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In her January 07, 2017 article in Philippine Daily Inquirer titled Let’s look at Thailand’s war on drugs, Solita Collas-Monsod wrote "Will this war on drugs be successful?" Her answer was "no".

The basis of her answer was the experience of Thailand, which conducted its first war on drugs beginning in 2003, and then (according to news reports) conducted a second war on drugs sometime in 2008, and has gone on to a third, maybe even a fourth, war on drugs.

According to Monsod, the Thai officials admitted defeat.

But wait....... defeat is only when you give up the war. Example, the NPA insurgency has been running for the last 45 years. We have not defeated them neither have they won but one thing is for sure, if we give up then we are defeated.





Monsod's has the typical losers attitude.  It is the "let's try a bit and if we don't win right away we surrender".  Can you imagine if the attitude of our military leaders was that if a quick victory isn't possible then let's just run away from the fight?

If you think about it, shabu is an enemy worst than a rebellion because it has produced more casualties than the war itself.  Casualties not just in human life but in the destruction of a human being and turning him or her into a menace to society and a threat to their families.

Monsod is very critical about the war on drugs and even dares to ask the question whether the war on drugs is worth it because of the number of people who have died.  If Duterte stops the war on drugs and we turn into a full-blown narco-state with more than 10 million Filipinos becoming addicts, I then ask her the question, is saving the lives of a few drug addicts and pushers worth the destruction of the nation?





20 comments:

  1. Correct. totoo namang lahat .. lahat ng mga napatay ay sangkot sa Droga! Walang inosente na napagbintangan lang! Sinayang ni Ms. Monsod ang katalinuhan niya na dati mas nakakaraming mga Pinoy ay hanga sa katalinuhan niya.. ngayon 91% ng Pinoy Inis sa kanya!! 9% lang naniniwala sa kanya...sa maling daan na tinatahak niya!!

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    1. Yellow money makes people stupid? No. Greed makes smart people stupid.

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  2. Maybe she should take note of the comment of a Ms. Philippines titlist on this. Perhaps beauty can overwhelm brains.

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    1. Agreed. And her brain begins to deteriorate . Clearly she is in BAD SHAPE.

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  4. she very stupid person.....sinasayang niya ang talino niya...basta s pera...panalangin ko..some day ay....pasokin ng addick bahay niya para malaman niya kung ano sinasabi niya.....

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  5. Eto ang tipikal na politiko na sarado ang pag iisip tungo sa pagbabagago para sa ikabubuti ng kanyang mahal na inang bayan.
    Imbis na sumuporta at hikayatin ang marami na tulungan ang ating mahal na DU30 ay sisiraan pa.
    Sira ang ulo mo!
    Mga katulad mo ang dapat na disiplinahin.
    Nakakahiya ang mga katulad mo.
    Wag ka sana gayahin ng mga anak mo
    Kung wala kang maitutulong.....Just shut the FUCK UP!

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  6. Well they don't have a Duterte in their country. They probably have lots of De Lima protecting them like the previous governments we have had

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  7. Mareng winnie may have looked at it at her life spans perspective since she is old and have expected her dimise sooner that is why she expect it to fail.

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  8. We wait and see...until then, some people will eat their own words. So stop the hate speech,bashing and bullying. We differ in opinions and we differ in sight. But again, being human means respeting the opinions of others without having to be rude.

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    2. You know most of the time, the reason nothing is happening is because of people who are like you, neutral. Most of the comments may be rude, but at least the message is being sent; that most people are not happy with winnie, or anyone who antagonizes the most effective President, and that most Filipinos hate the ineffective "yellows".

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  9. Such a shallow blog post and does nothing to engender a factual discussion about the so-called "war on drugs." FYI that "war" has been waged in the US, the UK and Europe for at least 40 years and has still not been "won."
    Why not? It is impossible to win. Treat drug addiction as a social problem as is the case in Portugal. You still prosecute the dealers but the addicts are given treatment not prisons.
    I write about this and more in my recent book and you can read more on my website at www.stephenbentley.info -
    Let's have a reasoned debate about these issues and not scandalize people who have a different opinion than you.

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    1. oh my goodness, I can't believe that this is coming from an elderly, who is supposed to be saying words that are full of wisdom or at least logic. . . it is impossible? but in world history, Rody's way is so far the tact that produced the best result. . . you might think otherwise, but can you tell a better option that you can implement and that will indeed show result? you based your opinion from the results from US and other countries who failed, . . really? that is them, can we not make our own research and make exception? you said treatment and not prison . . . really? how will you treat over 6 millions who are most likely enjoying it? how do you intend to tell them to stop? tell me with a "reasonable" answer and show that you are not a shallow-thinker

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  10. I understand she is an economist. Like GMA, perhaps. Her line of thinking is the reason why we have "weak' economy.

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  11. Her reason is too shallow. So, on the basis of thailand's failure, we shouldn't wage war against drugs? I , a nobody, unlike her who is supposed to be a famous economist, would rather give it a try than do nothing at all. All those who died to uphold this fight were unfortunate to have been counted as collateral damage. There hasn't been a war that nobody dies, after all, the end will justify the means. It may be bloodied, we may not be able to absolutely eradicate this pandemic, however, be very sure, there will be an apparent good result. Even now, the process is truly scary to those who are into this business. These yelowtards and those who are against this wat are just after their own selfish concerns. Tsk tsk. Too selfish.

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  12. Kala ko matalino si Lola.
    Stop protecting the Illegal Drug industries in the Philippines!

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