PDP-Laban front runner in the 2016 Philippine presidential race dons a shirt emblazoned with a picture of him giving the finger and the words ‘JE SUIS RODY’ in a bid to stop the terror threats of radical extremist group the Roman Catholic Coalition Against Libel and Atrocities or RC-COLA.
MANILA, Philippines – A defiant Rodrigo Duterte who has always been repelled with wearing t-shirts wore one for the first time in his life. The tucked red shirt was emblazoned with a “Je Suis Rody” print to anticipate the retaliation from radical Roman Catholic terror group similar to the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
The alleged terror threats were in retaliation of a slur that Duterte spewed to Pope Francis. Neither RC-Cola and Duterte were mum on the full text of the terror threat. Asked about this by a local news reporter yesterday in an ambush interview, Duterte replied, “&*$%^ ka nakita mo nang umiihi ako!”
In a televised interview on November 30, Duterte said in a joking tone,
Gusto kong tawagan, ‘Pope putang ina ka, umuwi ka na. ‘Wag ka nang magbisita dito. (Pope, you son of a bitch, go home. Don’t visit here anymore.)
This comment drew flak from the Roman Catholic faithful prompting Socrates Villegas of the Catholic Bishop Conference of the Philippines to issue a public statement saying,
When a revered and loved and admired man like Pope Francis is cursed by a political candidate and the audience laugh, I can only bow my head and grieve in great shame. My countrymen have gone to the dregs.
Villegas clarified that he was not referring to Catholic liberals with this statement but to Duterte himself. The Duterte camp blames their atheist supporters and lost Alma Moreno followers for creating those laughter.
RC-COLA is a growing terrorist group. It has experienced a 100% growth this year alone. Composed of two people whose initials have been leaked by Edward Snowden as Tito and Kurdapia, they said that the growth this year is a testimony to their growing popularity. In a secret press release last year, group/tandem leader Kurdapia said that their group is the counterpart of the Islamic terror group ISIS. To date, they haven’t done any terror activity in the Philippines but said they are “carefully gaining fund” by stealing cashier donation cans in Jollibee and McDonald’s.
RC-COLA has not issued a statement concerning the terror threats on Duterte.
Meanwhile, senatorial hopeful Alma Moreno issued a statement today concerning Duterte’s recent Pope slur but entirely misses one letter but adds a few more.