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Was the Conference Call with the Al Saud Royalty Only About Migrant Workers or Something Else?

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By: Elena Grace Flores

Sa Iyong Araw
[VIDEO]: Courtesy Call from One of the Richest Royalties in the World?

Conference Call or Courtesy Call?

Saudi Foreign Minister H.H. Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud recently paid a courtesy call on President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. This is not at all a common occurrence in the country’s history. People are asking if this is a conference call about the currency reset to gold or just about the migrant workers in Saudi Arabia.

From the President

Marcos shared photos of his meeting with the Saudi foreign minister along with other officials on Facebook. The President thanked the government of Saudi Arabia for its concern for the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in their country.  It is not clear that the courtesy call was the same as the conference call for migrant workers.

Lifting of the Deployment Ban

The Philippine government will lift its Saudi deployment ban on November 7, Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) Secretary Susan Ople said. She has reached an agreement with Saudi Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Ahmad Bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi. Is the Al Saud royalty’s private meeting with the President separate from the meeting with Ople?

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Loans from Japan or Investment Interests for the Subway?


By: Elena Grace Flores

Filipino Future
[VIDEO]: Metro Manila Subway Project, Funded by the Marcos Gold? FEM’s Grandplan is fulfilled by PBBM

Loans from Japan

The Japanese government agreed to provide funding of around $1.95bn for the Metro Manila Subway Project. The funding will be provided in the form of yen loans extended via the Japan International Cooperation Agency.

People’s Taxes

This is only one of the Bild Build Build projects following the late President Ferdinand E. Marcos’ grand plan. The taxes of the people can never compensate for this massive project. The Japanese loans are just starters.

Connect the Dots

However, it was mentioned by former First Lady Imelda Marcos to the former Manila Mayor, Lito Atienza that if only the gold interests were allowed to come into the country by the previous administrations, it could have funded the subways and many more. So, connect the dots.

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Know the ADB Loans and FEM, One of its Founders


By: Elena Grace Flores

Sa Iyong Araw
[VIDEO]: This is why the leaders of other countries prioritized talks with PBBM

ADB Loans

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. is observed to have special talks with Asian Development Bank, the largest bank in Asia. Its headquarter is in Manila. The Philippine President recently had a meeting with its council. This causes speculations about the Marcos gold apart from the loans for the country’s development.

Purpose of the ADB

Helping member countries to get out of poverty is ADB’s purpose. It will assist the development of the 67 member countries through loans to augment the people’s lifestyle in the regions. It is not a surprise that some of the Marcos gold is deposited here.

Marcos’ Speech

The late President Ferdinand E. Marcos was one of the founders of the ADB. In his speech, he said that the inauguration of the Asian Development Bank in 1966 in the country will surely be remembered as one of the very auspicious events in the history of the region.  The choice of the Philippines as a venue for the organization means its commitment to fighting poverty, ignorance, and diseases.  Thus, helping poor nations.

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Imelda Marcos: The Late President Marcos Cleverly Deposited the People’s Wealth


By: Elena Grace Flores

Filipino Future
[VIDEO]: This is why the leaders of other countries prioritized talks with PBBM

The People’s Wealth

Presidential mother, Imelda Marcos holds the truth in terms of the people’s wealth. She said that they are deposited by her husband, former President Ferdinand Marcos, Sr. to 170 banks worldwide. They are acknowledged by the World Bank. This is why the country can have priority loans without interest from the World Bank, IMF, ADB, and their subsidiaries.

Back-Up during Crisis

The wealth of the people serves as back-up funds during crisis. The deposits in 170 banks are linked with the World Bank. The taxes are not enough to alleviate hardships during the recession. Especially when the inflation rate becomes higher. The late president Marcos thought of this a long time ago.


The priorities for the deposited funds are: housing projects, creations of millions of jobs, infrastructure projects, regional hospitals, health facilities, and agriculture.

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PBBM: ADB Loans are the First to Take Care of Medical and Infrastructure Expenses


By: Elena Grace Flores

UNTV News and Rescue
[VIDEO]: President Bongbong Marcos assures Filipinos that they will benefit from ADB Provisions

ADB Loans

Now it’s out. ADB loans take care of medical and infrastructure expenses. Particularly the Build Build Build projects. Other speculations floated but the Japanese contractors themselves attest that they get checks from the Asian Development Bank. It’s a branch of the World Bank.

Not Loans from China

Contrary to some media reports, the infrastructure projects did not get loans from China. The ADB was the first to give assistance to the project, clarified PBBM. He assures the Filipinos that the country will benefit from the bank’s provisions.

The ADB and World Bank

ADB is committed to achieving a prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacific while sustaining its efforts to eradicate extreme poverty. Is ADB part of the World Bank?
It was modeled closely on the World Bank and has a similar weighted voting system. The votes are distributed in proportion to members’ capital subscriptions.

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Pro-PBBM Hosting Star Faces Anti-Admin’s Cancel Culture Anew


By: Elena Grace Flores

Sangkay Janjan TV
[VIDEO]: What’s happening between Toni Gonzaga and Shopee?

