By: Elena Grace Flores
The world starts to become aware of the media propaganda going on eversince time immemorial. Denzel Washington recently commented that if you do not read the news, you are not informed but if you read, you are also misinformed. So, what would you do? Just stick to the truth.
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[VIDEO]: President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday reiterated his campaign promise that he will allow the burial of former President Ferdinand E. Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani – and urged Filipinos to stick with the truth.
Marcos is a President and a Soldier and that is Enough
The law requires that one must be either a soldier or a president to be buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Te late Ferdinand E. Marcos was both a soldier and a president. So, protesters can march in the streets all day but they can never change that.
Rappler’s Anti-Duterte Stint
Rappler wrote: Our national conversation has crackled with threats and profanities, led by the angry voice of President Rodrigo Duterte. The polarization is so palpable on social media, where reason has given way to vitriolic emotions and lies have disguised as facts.
Social Media Cover-Up Hindered by Facebook
Many people with ill intentions use social media to discredit their foes. This is, however, easier to detect because of the online laws. Currently, Google and Facebook warned fake news producers that they will be banned from their system.