in regards to my plight. Best regards.

JP del Rosario David

Ira Jakob says:

Posted on Sep 07, 2016 at 11:47 PM

Mr. President,
I just wanted to say that you shouldn’t be too upset about what you said about Obama. The fact of the matter is that many, many Americans that agree with you. Many Americans don’t believe that he should even be in our White-house because his life is filled with lies that just keep stacking up, with the big one being his place of birth. I just wanted to let you know that there is nothing at all wrong with speaking the truth, even if it is about a person in our Whitehouse.

Ira “Jake” Jakob USAF (Ret)
100% Disabled, Not Ready To Quit!

Liam mckay says:

Posted on Sep 07, 2016 at 01:52 AM

Mr. President, I think that the world might applaud what you're doing, but not exactly how you're doing it. Aren't there possibly less violent ways to stop the drug dealers?! Yes, ultimately, these scum bags need to be removed and be placed in a capacity where they cannot continue to infect the culture with drugs, but can't there possibly be another way?

Celine says:

Posted on Sep 06, 2016 at 04:18 AM

Hi Mr. President R. Duterte ,good morning to you? I would like to complaint about Manila post office take long time to delivered my important document to Lapu lapu post office? I was tracking my important document was already arrived Manila post office last week? But until now still not arrive in Lapu lapu post office? Why Manila post office very slow to deliver to Cebu? I was been experienced many times before still the same all this years? I am appreciate your help ?Manila post office very bad people from abroad sending important document take long time to arrive. My relative she was follow up to the post office Lapu lapu and they told her she need to wait 2 weeks before they arrive from Manila post office? I was posted here in the UK last first week of August first class signed in? I hope you can help me about Manila post office problem? Thank you and God bless you..

Marty Golubow says:

Posted on Sep 01, 2016 at 07:46 PM

To the Honorable President of the Philippines Mr. Duterte:
I am an American citizen who's been traveling to the Philippines because my wife's family lives there. I was in the Philippines during the month of April and saw many debates with you and thought the world of you and I thought you to be a great man. this comment is in Praise of you and I want you to know whatever you do will be greatly appreciated. I love the idea of you helping the Philippines the way you're doing I don't see anything wrong with your administration. I think you are a great man and I really do want to congratulate you on all your endeavors!
Thank You

pamfilo says:

Posted on Aug 31, 2016 at 03:25 AM

sir please investigate gsis on going transaction for a lot in koronadal..there is something fishy. some employees of gsis gensan were being violated for their rights to opposed for the said has a board resolution to create a building in the regional center on the donated lot given by the City of Koronadal, hope you would help fairly for we knew that your administration hates corruption..

VInce Gidalanon says:

Posted on Aug 30, 2016 at 08:43 PM

Recruiting an illegal job,they orient us to work in PAGCOR but after that we put in a JAI ALAI job supposed to be that is not under PAGCOR JOB. They offer food, accommodation for free, then after we left in our place all that free offer is paid after 3 months working for them..

Jarod De Guzman says:

Posted on Aug 30, 2016 at 06:26 AM

Dear Mr. President,
Allow me first on your very successful war on crime particularly the war on illegal drugs. I would like to ask you how about gambling? It is also a vice, that if gone unnoticed could also destroy a family, another impending menace to society. Like the addiction to illegal drugs, it can also cloud the mind of a person, doing everything (by hook or by crook) just to quench his/her thirst. Can you please establish program/s for this old habit? My father is on of its victims. He's been gambling for about 5 decades now. At his golden age of 80, he is still our family's main problem. My mother already died a few years back, shielding us from him. We continue to give him basic necessities: food, shelter, clothing, but still, he ends up selling them, whatever he can, even his med just to gamble His retirement monthly pension via ATM is even some loanshark's safekeeping, withdrawing it's contents monthly until he is fully paid. He is even spreading rumors around that we siblings are not supporting him, which is exactly the opposite.

Daniel Chavez says:

Posted on Aug 29, 2016 at 02:24 PM

Mr. President I really appreciate your campaign against drug. My brother is one of the victim. For more than 30 years my brother is like a 10 years Old. He couldn't recognize our relatives. If you find out that device lima is connected in dealing drugs, Please let me know so I can take my vengeance on the way, to eliminate discrepancy on police raid and arrest, why don't they use video cam that Is attach to their helmet. So you can see in real Time the police operation in progress.
Thank you.
My name is Daniel Chavez 408 661 4286.

Joyce says:

Posted on Aug 27, 2016 at 02:09 PM

Hi Mr. President, I am Joyce worked as private employee at Pawnshop. I am writing here today because of my problem. Now a days fake items are rampant, different person pawn fake items, they have no conscience anymore. I hope yo can help me regarding this matter. God Bless PO.

eva saragena says:

Posted on Aug 27, 2016 at 02:04 PM

Hi Mr. President. I am Joyce worked as private employee at pawnshop. I am writing here today because of rampant problem regarding of fake items pawn by the different person, they have no conscience anymore. I hope you can help me regarding this matter. salamat po..

