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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Repost: Imee Marcos: Please Forgive My Pa

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Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos pled forgiveness for the “sins” of her father, the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos, at the end of a three-day celebration of his 99th birthday in Batac City on Sunday.

“Whatever sins my father committed—he was, after all, human who made mistakes—I hope people absolve him. I hope that beyond all these issues, they would find mercy because in forgiving my father, their anger would be sated and they too would find peace,” Imee said in Filipino.

She said the family had been hurt by the outrage triggered by the plan to bury Marcos at Libingan ng mga Bayani in Taguig City. The plan was stopped by the Supreme Court, which is hearing arguments on whether Marcos deserves to be buried at the heroes’ cemetery.

Imee thanked the people who supported the Marcos family all these years. “If not for you, the family would have broken down. We draw our strength, our stability and our love from you all,” she said.

She described her father as a “simple member of the community who loved the Ilocano dish dinengdeng (vegetable stew), a man who loved to dance the tango, and a father who was indulgent, patient and always joking around.”

“He belonged to the best times of gentleman-politicians. We are thankful for his teaching presidency,” said Marcos’ nephew, Ilocos Norte Vice Gov. Eugenio Angelo Marcos Barba.

“When I asked mom (Fortuna, Marcos’ youngest sister) what was her most unforgettable experience with Uncle Andy (Marcos), she recalled that when she needed to be in Manila after the war, her brother came rushing to her and accompanied her from Sarrat (town) to Manila. Going to Manila that time was very difficult,” Barba said.

116 comments:

  1. Kakasuka si Ms. Lacson

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    1. Ayaw naman isolinang ill-gotten wealth

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    2. Up to now they still enjoy the ill-gotten wealth. Dun pa lang panu m maforgive? Eh mern pa madami martial law victims!

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    3. 9:28 korek. Papasasa until now tapos papatawarin. Heller!

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    4. Anong mga ill gotten wealth? Eh dba c Cory gumawa ng agency na PCGG? D ba kinuha nila lahat? Bat d rin tanungin ung mga taga PCGG?? Nagkakalimutan na ata tau! Ung mga victims ng mendiola massacre, hacienda luisita? Etc parangnatatabunan na ata. And FYI kahit d nyo aminin c Marcos ang pinaka magali g na naging presidente ng bansa! An daming nagawa para sa atin. After nya cno ang naka tapat sa mga nagawa nya? Martial
      Law baby ako ang mga tao pag sasapit na ang alas sais nag uuwian na sa bahay, nagkaroonng disiplina sa panahon nya!

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    5. wag din natin kalimutan ang hacienda luisita..hanggang ngayon wala pa rin silang nakukuhang hustisya..andami din kayang namatay dun..nakalimutan na sila

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  2. forgivesness maybe but it's so hard to forget especially when your love one was taken during martial law and until now hindi mo alam kung patay or buhay pa

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  3. madaling magpatawad pero makalimot hindi.

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  4. Marcos never really paid for all his sins against the Filipino people. Tapos ang kakapal naman ng mukha ng pamilya niya para ipilit na ilibing siya sa LNMB. Mabuti nga pumayag pa tayong iuwi ang mga labi niya mula Hawaii. Malaking insulto sa natitirang dignidad natin ang ilibing siya sa LNMB.

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    1. Ask the aquinos bakit hindi nila natungtunan ng pansin yon compensation para sa family ng biktima, diba willing naman ang marcos magbayad. Ano pang justice hinahanap nila patay na yon tao. At kung pinuputok ng buchi yon libingan para sa bayani, aba hindi lahat nakalibing doon ay heroes, nakapatay din sila ng tao, kapwa filipino. Kaya walang mga inosente or santo nakalibing doon.

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    2. 2:31, yung magnitude ng kasalanan ng mga Marcoses sa Filipinos is not comparable sa mga sinasabi mong hindi santo na nakalibing sa Libingan ng mga Bayani.

