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Military Rule and Bongbong Marcos Crucial for Bangon Marawi Efforts


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Elena Grace Flores

I have no doubt that given the courageous and resilient spirit of the Maranaos, they will be able to put back the pieces and make their lives stronger and better than before. We will do it together, Bongbong Marcos said this during his recent visit to Marawi.  The war-torn place is still under military rule until the end of the year. Task Force Bangon Marawi is the government’s inter-agency task force for the recovery, reconstruction, and rehabilitation of Marawi City. Marcos takes part in the Comprehensive Rehabilitation and Recovery Program with the help of all member agencies.

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[VIDEO]:  Martial law extension, pinaboran ng hepe ng Task Force Bangon Marawi

Military Rule Needed until Rehabilitation is Completed

Task Force Bangon Marawi Chief Retired General Eduardo Del Rosario confirms that martial law is needed until rehabilitation efforts are completed in Marawi. The government assures that sufficient resources for internally displaced persons (IDPs) and relief assistance to IDPs continue even after the fighting.

Actions to Rebuild Marawi

The government continues to provide training and livelihood for IDPs to help them recover from the Marawi siege. A psychosocial intervention like art and play therapy is available. Health intervention such as water, sanitation, and hygiene services are also prioritized for the moral and psychosocial recuperation of the displaced Marawi residents.

Inspirational Talk to Soldiers

Bongbong Marcos is the most capable person to inspire the soldiers in protecting Marawi with their life as the son of the late President Ferdinand E. Marcos. Despite efforts to discredit him using martial law, the truth prevails that he is indeed successful in saving the country from communism and terrorist threats.

Infrastructure Plan

Former Tacloban Mayor Alfred Romualdez is with Marcos during the  Marawi City visit last December 4, 2017. Romualdez also addresses the crowd sharing his hands-on experience on the rise of Tacloban after the devastation of Typhoon Yolanda. Discussions with local officials include infrastructure projects. It is a Marcos trademark to give importance to education as the key to progress. They are seen inspecting a school model on top of the distribution of goods courtesy of the former Senator.

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Elderly Bongbong Marcos Supporters Approve the President’s CPP-NPA Judgement



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The President terminates the peace negotiations with the communists. Du30 said that he senses that they want to form a coalition government. It’s leader, Joma Sison calls Du30 a liar for saying this. However, it’s clear that communism was rejected by the people since the time of the late President Ferdinand Marcos. He declared Martial Law to save the country from their terrorist acts. Nowadays, the current President threatens to declare the Communist Party of the Philippines as a terrorist group. Communist leaders who are out on bail due to the peace talks should surrender. Bongbong Marcos’ elderly supporters who were witnesses of the CPP-NPA cruelty back then, back the Filipino leader up.

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[VIDEO]: Enrile: The communists do not believe that people have souls so they just slaughter them like chickens.

Reality Check with the Elderly

Most of Bongbong Marcos’ supporters are the elderly. They are the ones who can testify how progressive their lives were during Martial Law. Only the elitists and business people who do not want to stop contractual laborers are against the namesake of the late President Marcos.  It is not a surprise why millennials think that the younger Marcos is cool. They believe their grandparents more than the most mainstream media.

Democratic Process

Martial Law was not declared by one man only. The majority of the members of the Congress and the Senate voted in its favor. This is not a dictatorship but democratic process. Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, and Indonesia already have civil war during those times because of the forceful propagation of communism. Only the Philippines in Southeast Asia had the least number of casualties because of military rule. The rest of the countries followed suit.

Something to Thank the Late Marcos For

The opposition continuously defends the communism ideology. They said that they are not terrorists despite the damages they caused. CPP-NPA is like Marxism, Leninism, Stalinism, and Maoism. They are for equality of status. No rich or poor. That is why Filipino priests like Father Balweg and Luis Jalandoni were also attracted to it. This kind of radicalism infected the world during the Marcos era. Almost 75 million people have died around the world because of the fight to stop the communism recruitment. The Philippines did not become a communist because of the great leadership of ex-President Marcos.

