Massive poll cheating underway vs. Marcos PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 07 March 2016 13:29

KAKAMPI MO ANG BATAS

BY Atty. BATAS MAURICIO

LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… I will be with you; I will never leave you nor forsake you. Be strong and courageous…” (Joshua 1:5-6, the Holy Bible).

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ONE PLUS ONE ON THE CAMPAIGN VS. BONGBONG: Let’s try to put one plus one together in the on-going campaign for the May 2016 elections and see what we will come up with: if Ferdinand Marcos Jr. wins as vice president and Liberal Party’s Leni Robredo and all the other candidates for the second top position in the country lose, that would not only mean an endorsement of Marcos and all that he is supposed to represent, including his father’s martial law regime.

It would also mean a rejection of 1986 EDSA, of Cory and Noynoy Aquino, of those who sought and participated in ousting Marcos, and of all their claim to hero or patriotic status as supposed icons of democracy and freedom and better life for Filipinos who fought a dictatorship.

It would likewise unmask the truth that 1986 EDSA was not really the handiwork of the entire Filipino people but of only a treacherous few who shamelessly acted as willing pawns of a foreign power in the pursuit of self-profit and aggrandizement. This is the real reason why a bitter campaign against Bongbong Marcos is now being waged by President Aquino and his cabal.

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DEBUNKING EDSA’S CLAIMS VS. MARCOS: Indeed, Bongbong’s surges in surveys and his eventual victory as vice president would not only lay down the foundation for his becoming president in 2022, or even before that date. It would in effect mean that Filipinos have chosen to disbelieve the accusations against the Marcoses foisted upon the world by the Aquinos.

It would mean likewise that Filipinos have judged negatively the 12 years that Cory Aquino and Noynoy Aquino reigned supreme as presidents, and the 18 years of the presidents that were installed after EDSA 1986—that is, a Bongbong Marcos victory would in effect be saying that Filipinos did not benefit at all from the presidency of the two Aquinos and those who took power after them.

That would truly debunk glowing assessments of Aquino allies on supposedly  strengthened economy of the country under their, and their allies’, terms. For if Filipinos actually enjoyed some degree of economic benefit when the Aquinos and their allies were in power, they would no longer be voting for the Aquino’s political rivals, now represented by Bongbong Marcos.

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MASSIVE CHEATING UNDERWAY IN MAY POLLS VS. MARCOS: That is why I believe that massive cheating is already a done deal for the May 2016 elections. Not only does the present Aquino government despair to have a president of its anointing declared the winner to prevent Noynoy’s being jailed after he steps down; Aquino also needed to quash the candidacy of Bongbong Marcos so that the gains of EDSA, whether imagined or real, would not be thrown down the sewer drain.

I am sure that Noynoy is now having many sleepless nights on the thought that it would be during his watch as president that the once iron-grip that the Aquinos have on Philippine history—which was responsible for painting them as patriots and as conquerors of dictatorial regimes—would be loosened and ultimately lost.

Considering that more and more Filipinos have become very bitter about the failure of EDSA 1986 and of the two Aquino presidents to uplift their living conditions and give them a better life, economically, socially, and politically, with many of our countrymen even thinking that life was more tolerable under the Marcoses, the incentive to do everything to derail Bongbong’s candidacy is just too great! Are you listening, Bongbong?

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