Sure. #NeverAgain, right? But how EXACTLY is Imee Marcos connected to “Martial Law”?

Spied in a tweet recently that some bozo screeched “Never again to Martial Law” as senatorial candidate Imee Marcos posed for the cameras with her family at some public event. This got me to thinking. What’s Imee Marcos’s connection to “Martial Law” nga ba?

Some (mostly communist and Yellowtard “activists”) may say the answer to that is “obvious”. But, really, is it truly obvious as had once been the national dogma? That Jesus was born of a virgin, died, and supposedly resurrected has become the subject of debate today in light of a more enlightened regard for that narrative. This is so even after centuries of being regarded as “fact”. So one really needs to be careful of regarding something as an “obvious fact”.

To put this question in perspective consider that two men who, without a doubt, are known direct executives who oversaw the implementation of martial law during the 1970s. These two men, despite this fact, went on to pinnacles of achievement in politics in the Philippines. Indeed, we have yet to hear similar bozos shriek “Never again to Martial Law” at former President Fidel Ramos and former Senate President (now senatorial candidate) Juan Ponce Enrile.

Many senatorial candidates today are re-electionists who denounce “Martial Law” in fiery speeches before the cameras. But as senators under the watch of Enrile the Senate President, they had every opportunity to denounce the Chief Architect of “Martial Law” when it mattered. Yet we know of no Yellowtard senator who ever did that — never stood up in the middle of a Senate session, pointed to the then Senate President and scream “Never again to Martial Law!”

This highlights just how shallow a song-and-dance election campaigns are and just how stupid Filipino voters are to lap up all the bullshit on sale during these circuses.

Indeed, this is not to say that it is not just the Martial Law Crybaby rhetoric on sale in this market of bullshittery. Filipinos need to be better evaluators of their politicians than they ever had been over the last half-century since they were granted “independence” by the United States in 1946. Both camps — whether Yellowtard or Dutertard — call out the stupidity of the Filipino voter. So no one or clique of politicians is innocent of the charge of bullshitting Filipino voters with empty slogans and downright misleading rhetoric.

What makes the “Never Again” activist brand particularly good as an example of just how dishonest Filipino partisans, communists, and “activists” are is its standout emptiness and fallacious nature. Imee Marcos is seen to be a “Martial Law” perpetrator simply because her father happened to be president during the “Martial Law Years”. It’s the very same exact logic applied to the notion that one vote for Benigno Simeon ‘BS’ Aquino III — the accidental presidential candidate of 2010 — because his father was a guy who got shot at an airport in 1983 and then crowned “national hero” for his and his family’s trouble. At least, in that regard, the Yellowtard mind is consistent.

Filipino voters need to think better and choose better than that. Several generations of Filipinos need to ditch the dysfunctional thinking taught to them — more like forced down their throats — by Yellowtard “thought leaders”, religious clerics, their school teachers, their gated-village friends and even their parents. The slogan template “No to [insert “evil” notion here]” should be put in a museum of idiotic activist paraphernalia. Filipinos and a new breed of real activists should, instead, embrace a fresh approach to solving the Philippines’ problems and advocating genuine reform — one that is forward looking and positive. Let’s start with the template “Yes to [insert original and innovative notion of the future here]” and move on to the future from there.

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7 Comments on “Sure. #NeverAgain, right? But how EXACTLY is Imee Marcos connected to “Martial Law”?”

  1. Filipinos are surely petty that they always rely on things like name association rather than what they are capable of.

    BTW, these leftist and Yellow shills never wanted to point fingers at Ramos and Enrile due to their involvement on EDSA 1. I remembered when he was interviewed that he said that no filed a case against me even he admits that he’s the ‘architect’ of Martial law. Unfortunately, Filipinos have historical amnesia.

  2. No to Martial Law is the same mantra the AquinoCojuangco political axis; the Liberal Party; the Liberation Theologians of the Roman Catholic Church; the C.P.P./N.P.A. and various groups of leftist oppositionists. This was the slogan way back in the 1986 U.S./C.I.A. coup d’ etat that Cory Aquino used, to put herself in power.

    Imee Marcos was just a young girl then. For me, Martial Law saved the Philippines from falling to the Maoist communists insurgents. The U.S. was just interested in renewing their U.S. bases lease agreement with the Philippines. Marcos did not want to renew the lease agreement. So, the U.S. had to overthrow the late Pres. Marcos !

    1. Filipinos squabble over MARTIAL LAW. Others say No. Others say Yes. ME? IT DOESN’T MATTER.

      What exactly is the difference between KILLINGS DURING MARTIAL LAW and KILLINGS WITHOUT MARTIAL LAW?
      ANSWER: No difference at all.

      Why do they squabble over MARTIAL LAW?
      ANSWER: They just wanted to show off how intelligent they are, OR, STUPID THEY ARE

      Why do Filipinos do/not want Martial Law?
      ANSWER: Because they think Martial Law stops killings. Others believe to legalize killings.

      Why Killings are not solved in the Philippines?
      ANSWER: Because the killers are men-in-uniform not wearing uniforms; 2ndly, the Filipinos do not know how to investigate and solve killings; 3rdly, Filipinos are English-speaking English-writing Latin-Speaking-Lawyering ignoramuses

  3. the correct question should be Never Again Marcial Bonifacio aka Ninoy Aquino and late Santa Corykot lantarang pangugurakot and Madpnoy abnoy kulangkulanng99 Creator of four million Pilipino addicts,..
    these yellow tard family is fooling and dumbdowning the Philippine History of a Fake Hero Marcial Bonifacio who is until now is a cold case murder for 35 years of mass media manipulation which was used in order to Replace the Legally Elected President Apo lakay Marcos Masagana99 Great Philippines Legacy of twenty two years Progressive Philippine masagana99 rice abundant time,”

  4. Why do Filipinos do/not want Martial Law of Apo lakay Marcos Masagana99 Philippines??
    ANSWER: Because they think Martial Law stops killings. Others believe to legalize killings.
    Why Killings are not solved in the Philippines including the 35 years of Marcial Bonifacio aka ninoy aquino unresolved assasination in the manila international airport ?
    ANSWER: Because the killers are men-in-uniform not wearing uniforms; 2ndly, the Filipinos including the two Presidents Aquino’s do not know how to investigate and solve killings; 3rdly, Filipinos are English-speaking English-writing Latin-Speaking-Lawyering ignoramuses of Apo lakay Marcos Great nation Philippines twenty two years legacy.
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  5. I see you decided to put in some of your masturbation to the lie of “enlightenment” that so many of you people and yellowtards claim.

    I wouldn’t be so quick to do that. Especially when you aren’t factoring in details that may vounter your EnLIEtened opinion, let alone the fact that spiritual truths are a little harder to deal with, even more when they correlate with truly bizarre real world phenomena.

    Don’t be so quick to even think that better thinking will be what helps. Such unqualified nonsense is exactly what your yellow enemies also advocate for when they call for better (((education))).

    What we need more of is character and action. And if we need to liquidate the failed Enlightenment Rationalist project that was attempted in this country to achieve a better Philippines, then bring on the Storm.

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