Here are just SOME bills, accomplishments, backgrounds, platforms, plans, views, reasons, programs, deeds, etcetera to answer “Why Bongbong Marcos?”. Claims such as ‘walang ginawa’ need to be brought to an end.
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- SB 423- Department of Housing and Urban
- SB 3275- Sustainable Development and Use of the Island Boracay
- SB 3326 – Forest Limits Act
- HB 3759 – Charter of the City of Baguio
- HB 3498 – Charter Day City of Tandag
- HB 3714 – Foundation Day City of Pasay
- HB 3860 – Reapportionment Province of Aklan
- HB4418- Araw ng Manticao
- HB 4419 – Araw ng Opol
- HB 4421 – Araw ng Lugait
- HB 4422- Araw ng Gitagum
- HB 4423 – Charter Day City of Navotas
- HB 4424 – Province of Guimaras Anniversary
- HB 4425 – Province of Albay Anniversary
- HB 4427 – Sugbongcogon Charter Day .
- HB 4549 – Barangay Bulanao Norte, Tabuk, Kalinga
- HB 4550 – Barangay Ipil Tabuk, Kalinga
- HB 4551 – Barangay Navy, Capas, Tarlac
- HB 4673 – Special Non-Working Holiday in the Province of Sultan Kudarat
- HB 4675- Adlaw sa Jasaan
- HB 4679 – Special Non-Working Holiday in the Province of Quezon
- HB 4820 – Province of Nueva Camarines
- HB 4856 – Dasmarinas City Foundation Day
- HB 4859 – City of Meycauayan Special Non-Working Holiday
- HB 6567/SB1323 – Barangay Retirement Benefits
- HB 6786 – Bacoor City Anniversary
- HB 6787- Zambales Foundation Day
- SRN 143 – Condolence, Families, Friends and Relatives Hostage Manila Incident 23 August 2010
- SRN 549 – Oversight Committee on the Local Government Code of 1991 3.
- SCR 6 – Authority of the Senate President and the Speaker of the HR to Fix Salaries of Senate/HR/CA Employees
- SR 8 – Iglesia ni Cristo 96Th Anniversary
- SR 49- Expression of Condolence of the Death of Former Senator Magnolia Welbom Antonino
- SR 73 – Commending, Outstanding Teachers
- SR 83 – Ramadan
- SR 84 – Allowing Senator Trillanes to attend Senate Session
- SR 94 – Commending, Outstanding Policemen
- BBM authored landmark laws such as the Philippine Archipelagic Baselines Law (R.A. 9522). With the ongoing international disputes, this crucial piece of legislation defines what constitutes the Philippine territorial sea.
- Senate Bill No. 3106 : Public School Teachers’ Salary Upgrading Act
- Senate Bill No. 2531 : Teachers Education Act of 2010
- Senate Bill No. 2532 : First Class Public Schools and Libraries Act of 2010
- The bill made it mandatory for all public school libraries to have first class libraries. The bill was filed to promote quality education in public schools.
- Senate Bill No. 2188 : Moratorium on the Creation or Conversion of State Universities and Colleges Act of 2010
- The bill sought to impose a 3-year moratorium on the creation of new state universities and colleges. The bill was filed to give Congress and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) more time to assess and upgrade existing state colleges and universities to competitive levels.
- Senate Bill No. 1191 : Pag-asa ng Paglaya sa Pagbasa
- The “Redemption through Reading” bill emphasised the value of education — even for prisoners who will be socially reintegrated into society after their release from prison.
- The bill mandated continuing education for all private and public school teachers in all levels of education. The bill was filed to strengthen the country’s educational system by supporting its educators.
- The bill sought to raise the compensation of public school teachers from Salary Grade 11 or approximately P18,000 a month to Salary Grade 15 or approximately P25,000 a month. The bill was filed to make the minimum salary of public school teachers more competitive to other professionals.
- Senate Bill No. 14 : National Irrigation Program of 2013
- This bill sought to establish a progressive and effective irrigation method that would accelerate agricultural production. It required various agencies to irrigate ninety-five (95%) of irrigable lands nationwide within a period of three (3) years from the effectiveness of the said bill.
- Senate Bill No. 1863 : Anti-Rice Wastage Act of 2013
- The bill makes it unlawful for restaurants, hotels, inns and other eateries to refuse a customer’s request to serve less than a cup of rice. The bill was filed to encourage consumers from wasting rice when eating out.
- Senate Bill No. 112 : National Seeds Production Act of 2013
- Believing that infrastructure development is an integral to tourism development, Senator Marcos filed Senate Bill No. 3201 : An Act Creating the Laoag International Port Authority” The bill was designed to promote international air traffic in Ilocos Norte and other parts northern Luzon by empowering the Port Authority to upgrade the services and facilities of the airport and make the same acceptable to international standards. He believed that if the airport facilities were upgraded, the same would result in an increased number of visitors from China, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea
- Senate Bill No. 3245 : Cooperative Development Authority Charter Act”
- The bill sought to strengthen the powers, duties and functions of the Cooperative Development Authority. It was filed because over 10 million Filipinos or roughly 10% of the Filipino population are members of cooperatives and yet coops have remained in the micro scale and have failed to mature into large scale enterprises.
