Foreign netizen reveals how Europe gets negative news about Duterte, "the word “shocked” is an understatement seeing the ton of ‘stuff’"

Has anyone ever wondered how all negative reports get into Europe? How the European netizens gotten their wrong impression about President Rodrigo Duterte?

A certain Sherry Zimmer revealed how, a foundation, started by Fr. Shay Cullen, who also writes for Manila Times, spreads the news all over Europe painting bad image on the Philippine president.

“What is very clear to me, is that this is how all the Rappler reporting gets into Europe – this is all available in German as well as English. Fr. Shay Cullen has become rather silent on his anti-Duterte rants in the Manila Times but he sure is not silent in Europe.” Zimmer wrote on her wall post.

“Is it any wonder that many Europeans have a bad impression of President Duterte.” She added.

Zimmer said how that the word “shocked” is an understatement seeing the ton of ‘stuff’ posted on

Here are the first 12 articles posted on out of the tons of the said ‘stuff’:

Duterte And Davao Death Squad: ‘Defending The Indefensible’.
June 1, 2015 · By (
MANILA, Philippines – Human Rights Watch (HRW) deputy Asia director Phelim Kine on Monday, May 25, called Davao Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s “justification” of the need for a so-called “death squad” to solve crime in his city as merely an “attempted defense of the indefensible.” “Our concerns are that Mayor Duterte has continued to assert […]

Frame-Ups And Extortion Is A Common Crime In Philippine Airports.
November 3, 2015 · By Editha.Z.Cadyaya for
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte vows to lawyer for victims and appeals directly to President Benigno Aquino III to step-in. The appeal was in response to a plea from a Netherlands based Filipino about to come home but was afraid of falling victim to a bullet-planting scam in the Philippines’ international airport. The Aviation Security […]

Duterte To CBCP: Ask Me To Withdraw And I Will
December 3, 2015 · By Pia Ranada for
Duterte says cursing the Pope was a ‘slip of the tongue,’ and also challenges bishops to answer for sexual abuses of priests MANILA, Philippines – After being slammed by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) for cursing Pope Francis, Rodrigo Duterte said he would withdraw if the body asks, but would challenge bishops […]

Aquino’s Human Rights Record A ‘Failure’ – Watchdog
March 7, 2016 · By Acor Arceo for
Human Rights Watch also denounces Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for ‘encouraging’ extrajudicial killings MANILA, Philippines – An international watchdog condemned the human rights record of President Benigno Aquino III, saying he has failed to make the reforms needed for a lasting legacy. In its World Report 2016 released on Thursday, January 28, Human Rights […]

Aquino Signs Law Increasing Tax-Exempt Value Of Balikbayan Boxes
Cebu Gov’t Supports Duterte’s Planned Curfew For Minors
May 25, 2016 · By Richale Cabauatan for
(UPDATED) A resolution supporting the reimposition of the death penalty, however, is deferred CEBU CITY, Philippines (UPDATED) – The Cebu provincial board approved on Monday, May 23, the resolution supporting a 10 pm curfew for minors, effective June 30, when the new set of elected officials start their term. The provincial board passed the local […]

June 2, 2016 · By Agence France-Presse for
The foul-mouthed politician launches a series of post-election tirades against criminals and repeats his vows to kill them – particularly drug traffickers, rapists and murderers DAVAO, Philippines – Philippine president-elect Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday, May 31, that corrupt journalists were legitimate targets of assassination, as he amped up his anti-crime crusade with bounty offers […]

June 2, 2016 · By Rappler News for
(UPDATED) President Benigno Aquino III signs the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act which is expected to reduce corruption in the Bureau of Customs, as well as technical smuggling in the country MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Good news for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) […]

Bishop: Shall We Become A Generation Of Murderers?
August 9, 2016 · By Paterno Esmaquel II for
Archbishop Socrates Villegas releases the strongest statement by a Catholic leader against the bloody anti-drug war waged by President Rodrigo Duterte MANILA, Philippines – While other bishops have remained silent on the recent killings in the Philippines, Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas is set to preach his warning on Sunday, August 7, against the Duterte administration’s […]

UN Human Rights Experts Urge PH To Stop Drug-Related Killings
August 22, 2016 · By for
Two United Nations special rapporteurs call for drug trafficking offenses to be ‘judged in a court of law, not by gunmen on the streets’ MANILA, Philippines – Two United Nations (UN) human rights experts criticized the Philippines’ war against drugs and the extrajudicial killings that it is believed to have spurred. They called on Philippine […]

Death Toll Breaches 2,000-Mark As War On Drugs Enters 3rd Month
September 2, 2016 · By Bea Cupin for
All in all, 2,446 people have died since the new administration began its campaign against illegal drugs on July 1 MANILA, Philippines – As the Philippine government’s “war on drugs” entered its third month, the Philippine National Police (PNP) confirmed that the death toll has breached the 2,000-mark. All in all, 2,446 people have died […]

Duterte: My Mouth Can’t Bring Down PH
September 26, 2016 · By Pia Ranada for
To investors worried about his public pronouncements, he says: ‘Lumayas kayo’ (Leave MANILA, Philippines – He may curse at world leaders and threaten criminals, but President Rodrigo Duterte insists his mouth can’t bring down the country. “Do not keep complaining about my mouth because my mouth is not the problem. It cannot bring down a […]

The Silent Church
October 20, 2016 · By Walden Bello for
The Catholic Church is undergoing a very deep crisis of credibility, if not legitimacy – one that its leaders feel could worsen should it challenge President Rodrigo Duterte on the killings A recent Reuters article portrayed the Catholic Church as an institution intimidated by the new Philippine president and very careful in voicing its views […]

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