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Destabilization Scare Won’t Cease Until Bongbong Marcos Wins Election Protest Against Robredo

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Vice President Leni Robredo as always denies destabilization allegation and calls it “baseless.” The alleged conspiracy by the “yellows” to destabilize the administration of President Du30 as Mayor Sara Du30 refers to as real as terrorism leads the President into issuing an ultimatum to initiate a “revolutionary government.” It’s the same as what the late Corazon Aquino did. This has irked the LP leader and accuses Du30 again of instilling fear among the people. There are two scenarios why this is so. One, her fellow government critic, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV goes out of his way to have a meeting with an anti-drug war counterpart in the US. The recount on the election protest that might make Bongbong Marcos the new VP soon is about to happen, secondly.





Youtube video by; News5Everywhere

[VIDEO]: Umalma si VP Robredo sa pagdawit sa Liberal Party sa umano’y destabilization plot laban sa gobyerno.




Expected Reaction

Robredo, who also chairs the former ruling party, the Liberal Party assures President Du30 by saying this; “when we criticize, it does not mean we want the government not to succeed.” Her remarks came after Du30 threatens to form a “revolutionary government” as he addresses the LP on TV telling them this; if ever “your destabilization is worsening and it is becoming chaotic.”




Revolutionary Government

Du30 said that this “revolutionary government” would be similar to what President Corazon Aquino created shortly after the People Power Revolution in February 1986. He said that the “yellows and reds,” referring to the pro-Aquino and left-wing groups, should just unite since they shared “the same ideological whatever” of wanting to “kick me out” of office.




Not Rumors but Intelligence Reports

Presidential daughter, Davao City Mayor Sara Du30, claims that “the threat of destabilization is as real as terrorism” if alleged intelligence reports were to go by. She also denies that her father was just being paranoid. On the other hand, anti-admin Magdalo party-list Rep. Gary Alejano maintains that “the destabilization narrative is only a fruit of their imagination.”









Words from the DFA Secretary on Trillanes

DFA Secretary, Alan Peter Cayetano said; “I worked with Senator Trillanes in the past and you know my respect to the Senate as an institution. All I can say is, although it’s a free world, it doesn’t help the country where there’s misinformation, disinformation, especially false information” “Even when I was a staunch critic of some presidents, I’ve never gone abroad to ask for help to topple them,” he said. He added that he requested a meeting with Rubio, but the Senator is still not available. Cayetano was also a VP contender and running mate of the President. However, he and his campaigners are already open to Bongbong Marcos’ possible victory against Robredo. They are convinced that Marcos as VP would stop destabilization efforts.




Trillanes seeking US help to topple gov’t—Cayetano

Robredo: ‘Revolutionary gov’t’ threat stokes fear among the people




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Bongbong Marcos Urges the Supreme Court to Decide NOW on Recount Date

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Former Senator Bongbong Marcos urges the Supreme Court to handle his electoral protest against Vice President Leni Robredo with urgency. They have to decide one way or the other how to proceed. It is of national interest to know who the real VP is.






Youtube video by; UNTV News and Rescue

[VIDEO]: BONGBONG MARCOS NABABAGALAN NA SA PAG-USAD NG ELECTORAL PROTEST LABAN KAY LENI ROBREDO.




Canvass System Not Authentic

The PET composes of the members of the Supreme Court earlier junks his first cause of action. It asks to the nullify Robredo’s victory. According to Marcos, the certificates of canvass generated by the Consolidation and Canvass System were not “authentic.”




Recount Date by the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court cannot decide on the recount date yet because the COMELEC’s logistics, schedule and estimated costs relative to the Decryption and Printing of Ballot Images for Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental are not yet ready. Its plea for additional time to comply with the PET’s Show Cause Order was granted twice. Marcos cannot tolerate its leniency towards the COMELEC anymore.




Election Ballot Recount

His other petitions include a ballot recount in 27 provinces, and nullification of votes in the provinces of Basilan, Lanao del Sur, and Maguindanao, where Marcos alleges the election turnout was rigged. The PET moved to partially grant a recount. However, this is limited only in the pilot provinces of Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental. However, Marcos notes that the “actual order” sending teams to the provinces has not been released yet. The Supreme court also did not junk Robredo’s counter-protest even if she failed to pay the required fee.









