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Bongbong Marcos’ Greatest Worry for Seafarers!

mental illness

By: Elena Grace Flores

YouTube video by Bongbong Marcos

We MUST have a plan. We should at least try.

Recovery Plan for Seafarers

Former Senator Bongbong Marcos recognizes the plight of seafarers who experience being stranded at sea with ample uncertainties. Their ships are unable to dock for months due to Coronavirus port restrictions. They are also subject to many days of quarantine upon arrival. The waiting is not even over yet. No jobs are in store for them yet at least for one or two years. Marcos urges the government to have at least a plan for their recovery. His greatest worry is mental illness among them because of depression and anxiety.

Kindness Crucial

Marcos also stresses that the community of these hard-working individuals must at least extend kindness. Perhaps fetching and sending them to their households can be done – just to ease up their burden. We shall remember that during good old days, they are reliable providers to their families and to the economy as a whole.

Mental Illness is More Likely

Not knowing the directions in life can put anyone into restlessness. Too many worries then lead to anxiety and depression later on. It’s more likely that mental illness can be rampant within these affected seafarers. The support of the Filipino society is much needed in times like this. Therefore on June 25, the day of the seafarers, let’s be extra kind to them, Marcos added.

Fr. Jose Bosch Innovative Skills Training Advocacy Cooperative (ISTAC)

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The First Thing that Bongbong Marcos Wants to do After Going Out of Coronavirus Isolation

Bongbong Marcos

By: Elena Grace Flores

YouTube video by Elena Grace Flores

BBM Can See His Family Soon after Coronavirus Isolation

Bongbong Marcos’ Simple Wants

Bongbong Marcos tells Choy Torralba that he will be out of isolation soon. He is adamant to see his family and friends again at close range. They might be in the same house with some of his immediate family members but he made it a point to keep a safe distance to avoid any chance of passing the Coronavirus infection to his loved ones.

Goodbye Boyish Looks

Torralba jokes that the boyish look of Marcos is already gone together with Coronavirus. He now looks like one Garcia actor. The namesake of the late President Ferdinand Marcos blames it for the lack of appetite. He said that it was really difficult to eat nutritious foods during his ordeal. His throat just feels like it’s covered with sand.

Out of Isolation Soon

He may already be out of isolation at this time of writing. However, he still needs to be careful. Marcos would surely donate his plasma when the doctor advises him that it would be safe to do so. The 2022 plan is certainly on track! Sorry to the detractors.

Fr. Jose Bosch Innovative Skills Training Advocacy Cooperative (ISTAC)

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The Coronavirus Supplement of Bongbong Marcos that Most People Ignore


By: Elena Grace Flores

YouTube video by Elena Grace Flores

Vitamin C is Vital in Bongbong Marcos’ Covid-19 Recovery

Bongbong Marcos’ Treatment

BBM Talks to DYRF’s Choy Torralba about the medications taken to help ease his Coronavirus infection.

A Great Deal of Medications and Supplement

Marcos attests that there were many antiviral drugs given to him. However, his doctor was so keen on considering their side effects. Those that are not good for the heart are not one of them. Marcos stresses out that all throughout his ordeal, Vitamin C is a vital intravenous component for his supplement. It is crucial for his immune system.

Vitamin C Supplements

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid. It is necessary for the growth, development, and repair of all body tissues. It’s a vital element in many body functions. This includes the formation of collagen, absorption of iron, the immune system, and wound healing. It is crucial in the maintenance of cartilage, bones, and teeth as well.

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Senator Imee Marcos Reveals her Brother’s Survival Diet, Etc.


By: Elena Grace Flores

YouTube video by Imee Marcos

Senator Imee Marcos with Jorge Bandiola & Willie Delgado on Straight to the Point at DZXL

Bongbong Marcos’ Survival Diet

Senator Imee Marcos reveals in an interview that her brother, Bongbong Marcos now starts to gain weight. She’s happy to announce that he already has the appetite to eat “pinakbet.” She also said that there’s a great advantage living in the province of Ilocos Norte during the coronavirus crisis. The harvests are abundant so, there’s an overwhelming supply of fresh fruits and vegetables.

Senator Imee Marcos talks about the COVID-free provinces in the North and how farmers are coping with their harvests in view of the lockdown with broadcasters Jorge Bandiola and Willie Delgado on their program Straight to the Point at DZXL on April 21.

The Senator was also asked about the resignation of NEDA secretary Ernesto Pernia, the role of LGUs in the distribution of government aid, and the availability of rapid testing kits, among others.

Logistics Problem in Transporting Supplies

Senator Marcos also clarifies that despite the good produce in her province, the farmers are sad because they cannot sell to Manila. They cannot make money as much as they need to. The transport system is very difficult for the agricultural sector nowadays. However, the solution to this problem should arise during the modified ECQ in some cities in the metropolitan Manila.

Modified ECQ is GCQ

The modified ECQ can finally allow a healthy diet to the metropilitan dwellers that do not have Covid-19 outbreaks. Under a modified ECQ, public transportation within is allowed provided that the residents observe social or physical distancing.
In areas under GCQ, the agriculture, fisheries, food manufacturing, food retail, logistics, and media industries may resume full operations.

The manufacturing of electronics and exports, e-commerce and delivery, repair and maintenance services, housing, and office services may also resume 50 to 100 percent of their operations.

In the financial services, business process outsourcing, and other non-leisure wholesale and retail trade and services, 50 percent onsite work and 50 percent work from the home arrangement must be observed.

Public transportation may also resume at a reduced capacity in provinces under GCQ.

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Will a Golden-Ager Forget the Name, Ferdinand Marcos When It Comes to Nutribun?

Ferdinand Marcos

By: Elena Grace Flores

YouTube video by birador HQ

SMC Brings Back Nutribun

San Miguel Corporation rekindles the production of vitamin-packed Nutribun. This is for distribution to charitable groups and critical Metro Manila communities. Priorities are families that have either no access to, or unable to afford, food amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Ferdinand Marcos and Nutribun

A golden-ager pro or anti – Ferdinand Marcos can automatically recall that the Nutribun is classic when it comes to the nutritional provision in schools during the late President Marcos regime. The ingredients originally came from USAID. The Marcos administration produces the bread in 1975. Scientists from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University during the late 1960s and early 1970s put this together. This is to overcome childhood malnutrition in the Philippines.

Mayors Adopted the Nutribun Concept

Mayors Isko Moreno of Manila and Marcelino Teodoro of Marikina revive the Nutribun concept earlier on. Yorme as Mayor Isko is popularly known said that the power bread serves as his motivation to attend school classes every day from Monday to Friday. A worthwhile memory that he can share with the children of his constituents today.

Fr. Jose Bosch Innovative Skills Training Advocacy Cooperative (ISTAC)