Filipino Against Filipino
The assassination of the former Philippine senator Benigno Aquino or widely known as Ninoy on August 21,1983 which result into his sensational death and a commemoration of it up until now, still remains unsolved who really behind his murder wherein the most common suspect is the late former Philippine president Ferdinand E. Marcos because Ninoy was arrested and exile during the Marcos administration because Ninoy was suspected to be one of the mastermind of the destabilization plot during the Marcos administration and that spreads communist or Maoist philosophies which created the formation of different union factions that go against wildly the Marcos Administration then.
But if you look the situation, two Filipinos were victim of this mysterious phenomenon on the Marcos administration: Ferdinand Marcos and Benigno Aquino; which was controlled and played by secret hidden powers then who wanted to control the Philippines’s political situation then to suit their personal agendas. It was suspected that the American elites and the American government then who is behind the fall of two Filipinos which they have played against one another: Filipino against Filipino, which indeed becomes successful. Now the Filipinos hate one another as if a self-hate disease was dropped in the Philippine archipelago during the Marcos administration to drive the Filipino race to hate and kill one another. Now also the Filipinos hate Ferdinand Marcos, their fellow Filipino, their brother who bring good things to the Philippines then before it explodes into chaos in Marcos third administration, as an arch-enemy of Filipino race and as a foreign conqueror who subdue Filipino race under his control and power, whereas it is not.
How come the Filipinos were blinded and celebrate Ninoy’s death against their fellow Filipino brother –Marcos-who was also a victim of undesired scenario then, that is why he declare Martial Law to protect Philippines’ national security then; and that Ninoy was like the ancient Filipino heroes that frees them from a foreign tyrant conqueror without considering that Ferdinand Marcos was their own fellow Filipino which is also a victim of a hidden foreign power play. These secret foreign powers are the real enemies of the Filipino and not their fellow brother in race which was used as a sacrificial lamb beyond Marcos knowing, to push and pursue their personal agendas.
Most Filipinos have this mindset: “Love for foreign things and hate their own things”. In short, a colonial mentality still rules in the present Philippines sugarcoat only with the hypocritical Nationalism emotions and thoughts.