NY-based martial law victim sends message to Duterte

Advocacy groups in the Philippines are gearing up for a protest rally this weekend against the burial of former President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.  A martial law human rights victim in New York appeals to President Rodrigo Duterte to reconsider his decision to give a hero’s burial for the former dictator.

 

 

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  • Santiago Del Mundo
    14 August 2016 at 5:37 am - Reply

    Potri Ranka Manis….she answered her own problem as well as the big martial law problem ( how martial law evolved)…she was suspected of being a messenger for the MNLF-MILF (as well as the CPP-NPA)… She was interrogated, plain and simple…The result of that interrogation led to the capture and escaped of key MNLF-MILF leaders to foreign countries. It also led to the capture of top CPP-NPA leaders. Potri has been watching too many Filipino action movies to get ideas for her torture…

  • Santiago Del Mundo
    14 August 2016 at 6:42 am - Reply

    We THANK President Duterte for his decision to bury President Marcos at the Libingan Ng Mga Bayani! Many Filipinos out there, who’d rather be trouble maker (bitter, bleeding heart, yelloist, etc.), rather address President Marcos as dictator. What’s really worst (understatement), is that some liberal media would bring in another bitter, whiner, bleeding heart and butt hurt U.P. historian Ricardo Jose to add some lies into the issue? Maybe we do not see it that U.P. Is a radically driven system. Ricardo Jose a war historian? He said that he interviewed people proving Marcos false claims? Remember the line gathering and manipulating data? Tito Rick would interview many, many people…he’ll weed out what he does not want to hear…then he’ll tell what Karen Davila wants to HEAR! Are we tracking folks? Tito Rick was never out in the battle field but he specializes in Philippine military history specially during Japanese occupation. Ain’t that something folks? Most military historians or reporter spend a great deal of time near the front line to accurately cover what’s going on. Tito Rick criticizes Marcos during the Bataan death march…a soldier like Marcos (reserve or not) along with Philippine and American soldiers has endured harsh treatment by the Japanese soldiers! If in the view of a Japanese soldier, you cannot make, he’ll either shoot or bayonet you without remorse. Marcos met General Douglas McArthur on the battle field….It is inherent to battle commanders to show up in battlefields…that’s a fact….I don’t see how anyone that is never a soldier can accurately write history…there’s a lot of non-military historians out there but they spent time with the troops atleast on or near the battle field. Marcos was imprisoned during the war? Because he was a soldier, when or where was the court martial held? But you see, Ricardo Jose will flash you bits and pieces of information for a second…remember the gathering and manipulation of information…

  • Santiago Del Mundo
    14 August 2016 at 7:26 am - Reply

    We THANK President Duterte for his decision to bury President Marcos at the Libingan Ng Mga Bayani! Many Filipinos out there, who’d rather be trouble maker (bitter, bleeding heart, yelloist, etc.), rather address President Marcos as dictator. What’s really worst (understatement), is that some liberal media would bring in another bitter, whiner, bleeding heart and butt hurt U.P. historian Ricardo Jose to add some lies into the issue? Maybe we do not see it that U.P. Is a radically driven system. Ricardo Jose a war historian? He said that he interviewed people proving Marcos false claims? Remember the line gathering and manipulating data? Tito Rick would interview many, many people…he’ll weed out what he does not want to hear…then he’ll tell what Karen Davila wants to HEAR! Are we tracking folks? Tito Rick was never out in the battle field but he specializes in Philippine military history specially during Japanese occupation. Ain’t that something folks? Most military historians or reporter spend a great deal of time near the front line to accurately cover what’s going on. Tito Rick criticizes Marcos during the Bataan death march…a soldier like Marcos (reserve or not) along with Philippine and American soldiers has endured harsh treatment by the Japanese soldiers! If in the view of a Japanese soldier, you cannot make, he’ll either shoot or bayonet you without remorse. Marcos met General Douglas McArthur on the battle field….It is inherent to battle commanders to show up in battlefields…that’s a fact….I don’t see how anyone that is never a soldier can accurately write history…there’s a lot of non-military historians out there but they spent time with the troops atleast on or near the battle field. Marcos was imprisoned during the war? Because he was a soldier, when or where was the court martial held? But you see, Ricardo Jose will flash you bits and pieces of information for a second to make it look real…remember the gathering and manipulation of information…Marcos claimed for medals several times? Any member of the military, except discharged, in this case not, can (including Marcos), claim for medals or awards. If you were in the area of operations such as the Bataan Death March, you bet you can claim for medals. Do not let some self righteous historians whose hiding behind the bushes or desk tell you that your claims are fake. Just take a look at Ricardo Jose when he’s talking in front of the camera….he’s looking down to the ground to the left…not straight to the camera…Not everyone, even historians, can just access military history records…specially for personal reasons that you can manipulate its contents to serve the few…

