2 Possible Reasons of China If She Believes Duterte is a Chinese

This meme created through a news headline generator went viral on social media.It means China stands that the president of the Philippines is a Chinese.There are no reports yet from the mainstream media concerning this photo.Photo from BaliTANGA.ph on Facebook.

On the evening of July, 17, 2016, Duterte spoke to his former classmates at the presidential palace in manila that Chinese syndicates are blameworthy for the country's drug problem.

He said last week he would question China why Chinese drug lords are operating drug-trafficking in the Philippines. Sourcing his accusations on a number of the casualties in the anti-drug drive operations are Chinese.

It has been known that Chinese drug syndicates are dominating in the country for many years, and looking back to the era of Marcos administration on 1972, a Chinese named Lim Seng was executed through firing squad.

Following Duterte's statement, China answers the president's call that they are willing to cooperate with the president of the Philippines in eradicating illegal drugs.

China states "drugs is an enemy of mankind and fighting drug-related crimes is a shared responsibility of all countries."

But concerning with the disputed parts of the West Philippines Sea, China stands firm that the area they occupy is theirs through their historical basis.

However, though president Rodrigo said the fact that a number of suspected drug violators killed were Chinese, does not mean that he is anti-Chinese. As a matter of fact, Digong said he has Chinese blood running in his veins and even his mother is partly Chinese.

Digging up, we found out that
the Duterte matriarch was born in Cabadbaran, Agusan del Norte to a family which had Chinese, Maranao and Camayo lineage.

And for this reason, now china could have its claim that the Philippine president is a Chinese as admitted by Digong and through his maternal roots.

Though we do not say that this is what the Asian superpower is really thinking. We just assume that if China will claim that Digong is a Chinese then those reasons could be their underlying supports if they assert.



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