By: Elena Grace Flores
The Philippines has the most expensive electricity costs. This is a big burden to the Filipinos. On top of that, other utility bills are rising particularly water, and telecommunication systems. The late President Corazon Aquino’s regime seems to concentrate on making public services private. The pro-people system of the late President Ferdinand Marcos who is a lawyer and a disappears along with the rise of business monopolies in major areas. This includes the health sector, unfortunately. No wonder that the EDSA commemoration event is a bit quiet. It’s understandable that the novel coronavirus scare is also a factor. Although it’s evident that its essence is now facing a natural death.
What is the real essence of EDSA? Behind democracy propaganda,
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DOJ: 1986 EDSA – Isang Malaking Pagkakamali ng mga Pilipino
EDSA is a Big Mistake
Tatlong dekada na ang pagsisisi ng karamihan sa mga Pilipino nang magising sila sa katotohanan na ang 1986 EDSA ay isang malaking pagkakamali. Bakit?
Novel Coronavirus Scare
The National Historical Commission of the Philippines expects a smaller crowd at the commemoration of this year’s People Power anniversary. This is due to the threat of the novel coronavirus. NHCP and EDSA People Power Commission Chairman Rene Escalante explains that fewer people can gather during the program. They intend to mark the 1986 peaceful revolt anniversary with a simple ceremony. The EDSA revolution in 1986 marks the downfall of the late President, Ferdinand Marcos.
Most People still Love the Marcoses
The cries on social media, “Marcos pa rin” show that many people still hope to bring back the Marcos era. Videos of the late President Marcos emerge that depict his heroism. He fights communism first hand. In another, he orders General Fabian C. Ver to make sure that the people are safe. As a lawyer, he always follow the constitution regardless of what his detractors say. The revolt is a bloodless one because of him. The Marcoses to this date remain pro-people.