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    3. 2:31 willing silang magbayad at alam mo b kung san kukunin compensation? Offer yan dati ni Imelda di b alam mo b bakit tumanggi govt? Kasi kukunin yung pambayad sa na recover ng PCGG na nakaw n yaman ng mga Marcoses. In short pera ng taumbayan pambabayad or igigisa ulit mga Filipino sa sarili nilang mantika.

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    4. Ihiwalay nalang kasi ang libingan ng bayani at gumawa ng libingan ng mga pangulo para wala ng issue..

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    5. Style nila bulok. Humihingi ng tawad para lumambot ang puso ng mga Pilipino. Para wala na masyadong magreklamo sa plano nilang ipalibing sa LNMB ang diktador na Marcos.

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  5. I know it might sound insensitive but other Filipinos doesn't know FORGIVENESS. Wala yung iba nun kaya wala kayo magagawa dun.

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    1. put yourself in the shoes of the martial law victims only then you'll understand why it's not easy for them to forgive.

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    2. 12:56 yes you are insensitive

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    3. Forgiveness must be unconditional, forgive with all your heart,all your mind. But if others cannot forgive, its their load, not us, nor yours, nor mine. One this sure, only God, who is so Divine, knows what is wrong and what's not wrong. Somethings on earch may be wrong to us ,but in God's Divine eyes, it must be different. For we are humans, and God is Divine, We commit errors and God is perfect. For our imperfections, we ask forgiveness.

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    4. Youre right you are insensitve. My mga bagay tlg na mahirap patawarin. Npkraming tao naapektuhan ng martial law. Mrami pinapatay, tinortured at pano na mga ninakaw nila na reason kaya 3rd world country tayo ngayon. Number 2 tayo s Asia nung umupo c Marcos pag alis nya ayon basket case n tayo ng Asia at baon sa utang.

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    5. We are all not a saint and we're all sinners so who are we to condemn, not to forgive - ask yourselves din kung kayo nagkamali hindi kayo mapatawad what would you feel? Perfect kasi kayo at mga anak ng niyos talaga.

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    6. 12:56 forgiveness is applicable but the victims deserve JUSTICE and the moment the marcos's wanted to bury their father in "libingan ng mga BAYANI" ay isang malaking kagagohan.

      Now, tell me do they deserve forgiveness with their actions?

      No, definitely no.

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    7. Forgiveness comes when the sinner 1. Asks for forgiveness and 2. Repents.

      Yung repentance part, wala akong nakikita niyan sa mga Marcos. They still live lavish lifestyles using OUR money and pretend as if Marcos heralded the golden era of the Philippines. Like no one got hurt, got tortured or killed. Mga ulupong sila! Dapat sa Ilocos na lang nila ilibing ang mga labi nyan, at yun ang usapan nila kaya sila nakauwi!

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    8. 1:44 yes we're all sinners but at least i can proudly say na di ako ngpa torture at ngpahirap sa mga kapwa ko Filipino. Di rin ako nagnakaw ng bilyon- bilyong dolyar. Kung npkarami kong ngawang msama then i dont expect na mpptawad ako ng mga tao. Kung pinatay ko ba family mo at ninakawan kita mpptwad mo ko? At wag na idamay ang Diyos please. Kung yan ang belief mo di mo dapat impose yan sa ibang tao at my kanya kanya tayong experience regarding martial law.

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    9. Kung ang Diyos nga nag papatawad sino ba naman tayo para hindi mag patawad?

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    10. Have the Marcoses ever apologized or acknowledged their their misdoings?

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  6. by saying this, is it sort of admitting that her father commit a lot of crime during martial law?

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    1. Passive aggressive. Yes she is admitting, but she said "Whatever sins my father commited..." so di nya inaacknowledge the things he had done but acknowledging that he had done bad things.

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    2. common knowledge nmn ang atrocities na ginawa ni marcos nung panahon ng martial law. pilit lang binubura ng mga history revisionists

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  7. kung ako sa marcoses wag na nila ipagpilitan ung sa libingan ng bayani kahit na it's for heroes, presidents. etc. it's still a cemetery dun na lang sa kanila sa ilocos sa tatay niya.