Slow Progress on the Recount

“It has been close to 18 months since the last election, and we haven’t come to any conclusions on this extremely important issue,” Marcos said.  “We are hoping to start soon because the electoral tribunal must… assign teams to go out to the three pilot provinces and there assess the kind of logistics required, to bring those ballot boxes back to Manila and to start the recount.”




http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2017/10/16/Bongbong-Marcos-dissatisfied-electoral-protest-Robredo.html




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Slowly but Surely on Bongbong Marcos’ VP Election Recount

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

COMELEC Chairman Andres Bautista thinks that to impeach him is unnecessary because he already tendered his resignation to the President. However, it is effective only at the end of the year to ensure a smooth transition, he said. He will, however, abide by the Constitution and the relevant rules regarding the impeachment process,” he added. Bongbong Marcos’ election protest against VP Leni Robredo is about to start this October but such incidents can cause further delays. Nonetheless, the Marcos Camp welcomes the development as it addresses the attempt to bury some truths about the 2016 automated election anomalies.






Youtube video by; UNTV News and Rescue

[VIDEO]: Uumpisahan na ngayong Oktubre ang recount ng mga balota kaugnay nang protesta ni dating Senator Bongbong Marcos laban sa pagkapanalo ni Vice President Leni Robredo sa nakaraang eleksyon.




Pro-Administration Solons’ Counter Attack

The pro-administration lawmakers and social media practitioners’ democratic movements are counter-acting the government’s enemies. Most of them agree that the Du30-Marcos tandem can eventually stop any destabilization efforts. One move is evident. Cebu Representative Gwen Garcia insists that the election fiasco is a major allegation. The COMELEC Chair must not escape from that by just resigning.




Still Waiting for Recount Date

The COMELEC’s logistics, schedule and estimated costs relative to the Decryption and Printing of Ballot Images for Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental are not yet ready. Its compliance with the PET’s Show Cause Order by 18 September 2017 has been extended twice. The Supreme Court has yet to rule on the recount date which is dependent on the COMELEC’s progress.




Marcos’ Manifestations

Marcos manifests on his list of witnesses for Basilan, Lanao del Sur, and Maguindanao. He also identifies the corresponding clustered precincts of these witnesses as required. The Supreme Court, however, grants the decryption of the Secure Digital (SD) cards relative to the 751 pilot protested precincts of Francis Tolentino. His long list of witnesses is also ready.









Robredo Camp’s Election Reaction

Former Senator Marcos is still confident to finally get his post by the end of this year. VP Leni Robredo’s Camp doesn’t have any idea where Marcos gets his confidence. They refer to it as mind-conditioning efforts. They also claimed that the double impeachment cases against the COMELEC Chair and the Supreme Court Chief Justice are part of the plan to allegedly steal the Vice Presidency from VP Leni Robredo.




Bongbong Marcos’ Election Protest Surges as COMELEC Chair Got Impeached after Resignation

Enrile is NOT a Traitor to Ferdinand Marcos but the Keeper of his Legacy




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SC Ruled Out Bongbong Marcos’ Election Storage Liability then Voted to Keep De Lima in Jail

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

It can be observed that there’s also some kind of conflict within the Supreme Court. En banc votes can judge on this. Once the so-called allies of the ex-President Aquino inhibit from a case, the Pro-administration magistrates win.  Take the case of the alleged election storage liability of Bongbong Marcos for the monthly expenses of the COMELEC warehouse in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. In its Resolution dated 29 August 2017, the PET ruled out that “there would be no occasion for the Tribunal to charge the same against either of the cash deposits of Protestant or ‘Protestee’.”






Youtube video by; ABS-CBN News

[VIDEO]: SC votes to keep De Lima in jail.




The Catch

However, there’s a catch. SC also approves COMELEC’s requests for additional time to prepare for the VP recount twice. So, the stalwarts of the previous administration seem to balance their hold to avoid public scrutiny. The ultimate goal is to delay Marcos’ Vice Presidency as their yellow comrades use Senator Leila De Lima’s plight to malign the President who is a Marcos ally.



