The Philippines : Just who destroyed this prosperous place? President Marcos or United States? : A deep look into a once propserous nation : Strickened by Western Dogma and Bullets : When will the Philippines be what it should be : Thriving and prosperous :


 When you look into the law of the Philippines You see a carbon copy of the United States Law
Which in any ones language is BAR Law from The European Royal Families :
A special Thanks To Lucy Talavera from the Philippines and living in Beirut,
who brought this article to my attention.
Yet another sorry tale of Western Rule of the Bullet. 
All money from the Philippines Central Bank feeds The Rothschilds as the country prostitutes itself on Western forced soda and fast foods: as it basques in health foods galore, ignored by the dumbed down populace:
Wake your self up Philippines You have been westernized and stolen from:
THE PHILIPPINES (A FOOLED NATION)
By: Bryan

I’m actually studying International Trade Law and Economics here at Busan National University South Korea. My Professor once said that one of the economic models of East Asia as well as the South during the post war era particularly in the 1960’s are based on Japan and the Philippines. He added that the Philippines is one of the richest nations next to Japan in that time and also once envied. Having said all these I was actually proud and happy seeing all my classmates of other nationalities looked at me with smiles on their faces. 

But, what struck me the most is when my professor asked me, WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR COUNTRY? I couldn’t answer back. From this, I saw the sudden shift of emotions in the class. I went home having this in mind. I was quite puzzled of what really happened. 

Then one day, my wife, a Korean national found a documentary about the late Pres. Marcos and his wife Imelda made by a Korean film company. He is actually very famous here in Korea and is known to be a great president. 

In the documentary I saw a lot of things I couldn’t imagine happened during those days. I was surprised to see the prosperous and peaceful life the Filipinos back in those days were enjoying. I saw people wearing formal clothes (suits), a clean and magnificent city, happy people walking on the old streets of Manila, thriving communities and places everywhere and many more.  

An interesting as well as quite controversial part of the documentary is the part wherein Bong Bong Marcos was interviewed. He was asked, the same question my professor asked me, WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS COUNTRY?  He said, "My father loved and cared for this country a lot and my mother as well. While saying this, suddenly he paused with teary eyes and said, “We were betrayed by the Americans”. He believes that his father trusted them but they put him down. He also thinks that they used his mother’s (Imelda) lifestyle to further destroy their reputation. Though he admitted she is living an extravagant life, she also did a lot of accomplishments, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Philippine Heart Center, Lung Center of the Philippines, Kidney Institute of the Philippines, Nayong Pilipino; Philippine International Convention Center, Folk Arts Theater, and  the Coconut Palace are all Imeldas' brainchildren. Nonetheless, all major social and public buildings and institutions in the country today were actually built during the Marcos’s reign.

What inspired me the most is the time when I heard the story of the late president of Korea Park Chung Hee who visited the Philippines ones in the 1960’s. Mr. Marcos and Mr. Chung Hee were believed to be good friends. Pres. Chung Hee and Marcos once visited the Radial Road 8 now called North Luzon Expressway. I heard that Mr. Chung Hee literally cried on Mr. Marcos’ shoulder saying “ I wish my country would be just like the Philippines”. Right after he came back to Korea he started a plan to create expressways similar to what he saw in the Philippines to literally connect the cities all over Korea which were divided by tall mountains. He succeeded on doing this. And, it is said that this move is one of the keys of the Korean economic boom. Unluckily, he was assassinated. Some say that the Americans were behind the assassination.

I know Marcos cared for his country a lot that he wanted to put it on the map. He even bought properties at Wall Street at that time because he wanted the Philippines to be known and dominate the world market. He also initiated a group of powerful south East Asian nations (SEATO) and is believed to have been headed by the Philippines and some countries to strengthen their economic relations further which is also one of the models of economic integrations (G2, G3,G7, ASEAN, and so on) these days. Another international diplomatic accomplishment of Mr. Marcos was the joint effort of Japan and the Philippines to form the Asian Development Bank in 1966 with headquarter in Mandaluyong. Some say that it somewhat became just like the world bank of Asia and its sole purpose is to give foreign aid to poor countries at that time. Unfortunately, the Philippines is the ones receiving aid nowadays.

For me, I think Marcos is the best president the Philippines ever had. During his time the economy was at its peak, unemployment was low, peso against the dollar was at its lowest, poverty rate is not that high (compared today), in short the Philippines was at its finest. 

But, not until the West came to realize that the Philippines will grow strong and powerful as time goes. Some say they were afraid it will take over the Wall Street as it already started buying properties and putting up state owned investment firms on its soil. One, thing is for sure, that  they should stop this. Then it all began. They had their plan of destroying Marcos’ reputation and putting him down using the media and some manipulated social and political entities whose dark aim is to privatize Mr Marcos' nationalistic legacies. The sad part is they succeeded. 

