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How True is the Marcos Global Debt Facility?


By: Elena Grace Flores

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?

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

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