- Senate Resolution No. 1366 : Incentive Schemes for Electric Cooperatives
- The resolution pushed for stronger and more logical incentives for electric cooperatives. It sought to reduce the cost of electricity for the benefit of the public.
- As Vice Chairman of the Committee on Cooperatives, Senator Marcos hoped to instil a culture of entrepreneurship among Filipinos. When he took over as the de facto Chairman of the Committee on Cooperatives (2010-2015) he spearheaded various concerns involving cooperatives.
- The bill sought to establish a continuing national program for the production of hybrid and other quality seeds for farming purposes.
- Senate Bill No. 409 : Philippine Soybean Authority Act of 2013
- This bill sought to create the Philippine Soybeans Authority. It was filed to promote the cultivation, production, processing, marketing and distribution of soybean products.
- Tobacco Excise Tax
- During his tenure as Senator, BBM was known to constantly defend the interests of tobacco farmers against the unreasonable and disproportionate increase in excise taxes on tobacco products. According to him, the imposition of unreasonable excise taxes would destroy the livelihood of tobacco farmers and the tobacco industry as a whole.
- When he became Senator, he continued his quest for energy sufficiency by filing Senate Bill No. 2593. The bill sought to create a Hydrogen & Research Development that would study the use of hydrogen as an alternative source of fuel energy.
- He likewise filed Senate Resolution No. 622 which directed the Committee on Energy to conduct inquiries that would look into the status of the country’s power development program and inform the Filipino people of the overall state of the country’s energy infrastructure.
- Senate Bill No. 2885 : Climate Change Education Act of 2011
- The bill makes it mandatory for the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to include a subject on Climate Change as part of the curriculum in all college and university courses. The bill was filed so that the youth would understand the significance of Climate Change.
- Senate Bill No. 2097 : PAGASA Modernization Act (RA 10692)
- The bill provides additional funds to modernise the equipment and training facilities of PAGASA weather station. The bill was filed because there was a need for accurate weather forecasts due to the numerous typhoons that would hit the country every year.
- Senate Bill No. 410 The Philippine Green Building Act
- The bill seeks to encourage investors to build ecologically efficient “green buildings” by giving them tax incentives. The long-term goal of the bill was to encourage developers to construct ecologically safe buildings.
- Senate Bill No. 413 : Bicycle Commuters Incentives Act of 2013
- This bill provides incentives to bicycle riders and other drivers of other non-motorized vehicles. It seeks to lessen pollution by decreasing the number of oil-powered motorised vehicles on the road.
- Senate Bill No. 419 : Regulating the Use of Plastic Bags
- The bill intends to reduce and eventually eliminate the use of plastic bags which are harmful to the environment. The bill was filed to help clear our polluted waters by encouraging the use of biodegradable, reusable and unleaded bags as an alternative to plastic bags.
- Senate Resolution No. 482 : Inquiry on the Environmental Sustainability of the Cement Industry
- The Resolution to make the cement industry more environmentally-friendly.
- Relief Efforts for Yolanda
- In 2013, Senator Marcos was at the forefront of the disaster relief and rehabilitation efforts brought about by Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda). Since his family hails from Leyte, he went that extra mile to extend aid to the thousands of typhoon victims who were hungry and homeless.
- Concerned about reports that a significant number of relief goods never reached the typhoon victims, he called for a senate investigation to probe into what happened to the funds given by local and international donors during this crisis.
- In the hope of preventing the recurrence of Ondoy-like tragedies in Metro Manila, Senator Marcos submitted a report regarding the state of Metro Manila’s flood management plans and projects (CRN 73).
- He likewise pushed for the institutionalisation of effective disaster-preparedness and disaster-responses on a national scale (SRN 1056).
- Retirement Fund for Barangay Officials
- Senate Bill No. 12 : Retirement Benefit for Barangay Officials and Workers Act of 2013
- This bill created a Retirement Fund for barangay officials and workers and granted them a retirement benefit of PhP 50,000.- to PhP 100,000.- based on their positions.
- SK Reform
- Senate Bill No. 1186 : Act to Postpone the Sangguniang Kabataan Elections on October 28, 2013
- Since Congress needed time to reform the youth council, Senator Marcos’ bill allowed the COMELEC to hold the SK elections within the period covering October 28, 2014 and February 23, 2015.
- Larger share of LGUs in the National Wealth
- Senator Marcos also initiated deliberations on various Senate and House Bills in order that local government units be given a larger share (40%) of the gross collection derived by the national government from taxes. This is only fair since realistically speaking, it is the LGUs who do the collecting of taxes in their respective areas.
- Senate Bill 1862 : An Act Establishing the Inter-agency Council for the Creation of Jobs
- This bill sought to establish an inter-agency council for employment generation. Under the bill, the LGUs are required to map out business opportunities in their respective localities and relay them to the inter-agency council which, in turn, would advise investors. This way, there would be a more focused approach to employment opportunities brought into every province, city and municipality.
