SHOCKING: From the Lips of the Dying President FERDINAND MARCOS

From the lips of a dying President FERDINAND MARCOS
-Salvador H. Laurel Vice President of the Philippines 1992

I can attest to that. Weak and already on his deathbed when I visited him in Hawaii on February 3, 1989, Marcos personally asked me to convey to Cory Aquino his offer to give up 90% of his earthly possessions to the Filipino people, through a Foundation which he had set up, but Cory only would allow him to die in his own country and be buried beside his mother.




I related this incident in a book “Neither Trumpets Nor Drums,” published in 1992 right after I ended my term as Vice President of the Philippines.

Pertinent portions that book I now quote for the benefit of those who have not read it.

“One of the most unforgettable trips I took as Vice President was my visit to Honolulu on February 3 and 4 1989.

“On February 2nd, at about 5 p.m., I received an urgent call from Mrs. Imelda Romualdez Marcos in Honolulu. She was sobbing on the phone. “ Doy, pwede ka bang maka-punta rito? Masama na ang tayo ni Ferdinand. Gusto kang kausapin. Baka hindi na siya magtagal Please, please come,’ she pleaded.

“I’ll have to cancel my appointments. Maybe I can go in few days?” I asked.

“She interrupted me, ‘Baka hindi mo na siya abutin. Please come as soon as possible!”

“I thought about it. The cases filed against the Marcoses had been pending for three years, yet nothing had happened. And the nation remained fragmented. Perhaps, if I tried the Lincolnian approach – ‘With malice toward none, with charity for all’ – we might be able to settle the issue and unite the nation.

“Then I remembered Imelda’s plea: ‘Gusto kang kausapin.’ Maybe there is a chance – maybe he is ready to settle?

“She first briefed me about President Marcos’ condition – that he was very weak. The doctors who were attending to him told me he had a less than 50 percent chance of surviving, that he might not even last three months.

“Then they took me to the Intensive Care Unit.

“I could not recognize Ferdinand Marcos when I saw him. The Marcos I knew was athletic, active, and articulate. The man I saw was skin and bones. About eighty-five pounds. Imelda announced cheerfully: ‘Andy, Andy, narito na ang Batangueño, narito na si Doy.’

“His eyes opened. He recognized me. He tried to talk. But only his lips moved. There was no sound.

“He signaled the nurse to remove the tube imbedded in his throat.

“The Nurse pulled out the long tube and asked me to bend closer so I could hear. Finally I heard his voice, very faint, almost a whisper. “Salamat, brod, nakarating ka. I have something to tell you.’

“I interrupted him: ‘Before you start, Mr. President, may I ask just one question?

“He nodded.

“Why did you call me, Mr. President? Why me of all people? I vehemently oppose you. I was probably one of those responsible for your ouster Why Me?’

“He signaled me to stop.

“Say no more, brod,’ he said. ‘I never held that against you.

You did what you had to do as leader of the opposition for many years.

You opposed me on principle, never on personality.

You were against martial law but you were noble about it, unlike some people.

Besides, I cannot forget your father.

I owe him my life, not once but thrice.

Let me talk now. I have very little time.’

“Please tell Mrs. Aquino to stop sending me her relatives. They are proposing and asking so many things. All I want is to die in my country…

I will run over 90 percent of all my worldly possessions to our conversation to our people. I ask only 10 percent for my family.’

“Just let me die in my own country. I want to be buried beside my mother.’

“His breathing had become more labored. The nurse stopped our conversation. ‘He has to rest not,’ she said.

“Before leaving I told him: ‘Mr. President, I do now know if Mrs. Aquino will listen to me, but I will try.’

“I hurried back to Manila to transmit Marcos’ message to President Aquino. I asked for an appointment but Cory would not see me. Here I was, her own Vice-President, asking only for three minutes of her time to convey an important message from her predecessor, and she would not see me. I was told by her Executive Secretary (Catalino Macaraig) she was busy. I learned later that she had allocated an hour to Tom Cruise, an American movie star.

“In view of her repeated refusal to see me and hear what I had to say, I wrote her a letter dated February 5, 1989: “Since my arrival yesterday, I have been trying to get an appointment with you…

“I hope you will find time to listen to the highly confidential message of Mr. Marcos considering its serious import and far- reaching consequences upon your administration and the nation as a whole.”

