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Bongbong Marcos: No One can Beat Filipino Talents in the World

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The Philippines has improved its position in the 2017 World Talent Ranking report released by leading global business school International Institute for Management Development or IMD recently. It ranked 45th out of 63 countries surveyed. It is a big jump from No. 51 out of the 61 nations rated in 2016. This is the country’s’ strongest performance after dipping to No. 57 in 2015. This is not surprising for people who are followers of Bongbong Marcos’ speeches. Marcos had said it many times that no one can beat Filipino talents. The only problem is for the government to provide them with the world-class educational system, business infrastructure, and better opportunities locally.





Video by; Elena Grace Flores

[VIDEO]: Despite low investments in education, the Philippines has improved its position in the 2017 World Talent Ranking report released by leading global business school International Institute for Management Development (IMD). Bongbong Marcos is indeed right as he stresses during the CEU Q and A Forum.




Top Ten Countries Enjoy Outstanding Education

The top 10 countries in this year’s World Talent Ranking are Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Austria, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Sweden, and Luxembourg, in that order. These economies invest heavily to maintain outstanding educational and healthcare systems. They also offer a superior quality of life and provide attractive remuneration and opportunities for career advancement




Better Educational System Needed

The Philippines placed 60th in terms of public expenditure on education. The government spending is only 2.7 percent of its GDP for the sector. The country also scored low in the area of the pupil-teacher ratio in primary education and pupil-teacher ratio in secondary education. It ranks 62nd and 59th consecutively. It placed 51st in terms of female participation in the labor force.



Downside of Brain-Drain by OFWs

The best brains or professionals of the country benefit foreign countries that recruit them. The Overseas Filipino Workers have been one of the greatest pillars of the economy through their remittances to the family members left behind. So, it can happen that the best engineers, doctors, nurses and other experts leave the country for the greener pasture.









Government Priority

Bongbong Marcos is proud to say that in terms of capability, resourcefulness, ingenuity, and industriousness he has not seen anyone better than a Filipino. Marcos is a well-traveled politician given his family’s history. A Filipino can always survive with flying colors. So, to keep them in the country, better career opportunities with quality health care benefits must be in store for them. That is a priority of his leadership.



http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/11/21/1760975/philippines-ranks-45th-world-talent-competitiveness




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Loyalists Insist that Ferdinand Marcos is a Hero More than Cory and Ninoy

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The Philippines marks the first year since the late President Ferdinand Marcos was buried a hero. This is upon the orders of the President following the law. The country recognizes the LNMB as its heroes’ cemetery and loyalists insist that he is indeed a hero. He has done a lot more than the so-called democracy icon, Cory Aquino and her rebel husband Ninoy.





Video by; flick-clicks

[VIDEO]: Former president Ferdinand Marcos was buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani with full military honors past noon last November 18, 2016.




Minority Senators are Against but not the Majority

In government, minority senators criticize Marcos’ LNMB interment. Supporters of the Marcos family retaliate with calls to “move on.” They inspire Filipinos to focus on the country’s current problems, Then, work with the President towards progress. The majority can only support the Filipino leader. No one can deny he was a soldier, former President, and saved the country from the terrorists and communism.




More Struggles after EDSA

Marcos’ declaration of Martial Law instilled discipline among Filipinos. The golden era is still fresh in the minds of golden-agers. This is despite the media propaganda painting it from white to black. Poverty and alleged human rights violations escalate especially during and after the two consecutive Presidential terms of the Aquinos. However, incompetent acts are publicized only during the term of Du30, a Marcos ally.



The President’s Support

Critics repeatedly point out that the Philippines is once more led by a strongman. They accuse President Du30 of unfounded things – just to discredit Bongbong Marcos who is his preferred Vice President. Ferdinand Marcos’ namesake awaits the date for the recount on his election protest against VP Leni Robredo.









Injustice to Bongbong Marcos

The “simple and private” funeral rites, as requested by the Marcos family, were carried out last year. This aims to give closure to his family and supporters. However, his detractors cannot accept that finally, the truth prevails that the Aquinos are not the heroes but the brilliant Marcos.



 

 




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Gadon Who Wants Bongbong Marcos as VP is Giving the Supreme Court CJ a Hard Time

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Lawyer Lorenzo “Larry” Gadon recently said that Supreme Court Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno could not bring before the SC the decision of lawmakers. He insists that only she could cross-examine witnesses during the proceedings. Gadon filed the impeachment complaints against Sereno. He publicly admits that he wants to “avenge” former president and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Arroyo and the late Chief Justice Renato Corona. In addition, he also wants to make sure that the Vice Presidency goes to Bongbong Marcos.





Video by; UNTV News and Rescue

[VIDEO]: Justices De Castro, Jardeleza to testify against Sereno – Atty. Gadon



Appeal for the Supreme Court CJ to Resign

Gadon earlier stresses that Sereno should resign to keep the integrity of the body that she is serving. He warns that the Congress Impeachment hearings are brutal. However, the CJ responded that to resign is nor even an option for her. This is allegedly so because she is certain that the case has no legal basis.




The Right to Counsel

Lawyer Jojo Lacanilao, a spokesperson for Sereno, said that the Constitution provides that the Chief Justice “be accorded the right to counsel and the right to cross-examine the complainant and the witnesses through her lawyers. These are the same rights that are guaranteed to every citizen of this country to ensure due process.” Gadon is told to review his law on this matter.