- Champion of autonomy and self-sufficiency of LGUs:
- Senator Marcos spearheaded the creation of new provinces as well as the upgrading to municipalities.
- He sought to balance the autonomy of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region and its Organic Act (SBN 2894).
- He adjusted numerous legislative districts in order to obtain effective representation for the people.
- He enhanced benefits for senior citizens as well as persons with disabilities (SRNs 953 & 783)
- Senator Marcos supported our Overseas Foreign Workers [OFWs] by initiating various legislative measures to safeguard their rights. He believed that it is the duty and responsibility of the government to protect our OFWs.
- In 2011, the relations between the Philippines and Taiwan became strained because of the deportation of several Taiwanese nationals. This led to the retaliation against our OFWs in Taiwan. After Senate Resolution No. 379, the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations was tasked to come up with remedial measures so that the Department of Foreign Affairs could further protect the welfare and interests of our OFWs in Taiwan.
- In 2014, the government of Saudi Arabia gave illegal migrant workers until March 1st to complete their working papers or face deportation. Senator Marcos called on his office to work overtime and process the undocumented and/or incomplete documentation of these OFWs. The herculean task was completed within 2 months.
- Senator Marcos also formulated measures so that a portion of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) fund would be set aside to help distressed OFWs. The said fund would be used to hire more lawyers who could assist the OFWs who were detained, maltreated and victimised by illegal recruiters.
- Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. rejected political pressure from the Aquino Administration during the 2012 Impeachment Trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona. Despite coercion from the ruling Liberal Party, he voted not only with his conscience but with the Filipino People’s collective interest at heart.
- 15th Congress 34 Authored bills
- 15th Congress 17 Co-Authored bills
- 16th Congress 57 Authored bills
- 16th Congress 9 Co-Authored bills
- 54 bills enacted into law
- When he was a Governor, BBM transformed Ilocos Norte into a first-class province by capitalising on the strengths of the land and its people. He looked for new and modern opportunities to develop the province and pursued these to the end.
- Despite its dry landscape, BBM modernised both the agricultural and tourism landscape in Ilocos Norte. Under his watch, the province became both an agricultural exporter and tourism hotspot.
- As an advocate of renewable energy for sustainable development, BBM built wind farms in various areas of the province to sustain not only the energy supply of Ilocos Norte but also for the rest of Luzon.
- Having been in public service for over 25 years, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has achieved a distinguished career in government. His electoral journey has allowed him to serve in several positions in both the executive and legislative branches of government. His various stints in government have allowed him to carve his niche in the Philippine’s rich political history.
- As a young boy in Manila, Bongbong went to Institucion Teresiana and La Salle Greenhills in Manila where he obtained his kindergarten and elementary education, respectively. Due to his parents’ insistence that he grow up grounded without being overwhelmed by his family’s stature, Bongbong was sent to England where he lived and studied in an all-boys Benedictine abbey, Worth School. Thereafter, he pursued his undergraduate degree, graduating with a Special Diploma in Social Studies from Oxford University in England.
- In his desire to pursue further studies, Bongbong took up Masters in Business Administration in Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, USA. Though he felt privileged to enter such an esteemed institution, he had to cut his studies short because he was elected Vice-Governor of the province of Ilocos Norte in 1981, at a young age of 23. He succeeded as Governor of the province from 1983 to 1986.
- After his family’s return from exile in 1992, Bongbong served as Congressman in the Second District of Ilocos Norte. Among the measures he authored was the landmark law establishing the Philippine Youth Commission.
- He was instrumental in advancing the cause of cooperatives by devoting most of his Countryside Development Fund (CDF) to organising the cooperatives of teachers and farmers in his home province.
- From 1998 to 2007, Bongbong served as Governor of Ilocos Norte where he served for three consecutive terms. During his tenure, he transformed Ilocos Norte into a first-class province of international acclaim, showcasing its natural and cultural destination areas.
- It was also during his stewardship that Ilocos Norte became a pioneer in wind power technology which, to this day, serves as an alternative source of energy not only for the needs of his province, but for the other parts of northern Luzon as well.
- Bongbong was again elected to Congress, where he was appointed Deputy Minority Leader of the House of Representatives.
- During this term, one of the important pieces of legislation he authored was the Philippine Archipelagic Baselines Law (Republic Act No. 9522).
- BBM-SARA Rescue and relief operations help Typhoon Odette Victims
- FORMER senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on Saturday pledged to double down on relief efforts and continue sending aid to people affected and displaced by Typhoon Odette.
- “That’s why we sent almost 30 tons of water to various areas and a filtration kit. We are worried about a cholera outbreak, the bacteria, because of dirty water. From the lessons from Yolanda, water is the first thing. After sending food, water is a must and then construction materials. We must help those with destroyed homes to repair or rebuild,”
- “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio arrived here on Monday and distributed over P2 million in cash and P1.8 million worth of food supply to victims of Typhoon “Odette”.
