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Elijah Sep 21
Marcos will never be a hero.
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Chel Diokno Sep 21
If you’ve ever experienced how unfair our justice system is, here are even more reasons to and say . A thread:
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University of the Philippines Sep 20
Once completed, it would be the first and only state-sponsored museum that officially recognizes the atrocities committed during martial law. Martial law museum to rise on UP Diliman campus:
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The Philippine Star Sep 20
Remembering the dark times of our history would help us recognize and resist the same perils that had gripped the country 48 years ago.
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Rappler Sep 20
(WARNING: The following illustrations may be graphic to some readers. Kindly view at your own discretion.) On the 48th anniversary of Martial Law declaration, let’s take a look at the many stories of torture during the Marcos regime. READ:
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𝐌𝐢𝐬𝐬 𝐊𝐫𝐢𝐳𝐳𝐲 Sep 20
13 REASONS WHY Misconceptions and the truth. A Commemoration . [A THREAD] © UPCebu USC
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Rappler Sep 20
Today, September 21, marks the 48th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law under Ferdinand Marcos.
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Aika Robredo Sep 20
Good morning. And to Martial Law.
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francine Sep 20
good morning! reminder for today: marcos is not a hero ang he will never be
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EMIL Sep 20
For the duration of Marcos' "martial rule," $10 billion were plundered, at least 3,200 persons extrajudicially killed, 3,500 tortured and more than 700 disappeared. Remember your September 21.
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Maria Ressa Sep 20
Sad - and maybe fitting - that I’m on the way to court Good morning!
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University of the Philippines Sep 20
To commemorate and honor the memory of UP's best and brightest who struggled against dictatorship and despotism, the University opens with the theme, “Dambana ng Gunita: Mga Hulagway ng Pagkamulat at Kabayanihan 1972-1986.”
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Rappler Sep 20
in 1972, then-president Ferdinand Marcos signed Proclamation No. 1081 declaring martial law in the Philippines. During this period, thousands of Filipinos were killed, tortured, and imprisoned. Corruption was also rampant.
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Rappler Sep 20
On the anniversary of Martial Law, Vice President Leni Robredo tells Filipinos to "push back" against historical revisionism and to keep on telling the truth behind the Marcos dictatorship and its abuses. | via
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Raoul Manuel Sep 20
To all student council/gov't officers: Let's remember that dictator Ferdinand Marcos abolished student councils/gov'ts all over the country. He feared the collective power of students, especially when effectively led by progressive student leaders. Let's not forget!
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Roentgen Sep 20
Lucky for your family if they never experienced the atrocities of martial law. But if you choose to turn a blind eye against these because of the infrastructure built during martial law resulting to billions of national debt, hindi ka bobo, DEMONYO KA.
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Jeff Crisostomo / Mamshie Sep 20
To be pro-Marcos is to be anti-justice, anti-accountability, anti-human rights, anti-democracy, and anti-freedom.
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Black Sheep Sep 21
Tin's speech, relevant as ever. . .
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Mong Palatino Sep 20
Are we sure Padre Damaso is fiction?
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Khim Abalos Sep 20
SPOTTED: As we commemorate the proclamation of Martial Law in the Philippines, a banner bearing the names and photos of fascists surfaced in Baguio City.
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