The next day, Cory replied:

“As to the highly confidential message from former President Ferdinand E. Marcos, I feel that in the light of your representation of its ‘serious import and far-reaching consequences upon your (my) administration and the nation as a whole,’ such message should be disclosed to the public rather than kept confidential. This is in accordance with my announced policy of utmost transparency in the management of the affairs of the country.”

On the same day I wrote back:

“ I am still hoping that you will change your mind and receive the message in a private, non-political, direct, and unfiltered manner, beyond any personal and partisan consideration.

“As to your published suggestion that I share with the public the highly confidential information, I am afraid I am not yet at liberty to do so considering that the message was entrusted to me in confidence to be delivered to you personally. Only you and former President Marcos can declassify or disclose this message.

“Let us give national reconciliation and national stability every chance to succeed for the sake of our fragmented people..” (Neither Trumpets Nor Drums, at pp 104-111, 1986 ed, Second printing)

I never received any further reply from Cory.

Cory’s refusal to receive Marcos’ message was perhaps her biggest mistake. Had she studied it carefully, she could have settled the Marcos wealth issue eight years ago. Perhaps we could have paid off our foreign debt!

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35 thoughts on “SHOCKING: From the Lips of the Dying President FERDINAND MARCOS

  • March 3, 2016 at 11:08 am
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    Napakayaman ng bansa natin noon. Mataas ang kalidad ng edukasyon. Napakatalino ng dating pangulong Ferdianand Marcos. Una tayong nagkaroonn g LRT sa Asia. Kung binuksan ang Nuclear power plant sana hindi tayo kinakapos sa kuryente na sobrang mahal ang bayad. At hanggang ngayon hindi tayo pinamumunuan ng mga mayayamang capitalista na sila lng ang masagana at sila lang rin ang may malakas na boses sa pulitika. Kung sana nakita ng mga Pilipino noon na nagsipunta sa Edsa kung gano sila pinahalagahan ni late Pres. Marcos at hindi sila hinayaan pasabugin gamit ang lakas ng hukbong sandatang panghipapawid. Ilang porcento lang ung mga nasa EDSA sa kabuuang populasyon ng Pilipinas. Sana magkaroon pa tayo ng pagkakataon na magkaroon ng Pangulo na kapakanan ng bansang Pilipinas ang inuuna at hindi ang sariling bulsa.

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    • March 3, 2016 at 11:24 am
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      I agree with you Paulette. Please share this blog post sa lahat ng kakilala mo para malaman din nila ang mga nagawa ni Marcos para sa Pilipinas. Salamat 🙂

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    • June 8, 2016 at 6:16 pm
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      I agree. tayo ang no. 1 sa Asia when it comes to economy. Tayo nag ka roon ng first in Asias International Airlines. Tahimik noon , may gulo man pero hindi grabe katulad ngayon , May desiplina sa sarili ang mga tao noon. Dati akong supporter ng Peoples Power noon ., pero sa mga nangyayari years had past – nawalan ako ng gana sa mga Aquino. Na Brainwashed kasi ako noon .

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  • March 3, 2016 at 12:59 pm
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    hi everyone , for me the only president of the philippines dat made me empressed was the late president ferdinand e. marcos…. i admired him for his great leadership, and couraged. he was so brave, strong, strict and very intelligent person.. he was very desirable in all of his doings, in all of his ways and rules.. he does a lot of things to help the people and his country, of which others donot look back, and tried to count his good ways of emplementations, i understand others have enveyed his excellence, and want to make him downed and out of the throwned because of political means, dats why it was so sad to know that after his administration everything went weird, and almost all of the presidents dat had came in this country had failed to control the country’s poverty, the various problems arises in a very huge prob… guess no one gone successful of making our country to its best… now it became so huge weird and worst, politics became so dirty, others killing for power and determination to run for their own way to have power, others had gone for corruption purposes, look at us now, so many problems arises in our country, lack of decipline, from smaller positions in the government and till the head, the military cannot stop the crimin all over the places in every regions, so many bad people are inclined into bad and illegal ways, specially in drugs, everywhere, anywhere, and all the way drugs are really the biggest problems that the government cannot solve, i am sorry to say but i am just an ordinary person that cannot help anything over this problem, but to pray nalang for the sake of everybody, i feared for my childrens future, and for the safety of everybody because anywhere there will people of drug users making crimes anytime and anywhere of which i cannot feel at ease when my children and friends arent home yet, makes me worried everyday and time by time, and i guess prayers nalang ang gagawin para maka safe ang mga mahal natin sa buhay….. paano na and buhay natin ngayon. ? getting worst and worst, kaya this comin election, it might fooled us all back again to choose whos the best among them, but am sure even if there will be the best one, its too hard to clean up all the mess from the previous past presidency, what solutions to all of these later on? … thats why to all of the late president ferdinand marcos family, i am proud of his 20 years for making the country of its best… thanks a lot…..

