>that building at PICC that was a major disaster,
Is this the one with the workers falling and being buried alive?
>that bust at Baguio City that was incredibly unnecessary
Yep, he totally flopped on that one.
Still is under contention, if you ask me.
If Marcos ordered the liquidation of the muslim volunteers he would most likely task people that he ultimately trust and are proficient with liquidating large numbers of people. Yet, there are still Jabidah volunteers that are alive. well, they claim to be jabidah volunteers, Add to that, Marcos needs to ensure that all of those volunteers are indeed killed and there should be no survivors if he fears reprisal from the british-backed malaysians and the political opposition inna flipland. What I find questionable is the "supposed" act that Marcos killed the muslim volunteers KNOWING the fact that he is also a believer of Sabah being rightfully ours. It just does not add up since by doing the jabidah massacre, he is creating another enemy, starting a christian vs. muslim scenario, lowering public trust, fucking up our claim on Sabah, guerrilla war etc. Things that are wholly detrimental to the survival of flipland. I get it that people will hate Marcos, but him doing something as stupid as creating an enemy and pushing flipland into chaos willfully is uncharacteristic of him. There are people that benefited from this "massacre". And no, Marcos was not one of them.
>All of his big projects we're borrowed from World Bank and ADB by the way and which is why people keep saying Philippines was it's golden age during Marcos because there were lots of infrastructure improvements, which led us to the bottomless pit of debts.
Well, those big projects are supposed to help us pay off the money that we borrowed. Commie insurgency, muslim secessionism, lelboluwshowns-kuno, and Cory handing out gubmintPost too long. Click here to view the full text.