Monday, August 30, 2021


 Recommended Running Mate Of Manny Pacquiao For President of the Philippines

Forget about the Laban PDP Party. Run on your own Independent Party because these 2 Parties including the Yellows have their own agenda who's aims are against you in your candidacy. All they are  parasitic organization working against you. In the end other politician will follow your party because of your popularity and a sure bet as president of the Philippines.

A lawyer and TV host who was once newspaper publisher, congressman, and speechwriter to 3 Philippine presidents, Foreign Secretary Teodoro "Teddyboy" Locsin Jr brings a complex persona to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).

President Rodrigo Duterte's announcement on October 12 that he offered Locsin the post of foreign secretary was thus a pleasant surprise to many, including in the DFA. Locsin took his oath on October 17.

In his opening salvo before DFA personnel, Locsin showed the way he understands an independent foreign policy, a principle that is enshrined in the Constitution and is now a battlecry of Duterte's government.

"It is not independent foreign policy if you simply switch the master that you are kneeling before. Independent foreign policy means getting off your

knees, on your feet, to stand up for our country," Locsin said in his October 31 speech before DFA workers.All these qualification should help your candidacy for president if he agrees to do most of the campaigns for you. 

Locsin was previously the Philippines' permanent representative to the United Nations, a post he had occupied since April 2017.

He replaced politician-turned-diplomat Alan Peter Cayetano, who resigned to run for congressman in the 2019 midterm elections.

Additional Information on your campaign against Marcos.

It was in the 80s when revelations that former president Ferdinand Marcos 
supposedly faked his military record during the Second World War surfaced.

In 1971, a treasure hunter uncovered lost gold that had been looted and concealed by the Japanese army during WWII. But after a dictator heard of the discovery, he pursued the treasure for himself.

Former president of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos, came into power on the back of a populist campaign that promised to, among other things, make the country great again. He made close ties with the military, declared martial law in 1972, and was accused of countless human rights abuses. Marcos also began to siphon money out of state coffers while enriching his closest friends and allies at the same time. In this first episode of Big Steal, we learn how the former president, became one of the richest, and most corrupt men, in Southeast Asia, until it all came crashing down.

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