MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Rappler, the least-trusted news brand in the Philippines whose CEO Maria Ressa is a convicted criminal, is reporting that books about the late great President Ferdinand E. Marcos and his Martial Law regime are flying off the shelves, describing it as ”panic buying.”
The Adobo Chronicles’ investigative journalists stationed themselves at major bookstores around the country to verify this ”phenomenon” reported by Rappler.
We found out that there is, indeed, a panic-buying mode among many Filipinos but it wasn’t about the thirst for knowledge about Marcos and Martial Law.
We have learned that a ”National Marcos and Martial Law Book Burning” activity has been scheduled in various parts of the country. come June 30th, the day of inauguration for the new administration.
The aim of this activity is to forever erase the false narratives and historical revisionism on the greatest Philippine president the country has ever had which flourished for three decades in the post-Marcos era.
What a great new start for Marcos’ son, Bongbong, who is to become the 17th President of the Philippines!