5 Big Reasons Why President Aquino Will Never Be Able To Vilify Senator Marcos

It certainly seems that President Aquino is really worried about Senator Bongbong Marcos’s ever growing popularity. Indeed, according to some, Senator Marcos’ vice presidency is assured this coming election. Now, truth be told, it’s quite obvious that President Aquino is still stuck in the past and still eyes the Marcoses warily, thinking them responsible for the death of his parents. He would like no better than to see Senator Marcos discredited and demonized before the public and lose any chance of holding on to any kind of political power. That’s why you’ll notice the allies and associates of the Aquino family going out of their way to remind people of the alleged “horrors” of the Martial Law years and spouting slogans like “never again” which, to me at least, seems to be a ripoff of the motto of Holocaust victims.

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Anyway, try as he might, I strongly doubt President Aquino will be able to effectively ruin Senator Marcos’s reputation as a politician and a statesman. Media organizations allied with the Aquino family can spout whatever black propaganda they want about Senator Marcos but, from the looks of things, will only further infuriate audiences who are fed up with the Aquino administration’s incompetencies and inadequacies. Of course, I don’t really agree with the idea that Senator Marcos will win for sure but I also think that President Aquino will have to rely on more than just malicious slander if he really wants to discourage people from supporting and voting for Senator Marcos.

As always, don’t just take my word for it though. After all, I wouldn’t want all of you calling me out on just spouting a lot of hot air. Here are five things that President Aquino needs to overcome if he plans to make Senator Marcos look bad, or at least, look worse than the current administration:

Senator Marcos Is A Self-Made Man

Okay, truth be told, “Marcos” is a household name and just about everyone has at least heard of them. However, take note how many, especially the Aquino family and their media allies, go out of their way to demonize the Marcos family. Indeed, even now, many of them claim that the sins of the father are also the sins of the son and that Senator Marcos should apologize for all the said “atrocities” that took place during the Martial Law years. I’d like to say that if this were indeed the truth, President Aquino should also be held accountable for his grandfather’s betrayal of the Filipino people to Imperial Japan back in World War II but I digress.

Thing is, President Marcos made his way up through school, the Senate and Congress through his own hard work. He has few, if any, honorary titles like our current president, meaning he worked hard to make something of himself and didn’t get to where he was simply through the popularity of his namesake. Also, he is now running as vice president of the Philippines without using the death of any of his loved ones to boost his popularity.

Senator Marcos Has Actual Achievements

On we go to his actual performance as a politician. As a congressman, he passed bills that helped improve the accessibility of medicine for our countrymen and, as a senator, he authored senate bills against drunk driving and human trafficking. This is in direct contrast to President Aquino’a lack of any bills he has passed on his own during his time in the Senate.

Now, Senator Marcos’s bills might not seem like much to some of you but I’m gonna go out of my way to explain why I think they’re important. Did you know that drunk driving kills more people than natural disasters? Okay, can you imagine the horror that can ensue if a fully loaded jeepney is being driven by a heavily intoxicated driver? Also, did you know that many of our countrymen are being exploited overseas are being exploited as slaves by foreigners after they were duped into thinking that they would become well-paid OFWs outside their country? Can you imagine the horror of being a sex slave in the Middle-East?

Senator Marcos Is A Progressive Thinker

Another thing to note is that Senator Marcos doesn’t allow his family’s past to tarnish his current work and vision. While I doubt he’s perfect, he seems to have a genuine plan for both his career and his constituents. He is a man who looks forward to tomorrow and how bright he can make that tomorrow.

Now, compare this to President Aquino who does nothing but play the blame game whenever he’s given the chance to talk. He goes on and on about the “horrors” of Martial Law and how his predecessors, namely former President Arroyo, has ruined the country even though he seems to be using the latter’s plan for economic growth which he claims credit for. President Aquino can’t seem to even think about the future of the country he’s supposedly running as he’s too entrenched in the past and his childhood.

Senator Marcos Is A Mature Person

Note how Senator Marcos seems to take everything in stride even though people continue to vilify him and his family. In the end, he almost does what he thinks is best for his constituents and works hard at making something of himself and his role as a politician. When he meets with media personnel and common people, he behaves appropriately and treats people with respect and dignity.

Okay, now take a look at President Aquino’s constant grinning even in inappropriate circumstances like the death of the SAF 44. Note also his tendency to make excuses such as saying that “he wasn’t invited” to the memorial service to the victims of Yolanda in Tacloban. He has shown little empathy for his people if he has even the slightest amount of it.

