SHOCKING: How PH became 'shabu capital of the world', future narco-state [video]

This shocking video published on Facebook shows how the Philippines became the so-called "shabu capital of the world" and a future narco-state.

To establish and support the standpoint, "the friends of VACC (Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption)" gathered video clips of television news reports about real drug-related events that happened in the country and aired interviews with knowledgeable individuals.

A country becomes a narco-state when drug traffickers can already buy-off members of the government, military, and police. According to one of the resource persons in the video, our country is in danger of becoming a narco-state.

It's a very disturbing reality, but shabu can be bought anywhere, even in the barangays, for a very affordable price. Sources said anyone can buy shabu and get high on drugs for as low as P20, way cheaper than one kilo of rice.

In his campaign sorties, the incoming president Rodrigo Duterte vowed to suppress if not totally eradicate criminality and illegal drugs within 3 to 6 months.

It remains to be seen whether or not he would be able to fulfill his promise to the Filipino people. WE HOPE and TRUST HE CAN DO IT.