Monthly Archives: July 2014

Marcos forever? Never!

Source: Rappler ‘There must be no reconciliation with the Marcoses if they keep on denying that they committed human rights abuses or that they amassed ill-gotten wealth’ I am seething with anger and disgust when Imelda is reported of wishing to have another Marcos in Malacañang. At the outset I must say that I did […]

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Edjop, Imelda Marcos, and the fear of forgetting

Source: Rappler ‘I am afraid that one day, given the Marcos apologists inundating social media, I’ll be one of many Filipinos afflicted with amnesia – unable to recall what our mothers and fathers and grandmothers and grandfathers told us about Martial Law’ I met him along one of the many dusty corridors of the university […]

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Ateneo de Manila ‘sorry’ over Imelda’s visit

By: Katerina Francisco Source: The head of Ateneo de Manila University issues a public apology for having Imelda Marcos over for an alumni function APPROPRIATE? Former first lady Imelda Marcos graces a celebration of the Ateneo Scholarship Foundation. Left photo from Instragram user @kassydoodle MANILA, Philippines – The president of Ateneo de Manila University […]

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