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Bongbong Marcos: Where’s the Money from the Aquino Government for Yolanda Victims in Tacloban?

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By: Elena Grace Flores





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[VIDEO]: Mayor Romualdez asked Bongbong Marcos for help during Yolanda!



Bongbong Marcos Helped without the Government’s Money

Where’s the money? The 2014 appropriated funds for disasters are still unaccounted for. Bongbong Marcos inquires where they are. Plus the donations from overseas. Perhaps the Aquino government helped other parts of Leyte but not Yolanda, the bailiwick of Marcos’s mother, former First Lady, Imelda Marcos.


The President is an Aquino

Former Senator Mar Roxas can never go back to politics. This is after saying to Tacloban Mayor Martin Romualdez during the Yolanda disaster this; Please understand that you are a Romualdez and the President is an Aquino. Truly, the Aquino government’s services were very selective.



Where is the money?

The Marcoses were the first ones who gave help to Tacloban and elsewhere when typhoon Yolanda destroyed a vast area in Leyte. Even after 2 years of the aftermath, no money from the government reached the area. Bongbong Marcos vowed not to stop helping until the victims are back on their feet again.

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It’s Really Hard to Find Integrity in a VP who teaches Filipinos to Accept Money from Vote Buyers!

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By: Elena Grace Flores



By: Elena Grace Flores

Youtube video by; Showbiz Fanaticz

[VIDEO]:COMELEC Spokesman JAMES JIMENEZ warns Robredo tha vote-buying is punishable by law





The VP has NO Integrity

Integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles or moral uprightness. As a lawyer, the outgoing VP, Leni Robredo should know that vote-buying is punishable by law. Inciting the people to accept money from vote-buyers is simply immoral. Those who defend her on the statement she made in public are equally fraudulent. So, the authority should investigate now on how she should be punished. Disqualification may be too early.


Simply Illegal

Vote-buying is an election offense. Regardless of financial situation or noble intentions. That should not be done. Leni is wrong to suggest this to voters,” Comelec spokesman James Jimenez said on Twitter. This is after Robredo told Filipino domestic workers to accept bribes. But vote according to their conscience. Because the money is allegedly from the people’s taxes. Therefore, she insinuates that this makes this acceptable. To suggest such an act might disqualify the VP. But that would kill the thrill in the election of 2022.


Teaching Voters to be Money-Greedy

“Alam mo, mali siya, mali ‘yung pagbibili ng boto. Pero ‘yung sinasabi ko sa tao, tanggapin ‘nyo…. ‘Yung pinangbibili ng boto, pera din ‘yan ng taongbayan,” Robredo’s exact words in Tagalog. It might be wrong but I shall say to the people to accept the money. Because the funds used are also from the country’s coffer. So, do you want her to be president?

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The Former CJ, Zarate, PCGG, and their Cahoots Want the People’s Money

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By: Elena Grace Flores
ABS-CBN News








No Proof of Plunder

Representative Zarate admits that the Sandiganbayan decision might be dismissed. This is because of a lack of evidence. But this does not stop him from stressing out that the Marcoses are plunderers. He also made sure that this can be in historical records. Clearly, the Sandiganbayan propaganda is a demolition effort. This is to stop the top bet for president in the 2022 elections. That is definitely stealing people’s rights and money. Bongbong Marcos is the only hope of the Filipinos. So, in the fight for democracy, know the Marcoses well.


Bongbong Marcos’ Involvement

Zarate disagrees that the presidential candidate has no involvement. With regards to the alleged sins of his father. He said that he is one of his beneficiaries. The Congressman cannot even tell the truth. That they are under the Marcos Foundation. And for the benefit of the Filipinos. It’s actually his job in Congress to open the will and testament of the late President Ferdinand Marcos. He is a lawmaker for that matter. They just ignored Imelda Marcos’ plea to defend their interests. Keeping the money to themselves is all they want.


Maligning the next President

The demolition job against Bongbong Marcos can only feed the egos of the anti-Marcos. However, many Filipinos already realized their intentions. His accusers just want the people’s money. They will do everything to loot from the country’s coffer through their media and political influence. So, now that’s history. Therefore, beware of the culprits.

Media Sandiganbayan Half-Truths Fool Filipinos on their Inheritance

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Did Marcos Steal Money from the Country’s Coffer? Do the Math!

