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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:33 pm 
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Rodrigo Roxas III wrote:
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Eto mang bugoy.

On sept 21, 1972 Ramon Magsaysay's successor declared martial law. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


si diosdado ang presidente na sinundan nyan...

ahihihihihih



Oo nga pala tsuri ahihihi eniwey iwasan daw banggitin si apo. Di p kase pinapanganak nyan eh :lol:

e di palitan ng SALOT...

acceptable na ko dyan...

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:39 pm 
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Nakakabobo talaga maging fans ni Dutae. research-reseach din muna kung ano ang mandato ng CHR. Hindi lahat ng krimen ay puedeng sumawsaw ang CHR. Amp.


katulad ng Hacienda Luisita "incident" hindi pueding makialam ang gobyerno dun...

but come to think of it... hanggang ngyon, palipad hangin pa rin ung distribution ng benipisyo para sa mga biktima ng martial law...

aw... meron na pla... 350 katao na ang nakinabang sa unang bugso ng benipisyo... meron pang 3650... dami pa lang "buhay" na biktima ng martial law ano???

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:47 pm 
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Rodrigo Roxas III wrote:
The scenarios of martial law would not happen without those actors, they are intertwined and interconnected therefore the significance is equally the same, you cannot differentiate one from the other.



It cannot be denied that ML during Marcos era has resulted to some atrocities...
But building a museum if mainly just for ML during Marcos era is purely political in purpose rather than education per CHR mandate.
Remember, the number of actual human rights atrocities that had happened during ML in Marcos era is highly debatable... and stories vary depending on which side of the fence you're on.

Last election, there were about 16m registered voters on the Marcos side of fence.



Wehehehehe
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:51 pm 
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bugoyparin wrote:
spooonfeed daw... ni hindi ka nga nakapagbigay ng kahit isang fact dito...

ahihihihihihihihi

napakasimple lang nyan... martial law is political...

objective?

sino ang main players dyan sa martial law na yan...

huwag mong sabihing HINDI SI MARCOS SALOT...

ahihihihihihihi



let the martial law victim ang magprovide ng information dyan...

sila yung biktima...

sila yung first hand na naka experience ng ML HR violation...

at hindi mo mapipigilan na ang mga hintuturo ng mga nyan...

nakaturo lahat kay MARCOS SALOT...

ahihihihihihihi




Which victims? The 10k or the 15k or 20k list?
There were atrocities and victims, yes... but there were fake stories too.

If museum project is more political in nature than educational... then can be out of CHR mandate.




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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:56 pm 
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Pinoy758 wrote:
Rodrigo Roxas III wrote:
The scenarios of martial law would not happen without those actors, they are intertwined and interconnected therefore the significance is equally the same, you cannot differentiate one from the other.



It cannot be denied that ML during Marcos era has resulted to some atrocities...
But building a museum if mainly just for ML during Marcos era is purely political in purpose rather than education per CHR mandate.
Remember, the number of actual human rights atrocities that had happened during ML in Marcos era is highly debatable... and stories vary depending on which side of the fence you're on.

Last election, there were about 16m registered voters on the Marcos side of fence.



Wehehehehe
:lol: :lol: :lol:



Martial Law and it's actors cannot be separated, it should be in one and the same sentence. Educating about the atrocities of martial law is only about the Marcos era, meron pa bang ibang administration in the past na may martial law bukod kay marcos.

If and when Pduts version would commit atrocities against the citizenry, it will and must be included in the museum too.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:58 pm 
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pinay123 shungak! naka ilang martial law na ba sa pinas? ilan? at sino sino nag declare na mga presidente? salot na makoy...gma..katay digong.... sino pa? ..panahon pa ng kastilaloy at nina bonifacio...etc, syempre ang pinaka bida dyan ay yung idol mong magnanakaw mandarambong at mandurugas

napaka bobo talga...nasa siko ang utak hahahaha


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:59 pm 
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which side you're on daw.....hahahah unggoy na pag iisip yan hahahahhaha :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 4:11 pm 
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Sorry I ommitted gma version, ilang araw ba yun were there reported and recorded huma rights violations, if there were. It should and must be highlighted in the museum too, no exceptions.

