A Total War On Drugs

Sudden, quick extrajudicial killings are state policy in the Philippines, now. Some thoughts.

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  1. Philippine Catholic faithful light candles as they pray during a mass for all the victims of extra judicial killings, at a church in Manila on November 23, 2016, during the launching of new rights coalition. 
Human rights advocates on November 23, warned that the Philippines might be headed towards martial law as President Rodrigo Duterte waged a bloody anti-drug campaign that has claimed thousands of lives. / AFP / TED ALJIBE        (Photo credit should read TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images)
    Philippine Catholic faithful light candles as they pray during a mass for all the victims of extra judicial killings, at a church in Manila on November 23, 2016, during the launching of new rights coalition. Human rights advocates on November 23, warned that the Philippines might be headed towards martial law as President Rodrigo Duterte waged a bloody anti-drug campaign that has claimed thousands of lives. / AFP / TED ALJIBE (Photo credit should read TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images)
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