Oliver says:

Posted on Aug 27, 2016 at 12:24 PM

Dear Mayor,

Our country's dependence on fossil fuel has been crippling our economy so much. You might want to revisit Mr. Daniel Dingle's discovery of water fuel ( From one of the YouTube I've watched, this is the legacy that he wants to leave to the Filipino people.

Thank you for your time.

Gilbert J. Serino says:

Posted on Aug 25, 2016 at 05:55 PM

Excessively Taxed due to Erroneous Tax Assessment, Lot No. 3122 Sinacanban, Mis.
I need help for a re-survey of my 1.5 plus agricultural land that has been assessed amazingly for 8.5896 million since 2009. This 1.5 plus hectare agricultural land is located in barangay Sinacaban, Miamis Occidental, some 7 kilometers from coastal area. Following the tree planting campaign by DENR, the land has been converted from coconut tree farm to tree farm since 1998 (presently estimated to have 1,800 mahogany and mangium trees). But based on latest assessment record by Municipal Assessors it has recorded to have 66 coconut trees (despite having been cut), 2000 trees (Others, Mangium), 1500 mahogany trees. I have assumed that the trees of adjacent lots (which are tree farms and coconut farms) must have been mistakenly included in the count. I have been requesting for re-assessment for Fair Market Value but denied by the Municipal Assessors Office instead I have been given notice to pay my tax amounting now to P163,611 (since 2009). I have refused payment of this tax pointing the error.

Angkol Scott says:

Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 12:09 PM

I am a law enforcement officer in a jurisdiction outside the Philippines. I will be retiring at the end of this year after 25 years "on the job". Please take the following as the supreme compliment: I feel your actions should allow the title "glorified cop" to be used in describing the present president of the Philippines. Thanks for your service. FYI: I was assigned by my country to serve your nation as an advisor to the Ministry of Ag from 1985 to 1987. We will be in Bohol on September 12 to help my mother in law celebrate her 98th birthday.

George Bridwell says:

Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 06:30 PM

Mr. President:

I am an American, married to a wonderful Filipino. I have many family members living in San Jose del Monte, and my bride and I lived there between 2000 and 2002. Drugs were a real problem. I admire what you are doing, and am truly thankful that you are dealing with the corruption. I also admire what you said to the do nothing International community known as the N. Would you kindly come to America and give Obama some lessons on how to lead. He is a dismale failure. I worry that the corrupt criminal, Hillary, (Jezebel) Clinton will win in November. Then you might have to come and put her in her rightful place, (Jail). Thank you for your service to the Philippines.

J LeValley says:

Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 07:28 AM

I would like to volunteer my services to passionately serve your agenda. I retired after 40 years in business and IT domains, and I recently moved to the Philippines. I have a strong background in business and operations management within the public and private sector, I am a former CPA andhave years of operational and forensic auditing. Most recently I specialized in rapid system development to analyze, model and report large amounts of data from multiple sources globally. Please contact me if there is an opportunity to serve your administration.

David says:

Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 05:57 AM

Mr. President, I have visited the Philippines several times and loved it. Nice to see someone with gonads. Keep doing it. Screw them.
Old Navy Salt

Joan Velasco says:

Posted on Aug 20, 2016 at 08:15 AM

Hi President! I'm looking for help for one of the loving father I knew whose currently fighting with cancer. His name is Rodel Tapawan from #123 Brgy. San Jose, Dasmarinas City, Cavite and he had Stage 4 Glioblastomas, a brain cancer. He's having his chemo and radiation therapy every week and his family is spending 33K a week with the chemo meds alone. He had already maximize his Phil-health Assistance. His family get assistance with PCSO however the letter given by them was not accepted to the Labs were they are getting the meds. I wish Mr. President that yo extend help to this family. I'm feel pity to them since I can see and feel that they will not be able to sustain anymore his medical and hospital needs. Please Mr. President. I'm begging in good heart for your help and prayers. You are their only hope! Thank you so much!

Brenda says:

Posted on Aug 17, 2016 at 12:53 PM

To our Beloved President Rodrigo Duterte,


Good day!

My name is Brenda S. Ponteres and I reside at Lajog, Clarin, Bohol . I am a small entrepreneur in one of our town in province of Bohol.

Hi Mr. President, Sir I am writing you to ask for your assistance and help. I am a small scale family owned business that produce home based cold pressed virgin coconut oil in Bohol, Philippines since 2013.

As the demand for the vco is increasing, I want to expand our market.Our province has a huge of organically grown coconuts in Bohol, and there is small VCO factory in the area and the nuts supplies are abundant which makes the business very feasible. I read in newspaper, The Philippine Coconut Authority encourages entrepreneurs the demands all over the world is used by many people. Our mission is to help my fellow women to get a job of their own. We wish to see a world in which women are free to work, to be rewarded equitably, to organised themselves and represent their own needs, to work free from harassment and oppression, to attain a balance between work and family life,.

