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UPLB Tolerates Wealth Scam that can Discredit Bongbong Marcos

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Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos warns the public against scams that involved alleged gold money being given away. “It’s a scam pure and simple. I have repeatedly warned the public against unscrupulous individuals who have been using our family to advance their personal interests,” Marcos said in a statement.






YouTube Video by;  Elena Grace Flores
[VIDEO]: The alleged Marcos wealth distribution was listed on the Bulletin board at the UPLB. This triggers people to ask why the university allows such assembly. Bongbong Marcos calls it a scam.




Media Reports

Marcos’ denial follows reports that thousands of people flocked the open grounds of University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) in Laguna. This was after they were allegedly promised to be given gold bars from the Marcoses’ wealth. The former Senator denied their involvement in the assembly.




UCPB Admin Approved the False Marcos Wealth Event

UPLB Office of the Vice Chancellor for Community Affairs (OVCCA) said that the administration approved the letter of Jeffrey Fortuna. He is from the National Inspectorate of One Social Family Credit Cooperative. He requested to hold a general assembly meeting at the field inside the campus. “Chancellor approved in the past many sectoral groups. In the past such as the Lumads, peasants, boy scouts, sports events, plus others from communities to use UPLB grounds as community sharing,” Vice Chancellor for Community Affairs Jamias said.










Advisory for the Expected Crowd

The OVCCA also released an advisory for motorists as four events held simultaneously at UPLB led to heavy traffic.

Tolerated by UP, Supported by Mainstream Media

The notably anti-government school and anti-Marcos media seem to have a common goal in staging a public scam that can destroy the reputation of Bongbong Marcos, the preferred heir to the Presidency. The connivance can’t get any more obvious than this.

http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2017/09/24/bongbong-uplb-gold-bar-scam.html




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