A couple of months ago, I started this statement with a funny face and a funny pose. But I did this slogan to campaign something. I am starting to regret on everything I did to her. The main reason why I called her a moron was because I thought I’m just a simple guy who follows a Godly life. Which is true. But that is not what I’m pointing out here. I mean what I felt was I thought I was just nothing to her at those times. I mean, I thought ah your there, Who cares? I don’t care. That’s the reason why I’m over sensitive and I’m over reactive. I was kill joy and I’m the most sensitive person at those times. Now, I think I’m changing those. That’s why I created this campaign. This is my way of giving back to those that I
believe I have done something that is very rude.
I DONT KNOW.
Fried Chicken. Pizza.
I asked [Imelda] whether she and the President had watched Ninoy’s funeral on TV, and she said, yes, they’d done so, together, in his bedroom. And that they’d been crushed, struck dumb by the enormity of what they were seeing on the video screen. She added that they had felt overwhelmingly humiliated because they had little inkling of the public mood, and that Marcos had said, “So, after all these years, all our efforts, our trying and striving, it has come to this?”
Ninoy did not die that day on that sunny Sunday afternoon in August 1983 at the Manila International Airport, for that was when he began to live forever in the hearts of his countrymen. It was Ferdinand Marcos who died that day, and he knew it.