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    • March 3, 2016 at 2:07 pm
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      I agree with you Joan. Please share this blog post sa lahat ng kakilala mo para malaman din nila ang mga nagawa ni Marcos para sa Pilipinas. Salamat 🙂

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  • March 4, 2016 at 3:16 am
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    I am 100% with you! keep up the good work.

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    • March 4, 2016 at 4:01 am
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      I agree with you Jhun. Please share this blog post sa lahat ng kakilala mo para malaman din nila ang mga nagawa ni Marcos para sa Pilipinas. Salamat 🙂

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    • March 8, 2016 at 5:09 am
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      Me too kuya… 100% Marcos ako…

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  • March 4, 2016 at 4:48 am
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    The wealth that Ferdinand Marcos have stolen belongs to the Filipino people, and he was right on giving it back.

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    • October 27, 2016 at 12:58 am
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      what do you mean Marcos stolen from the pilipino people? don’t you understand what we are saying here. or talaga ka hindi marunong umintinde ? bobo , wala kang utak utak, abnoy, tulad ng amo mong si Benignong gago.

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  • March 4, 2016 at 10:50 am
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    Isa po akong anak ng dating scout ranger ng world warII,nuong buhay pa aking ama madalas nia ikwento si Ferdinand Marcos.50yrs na ko ngayon pero buhay pa sa isip ko ang kwento ni ama na si F.Marcos po ay isang tunay na Pilipino at may dugong Pilipino.itinuring niang isang tunay n bayani dhil kung di dw nia mahal ang sambayanang Pilipino hindi siya aalis s Malacaniang,hayaan niang magdanak ng dugo di nia inutos s knyang kawal na ipaglaban siya.bagkus kahit mahirap at masakit na iwan nia ang Pilipinas nuon,. kahit me sakit siya lumipad xa pa Hawaii. dahil mahal nia ang sambayanang pilipinas . ang puso ni Marcos ay makabayan Isang tunay na ama na ngmamahal at namalasakit s lahat ng PIipino.dahil isa din siyang kawal na ipinalaban ang prinsipyo ng bawat Pilipino ng panahon dw ng hapon.ung matatandang nakaranas ng giyera.isa aking ama dugo at prinsipyo ,buhay ang kapalit sa pagmamahal s bayan ang mamatay dw dito ay isang karangalan…para sa kin, buhay pa sa isip ko tinuran ng aking ama.mapagmahal si Marcos sa kanyang Bayang Pilipinas. DUGONG ISANG TUNAY NA PILIPINO. na dapat at nararapat na mailibing sa kanyang Bayang minahal n Pilipinas, isang anak na ninais na mahimlay s tabi ng kanyang ina khit un lang. salamat sa nagbigay ng tunay na karangalan sa ating bansa na binigyang parangal sa world warII ng igawad ito na isa si Marcos sa mga kawal n nagsilbi nuon s bayan. salamt din sa ngblog nito na malaman ng taong bayan ang katotohanang isa si Ferdinand Marcos na may Dugong Pilipino na karapat dapat na mailibing sa kanyang minahal na bayan at mahimlay sa libingan ng mga bayani.Marami pong salamat…

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  • March 4, 2016 at 6:14 pm
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    WOW.. that is the biggest blunder or unpatriotic act of a supposedly very devout Catholic! I am saddened to read this disclosure

    However, I am not totally shocked as the Aquinos of Tarlac seem very contented very very much for so long amidst the prevailing poverty surrounding their Hacienda Luisita,.. which to this date has not been “settled” under the so-called Land Reform Law of the land…

    When will it ever be settled for social justice sake?

