Pro-Duterte and non-Duterte supporters to stage rally in Davao City tomorrow to ask him to bury Marcos in Batac

UPDATE: Konsensya Dabaw has just told me that while tomorrow’s rally will have supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte, it will also have Dabawenyos who did not vote for Duterte. And both groups are welcome. Here is their open letter to Duterte.

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Burying Marcos at Libingan ng mga Bayani could also mean burying Imelda there

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Just my opinion - By Raïssa Robles - I meant, when she's dead. I'm serious. It's now in the rules and regulations of Libingan ng mga Bayani, that widows of former Philippine presidents can also be interred beside their spouses.

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Let me share with you guys excerpts from Marcos Martial Law: Never Again

Here are initial links to downloadable pdfs from the Collectors Edition of our book. You can read them online or download them from the links.

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Confirmed: Bongbong and Imee Marcos are guests at Rodrigo Duterte’s presidential inauguration

It's no wonder Vice-President Leni Robredo was excluded - By Raïssa Robles - The legally elected vice president isn’t welcome. But the children of the country’s worst political criminal will be honored guests. The late dictator Ferdinand Marcos' daughter Imee herself confirmed that she was going to Malacañang Palace tomorrow for the presidential inauguration.

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My thoughts on the eve of a Duterte presidency

By Raïssa Robles - Personally, I have always wanted a Philippine president: who would place the welfare of the poor and the middle class in all his policy decisions; who would tell mining corporations to give much more to the Philippine government and to the host-communities, as well as crack down on practices that destroy the environment; who would be critical of American support and demand more for allowing Americans limited access to Philippine territory; who would seriously take steps to end the decades-long communist and Muslim insurgencies; who would encourage couples to space the births of their children, teach them various ways of family planning and leave them to make a choice; who would tell the Catholic Church it's high time for the institution to clean up its act; and who would be tough on crime and criminals.

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Are the Marcoses the ‘special guests’ at Rodrigo Duterte’s presidential inauguration?

At ang bangkay ni Duterte (corpse of Duterte) by Raïssa Robles - If they are, we are looking at the REAL REASON why Vice-President Leni Robredo was told to hold her own separate inauguration.

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9 National Book Store outlets in Metro Manila now carry our book Marcos Martial Law: Never Again

Soon, 7 NBS in Luzon, 2 in Cebu, 1 in Bacolod, 1 in Davao will have it - Hi guys, National Book Store gave me the following updates. First, the following NBS outlets in Metro Manila now have the Student Edition of our book. (Unless these are already sold out.) :

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Apologies for the delay in getting our book to National Book Store outlets

By Raïssa Robles - Due to circumstances beyond our control, our book will only be available in National Book Store this Friday. National told me today they were unable to bring our books over to select Metro Manila branches. National has assured me, though, that by Friday the books will be in some of their branches. They will be sending me which are these branches as soon as the books actually arrive in their outlets.

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Senator Bongbong Marcos told me today he got my book, Marcos Martial Law: Never Again

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Exclusive by Raïssa Robles - Today at lunch, I had Bongbong Marcos, that is, I listened to him as the guest speaker of the Rotary Club of Manila. I went to Manila Polo Club where the Rotary Club of Manila now meets, precisely to ask Senator Marcos some questions. I prefaced my questions to him by reminding him that he had long been saying - "let history the judge" of his father's rule.

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