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Marcos and the New Society
« on: November 03, 2010, 12:47:15 am »
Marcos and the New Society:
 
A Political Biography

 

[ RESEARCH PAPERS ]

 

 

A Research Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment

Of the Requirements in Political Science 262-

Elites in Politics

 

 

Submitted to:

 
Dr. Clarita R. Carlos

Department of Political Science

College of Social Sciences and Philosophy

University of the Philippines-Diliman

 

 

Submitted by:

Jose Angelito P. Angeles

2003-78545

 
October 2005

“Ferdinand E. Marcos’s greatest moment was EDSA 1, when he was no longer just a bar topnotcher of unprecedented record, or the most decorated Filipino hero of World War II, or when he became President of the Philippines or the only reelected President of the Republic, but Ferdinand E. Marcos’s greatest moment was EDSA 1 when as President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, the most powerful man in the country, he did not use Power to Hurt or Kill those who betrayed him, but He used Power Selflessly for Peace and Love. At this point He no longer was just a Bar Topnotcher, War Hero, President or Father of a Country, at this point in President Ferdinand E. Marcos’s life, he too had become a Mother of the Nation, with Selfless and Endless Love for his Country and People”

 

-Imelda Romualdez- Marcos

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asanti

Re: Marcos and the New Society
« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2010, 08:28:28 am »
nice read ... nice point of view ... reminds me of a saying " history belongs to the victors " ........ now here's a view of history from a marcos
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GOD GIVE US TWO EARS, TWO EYES, and ONE MOUTH so that we may look and listen twice but talk only once

sino_one

Re: Marcos and the New Society
« Reply #2 on: November 03, 2010, 06:41:54 pm »
Like Marcos would order Ver to kill all those civilians in front of a live tv broadcast. smoking::

Idiot

Re: Marcos and the New Society
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2010, 02:11:19 am »
i don't know why people hate Marcos  so much

mas marami pang namatay na journalist sa panahon ni GMA
mas marami pang inutang ang panahon ni GMA
mas rampant ang corruption from an SK chairman to policeman to a ordinary citizen


noon daw kapag nahuli ka ng curfew e matutulog ka sa kulungan
ngayon e kapag ginabi ka either mahold-up ka, masaksak ka ng lasing, ma-rape ka

noon sagana sa pagkain, pagkain ng mahirap Galunggung
Ngayon pagkain ng mahirap tirang pagkain ng Jollibee

noon iwan mo ang gamit mo kahit saan walang magnanakaw
ngayon di mo na maiwan


noon kung siga ka ipapadala ka sa Mindanao
ngayon kung siga e kinakatakutan ka

I bet Bongbong Marcos will run to presidency and surely he will win

dahil lahat ng nakaka-usap ko mas "MAGANDA PA ANG PANAHON Ni MCcoy Kaysa Ngayon"

beaverjohn2006

Re: Marcos and the New Society
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2010, 07:41:30 am »
i don't know why people hate Marcos  so much

mas marami pang namatay na journalist sa panahon ni GMA
mas marami pang inutang ang panahon ni GMA
mas rampant ang corruption from an SK chairman to policeman to a ordinary citizen


noon daw kapag nahuli ka ng curfew e matutulog ka sa kulungan
ngayon e kapag ginabi ka either mahold-up ka, masaksak ka ng lasing, ma-rape ka

noon sagana sa pagkain, pagkain ng mahirap Galunggung
Ngayon pagkain ng mahirap tirang pagkain ng Jollibee

noon iwan mo ang gamit mo kahit saan walang magnanakaw
ngayon di mo na maiwan


noon kung siga ka ipapadala ka sa Mindanao
ngayon kung siga e kinakatakutan ka

I bet Bongbong Marcos will run to presidency and surely he will win

dahil lahat ng nakaka-usap ko mas "MAGANDA PA ANG PANAHON Ni MCcoy Kaysa Ngayon"


Tumpak! hik!hik!hik! ;D ;D ;D

mas maganda ang panahon ni marcos dati....

subicboy

Re: Marcos and the New Society
« Reply #5 on: November 06, 2010, 02:13:00 pm »
i don't know why people hate Marcos  so much

mas marami pang namatay na journalist sa panahon ni GMA
mas marami pang inutang ang panahon ni GMA
mas rampant ang corruption from an SK chairman to policeman to a ordinary citizen


noon daw kapag nahuli ka ng curfew e matutulog ka sa kulungan
ngayon e kapag ginabi ka either mahold-up ka, masaksak ka ng lasing, ma-rape ka

noon sagana sa pagkain, pagkain ng mahirap Galunggung
Ngayon pagkain ng mahirap tirang pagkain ng Jollibee

noon iwan mo ang gamit mo kahit saan walang magnanakaw
ngayon di mo na maiwan


noon kung siga ka ipapadala ka sa Mindanao
ngayon kung siga e kinakatakutan ka

I bet Bongbong Marcos will run to presidency and surely he will win

dahil lahat ng nakaka-usap ko mas "MAGANDA PA ANG PANAHON Ni MCcoy Kaysa Ngayon"



malakas lang ang impluwensya at pambobola ng mga lopez at aquino    :applause

kaya lugmok n ang buong bnsa pero ang mga lopez patuloy p rin sa pagyaman    :applause

ang mga aquino kasama ng mga tumulong sa knila nuon hangang ngaun nsa pwesto, kya hangang ngaun gumagapang ang ekonomiya ng pinas  ::lmao

pansin ko nung bumango ang mga pangalan ng mga aquino at lopez nagkaletse letse ang bansa tsk tsk tsk



Rick Springfield

Re: Marcos and the New Society
« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2010, 11:57:40 am »
Actually either marcos, aquino, arroyo, or any other president in place, it will never change that our nation along with other Asian countries have been slaves of the global elite. During Marcos' era was a testing ground for global Martial Law, he was backed up by the U.S. government, member of then pre-Asean SEATO, and it was suspected that the Marcos' power and gold was exploited by the CIA, the bankers, and the U.S. millitary. But they played him like a puppet and left alone when EDSA broke out, switching sides because they know once Marcos was ousted, he will be no use to them financially. Baon na talaga sa utang ang Pinas since after pre-war. Ang dami na ng pina-utang ng IMF, at Federal Reserve sa atin even before Marcos' time, and these so-called loans tripled during the Marcos term. These loans are mga utang natin na alam nilang imposible tayong makapag-bayad dahil sa laki ng interest at other hidden derivatives. And I fear that history may repeat it self na akala natin umuunlad tayo dahil may financial aid at foreign investment, pero in truth bumabaksak na U.S. Take a look around and see what's happening to today's foreign influence with PNoy.

Just my two cents.

deeper one zero

Re: Marcos and the New Society
« Reply #7 on: November 10, 2010, 06:55:10 pm »
naalala ko ang sinabi ni boss SG sa mga ganitong klase ng usapan:

"the only way to change our country is to gather all men and form again as a small nation"


lahat ng gustong sumama, sumama. at lahat ng ayaw, maiwan sa poder ng kasalukuyang pinuno.
"THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR THE REAL."

mikester

Re: Marcos and the New Society
« Reply #8 on: November 10, 2010, 08:25:23 pm »
MARCOS MARCOS parin....  toast:: toast::