Netizen Explains Why Ninoy Aquino Didn't Die a Filipino Hero Because He is Malaysian


A concerned netizen explained the reasons why the late Senator Ninoy Aquino didn't die a as a Filipino hero because during the time of his death he was carrying his Malaysian passport and therefore recognized as a Malaysian citizen.


According to concerned netizen Maureen Rose Mejia-Villar, she believed that the late Ninoy Aquino, the father of ex-Pres. Noynoy Aquino, is not worthy of being called a Filipino Hero.

The netizen revealed that Ninoy Aquino was carrying two passports the day he died and entered the Philippine illegaly because his Philippine "passport" carrying his name was apparently invalid during that particular point in time or during Aquino's arrival.



Ninoy Aquino's second passport under the name "Marcial Bonifacio" was legitimate, but it was for a Malaysian citizen. He used this Malaysian passport to buy his plane tickets to enter the Philippines again.

The concerned netizen also revealed on his long post that the late Ninoy Aquino as a convicted felon. Charged in the court of law with subversion, illegal possession of firearms, and MURDER. He was sentenced to die by firing squad but Pres. Marcos granted him reprieve and safe passage for him and his familty to the US for surgery.

Here's the Complete Explanations of the Concerned Netizens:

Ninoy didn't die a Filipino. He died a naturalized Malaysian citizen.

He was carrying two passports the day he died and entered the Philippines ILLEGALLY.

His Philippine passport was voided by the DFA back then. So, the Philippine "passport" carrying his name was apparently invalid during that point in time.

The 2nd passport under the name "Marcial Bonifacio" was legit. But it was Malaysian. And he used this one to buy his plane tickets to enter the country again.

I'm going to let this particular historical trivia sink in your brains for a moment.

Ok pa?



So, tell me, how does it feel that that a fake Filipino "hero" said that the Filipino is "worth dying for" pala?

Btw, Ninoy was a convicted felon. Charged in the court of law with subversion, illegal possession of firearms, and MURDER. He was sentenced to die by firing squad (by muskets).

But, for some odd reason, then President Marcos granted him reprieve and safe passage (for him and his family) to the US (Boston) for Ninoy to have a much needed heart by-pass surgery.

Yet, history is vague if he indeed ever obtained that particular surgery once he got to the United States.

What is known is that the Aquinos lived in relative comfort in an appointed brownstone in the Boston suburbs during their self-exile there.

Till the moment of Ninoy's demise, the late Ferdinand Marcos acted as Ninoy's friend and fraternity brother. But Ninoy always acted the envious, bitter, and back-stabbing friend towards the late President.

Because Ferdinand Marcos lead a charmed life even in the worst of circumstances.

Marcos was a WW2 veteran; a survivor of the Death March; a real soldier and a WW2 war hero. While Ninoy's family, especially the patriarch, was a known "MAKAPILI" in the Southern Tagalog region; a Japanese collaborator; a traitor to the country and his countrymen.

And Ninoy's war experience? Well, it's was just a footnote of his journalistic "exploits" in covering the Korean War from 1952-53...in the relative safety on Japanese soil.

Marcos was a brilliant lawyer of his time, a Bar topnotcher (1937). His defense of himself by himself got him ACQUITTED by the Supreme Court of the Philippines on the alleged assassination of his own father's political opponent in Ilocos. Marcos was initially accused of the murder because he was a well-known sharpshooter.

On the other hand, Ninoy never did become a lawyer despite his eloquence and fiery rhetoric. There is no record of him actually graduating from UP Law or taking the Bar Exams. Maybe he graduated Law from Ateneo or some other Law school? I don't know. Enlighten me.

(Sure, Ninoy could talk the talk, but actually walk the walk? It's highly doubtful. He wasn't even there with his party mates during the Plaza Miranda bombing when he should've been since he's one of the top Liberal Party officials in the early 70s.)

And Marcos got the girl.



Ah, yes, it's a little known fact that Ninoy Aquino did court Imelda Romualdez once, but the Rose of Tacloban chose and chose wisely...she married Marcos after just 11 days of courtship! (Unsa paman kunoy dugayan?)

So, Aquino settled for the heiress of the vast Hacienda Luisita (mis)fortune.

Not a bad deal, actually, but Ninoy's envy of Marcos festered and it was the constant cause of his political frustrations and unhappiness.

And the historical irony here is that Marcos and his surviving heirs are still being blamed for the miseries that Ninoy Aquino knowingly brought upon himself and his own family...and the country.

Martial Law was an executive decision to combat anarchy and the infestation of Communism in the country during the Marcos era.

When Cory Aquino assumed the Presidency in 1986, one of her presidential prerogatives was to save CPP-NPA founder and titular leader Joma Sison's life by releasing him...so he could go on exile to the Netherlands. It was the price of being Ninoy's friend.

Marcos didn't want Communism to take hold of the Philippines, Ninoy practically encouraged the rebel movement and was highly suspected in actually engaging in it.

Yes, Evil is subject to human perspective; and most of the time, perspectives can be faulty.

What is evil to you, may not be evil to someone else.

Now, tell me, how good is your comprehension?

In hindsight, maybe Galman did or didn't do the country any favors by icing Ninoy in the head; in the process making Ninoy a martyr; and mistakenly blaming Marcos for the assassination.

Who is the hero and the villain in this sad tale of jealousy and greed?

For me, the 'hero' is NOT the face of the man I see every single time I get hold of a 500 peso bill!

It's the WRONG face of a hero!

Source: Maureen Rose Mejia-Villar FB Page


Netizen Explains Why Ninoy Aquino Didn't Die a Filipino Hero Because He is Malaysian Netizen Explains Why Ninoy Aquino Didn't Die a Filipino Hero Because He is Malaysian Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 8/20/2018 Rating: 5

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