Senator Marcos Is NOT A Loser

Alright, maybe I am going to far with this one but I just can’t help myself. Of course, we all know that Senator Marcos is already married but don’t forget that this too has its own significance. Marriage isn’t simply about two people coming together, you know.

By being married, at least you can show people that someone has their full trust, respect and love in you. It’s not simply about someone “shacking up” with you. It means that someone out there is willing to share their life or perhaps even soul with you because you mean that much to them.

So you see, what can we expect from a 50-year-old spoiled brat of a boy who has yet to know how to act like a right and proper human being around others?

[Photo courtesy PhilStar.]

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Robert Haighton
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Come on, you must be kidding about your last “reason” (being married). The Dutch prime minister (the highest political position one can get in my country) – by the name of Mark Rutte – is single. He is not married and not in a relationship. So his credentials are untrustworthy? Mark is a member of the liberal party VVD (that is right wing, in political terms). I can even use the reason of being single as a benefit. A single person (not being married, not being in a relationship) can put ALL his time (incl his spare time) into politics… Read more »
Letz
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It doesn’t matter if a leader is married or not not…important is how he fulfill his duty to the country and people…..but contrary to the aquino admin which is useless being a single president because he has no time for his people….but bad mouthing to his enemies is his best…

zaxx
Member

Yes a lot of homosexuals and unmarried professionals actually excel just because they can focus.

But people who can achieve much in their careers DESPITE being married and having a family are those we can doubly admire and look up to. “Balance” in life is something hard to come by these days.

Robert Haighton
Member

Most married people have either a 9-to-5 job or a 9-to-5 mentality. Those who are married and having a high-end job, mostly end up in a divorce because the partner cant handle the other working “ethics”.
There is balance and there is balance. Lets start with finding a partner who also have a high-end job and who understands its not appropriate to close shop (or turn off one’s PC) at 5PM.

Ann Blanco
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You DUMB IDIOT. 🙂 You must be single, sad, loser and woman hater. lmao

Look who owns
facebook, a young married guy
google
microsoft
and so on…

being married with children made them extra special!

Robert Haighton
Member

And BTW: there is nothing to admire about when somebody is in a unmarried/married relationship and having a few kids and having a job. Thats the freedom of choice. They dont get any more credits than any other person.

gie
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Family is the very basic foundation of your human existence. This is where you first feel the love and care this is where you learned the basic things in life. Having a family of your own lift you up on a different level. Loved and be love, having your own child, looking at your own flesh gives you a deeper understanding of life. having a responsibility as a father gives you more knowledge and experience on how things in life works. there are lots of things you will know and realize as a family man. If that’s not more credit… Read more »
Robert Haighton
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Gie, My human existence can be caused by rape, by a ‘one night stand’, by rape within marriage, by an unwanted, untimely, unplanned act of sex or by what we nowadays call “making love” in which I was planned and wanted. To learn and teach the basic things in life are the implicit duties/tasks of parents/guardians. If they will not teach me those things (tie my shoe laces, ride my bike to name just a few) then I will stay a ‘baby’. If the only way to get admiration is by starting a family, then excuse me but that is… Read more »
Ann Blanco
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if you are gay
then that’s a different story.

you can be extra special being gay
and president!

zaxx
Member
I would assume many of the successful game-changers who are married have very supporting wives who can understand the demands of their work. Marriage is a double edged sword – it can be a hindrance to one’s career; yet a loving supportive partner can also be a source of strength. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Elon Musk are married / with families, and yet that didn’t keep them from reaching for the stars. More is to be expected from NoyNoy considering all the time/focus he could have devoted to EXCELLING, but unfortunately it’s just something that doesn’t run in the blood.… Read more »
Em
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And why they are afraid if Marcos win the election?come on lets give BBM a chance to show what he can contribute to our country.

Dick S. O'Rosary
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Getting the girl means you are “man” enough. Simple as that. Aquino’s continued failure to get the girl, in spite of his advantageous position means that he is unattractive, stupid (because girls like witty guys), has a terrible sense of humor and generally, a loser.

Robert Haighton
Member

Dick,
I cant speak intelligently about Aquino. Maybe he is gay, maybe he wasnt taught properly how to start and how to be in a relationship. Bottomline: I dont care as long as a man/woman knows what it takes to be in the driver’s seat (politically).