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  8. Indulgent nga siya. Kinurakot niya nga pondo ng bayan. Biruin mo ilang bilyong dolyares kaya Im sure meron pang natitira sa inyo. Kaya hanggang ngayon afford ang lavish lifestyle. Ibalik niyo lahat ng ninakaw niyo at baka mapatawad

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  9. tigil tigilan mo nga ako aimee sa drama mo.ibalik nyo ninakaw nyo sa pilipinas.

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  10. Ngayon pwede ba pakibalik na ninakaw ng family mo n billions of dollars na nagpahirap sa Pilipinas. At hanggang ngayon pinapakinabangan nyo.

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  11. eh kasi naman, nananahimik na mga tao, biglang magkakaron ng announcement na ililibing sa Libingan ng mga BAYANI. Ginusto ng pamilya nio yan. Bakit hindi na lang kasi pumirmi sa ilocos kung saan beloved ang angkan nio?

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  12. ganun na lang po ba yun? forgive and forget?

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  13. Forgiveness?! Eh wala ngang admittance ng crime.

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  14. Ayan eh di aminadong may kasalanan ang tatay nila!

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  15. Return the money first.

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  16. Forgive yes, Forget , definitely not ! HONORED? NO!

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  17. Without forgiveness walang moving on. Stuck lagi sa edsa mentality. Tsaka yang stolen wealth na yan who knows kung sa kanila nga napunta lahat ng nakaw. Madali naman kasi magsabi na ninakaw na lahat ni marcos para tapos na usapan pero maramingnakinabang sa mga "stolen wealth" na yan. Maaaring may nakulimbat ang ibang mga tiwali noon tas saaabihin kinuha ng marcos para tapos ang usapan. We forgive but never forget para makausad na ang bansa natin. Walang pula o puti, walang dilaw o marcos, walang dutertards vs the world. Tayo din makikinabang kung magpapatawad at magmomove forward tayo. jews nga nakamove on na kay hitler e. Pero hindi sila nakakalimot but they pull themselves up together bakit tayo hindi?

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    1. Wow hanep ng reasoning mo.ikaw kaya ninakawan,at pinagsamantalahan kagaya ng ating bayan ok lang to move on?Look past yourself and put yourself on other shoes.Now we have history repeating itself with suspected addicts or pushers just killed without proper justice.Think about it,life didn't put you in a situation wherein you have to be a victim of marcos' injustices or this present administration's ejk's.Doon pa lang magpasalamat ka na Hindi ka nalagay ng tadhana sa sitwasyon Nila!Ang saya pa rin ng buhay Nila sa luho,paano yung mga biktima?

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  18. Ano ba ang hinihingi niya ng forgiveness? Kelangan nilang i acknowledge ang mga pagkakamali, ano ano ba yun? Ngayon pagkatapos i acknowledge ang mga pagkakamali, meron dapat na retribution on their part, so gusto kong marinig yun sa kanila.

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    1. teh ung mga issue sa kanila ay hindi pa napapatunayan hanggat hindi sila mahatulang guilty sa mga bagay na binibintang sa kanila at mananatili lang syang alegasyon.so maybe someday kapag napatunayan ng korte ang mga iyon siguro iyon ang time na humingi sila ng tawad. but then kung iisipin kapag humingin sila ng tawad ngayon sa mga bagay na binibintang sa kanila edi para sinabi nila totoo yun so anu pa sila ng korte?

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    2. Eh ano ang hinihingi nila ng tawad kung sa tingin nila wala silang pagkakamali, kaloka ha!

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    3. 2:46 napatunayan na po. Di lang sa Pilipinas pati sa ibang bansa.

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  19. Talk to the "isle".

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  20. The filipinos are waiting for you to give back the money that your family has taken, then maybe we can learn to forgive. If we have not resolve the conflict, how can we be able to forgive?

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  21. Return all the stolen money first.

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    1. Tawagan natin pati mga kastila amerikano at hapon para isoli nila lahat ng nakulimbat nila now na!

