Duterte asks Trump to formally declare White Christian caliphate



THE HAGUE – Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte submitted a petition against President Donald trump of United States in the International Court of Justice on Friday.

The petition accuses President Trump of nepotism, authoritarianism, casual racism and gross incompetence, which have been hallmarks of governments in developing countries for the last eight decades.

The petition also accuses President Trump of cultural appropriation and seeks an end to usage of above-mentioned practices.

The petition asks President Trump to either modify his behavior or declare the establishment of a White Christian Caliphate, making things easier for the world to understand.

The petitioner has asked the formation of a UN-led military force to rein in Trump and take over the United States if he doesn’t mend his ways.

A sub-clause of the petition seeks the support of Canada and Mexico to build a wall around the United States, to keep the world safe from the country.

The petition has been signed by prominent political figures on the world stage including Aung San Suu Kyi, Jacob Zuma, Yingluck Shinawatra, Rahul Gandhi, Maryam Nawaz, Eric Trump, Nicolas Maduro, Robert Mugabe, Chelsea Clinton and Justin Trudeau.

A source close to Duterte, told The Dependent that the president believes that instead of making America great again, Trump was trying to make America, Mexico again.

The resistance movement raging in the United States against Trump administration endorsed this petition.