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South China Sea: Listen to DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez – Not to Ramos

South China Sea





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said that when it comes to South China Sea dispute, the people should pay more attention to the remarks of DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez. This is about the Philippines-China economic current ties instead of former President Fidel Ramos’ war threats. Ramos said that the Philippines can afford to launch an “economic war” with China in retaliation to their South China Sea illegal activities.






Youtube video by; ABS-CBN News
[VIDEO]: Former President Fidel V. Ramos believes the Philippines can go on an “economic war” with China but only on a tiny scale after Beijing’s aggressive moves in the South China Sea.



Ramos’ Economic War

Ramos suggested what the President could do to fight back in the region’s dispute through an economic war with China on a very small basis. This could be in the form of promoting “what we can manufacture better than China,” he said. “If we are talking about a war on a tiny scale, maybe more on economics than anything else, yes we can go to war because it’s a reciprocal thing,” Ramos added.




PI-China Cooperation

Geng Shuang also said that the two countries have conducted cooperation in various fields since the current president offers his hands in friendship with China. “In this regard, I hope you will pay more attention to the recent remark of Secretary Ramon Lopez of Trade and Industry of the Philippines that the Philippine economy has gained from economic and trade cooperation with China,” Geng reiterated.




Good-Neighborliness

Beijing stressed that both President Du30 and Chinese President Xi Jinping have agreed on adhering to “good-neighborliness” and proper settlement of differences. This must be respected by former leaders of the country and its citizens. After all, the majority are for peace and not war.









Ramos’ Time was Over

With all due respect to former President Fidel V. Ramos, he had a lot of opportunities to solve the South China Sea dispute – but he had done nothing significant. Now, it’s the time of the new Philippine President Du30 and he should not meddle with the agreements of both countries for peace by criticizing the Filipino President’s actions on the issue through media.




http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/04/27/1694426/china-downplays-ramos-remarks-economy-pay-attention-dti-chief




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Ramos: Spares Bongbong Marcos but Blindly Questions Imelda on Hidden Wealth and Ninoy’s Murder?

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Even former President Fidel Ramos says that Bongbong Marcos is good in his own rights. He just wants the former First Lady Imelda Marcos to answer on two things. First, the alleged hidden wealth and second of all, the assassination of Ninoy Aquino. This raises the eyebrows of people who are knowledgeable in current events. The hidden wealth is already addressed by the World Bank as wealth for humanity. He can ask the Aquinos about Ninoy’s death and why they don’t want it investigated.




Youtube video by; Rappler
[VIDEO]: Former President Fidel V. Ramos urged the widow of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos to put closure on issues that the country still couldn’t put to rest decades after his death. Ramos wants Imelda Marcos, to tell the truth about at least 2 issues: the alleged hidden wealth of the Marcoses and the murder of his political.



Why did Ramos go against the late Ferdinand Marcos?

Ramos said that in the 1935 constitution, one obeys the orders of superiors, the commanding officer for legal orders. He cannot accept the alleged “mine” attitude of Marcos because it is against his basic values. So, his group agrees to go against the late president even if it will cost us their lives.




The Journalists with Ninoy Aquino

The mastermind of Ninoy Aquino’s assassination in broad daylight is so precise. If the killers’ timing is just seconds late and the journalists with Aquino on board the plane insist on their usual process of covering every step of Aquino down the tarmac, his killing could have been witnessed and videotaped by foreign media who can tell the world about it. Quite the contrary, all they can show are bits and pieces of footages that only offer speculations.




Angry to the Marcoses but not to his Father’s Murderer

The Aquino’s then powerful son, Pnoy, did nothing to uncover who are behind hs father’s killing, as well as that of Rolando Galman. He is allegedly the trigger man who shot Ninoy in the head. Despite Aquino’s stint as president of the country, he can only remove the Supreme Court Chief Justice, imprison the former president, and control the entire Congress under his thumb. Aquino is known to put vengeance into his hand like blocking Bongbong Marcos to power. This trait, however, is not evident in the chase of his father’s killer.






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World Bank Testimony

The World Bank and IMF’s agreement when the gold was deposited by the late strongman can never deny the fact that the wealth for humanity is real. In fact, their role is to safeguard them and make sure that the Filipino people can benefit from them when the right time comes. The Central Bank is also the keeper of the manifest that the wealth is secured for the welfare of Filipinos. Around 400,000 metric tons of gold are believed to be locked in the 3rd floor of the Central bank according to the latest report from the World Bank whistleblower, Karen Hudes.



http://www.rappler.com/nation/161227-ramos-imelda-hidden-wealth-ninoy-murder

http://www.new.carelinkwebpr.com/2016/12/stop-lies-no-one-can-steal-wealth-humanity-marcos-made-sure-beloved-country/

His powerful son has done nothing to solve his murder

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Why Blame Marcos for the Coco Levy Scam when it is a Cojuangco Involved?

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Blood is thicker than water, they say. The Coco Levy fund which is around P9.8 billion is collected from farmers from 1971 to 1983. It grows to an estimated P93 billion after Danding Cojuangco allegedly invests it in San Miguel Corporation stocks.






Youtube video by; Rappler
[VIDEO]: President Rodrigo Duterte supports a proposed law allowing coconut farmers to benefit from the P74-billion coconut levy fund.



Marcos Cronies?

How can people accuse Marcos of spearheading the scam when Danding Cojuangco, Senator Juan Ponce Enrile, and Fidel Ramos support Corazon Cojuangco Aquino during the EDSA revolution? How can they be Marcos cronies?




Background Story

The fund comes from taxes imposed on coconut farmers during the martial law years by business tycoon Eduardo “Danding” Cojuangco, together with Ramos and Enrile to name a few. The promise to farmers is to share investments and development the coconut industry. The collections are allegedly used to fund the majority stake in food and beverage giant San Miguel – now a diversified conglomerate. The fund is sequestered by the PCGG after Marcos was ousted during the February 1986 People Power revolution.

Cory Aquino’s Role

Cory Aquino organizes the PCGG. Legal battles start when her government seizes assets claimed to be bought using the coco levy fund. It remains in escrow at the UCPB.


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Noynoy Aquino’s Part

Cory Aquino’s son Noynoy Aquino orders to transfer it to the government but the SC restrains it citing that a law is needed. The law is not passed until now. President Duterte now turns to the senate to make that happen. The process looks like a business deal and not a government initiative under the late Ferdinand E. Marcos. Why blame him?




http://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/in-depth/158400-politics-coco-levy-marcos-noynoy-aquino

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/391968/money/govt-may-now-use-coco-levy-fund-as-sc-issues-final-judgment-entry