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By: Elena Grace Flores
by KAPATID AVINIDZ








Marcos Spent More Money than the Country’s Funds
The total government for 20 years of Marcos was only 24 billion dollars only. And owes 28 billion dollars. But spent 100 billion dollars on infrastructure projects. Clearly, he did not amass any funds from the government. The question is, where did he get the additional money to fund his great projects? All for the people. So, watch out for the black propaganda and false accusations. They are meant to discredit his son who would continue his vision for the country.


Well Documented Wealth

986 cases were filed by the late President Cory Aquino and her son against Marcos. But to no avail. Former First Lady Imelda Marcos has all the documents of the wealth. They are intact and the money is in fact earning interests. Although the Congress must facilitate its return.


Propaganda on False Accusation

People should do the Math upon hearing such black propaganda and false accusations. Bongbong Marcos is set to be President. The Dilawans cannot handle that. Just because it would hurt their financial standings. They never care about the Filipino masses. All they want is to take revenge against the son of the greatest president the Philippines ever had.

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Bongbong Marcos: How much money is needed for free education?

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By: Elena Grace Flores
by PweDelie TV








Bongbong Marcos: How much money is needed for free tertiary education?
Bongbong Marcos gets it from his father. That education is the key to having an efficient and skillful labor force. He cannot understand why this can’t be a priority of the government. Marcos looks into how much money an administration needs when tertiary public education is free. 15 to 18 billion as per Congress’s study. This paves the way to the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act. The late Ferdinand Marcos already imparts this concept to his son before the senate made the necessary steps in turning this into law. It is the official Republic Act 10931. This Philippine law institutionalizes free tuition and exemption from other fees in state universities and colleges (SUCs), local universities, and colleges (LUCs) in the Philippines.


English Speaking Country in Asia and More

A total of 214 public higher education institutions. 103 of which are LUCs. 111 are state universities and colleges. They are now covered by Republic Act No. 10931. This is the free tuition law for the academic year 2019-2020. However, these seem not enough. They are the so-called Marcos scholars as well. Therefore, to accommodate students who cannot afford tuition fees but can’t be academic scholars as well, perhaps skill-based tertiary programs are a necessary addition. This can cost money but despite that, his estimate should not be more than 18 billion. The aim is to have English speaking and skillful workforce


Technology-skilled Educators

To have skillful graduates, the educators must be technology-capable first. During the pandemic, most teachers have crash courses online. Some have difficulties adjusting but this is normal. Any changes are challenging. The important thing is to try to adapt to the changing world. Especially now that money is already digital. However, progress is difficult if there’s no unity, said Bongbong Marcos. Therefore, he calls people to unite for a leader to govern efficiently.

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Bongbong Marcos: Spend Money this Christmas to Help the Economy

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By: Elena Grace Flores
YouTube Video by Bongbong Marcos




Bongbong Marcos on restarting the economy.

Spend Money this Christmas

Bongbong Marcos urges people not to be very thrifty this Christmas. The country needs to start-up the economy. It helps to spend for the holidays so that money can circulate. Some may be conservative in their spending due to the pandemic. But also think that buying a little something for your loved ones can help small businesses a lot.


95 Billion Pesos Rotating Money

The cash flow in buying and selling merchandises is a 95 billion pesos rotating money. No need to splash everything you got. But planning ones spending to celebrate Christmas can have positive effects. This is necessary to rebuild the economy again.

Helping the Small and Medium Enterprises

It works like this. Many employees get their bonuses during the holiday season. Moderate spending ignites a continuous flow of funds that sustain small and medium enterprises. This is better than just giving. Buying anything is the best gift one can offer to the country.

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Social Tourism: How to Handle Debts when Hot Money is Scarce Due to PH’s Economic Turmoils

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By: Elena Grace Flores

The country’s investment records during the first quarter of 2019 show that short-term investments or hot money are leaving the country quicker than in 2018. This situation worsens at the beginning of 2020. Small entrepreneurs immediately feel this as well as individuals who live on a daily grind. May it be from taxi drivers to food sellers in public stalls. Social Tourism enthusiast, Rafael Dionisio shares his experience with a farmer who refuses his monetary contribution and instead, requests for a more tangible need – seeds. Money can disappear in an instant and you’ll end up in debts. While seeds can flourish during the waiting time, explains the good soil cultivator.

