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Sandro Marcos’ Total Transfer from a Heartthrob to a Congressman


By: Elena Grace Flores

[VIDEO]: Impromptu Speech of Congressman Sandro Marcos

Total Transfer

Sandro Marcos is now a lawmaker. His speech tackles his plans for the Ilocos Norte’s first district. From infrastructure projects to battling high prices of commodities. All these for the progress of his constituents with the help of his family and the people around him. Especially Senator Imee Marcos and her son Governor Matthew Manotoc. Indeed a total transfer from a heartthrob to a Congressman.

The First Marcos

As the first Marcos to run in the first district of Ilocos Norte, Sandro takes pride to emerge victorious. He vows to hit the ground running. Solar light, a bypass road of Loaog city, and to re-initiate the government internship program to ease unemployment are some of the immediate projects. It looks like he can easily transfer to the administrative side in the near future.

A Presidential Son

There’s a big demand for a presidential son and a congressman. The time for politics has ended and public service starts. He asks people to stand as one. Supporting the administration is a way to progress. He is reminded by his father that only Ilocanos helped them during their exile in Hawaii. So, his message of unity is something to live by and he’s now ready to serve the Ilocanos.

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Why is President Bongbong Marcos Safe from Arrest Despite the Transfer of Human Rights US Verdict?


By: Elena Grace Flores

CNN Philippines
[VIDEO]: Bongbong Marcos welcome to visit United States

Transfer of Human Rights Verdict

President-elect Bongbong Marcos can invoke his immunity as head of state during visits in the United States. This is what Wendy R. Sherman said during their meeting recently. She’s the United States Deputy Secretary of State. The two also discussed ongoing PH-U.S. relations. He’s now safe from arrest which is a transfer of verdict from his father’s alleged human rights violations as the administrator of their family’s assets.

Human Rights Talks

In the US, cases harass Imelda, Imee, and Bongbong. They allegedly failed to comply with the decisions of a Hawaii court’s rulings. This is on how the family’s seized assets should have been disbursed to the alleged victims of human rights violations. Their appeal was denied. So, it’s set aside because for the family, the transfer of verdict or the cases themselves are questionable. Anyway, the US government got their properties there.

Visiting Force Agreement

Back to Sherman, she’s happy that the visiting forces agreement is back before the end of the Duterte administration. They are looking forward to it to continue under the new Marcos administration. So, they better be good to PBBM. For most Filipinos, such human rights violation charges are just desperate means to extract money from the Marcoses.

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Distinguished UP Alumnus Vouched on BBM’s Technology Transfer Technique in Agriculture


By: Elena Grace Flores

BBM Worldwide Leaders Alliance
[VIDEO]: The endorsement of Dr. Rey Castro for BBM/Inday Sara Uniteam

Technology Transfer in Agriculture

Dr. Rey Castro was the past president of the Philippine Society for Agriculture. He’s a UP Los Banos graduate. He also got his doctoral degree in Agricultural Systems Engineering from Chelmson University in the United States of America. He’s a recipient of his alma mater’s Distinguished Alumnus Award for Research and Development. This is due to his formulations of some agricultural technologies. Their transfer to the farmers was made possible in his hometown, Ilocos Norte, Bongbong Marcos’s bailiwick.

Rice Surplus-Producing Province

Dr. Castro attests to how Marcos solved Ilocos Norte’s food shortage problem when he was governor of his hometown. Not only that. BBM turned it into a rice surplus-producing province. Most farmers in Ilocos Norte are only farming half a hectare per farm. Despite the limited area, now it’s producing at least 5 tons per hectare, said Dr. Castro. Therefore, it’s still not too late to improve rice and crops production nationwide.

BBM’s Winning Technique

BBM’s winning technique is the transfer of the available agricultural technologies. This is from the able Filipino scientists like Dr. Castro to the farmers themselves. His support to this sector starts from the introduction of systems to the availing of farming supplies, devices, and machinery. It is very clear that Marcos had a deep knowledge of the field ever since he was governor of Ilocos Norte, added Castro. So, BBM’s leadership is essential, particularly in the agriculture sector.

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44 Municipalities and 7 Cities in Cebu Support the BBM-Sara Uniteam with Minimal Transfer


By: Elena Grace Flores

Manila Bulletin Online
[VIDEO]: OneCebu headed by its President Cebu City Governor Gwen Garcia endorses UniTeam Presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and running mate Davao Mayor Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio on April 12, 2022 at SM Seaside in Cebu City.

Once Cebu Endorsement with Minimal Transfer

Gov. Gwen Garcia finally endorses Bongbong Marcos for president. This completes the tandem. They initially took Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio as their VP bet. However, Rep. PJ Garcia steps down as Secretary-General of the party. He vows to continue his support to Mayor Isko Domagoso. But he did not say if he has to transfer to another political group. He’s Gov. Gwen’s brother.

Grand Entrance of Bongbong Marcos

Gov. Gwen said in her speech that 44 municipalities and 7 cities including Mandaue support BBM. The transfer led by her brother has minimal or no effect at all on Marcos’ chances of winning in Cebu. It can be felt in the crowd how excited the people in Cebu are in having BBM as the next president of the Philippines.

Cheers for Inday Sara

It’s no doubt that the Cebuanos love Inday Sara. Her devotion to the country is first and foremost. That is clear when she decides to run as BBM’s VP. Political ambitions are set aside because she knows what Marcos can do to make Philippines great again.