Are Some Filipinos Using Biased Media Presentations Instead Of Documentaries As Their "Evidence"?

Last March 17, 2015 was the 30th death anniversary of Flor Contemplacion. I'm just thankful that the theaters didn't re-screen that (insert curse word) film to commemorate that event. I don't know how I'd react if I had to walk around and see the B.S. called the Flor Contemplacion Story would be re-screened to remember someone who's not a heroine. Why do some Filipinos continue to insist that the late Flor is innocent? I guess it's because they would rather believe the biased media over actual documentary.

I wonder do they do enough research on Singapore before they jump into conclusions? I don't think so. It's probable that when they saw the film all they did was clap to Nora Aunor's performance as Flor, they clapped at the magnificent performance, they praised the twins who starred as themselves in the movie and they ignored every evidence that proved them wrong. For them, the film about Flor was all that mattered. Nothing else mattered but the "evidence" given by biased media like ABiaS-CBN and other pro-oligarch networks.

Does anybody remember "A Dangerous Life". If one could do some research, this film it does have some fictional events inserted into it. Characters such as Tony O' Neil were non-existent. Just thinking of a film supposedly based on the real events while having fictitious characters should make you think, "How do we know which is fabricated and which isn't?"

For years, many are still misled to believe that the late Marcos ordered the assassination of Ninoy. Why aren't the Aquinos and Cojuangcos interested to find out who really killed the late Ninoy? It's also stupid to how the late Jesse Robredo's investigation is still not continued. Please, resume investigating Ninoy's decades long death and don't wait until Robredo's death will reach decades and nothing's unearthed. Also, I'm already starting to have doubts whether or not Ninoy was really a hero or was he just after a power grab. Also, burying the late Marcos at the Libingan Ng Mga Bayani was right and proper because a lot of non-heroes were already buried there to start with. When Noynoy Aquino dies the government should allow his body to be buried there right next to the late Marcos.

Please, stop relying on biased media. ABiaS-CBN is too pro-Aquino and anti-everything not Aquino. It's best to get real evidence and not Aquino-based, Marcos-based or any one-sided documentary. Unfortunately, some just want to live in their echo chamber in Lala Land than face reality. 


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