Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte threatens to "declare war on Canada" within a week if the country is not cleared and tons of garbage are being removed to Manila, most likely just garbage.
The two nations, though true, have made relationships, grouched unpredictable songs, and brand-new expressions have become his calling card. He often presents his remarks with "Mother Ferker" and boasts of killing people at the age of ten, and says things like eating the liver of a terrorist.
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On Tuesday, the garbage The speaking leader demanded that Canada should get tons of garbage that had been wrongly sent to the Philippines in 201
It's highly unlikely that he would take any drastic measures should war break out, a comparison of the military. This seems to indicate that Canada would undermine its competition
According to a comparison of military power from 2019, Canada ranks 21st out of 137 countries, while the Philippines are 64.
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The Asian Nation dominates in the total mil line 305,000 compared to Canada's 94,000 in Ottawa, Ottawa beats Manila in the areas of purchasing power and aircraft (384 to 171).
Canada has 53 fighters / inceptors, 53 fighters, 39 transporters, 138 coaches, 148 Helicopters, 1,467 flying airports, 2,000 armored combat vehicles, 160 towed artillery, 4 submarines, 12 frigates, 20 patrol boats and 10 major ports and terminals.
The Philippines drive at 0 Fighters, 20 Fighters, 22 Vans, 24 Coaches, 97 Helicopters, 247 Serviceable Airports, 530 Armored Fighting Vehicles, 286 Rifled Artillery, 0 Submarines, 3 Frigates, 10 Marine Corvettes or Naval Warships, 39 Patrol Boats and 6 major ports and terminals.
Canada also has strong alliances around the world including England, Australia and France. Duterte could probably influence Saudi Arabia, which has maintained diplomatic relations with the Canadians since last year, and perhaps President Trump.
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calling her a trade fraudster. He has also fired on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, calling him "very dishonest and weak". He also called Trudeau for his leftist policy against illegal drugs.
On the other hand, Trump has praised Duterte and said he has a "great relationship" with him. The mood seemed to be mutual. Duterte has often praised Trump and called him a "good friend".
Duterte addressed the garbage issue in a television meeting with local officials late Tuesday after visiting the earthquake-ridden province of Pampanga north of Manila.
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"I want to prepare a boat. Maybe next week I'll warn Canada that they should pull it out, or I'll sail to Canada and dump their garbage there, "Duterte said. 19659005] "Celebrate because your garbage is coming home," he said. "Eat it if you want."
On Wednesday, the Canadian Embassy in the Philippines issued a somewhat substantiated response, saying: "A joint technical working group, consisting of officials from both countries, examines the full range of problems related to the elimination of waste with a view to a timely resolution "and said that Canada is committed to ensuring that the waste streams are" processed in an environmentally friendly manner ".