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Bongbong Marcos is Hotter than Ever after Media’s Attack on His Father’s Legacy


By: Elena Grace Flores
by Manila Bulletin Online

Facts about the Declaration of Martial Law
President Ferdinand Marcos signed Proclamation No. 1081 on September 21, 1972. It places the entire country under Martial Law. Some say that Marcos signed the proclamation on September 17 or on September 22. But, the document itself was dated September 21, 1972. So, the chaotic capital became quiet the next day. However, as per the constitution, Martial Law was approved by the senate before Marcos proclaimed it. His legacy continues.

Ninoy Aquino’s Betrayal to the Country

Marcos adheres to the congress. This is in terms of the Martial Law declaration and suspension. So, he can’t be a dictator in any way. Martial law is limited in duration and effects. It was Ninoy Aquino who accuses Marcos of the series of bombings. But it was ironic. That he was absent during their Liberal Party Meeting de Avance. He escaped. He was tipped off by the enemies of the government. So, he’s a communist and terrorist enabler. Since he’s the go-between of Joma Sison’s communist party and the NPA merge.

Attack On Bongbong Marcos’ Father

It is obvious that the Dilawan media are so defensive to the social media bashers. They insist only on the brutality of martial law. They cannot explain properly the causes of it. Let alone the good effects it brings to the country until now. Nevertheless, there are many more people who testify online. This is about their productive life under the Marcos regime. Never Again Dilawan, they said.

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