posted on Oct, 8 2017 @ 07:43 AM
love all the speculation about someone who was not even in the country during the attack. it seems that he may have sent her out, likely to keep her
out of it. and possibly so she would not notice what he was up to, like keeping her out of his way. this is someone who typically went to the
Philippines once a year. and we have been told that he unexpectedly gave her the ticket he was "able to get cheap", thus allying any suspicions about
being sent away.
i have seen absolutely nothing tying her or her family to being Muslim, forget the Muslim terrorists down in the south of the country. it seems her
family is from just outside of Manila in the north of the country. which would make it far more likely they are Catholic, Ignacio na Cristo, or
Christian if anything. also if there was any connection to Muslims or terrorism in the family Duturte would have been all over that, as he seems to
hate Muslim terrorists being from the south himself. and the war against Muslims that has been going on for some months now. a war that the US has
involvement in and includes the government dropping bombs from aircraft. i think Duterte would have used her as propaganda if there was even a chance
of her or her family being Muslim terrorists. remember this is they guy who supports the murder of anyone even suspected of being involved with
her being in a wheelchair flying back to the US has zero meaning. many older people normally use wheelchairs. it not only keeps them from having to
walk, and gets them onto aircraft first. but it also allows them to get through things like security checks and customs/immigration much faster, since
they avoid the lines. seriously every time i fly back and forth their are always many people in wheelchairs, that would not normally use one.
and that $100,000 was apparently to build a house. sent to a family member since it is illegal for anyone other than a citizen to own property in the
Philippines. she being an Australian (i'm sure we would have heard it if she had dual citizenship), and he being an American can not own property. but
her relatives being citizens can own property. this is actually quite a normal thing to happen when a Filipino from overseas or a foreigner who is
"dating"/married to a Filipino that are not Philippines citizens do when they return to retire. they have their family own the property. and in
many cases most of the family will live with them as well. many times "working" for them as house helpers, yayas, drivers and security (since only a
Philippine citizen is allowed by law to own and have a gun). now whether this was supposed to be a parting gift to her, or possibly even a place for
him to disappear to after his shooting spree is unknown. but regardless sending such money is common and would not have caused any suspicions. also
some of that money may have been to start a business as a couple ways a foreigner may stay as long as they want with unlimited entry exits from the
country is to employ at least 10 Filipinos, or to have at least $10,000 (US) in a bank account. another way to do so is to marry a Philippines
citizen. which she apparently is not, and you will notice marriage only lets you stay indefinitely reporting to immigration once a year, not gaining
citizenship. seriously you should see all the foreigners at immigration during the time of year they must report in, for those who are in the country
under those circumstances.
i think in the end the girlfriend will be completely absolved of any part in this. he seems to have treated her like crap. why would he let her in on
any of his plans?