Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Veteran Inquirer journalist sheds light on another case of the Aquino’s darkness



Photo credit: Art Sampana's Facebook page
The ever-so loved late President Cory Aquino apparently is as much a hero to both the masses and the rich. In 1988, she ignored the Legislative side of the government and became a sort of reverse Robin Hood when she let her security adviser, Charles McDougald, Emmanuel Soriano and a group of treasure hunter’s permission to excavate Manila’s Fort Santiago in order to selfishly hunt for gold. A precious metal which is rumored to be in abundance in the aforementioned fort.

Yet that is just the tip of the ice berg, Aquino in 1990 also sadly set aside the senate yet again letting 19.2-million pesos worth of executive funds flow to the spouses of congressmen. An early case of “pork barrel”. She didn’t even think twice and let the angry senators mingle with bile all while apologizing for it like the saint the people thought she was. The love that the people had for her was all it took to overshadow such a serious case of corruption, what a disgusting turn of events.

And lastly, the Aquino’s own deputy head of security of their oh-so beloved, farmer-enslaving Hacienda Luisita filed a civil case in Tarlac Regional Trial Court against the “heroic” Ninoy Aquino’s Hacienda Luisita Realty Corporation. Why? Because the “hero” excavated huge tracts of land, while he was Tarlac’s governor, in order to obtain gold from a cave in Bambang, 250-billion pesos worth of it. Riches no one has probably ever heard of since the Aquinos are so good at cleaning up their messes through their lackeys and public manipulation.

Open your minds to the other side of the story people, the Aquinos are not who we highly regard them to be, they are but an illusion of greatness, perfection, heroism and devotion that hides their truly shitty selves.

All these revelations came from the veteran Philippine Daily Inquirer journalist that documented them, Arturo Sampana whom with the help of Nimfa Rueda and Archie Jimenez, hope to bring light to these overshadowed acts of corruption from someone who took the place of the visionary president.

If it weren’t for journalists like Arturo Sampana who live to tell the true tail, then the Aquinos would gotten away with all of this, one way or the other.
Photo credit: Art Sampana's Facebook page
Photo credit: Art Sampana's Facebook page
Photo credit: Art Sampana's Facebook page
Photo credit: Art Sampana's Facebook page
Photo credit: Art Sampana's Facebook page
Photo credit: Art Sampana's Facebook page
Source: Art Sampana FB page