- An additional 2,000 bags of rice from Marcos and Duterte-Carpioarrive here on today, December 22
- BBM-Sara UniTeam volunteers prepare aid for people affected by ‘Odette’, December 17 2021
- 6,000 relief packages for Samar; 6,000 for Leyte; and 6,000 for Masbate. Volunteers are preparing other batches of relief goods for distribution to other affected areas.
- Many relief operations for Yolanda Survivors 2013
- For Odette Victims 2021The BBM (Bongbong Marcos)-Sara UniTeam next visited Butuan City where about 7,000 families from 43 barangay (villages) were affected by the typhoon.
- “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio on Sunday continued their relief operations in typhoon-hit areas in Leyte, Butuan, Bohol, Cebu and Masbate.
- Marcos and Romualdez met with Mercado at the provincial capitol and handed over P2-million financial assistance and P2.5-million worth of relief goods from UniTeam in a simple ceremony.
- “Catbalogan is already part of our regular medical missions, but with the help of kind organisations, we were able to add relief goods and school supplies for the children”
- Former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on Friday started his planned relief operations for the evacuees of Taal Volcano in the town of Tuy in Batangas.
- Marcos Jr., Sara deliver P28.6-million cash aid, P48.3-million relief to Odette victims
- Bongbong, Sara deliver over P38-M in cash and relief goods to ‘Odette’ victims
- Some BBM-SARA UNITEAM RELIEF OPS:
- Southern Leyte- 2 Million Pesos Financial Assistance, 2.5 Million Pesos worth of Relief Goods
- Agusan Del Norte- 2 Million Pesos Financial Assistance, 5 Million Pesos worth of Relief Goods
- Bohol- 2 Million Pesos Financial Assistance, 1 Million Pesos worth of Relief Goods, 800 bags of rice
- Cebu- 2 Million Pesos Financial Assistance, 10 Million Pesos worth of Relief Goods, 1 Million Pesos worth of construction materials, 50 Sacks of rice
- 35,000 Litres of clean water, Lapu Lapu City
- Clearing operations in Siargao and Surigao
- Relief Operations for Caubian Island
- Satellite dish installations, Typhoon Odette
- Christmas Gift Giving Mabalacat, Pampanga
- Uniteam helps Odette victims at Masbate, Silay, Negros Occidental, Capiz, Siargao
- Relief operations Southern Leyte, Butuan, Bohol
- Pateros fire relief operations
- Turnover of PPE donations
- Birthday Donation Drive
- Community Pantry Donations
- Face Shields for PNP
- Relief goods for Isabela Province
- Tacloban Covid-19 Preparedness
- Relief goods for Rizal
- Ilocos Norte Covid-19 Preparedness
- Feeding mission at Barangay Tumana, Nangka Elementary School
- Typhoon Maring Relief Operations Cagayan, Tuguegarao, Isabela
- Ilocos Sur Typhoon Maring Relief Operations
- Batangas Relief Operations
“BBM CONCRETE PLANS AND PLATFORMS”
BBM bares job creation plans, support for biz sectors. https://businessmirror.com.ph/2022/01/17/bbm-bares-job-creation-plans-support-for-biz-sectors/
Marcos vows review of health care system.
Bongbong Marcos, Sara Duterte vow to ‘continue, improve President’s achievements’
Marcos vows support to Filipino inventors, pushes for solar panels to address power woes.
Bongbong Marcos vows to create more jobs for economic recovery.
Digital infrastructure Marcos-Sara priority.
Bongbong wants agriculture prioritised next to education.
Marcos wants more jobs in MSMEs, agriculture, tourism.
Marcos vows to transform PH into a logistics powerhouse.
BBM-Sara team vows to address malnutrition.
RELIEF OPERATION SA MARING PH
PAMAMAHAGI BG ESSENTIAL FOOD AND HEALTH CARE SA HOSPITALS
NEEDS OF FRONTLINERS
TULONG SA KOMUNIDAD AS PRIVATE CITIZEN
FIRE RESCUE (2)
FACE MASK AND FACE SHIELD
KAGAMITAN SA ISABELLA
CAGAYAN AND ISABELLA
(Credits: Eugene Laurentum Facebook)
*PLEASE DO NOT STATE THAT FACEBOOK IS NOT A SOURCE; IT WAS JUST USED AS A MEDIUM, AND THERE ARE PHOTOS AND VIDEO EVIDENCES! *
An additional answer to “Why BBM?” is Miriam Defensor Santiago. THE Miriam Defensor Santiago! They were running mates in the previous 2016 elections. Clearly meaning, Santiago had all the trust and all the faith in supporting Bongbong Marcos to lead this country. So, if the IRON LADY OF ASIA HERSELF said that he is the BEST successor, why not him?
Santiago: If something happens to me as president, Marcos is the BEST successor.
Santiago: “Pag wala na ako, si Bongbong naman.”
