- The clandestine burial of Ferdinand Marcos at LNMB sparked outrage among many Filipinos
- On Nov. 30, Filipinos will once more march to EDSA to protest the said burial
- The gathering will be from 4 p.m. to 12 midnight
After the surreptitious burial of the dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB), enraged Filipinos chose November 30, Bonifacio Day, to once more converge at the EDSA Monument and vent out their opposition against the government.
The gathering is spearheaded by the Coalition Against Marcos’ Burial at LNMB (CAMB-LNMB).
It is scheduled to last for eight hours, from 4 p.m. to 12 midnight.
Those who want to attend the event and show their indignation against the apparent resurrection of the Marcoses to power can wear black.
Last Friday, when the remains of the dictator were interred at the national shrine, around 500 individuals gathered at the EDSA monument.
Another group, the Block Marcos group, will join the gathering, with emphasis that only true heroes are worthy of a space at the LNMB.
The CAMB welcomes “freedom loving citizens” to join them.
It its FB post, the group stated:
“CAMB believes this is the only condition by which we can truly forge a united front against the immediate foe: the Marcos family and their efforts at twisting historical facts to suit their return to power, with Duterte as their enabling agent.”
The group added, “Because with this treacherous glorification of the dictator, patalikod tayong sinaksak ng Duterte administration gamit ang punyal ng panakaw na paglilibing (we were stabbed in the back using the dagger of the surreptitious burial).”
Are the Filipinos ready for another EDSA? This may not be a laughing matter but kids are different and these kids can laugh at anything no matter what.