  • Santiago Del Mundo
    5 September 2016 at 7:55 am - Reply

    I could say I am not the kind of person who gets easily lisled by others specially when their statements could not be verified. This is not to call anyone a liar, but this to clarify if not establish/re-establish facts. According to Tiglao (2015), the Philippines Liberal and Communist Party provoked martial law!

    President Marcos at the time campaigned to make the Philippines great that he will fight to get Sabah back, with permission from the Sultanate of Sulu. The Liberal Party led by Ninoy Aquino, you do not need to look further…Tito Ninoy’s self righteous -ambitious ingeniousity has led into unfounded and fruitless “JABIDAH” investigations. Accusing the Marcos government of training Muslims to go against their own in Sabah? Tito Ninoy’s blunt sensationalism resulted into congressional inquiry of almost the whole AFP. Philippines Congress found nothing. However, Mustapha, the ruling party in Sabah at the time has learned of Tito Ninoys highly controversial accusations. Sabah moved away from any attempt by the Philippine government to negotiate. In retaliation to the controversy, the evolution of the Moro National Liberation Front came to light…

    Tiglao added that the slick stunt pulled by Ninoy Aquino in bombing Plaza Miranda could not be traced back to Marcos. Ilarde, the only running Conressman at the time debunked allegations of having ordered the bombing, he is not dumbed to order such thing where Marcos knew he will get blamed for it.

    How about that U.P. radical-Mao Zedong communist “lover” Jose Maria Sison? What do you think this big mouse doing? Let’s dance Tita Potri…he was pretty occupied coordinating shipment of high powered arms and communications equipment from China. He even sent his team to China to get some help for the CPP-NPA. According to Malay (2012), the first shipment of arms arrived at the CPP-NPA enclave in Isabela. The Philippine Navy found out and foiled this operation, fire fight broke off, the CPP-NPA was only able to off load about 200 riples, contrary to the planned 1500? Another shipment was enroute using MV Andrea, loaded with more weapons and high tech equipment. The tragic fate of this vessel has led to its sinking, hence MV Karagatan. Additionally, China also sent financial assistance to the CPP-NPA, two (2) $75,000 transactions. The second transaction was intercepted when a anti-Marcos activist Delia San Juan in the the U.S. picked up the money at the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa, then crossing the Niagara Falls border.

    According to Dacanay (2012), Victor Corpuz, an AFP-CPP-NPA cross-dresser confirmed China’s shipment of arms and equipment to the CPP-NPA. He remembered the area where a firefight with the AFP took place as well as hiding with the Dumagats in Isabela. Corpus cited that the Philippines would have been in another form of government should the shipment succeeded.

    Filipinos, FilAms and alike has been betrayed with a myriad of never ending lies by the media (Tiglao, 2015), (Malay, 2012), (Dacanay, 2012). When Fernando Lopes, ex-vice president broke off with Marcos, he conspired with Manila Bulletin and portray Marcos as corrupt. Have you ever wonder why TV Patrol or Balitang America is anti-Marcos, that is a flat explanation why? Liberal media is what gave people wrong information, then people made wrong decisions out of that, it’s a daily thing in the Philippines…

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