Deaths squads rampant in the Philippines

The murder of 32 people in one night last week, once again highlights the murderous rampage that President Duterte has unleashed in the Philippines with his ‘War on Drugs’. It is estimated that close to 10,000 people have been killed so far, with bodies being dumped in the sea and children also being targeted. While there is growing opposition, most poor urban working class communities are totally defenceless against these death squads. A new film, Duterte’s Hell, portrays the horror of these killings.