YouTube video by Elena Grace Flores
Agricultural Tourism Needs Help Amidst Coronavirus Panic
Tourism advocate for social tourism, Rafael Dionisio explains how farmers can benefit from their products amidst the coronavirus scare.

Hands-on Experience

Rafael Dionisio who is part of the Make a Difference Travel program narrates his experience with a farmer in Zambales.  A farmer who has an ancestral domain for agriculture said that if he accepts the money, he might spend it on gadgets, drinking, and other things that do not last like being fed for a day. He then directs Dionisio to take a look at the vast empty land. If they have a commitment from their tourism partner to provide them with seeds, that would surely go a long way.

Contributors to the Bad Economy

The geopolitical tensions between the US and Iran, the US-China trade negotiations and the current coronavirus scare put not only the general public to panic. They drive investors out of the country that is seeking a safer haven for their hot money. The travel bans alone may be effective in sparing the people from the coronavirus spread – but they also cause them to be empty-handy for the daily expenses.  The series of earthquakes and the Taal volcano eruption made them worse.

Quick Loans Can be a Burden

Once the pocket is empty and families need to be fed, one can only opt for the easily available quick loans. The offers are everywhere taking advantage of people’s tough situations. Some companies are conservatively considerate in their payment terms despite the high interests that are quite helpful. Tala, Atome, and Asteria loans are the reliable ones on that aspect.  Many are just loan sharks especially the hot money providers or lenders from overseas.

Staying Afloat when Money is Scarce

Getting more loans to pay off debts can be disastrous. It is best to sit down, relax, and think clearly when negotiating with lenders. Use the idle period in preparing for the next season or develop new skills that can contribute to better opportunities as business peaks up again. Know that the SEC orders financing companies, lending agents and their third-party service providers to no longer harass borrowers and employ unfair means to collect the debt. Those found to be violating the circular face penalties ranging from P25,000 for lending companies and P50,000 for financing companies for the first offense to P50,000 to up to P1 million for both for the third offense and possible suspension or revocation of their license.

Fr. Jose Bosch Innovative Skills Training Advocacy Cooperative (ISTAC)

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Bongbong Marcos is Bleeding Money to Preserve the People’s Rights to Know the Truth

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By: Elena Grace Flores

Most Filipinos are grateful that Bongbong Marcos pays the gag order rule violation penalty than leave people in the dark. He is keen to air his observations of the ongoing manual recounts. This is in both the Camarines Norte and Iloilo priority areas. However, it’s not his nature to spit the outcome of undisclosed electoral protest against Leni Robredo. His camp is compliant to almost all rules of the PET if not all. Since paying the Php 36 Million protest fee in full, Marcos still bleeds money. The recent one is the said fee that amounts to Php 50,000. Robredo continues to buy time as usual.






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[VIDEO]: Nakapagbayad na si dating Senador Bongbong Marcos ng multa para sa pagsuway sa gag order ng Presidential Electoral Tribunal, kaugnay sa electoral protest nito laban kay Vice-President Leni Robredo.




Good that Marcos has Money

It may be an advantage that the former Senator is wealthy enough to spend for all the demands of the PET He can always raise money from equally-abled friends if it’s too much to affect his cash flow. All he wants to find out is the truth and according to various developments in the Senate, he is likely the legitimate Vice President of the Philippines.




The Undemocratic Gag Order

The PET in late June imposed a fine of P50,000 each on Marcos and Robredo as a penalty for their violation of the sub judice rule. It bars parties to a case from making disclosures that could result in the prejudging of matters pending before a court. Marcos’ poll protest against Robredo is a challenge to her victory in the 2016 election. It involves a manual recount of ballots from three pilot provinces. The results determine whether the recount will proceed to the rest of Marcos’ contested voting precincts.

The Denial Queen

Robredo said that she nor her counsels did not reveal sensitive information about the poll protest. Marcos, on the other hand, said his own camp’s statements were not meant to prejudge the issue, influence the court, and obstruct justice. They are just his mere observations. She, nonetheless claims that she is just merely answering Marcos’ disclosure. Ultimately, the questionable VP can never refrain from pointing fingers at Marcos.









The Manner of the Payment Process

Marcos through his counsels, unto this Honorable Tribunal (PET), most respectfully manifests that he has paid the amount of Fifty Thousand Pesos (P50,000) in compliance with its Resolution dated 26 June 2018,” stated Marcos’ compliance document.




