I have included this article by Nick Davies, published in the Guardian, Saturday 7th May 2016 because it is never too late for Marcos fans to "see the light". Sadly though I am sure they won't even bother to read it because they know they will not like the truth. They will simply rationalize this and … Continue reading THE $10 billion Question: What Happened to the Marcos Millions?
This is my review of "Thirty Years Later - Catching Up With The Marcos Era Crimes" that was published in the Philippine Inquirer last month. With the Presidential election fast approaching, I thought it would be helpful to republish this on my blogsite as it seems to have become a forum for pro and anti-Marcos … Continue reading “THIRTY YEARS LATER” by Myles Garcia
I am posting this by a former Marcos loyalist as I think it adds weight to the discussion on this site. I grew up in a somewhat Marcos loyalist family. My late lola used to keep a portrait of the Marcos family on her old and bulky radio in her room. And as far as … Continue reading ESSAY FROM A FORMER MARCOS LOYALIST
I have decided to publish this article by Norman Pearlstine from October 2013 because it demonstrates quite clearly that Imelda hasn't changed. She is still peddling the weird ideas she was pushing back in the early 70s, a combination of wacky New Age philosophy mixed with a small dose of fact (just for the skeptics) … Continue reading IMELDA HAS A $829 BILLION IDEA TO SAVE THE WORLD
by KRIS LANOT LACABA Kris Lanot Lacaba is a writer, poet, essayist and actor. His father, Jose (Pete) Lacaba (journalist, screenwriter and editor) was a friend of mine during the late 60s and early 70s. Pete was imprisoned in Camp Crame during martial law. Pete's brother, Eman, another poet was murdered in 1976 in Davao … Continue reading WOMEN TORTURE SURVIVORS SPEAK OUT
I have included this article, sent to me by Myles Garcia, author of "Thirty Years Later", as I strongly believe the Philippine education system has betrayed the youth of today by glossing over or ignoring completely the abuses and excesses of the Marcos era. It is this wholesale “rewriting” of history that has sadly allowed … Continue reading Ateneo professors to Bongbong Marcos: Stop ‘distortion of history’
Talk about poetic justice. Imelda Marcos attended Church this week thinking it would be a normal service. Turns out it was a memorial service for the victims of her husband's brutal martial law regime. Torture, kidnap and murder victims were remembered in the ceremony on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the Edsa (People's … Continue reading IMELDA MARCOS ATTENDS CHURCH
“CARMMA” movement to be launched to oppose the return of Sen. Marcos to Malacañang February 4, 2016 Aiski luc Headlines 780 SHARES FacebookTwitter “CARMMA” or the Campaign Against the Return of the Marcoses to Malacañang is set to be launched nationwide on February 22 whose aim is to oppose the possible return to Malacañang of … Continue reading CARMMA – CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE RETURN OF THE MARCOSES TO MALACANANG
I decided to reprint this article from the Guardian because I think many Filipinos, especially young ones who will be voting for the first time this year, may not be aware of the excesses of the Marcoses during martial law. Not even Royalty with their inherited jewels can compete with some of these pieces that … Continue reading Philippines revalues jewellery seized from Imelda Marcos in 1986
I am happy to announce that people are actually reading and reacting to this blogsite. And I am very grateful to you all. The stats for 2015 are in and over 350,000 of you viewed this site this past year, with October 19th being the most successful day - 22,566 views on that day. I … Continue reading Happy New Year to All My Followers!