Estate Tax Issue:
“Mga OPISYAL ng BIR: BBM, DI PWEDENG panagutin sa isyu ng estate tax”
Special Diploma Issue:
Bongbong Marcos Numbered 66 at ‘100 Notable alumni of University of Oxford’
Miriam Defensor Santiago: “Well, at least he was exposed to Oxford. Exposure is better than nothing.”
(Antolin Reyes Facebook) https://www.facebook.com/groups/323418963094113/posts/335533261882683/
“BBM HAS A DEGREE!”
Most Pinks see BBM as a non-degree holder based on an alleged “official email” from Oxford and opinions of a certain “Oxford Filipino Breakfast Club.”
As someone who was taught the basic principles of making a study and research, which includes using sources that are more relevant to the time of the desired “topic” I was not satisfied by these provided sources used to claim that BBM is not a degree holder, so I made my own research and this is what I found.
Here is the link of the photo of the Special Diploma with DEGREE confirmation
Mode-of Study: FULL-TIME
*UNDERSTAND WHAT IS THE ATTACHED DOCUMENT. See attached document and convince yourself that BBM still doesn’t have a college degree.
*If you think this is fake? Why no one filed falsification of document or at least go to Oxford University to verify the Diploma? Did Wharton failed to verify the said document for the admission of BBM sa Master’s program?
St Edmund Hall Magazine (Oxford’s official school magazine)
There are 2 St Edmund Hall Magazines that listed “Special Diploma in Social Studies” as a “DEGREE.”
1st St Edmund Hall Magazine 1996-1997
In this issue “Special Diploma in Social Studies” was listed under “Graduate Degrees” on page 123
2nd St Edmund Hall Magazine
In this issue “Special Diploma in Social Studies” was listed under “DEGREE RESULTS” as a Higher Degree on page 71
Both official school magazines from Oxford contradict the implications of what a “Special Diploma in Social Studies” has in the alleged “official email” from Oxford. But one thing I don’t see as questionable in the email is that the diploma BBM received was “LEGIT” from Oxford.
For people who are interested in finding out more about The relevant Examination Statutes relating to the
“Special Diploma in Social Studies.”
We get to know more thanks to Loida Jordan.
*This contradicts the alleged “official email” of Oxford
”It is not possible to provide a definitive answer with respect to the status of the Special Diploma relative to other courses of study offered by the University at that time.” – FOI University of Oxford.
This explains how a special diploma works. Who, when, and how it’ll be awarded on a certain person. Special diploma is actually an academic program
If hindi parin kayo convince. Let us use LOGIC:
- HOW DID BONGBONG MARCOS GET TO WHARTON?
If Bongbong Marcos didn’t finish the equivalent of a college degree, why did Wharton accept him for their MBA program?
Isn’t a college degree “or its equivalent” a prerequisite to a graduate school program?
- WAS MIRIAM DEFENSOR-SANTIAGO A LIAR?
If BBM didn’t finish the equivalent of a “Bachelor’s degree”, are you saying Miriam Defensor-Santiago lied to the public when she said, on national TV, that one of the reasons she chose Bongbong Marcos as her VP is he was her student at the UP College of Law?
If it’s true that BBM went to UP College of Law, how did he get admitted if he didn’t have a college degree “or it’s equivalent”?
- WHAT DID BBM DO AT OXFORD FOR 3 YEARS?
*If you look at the list of Oxford’s degrees, you will notice that MOST of their social science courses are three years.
*BBM entered Oxford in 1975 and got his Diploma in 1978. That’s three years. Isn’t that consistent with the 3-year social science courses at Oxford?
For the full context of this “Logic” argument, click this link: https://www.awakeph.com/bongbong-marcos-oxford-diploma/…#
Top 100 Notable alumni of University of Oxford- #66
What I have presented:
- An official document of the DEGREE CONFIRMATION na galing mismo sa Oxford
- A link to prove that the Special Diploma was listed under “Graduate degree” program of St. Edmund Oxford
- I also addressed the alleged “email” from Oxford. Thanks to Loida Jordan
- I also presented a link that explained how Special Diploma works and that it is actually an Academic Program
- I also raised an arguments using LOGIC in a form of question for you to ponder
- Lastly, i also presented that BBM is part of Top 100(#66) alumni of Oxford
Counter arguments from pinks:
- “Oxford says Bongbong Marcos’ special diploma is ‘not a full graduate diploma’”
But, this reply from Oxford din
contradicts the statement. Thanks to Loida Jordan
“It is not possible to provide a definitive answer with respect to the status of the Special Diploma relative to other courses of study offered by the University at that time.” – FOI University of Oxford.
- “Bakit walang graduation photo si BBM?”
You can get your diploma even without attending the graduation
- Did the Rappler, Ruston Banal specify the year(1975-1978) where BBM was in Oxford
*Bakit dapat i specify? Kasi 2022 na ngayon at marami ng nagbago sa Educational system ng Oxford
- Why Rappler and some fact checkers didn’t even bother to include the DEGREE confirmation sa Special Diploma ni BBM sa research/reporting nila?
