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tanya Sep 21
We were just denied entry sa LRT 2 Katipunan going to Luneta kasi may dala kaming placard for rally later. The rationale was that baka daw sa LRT kami mag ladlad. All the more reason to fight for our rights today!
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The Philippine Star Sep 20
THREAD: Part of former first lady Imelda Marcos’ jewelry collection that could have benefited the country and the Filipino people if only the funds to acquire them were used for programs and projects, according to the Presidential Commission on Good Government.
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kae #NeverAgain #NeverForget Sep 20
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Bene Sep 20
Filipinos were NOT better off under martial law. The Marcos era was NOT the golden age of the Philippines.
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UP System Sep 20
AS Steps on the first UP Day of Remembrance
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KMP Sep 20
Today's effigy. MAD. Marcos-Arroyo-Duterte. They will burn later in Mendiola.
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Alter Araullo 🇵🇭🏳️‍🌈 Sep 20
Fight revisionism! Martial Law! Read up, revisit, & share these books: -The Conjugal Dictatorship (P. Mijares) -Marcos Martial Law: Never Again (R. Robles) -Not On Our Watch (ed. by J. Maglipon) -Tibak Rising (ed. by F. Llanes) -Reportage on the Marcoses (N. Joaquin)
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Pepe Diokno Sep 21
What really happened during Martial Law? In 1983, my lolo Jose W. Diokno narrated this documentary for the BBC. Watch and witness history for yourself.
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i argue for fun. 🧠 Sep 21
In January 22, 1987, the government of Corazon Aquino violently dispersed a farmers’ march to Malacañang Palace in protest of the lack of government action on land reform.
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Rambo Talabong Sep 20
"Sabi ng parents ko maayos sa amin noon" argument for Martial Law will never stand. Even if your family, town, or region had it good then, the remembering is NOT ABOUT YOU. It's about those who suffered, died, and never came back.
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The Fake Marian Sep 21
Dark part? My parents even say you can watch TV and news, and even roam around the streets. You can buy as many shoes as you want. You can throw lavish parties and report to authorities any one who opposes you. Those years were the best years of our lives --Imee
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Tina 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 20
This is the UP I know. Take note, Danicon.
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benign0 12h
VANDALISM pepretrated by and "activists"! 😮
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Gep Macadaeg Sep 20
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Ryan Aster Sep 21
JPE? Juan Ponce Enrile? Naaaaaaaa! It’s Juan Porgets Easily. Just Peyks Everything.
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🅰️non 🅾️pinion Sep 19
when Nathan chased Jenelle on the hwy because he wanted to go to the gym.
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Scientia Sep 20
HAPPENING NOW: Progressive youth groups from UST and FEU merge with the groups from UP Diliman at Morayta.
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Youth Act Now Against Tyranny Sep 20
Students from De La Salle University and College of Saint Benilde are preparing to march in Taft Avenue for the Sunduang Paaralan! See you, St Scholastica, UP Manila, Adamson and MADSCI contingent!
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Ryan Aster Sep 21
Pictures don’t lie, Marcos and Duterte. Not even Enrile can twist the fact that Filipino’s are rising and growing in numbers against either Marcos or Digong’s fascist regime. We are not trolls. We are not paid. This is resistance.
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Rappler Sep 21
Former Senate President Nene Pimentel called on Filipinos, particularly millennials, to fight the latest attempt to revise the history of martial law – Ferdinand Marcos Jr’s one-on-one interview with Juan Ponce Enrile.
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