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Duterte's Presidency : Expectations, Controversies, Rants, Etc.

#ChangeisComing DU30 Pres. Rodrigo Duterte PRRD

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Posted Yesterday, 05:39 PM

Excepts from @HiddenTruthPH:
"...Danding might [have] had Ninoy killed not because he hated Ninoy but because he believed the death of Ninoy will overthrow Marcos (by people power) and will catapult his cousin Cory to power and ensure continuity of their influence on national affairs..."
"...the yellow family used propaganda on our people in 1986. Anger was their tool. They used Ninoy’s death to fuel the public’s rage. Didn’t you ever stop and think why they left Ninoy's face to look like a bloody pulp during his open casket funeral? They presented a hero? no, a "martyr."
They had slogans, they had a color, and they had music. They had all these propaganda devices. The spin was so successful and they got the Filipino people to get rid of Marcos to further their own agendas. (oligarchy/monopoly. privatization of govt owned institutions and services)..."
"...Raul Gonzalez, ... came upon a witness in Ninoy’s case when he was Sandiganbayan prosecutor during Cory’s term.
Gonzalez reportedly went to President Cory to tell her about the witness’s willingness to testify on the condition that she and her three children would be protected by the state. The report said that before Cory would agree to the terms, the President asked Gonzalez who would the witness name as mastermind in the killing of her husband.
When Gonzalez said that she would name Danding, Cory reportedly responded, “Impossible. It cannot be.” The President reportedly refused the witness’ request for protection. The witness eventually disappeared.
In September 2004, in an interview with reporters, Gonzalez said the brains behind Ninoy’s assassination could have been unmasked had he been allowed to finish the prosecution of the case as Tanodbayan in 1986. Gonzalez was suspended as Tanodbayan by the Supreme Court in 1986 as he was preparing to present the witness in Ninoy’s case.
In 2004, Gonzalez identified the witness as a girlfriend of a general who accompanied the latter to Carlston Hotel the day before Ninoy was assassinated.
"When I was suspended, she (witness) refused to testify. She can testify because of what she knows," Gonzalez said..."

Curious lang, why did the witness did not re appear during GMA's term?

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Posted Today, 01:14 PM

He is not fit to run this country because you said so? What do you call the P5,000 to P8,000 cash aid to low-income families that the president has approved? What do you call the one million sets of PPEs for health workers that the government purchased? What about the prize freeze on commodities? What about the economic team of the president crafting a stimulus package for MSMEs? What about ramping up covid-19 test facilities? It was tentatively scheduled at 4 pm but we should cut the president some slack since this is an extraordinary problem. This is a world crisis the likes of which the world has never seen. This invisible virus has brought the world to its knees and no empire or tyrant in history has done this. Even the high and mighty oil industry has been brought down to its knees. Puro ka reklamo when you are just probably in your house fiddling with your cellphone or watching Netflix. Can you do anything to assuage the spread of this scourge? I guess not. But wait, you can in your own small way. Stay at home and fiddle with your phone or watch Netflix.

yung mga ginagawa ng gobyerno, panay reactive lang sa mga problema. never mo nakitang proactive.

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