*If hindi bias, balanced yung research. You need to get information from both sides”
Bangui Windmill Issue:
(Tio Moreno’s Facebook Comment)
Contrary to the opposition’s claim, the Bangui Windmill project is not claimed by Bongbong Marcos. It’s a project made possible by his office to address Ilocos’ problem with brownouts and a limited supply of electricity. In terms of economics, this is a very sound decision.
Scarcity occurs when human desires for goods and services outnumber available supply. People make decisions based on their own interest, weighing the advantages and disadvantages. Every society, at every level, must make decisions about how to best allocate its resources. There is a scarcity of electricity, but there is an abundance of wind and land.
BBM paved the way for the windmill project to come to fruition. He allowed companies to invest in Ilocos and build a windmill project for the benefit of his constituents. Of course, he needed to find a way to make it happen. This is where the private companies that funded the entire project come into play.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) carried out a wind resource analysis and mapping study in 1996. It concluded that various areas in the Philippines, including Bangui and Burgos towns in Ilocos Norte, Batanes and Babuyan Islands north of Luzon, and the higher interior terrain of Mindoro, Samar, Leyte, Panay, Negros, Cebu, Palawan, and Eastern Mindanao, are amenable to wind power installation.
Why are we not seeing windmills in these places? Why is it that only Bangui is the most economically successful?
This is because BBM works hard to achieve a specified goal.
If you still don’t understand, consider this example. The OVP created a booklet of VP Leni Robredo’s projects and programs. The Angat Buhay Program, for example, was regarded as one of her accomplishments. This program is not funded directly by Leni; rather, it is supported by sponsors or donors and the non-governmental organisations with which they have partnered. Why do you give Leni credit for this? Now the answer is dependent on your mind, assuming you have one. “
(Thinking Pinoy Facebook)
TAX EVASION CASE:
“Marcos Is Cleared of All Charges In Racketeering and Fraud Case”
“Ill gotten wealth”
(Antolin Reyes Facebook)
Why BBM❓Track record and Platforms/Programs in AGRICULTURE 🌾
✅Formed Cooperatives to provide better market opportunities opportunities to rice producers in Ilocos
✅Provided 5 million pesos revolving fund to support rice producers in Ilocos Norte
✅Opened Ilocos rice producer to bigger market to all over the Philippines through the Provincial Cooperative
✅ He transformed Ilocos Norte from Net importer of rice to Exporter of Rice. Increasing production by 283% of demand
✅Awards and Achievements received by Ilocos Norte under BBM’s Governance in Agriculture
* Please refer to the attached photo 👇
✅He established processing and storage facilities for the province’s primary agricultural products such as rice, tomato, mungbean and tobacco, among others
✅Senate Bill No. 14 : National Irrigation Program of 2013
*This bill sought to establish a progressive and effective irrigation method that would accelerate agricultural production. It required various agencies to irrigate ninety-five (95%) of irrigable lands nationwide within a period of three (3) years from the effectiveness of the said bill.
✅Senate Bill No. 1863 : Anti-Rice Wastage Act of 2013
*The bill makes it unlawful for restaurants, hotels, inns and other eateries to refuse a customer’s request to serve less than a cup of rice. The bill was filed to encourage consumers from wasting rice when eating out.
✅Senate Bill No. 409 : Philippine Soybean Authority Act of 2013
*This bill sought to create the Philippine Soybeans Authority. It was filed to promote the cultivation, production, processing, marketing and distribution of soybean products.
✅Tobacco Excise Tax
*During his tenure as Senator, BBM was known to constantly defend the interests of tobacco farmers against the unreasonable and disproportionate increase in excise taxes on tobacco products. According to him, the imposition of unreasonable excise taxes would destroy the livelihood of tobacco farmers and the tobacco industry as a whole.
✅ Senate hearing: Rice smuggling modus operandi uncovered
✅ Ito ang ilan sa mga plano ni BBM at naipong impormasyon mula sa mga nakaraang media interviews, public appearances, vlogs, atbp. interviews
*Please refer to the attached photo 👇
✅Vlogs about Agriculture
📌”Mas murang Pagkain”
📌”Ang sikreto ng agriculture ng Ilocos Norte”: https://youtu.be/fbv1zn8bf2k
Part 1: https://youtu.be/JOitM0LRxfE
Part 2: https://youtu.be/7dEv06dSiqQ
📌Food security: https://youtu.be/vK1CXivoans
📌Coconut Mills: https://youtu.be/J8W2Qfpj7bw
📌Rice TarifficationTariffication: https://youtu.be/ePdeWubNTf4
📌Kadiwa Store system: https://youtu.be/y2S0qonSOQc
📌Rice to the occasion: https://youtu.be/5d7rrAQdJzA
✅Go negosyo interview
✅SMNI “ The Deep Probe” (Clip of the Agriculture part)
To all Farmers, Fishermen, and to all in the agriculture industry, BBM is the best man for the job in addressing our sector 🌾🐟🐓
Lets vote Bongbong Marcos for President (#7 sa balota)and Mayor Inday Sara Duterte for Vice President( #4 sa balota) ❤️💚✌️👊 #Agrikultura #BBMSARA2022 #WhyBBM
(Thea Tan Facebook)
“BAKIT SI BBM? TRACK RECORD NI BBM SA AGRIKULTURA”
SENATE BILL NO. 14: “NATIONAL IRRIGATION PROGRAM of 2013”
Isa sa major reasons ko kung bakit pinili ko si BBM ay ang mga bills na isinusulong nya ay sensible, praktikal, at kailangan talaga ng mga tao. Isa na rito ang.