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  • March 5, 2016 at 12:23 am
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    I really believe in Pres. Marcos. I was in my elem. I really admire the Pres. in his time. I admire how he connect Samar and Leyte thru the San Juanico bridge. I am from Pangasinan and how I wish to go Tacloban and it was amazing when you reach that bridge. Isa pa lng yan sa gawa nya. yon pa lang amazing na. Can you name anyone who rule the country with an amazing accomplishment? kahit maliit na bagay lng. Although may contribution din naman sila but they just inherit what the Marcoses had started. One thing na hindi nila namana ng mga pumalit sa kanya ang proper management,knowledge,wisdom and the real talent of our late President Ferdinand E. Marcos

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  • March 5, 2016 at 5:39 am
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    napawis aq sa buong coment na nabasa ko dito ah. ang masasabi ko lng, kung may facebook lnh nuon mas maraming likes c cory kesa kay marcos dahil sa martial law, pero ngayun naman ay kung i scan mo ang buong opinion ay mas maraming likes ngayun c marcos. lahat tau may sariling opinion, may sariling disisyun, at may sariling paniniwala. pero isa lng masasabi ko, ay ang magkaruon ulit ng pag.asa ang pilipinas, pag asang mahalintulad sa panahon ni marcos na isa sa pinaka mayamang country ang pilipinas, duon pa lang ay napatunayan na ng history un, eh ngayun sa tingin natin kung ano ba dapat gawin, at cno ba dapat ang magiging uupo sa upuan na ang damdamin ay isang tunay na pilipino at tunay na may malasakit sa bayan at ang tunay na magiging hero or saint sa future history? yan lng po at salamat sa agree and disagree d2, hindi po ako makikipag away, good vibes pa rin, para healthy, #pray4philippines, #du30forPesident2016,

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  • March 5, 2016 at 11:43 am
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    What kind of long tube was pulled out of his throat? An endotracheal tube? I don’t think a nurse could just pull it out immediately for Marcos to be able just to speak to Doy. If he was breathing through that tube, then the nurse would have put him in great respiratory distress, or even worse, killed him.

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    • March 10, 2016 at 7:50 pm
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      Didn’t you read? The “NURSE” not “nurseako” had to cut the conversation short Marcos was gasping for air.

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  • March 6, 2016 at 5:50 pm
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    During the reign of the late Pres. F. Marcos in my younger years, never there was rampant crimes. I still remember that the streets are safe during night time. Rape, bank robbery, drug addicts are seldom heard. I don’t even know what is drugs all about, not until a certain Chinese named Lim-Chin was publictly executed in Luneta by firing squad. The execution was relevised live – nationwide.

    I still can remember the prison was not really that much prisoners and the hold was very strict. If convicted guilty, then death penalty will be given. Due to its strictness implemented by Pres. Marcos, most of the youths have the sense of what is wrong and right doings. They have the best attitude, respected elders, and are most diciplined.

    I praise Mr. Marcos for the way he runs our country. He never gave a chance to all the evil-doers in oir country. He created the Kabataang Barangay so the youth will have a bright future for the country. The Bagong Lipunan is very effective that we, the Filipinos of the Philippines is named the Tiger of Asia during his term. While under the new Yellow admin. . . . what are we called now? You name it!

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    • March 8, 2016 at 3:56 pm
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      Nailed it sir Raffy! I was born 1993. Wala ako nung time na nagkaron ng Martial Law. I am 22, Recent graduate of a health related degree. Martial law is part of my history at responsibilidad ko na alamin ang pangyayari sa aking kasaysayan. I have real deep admiration to the reign of former president Ferdinand E. Marcos. The accomplishments outweighed the allegations ? Now may I ask, after the reign of pres Marcos, what have we become?

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    • March 27, 2016 at 6:19 am
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      I very much agree with you when it comes to former Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos. I was in Elementary when he was still a President. He was able to supply nutritional food for school children and sent dentists to government schools. Mabuhay ka Pres. FEM kahit patay ka na. Mananatili sa aming mga puso ang malasakit mo sa amin at sa bansang Pilipinas. Our new hope now is through your son BBM. Naway pagpalain ang iyong anak ng Poong Maykapal.

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  • March 11, 2016 at 7:03 am
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    Im just wondering kung maibalik kaya ang mga ill gotten wealth makakatulong sa utang or baka pagnasaan ng iba?