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    2. Mas grabe ang dinanas nating sa kamay ng hapon. Pero ok lang nakapagmove on na tayo. Pero unfair pa rin visa free sila pagbumibisita sa pinas pero tayo kailangan pang magapply.

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    3. 11:18 oo nga agree ako, napaplastican nga ako diyan sa japan, hindi naman nila tinatanggal yung visa sa atin, kainis lang.

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    4. @11:18 err. privilege po yan ng mga 1st world countries.

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    5. @12:49 hindi lang naman 1st world countries ang nasa list, halos ata lahat visa free for 30 days or maybe less. Masyado tayong open sa ibang country, pag sa kanila pahirapan sa pagapprove. Sa bagay para sa mga privileged lang din ang patravel travel.

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    6. Bakit visa pinaguusapan, icompare natin ang martial law vs japanese kastila and american regime bakit sila napatawad at winewelcome sa bansa? O walang masabi? See pinatawad natin sila pero alam natin sa puso natin ang mga nagawa nilang masama pero maganda na relations natin sa kanila. Why not sa sarili nating kababayan? Hallooo? Anong mentality?

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  22. No way. They never repented. They never acknowledged wrongdoings. They never returned the money. They never went to jail.

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  23. Ayan na. Nag ask na ng forgiveness tapos ngayon Never, No, Nada. Haha! Super Ironic. Sige baonin nyo sa libingan nyo yang galit nyo sa Marcoses. In the end there will never be forgiveness. Echos lang yan.

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  24. Kung ang Dyos nga marun0ng magpatawad bakit ndi magawa gawa ng mga ta0 esp sa mga naging biktima ng martial law?


    #toforgiveistoforget

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    1. 2:43 AM Are you sure pinatawad si Marcos? Are you sure he is HEAVEN? #NeverForget # NeverAgain

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    2. 2:43 forgiveness? Yes, kayang-kaya pero sana naman wag nilang bastusin ang mga biktima ng martial law at ang kanilang mga pamilya. Wag nang ipilit ng mga marcos na ilibing ang tatay nila sa libingan ng mga bayani dahil helloooo ang daming namatay, tinorture, ni rape sa panahon ng martial law.

      Forgive but never forget

      Kung ang mga drug pushers nga at iba pang nagkakasala ay nakukulong, ganun din yan sa mga marcos, kailangan nilang pagbayaran yun. At sana ibalik nila ang pera ng Pilipinas, dun people will forgive them

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    3. The idea that you pay your sins after death is PAGAN. The wages sin pays is death... meaning when you die, that's already the payment - Romans 6:23

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    4. I agree that Japan had tortured the Filipinos. But every year, they join us to celebrate our freedom and show remorse and repentance. Eh si Marcos? Never sya umamin at kahit aminin nya this should not be his gate pass to LNMB! We do not and should not allow a dictator be burried alongside with true heroes! Please lang.

      And those telling us to move on, how can we move on if even to this date they try to rewrite history, deny hos wrong doings. It only opened wounds. Adding salt to wound ika nga. Insulto yan sa mga taong up to now have not gotten the justice they deserve.

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    5. That's the point. Martial Law victims were no saint nor God, kaya mahirap magpatawad. If there will be forgiveness, don't humiliate the ML victims by burying FM sa LNMB.

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  25. Masyadong Mga epal yang anti Marcos na yan! Karamihan Sa Mga yan nakiki-ride on na Lang!

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    1. Ikaw maepal dyan.

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    2. baka naman ikaw ang epal

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    3. Totoo yan, yung iba nga di pa ata pinapanganak noong time na yan pero ang eepal. Mema lang talaga.

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    4. You dont have to live during the Martial Law para malaman na umabyso sila ng kapangyarihan. Following that reasoning, epal ka din kung di ka buhay that time and yet himud ka sa nabubulok nyang katawan. Or should i say wax figure.