Ang Senate Bill #14 ay naghahangad na magtatag ng isang progresibo at epektibong paraan ng patubig na mag papabilis sa produksyon ng agrikultura.
Nangangailangan ito ng iba’t ibang ahensya na katubigan ang 95% ng mga “irrigable lands” sa buong bansa sa loob ng tatlong (3) taon mula sa bisa ng nasabing panukalang batas.
According to BBM, ang “comprehensive agrarian reform” ay mag bubuo, magpapanumbalik at magre-rehabilitate ng mga sistema at pasilidad ng irigasyon gamit ang mga progresibo at modernong pamamaraan, patuloy na “research and development”, at paggamit ng makabagong teknolohiya sa pag-upgrade ng paraan ng patubig.
Ang bill na ito ay nag-uutos din sa NIA na magbigay ng teknikal at pinansyal na tulong sa mga yunit ng lokal na pamahalaan, kooperatiba, asosasyon ng mga magsasaka, gayundin ang mga non-government na organisasyon na may paggalang sa mga sistema ng irigasyon sa kani-kanilang mga nasasakupan.
What do you think of this initiative by BBM?
Read the entire bill here:: https://legacy.senate.gov.ph/lisdata/1582213059!.pdf
(Thea Tan Facebook)
“Bakit si BBM? BBM Track Record Series 1”
BONGBONG MARCOS’ TRACK RECORD ON EDUCATION
TRACK RECORD NI BBM SA PARTE NG EDUKASYON
Sa “A la juventud Filipina”, sinabi ni Dr. Jose P. Rizal na: “Ang kabataan ang pag-asa ng ating bayan.”
Isa sa mga nagustuhan ko kay BBM ay naniniwala siya sa “empowerment of youth”.
In fact, ito ang pinaka unang batas na kanyang akda bilang bagong congressman noong 1992: ang pagtatatag ng Philippine Youth Commission.
Naniniwala si BBM na importante ang edukasyon sa “nation building”. Hindi kasi uunlad ang bansa natin kung marami sa mga Pilipino ang bobo, lutang at madaling ma-brainwash.
Para kay BBM, importante ang “educated citizens” at “high literacy rate”– lalo na sa mga kabataan — para sa ikauunlad ng bayan.
Kaya mahalaga na ang mga kabataan ay may pinag-aralan dahil ang YOUTH ay silang responsable at parte ng pagpapaunlad at pagsusulong ng ng teknolohiya para sa bansa.
When BBM was senator, he filed the following bills to improve the state of education in the country:
SENATE BILL NO. 3016: PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS’ SALARY UPGRADING ACT
Layunin ng panukalang batas na ito na itaas ang kompensasyon ng mga guro sa public schools mula Salary Grade 11 o humigit-kumulang P18,000 kada buwan hanggang Salary Grade 15 o humigit-kumulang P25,000 kada buwan.
Ang panukalang batas ay inihain upang gawing mas “competitive” ang minimum salary ng mga guro sa public schools kung iko-kompara ito sa minimum salary ng ibang professionals.
Read full text of the bill here: https://www.bongbongmarcos.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/SBN-3106.pdf
SENATE BILL NO. 2531: TEACHERS EDUCATION ACT OF 2010
Ang panukalang batas na ito ay may mandato na magkaroon ng “continuing education” para sa lahat ng private and public school teachers sa lahat ng antas ng edukasyon.
Ang panukalang batas ay inihain upang palakasin ang sistema ng edukasyon ng bansa sa pamamagitan ng pagsuporta sa mga guro.
Read full text of the bill here: https://www.bongbongmarcos.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/SBN-2531.pdf
SENATE BILL NO. 2532 : FIRST CLASS PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ACT OF 2010
Ginawang mandatory ng panukalang batas na into na ang lahat ng libraries sa mga public schools ay maging “first class libraries”.
Sa pamamagitan ng panukalang batas na ito ay tataas ang kalidad ng edukasyon sa mga pampublikong paaralan.
Read full text of the bill here: https://www.bongbongmarcos.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/SBN-2531.pdf
SENATE BILL NO. 2188: MORATORIUM ON THE CREATION OR CONVERSION OF STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES ACT OF 2010
Hinangad ng panukalang batas na nag-impose ng 3-taong moratorium sa paggawa ng mga bagong state universities and colleges.
Ang panukalang batas ay inihain upang bigyan ang Kongreso at ang Commission on Higher Education (CHED) ng mas maraming oras upang masuri at i-upgrade ang mga kasalukuyang state colleges and universities para ang mga ito ay maging competitive.