And, the saddest part is, we were fooled as well.
THE PHILIPPINES (A FOOLED NATION)
By: Bryan

I’m actually studying International Trade Law and Economics here at Busan National University South Korea. My Professor once said that one of the economic models of East Asia as well as the South during the post war era particularly in the 1960’s are based on Japan and the Philippines. He added that the Philippines is one of the richest nations next to Japan in that time and also once envied. Having said all these I was actually proud and happy seeing all my classmates of other nationalities looked at me with smiles on their faces.

But, what struck me the most is when my professor asked me, WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR COUNTRY? I couldn’t answer back. From this, I saw the sudden shift of emotions in the class. I went home having this in mind. I was quite puzzled of what really happened.

Then one day, my wife, a Korean national found a documentary about the late Pres. Marcos and his wife Imelda made by a Korean film company. He is actually very famous here in Korea and is known to be a great president.

In the documentary I saw a lot of things I couldn’t imagine happened during those days. I was surprised to see the prosperous and peaceful life the Filipinos back in those days were enjoying. I saw people wearing formal clothes (suits), a clean and magnificent city, happy people walking on the old streets of Manila, thriving communities and places everywhere and many more.

An interesting as well as quite controversial part of the documentary is the part wherein Bong Bong Marcos was interviewed. He was asked, the same question my professor asked me, WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS COUNTRY? He said, “My father loved and cared for this country a lot and my mother as well. While saying this, suddenly he paused with teary eyes and said, “We were betrayed by the Americans”. He believes that his father trusted them but they put him down. He also thinks that they used his mother’s (Imelda) lifestyle to further destroy their reputation. Though he admitted she is living an extravagant life, she also did a lot of accomplishments, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Philippine Heart Center, Lung Center of the Philippines, Kidney Institute of the Philippines, Nayong Pilipino; Philippine International Convention Center, Folk Arts Theater, and the Coconut Palace are all Imeldas’ brainchildren. Nonetheless, all major social and public buildings and institutions in the country today were actually built during the Marcos’s reign.

What inspired me the most is the time when I heard the story of the late president of Korea Park Chung Hee who visited the Philippines ones in the 1960’s. Mr. Marcos and Mr. Chung Hee were believed to be good friends. Pres. Chung Hee and Marcos once visited the Radial Road 8 now called North Luzon Expressway. I heard that Mr. Chung Hee literally cried on Mr. Marcos’ shoulder saying “ I wish my country would be just like the Philippines”. Right after he came back to Korea he started a plan to create expressways similar to what he saw in the Philippines to literally connect the cities all over Korea which were divided by tall mountains. He succeeded on doing this. And, it is said that this move is one of the keys of the Korean economic boom. Unluckily, he was assassinated. Some say that the Americans were behind the assassination.

I know Marcos cared for his country a lot that he wanted to put it on the map. He even bought properties at Wall Street at that time because he wanted the Philippines to be known and dominate the world market. He also initiated a group of powerful south East Asian nations (SEATO) and is believed to have been headed by the Philippines and some countries to strengthen their economic relations further which is also one of the models of economic integrations (G2, G3,G7, ASEAN, and so on) these days. Another international diplomatic accomplishment of Mr. Marcos was the joint effort of Japan and the Philippines to form the Asian Development Bank in 1966 with headquarter in Mandaluyong. Some say that it somewhat became just like the world bank of Asia and its sole purpose is to give foreign aid to poor countries at that time. Unfortunately, the Philippines is the ones receiving aid nowadays.

For me, I think Marcos is the best president the Philippines ever had. During his time the economy was at its peak, unemployment was low, peso against the dollar was at its lowest, poverty rate is not that high (compared today), in short the Philippines was at its finest.

But, not until the West came to realize that the Philippines will grow strong and powerful as time goes. Some say they were afraid it will take over the Wall Street as it already started buying properties and putting up state owned investment firms on its soil. One, thing is for sure, that they should stop this. Then it all began. They had their plan of destroying Marcos’ reputation and putting him down using the media and some manipulated social and political entities whose dark aim is to privatize Mr Marcos’ nationalistic legacies. The sad part is they succeeded.

And, the saddest part is, we were fooled as well.

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7 comments on “The Philippines : Just who destroyed this prosperous place? President Marcos or United States? : A deep look into a once propserous nation : Strickened by Western Dogma and Bullets : When will the Philippines be what it should be : Thriving and prosperous :

  1. How is it that you people don’t realize that A) The Philippines would be JAPANESE right now, if the Americans, Aussies, and Brits had not fought to liberate that country during WWII, and B) The same is true of Korea – both North and South. Because, before WWII the Japanese colonized Korea and took over 90,000 Koreans back to Japan. AFTER the WWII the Americans liberated ALL of those Koreans held in Japan and they had the choice of staying in Japan or going back to Korea. Some did go back to North Korea, some to South Korea, many stayed in Japan, and some of them left and then came back again to Japan! North Korea was Communist before the end of WWII so you cannot blame the USA for separating North and South. Unless you PREFER what the North has. But I have seen the videos smuggled out of that desperate country and I prefer an open democracy. Look a little deeper into the subject.
    Peace

