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Binay Aids Bongbong Marcos To Win Electoral Protest

Bongbong Marcos





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The Binay Camp during elections does not really focus on the Binay-Honasan tandem. How could they when Senator Gringo Honasan himself endorses Bongbong Marcos? Hilario Andes explains that both Honasan and former Jejomar Binay really wanted Marcos to be the V.P. running mate. In fact, they aspire for him to become president soon.





Youtube video by; Elena Grace Flores
[VIDEO]: Credible Marcos electoral protest witnesses from the Binay camp through Pastor Boy Saycon.



The Binay Camp Head

Pastor Boy Saycon of Copa is the Noybi campaigner but just like Binay, he is dismayed by the performance of former President Noynoy Aquino not prioritizing the welfare of the people. He heads the Binay Camp’s campaign may it be Binay-Honasan or Bi-Bong or Binay-Bongbong Marcos tandem.

Hilario Andes from Senator Nancy Binay’s Office

Hilario Andes travels around the campaign trails nationwide and really does physical work on the ground dealing with area leaders. In many discussions in such headquarters, he always mentioned Pastor Boy Saycon especially when he calls him in front of the Binay supporters. At the latter part of the campaign, he uttered that it doesn’t matter anymore if Binay wins or not – for as long as the next President will not be from the Liberal Party. He also relays Binay’s message not to ruin Duterte because he is with the alliance. At that time, the Binay camp never doubts Bongbong Marcos for the Vice Presidency. It is a sure ball!



Duterte’s Win is also Binay Camp’s Victory

It is almost expected that Binay will lose substantial votes because of the Liberal Party’s corruption propaganda. The good consolation happens with Duterte’s victory. The Binay camp did a vigil during the Vice presidential count as televised – but after having few hours of nap during the wee hours the night the alteration was made, Marcos’ lead diminishes until morning.


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Gathering Evidence

Since Mayor Abby Binay is also endorsed by the Iglesia ni Kristo just like Bongbong Marcos, many witnesses from the church approached the camp. Pastor Boy Saycon spearheaded the gathering of concrete evidence through affidavits, witnesses, and physical evidence. They were shortlisted for the electoral protest attachments. Pastor Boy Saycon informed President Duterte of the cheating activities found prior to his talks with Bongbong Marcos. Therefore, Marcos was surprised that the President already knew about the cheating beforehand.




http://interaksyon.com/article/128424/copas-boy-saycon-prepares-election-fraud-cases-vs-lp-presents-whistleblowers

‘I know there was cheating’

Duterte Knows Pastor Boy Saycon is Credible

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Bongbong Marcos to Bam Aquino: Prove that the Alteration Made in the Server is Just Cosmetic Change

Bongbong Marcos





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos asks for authorization for IT experts to check the altered server. Bam Aquino scrutinizes the purpose. The audit can clarify all inquiries. Why complicate things? Filipinos deserve detailed explanations on the subject.





Youtube video by; Philippines Government
[VIDEO]: SEN. BONGBONG MARCOS PUMALAG! Matapang Na Sinagot Si Bam Aquino



Not a Fishing Expedition but Seeking Clarification

Bongbong Marcos is not interested in fishing for some mistakes. He seeks for clarification how exactly the alterations are done, what particular changes are made and whether it affects the flow of the reports or not.

Marcos Seeks for Authorization for IT experts to Look Into the Server

If Bam Aquino asks for the data on Marcos’ speculation that the flow of the election results might be affected by the changes made. That’s precisely why Marcos bothers to ask for the authorization to audit.



What Changes Were Exactly Done?

The IT experts can check all the changes made to the server. They can also explain its purpose and effects. This is a very simple process technically. It is much more complicated requesting for the authorization to audit than to implement the whole auditing process.


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Wholesale Cheating

Bongbong Marcos wants to make sure that the fraudulent activities did not happen in the servers – because it is wholesale cheating already if ever. He will feel better if for once, the expert would finally clear the doubts that the changes are indeed cosmetic. Bam Aquino seconded the comment.

http://www.philnewstrend.com/2016/12/sen-bongbong-marcos-pumalag-matapang-na.html

 

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President Rodrigo Duterte’s Political Will Mistaken for Dictatorship Just Like Marcos

President Rodrigo Duterte





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
President Rodrigo Duterte may sound firm in implementing the laws of the land but he’s not a dictator. Just like the late President Ferdinand E. Marcos, detractors call him dictator when the real authoritarian rulers are the pro-communists. In a democratic country, the rule of law must be implemented to maintain order. Now that the Philippines already has a top leader with political will, critics try to bring him down to mislead the public.





Youtube video by; Rappler
[VIDEO]: Human rights watchdog group Karapatan says the effigy depicts the ‘resurrection and rehabilitation of the Marcoses’ and concerns over the rise in extrajudicial killings.



Anti-Marcos and Duterte are Pro Liberal Party

Ferdinand E. Marcos’ 20-year rule says it all. The rising economy, effective infrastructures, quality public services and fair opportunities are just a few of his achievements. He thinks about the welfare of the Filipinos in everything that he does. Unlike in today’s politics, many politicians are defending its political party than the interest of its citizens. This is the reason why there are anti-Marcos and Duterte. They cannot accept the fact that the Liberal Party’s reign is over. They better sit tight because they really cannot handle it when Bongbong Marcos takes over.