Allan Tabar says:

Posted on Aug 16, 2016 at 02:53 AM

Dear Mr. President,

I would like to ask help concerning the house lot that we have bought in a certain subdivision (Aston fields) at barangay tulle calamba Laguna.

The developer of these subdivision is felines.

We have fully paid the full amount but we cannot get the land title. My wife, including me has made several follow up’s. I remember last year our first follow up they say it only takes a month to 3 months to release. We have made a second follow up last June 2016 and these time I made a written complaint. Since I am now back in abroad only my wife made a follow up. The worst information they give is that they will only give the title for another year. These is really not acceptable, we have been paying that fraction of a land for a total of 5 years after the payment it will take several years before we own or even use to take a loan in order to support the schooling of our children.

We have purposefully invested the money in these type and carefully selected this developer so that in times of our financial difficultly it can support.


Posted on Aug 14, 2016 at 02:41 AM

Mandatory drug testing to all for a hard drug is the only solution and it will bite and minimize even eliminate entirely the drug problem.
Effort you have done does deserve praise many times in many country similar thing is done we have many heroic tree stories and real big catch happened.
It is still isolated things and have temporarily win every one tested nobody can escape will result in nobody is seeing it so nobody will by it.
Mandatory drug testing for hard drugs to all is only solution. All other solutions is tried
Once problem gone we will save big money in law enforcement cat and mouse game save on human cost save on rehabilitation cost.
Drug is in the root of every crime

matteo distasio says:

Posted on Aug 13, 2016 at 03:02 AM

my name is matteo distasio, i am from Vancouver Canada... i wold like to ask permission to grow harvest and sell medical the Visayans region from a government inspected site, in Visayans is the site of a medical health spa, located on a mango farm that i will by to live and retire this year... and also to improve and regulate to enhance tourism...i can be contacted


Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 07:29 AM

Dear President Dterte
I wold like to volunteer to help yo in job creation and economic development of Mindanao. I am a registered chemical engineer, 77 years old, and have practiced in the Philippines for almost 45 years inclusive of almost 5 years of varied industrial experience in Davao, Mindanao.
I am available for an interview and submission of my resume at your convenience. I am from Manila but I can fly to Davao to meet you, if required.
I wold appreciate meeting yo in Davao.
Thank you for your attention.


Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 01:12 PM

I’m Josephine Guinang, from Cebu City. I would like to ask favor for the development of Renal Center of Vicente Sotto Medical Center. I think there are more or less 30 dialysis machines in Vicente Sotto but lately, only 8 machines is being used due to low supply of water. Other machines is well-function, problem is only the water supply. Just want to ask help for the repair or the creation of new piping lines for the supply of water if possible the earlier the better because it can really affect the status of the patients. By the way my brother is one of the patients. There are 5 sessions from Monday to Saturday being served by Renal Center. As of now considering there are only 8 machines, the flow of treatment is very slow and delayed. As a result, there will be some patients died like what happen last year.

Ivan Lourdes says:

Posted on Aug 08, 2016 at 10:08 AM

Hi President sir
I would like to highlight you regarding your embassy in Kuala Lumpur.. Recently I meet a Filipino girl from davao..we were in touch for 2 years ..she is a poor family girl from the island of samal..we agreed to marry and I flew over to Philippines to arrange a registration procedures .Unfortunately the people in your embassy was so rude in spoken words and ask me to get out of the embassy for I was just questioning them in a polite way for assistance after a long wait..I openly request from you sir , that the embassy is in use for assist the own country people not insulting. I hope you will take note of this and take immediate action regarding this matter. The Filipinos here have been queuing since early morning roughly 3 and in the end they get sited in face with insult. Hope the kind of attitude should be remove from your embassy asap to regarding better service for the Filipino citizens with a welcome convenience with a great smile.


Rina Marqnes says:

Posted on Aug 07, 2016 at 11:16 PM

Good job dear President! Please try to give warning to those who is lending money with 20% interest in 10 days some in 15 days term, this manner also makes the Filipinos in lives very poor in some instances i rather say Indians are better than Filipinos..

Lina says:

Posted on Aug 03, 2016 at 06:57 AM

Dear Sir RD,

Please check out what most of the Filipina women who come to Singapore to work as maid do here on Sunday. Do make a visit to Singapore to see what happens at East Coast Park, Marina Bay Sands, and Orchard-Lucky Plaza

They cheat on their husbands back in Phil, their children left astray as their mothers are enjoying life with other men. Many children in Phil grow without the love of a mother. Well, it does not stop there. They have broken many families in Singapore too.

Often they have nothing good to say about their own country except that they need money, money, money to send back home.

After your drug project, please think of a way to keep the women in Phil and not export them. Perhaps, have a registry to report their fidelity and vices they are involved in and ban them from working overseas.

Phil needs to clean the image of its women so that there are discipline and dignity. Even the Filipina professionals in Singapore avoid the maids as they ruin their country's pride.


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