Yellowtards and communists DISHONOR Filipino men and women in uniform by demonizing their jobs in the 1970s

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A former soldier who served during the “Martial Law Years” begged to differ to traditional emo historians in a tweet he issued the other day…

I was a soldier during martial law days. ‘Was a member of the GHQ patrol watching part of Metro Manila on curfew hours (1974-1980). Never we’ve abused anyone, in fact we helped members of the public get home safely…. I can’t believe what others are saying!!!!

Filipino communists and the Yellowtard-led Philippine Opposition will call this “historical revisionism”. But real scholars of history will take this bit of information ON BOARD as input into FURTHER STUDY.

The difference between the two approaches separate the men from the little girls.

The trouble with the noise currently being spewed by an Opposition coalescing from a motley group of communists, Yellowtards, disgruntled mutineers, and screeching virtue-signalling millennials is that none of it is based on true historical scholarship. All of it is based on the brain-dead sloganeering of obsolete “activists” amplified by a click- and eyeball-hungry corporate media industry.

Beware the those who seek to misinform. Be even more wary of those who are happy to be misinformed.

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