YouTube video by Imee Marcos Working quarantine # 1 and 2
Senator Imee Marcos on Working from Home
Senator Imee Marcos works on three bills for the March 23 filing at the Senate. She is still on quarantine. Her asthma prevents her from attending the senate session. However, aside from filing three bills while on quarantine, the Senator urges the government to go “all out, all heart” in helping Filipinos respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Set Aside Emergency Powers First
Aside from the Pag-ASA: Alaga, Sustento at Pag-Angat that seeks immediate and sustained protection of health workers, provision of food and cash aid for marginalized communities, the Senator Imee Marcos also taps stimulus packages to badly hit industries employing millions of workers. She thinks that the President must not prioritize the emergency power yet because he has the power to realign resources that are not in use by many departments.
Don’t be Stingy: We have all the resources.
The Pag-ASA emergency package can be drawn from funds left over from the 2019 budget. These are from calamity funds in the 2020 budget. Intelligence and social funds of the Office of the President. PhilHealth’s emergency reserve fund and contingency funds from various departments. Namely; education, agriculture, labor and employment, social welfare and development, and public works and highways, Marcos said. Perhaps the Marcos loyalists know very well why Senator Marcos is keen in urging the government to take a loan from the world bank with almost 0 percent interest rate. This is a no brainer! Her father, the late President Ferdinand Marcos set it up for this kind of purpose! Will the Congress act on the Marcos’ gold for the welfare of humanity?
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Senator Imee Marcos No-Show at the Congress’ Special Session
Senator Imee R. Marcos’ physician advises her not to attend the Senate special session due to cough. This is to debate on and pass the proposed Bayanihan Act of 2020 authorizing the President to use unspent government finances. The aim is to resolve the negative effects of the coronavirus crisis. Earlier, she calls on the government not to be stingy on the provisions to the people who have no work no pay status. She is also thinking ahead on drawing resources to rebuild the economy after the coronavirus aftermath.
Go All Heart, All Out
The Senator said that the government should go “all heart, all-out” in funding the fight against COVID-19. She calls an emergency budget to be taken up in a special session of Congress. This is the most crucial investment in our country’s future, She said. Marcos, who chairs the Senate committee on economic affairs, has drawn up an emergency package of almost 750 billion pesos called Pag-ASA: Alaga, Sustento at Pag-Angat. This seeks immediate and sustained protection of health workers, provision of food and cash aid for marginalized communities, and stimulus packages to badly hit industries employing millions of workers.
The Economic Pitch of the Senator
Marcos plans to pitch the Pag-ASA emergency package in a Senate bill. This is due to her fear of public panic in the coming months if the government’s proposed emergency budget of only P200 billion is approved. Possible sources of the first P300 billion of the Pag-ASA emergency package can be squeezed from funds left over from the 2019 budget.
These are from calamity funds in the 2020 budget; intelligence and social funds of the Office of the President; PhilHealth’s emergency reserve fund; and contingency funds from various departments. Namely; education, agriculture, labor and employment, social welfare and development, and public works and highways, Marcos said.
YouTube video by OHJAYCEE Bakit HINDI pwedeng maging PANGULO si BONGBONG MARCOS | Global Debt Facility and IMF
The Gold Reserves are Real
It’s mind buggling to see video posts about the Marcos Global Debt Facility on YouTube recently. The gold reserves may be a verified fact. The former First Lady Imelda Marcos used to testify on this at the Congress. President Rodrigo Roa Duterte also mentioned about its return previously. The details shown on the video can add up to the speculations about Why the opposition of the current administration does not want Bongbong Marcos to be the next President.
The American Interference
It is evident that Americans are always making attempts to control the Philippines. However, they are having difficulties with the tough-talking Filipino President. There are instances also that they favor the opposition and cater to the US exposures for the sitting Vice President Leni Robredo. This is despite the fact that the presumptive VP is talking negatively about her own government and country. If the American dollars really have no value, then it is sensible that they would do everything not to let the Philippines uncover the Marcos IMF gold reserves.
The Marcos Global Debt Facility
If the Marcos Global Debt Facility is really in existence, the Philippines could be the richest country in the world. This may be unbelievable right now but it is a fact that the value of gold increases as time goes by. It’s been more than 3 decades after the death of the late President, Ferdinand Marcos. The gold reserves are more than enough to compensate for the debts of the world economy. Are these videos sprouting on purpose to remind authorities of its relevance for the coronavirus aftermath when the economic situation worldwide is collapsing?
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The Congress Needs to Hear the Wealth for Humanity Case
President Rodrigo Duterte earlier swears that the Congress will pass a law for the gold transfer to happen. “It’s a long process,” he said. “It does not belong to me. It was just a signal from the Marcoses they will cooperate to secure what the people are believing to be theirs.” The Marcos family also has the right to defend themselves that the wealth was not stolen by their patriarch or else they could have direct access to it. The Congress must prioritize this to rebuild the nation’s economy for the coronavirus aftermath. The late President Ferdinand Marcos’ heir, his trustee, and Central Bank with the approval of the President through the Congress can make this happen.
The Country’s Gold Reserves
The Philippines have so much gold starting when the late Ferdinand E. Marcos was still a young, and dashing lawyer. He already became two of the richest Filipinos even before he became president because of the trust of the Tallano royal family. The collection even grew abundantly when combined with the Maharlika gold and the Yamashita treasures. Brilliant as he was, Marcos made sure that they are documented for humanity and serve the Filipino people as economic support or gold reserves. This is the reason why the country never gets bankrupt like Belgium despite the world’s financial crisis.
The Marcos Foundation
The Marcos Foundation holds the rights for the gold collection as registered in the Central Bank of the Philippines. The foundation’s beneficiaries are the Filipino people. The 50 year validity period has already expired at Central bank so, the government has the jurisdiction for its assignment in cooperation with the World Bank. It is expected that the claim can be honored only when the bill of lading and the representative for the beneficiaries which is the government can be presented to the World Bank hand in hand. The overseas banks where they are deposited do not own them. The World Bank only acts as the globe’s martial for their intended use as protected by the late Marcos using his expertise in the law.
YouTube video by #EagleNews Sen. Imee Marcos calls for more transparency on COVID19 effect on tourism
Senator Imee Marcos pushes the government to immediately release standby coronavirus funds to help wage earners from the worst-hit sectors.
Coronavirus Funds for Later Release
Marcos heads the Senate economic affairs committee. She divulges that there are funds “for later release” that can augment the “inadequate” P140 million in emergency funds of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). The Department of Budget and Management and other national agencies are likely sources.
More Funds Needed
Only 7,000 workers will benefit from DOLE’s emergency funds if each receives P20,000 in aid, Marcos said. She points out that more than twice the number of workers face lay-offs in the garment exports sector alone. Marcos adds that the DOT should redirect funds for marketing abroad to compensate for the loss of income.