Bongbong Marcos said that his short visit to Sultan Kudarat feels like home. He realizes that there are many Ilocanos in that part of the country. Marcos can very well represent Ilocandia. Since President Rodrigo Du30 captures the majority of the Visayan’s, the Tagalogs can become a minority in the future national election.
Youtube video by; Bongbong Marcos
[VIDEO]: It felt like home during my short visit to Sultan Kudarat. Surprisingly the Ilocanos are very well represented in this part of the country!
Ilocanos are Well-Represented
In Marcos’ continues travel nationwide, he has known things that are not the talk of the town but are a popular reality. The Ilocanos are rampant not just in the Ilocos region but also in Sultan Kudarat. Sultan Kudarat is located in the southwestern part of the island of Mindanao. It is bounded on the north by its sister provinces of Maguindanao and Cotabato.
The Visayan Connection in the Election
President Du30 is for real. He shows his directness, frankness, and passion that most Visayans have. Even the tough-talking nature is very natural in the Visayas. Often, they are judged as impolite by people who do not understand their warm culture and strange humor.
Du30’s Self-Elimination Style
Du30 is honest enough to say that he is no good as a President if the crime rate continues to rise. He vows to step down if Bongbong Marcos is set to replace him. The Filipino President also previously mentioned that the Marcos stigma is gone. The slim margin of VP Leni Robredo from Marcos despite the anomalies proves that the people are ready for another Marcos as President.
Edge in Future Elections
No one can tell the President to behave in public when he intends to quit for the country’s good. Given that his original intention to run in the 2016 elections be realized. He never wants to be a President in the first place. He is just a famous option for the majority of Filipinos who are fed-up with the double-term of the Aquinos. It is a fact that Du30 looks forward to passing the torch to Bongbong Marcos during the next national election or even before if circumstances permit.