LP can Sacrifice De Lima over Marcos’ Election

Voting 9-6, the SC en banc ruled to reject De Lima’s motion to recall her warrant of arrest. It was issued by the Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court. The six justices who dissented from the main ruling are Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio, Associate Justices Estela Perlas-Bernabe, Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa and Francis Jardeleza.




The Administration’s Show of Power

The decision was penned by Associate Justice Presbitero J. Velasco Jr., whom de Lima had asked to inhibit from the case for allegedly pushing the acquittal of a New Bilibid Prison (NBP) drug lord.








Criminal Charges

The Department of Justice (DOJ) in February filed three criminal charges against De Lima for supposedly receiving bribes from NBP drug lords in exchange for their protection during her term as Justice secretary. The agency also accused De Lima of using the money from the illegal drug trade to fund her 2016 senatorial campaign. She was charged with three counts of violation of Section No. 5 of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 in relation to trafficking and criminal liability of government officials.  Contrary to the black media propaganda against the President, De Lima is not a political prisoner.




https://www.bongbongmarcos.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/02-October-2017-Notice-from-PET.pdf

SC junks De Lima motion to recall arrest warrant




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Media Propaganda Affects People but Love Remains for Marcos and Du30

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Thee love of the majority of Filipinos for President Rodrigo Du30 remains just like with the Marcoses. This is despite the decline in his net satisfaction and trust ratings, according to Palace spokesman Ernesto Abella. Bongbong Marcos earlier expresses his disagreement to control social media. He explained that it can actually neutralize biased mainstream media reports. The Marcoses has suffered more than 30 years of misinformation after his father, the late Ferdinand Marcos stepped down in 1986. Media propaganda causes his popularity to decline. Just like what Du30’s detractors are hoping for.






Youtube video by; CBC News

[VIDEO]: CBC news Senior Correspondent Adrienne Arsenault reports from Manila about the horrors of President Rodrigo Du30’s war on drugs. She also speaks to jailed Philippine Senator Leila de Lima who is a vocal critic of the country’s strongman president. (An example of black media propaganda).




Ratings Dropped

Abella explains that the drop in the President’s net satisfaction ratings was expected since the “honeymoon period” for the administration has now ended. “The change in the President’s satisfaction rating, from 78 percent in June to 67 percent in September, and trust rating, from 82 percent in June to 73 percent in September, is normal given the fact that people start measuring their expectations usually after the honeymoon period, or after a year in office,” Abella said this through a press briefing in Malacañang.



Public Trust is Good

In spite of this, however, Abella believed that public satisfaction remains “good” and public trust remains “very good”. Social Weather Stations (SWS) conducted the non-commissioned survey from September 23 to 27. Those were days after the nationwide rally held on September 21 – the National Day of Protests.  The Liberal Party-inspired groups protested the alleged street killings and alleged human rights violations in Luneta. They blamed the administration’s drug war for all the killings. These include crimes of passion, feud among illegal drug criminals, and personal rifts or grudges. However, the pro-administration supporters were bigger in number. They rallied to show their support to the President in a bigger historical vicinity at Plaza Miranda.




Survey Period

“It is worth noting that surveys are snapshots of the public mood at a given time and the SWS survey was conducted between September 23-27, just 2 days after the National Day of Protest – the bold initiative of the President allowed citizens to freely vent their grievances about the excesses and shortcomings of the government. Some sentiments may have spilled over,” Abella added. The LP cannot accuse his administration anymore of suppressed freedom of speech. The leader did learn from Marcos’ plight.









Love Begets Love

Nevertheless, “the love is still there,” Abella added.   The Palace official assured the public that the government would “continue to work harder to address the public’s urgent needs in order to bring a comfortable life for all.”   “We enjoin everyone to set aside self-interest and together build a nation worthy of the next generation,” Abella said. Biased media often interview only the sides that support their interests. In the video, Senator Leila de Lima, of course, did not admit that her own lover and bodyguard has a signed affidavit of her involvement with the drug trade that put her in prison. Emotional family members of some fatalities are also featured to solicit condemnation geared towards the president even if they are isolated cases or victims of other social problems that are in existence since time immemorial like the communist insurgents’ kidnap for ransom activities.




Abella: Despite fall in ratings, ‘love is still there’ for Duterte

http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/10/06/17/bongbong-marcos-confident-he-will-soon-be-vice-president