Concerned Netizen's Answer on "No Sense of History" Statement Went Viral


A concerned netizen shared a very interesting reply against the controversial statements released by some of the country's politicians that some Filipinos had "No Sense of History," for allowing former Pres. Marcos to be buried at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani.


Facebook user Malou Tiquia, a columnist at The Manila Times and founder of Publicus Asia Inc., posted on her social media account a response to the controversial no sense of history statement.

According to the concerned netizen, one of the reason why Pres. Duterte won during the 2016 national election is because Filipinos responded to the insulting question of having no sense of history.

Tiquia reminded the people who made such statements that there's a lot of sense of history when a single family were given by Filipinos the chance to be presidents, 24 years apart.

Here's the Complete Statement of Malou Tiquia on Facebook:

Filipinos have no sense of history? Really? No wonder Duterte won! That is in response to that insulting question to a nation who has held on to the promises of EDSA.

No sense of history? When a single family were given by Filipinos the chance to be presidents, 24 years apart, it says a lot of the sense of history of Filipinos.

They even elected Ramos, one of the main actors in EDSA 1, right? So that's 12 years of EDSA politics back-to-back and another of trying to rekindle EDSA in 2010 or a total of 18 years and where did it lead us?

Erap soared on his own n who deposed him? EDSA players, right? And who held captive Arroyo?

So Filipinos have no sense of history? That is a rhetorical statement cause history is both perspective and contextual. Beware of people who put down a nation simply because he did not agree with the Supreme Court.



Concerned Netizen's Answer on "No Sense of History" Statement Went Viral Concerned Netizen's Answer on "No Sense of History" Statement Went Viral Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 11/09/2016 Rating: 5

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