Bratz Klwan
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then better for you to shut your mouth!

Robert Haighton
Member

Oops, I must have hit a sensitive string with somebody.

Everytime when I type, my mouth is indeed shut.

norma
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We are not referring to other country. We are referring to the Philippines!

Letz
Guest

Very well said..

martin
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is it true the great grandfather, a general of emilio aguinaldo, also charge of treason?

ren car
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let us not forgrt that James Buchanan and Grover Cleveland were also not married when elected as presidents. Erap was married but he was banging his mistresses left and right, as well as other senators and congressman. I agree that the sins of the father are not the sins of his son. As a matter of fact, I heard true stories of how Marcos was evil, even Jackie Enrile but I have not heard a single story that bong bong was evil. in fact, the stories I heard about bongbong were all GOOD – and I mean every single one… Read more »
DIO
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As expected from an actual Aquino faggot. 😛

So freedom of speech is much more important for you than something fruitful like freedom from poverty.

Yes, you have your own freedom of speech yet you enjoy eating pagpag? Ain’t it great?

ren car
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freedom from poverty? are you telling me that there were no poverty during Marcos, or any ither presidents after him?!? Besides, I am talking about freedom of speech, and your argument is nom-sequitir, Intellectualy challenged much that you had to resort to name calling? butt hurt? Good! LOL! next time you argue with me judt make sure you are armed wuth full mrtal jacket of brain cells. I am not fluent in stupid

YoshikageKira
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You’re missing the point. Even Singapore has little to no poverty.

And to be fair: there are little to no squatters in QC and even the railways from Makati to Paranaque. When Marcos was ousted, most of the squatters are living in those areas. So what’s your point?

Next time you troll on this site, try harder at best. You’re already fluent in stupid because you’re actually EMO over a dead president.

ren car
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i enjoy eating pagpag? lol. I work hard and studied at my own expense, and endured a lot of hardships alomg the way. I worked on menial low paying jobs and worked my way up. I never ever relied on the government to feed me or support me as it is not the governments role to enrich me. The undeniable fact is there were poverty durig, before, and after Marcos. There is no such thing as freedom from poverty. There is freedom of speech and LIBERTY and the pursuit of happiness. Even Japan and the richest countries in Northern Europe… Read more »
DIO
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The undeniable fact is there were poverty durig, before, and after Marcos.

That’s why you’re wrong: you always put Marcos on paper. Isn’t that what we call blatant display of stupidity? And I need to tell you that Singapore is another example of the ‘freedom from poverty’ shtick.

In case you don’t notice: you mentioned the other countries but unlike the Philippines, they never play victims and they always care for their own people at the very least. After Marcos, Pinoys are now playing the victim card, even their own leaders.

Uncommon Sense
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DIO said:

That’s why you’re wrong: you always put Marcos on paper. Isn’t that what we call blatant display of stupidity?

How is s/he wrong? There in fact WAS poverty before, during and after Marcos.

And what is “put Marcos on paper” supposed to mean?

WinterSoldier
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So you like being in a government whored by media that keeps telling you “everything is ok” and not look forward for progress as a society and a nation but to be part of a MEDIOCRITY?

Deep inside, you’re choking on your own tears.

YoshikageKira
Guest

‘Freedom of speech’….?

Makain ba iyan?

Letz
Guest

Ayy oo nilulunok nila yan…lol

TotoroKujo
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You know, if I were to choose between freedom of speech and freedom from poverty, I’d rather choose the third yet hidden option: “Freedom of PROGRESS.” Regardless of past histories and shit, if that candidate can make a big difference, I’d vote for him / her. So objectively, based on merits and accomplishments, my choice would be BBM, hands down. Because despite of the past, he didn’t let it define him. He just continued doing his job as a legislator. (And look at those wind-powered generators! Just add a solar panel farm and it will be badass!) The Aquino admin… Read more »
Amaya
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Best answer TotoroKujo!

Sick_Amore
Guest

BNPP is already outdated. And also, let’s vote for somehow who have a great plan for modern and fast public transpo and who can envision a free energy tower or who’s planning to plant an energy power and wireless connection system that will lower the energy/internet subscription cost and prevent energy shortage/stupid disconnection for LuzViMinda’s continuous and high productivity. Hehe

Rocker
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It is what BBM envisioned. More internet connection for young people to learn more and for much more businesses to enter Phil.