Read full text of the bill here: https://www.bongbongmarcos.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/SBN-2188.pdf
SENATE BILL NO. 1191: PAG-ASA SA PAGLAYA SA PAGBABASA
Binigyang-diin ng “Redemption through Reading” bill ang kahalagahan ng edukasyon — para sa mga bilanggo na nakalaya at muling ma “reintegrate” sa lipunan.
Read full text here: https://www.bongbongmarcos.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/SBN-1191.pdf
Isa sa mga nakikita kong issue ngayon ay ang quality ng edukasyon sa Pilipinas. Kaya maraming mema sa comprehension at “off-tangent” na arguments ang nababasa natin sa social media.
The right to education is a well-defined right. Ang pamahalaan natin ay may obligation na mag-ensure na ang lahat ng mga Pilipino ay may access sa “quality education”.
Ang mga panukalang batas na itinakda ni BBM ay important para ma-iprove ang quality ng edukasyon at mas lalong tumaas ang “literacy rate” sa bansa natin.
By the way, track record pa lang ito ni BBM sa education, hindi pa po ito ang plataporma ni BBM sa edukasyon.
I will write my #BBMPlatformSeries after I write this series.
I highly recommend reading these bills related to education to understand some of the intentions and the aspirations of Bongbong Marcos for the Filipinos.
(Gian Chris Almanda Co Facebook) (https://www.facebook.com/rodprince.co/posts/640080287107414)
TO ALL PUBLIC TEACHERS: Do you know that in 2012, BBM introduced a senate bill for public teachers’ upgrading your salary? IT WASN’T APPROVED, and was stopped at the first reading. Reason? hmm probably because he is a Marcos and the president that time was an Aquino lol
In 2016, he then again filed another senate bill (109) with the same purpose, to upgrade public teachers’ salary grade 11 to 15. (see how persistent he was)
It just goes to show that BBM seriously has plans to invest in our teachers.
BBM on LGBTQ+ Community:
PS: The mentioning of other Presidential Candidates in this part of the Docs is not for any indulgement in negative campaigning, but rather a comparison of stands on statements regards SAME-SEX MARRIAGE.
Isko Moreno- NO
Manny Pacquiao- NO
Leni Robredo- Same sex union
Ping Lacson- Civil Union (YES), Same-sex marriage in church: (NO)
BBM on Climate Change:
Before this world wide problem of climate change and the scientists’ protest incident circulated all over the internet, Bongbong Marcos already had a few statements and plans for this specific issue. In-fact, one of his platforms was called ‘Climate Change Adaptation Program’ which proves that he has been very aware, and has been studying this world wide concern a lot since it became this relevant everywhere. In his Youtube channel (Bongbong Marcos), he also had two videos posted which are called ‘Climate Justice’ (Posted November 21, 2022) and ‘Climate Strike’ (Posted September 28, 2018) that talks about these climate problems which are one of the biggest concerns for humanity right now. If Bongbong Marcos wins as president, he can be a big help to not only our country but can also contribute to the planet and the world. In 2013, he also proposed massive irrigation projects to mitigate climate change ‘Marcos proposes massive irrigation projects to mitigate effects of climate change’ (July 3, 2013), he also passed SO MANY bills and concerns regarding climate change. If our next president is already aware, already acting for a change, a long-time visionary, and already has plans to fix certain issues before everyone else is alarmed, that could be a beneficial advantage for the Philippines.
“This climate change is a greater risk to humanity than the pandemic will ever be.” – Bongbong Marcos
Bongbong Marcos The Deep Probe: SMNI Presidential Candidates Interview
SMNI Presidential Debate 2022
The 2022 Presidential One-On-One Interviews with Boy Abunda featuring Former Senator Bongbong Marcos
BBM answers questions at BBM-Sara Grand Rally in Marikina
BBM Platform Video:
Bongbong Marcos Youtube Channel (Since 2009)
Very Short Empirical Conception:
The sins of the father can not or never were inherited by the son. He did not choose to be born a Marcos. We can not close our eyes on his capability and intelligence to lead just because of his last name. For almost 40 years, all the backlash, all the anger, and all the hatred that people throw at Bongbong because of his father, he has never gotten angry. Has he ever got revenge? No. Was there something ever heard anywhere that he himself ordered to kill a person? No. Did he ever seem even just a bit irritated? No. Does he support negative campaigning? No. Has he ever said ill about his fellow candidate? No. Has he ever done something so inhumane such as murder? No. Bongbong Marcos is genuinely and sincerely a NICE person. We strongly believe has the intellectual competence, military knowledge, and discerning intelligence to become a president. And let’s not beat around the bush, if you are an ‘anti’ reader, you probably already had a thought and judgement before even reading these so, ears and eyes might be closed to these points of view. If those issues are not propaganda, then what? We have too much in mind to say that stating it all would be formidable thus this conception is a small small summary to our reasons for our choice of presidential candidate. We are willing to listen, we are willing to hear. The ‘comment’ option and the ‘suggest edits’ option is open in this Google Doc. Thank you for lending your time to reading!