Bongbong Marcos was alarmed that bigger protests will sprout upon the return of President Rodrigo Duterte from the summit in Lima, Peru. However, the government is not worried about the threats when it comes to the president’s security. Marcos is always open that protesters are welcome to express their rights but they must follow the law and make it peaceful.
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[VIDEO]: Anti-Marcos forces refuse to heed the call for them to move on. They’re set to launch more protests against burying Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. – ANC, The World Tonight, November 11, 2016
Libingan ng mga Bayani Protests
Whoever masterminded the staging of protests in time for the return of the president from his overseas trip just showed how wicked they are. They are definitely provoking the pro-Marcos faction. Only one bad move and chaos will escalate. The Marcos camp is just watching their moves.
Who Brainwashed the Young Students?
Why do we see underage students marching in the streets chanting phrases they knew nothing about? Is this the kind of education schools are teaching today? What about the nuns and priests urging them to march? Is that Christ-like? It’s really true that some demons in our era today are dressed as nuns and priests.
Marcos Family’s Time
Unity is not Evident at the Moment
The protests may be isolated cases but if these continue, that only proves that unity is not happening yet. Duterte is actually in a very difficult position because of his efforts in straightening the mistakes done during the Martial Law era. However, he is also open to that if necessary. So, if Martial Law comes back, it’s the fault of the activists, just like before.