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    5. 12:34 yun na nga eh! Dipa pinapanganak may utang na! Granted naging magulo sa pamumuno ng ibang presidente, pero nagsinulang nalugmok ang pilipinas dahil kay marcos - bulag, pipi at bingi! yang imee nga na yan pina torture yung lalaking gusto nia na may gusto sa iba, yun lang dahilan ah pero torture agad! hayyy!

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  26. Forgiven! Everyone makes mistakes and everyone deserves to be forgiven.

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  27. Kahit ang Diyos e nagbibigay ng kapatawaran dun sa mga buong-kusang aamin ng kasalanan at hihingi ng tawad... Hindi ito tahasang pag-amin at paghingi ng tawad, Imee and family. Don't us.

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  28. No. What happened was a lesson learned.

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  29. No. What happened was a lesson learned.

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  30. It's written in the pages of world history that Marcos is in the league of Idi Amin and Hitler so, how can you forgive a despotic leader like him?!

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  31. how could we forget those who never acknowledged what they have done, never repented, no remorse at all? wow...parang twenty pesos lang ang ninakaw sa bayan at parang nagpakulong lang at di nag torture. OO MAHIRAP KALIMUTAN!

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  32. how could we forget those who never acknowledged what they have done, never repented, no remorse at all? wow...parang twenty pesos lang ang ninakaw sa bayan at parang nagpakulong lang at di nag torture. OO MAHIRAP KALIMUTAN!

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    1. Ano ba yan sunod sunod comment mo isa isa lang puede

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  33. how could we FORGIVE those who never acknowledged what they have done, never repented, no remorse at all? wow...parang twenty pesos lang ang ninakaw sa bayan at parang nagpakulong lang at di nag torture. OO MAHIRAP KALIMUTAN!

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  34. how could we FORGIVE those who never acknowledged what they have done, never repented, no remorse at all? wow...parang twenty pesos lang ang ninakaw sa bayan at parang nagpakulong lang at di nag torture. OO MAHIRAP KALIMUTAN!

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  35. No, and just bury your father in Ilocos as per agreement. He, does not deserve a hero's burial at all.

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  36. Ibalik muna nila yung $10 BILLION na ninakaw nila, then perhaps, there will be forgiveness. Yung mga millennials na di nakaranas ng martial law regime do not have the right to comment. They don't know shit on what happened during that time. Kung naexperienced nila na mabomba ng bombero at mapalo ng batuta ng mga pulis habang nagpoprotesta, wala silang karapatang magsabi na dapat move on na. Mga morons sila! Katulad ng mga dutertards na mga idiotic!

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    1. relax lang. nangdamay kapa talaga LOL

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  37. wow mga yellowtards nmn tlg oww cge n keo n namartial law victim hndi nyo b natanung kung bakit at ung iba hndi kc ang titigas ng mga muka nyo nung panahon n marcos un lng un goodluck s inyo hangang s kamatayan nyo hndi nyo kyang mgpatawad..ibaon nyo s hukay ang pride nyo

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  38. This is why the Philippones does not progress. Move on people. True, the Martial Law years are painfully etched in everyone's memory. But it is now 2016. Now, what?

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    1. Korek wag isisi lahat kay marcos haller si ninoy nga komunista eh sila ang magulo nung time na yon

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    2. Lol! Tama! wag lahat, i give you that. But the fact that he was at fault is enough not to bury him at the LNMB. i assume, those that can be attributes to him were torture, abuse of power and corruption. So tama ka wag lahat but these weong doings do not deserve a hero's burial!!!

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    3. Yung presedente mo di pa naka naka move on from 100 years ago. Paano yan magdadala ng progress eh haggang ASEAN nagdala ng sama ng loob at pictures. Kayo muna gumawa ng sinasabi nyo bago kayo mag demand sa martial law victims.

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  39. Return sll the money first. yan ang apology.

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  40. Return all the money first. yan ang apology.

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  41. And this is what history books taught us... hatred. Duterte and Marcos will have the same fate. Duterte will soon be remembered as the President who killed thousands of Filipinos. That will be written in history. The next generation will never know that it was all because of Duterte's war on drugs. Just like FEM's war on terrorism. The leftists, terrorists and drug pushers are considered victims... Or shall we call them heroes as well?

