By DEE AYROSO
“No compromise, no immunity!” called out the protesters, saying the Marcos family should return its stolen wealth without any condition.
The groups decried that Marcos is not a hero and had amassed $10 billion dollars, plundered the country’s resources and committed massive human rights violations against the people.
Martial law activists and youths call on the public to join the fight in the arena which the Marcoses cannot control: the streets.
“We cannot accept the rehabilitation of the Marcoses, and their kind of leadership based on swindling, lies, deception.”
“The environmental crimes committed during the dictatorship are bound to happen again if Bongbong Marcos gets one step closer to Malacañang.”
“We, Bangsamoros, cannot forgive because those responsible for Martial Law have never been brought to justice.”
A gathering of martial law activists and victims pledged to keep retelling their painful stories, so the younger generation would not let these happen again.