Sereno’s Camp Takes the Case as a Political Process

This political process involved a judicial character the same as that of a criminal prosecution,” Lacanilao said. The House Committee on Justice formally invited Sereno to the next impeachment hearing on Nov. 22. She insinuates that her lawyers will represent her.









Gadon’s Motives

Gadon wants the ones who benefit from the misfortunes of ex-President Arroyo and the late former CJ Corona, like Supreme Court Chief Justice Sereno, to be accountable for those.” Gadon also works to assure former Senator Bongbong Marcos’ timely take over to the VP post. He believes that as an appointee of Pnoy, Marcos’ electoral protest against Robredo won’t get the justice it deserves under Sereno’s Supreme Court watch.



http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/11/17/17/sereno-camp-insists-on-right-to-counsel-says-gadon-should-review-his-law

Gadon Vows to Make Bongbong Marcos VP by Impeaching Supreme Court CJ As Robredo Swears to Block Him




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VP Leni Robredo should Devote Time for Election Protest after not having Official Functions

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Vice President Leni Robredo was not invited to welcome any of the foreign leaders as they arrived in the country. This role is traditionally given to past Philippine vice presidents. The members of the Du30 Cabinet welcomed the world leaders instead. However, while the VP did not serve any official functions during the 31st ASEAN Summit, she attended the opening ceremony. Robredo also delivered a keynote speech at the ASEAN Business and Investment Summit in Solaire Resort and Casino. It’s not a big deal for her not having an official function. She would need a lot of time to prepare for Bongbong Marcos’ election protest against her now that the recount is due to happen anytime soon.





Video by; Rappler

[VIDEO]: Vice President Leni Robredo delivers the closing keynote at the ASEAN Business & Investment Summit held Tuesday, November 14.



The VP’s Mandate

The vice president in Philippine politics has no specific mandate to perform in the Cabinet or in government. He or she normally attends ceremonial functions. Political tensions arise if the vice president maneuvers to undermine the president. It is detrimental if the VP supports the opposition. Complications happen if the VP intends to be president. The second leader’s every action perceives as partisan and can be harmful to the president’s political interest.




Robredo’s Own Initiative

Robredo urged ASEAN businessmen to help micro, small, and medium enterprises have easier access to fair trade and unclogged value chains during her keynote speech. The Vice President then met with representatives of women’s business organizations in Asia on the sidelines of the ABIS.

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Must Strengthen her Defense

Robredo, who resigned as Housing Czar currently has no Cabinet duties. She has all the time in the world to strengthen her legal defense in the election protest case filed by former Senator Bongbong Marcos. The President’s alliance with Marcos is just not helping her ultimate quest to stay in power.









Action is Obvious

Du30 could have reviewed the functions of the office of the vice president already if the second most powerful leader after him is his preferred heir, Bongbong Marcos. He can begin by broadening the VP office’s mandate, identifying the government body that will be headed by the vice president, and specifying the duties that will be the basis to demand accountability from the country’s second-highest official. It’s the opposite now with Robredo. Her exposures are obviously minimized. She should already get the hint that the forces are working against her.



https://www.rappler.com/nation/188568-sidelined-asean-summit-2017-philippines-no-big-deal-robredo

https://thediplomat.com/2017/07/why-the-philippines-duterte-should-rethink-the-vice-presidency/




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Bongbong Marcos’ VP Electoral Protest Update Amidst ASEAN Big Time Arrivals

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

As world leaders arrive one after the other for the 31st ASEAN Summit in Manila, the supporters of Bongbong Marcos have nowhere to resort to when it comes to getting updates on his electoral protest against VP Leni Robredo. Most media channels are tuned into the big event.  Nevertheless, it is evident on the former Senator’s website that something vital is cooking. A video compilation of the protest’s series of events from the 2016 elections campaign to the poll fiasco is reviewed. The question is: Do you really believe that there was no massive cheating during the last national poll?





Video by; Bongbong Marcos Website

[VIDEO]: Review of events from the 2016 elections campaigns to the present status of Bongbong Marcos’ electoral protest.



Clark Airport Arrivals

Laos Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and dialogue partners Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull have all arrived at the Clark airport in Pampanga.




NAIA Entries

Arrivals at NAIA include Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, South Korean President Moon Jae-In, and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev also followed. The presence of United States President Donald Trump already grabs headlines.

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Protest Update Prior to the Big Time Arrivals

The Supreme Court that sits as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal earlier ruled that the Commission on Elections must pay for the storage fees of election materials kept in foreign posts. In a 6-page decision dated October 10, the PET denied the Comelec’s petition to request that the storage fees be charged to Marcos whose electoral protest against Vice President Leni Robredo is still ongoing. It awaits the SC’s recount date.









Essence of the Video

Judging from news reports on Marcos’ somewhat impossible defeat as they happen, one can immediately conclude that he probably lost because of some dirtiest ever election fraud techniques. The COMELEC chair’s resignation is not enough to let him get away from all these. Even the impeachment of the SC Chief Justice may have also caused some delays to the proceeding. Two other recounts are ongoing before Marcos’ case is taken up. In spite of the uncertainties, a countdown is ignited coupled with teasers for a bright future as far as the late Former President Ferdinand Marcos’ namesake is concerned.



http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2017/11/12/PH-welcomes-more-world-leaders-ASEAN.html

Mainstream Media Starts to Report on Bongbong Marcos’ Initial Victory