Unlike Hannibal the Cannibal, Duterte prefers salt and vinegar to a “nice chianti” when he feasts on human livers

President Duterte has again threatened to eat the livers of Abu Sayyaf terrorists after two Vietnamese hostages had been beheaded in Basilan.

In a speech right now (Wednesday, July 5), a visibly upset president stated: “I will eat your liver if you want. Give me salt and vinegar, and I will it raw in front of you.”

His phrases echo an analogous risk when he addressed an viewers of kids at the opening of a sports activities event in April.

Referring to Abu Sayyaf’s foiled kidnap raid on Bohol Island, he stated: “If you need me to be an animal, I’m additionally used to that. We’re simply the similar.

“I can dish out, go down what you can 50 times over.” He then stated that if a terrorist was introduced to him when he’s in a foul temper, “give me salt and vinegar and I’ll eat his liver.”

In right now’s speech, at an occasion to have a good time the basis of Hagonoy city in Davao del Sur, the president additionally expressed regret for the destiny of the two sailors. “Did you see the new victims they beheaded?” he requested. “The two Vietnamese that they kidnapped three months in the past? They lower off their necks.

“We will explain this again to the Vietnamese… You want to be enslaved by these? Ay son of a bitch. Let’s just circumcise ourselves again.”

He then recalled the time in November when he allowed 17 Vietnamese fishermen arrested for poaching in Philippine waters to return to their nation with out charges.

“They thanked us, however we’ve a brand new drawback now. This one. The two had been actually beheaded.

“What are you really trying to prove with these actions? And they say they have a God? You take the name of Allah in vain? You use the name of God to kill people that way?”

In the similar speech the president additionally pledged that there can be no abuses underneath martial regulation and urged Communists rebels to get totally behind the peace course of.

Source: philippineslifestyle