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[VIDEO]: Eighteenth of November
Ninoy Aquino’s Library Even Housed The Records of His Rebellion
Media man and politician the late Ninoy Aquino started it all. He destroyed his close friend then, Ferdinand Marcos for his political ambitions. Isolated cases of the Philippine Constabulary abuses were escalated by his black propaganda campaign – blaming everything to Marcos. In fact, it was Fidel Ramos who is directly accountable for the alleged crimes committed during martial law. Senator Juan Ponce Enrile attested to this but was never given the chance to explain what he knew or if he was able to, they were not widely publicized.
How could the New Revolutionaries Let Fidel Ramos Go Free if it’s Justice they are after?
If they are true to their claims that they want justice, these so-called new revolutionaries should go after Fidel Ramos who was the head of the Philippine Constabulary during Martial Law. He would know better how they executed the general orders of Marcos at that time. Was he conniving with Ninoy Aquino since he is one of the people behind the Edsa revolt?
Not about Justice but More on Blocking Bongbong Marcos
These alleged families of the martial law victims are clearly used for another political agenda – that will block a Marcos’ return to the highest office and it involves no other than Bongbong Marcos. The people behind the resistance are very much afraid that the family that they oppressed in 1986 that lasted for 27 years will get back to them. They can relax now because revenge is not in the young Marcos’ list of things to do.
Duterte made himself the way to Marcos’ Return
He may not admit it bluntly but President Rodrigo Duterte himself is looking forward to Bongbong Marcos’ presidency. He is willing to be replaced, ousted or exiled if he is already certain that Marcos would inherit the presidency. He may not be the typical ideal president but he can connect one point to the other and the nation’s progress given the circumstances is only in the hands of Bongbong Marcos.