Ninoy is NOT a hero: Let’s rename NAIA back to “Manila International Airport”

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Ninoy, Salamat sa demokrasya. August 21, 1983. “Handog ng Pilipino sa mundo…”, “Magkaisa at magsama…”  Yaaawn… OK, change the channel please!

Now that the Filipino people have been awakened to the reality that there are better channels to watch on their TV and that the many years of fairy-land “democracy” that Ninoy’s death at the tarmac that fateful day ushered the nation into was nothing but a sham or shall we say – our worst nightmare gone haywire, it’s time to shake off the hangover, rise up to our feet, dust ourselves, and get back full-throttle in the game. Did you see that? Speeding Vietnam is already about to zoom past us.

Why “Bury” the Memory of Ninoy

The simple answer: Ninoy is NOT a hero. Just look at what Yellow crap Cory democracy brought dumbfounded shortchanged Filipinos:

  1. Unbridled senseless local media controlling the minds of star-struck hypnotized zombies. It has programmed all to bow to the fake Yellow Saint-Queen and her “special child” Noynoy. To keep the masses from staging an uprising, the key strategy had been to dumb them down (removing English and education/intellect-oriented programs) with senseless romance entertainment and Tito-Vic-Joey folly (“yumaman kami ng dahil sa katarantaduhan”).
  2. The reign of deep-seated pocket-lining corruption and shameless incompetence at all levels of government, all in the guise of decent politically correct bleeding-heart human-rights and rule-of-law-advocating public service. They brought Filipinos to the lowest ebbs of political taste when people became allergic to anything that had to do with intellectualism – considering it an association to dictatorship.
  3. A lost three decades of economic and technological advancement. Filipinos have basically given up an important ingredient that turns third-world ghettos into first-world super-states like Singapore, Taiwan, and Korea: discipline. Filipinos have exchanged true greatness (that of character and mind) for “liberty”, taking pride in OFW-remittance-fueled consumerism rather than core engines of intellect-driven growth such as home-grown automotive engineering, semiconductors, railways and rocket science.

Toppling Down the Remaining Yellow Pillars

The Philippines is finally witnessing the demise of the Yellow political cancer and all that it stands for, as represented by

  1. Noynoy Aquino the fallen “prince” who has finally lost immunity and is now facing charges over incompetence that led to the loss of many lives (fallen SAF44),
  2. Leni Robredo whose very mandate as VP is crumbling under the weight of Bongbong’s battering-ram charges of obvious election fraud, and
  3. Leila De Lima who is now slipping into a dark den where unfed lions await her and the lover-driver, both of which are being subjected to the constant barrage of missiles from Duterte himself in fuming rampaging anti-corruption mode.

Well, remember the statue of Lenin that was taken down at the fall of communism/USSR, we as a people must likewise take a symbolic step of denouncing the crap stupidity that we were all fooled into believing in.

Mayor Duterte (as he still likes to be called) has just given us the magic formula: it is iron-fisted rule + incorruptibility that can fix this country and get us moving again. We have tried various experiments in the past, and even kept repeating some poisonous concoctions that we already knew would make our nation sick – such as voting in another incompetent Aquino into high office merely on the basis of emotional highs.

It is high-time we demolish the reminders of incompetence: such as the idolatrous EDSA shrine and the sickening name of our premiere international gateway. It’s time to topple down the symbols of a dumb and empty ideology that had cast our nation under a long and dark spell.

Regaining MIA’s Original Name: Regaining Freedom from Ninoy and Cory’s “Demon-crazy” World

There was a point when NLEX was supposed to be changed to “Cory Aquino Expressway”. Now let’s swing the pendulum all the way to the other end by pushing for the change of our national airport’s name back to “Manila International Airport”. We can finally all say goodbye to name that represented our shame: worst airport title and the birthplace of the laglag bala scam.

It will be a new era of airport modernization with first-class amenities/comfort rooms (yung wala nang balde at tabo sa tabi), wall-to-wall carpeting for our vital tourists, a train line from the airport to the main MRT-LRT system, and excellent services without the hassles of cumbersome OEC/added-tax requirements for our OFW heroes.

Tapos na ang panahon ng kabulokan na dinadala ng malas na pangalang “Ninoy Aquino International Airport”. Malaya na tayo sa kalokohang “demon-crazy”. Let’s get moving from where we left off 30 years ago, when our monument of greatness, the iconic eagle-winged edifice, was called “Manila International Airport”. Pilipinas: It’s your time to fly.

Note: The airport was then renamed to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) on August 17, 1987 by virtue of Republic Act No. 6639 under the late president Cory Aquino.