Kari Normann
Guest

BNPP is NOT outdated. In South Korea there are 25 Nuclear Power plants that just as old as BNPP. A matter of fact, KORI 1 Nuclear Plant is a sister plant of BNPP that is still operating until today. BNPP is even younger than Fukushima of Japan.

zaxx
Member

I’m fine pushing through with BNPP once BBM is in power. Only one condition, there should be a BIG sign at the gate of such a zero-tolerance-for-error facility:

“OFF LIMITS TO PINOYS”

Sick_Amore
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@Kari Normann, yes, you can say that. Based on what I read, all I know is that BNPP remained unused for 30 years and it’s not fully finished and its issue about safety is not yet answered (Kori plants confronted a problem on nuclear safety and regulation). Also, by outdated, I meant in our present time (and probably in the future), first world countries are leaning to clean, renewable, safe but unlimited energy source (ie, energy from sun, wind, mineral deposits and water (Arthur Clarke did say “‘How inappropriate to call this planet Earth, when it is clearly Ocean.’). It’s… Read more »
Kari Normann
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There are currently 430 nuclear plants in the planet. We only suffer one tragedy and that of the Chernobyl, since they did conform to standards. Chine will build two floating nuclear plants in SCS/WPS.

Jim DiGriz
Guest

No matter what ren car, Marcos WILL be the Vice President, so deal with it… and while doing so, please for heavens sake, remove your head from your ass.

ren car
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jim, I have no problem Bong Bong to be the VP. I think it is your head that is stuck uo my ass, as i can feel your tongue flickering through my rectum. As iI have previously indicated, Iall the things I heard about bongbong during the marcos regime were all GOOD.

Dio not pull out your head from my ass, I love your tongue action 🙁

Divina Timbreza
Guest

Are some countries supress the freedom of
Speech or the Press… Too much freedom makes
Your netizen unrespecful the cant even
follow a simple law… No Jay Walking
No smoking the can do whatever they want
To do or say… Walang modo! Bastos! NO
DISCIPLINE YAN ANG PILIPINAS NGAYON

marius
Guest

I’d say this blog has officially jumped the shark.

All of the most respected commentators lowering their standards of good governance to that of the hoi polloi … simply on the basis that Aquino is hopeless.

I suppose a drowning man will grab onto any piece of flotsam that drifts past.

andrew
Guest

all that matters to me is that BBM is intelligent than aquino.
#BBMforVP2016

Amaya
Guest

Couldn’t agree more Grimwald! We really have to move on and vote someone based on their good track record and not because he/she is the scion of this or that family. Albeit only a few, there are really genuine people who only want to serve the country–I look at Senator Richard Gordon, Senator Juan Flavier, Senator Sonny Angara and see the same drive in Senator Marcos.He would be a good VP.

ren car
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yoshi, hindi makakain ang freedom of speech. To even bring it up is purely stupid. You nincompoops do not even get my point. You go on your stupid and ignorant rants and resort to all kinds of falacious logic. There were no little or no squatters during marcos? are you delusional or just a blatant liar? I lived in manila during the marcos regime and there were squatters all over metro manila. There were many places whom people were afraid of venturing to because they are squatter areas and dangerous. it is a fact that poverty exists before, during, and… Read more »
Lhorah Herera
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Both of you have made your points. But no matter what each of you say or do to each other, it will be a never ending debate giving examples of this and that, he/she did this, he/she did that. There will always be the supporters and haters of any candidate. Despite almost everyone knowing what has happened during FEM’s time up to Aquino’s administration, which were taught in schools, told by their elders or over the internet…it is the individual who will still choose who he/she wants to support, whether you like it or not and vice versa. What we… Read more »
Letz
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Yes during pres marcos time already had squatters but as many as of today….incase u forgot imelda built this BLISS housing for the poor….i also lived in manila dat time and i saw with my own 2 eyes…..but after marcos is there any president after him who built something for the poor?

