Sure, why not? Go dig up former President Ferdinand Marcos’s remains from the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Before that, find out where exactly these remains will be placed. Will the Martial Law Crybabies drag his remains across EDSA for dramatic effect? Why not tar and feather these remains and string them up at the Rizal Monument for all to gawk at?
Just basing on the vitriol spewed by the Yellowtards on social media, it seems they are actually capable of doing all of this.
The conviction of former First Lady Imelda Marcos and the recent issuance of a warrant for her arrest is perfect opportunity for the Yellowtards and the broader community of Martial Law Crybabies to walk their talk.
While they are at it, perhaps they should also keep to Yellowtard tradition and organise a Catholic mass at the Loyola Centre (or whatever they call that dome at the Katipunan Road nowadays) to celebrate the political damnation of the Marcoses they have long awaited.
Filipinos are waiting for what the Yellowtards do next. First step is to walk the talk. Everyone is waiting.
Opposition “activism” in the Philippines seems to be suffering from a bad case of Lechon Manok Syndrome. Like those other business fads like Shawarma, milk tea, and, yes, the jeepney, Lechon Manok businesses sprung up all over Manila in price-crushing numbers that eventually doomed a once lucrative enterprise.
In the same way, the lack of innovation in the tired rhetoric of Filipino “activists” and the broader Opposition they have infested has significantly flattened the value of their proposition to Filipino voters. One wonders how long one name — Ferdinand Marcos — and one “era” — the “Martial Law Years” — can fuel an entire Opposition narrative.
What Filipinos need is a forward-oriented reform movement that builds upon a prospect of constructive change. Unfortunately, Filipino voters are getting nothing of that sort from their obsolete Yellowtard-led Opposition who suffer an acute deficit in originality. They offer nothing other than a pitch based on a fear they encourage Filipinos to use as their political security blanket. Beyond that, they see no other future.
You know that loser who, years after a breakup, continues to check out what his or her ex is up to? Specially now in the age of social media, it has become easy to continue to keep tabs on your ex. More interesting is how it becomes easy to post and tweet mean blind items about the people who are currently sleeping with your ex.
That’s essentially what Martial Law Crybabies are doing. They give meaning to their lives on a drip feed of Martial Law “pain”. These “atrocity” junkies, fuelled by that pain, then rampage across the Net crucifying people in bed with the source of that pain.
Even former lovers of their ex — those who had moved on from their ex are not immune. Martial Law Crybabies also crucify people who were formerly involved with their Martial Law bogey.
These sorts of people are toxic personalities. Rather than look forward and move towards the future, they remain imprisoned by a perverted memory of the past that they cannot let go of. It is best to avoid these people as they offer nothing constructive.