The whole world is the witness on how their many detractors brainwash people to believe that the Marcoses are the most corrupt family in the world. Nevertheless, Bongbong Marcos never ceases to give thanks on everything that goes his way. Thanksgiving might be an American tradition but Filipinos also have the culture of thanking the superior being. The former Senator’s patience on his electoral protest against the presumptive VP Leni Robredo is formidable. It seems uncertain until President Rodrigo Du30 himself appoints the new Supreme Court Chief Justice, Lucas Bersamin over the more senior, Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio. This time, there’s a big chance that justice can be served.
Youtube Video by Bongbong Marcos
[VIDEO]: Thank you for the kindness you have given me and my family. I don’t get to say this as often as I should, but we are deeply touched by your show of support. Mabuhay tayong mga Pilipino!
Seniority Culture of the SC
Du30 in August said he follows the “seniority” tradition at the high court when he appointed Associate Justice Teresita de Castro to replace Maria Lourdes Sereno. The President considers Sereno as his enemy. Five names were in the shortlist of chief justice aspirants drawn up by the Judicial and Bar Council.
Carpio is Set Aside
Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio, Associate Justices Diosdado Peralta, Estela Perlas-Bernabe, and Andres Reyes Jr. vied for the chief magistrate post. Senior Associate Justice Carpio is the most senior justice in the SC. He serves the SC since 2001. Following him is Associate Justice Diosdado Peralta who was appointed to the SC in January 2009.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Bersamin
Bersamin was a regional trial court judge in 1986 and was appointed as an SC justice in April 2009. Among the most notable cases that Bersamin penned at the SC were the ruling that granted former Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile bail due to humanitarian grounds and the decision that there was no illegal retrenchment of more than 1,000 flight attendants and stewards of the Philippine Airlines. Bersamin will retire on October 18, 2019.
Democracy is Dead Again for the Dilawans
Thanksgiving Must Continue
Marcos urges everyone that despite the hardships in life, one must continue to give thanks. Things can only get better for as long as we are still around. He is thankful that he remains in good health and still very fit physically, mentally, and emotionally to serve the Filipino people and his beloved country, the Philippines.