Im not anti or pro marcos simply because the history clearly described them but if BBM will run as President I will surely vote for him . But im not blind for what they did to our country.. Life during martial law is a nightmare era for the philippines it is the dark side of marcoses. So its better to know the history before we judge.. But thank you for this blog you gave me another idea what was the life of marcoses during the martial law.. 🙂
I had been making excuses all week but I knew the time had come to make up my mind. The Philippines Ambassador, the former anti-Marcos journalist J.V. Cruz, had warned me about the impending arrival of the Philippines’ first daughter for some time. Imee Marcos, my old nemesis from Manila, was going to be in London along with her new husband, Tommy Manotoc, as part of their round the world tour.
JV had been an outspoken anti-Marcos columnist on the Manila Times when I first met him in the late 60’s, But, like so many other prominent journalists, he had eventually been seduced by Marcos’s offers of money, power and position. In JV’s case, his loyalty had been bought first by an Ambassadorship to Germany and then, when he had proved his loyalty, to the Court of St. James. Even JV’s younger brother, Jun, had benefited from Marcos’s largesse towards…
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