Media Propaganda Against Marcos

The older Marcos rises into extreme popularity that made him unbeatable during elections. Presidential aspirants have to resort to media propaganda to malign his good reputation. Most media entities influenced by the Liberal Party have been fooling Filipinos for more than 30 years now. The rebel with the death penalty and who was conniving with the communists to topple Marcos was referred to as a hero. As a media man himself, the late Ninoy Aquino can only use his media connections to blame the soldiers for Martial Law abuses to discredit the President they served. His supporters even made Marcos liable for his death. If so, why can’t his wife and son find his real killer after their two consecutive terms as Presidents?

Marcos’ Golden Age is Enhanced by Aquino’s Dysfunctional Performance

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Why Accuse Marcos Not Ramos for Martial Law Abuses if a President has No Liability Over Commander’s Lapse?


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Elena Grace Flores

Senator Antonio Trillanes IV’s comments on Pnoy’s Mamasapano case seem like a double standard. Du30 even agrees with it. So, if a President has no liability over the Commander’s lapse, why blame the late Former President Ferdinand Marcos for Martial Law abuses and not ex-President Fidel Ramos who was the head of the Philippine Constabulary at that time? Worst, the rest of the Marcoses particularly Bongbong Marcos also inherited the stigma.

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[VIDEO]: Dating pangulong Noynoy Aquino, inihabla na sa Sandiganbayan kaugnay sa engkwentro sa Mamasapano.

Pnoy Posted Bail

Former President Benigno Aquino III posted a P40,000 bail recently before the Sandiganbayan to secure his provisional liberty. This is while the charges over his alleged role in the ill-fated encounter in Mamasapano, Maguindanao, in 2015 is ongoing.

Family and Party Support

Aquino was joined by his sisters Ballsy Aquino-Cruz, Pinky Aquino-Abellada, and Viel Aquino-Dy. His legal counsel was also present when he arrived at the Sandiganbayan Third Division’s Office of the Clerk of Court. Liberal Party stalwarts Senators Bam Aquino and Franklin Drilon, and former presidential spokespersons Abigail Valte and Edwin Lacierda were also with him.

Arrest Warrant Not Necessary

Aquino posted bail just minutes after the Sandiganbayan found probable cause against him. Third Division clerk of court Atty. Dennis Pulma confirmed that the magistrates found sufficient basis to hold Aquino for trial for graft and usurpation of the official function. Pulma added that the division’s justices have signed an arrest warrant, but it was not issued since he already posted bail.

Liability in the Deadly Encounter

The Office of the Ombudsman has accused Aquino of influencing former Philippine National Police chief Alan Purisima. The latter was forced to defy his preventive suspension and the chain of command, during the operation in Mamasapano. At that time, the PNP was under acting chief Leonardo Espina. Purisima, according to the Ombudsman, gave instructions, received reports and recommendations, and approved the actions of PNP-Special Action Force (SAF) commander Gutulio Napeñas during the Mamasapano operation dubbed “Oplan Exodus.”

Martial Law Abuses Got Nothing To Do With Bongbong Marcos & Can’t Deny His Father’s Efforts For The Country

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Logical Views on the Attacks Against Bongbong Marcos Using Martial Law

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Elena Grace Flores

Just like the plight of the late President Ferdinand Marcos, President Du30 and preferred heir to the presidency Bongbong Marcos are the targets of the continues media propaganda here and overseas using the alleged Martial Law human rights violations. In terms of corruption, one can simply ask the accuser, who is not corrupt with the kind of government system the Philippines has? Some big investors might attest that to be able to get a contract from the government, they must give a percentage under the table. Is this not the case in most Asian countries as part of the business culture? What they failed to check is how the “donation” is processed or used. Some call it the Robin Hood strategy.