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  42. balik nyo muna ninakaw nyo tas tsaka tayo magusap.

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  43. Kung talagang mahal niyo ang bayan, hindi niyo ilalaban na malibing pa sa LNMB yung ama niyo which is causing to divide this nation and wasting further government resources. There can be no forgiveness if there is no admission and atonement. Ilang dekada pa babayaran ng mamamayang Pilipino ang mga utang at kinurakot na yaman. So please spare us with your patronizing speeches.

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  44. sorry not sorry. it's a NO.

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  45. Ambigat sa shoulders mag hold on sa feelings of hatred and anger. I forgive Marcos not for his sake but moreso for mine. I want my soul to feel lighter. Si Lord na bahala sa kanya.

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    1. Okey let us forgive him pero bawal pa rin ilibing sa LNMB

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  46. Anong forgive? Di puede. Si digong nga decades na yung kaso ng kano at filipinos hindi pa pinapatawad e.

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    1. Yeah! I agree with you. Funny how these people tell the victims to move on when they, themselves cannot move on from the 1906 moro killings. Selective application of principle...only whe it is convenient. Huhuhuh

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  47. Ipinanganak kaming walang kamuwang-muwang na may utang pala kami. At dahil yon sa pamilya nyo. Mahiya naman kayo.

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  48. Basta ba you publicly apologize to the victims of the Martial law, resturn the ill-gotten wealth, and probably resurrect all those who were killed.

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    1. Superlike! Ang dami nilang sinirang buhay tapos sorry lang?

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    2. At hindi naman sila umamin sa ginawa nila at hindi rin nila binalik ang pera. Kaya nadiskaril ang pag-asenso ng bansa natin dahil sa korapsyon sa ilalim ng pamilya nila. #neveragain

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  49. Pls soli nyo muna kayamanan ng bayan!

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  50. Oa nyo maraming kabulastugan din naman gunawa mga martial law victims na yan

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    1. Get your facts straight. Maraming inosente ang nadamay sa hunger for power and greed ng mga Marcoses.

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    2. kung ang standard para maging martial law victim is may ginawang kabalastugan eh d sana naubos yang mga marcos. mga sutil yan habang presidente ang tatay, lol

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  51. ang dami naman hypocrites dito. lakas makapag judge. kawawang pinoy. hanggang sa pagtanda, dala ang galit kay marcos. kung makapag judge kayo, as if you personally know the marcoses. lahat naman ng alam niyo eh mula sa mga biased media and books. hindi lang si marcos ang may kasalanan nun martial law, at yun mga sinasabing niyong innocent victims eh hindi naman sila lahat talaga mga inosente. at paano naman idedepensa ni marcos sarili niya, he wanted to face all the allegations against him but aquino did not give him that chance. so asan ang due process?! ang isang malaking tanong, bakit ba hanggang ngayon di pa sila nakakulong kung talagang guilty sila?!

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  52. tama na din yan humingi sila ng forgiveness, pero nasa tao na yan kung kusa nilang ibibigay. ang mahalaga, nakapag hingi sila ng tawad, whether totoo man o hindi ang mga allegations, sa mga taong ayaw magpatawad, dalhin niyo yan hanggang sa kamatayan niyo.

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  53. Didn`t we forgive them? It is not enough? Nakabalik na sila Pilipinas at pulitika. People will keep digging the past if Marcoses don`t put to rest the issue about Marcos Sr. burial. It`s the consequences. If they truly respect and love the people of Philippines. The Marcoses should set aside. Yet, they sound denial? They can be forgiven, but will people TRUST Marcoses again?

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  54. Just bury your Pa in your hometown where people hail you as heroes. End of the story.

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    1. True. Kung may delicadeza sila hindi nila pagigiitan na malibing sa LNMB. Pero talagang kahit magwatak watak na yung bansa sa topic na yan talagang hindi nila igi give up. Mahiya naman kayo kahit konti.

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  55. Binaon ng tatay mo sa hirap ang Pilipinas!

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