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Why Revive the Late President Ferdinand Marcos’ Illness?

Ferdinand Marcos




By: Elena Grace Flores

YouTube video by Bongbong Marcos




Much has been written and said about my father. Here’s a little of how his son knew him.

Answers About My Dad | Bongbong Marcos
Some mainstream media really just exist to block Bongbong Marcos from becoming President. People are wondering. Why do they have to revive the late President Ferdinand Marcos’ illness? This is the last thing Filipinos want to remember during the pandemic. Inspirational events are badly needed. Take his son’s vlog instead. Honest testimonies are all you can get from his skills to his nature – good or bad.



Horrible Insinuations of President Marcos’ Illness

This biased media is very notable in destroying the reputation of the Marcoses. Now that the election 2022 is coming up, their black propaganda campaigns are again flowing. Too desperate that they have to revive the dead Marcos’ Lupus. At first, they said that he tried to hide it to cling to power. If Marcos really wanted to do so, he could have dispersed the Edsa crowd when he had the military advantage. Instead, he said that he spent a lot of time preventing Filipinos from getting hurt and the last resort from him was to allow the CIA to evacuate him and his family to Paoay, not Hawaii as he thought. Take note. He refused to even scare them with ammunition! The young Bongbong Marcos at that time can attest to that and former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile.

EDSA Could Have Been a Disaster

If Ferdinand Marcos really wanted to retain his power, EDSA could have been a disaster! This is why the big shots who started the mutiny now support Bongbong Marcos. Even the human rights lawyer at that time, former Vice President Jejomar Binay endorsed Marcos’ son as Vice President during the last elections. These unfair media can only claim their testimonies as revisionism but the general public can analyze the facts better than their unfounded accusations.


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

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