Preserving the People’s Rights

The amount mentioned is just minimal to preserve the people’s rights to know the truth. The secretive nature of the PET in treating Marcos’ electoral protest triggers the people’s curiosity with the integrity of the automated election. Since Atty. Glenn Chong reveals many anomalies that benefit the LP bets in 2016, loyalists of both Marcos and Du30 are now ready to take their fight into the streets in a public protest. They would soon gather in front of the COMELEC on August 10, 2018, at 2 PM.

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Bongbong Marcos’ Stock Shares Support his Independent Wealth

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos was not only born with a silver platter. He is also blessed with golden talents and connections. No matter how anti media propaganda questions his wealth in connection to his father, he remains rich and famous at that. Stock shares are notable in his SALN.






Youtube video by; CELEBRITY CBN
[VIDEO]: Ferdinand “Bongbong” Romualdez Marcos Jr. (born September 13, 1957) is a Filipino politician and former senator in the 16th Congress of the Philippines. He is the second child



2015 3rd Richest Senators

Cynthia Villar is still the richest senator in the Philippines. She has a declared net worth of ₱3,500,565,480 in her 2015 SALN Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto claims the spot for the second richest senator in the Philippines. He has a net worth of ₱531 million. The third richest senator is Bongbong Marcos at ₱211 million from the previous year’s ₱200 million. He is no longer a senator at the present time but his electoral protest against Leni Robredo for the VP post is ongoing.




Stock Shares Game

Some news reports criticize his increasing net worth despite having some businesses that went bankrupt. It only shows that these critics do not have business backgrounds or did not take the initiative to learn the details of the story they are covering. All business people know that investing in stocks is a game of win or lose. The outcome is different at the end of the day. Positive results depend on the many wins compared to the number of losses.




Money Works for Marcos

Unlike VP Leni Robredo who would rather get her daughter’s Harvard school supplies from the trash while after partying with the high society people in the US, Marcos does not have the poverty mentality. He has used his money to work for him by investing in many stocks. All his eggs are also not in one basket obviously. This is why even if other businesses lose, he is still rich.









Ful Payment

Marcos already paid in full the P66,023,000 electoral protest fee ahead of time. His friends pooled their resources in order to raise the amount during the first installment. The excess was used for the second installment together with the sale of a property believed to be a condominium. The Philippines definitely need a leader who has proven capability to acquire independent wealth. Forget the alleged hidden wealth. He is not his father.




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Atty. Vic Rodriguez: Nobody Believes that Robredo does not have Money

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Atty. Vic Rodriguez of the Marcos Camp said that Leni Robredo again fooled the people by saying that she had difficulty in raising the money to pay her counter-protest against Bongbong Marcos. After all, she paid half a billion pesos according to her SOCE in the last vice presidential elections.






Youtube video by; Elena Grace Flores
[VIDEO]: Atty. Vic Rodriguez of the Marcos Camp said that Leni Robredo fooled the people once again.



No Return for Marcos

It is evident that Leni Robredo is not on to the will of the people in last year’s elections. She said she would never allow the son and namesake of the late president Ferdinand Marcos to grab the second highest office in the land and return to power. This is the only thing that matters to her; to block Bongbong Marcos from the Vice Presidency.




Own Wants

Robredo’s words are contradictory to her actions. She said; “Even if it’s difficult, even if we’re going through many challenges, we will not let the voice of the people be taken away.” She said this when addressing her supporters outside the Supreme Court where she paid P8 million counter-protest deposit. If it is the voice of the people she is after, she wouldn’t keep on delaying the electoral protest of Marcos.




It’s all About Her

She added; “You know that this fight is not about me. This fight is about all of us.” Robredo is again lying when she said this. Her own words contradict this statement. Perhaps, she has to be reminded why she agreed to run under the Liberal Party for the VP post – did she said to block Marcos? The truth is, she allowed herself to be used as a political prostitute against Marcos for her own personal gains.









Bitter Supporters

She also said the country suffered during the brutal martial law regime. An alleged victim, former Commission on Human Rights chair Etta Rosales even joined who failed to bring out the truth in history that there was really such thing as the Golden Age of Marcos. They were also joined by another bitter activist priest Robert Reyes and members of their online group The Silent Majority who despite using their channels in destroying the Marcoses are still no match for the people’s voice via social media.




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