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Post Author: zaxx

Zealous revolutionary advocate of bringing back common sense for the common good in a land of dysfunctional and delusional zombies.

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maria
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i hope and pray na maibalik sa Manila International Airport (MIA).

angela
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the question of ninoy’s heroism has nothing to do with what happened after he died, but everything to do with questions now hanging over him re the plaza miranda bombing. if it was indeed the handiwork of joma sison as senator salonga concluded after investigation, then it opens up all sorts of questions — why wasn’t he at the miting de avance of his liberal party, is it true he was warned by a commie friend? i’ve always wondered why he didn’t flee the day before martial law was declared — he had been warned, he was number one on… Read more »
Amir Al Bahr
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A friend of mine said, changing it back to MIA will give it the same acronym as Missing In Action (MIA), you know. Just saying; not very auspicious for an airport if you ask me. 😄

Jim DiGriz
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You most certainly have my vote!

d_forsaken
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Living by faith includes the call to something greater than cowardly self-preservation.

IKARROS
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The Yellow Idiots want us believe tnat the Traitor Ninoy was a Hero. Same as now that the Catholic Church want us to believe that the mahjongera orchestrator of the Mendiola Massacre was a Saint.

yellowed out GRP reader
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yellowed out GRP reader
Naming the airport after the Aquinos (as well as roads, schools, “awards”, putting their faces on P500 bill, etc.) is a classic tactic of yellow brand-building. They are doing the same thing now with Leni Robredo, trying to legitimize her by arranging for her to be given “awards”, visited by “dignitaries”, interviewed by this and that on anything and everything, so her existence will have some kind of relevance. They need to do this because Robredo has no real, concrete achievements or track record that they can play up. She does not even have a real electoral mandate or fan… Read more »
Jorge
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Drug money, of course.

Jerry Lynch
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When you buy a ticket to NAIA from abroad it says MNL, not NAIA.

yellowed out GRP reader
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yellowed out GRP reader
Speaking of yellow brand-building, there was an item in the news today that is a good case study on how the Yellow Ecosystem for Brainwashing the Masses operates. (What is the Yellow Ecosystem for Brainwashing the Masses? Read this http://grpshorts.blogspot.com.au/2016/08/looking-into-propaganda-machine-of.html) The CHR head, Chito Gascon, an old-time yellow lackey who was appointed by Noynoy to the CHR in 2015, said that charges of crimes against humanity can be filed at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the “extra-judicial killings” that Gascon claims are being perpetrated by the Duterte administration. Observe how the Yellow Ecosystem played this out: 1. First, Gascon… Read more »
564Hyden007Toro9999.99
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What did Ninoy Aquino, Jr. do to our country? He was shot dead by unknown assassins in the Manila International Airport. Up to now, nobody knows who shot him, and why he was murdered. When Cory Aquino came to power. She renamed the Manila International Airport to Ninoy Aquino International Airpot. She put the picture of Ninoy Aquino, Jr. in our currency. With the aid of the Aquino’s Propaganda Machines; they advertised to people, that Ninoy Aquino , Jr.is a hero; along with the ranks of Filipino heroes. What has we gained in the Aquino era? The Feudal Oligarchy was… Read more »
Tekla
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And there is a foringer blogger who praises and admire the Abnoy tulo laway …now in bahag buntot, afraid of his life. Yankee go home !

Ramil Sonza
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Thriller in Manila International Airport!! TIMIA

Aeta
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Nah, I’d stick to MIA (Mayhem International Airport) because of all the bullshits that continue to happen at that airport.

Camara
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I think if Ninoy was not killed would have died anyway from heart attack because of how his Son left his legacy using his name. Well all is well that ends well.

a yellow tard
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now that de lima’s men were exposed in the matrix, de lima won’t do that without somebody to protect her. now, who are her bosses??

Aeta
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Ninoy Aquino knew he was already a “Walking Dead” with all his medical condition anyway, long before he stepped off the plane onto the tarmac. For someone who was politically prolific as he was during the Martial Law era, Ninoy wasn’t the type to exit this life quietly in exile in United States. He had to go with a bang (no pun intended) to makes a statement against the political establishment of the time, and to leave a legacy of martyrdom for himself and his family. The whole Aquinos clan is just too “Star-Struck” (Kris), “Sainthood Struck” (Cory), “Hero-Struck” (Ninoy),… Read more »
Nargazoid
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Let’s keep the current name for this lousy airport. Then let’s build a better airport worthy of the name “Manila International Airport”.

Sean Akizuki
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