Hosting Star, Toni Gonzaga

Shopee’s teaser with obviously hosting star, Toni Gonzaga’s endorsement is on the hot seat by the anti-administration stalwarts. She was once a victim of Dilawan’s cancel culture prior to the elections. But emerged victorious together with the victory of President Bongbong Marcos.

Cancel Culture

The supporters of former Vice President Leni Robredo who suffered a big loss to PBBM in the 2022 presidential elections still can’t move on. Together with the Dilawan media, they criticized Shopee for having Toni Gonzaga, the hosting star as one of their endorsers. Nonetheless, their bitterness encourages PBBM’s 31 million voters.

The Super Majority’s Support

Contrary to some media reports, not all netizens are bothered about Toni Gonzaga being an endorser of Shopee. Many online supporters of the administration are actually inspired to do online shopping more at the said platform. These negative supporters of Robredo just show their true colors which are unfair to the rest of their own kind.

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The Degree of Humility PBBM Shows to the US President Despite Geopolitical Conflicts


By: Elena Grace Flores

Sa Iyong Araw
[VIDEO]: The diplomatic meet of President Ferdinand Marcos and US President Joe Biden

The Degree of Humility

President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. said that the degree of alliance between the Philippines and the US continues to go deeper. May it be political or economic. Geopolitical conflicts are led by the guiding principle of maintaining peace despite all complexities. Their special meetup was made possible despite both their busy schedules. Biden even jokes saying that the Filipino president cannot go past him. Marcos humbly laughs at it.

Dealing with China

President Biden respects Marcos’ stand in preserving peace and exhausting bilateral tals as far as the war in Ukraine with Russia. The same with the dealings with China. Bilateral agreements must work. No degree of provocation must lead to war.


Netizens can’t help but compare the two leaders. It’s obvious that Biden has some notes on a piece of paper. But Marcos comfortably delivers an impromptu speech from the heart. That’s a notable skill of Ferdinand Marcos.

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US Credit Ballooning Triggers the Return of the Gold Standard


By: Elena Grace Flores

Filipino Future
[VIDEO]: The Strength of the US Dollar could be a sign for the return of the Gold Standard

Credit Ballooning

The American Dollar is fiat money, meaning it has no wealth equivalent. It is only based on credit. The high exchange rate of the currency signifies the ballooning of loans. It is a type of loan that does not fully amortize over its term. Since it is not fully amortized, a balloon payment is required at the end of the term to repay the remaining principal balance of the loan. The end of it would be the return of the Gold Standard that PBBM is a symbol of.

Dollar Exchange Rate Difference

The selling or ‘ask’ rate is the exchange rate at which sellers within the MARKET are willing to SELL. The bid or buying rate is always lower than the ask or selling rate. The difference between the two is known as the spread. This is why Russia and China do not trade using US dollars anymore. They prefer cash, not credit payments to avoid losses in the conversion rates.

PBBM’s Role

Philippine President Bongbong Marcos or PBBM holds the key to the wealth of humanity. These were the gold deposits of his father, the late President Ferdinand Marcos. So, the ringing of the bell at the New York Stock Exchange is a sign that a new currency system is about to happen.

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President Ferdinand Marcos: World Bank Loans? What about the Interests?


By: Elena Grace Flores

Sa Iyong Araw
[VIDEO]: Speculations float about the gold interests during PBBM’s meet with the World Bank

World Bank Loans

It is not widespread in the media that President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. meets up with the World Bank including its President David Malpass. With $3.07B in loans, PH is World Bank’s top borrower in 2021. This is due to Covid-19 measures. The odd part is that it barely has no interest.

Gold Interests

However, most Marcos loyalists are asking. What about the interests of the gold deposits? It is known that the late President Ferdinand Marcos, Sr. had gold deposits at the World Bank and other countries. This is the reason why the Philippines can borrow an enormous amount from the international financial institution without the burden of substantial interest rates for its loans.

Deposits in the UK

Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair was even one of the attendees of the World Bank Meet with President Marcos. This coincides with the Finance Secretary’s revelation that the Philippines also has some gold deposits in the UK.

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PBBM’s Economic Recovery Plan Signifies his Capability Not the Weakening of the Peso


By: Elena Grace Flores

Filipino Future
[VIDEO]: The host of the New York Stock Exchange program was surprised by PBBM’s brilliant answers

The President’s Recovery Plan

President Bongbong Marcos is confident in what the 110 million Filipinos can do for the country’s economic recovery. As he speaks in the New York Stock Exchange, he reminds the audience that in the minds of the young people, America has not failed us, he emphasized that despite its indifference to his family in the past. So, the partnership must continue.

Youngest Country in Asia

The Filipinos’ resilience to the crisis is a strength that gives the Philippines an edge compared to other countries. Despite the pandemic, the number of pregnant women is increasing.  We gained the population dividend with the greying of many nations, added President Marcos. Making the country the youngest in Asia. Therefore, recovery is just a matter of when.

The President’s Clear Plan

A fast-growing economy, and young sets of workforce who are educated and English-speaking are just some of the perks of foreign investments. 30 business CEOs are even convinced to work with the Philippine president. Full foreign direct ownership for infrastructure and technology transfer businesses is now feasible in the Philippines. This is a big plus for investors. He explains that there is a change global economy. So, the country can only take advantage of it.