By: Elena Grace Flores If Princeton can deny the records of Imee Marcos to retain its perceived reputation from protesting entities not to stain the university’s image with the black propaganda against her family, the University of the Philippines can too. This is very possible granting that the former President Benigno Simeon Aquino or Noynoy vows to block the Marcoses from gaining back power to the extent of cheating during the 2016 elections that prevents Bongbong Marcos from bagging the Vice Presidency. In fact, a Senate inquiry on election fraud already conducts various hearings with credible resource speakers like Atty. Glenn Chong and Toti Casino. z
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[VIDEO]: Fast Talk with Governor Imee Marcos
Mainstream Media Report on Imee Marcos
Governor Imee Marcos is the talk of the town these days. Thanks to her detractors. Their black media propaganda is working to her advantage. She becomes more popular than ever in time for the 2019 senatorial election. This is to the verge of becoming a role model for successful people with no relevant degree to their field.
Conflicting Details Despite the Class 1983’s Evidence
The report said that the school’s record does not have the name of Imee Marcos as a 1983 graduate. A certain yearbook in the library does not include her as well but a 2008 edition made by class 1983 themselves shows that she is one of them who garnered recognition and distinctions in prestigious educational establishments locally and abroad.
Ignored Repetitive Inquiries
Imee Marcos snubs the repetitive questionings of the mainstream media reporters on the same topics that voters are not interested in. They would even vote for Senator Manny Pacquaio if he runs for higher position despite not finishing his college credential yet. Her detractors do not realize that the Filipinos become mature in their criteria in selecting a leader. All they want to know are in Marcos’ Fast Talk video.
Fast Talk with Imee Marcos
Marcos explains her long name, favorite foods, color, movies, music, TV shows, restaurants, toiletries, clothes, and the habit of reading anywhere. Some destinations, digital, analog, plus of course her Imee Solutions campaign was also mentioned in her fun video. She also admits that she is disappointed that she cannot sing, and many more relaxing issues. Her humanitarian nature is also featured here. He aims to be the voice of the Filipino masses.
Aquino’s Cover Ups
Ex-Pnoy’s Edsa speech only criticizes the Marcoses. However, based on the records, his and his mom’s regime are the most chaotic with many human rights violations. Under Aquino, the Philippines scores steadily dipping ratings in recent years from international groups monitoring the state of human rights, media freedom, and freedom of expression such as the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Amnesty International, Reporters Without Borders, Human Rights Asia, and the Southeast Asian Press Alliance. In fact, during Aquino’s first 40 months in office, from July 2010 to October 2013, at least 23 journalists were killed, among them 16 radio broadcasters and seven print journalists.