President Rodrigo Duterte remains to be livid with the communists over the assaults that the New People’s Army launched towards authorities forces regardless of their demand for the continuation of peace talks.
Speaking earlier than the households of fallen troopers in Malacañang Tuesday (July 25), Duterte reiterated his assertion that he was certainly a bully, as described by the communists.
“Yung NDF. Sabihin mo bully. Bully ako? P***** i**, totoo, bully talaga ako. Sinong hindi… Pagka kalaban kita, you are an enemy of the state, bubulihin (bully) kita. Bu-b*** s****** talaga kita,” he mentioned.
Duterte then recalled the time he welcomed communist leaders to the Palace to speak.
“Kakausapin ko kayo nandito sa Malacañang first time, nakapasok kayo dito, ipinasyal ko pa kayo, naghanda pa ng pagkain diyan. Itong mga g*** na ‘to, bakit hindi niyo nilason? Tapos na siguro ‘yung problema ko,” he mentioned.
Duterte mentioned he was the one President who allowed communist leaders from the bottom stage and as much as enter the Palace.
The President known as off the peace talks with the communists after the NPA staged a number of assaults towards authorities forces this month.