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    • May 1, 2016 at 3:35 am
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      Actually, both… Bakit both? Una, yes, mababayaran ung utang ng Pilipinas sa IMF/World Bank at sobrang rami pang matitira kahit na 6.4 Trillion ang kailangan bayaran. At pangalawa, kung yung sino man ang mananalo sa 2016 Elections bilang president at gahaman sya sa pera , ALAM nya ang tungkol sa ill-gotten wealth at ALAM kung paano ma-unfreeze ung accounts connected dito, talagang pagnanasaan yun. Pero kung ang mananalong president ay maayos at gustong umunlad ang bansa, gagamitin nya yung ill-gotten wealth para sa ikabubuti ng bansa.

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    • August 22, 2016 at 8:46 am
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      yan ang malaking katanungan cezanne. Kc duda nga ako kaya di masyado binabanggit yung tungkol doon sa Marcos’ last will and testament. Di masyadong binibigyan ng media mileage. Baka gusto ring itago sa publiko at iniisip ng mga nakapuwesto kung papaano makulimbat

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  • March 19, 2016 at 8:09 am
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    I am sorry. This is full of crap, just mere political propaganda to make the Marcoses name be in the spotlight again and hoping to gain the sympathy of the electorate. Why only now Mr. Doy Laurel? Why after 27 years this is only the time that you share this confidential confession of a fallen dictator. I just can’t believe how short minded most Filipinos are. The killings , the graft and corruption the martial law. What happened? Are these dark episodes in Philippine history forgettable? I don’t think so at all. How about the unity of the Filipino people fostered during the in EDSA revolution in 1986? wasn’t that enough reason and manifestation of everyone’s dismay and anger about the Marcos regime. Enough already!!! Please wake up everybody, For the sake of your children and your children’s children. No more Marcos please….

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    • March 22, 2016 at 1:06 am
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      Did you not read the article in its entirety? He said he related this incident in a book he published in 1992. READ DUMB ASS!

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  • April 3, 2016 at 2:14 pm
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    Please refer to the revelation of Mr. Locsin of the Philippine Times. Mr. Locsin & Tiglao who both of them serves Mrs. Aquino’s Regime after EDSA PP 1. These two guys are more credible to speak of what really the very intent of the Aquinos and the Marcoses in terms of love of country and the filipino people. They wrote the truth about the Plaza Miranda bombings that was principally blamed to Marcos but at the end, President Aquino’s father, the late Senator Aquino Jr knows more about it along with Joma Sison who happens to be close associate and kumpadre of Ninoy. The wrote about the Jabedah Mssacre to whom they blamed it to Marcos but at the end this issue of Muslim massacre found out to be a hoax and a handiwork of late Senator Aquino to justify the formation of MNLF backed by Malaysia in exchange of giving up Sabah Claim by the Philippines. They wrote about about the more that 100,000 M14 Armalite Rifles ordered from Communist China for supply to the CPP/NPA under Joma Sison to fast track the communist take over of the country during Marcos regime with the full knowledge and monitoring of late Senator Aquino. They wrote about the deep illusions of late senator Benigno Aquino to becoming President by all means who even collaborated with all forces to even the communist CPP/NPA terrorists and the MNLF under Nur Misuari including Malaysia, China and the latest – the United States of America that topples down the Marcos regime… Of all these revelations from these two credible and highly respectable media personalities who, after Marcos had served the government of different capacity under Cory Aquino Regime made the truth fast revealing between Marcos and Aquino either of them the true and real Hero.

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  • April 10, 2016 at 8:15 am
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    im caried away how Doy Laurel try his best to convey what d dying Ferdinand Marcos wants to be buried near his mother thumb isnt it so painful she didnt bother at all what kind of a woman she is; inspite all d help that was given to them No wonder its time, time for paying what kind of service you gave us for the filipinos, & what level of status is our country now lubog sa utang at puro kahihiyang pa wan

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  • April 14, 2016 at 2:59 am
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    In my layman’s term & understanding, regardless of who we all are, everything is temporal, in Gods time, such predicament will be resolved soundly. Somehow this is a literal manifestation that “words of a dying man is his true intent”.
    Hoping that the next government will set aside their own personal grudges & focus more on how to lay solution/s for the sake of #Filipino people, the majority whom they all under oath – serve.
    Always there are other ways to make this message turn into a reality, for the benefit of the NEXT GENERATION.