Banong
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If old Marcos still lived today, he’s already tired and weary old man lying on bed with spoonfeeding nurse on his bedside! Wearing pampers and might have Alzheimers disease and he is not in power anymore! Martial Law was lifted during Pope John Paul II visit and still some people thinks it will still exists! The main problem of some anti Marcos, they don”t try to move on and think that an old man (Marcos Sr) can not govern or rule the country anymore!

rein carnation
Guest

Ano ba ang ginawa mo ng panahon ni FM, naging aktibista ka ba? Ako, aktibo ako sa pagsama sa rally against FM. Pero, di ko sinisisi si BBM sa nangyaring pang-aabuso ng militar ng panahon na yon. Baka si BBM pa nga ang iboto ko eh

Dai Yug
Guest
ren car,galing mong mag English pare..siguro isa Karin komunista Kaya galit ka Kay Marcos…. Kung talagang may Alam ka sa kasaysayan ng martial law…. Alam mo rin Kung sino ang mga kinokulong at pinapatay pero kung dimo alam magtanong ka kay Tiglao na dating komunista marami siyang alam… ang mahirap sa inyo kasi pati matanda na namatay sa hika, sa atake sa puso at kung ano pang klase ng nakakamatay na sakit ibinintang kay Marcos lahat yata ng namatay sa Panahon ng martial law si Marcos ang pumatay..pero sa tingin ko sa iyo ren car dimo talaga alam ang kasaysayan… Read more »
ren car
Guest

dai yag. napaghqhataan ang makinang mong kabobohan. Hindi lahat ng aktibists nung panahon ni makoy ay NPA. cguro isa ka sa mgq ilokantot na sumasamba kay macoy? ang bobo mo pre, as in wagas!

jay 2
Guest

Pre wag mo naman insultuhin ang mga ilokano. Lampas na yan sa dapat na sagot. Insultuhin mo yung tao kung gusto mo, wag ang buong ilocandia porke ilokano si FEM

Rammyboy
Guest

Problem with pinoys-dealing so much in the past, preventing them to rise above! Let history be his story and make this our own story! Tormented emotional people who do not think of the betterment of their countrymen… Think well! And stop bringing in the past!

Andres Boni
Guest

you are talking about martial law era my friend.. but before martial law, it was all good.. we are a poor family, pero shit, busog na busog na ako sa singko sentimos..

Mystique Girl
Guest
I didn’t experience Martial Law, I don’t think it’s all bad as what I have learned in school and media. I base my opinion on my own understanding. As I observed, the Liberal party, the Aquinos are just bleaches, eager to spot the faults to their opponents for their publicity. Corrupt, fine, investigate it, but why all the suspended alleged officials are replaced by Yellow party members? Fishy eh? Yet when, those Yellow, got the same issues they are untouchable, just like Abad, blamers when it come to their failures. This may think back to ML, its not that bad,… Read more »
AUSSIE SUSIE
Guest

“Also, he is now running as vice president of the Philippines without using the death of any of his loved ones to boost his popularity.”
GETS NYO, MGA YELLOW TARDS?

ren car
Guest

aussie, I do not mind calling is yellowtards but i hope you don’t mind if i call you fucktard or bopoltard? What is good for the goose is good for the gander, or would you like me to introduce pot to kettle? That went “swoosh” over your head, huh? 🙂 Yeah, I reckon so, lol

Kirk
Guest
Noy had his shot at making this nation great again. Obviously, he failed… and miserably I might add. The man is oblivious of the true status of his people, and prefers the allure of statistics as the yardstick for being a good leader for its “ease of use.” He can keep saying “The economy grew,” but unless people feel his words and see them coming to life, he is nothing but a story teller. And what is good in a leader who fails to see if his comrades are eating 3 full meals a day? To check if the Filipinos… Read more »
Josephine Santos
Guest

well said!

ems
Guest

Thumbs up!! 👍

Alfred M
Guest

well said

Kari Normann
Guest

Noynoy cannot the following: Link

zaxx
Member
Compare that List with NoyNoy’s Senate Bills: wiki/Benigno_Aquino_III (all CAPS mine) Palpak1: The Budget Impoundment and Control Act (SB 3121), wherein “impoundment” refers to the power of the president to refuse the release of funds appropriated by the Congress of the Philippines, is another bill Aquino is proud of;[19] he REGRETTED,[19] however, that such power has been used and abused by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, a result of which abuse has been the significant emasculation of Congress’ ability to check the president’s authority. Palpak2: Focusing further on accountability in government appropriations and spending, Aquino filed other reform-oriented, well-thought-out types of bills,… Read more »
zaxx
Member
Love the cover picture Grimwald/Benign0. Chip off the Old Strongman Block. The guy actually became governor (just short of management on a national scale) – which adds to his arsenal, and even making him more qualified than Binay and Duterte (mayors). But I guess people are not ready for a Marcos president yet. So he’s taking it slowly. He’s made very calculated moves going up the ladder – resembling a determined suitor’s slowly but surely progressing courtship of lady playing hard-to-get. He has ideas of his own – like green energy (windmill farms) in Ilocos, and promoting tourism from China… Read more »
Kari Normann
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Even Jose Rizal is Chinoy too. Cojuanco (Co Quan Go) are Chinoy.