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Transparency in a Corrupt System

Is it hard for Westerners or to some biased Filipinos to analyze why the negotiators of leaders like the late Marcos or even the former Vice President Jejomar Binay needs a foundation to take care of their people? There are cases that their representative negotiates a certain percentage that would go to their supported projects. Why can’t they be transparent? Once a business or property tax is determined, it goes to the government coffers. From the BIR department alone, some anomalies can already be undertaken. Let alone in the local distribution channels that pass the governors, mayors, and barangay captains. When the funds reach the people, they are not sufficient anymore to fund quality projects. This is merely a strategy for the people.

Ultimate Proofs amidst Martial Law Criticisms

Just look at the situations of these leaders’ constituents compared to others who are just noisy of accusing their political colleagues of corruption. No president can ever beat what the late President Marcos provided for the people during his time that is still useful presently. This is in terms of infrastructure and government services. Look at also the Binays in Makati. Their constituents are the so-called privileged Filipinos. Ilocos Norte under Bongbong Marcos and sister Imee Marcos is very progressive. They have advanced technology, good harvests, and flourishing tourism programs.

Brainwashed by Media Propaganda

People who are against the Marcoses are mostly the relatives of unlawful people during the Martial Law era under the late Ferdinand Marcos. They are the same people who are attacking the current President. The law is simple. If you are a law-abiding citizen, you live well. If you are an unruly activist or a criminal, you have to face punishments or unfavorable circumstances. However, media propaganda is a major influencer but once people seek for the truth, they can easily find the logic of things in this regard.

The Best President Ever

Biyaya ng Dagat or the so-called Blue Revolution is a program under the Marcos administration. The country’s fishery resources are improved. Fishermen get loans to improve their fishing capabilities. Masagana 99 meanwhile, is the agricultural counterpart of the Biyaya ng Dagat. It was popularly known as the Green Revolution. It was a program that promotes the planting of Green Revolution varieties of rice developed by the International Rice Research Institute. The program enables the Philippines to become self-sufficient in rice and even became a rice exporting country from 1977 to 1978, said the President.

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Lagman Disputes the President’s “Sinless” Human Rights Remark on Imee and Bongbong Marcos

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Elena Grace Flores

The President could not simply absolve Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos and former Senator Bongbong Marcos Jr. and describe them as “sinless” for alleged human rights abuses. They continue to benefit from the ill-gotten wealth of their father, late Ferdinand Marcos, said opposition lawmaker Albay 1st District Rep. Edcel Lagman said Saturday.

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[VIDEO]: Albay Rep. Edcel Lagman insists the Human Rights Victims Reparation and Recognition Act of 2013 are not discriminatory.

Adult Siblings

“Although they were teenagers when martial law was declared in September 1972, they attained the age of majority shortly after the proclamation of martial law and they were already adults during the height of the martial law regime,” Lagman said. In an interview over state-run PTV 4, Du30 said that someone should not be held accountable for the sins someone else committed.

Old Enough

Lagman, a martial law victim, said that Imee and Ferdinand Jr. celebrated their 18th birthdays in 1973 and 1975, respectively. They were “old enough when the documented atrocities and plunder were committed. They were allegedly by the late Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos.”

Murder Accusation

The lawmaker recounts that Imee heads the Kabataang Barangay. It is the Marcosian counterpart of today’s Sangguniang Kabataan. That was accused of involvement in the 1977 murder of Archimedes Trajano, a Mapua Institute of Technology student. Trajano questioned her credentials. On August 31, 1977, he asked during an open forum at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila her capacity to lead the national youth organization. She is only the presidential daughter, he added. Trajano was found dead two days later with signs of torture.

Human Rights as an Excuse

The Hawaii District Court awarded $4.16 million to the Trajano family in 1991. It was affirmed by the US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit Court in 1992. Lagman said the effort of the Trajano family to enforce in the Philippines the foreign judgment was quashed by the Philippine Supreme Court. This is a mere technicality of a defective substituted service of summons to Imee. She claimed that she was then a resident of Singapore when the summons was served at the Alexandra Homes in Pasig City, her known address at that time. Perhaps Lagman forgets the rights for innocence until proven guilty.

Lagman says Imee, Bongbong partly accountable for martial law abuses