By: Elena Grace Flores
Ai DHIN 28
The True People Power
The People Power Revolution, also known as the EDSA Revolution or the February Revolution, was a series of popular demonstrations in the Philippines. They were held mostly in Metro Manila, from February 22–25, 1986. The anti-government crowds in those days were just magnified by the mainstream media. Nowadays, social media shows the real sentiments of the people.
Retaliating to QC Mayor’s Indifference
The BBM-Sara uniteam supporters retaliated to the indifference of QC Mayor Joy Belmonte. She allegedly did not allow the group to assemble in her area of jurisdiction. Instead, she designated a basketball court for their gathering event. This apparently insulted the organizers. Thus bringing the assembly to Caloocan.
BBM is Loving and Forgiving
Despite the attacks of the Dilawans against BBM for more than 30 years, he remains loving and forgiving. He never encourage his supporters to fight back. Unity is his goal for the country’s progress together with his VP running mate, Inday Sara.