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Kris Aquino’s Wrath Uncovers Salim Connection in Relation to Sabah Claim

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By: Elena Grace Flores

Amidst criticism of how his government handled the Lahad Datu standoff, former President Noynoy Aquino said that the Sabah claim situation is a result of a conspiracy. Aquino blames the family of the late Sultan Jamalul Kiram for putting the lives of about 800,000 Filipinos in Sabah in danger. Kiram’s men could not have settled on such course of action alone. We have also noticed how our critics have stuck to a single messaging line to exacerbate a situation that has already grown dire,” Aquino said. However, listening to her younger sister’s wrath, his conspiracy theory seems to be true but not on the side of his opponents but all statements and actions seem to be pointing at his family. z

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Marcos’ Strategy

Jabidah is the name of a special commando unit of then-president Ferdinand Marcos to regain Sabah in the 1960s. This is a secret plot to destabilise Sabah so that the Philippines can officially claim it back from Malaysia. The dispute over ownership of Sabah dates back to the Sultanate of Sulu which ruled until the 19th century in the southern Philippines. Malaysia still pays a rental fee to the descendants of Sultan Kiram until prior to the standoff in Lahad Datu.

Ninoy’s Black Media Propaganda

In one of his speeches, the late Ninoy Aquino who is the father of Ninoy discloses the Jabidah. The Muslim fighters of Marcos reportedly cross-fired with the government forces in an attempt to bury any evidence of the plot. This is ultimately a part of the black media propaganda launched against the most admired Filipino leader. The story manages to spark deep divisions in the Philippines that led to one of the world’s longest insurgencies – a Muslim secessionist movement that exist for decades.

Killing for the Sake of Money

Kris Aquino’s threats to Nicko Falcis insinuate that their family can just kill anyone when one pisses them off. The commentaries link her statements to the assassination of their patriarch. The death of Ninoy ignites the people’s false hatred to former President Marcos that results to the easy installation of his widow, Cory Aquino as Marcos’ replacement in the executive office. This signifies that they can kill even their own just to get ahead, according to the commentators.

The Other Conspiracy Theory

The current conspiracy that notable commentators uncover is about the personal drama of Kris Aquino, the sister of Noynoy and daughter of Ninoy. Ms. Aquino’s trouble with her former aide show’s her borrowing an airplane from an Indonesian oligarch of the Salim Group connected to Albert del Rosario who has the connection with Associate Justice Antonio Carpio who is blocking the current administration’s joint exploration in the South China Sea with the Chinese government. Manny Pangilinan who monopolizes many large businesses in the country is also in touch with the same group. He is the one who wants the share of the Spratly islands to go to the Salim group. Fortunately. China refuses to do so because it must go to the country’s treasury itself and not to a private entity. This pisses ex-Pnoy off.

The Aquinos’ Loyalty to the Malaysians

Based on the moves of the governments of the Aquinos’, it is clear that they are more pro-Malaysians than pro-Filipinos. When the son failed to protect his people in Lahad Datu, his mother officially withdraws from the Sabah claim as promised by her husband to their principals. She’s the first president that loses a Philippine territory that is still in dispute. Their Liberal Party stalwarts can only return the blame to President Rodrigo Du30 in his dealings with China. However, based on the records, the Chinese are actually more sympathetic to the Filipinos compared to the Aquinos. The Chinese government would only turnover any financial proceeds from the country to country deals to the country and not to these yellow oligarchs.

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