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UP Professor Highlights the Good History of Ferdinand Marcos, Blasts the Aquinos

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By: Elena Grace Flores
Eagle News








Ferdinand Marcos’ Good Sides
UP political science professor, Clarita Carlos proves that the University of the Philippines is not one when it comes to the issues surrounding the late President Ferdinand Marcos. She said that only Marcos has the vision to properly run the country.


Cory Aquino’s Wrongdoings

Professor Carlos also blasts the late President Cory Aquino and her son, the late President Noynoy Aquino. Aquino failed to compensate or give justice to the victims of martial law atrocities. She said that Juan Ponce Enrile and Fidel Ramos who were responsible for such are still alive. Why are they not brought to court? Why only Marcos? Besides, no Aquino president ever made an effort to find the assassin of their patriarch. So, is it true that the killer is just a family member?


Foreign Relations and More

At 75 years old, the good professor lived through martial law. She praises both the late President Marcos and the Former First Lady Imelda Marcos for their projects. Their infrastructures, public service outlets, and innovative methods still serve the people until at present. The energy strategy of Marcos could have made the Philippines’ power sufficient today. It’s only him who travels to other powerful countries to make friends and venture with them. Agriculture and other sectors were also progressive during his time. Therefore, his son must not be a victim of such martial law blames. Because after all, his father is still the greatest president the country ever had.

1 thought on “UP Professor Highlights the Good History of Ferdinand Marcos, Blasts the Aquinos

  1. For me Pres. Marcos is the greatest President of the Philippines . Great leaders of other countries speak well of him. Ninoy Aquino started all the miseries the Filipino people suffered.

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