Pnoy is vocal enough to block the return of a Marcos. But nothing seems to stop destiny. Psychic Gurmeet Kals predicts that Bongbong Marcos is to rise as a winner in the February 2018 recount against VP Leni Robredo. In fairness to the former President Aquino, life goes on for him. That includes getting married. The manifestations are not just shown by Gurmeet but also during his interview after one year in office except the marriage hint.
[VIDEO]: Former Philippine President Benigno Aquino III talks about his realizations a year after office, the state of the nation during the first year of the Duterte administration, and charges filed against him by the Ombudsman.
LP Manipulations Weakened
Manipulations abound but the truth prevails in Marcos’ favor, Gurmeet discloses. Ups and downs are normal, he added. Marcos may lose something to gain something big that hits his rival like a bombshell. The process discloses cheating and deception by his political rivals. He comes back to power in an honest, decent and strong manner.
Marcos is Good for the Philippines
Gurmeet continues that Marcos is good for the government and the country. Some exceptional rules against corruption and perpetrators are set during his time. Legal documents prove his great power.
Strong Aquino Foundation
Benigno Aquino III or Pnoy has a very strong foundation, Gurmeet said. He has the strength and determination to face obstacles and adversities in life. Charges against him will not stand a chance. But he has to bear various public criticisms.
Former President Aquino ties the knot with someone in 2018. This is during summertime, Gurmeet hinted. His supporters welcome this news if true but most anti-Aquino can’t stop but raise their eyebrows. Such feelings are definitely influenced by negative comments via social media about him.
By: Elena Grace Flores
The deaths of 44 police commandos in the Mamasapano massacre or misencounter as part of the Aquino administration’s move for counter terrorism operation are even more painful now for the surviving family and loved ones. Benigno Aquino III just shrugged the news off saying that the relatives of the fatalities can suffer more if this is pursued.
The Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) filed the complaint against Aquino at the Office of the Ombudsman, accusing him of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide for his alleged role in the “Oplan Exodus” operation that led to the deaths of 44 elite troopers of the Special Action Force (SAF) on January 25 last year in Mamasapano, Maguindanao; according to Inquirer.
Also implicated in the complaint were dismissed former Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Alan Purisima and former SAF Director Getulio Napeñas. There was a controversy on Purisima’s role in the operation since he was suspended at that time. Pnoy as he was called reiterated that his instructions were not followed by then-SAF Director Getulio Napeñas.
By: Elena Grace Flores
Outgoing President Benigno Aquino III almost resorted to Martial Law for Sulu but dropped the idea – after Abbu Sayyaf beheaded the second Canadian, Robert Hall whom Canada refused to pay ransom because saving one or two can put many Canadians in danger during their travel and was supported by the families of the Canadian hostages.
Security forces will have no telerance anymore when Sulu will be under Martial Law. Aquino made known his decissions after meeting with Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin who was consulting with military commanders dealing with Abu Sayyaf. He mentioned also that an unknown group is still negotiating in favor of Norwegian Kjartan Sekkingstad’s release who is still on captivity with Marites Flor, a Filipina.
The first Canadian, Ridsel was beheaded last April and Aquino was sorry for both deaths as he spoke with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Learning from past mistakes, he immediately cancelled his itinerary at the Mall of Asia to deal with this matter. Maj. Filemon Tan, spokesman for the military’s Western Mindanao Command, narrated that a decapitated head of a Caucasian male was found in front of a church in Jolo which isperceived to be Hall’s head as it coincides with the execution timing known to the military. Possible efforts are being done by the military to stop the killings which cannot be disclosed for the time being.
President Noynoy Aquino was right for one thing when questioned by a blogger why the prison facilities of the recently imprisoned senators, Bong Revilla and Jinggoy Estrada are better than the previous prison cell of his late father, Ninoy Aquino. There’s actually no basis for the comparison since the situations are different then and now plus the offenses allegedly committed are of unrelated in nature. He even added that at some point, his father’s room was air-conditioned! The President highlighted that as a highly sociable man, the solitary confinement of his father was the greatest torture during his ordeal!
In addition to that, Ninoy Aquino was accused of being a rebel by capitalizing on political propaganda using the media. Revilla and Estrada are not yet convicted for the plunder cases filed against them. It will actually be a dumb thing if the administration places these two very popular actors turned senators into normal jail bars – for security reasons.
Besides, what goes around comes around. We know for the fact that these two senators are Presidentiables, knowing the masses! What will happen to the President when the tide finally turns around? At least, he can expect to be treated as human as possible based on his current status if he is no longer in the position with all the drastic actions he imposed to these powerful members of the opposition.
Yes, he vowed to punish those corrupt people in the government but it is however obvious to everybody that he is being selective. Corruption has been adamant for decades in the Philippines – and it is not only people who are corrupt. The whole system of government operations are! The President should have focused in changing the system rather than hurt those selected political enemies, their families and supporters – if he cannot generalize it or if he is really not also using the corrupt system to gain power!
However, social damages have been done and not unless the next leaders with the backlogs of this administration can forgive those who trespass them – we can only expect a divided Philippines. Unity is far from the horizon now that unfair judgements are bestowed to respected public figures! It will not be surprising if a group of opposing political parties will join hands in putting a stop into this unlikely government priority. Just wait and see!