Should Filipinos "move on" from the alleged "atrocities" of the "Martial Law regime"?

The answer to that question depends on whether or not there still are options to do something to bring some sort of closure to the heartaches of the Martial Law Crybabies.

It seems, however, that while the Philippine Opposition led by the Yellowtards continue their shrill campaign keeping Martial Law Crybabyism a dominant aspect of their campaign, they evidently fail to offer a roadmap to achieving that closure. What more can be done if after more than 30 years of Yellowtard domination of the Philippines' political narrative, they have failed to contain the influence of the Marcos family which steadily grew over this period despite the Yellowtards' vehement efforts?

Perhaps one of the Yellowtard politicians should run on a platform that promises justice for so-called Martial Law "vicitms", vows to prosecute the Marcos family, and aims to sequester whatever wealth the Martial Law Crybabies claim this family still possess.

If the Yellowtards are convinced of the Marcoses' guilt, then they should walk their talk and field a slate and campaign to back that conviction. Otherwise, all they ever be will be no more than a bunch of baying Crybabies. And history will remember them as nothing more than just that.


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