FilAm leader reacts to Duterte’s plans for the Philippines to be more independent from US

Attorney Rodel Rodis, president of the U.S. Pinoys for Good Governance weighs in on President Rodrigo Duterte’s orders to stop the joint patrolling of contested territories in the West Philippine Sea by Philippine and US troops and how it would impact the Philippines’ assertion of rights in the area.

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  • Amboy
    15 September 2016 at 7:26 pm - Reply

    To be independent could be done in a better and improved relationship but not in a sarcastic way by disrespecting president O and evicting of US forces in the South. How could Philippines be more independent when Duterte is pushing away america and becoming very friendly with Russia and China?

  • kikay pango
    16 September 2016 at 6:40 am - Reply

    I like idiot D’s plan … completely divorcing US and let his loyalist experience hardship …

  • Santiago Del Mundo
    16 September 2016 at 6:47 am - Reply

    For Duterte’s war on drugs, he has done a really good job despite the lack of support and help from Filipinos, specially from the highly critical LIBERAL and other crying, whining, bitching party (political of course). The Liberal party of the Philippines has been the strong proponent of freedom…YES, Freedom of DEAF EARS & BLIND EYE to the growing drug problem in the Philippines! It is no surprise to hear that POLITICIANS and alike are behind all these drug issues…

    To be independent country from the U.S.? Wow, an 8th grader is even smarter than that…During typhoon Yolanda, the government of the Philippines could not send even a single shipment of relief goods to Leyte? The only country who came to our aid was the U.S., neither China or Russia were there? Joint patrol around the disputed islands? I do not know if the Philippines even have one fully operational ship? The U.S. gave us two, right? One thing I noticed on Tito Digong is that he is having a serious problem expressing or articulating himself when he’s talking in front of the camera…he could at least come out with a clear statement of what he intends to do…

  • Santiago Del Mundo
    16 September 2016 at 1:05 pm - Reply

    According to Doctor Gener-Acob (President Filipino Association of Doctors in New York), every time Tito Rodel Rodis appears in Balitang America, he starts “crying” about Marcos that he sounds like a broken record or like someone with PMS. Acob added, the problem with wanna be community leaders is that they get into this interviews on TV and starts badmouthing others but they’re too afraid to confront the person of whom they have problem with…Tito Rodel Rodis talks like sissy that he makes Vice Ganda look bad…