    • Comments accepted and noted This article was written by someone who thought that Marco’s was not the problem but he had a gun to his head from western gold smuggeling rulers who in fact run our world today. Your comments are more North Korea and Japan steered, even though Philippines was very much in tune with that as you say, my advice for more modern day look into North Korea , Benjamin Fulford posted weekly in here, is the best I know to Highlight that North Korea and Japan are infact a concoction of political warefare created by the Rothschilds and British Monarch with rival Bush and Rockefeller factions to the south ( Japan ) ,,which are all accumulating into a vast grab just now. The new light stemming form Japan and filtering into North Korea right now is encourabging to say the least, More will be posted on this isssue and the real issues in these areas as we start becoming more liberal with the NEW FINANCIAL SYSTEM that stems from these areas and will be out very soon, keep looking in here for announcements very soon. Namaste Dave

  2. The problem with looking at things in retrospect is you tend to forget exactly how terrible the situation was at that very moment.

    First of all, it pains me to see that you’re a grown married man who remains HIGHLY ignorant regarding what really went on during the Marcos regime. I am a currently a college student taking up Political Science, thus highly immersed to all the human rights violations during the Marcos era. However, it didn’t take me until college to have this upon my knowledge: since I was a toddler it was embedded in our hearts, minds and souls that Ferdinand Marcos was not good news to Filipinos. I understand that you are taking up International Trade Law and Economics but that does not mandate you with any right to limit your immersion solely to the economic and “development” status of the country and consequently undermine the rights of the Filipinos that were almost obsolete at that era.

    Yes, he has a soul burning to propagate infrastructural developments and establishing institutions. Yes, numerous important facets of the country such as the CCP, San Juanico Bridge and all those aforementioned in your post came to inception during his era.

    BUT AT THE EXPENSE OF WHAT? Ferdinand Marcos LOANED billions of pesos from international institutions–loans that we are still paying for with our taxes up to now at the very late and digital age of 2013.

    Moreover, I cannot fathom how it totally slipped your memory that Ferdinand Marcos was the biggest Human Rights violator and extra judicial killer in the history of the Philippines. Did you forget how many people whose life he put an end to during the Martial Law era? Did you even research about the Martial Law? Did you forget about how attached he was to power and how his fear to step down from the presidency has caused him to plague the Philippines with such an imposition? Did you forget about the EDSA revolution?

    Let me leave you with this thought: If he were the best Filipino president in history, or if he were even a good president at all, WHY WOULD MILLIONS OF FILIPINOS GATHER FOR THE EDSA REVOLUTION?

    Do not even get me started on his wife Imelda.

    • Bianca – I appreciate your comments and deep delving into the Marco’s legacy- For me he was just another puppet – who followed a regime that IS OUR Problem today. I chose this article because it shouldered the blame on Marco’s but not letting him full of light. Those who act in a puppet society still try to do good when they have a gun pointed to their head. It appears that Marco’s also had many other issues and his legacy is not one of shiny lights His wife too ,,More on the history of the degrading of the philippines very soon will be posted on here. please remain open minded and the fact that Philippines is a mess and it can be so different with a little help from some friends in the future, People like you ( honest and researching) can make the difference we all seek, That difference is around the corner the more we open out and ‘think out of the box’. The more we will get tyrannical regimes run by backroom secret soceities the we expose to others the better, Thanks for your awakening thoughts Namaste Dave

  3. for all your fcking comments..good or bad..
    there’s is no one-and i mean no one- runs the philippines like marcos brilliant brain did.
    i was like 7 years old and my mother used to gave me money to buy rice to sari sari store.
    i dont know what happen..all i know is that when they fck marcos away..the rice price raised like rocket.. raises so high it landed to the moon.
    fact is, we are far more rich before..and today we are far far more poorer..marcos killed few, i may say, difficult people/foolish people.
    today your neighbor kill you for one fcking meal.
    given a chance i’ll vote marcos today.

    • Akoni Marcos had a gun to his head from Rockefeller and everything he did was done by instruction form Skull n Bones and I suggest you read up lots about it because it will be important in The New Philippines Golden Age 9 and i will want to be there ) very shortly. He also agreed to sell off every single human being to the Vatican as money To the Vatican Bank ( all Philippines berth certificates go to Wall Street and the Vatican, So poverty in Philippines is attributed to Marco ( with a gun to his head from Bushes Clintons etc) giving him an option of life or death if he hands over all the money which was sent by Indonesia for Philippines people. That was enough for $1Million for each person in Phils. That money went to the Vatican. It is not prudent to be a supporter of this or the people around this act of genocide ( after all it was theft that killed many people) Nor will it do any favors hating these people , The money is now safe and it will be released to ALL the people of the Philippines this time shortly ( only $100, 000 each person) and the rest of the money will be used to remove abstract poverty in an around and clean up all the pollution created by endless useless gangster war fare waged against the Philippines since WW2 when these European thugs stole US who then stole The Philippines gold money, I hope this helps. In light Dave

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