Mark Tzuckerbergg
Guest
True!Edsa Revolution will no longer the issue,its now about tyranny!Funny when those media org. try to divert our mind but seems every one knows what was the real…not what is written in a history book..We still using those infra.projects that Pres.Marcos left…And how i hate those Catholic officials and their associates…keep bashing Marcoses,branded him and his son…MEN!PARANG SI PONCIO PILATO NA SILA NUN!…DIBA NILA ALAM NA ISANG MASAMANG UGALI ANG PANGHUHUSGA SA ISANG TAO…KUNG GANUN PALA YUN KASALANAN NG AMA KASALANAN NARIN NG ANAK!AKALA MO KUNG SINONG MGA PERPEKTO ANG MGA TAONG YAN!…Sabagay ang mga nagpahuli naman talaga kay Kristo… Read more »
Rammyboy
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Enough said… 👏 👏 👏

MikeR
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The views and comments have really shown the maturity of the Filipino people in lieu of Phil politics. Most of us are really fed of the all the rhetoric and blame gaming that the administration has been doing for the last 6 years (or 30 years after the strongman had left the Presidential seat). The Filipinos are looking for accomplishment and actions from the Govt. Despite of the countries high taxation, the Govt. failed to deliver and address the basic services (Red Tape, Housing, Nutrition, Transportation, Communication etc) that the common public deserves. Instead they will argue that at least… Read more »
11Toro007Hyden78900997.99
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11Toro007Hyden78900997.99
It is a detailed contrast of the opposites, of Benigno Aquino III,and Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. Aquino is Gay, hiding in a closet. A man in his 50s, and still looking for a wife?…his libido is not working anymore… Aquino is a spoiled rotten boy, who cover himself, of the supposed “heroic” and “sainthood” false achievements of his parents. He cannot show , any achievement of his own… Aquino has no good accomplishments. However, he bought honorary degrees, to show to people, he has accomplished something. He thinks; because, he is rich: he can buy all things; including: honors, degrees and… Read more »
ren car
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aquino is gay? U based that on what? your flatulence? even if he is gay, so what? damn, u r an ignorant shit of bigot!

53Hyden007Toro9999.99
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53Hyden007Toro9999.99

@ ren car:

A man in his fifties, looking for a wife. I believe, he is gay, a hiding gay. I am not ignorant, and I am not a shit. As a person ages, his libido goes down. So, it is not normal , for a man is looking for a wife , in his fifties.

So, be civil dude…unless, you are hurt, because you are also gay. I have no quarrel with gay people. However, I hate hypocrites. People who pretend what they are not.

ren car
Guest
so some of you are saying thst the media is being controlled by the government? Hmmm.. isn’t that lovely that all anti- noynoy can freely speak their minds? There are the marcos black propagandists:apologists but that’s okay. at least u have not been arrested nor murdred for speaking against the government. Isn’t freedom grand, even for the poor? Did you also know that Marcos controlled media outlets, and he only approved report that are favorable to him? As a matter of fact, there are many scholarly articles about the atrocities and the thieveries of Marcos. Then again, you nitwits would… Read more »
ren car
Guest

mike, na realize ko kung gaano ka ka inutil at mangmang ng sabihin mo na lahat ng pinapatay o pinakulong ni macoy ay mga komunista o kriminal. Napa kainutil mo pre, as in grabe, over, super duper. Can you cite your source with your idiotic claim, or hinugot mo lang sa bahay tae mo mga mangmang na pinagsasabi mo? okray kabobohan mo pre as in nakaka impatso. Pre, konting research naman dyan, konting basa. putak ka ng putak puro kagaguhan naman pinagsasabi mo. member ka ba ng samahang ilokantot?

Joey JoJo
Guest

Mas maganda kung tanungin mo si Rigoberto Tiglao about that. At palagi mong sinasabi na walang pinapatay o pinakulong si Cory e. Pero kung research mo lang ay Ombudsman and PCGG, then walang kwenta lang ang sinasabi mo.

Mas inutil at mangmang ang mga taong EMO. Tandaan mo iyan.

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