Collateral Damage

President Duterte is not happy with regards to innocent lives being sacrificed during police operations. He is very sorry for this so-called collateral damage. It is not justifiable to have killed one in the process of saving many lives – but sometimes, such accident happens and must not be tolerated.



Filipinos Looking Up to Americans

President Duterte made a point telling people why look up to America when they cannot even solve their own problems? He cited issues with refugees, discrimination, and police abuses especially when it comes to black Americans. Why interfere with the country’s internal problem-solving process?


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Sovereign Country

Many Filipinos are so inclined to the colonial mentality that it made them fearful to think that Americans will not back up Filipinos anymore. To the contrary, the President has the same inquiry to the Americans as the late Marcos. They have occupied the military bases in the Philippines for many years but what good does it bring to the Filipinos?

http://www.rappler.com/thought-leaders/157166-rodrigo-duterte-fascist-original

 

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Marcos Electoral Protest: SC Expected to Give Ruling Soon Despite the P2B Damage Warning of Comelec

Marcos electoral protest





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
In the New Year of 2017, the Supreme Court is keeping a low profile on the Comelec warning that it would cost the government P2B in damages for breach of contract with Smartmatic. Pnoy’s appointees at the Commission on Election headed by Andres Bautista seem to be more protective of Smartmatic than to the Filipino people. Comelec earlier blames Bongbong Marcos for the delay of the return of 97,366 units of vote-counting machines and the election management system and accessories. They are on lease for the May 2016 elections from Smartmatic-TIM, Inc.





Youtube video by; UNTV News and Rescue
[VIDEO]: The election protest filed by Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr against Vice President Leni Robredo’s win in the elections was not tackled in today’s en banc session of the Supreme Court.



SC’s Discreet Moves

THE Supreme Court on remains quiet on the electoral protest filed by Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. against Vice President Maria Leonor Robredo. It only says to release a resolution on the issue. “The Tribunal will issue a resolution on this in due course,” says SC spokesman Theodore Te.

Robredo Ordered to Answer

The SC, acting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal, orders Robredo to answer the electoral protest but the deadline is not disclosed. Robredo’s lawyer, Macalintal complains that it’s the longest electoral protest ever and they need time to review the accusations.



The V.P. Asks SC to Dismiss Electoral Protest

Vice President Robredo asks the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) to dismiss the election protest filed by former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos. In her 536-page answer, Robredo, through her lawyers Romulo Macalintal and Ma. Bernadette Sardillo, said the issues raised by Marcos are not proper grounds for an election protest.


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SC Ruling Expected to be Like the Marcos Burial

SC definitely learns its lesson that the noisier they are, the more oppositions would create troubles just to block the decision based on the law and the truth. Thereby, they cannot be blamed for being discreet. After all, they are for peace,

http://www.manilatimes.net/vp-poll-protest-cost-p2b-comelec-warns-sc/304884/

http://www.malaya.com.ph/business-news/news/sc-quietly-tackles-vp-electoral-protest

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/806378/806378

 

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Duterte, Binay and Bongbong Marcos Head On Back to the Golden Era

Bongbong Marcos





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
The government can only do so much. President Rodrigo Duterte may have the political will to make Filipino lives better in his own way, he needs help. This is why even before the elections, the Liberal Party oppositions unite and formed the Binay-Marcos-Duterte alliance. They join hands for the benefit of the Filipino people. Bongbong Marcos is the bearer of their alliance in the near future.





Youtube video by; Elena Grace Flores
[VIDEO]: No one can deny the economic growth of the country during Martial Law. It is indeed the golden era of Marcos.



The Ferdinand E. Marcos Platform

The Marcos era is no doubt the golden age of the Philippines. Detractors tried to discredit this using media propaganda but they are counter-acted by real Filipino witnesses through social media. The time has come that the media cannot manipulate society anymore. The Binay-Marcos-Duterte alliance follows the political platform of the late president Ferdinand E. Marcos.



Dignified Land Reforms

Giving lands and teaching people how to use it was the strategy of Marcos to aid the government’s initiative in propagating economic progress. This is not just mere actions of disposing lands. The farmers or agricultural entrepreneurs were provided with credit facility and access to tools, processes and training to make sure that their livelihood will be managed well.



The Statistics Don’t Lie

This cannot be denied that the Filipino masses comprised of the urban poor were given a decent life during the Marcos era. The Minimum wage from 7 pesos was increased to 15 pesos. It’s 50% labor pay rise. Inflation which is the enemy of the poor is down from 44% to 7%.


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There was no Middle Class before Marcos

Before Marcos, the gap between rich and poor was too wide. Due to his economic projects, professionals, entrepreneurs, small to medium business people emerged composing the so-called middle class who are educated and have stable job or income sources. These are dignified people that Binay nurtured in Makati, Bongbong Marcos in Ilocos and Duterte in Davao initially. Now, they are doing it nationwide.

http://www.rappler.com/views/imho/124682-marcos-economy-golden-age-philippines

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/lite/story/537490