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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Kuwait Newspaper Depicts Duterte as Crazed, Stupid and a Terrorist

A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.

A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.

The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.

May 7, 2016
A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.

The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.


May 10, 2016 - Election Day
A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.

Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.





August 29, 2016
A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.

Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.


September 27, 2016
A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.

The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality. He is also shown crossing a "human rights" line.


October 11, 2016
A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.

The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.





October 24, 2016
A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.


Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.




February 01, 2017
A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.


While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.



March 04, 2017
A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.

As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.

It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of a sovereign country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.


April-30-2017
A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.

Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.






A Kuwait-based newspaper is taking flak from netizens when pictures of its editorial cartoons featuring the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made rounds in the internet. The Kuwaiti Times editorials paint the highly popular leader in bad light. He was depicted in various personas such as a butcher, an insane person, a murderous villain and a moronic terrorist.  The images below are arranged in chronological order. The dates when the images were published are shown so you can check Kuwait Times' website to see for yourself.  May 7, 2016  The editorial cartoons begin innocently enough showing President Duterte as a fighter casting his ballot for the Presidential Elections of 2016.   May 10, 2016 - Election Day  Upon winning the elections, President Duterte makes it again in the editorial cartoon section. This time, the Kuwait Times' shows the President pointing a gun and trash-talking some "punk," while what seems to be blood is seen in the bottom left corner.   August 29, 2016  Things get malicious with Kuwait Times as they portrayed a leader of an independent nation as a butcher, about to hack the Philippines in the form of a bloody piece of hanging meat.  September 27, 2016  The President is depicted wearing slippers, with his mouth, both hands and a foot "holding" a gun. A text bubble implies that Duterte is frustrated for not being able to kill all drug dealers, a statement so far from reality.   October 11, 2016  The Kuwait Times mocks President Duterte again, this time along with US President-Elect Donald Trump. The paper depicts the two world leaders as a pimple on the face of a globe. The Kuwait Times editor seems to disagree about the populist views that helped elect both Duterte and Trump into office.   October 24, 2016  Misinterpreting the President's statements on addicts, the Kuwait Times editors insulted the still popular leader, depicting him as an insane person in an asylum, complete with a straitjacket. President Duterte has since apologized to the Jewish community regarding the misunderstood statement.   February 01, 2017  While not directly attacking the President, the newspaper wrongly depicts the Philippine Government's war on drugs as war on the poor. The image shows a member of the Philippine National Police shooting a stray dog dead. The editorial also insults Filipinos, depicting them as dogs. Clearly, the editors of this newspaper are not conducting enough research before publishing their work.  March 04, 2017  As the Philippine lawmakers are debating the reinstatement of death penalty, the Kuwait Times editors cannot help but poke fun at the Philippine President. It depicted Duterte trash-talking the bullet-riddled body of what could only be assumed as a criminal. Around the guys neck is a noose, as the paper's editors wanted to lay all extra-judicial deaths to the President.  It is ironic that a paper from Kuwait will criticize the leader of an independent country regarding death penalty, when their own country of Kuwait executes more people than most other countries except for a few.   April-30-2017  Not happy with depicting the Philippine leader as an insane person, the Kuwait paper repeats the insult, this time pairing Duterte with Trump. The editorial mischievously draws Duterte and Trump as two crazy blabbermouths who have so much in common. The two are shown wearing straitjackets.   May 30, 2017  At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.  What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?  Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article! DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.

At the height of the Marawi Crisis, while other countries were offering their support to the Philippines, the Kuwait-based newspaper ups its malicious depiction as it publishes a malevolent piece of editorial cartoon likening the Philippine President with other Islamic militants, and making the insult one step higher by labeling Mr. Duterte as a moron.




What do you think of the Kuwait Times? Do you agree with their assessment? Do you think the editor-in-chief should make a public apology? What about the "artist" who's supposedly done the drawings, should he lose his job?



Tell us what you think! Please comment and share this article!


sources: GMA, Kuwait Times Archive

DISCLAIMER: All editorials were taken from Kuwait Times website, they own the rights to it, but they DO NOT have the right to insult our President! If you agree with me, drop them a message here >>> Kuwait Times Facebook Page.





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