Streets running with blood and 3,700 dead: After 100 days in office Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte compares his crackdown on drugs to 'Hitler's Holocaust' and cuts ties to US
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- Reports claim more than 3,700 dead in Philippines' war against drugs in the last three months
- President Rodrigo Duterte is violently carrying out his campaign promise in the last 100 days
- Up to 26,000 people have been arrested and thousands turning themselves in out of fear
- Duterte's remains popular with 8/10 Filipinos satisfied with the campaign against drugs
- The US, European Union, Roman Catholic Church and UN have condemned the slaughters
- Duterte has now unofficially called an an end to its alliance with the United States after 65 years
The Philippines president's war against drugs has reached new macabre heights with the death toll surging above 3,700 and he is now sensationally halting the nation's military alliance with the US after 65 years.
The bombastic president Rodrigo Duterte, has sensationally disparaged the country's alliance with the US ordering its troops to leave his shores.
The potential ending of an alliance comes as a reaction to the international outrage of the slaughter of drug addicts and criminals at the hands of vigilantes and police in the Philippines.
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The Philippines' death toll has reached more than 3,700 in less than three months The United Nations, the US, the European Union and the Catholic Church have all condemned the potential breach of human rights
Filipinos cuffed and rounded up in Manila during the drug crackdown ordered by the president
The fear of being shot has triggered drug dealers to turn themselves into police, with more than 26,000 people arrested and hundreds of thousands turning themselves into authorities
The Filipino president, dubbed 'The Punisher', has been heavily lambasted for his ruthless crackdown on drugs with the Philippines' death toll reaching more than 3,700 in less than three months, according to Al Jazeera.
Duterte ordered the drug crackdown as an election promise fuelling widespread bloodshed - equating to 36 Filipinos dying every day in his first 100 days in office - and the terror can be seen in the graphic photos below.
Duterte's drug raids come after he said at least 3.7 million Filipinos have become addicted to methamphetamine, known locally as shabu.
He has claimed to have encouraged citizens to take matters into their own hands with the help of police and alleged secret death squads.
The Huffington Post report that the killings occur in 'encounters' with motorcycle vigilante gunmen or killed by trained police or unofficial death squads.
Crowds gather around a suspected drug dealer killed in the violent drug raids in the Philippines
Authorities carry a dead man killed in the violent drug raids in the Philippines
Police look to enter a house to take a grandfather to a police station as part of the crackdown
Terror has taken over the Philippines with more than 26,000 people arrested and 3,700 dead
The unofficial death toll in the Philippines is reported to have reached 3,700 since the raids started just over 100 days ago
The slaughter has equated to roughly 36 Filipinos killed everyday since Duterte took over as leader of the nation
Two motor cyclists gunned down in Manila as a result of the 'war on drugs' crackdown
Cases include a five-year-old girl tragically killed as gunman opened fire on her grandfather and a father and son smoking shabu beaten and shot to death in police custody.
The fear of being shot has triggered drug dealers to turn themselves into police, with more than 26,000 people arrested and tens of thousands turning themselves into authorities.
This had lead to despicable conditions in jails and the limited 44 rehabilitation centres across the nation.
The fear tactic has seen Duterte's popularity sky-rocket, with a Social Weather Stations Survey in late September showed 8/10 Filipino residents are satisfied with the campaign promise to crackdown on drug users and dealers.
Incredibly the fear tactic has seen Duterte's popularity sky-rocket with 8/10 Filipino residents are satisfied with the campaign promise to crackdown on drug addicts and dealers
Drug addicts and dealers are turning themselves in as they are scared they will be shot or beat up in the violent drug raids
In a speech in Davao - a city where reportedly death squads were sanctioned - Duterte responded to claims of his comparison to Hitler.
'Hitler massacred three million Jews, now, there is three million drug addicts. I'd be happy to slaughter them," he said.
While both figures were incorrect, he continued to say, 'At least if Germany had Hitler, the Philippines would have...", where he reportedly pointed to himself, according to the BBC.
However, the international community has slammed Duterte's maligned war on drugs, which has seen armed police sanctioned to target and raid drug dealers.
A young man takes a photo of two victims of the violent drug war that has claimed more than 3,700 people according to reports
Relatives mourn the loss of two cyclists killed in the vicious drug raids with the death toll reaching 3,700 people
The international community has slammed Duterte's maligned war on drugs, which has seen armed police sanctioned to target and raid drug dealers
The Roman Catholic Church, the European Union, the US and the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon have condemned the killings as a breach of human rights.
In his long list of boisterous comments, Duterte recently told president Barrack Obama to, 'Go to hell', and has claimed he will make sure the amphibious military exercise on its beaches, one of 26 military actions, in six months will be the last between the nations.
He claimed the US was using his nation as a 'doormat' and said as long as he was in charge the Philippines relationship with the US was over.
The US are still waiting for official notification according to reports.
Children look down at a body that was found dead earlier in the week in Manila
People mourn the man killed during a drug deal operation earlier in the week in Manila
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