Iniiwas pa kasi, and what about the voters numbers? It was very irrelevant, kahit mag 20 million pa kayo.. It would and will never change history.

Mema lang?


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Pinoy758 wrote:
Rodrigo Roxas III wrote:
The scenarios of martial law would not happen without those actors, they are intertwined and interconnected therefore the significance is equally the same, you cannot differentiate one from the other.



It cannot be denied that ML during Marcos era has resulted to some atrocities...
But building a museum if mainly just for ML during Marcos era is purely political in purpose rather than education per CHR mandate.
Remember, the number of actual human rights atrocities that had happened during ML in Marcos era is highly debatable... and stories vary depending on which side of the fence you're on.

Last election, there were about 16m registered voters on the Marcos side of fence.



Wehehehehe
:lol: :lol: :lol:

``Don't worry about that ML museum. After that...,,

There will also be a Duterdte HR Museum for those victimized in his administration.

''o' ayan..., hapi ka na ba nyaan..?

:biglaugh: '''

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 4:17 pm 
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Di pa nga naitatayo at wala pang displays, umiiyak na agad, maygad. :lol: :lol:


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Hindi naman nang-abuso ang ML ni Apo Macoy...
Yung mga nawawalang nagwelga, malay natin kung nagtanan sila or ayaw na magpakita dahil may utang? :lol:
Yung mga namatay naman, baka nag suicide? :lol: :lol:

Mabait ang martial law ni Macoy, actually...
Malayo sa Martial Law nina Gloria at Digong... :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 4:55 pm 
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Pinoy758 wrote:
Rodrigo Roxas III wrote:
The scenarios of martial law would not happen without those actors, they are intertwined and interconnected therefore the significance is equally the same, you cannot differentiate one from the other.



It cannot be denied that ML during Marcos era has resulted to some atrocities...
But building a museum if mainly just for ML during Marcos era is purely political in purpose rather than education per CHR mandate.
Remember, the number of actual human rights atrocities that had happened during ML in Marcos era is highly debatable... and stories vary depending on which side of the fence you're on.

Last election, there were about 16m registered voters on the Marcos side of fence.

Wehehehehe
:lol: :lol: :lol:


kita mo itong mokong na revisionist na ito... 16M daw... nanguha ka pa ng boto sa iba ha...

Quote:
Maria Leonor Robredo - 14,023,093

Ferdinand Marcos Jr - 13,803,966


ayan nakahilight at ikaw mismo ang pinatatatamaan ng post mo...
ang hilig hilig mangomento about fact... wala ka pa talagang naipakitang FACT...

imFACTo ka... <-- pahiram don robert...

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 5:01 pm 
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Pinoy758 wrote:
bugoyparin wrote:
spooonfeed daw... ni hindi ka nga nakapagbigay ng kahit isang fact dito...

ahihihihihihihihi

napakasimple lang nyan... martial law is political...

objective?

sino ang main players dyan sa martial law na yan...

huwag mong sabihing HINDI SI MARCOS SALOT...

ahihihihihihihi



let the martial law victim ang magprovide ng information dyan...

sila yung biktima...

sila yung first hand na naka experience ng ML HR violation...

at hindi mo mapipigilan na ang mga hintuturo ng mga nyan...

nakaturo lahat kay MARCOS SALOT...

ahihihihihihihi




Which victims? The 10k or the 15k or 20k list?
There were atrocities and victims, yes... but there were fake stories too.

If museum project is more political in nature than educational... then can be out of CHR mandate.




Wehehehehe
:lol: :lol: :lol:


ayan, umamin din na may atrocities at victims...

pero ang gusto konte lang....

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 5:24 pm 
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ayan supalpal ang bugok na loyalista... hahahahah di kasi muna nag iisip bago magtatalak...ay oo nga pala... bobo nga pala kaya kahit ano na lang masabi...MEMA lang..hahahahha


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 5:28 pm 
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tuloy na ang Martil Law Museum...

aminado na yung loyalista na merong atrocities and victims...

syempre kung may biktima... may nambiktima...

alangan namang itago natin ang pangalan nun...

paano kung umulit uli...

kaya dapat talaga yung pangalan ng salot nandon...

ahihihihihihi


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