Monday, October 17, 2016

Al Jazeera preview clip of Duterte interview edited to make Philippine president sound like a killer



The male Al Jazeera journalist, Wayne Hay, was very rude and condescending toward President Duterte. He acted like an ignorant hill-billy tourist talking down to a Pinoy taxi driver.
But President Duterte’s sincerity and good heart won out in the end. The President’s humility and simple but intelligent answers exposed Hay’s pettiness and shameful lack of knowledge.
Hay has some nerve acting all indignant about the killings in the Philippines when he’s not even Filipino and obviously has a very shallow understanding of what goes on here.
He didn’t even know President Duterte was referring to the UN arbitration ruling when the President held up a table napkin while they were discussing the South China Sea issue. Like a male Barbie doll trying to sound morally and intellectually superior, Hay said, “A blank sheet of paper?” What an airhead!
The President’s communications team should really think about whether or not these interviews are worth doing. These media groups are just using the President to build up their audience stats because he attracts a lot of attention. No matter what President Duterte says, these journalists still find sneaky ways to portray him negatively.
Just look at this preview clip that Al Jazeera made out of the recent Duterte interview.
Al Jazeera cut out the part where President Duterte talked about how innocent people killed in air strikes of Western countries are called “collateral damage” while the word “murder” is used when it comes to his war on drugs.
Al Jazeera edited that part out to make President Duterte sound like a crazy killer who doesn’t care about innocent casualties.
You know why they did this. They want the clueless ICC prosecutor and fanatical foreign human rights activists to watch this video clip, lose their sh*t, and start issuing more reckless statements against President Duterte without even knowing the real situation on the ground.
This is how they build up a case for foreign intervention. But they’re forgetting one thing: unlike the citizens of Middle Eastern and African countries that have been victimized by foreign intervention, most Filipinos can read, speak, and write in English, and we are spread all over the world, thanks to our army of OFWs. We also have a dominant presence on social media.
Fellow Pinoys, let us continue to communicate the truth by writing comments whenever we see lies being spread by the foreign media. Let us keep educating our foreign friends and colleagues about what’s really happening in our country. Our efforts are working. Just look at the thread on that Al Jazeera video. Even foreign netizens are defending President Duterte now.
Foreign activist groups like Human Rights Watch make a lot of noise on social media, but the truth is, most ordinary foreign citizens, including Americans and Europeans, are against the idea of intervention. They’re tired of watching their governments interfere in the affairs of distant countries, while ignoring problems at home. Brexit and the rise of Donald Trump are proof of this.
Ordinary people all over the world want their governments to mind their own business. It’s only the paid activist and media groups who keep promoting the idea of intervention.

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14 comments:

  1. I thought Al Jazeera will be different, meaning they are more truthful in their reporting. being that they are not product of the western media. They are all the same FAKE !!!!!

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    1. negative news items are always on the front page of every newspaper which makes more sense and money. How do you expect these media people to give light on the real issues.

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  2. Yes indeed! We must be vigilant abd ready to call out these liars and expose their lies. I wish I didn't have to say this, but I recently caught an ABS-CBN reporter file s report on a Senate hearing that is the exact opposite of what happened! I couldn't believe they could be that biased until I heard it myself! It's a good thing I watched that hearing live. So sad!

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  3. Without Duterte drug people will continue to multiply. That's it.

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  4. Let just fight till the end.. support Pres. Duterte in his cause for our country.

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  5. PRRD's parting comments "Rodrigo Duterte, He tried his best", came from a man who seemed to predict a losing end. Sir, We are not giving up on this administration. We believe in your dream and mission for this country. We want change from the debilitating practices of graft & corruption, manipulation, criminality and drugs this country has been governed for so many years. We know transition will be difficult from all sectors. But the idea that this country can rise to greater heights is our motivation to work harder to make this work. We support you because we believe you can lead this country. Don't give up on us.

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    1. He tried his best and his best is the best thing for our country. By God's help we will win the war against drugs and corruption.

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  6. wayne hay acting rude when his intellectual capacity to grasp what was the President is talking about is very shallow

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  7. It's upsetting to see these western "journalist" see themselves as pillars of morality and decency when in fact,the West is the biggest violator of human rights all over the world..

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  8. im very disappointed to this news aljazeera they make people idiot and asshole now aljazeera why you make this many people trust you what the reason behind that you make president duterte a killer

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  9. Al Jazeera is one of the shittiest news media in the world. It supported the overthrow of Kaddafi and supports the Saudi war in Yemen. It is an extension of western imperialist news media !!!

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  10. The best part showing his ignorance was, when asked PPRD about his campaign promise to jet ski to the disputed island & errict the Phil.Flag & PPRD said that was A Hyperbole & Hay repeatedly asked again same question & same answer he gets that was a Hyperbole...I don't know he realized what's a Hyperbole....hahahha very funny that hay reporter from al Jazeera...What a Airhead he was...lol 😂

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  11. know that Aljazeera are but from same root of media...CNN,BBC,Fox to local media ABSCBN....they are just circulating articles....sharing same things.... they are actually run by much higher entity....so anything that could pose threath to their agenda....even if it is good for the people....know that they will lense you to fall they will not make news good for you unless it serves the interests of their masters.....for the record Aljazeera was the main medium about binladen issue and connection to 911 attack...they fabricate lies about bin laden and conspired with so called terrorists..... today 911 was proven an inside job.

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  12. I watched entire interview and nothing was edited. Media is there to present the opposition point of view,not to do for you public relations job.

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