“A ship is always safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.” If there is one thing that an Ateneo education taught me after 4 years ofstudying Chemistry formulas and theories in Management, immersing myself in different communities for my OSCI requirements (from New Bilibid Prison inmates to Ondoy-ravaged areas in Marikina), and reflecting about life in Theology and Philosophy classes, it has succeeded in disturbing me.Getting out of our comfort zones, be it rallying against the exemption granted to Blue Residences, or sending delegatesto the Run for Pasig River, an Ateneo education is not limited to the usual board and chalk format constrained to the four walls of the classroom.
She said that 'human rights briefly came up in the context of the Philippines' fight against illegal drugs,' but Roque insisted Duterte had broached the subject of the 'drug menace' in the Philippines himself.'It was President Duterte who brought up with President Trump the drug menace in the Philippines, and the US president appeared sympathetic and did not have any official position on the matter but was merely nodding his head,' Roque said.
Duterte also shocked the international community earlier this year when he said he would allow his own son to be killed if he was found to be dealing drugs.
Mr Turnbull was allocated just 30 minutes with President Trump, after earlier being promised something a little more substantial. officials had told the Washington Post that President Trump abruptly hung up on Mr Turnbull after just 25 minutes - when the pair were meant to speak for an hour.
It was also the first time they had met in person, following a terse January phone call where President Trump reportedly shouted at Mr Turnbull as the two leaders clashed over a refugee agreement Australia had struck with the previous Obama administration. The American president had reportedly told Mr Turnbull the conversation was 'the worst call by far' he had taken that day, after 'boasting' about pleasant exchanges with Russian President Vladimir Putin and three other world leaders.
President Trump reportedly ranted about the deal the Obama administration struck with Canberra to take 1250 genuine refugees from Nauru and Manus Island, telling Mr Turnbull: 'I don't want these people.'It was the 'worst deal ever', he told the prime minister, complaining he was 'going to get killed' politically for following through on the resettlement agreement.
The leader of the free world, it appears, was much gentler with Mr Duterte in Manila, failing to mention reports that 7000 suspected drug users and dealers were killed in his first year in office.'The issue of human rights did not arise.
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