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How’s it like to have Bongbong Marcos as Philippine President in 2022

Bongbong Marcos

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Starting last May 2016 election, Bongbong Marcos is widely expected to run as, Philippine President in 2022.  It is not hidden from the prying eyes of the general public that current President Rodrigo Duterte and Marcos are in unison to the belief that the previous administration  did not lead the country to its potential growth. There were  chronic corruption and most especially,   law and order instability. Massive infrastructural bottlenecks were a;so criticized and perhaps, the reason for its downfall.  The former President Aquino’s absence of decisive leadership in the country was just too obvious.

A multi-million dollar jewelry collection that once belonged to Imelda Marcos is up for auction.

Featured Above by CNN: A multi-million dollar jewelry collection that once belonged to Imelda Marcos, Bongbong’s mother is up for auction.
The nation might be divided in Duterte’s view for more engagement with China – putting the sovereignty of the country over its side of the  South China Sea on the negotiating table. Similarly, they have expressed doubt in the present democratic system.
Since many are frustrated with the past administration’s handling of similar cases, the 16 million Filipinos who voted for Duterte has tried to convince the whole nation into supporting and understanding the ways of the tough-talking president.

However, despite the good intentions of President Duterte, the majority who did not vote for him would always find ways to go against him. The least criticize him for his indecent moves. On the other hand, the Pro-Dutertes are also ready at all times to defend him even if he has displayed a distasteful manner.

The country’s “to each his own” strategy designed to avoid clashes especially among family members, clearly divided the nation. Not much progress can be expected from warring members of the senate and congress. This is contrary to the media propaganda created by Duterte’s supporters that he has done numerous things in his first quarter in the public office.

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Since the country’s current division won’t bring chaos if people will just let government officials do whatever it takes to do their jobs, it is perhaps time to do a reality check on future presidentiables.

Bongbong Marcos of course ,will come to mind first if you ask the  pro-Marcos. But how about the anti-Marcos during the era of his father? That would perhaps still probably divide the nation. The only big difference is, Bongbong Marcos’s personality is by far a lot better than Duterte.  The masses, the elite society group, and the middle class won’t be ashamed to be represented by him. This article aims to feel the impulse of our readers. Let us hear you out!


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