8 More Sneaky Moves the Government May Have Already Done in Secret
By Joseph F. Nacino
Like a thief in the night, the national government has snuck in the body of former President Ferdinand E.Marcos to bury him at the Libingan ng mga Bayani at noon today.
Couple this with the government’s ongoing War against Drugs—which has no executive order or law to support it—and it makes you wonder what else they’ve been getting away with.
Just think of the Philippines as the Matrix and we’re actually carcasses being milked by the government and the Marcoses as we luxuriate in our so-called “freedom” with Facebook, Pokemon Go, and the upcoming Coldplay gig.
With that uncomfortable thought in mind, here are eight crazy ideas that—for all we know—are an actual reality now courtesy of a government that likes sneaking up on us while we’re bent over.
8. The country is already a federal state.
For all we know, the national government has actually already instituted federalism throughout the country despite the need for a change in the Constitution. (Constitution? What’s that?)
7. China’s already annexed our islands.
The national government is now chummy with China to allow our fishermen to fish in our own seas. Given that we don’t know what deal was forged during the President’s state visit to China, we’re guessing maybe an island or two.
6. Martial Law’s been declared.
President Duterte declared that he wants to suspend the writ of habeas corpus, which historically was a precursor to Martial Law. With people being snatched off the streets by the police already, we’re guessing that they skipped the declaration part.
5. Mocha Uson and Martin Andanar are actually the same.
Remember there was a time when people accused Manuel Quezon III of being the supposed American blogger, JoeAm? Yeah, why not an ex-TV guy ghost-writing for a former dancer/entertainer?
4. Bong Bong Marcos is actually the new VP.
Bong Bong Marcos is still contesting the election results after losing the vice presidency race to Leni Robredo. But for all we know, the Supreme Court has already ruled that Marcos is the new vice-president and they’re just interpreting the law.
3. The Philippines has quit the UN.
President Duterte has made no bones about wanting to leave the United Nations ever since they criticized his War against Drugs. No surprise if we’ve already left this international organization, as well as other organizations that stand for human rights.
2. The Philippines now stands with China and Russia.
Paired with the above, the Philippines is now allied with China and Russia, an epic bromance of “us three against the world.” ‘Course, nobody told him that China and Russia don’t like each other as of the moment.
1. Bong Bong Marcos is the real Plan B.
Remember when President Duterte said he’ll resign if he doesn’t stamp out the drug menace? Plan B is set to run once Bong Bong Marcos is ruled as the new vice-president—courtesy of the high court for that veneer of legality and an administration extra-friendly to the Marcos.
Having considered all of these, the question we now ask you dear readers: are you going to take the Blue Pill or the Red Pill?