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    • May 13, 2016 at 10:12 am
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      hindi pa huli ang lahat,spread lng pra malaman ng mga new generations

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  • May 9, 2016 at 10:02 am
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    If Mrs. Cory Aquino would have accepted Mr. Marcos proposal, maybe our country will not suffering from poverty and we have a country that we can stand in terms of economy. Mr.Marcos only wants the best for his own country and his wish to die and buried in his country is very humane enough that Mrs.Aquino should understand it.

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  • May 9, 2016 at 8:01 pm
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    It is sad to say that majority of the Filipinos don’t know how to give some of there extra time to do some research on stuffs like this:(

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  • June 13, 2016 at 8:04 am
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    so sad to know all these things.. I hope that the truth will prevail for the nation to know and educated what has really happened after martial law..

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  • June 30, 2016 at 1:11 am
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    Wow, I did not know this article since I am looking for the truth of Martial Law and former Pres. Marcos. This touchy subject alone raised my interest because my uncle was there in People Power rally. My kin told me what happened during that time; it was kinda mess according to them.

    After reading this, I am convinced that there are hidden skeletons on that period. I said this because I know how politics works since one of my relatives are part of the government.

    If this is indeed the truth, the public deserves to know this and let the ill-gotten be distributed to us, the Filipino people and use that wealth to pay off the debt. Before doing that, there must be a proper evidence and if the case proved it is the one, the incoming gov must use it to pay the debt.

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  • August 12, 2016 at 2:50 pm
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    Why Marcos did not put this in short note and initial it so it would be credible. Or while he’s still capable of writing it, to write it down if he’s really sincere. He’s a lawyer and he knew if there’s no proof, it’s a hearsay.

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  • August 18, 2016 at 5:19 am
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    Namulatan ko ang pamamahala ni Pres. Marcos nung nasa elementary pa ako. Lahat ng mga bata sa mga pampublikong paaralan ay nakakakain ng masarap na nutribuns, nilalagyan pa nga namin ng iba ibang palaman. Namamayagpag ang mga graduates ng public schools kesa sa mga graduates ng private schools dahil ang lahat ng magagaling na guro ay naroon. Tinuruan ang mga kabataan nuon ng green revolution sa school, kaya bihira ang makikita mong mga tambay sa kalsada. Ang Masagana 99 na inilunsad para sa mga magsasaka na malaki ang itinulong sa kaunlaran ng agrikultura ng bansa. Ang curfew nung araw na naging bahagi din sa pagdidisiplina ng mga kabataan ang naging dahilan kung bakit disiplinado ang mga tao nuon, na kung ikukumpara mo sa mga kabataan ngayon ay napakalayo ng agwat sa kagandahang asal…wala kang mababalitaang rape cases na pinatay at pinagnakawan pa dahil sa droga dahil alam nila ang parusa dito ay kamatayan (firing squad)..napanood ko sa tv yung firing squad na yun.

    Ang disiplina..sa umpisa lang mahirap, ngunit kapag nakasanayan ay nagiging way of life, nagiging panuntunan sa buhay na isinasalin sa mga susunod na henerasyon, upang kung ano ang tama at nararapat, yun dapat ang matutunan upang makakaasa kang hindi mapapariwara ang buhay ng iyong tinuruan.

    Namamayagpag dati ang Pilipinas sa buong Asia, ang mga karatig bansa nuon ay pinayuhan lang ni Marcos kung ano ang magandang gawin sa kani-kanilang bansa upang umunlad din…ngayon, asan na ang Pilipinas? Iniwanan na tayo ng milya-milya ng mga bansang dati ay tinitingala tayo dahil sa ating kaunlaran.

    Sasabihin nilang kinurakot ni Marcos ang kayamanan ng Bansa, eh bakit lahat ng kasong ipinukol nila sa mga ito ay napawalang bisa? Sabi nila due process, dinaanan itong lahat ng mga kaso, me napatunayan ba sila kahit isa. Sabi ng batas “one is pressumed innocent UNTIL PROVEN guilty”, so wala silang naipanalong kaso sa mga Marcos, bakit sila kuda ng kuda na magnanakaw ang mga Marcoses? Prove it, ipakulong ninyo ang pamilyang Marcoses kung makapagpanalo kayo kahit isang kaso sa kanila.

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  • August 18, 2016 at 5:25 pm
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    In refetence to the headline, it reminds me of a song made famous by the King of Rock, Elvis. The title of the song is ” You’re a Devil in Disguise.” Befitting for Cory for her sins to the republic.

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