Netizen sinupalpal si Nene Pimentel sa kanyang pahayag sa pag sasauli ng yaman ng Marcos

A netizen named Edwin Beltran berated former Senator Nene Pimentel on his remarks that it is not enough for the Marcos to just return their ill-gotten wealth, they should also pay for the people who died mercilessly during Marcos' Martial Law.




"Tutulong mga marcos s rehabilitasyon ngmarawi, donasyon ang gagawin nila d pgsosoli dhil wla silang ninakaw! Tindi ng galit mo tanda dhil b nkulong k nung martial law? Prepareho lng kyo nila ninoy binaboy nyo bansa mga pulitikong puro bunganga lng, bkt kht isang maliit n health center may naipagwa k? Wla d b? Puro lng kyo daldalTutulong mga marcos s rehabilitasyon ngmarawi, donasyon ang gagawin nila d pgsosoli dhil wla silang ninakaw! Tindi ng galit mo tanda dhil b nkulong k nung martial law? Prepareho lng kyo nila ninoy binaboy nyo bansa mga pulitikong puro bunganga lng, bkt kht isang maliit n health center may naipagwa k? Wla d b? Puro lng kyo daldal" 


Just in case they demand, who is going to be jailed for the crimes during Martial Law under Marcos rule?

What exactly do they want? What does this righteous people want from the Marcoses? Do they wish them be jailed? Who is going to prison? Are they expecting the Marcos family to create a miracle and bring back the dead from the grave?

On Sunday, a former Senator negatively reacted on the news that the Marcoses will return the known so-called ill-gotten wealth. The 83-year old Nene Pimentel claimed that returning it won't mean they are clear from human rights violations committed during the tyranny of former President Ferdinand Marcos.

The elder Pimentel expressed his pessimistic emotions through a radio interview stating that the Marcos might set conditions in exchange for returning the wealth.

"'Yun na nga nakakabahala. Ang ibig mo bang sabihin, isauli ang iilang gold bars, yung buhay ng mga taong napatay ay okay na lang, kalimutan na? Talagang mahirap e," he said.

"Hindi pwede na mag-sauli lang ng iilang gold bars, okay na," he added.



He said that the Marcos family is just trying to reclaim the MalacaƱang that is why they are saying that the deceased Marcos only tried to protect the Philippines' future economy which is why he hid it [wealth].

"Sabi nila, isauli nila para walang ano—and the only reason, sabi nila, was the father was just protecting the economy for the [eventuality] na umalis siya. He thought of regaining the MalacaƱang, that is why ganito ang lumabas na parang naitago," he said.

There were rumors that the family hid it all offshore and in some secret local accounts.

Pimentel also claimed that even if they admit that the former President Marcos did a lot of good deeds for the country, it can never cover up the people who died of torture during Martial Law.

"Parang si Bongbong Marcos, pinagyayabang niya na maraming nagawa ang tatay niya rito sa Pilipinas. Kahit aminin mo na totoo 'yun, ang paggawa mo ba ng mga daan ay ituturing mo nang kapalit sa buhay na napinsala at mga taong pinahirapan by way of torture during the martial law? Hindi nga e," he said.

"Dito sa offer ngayon na ilang gold bars ang isasauli, dapat maliwanag: Ilan ba ang gold bars na yan? Magkano ang value? At ikumpara mo sa tinatawag na nakaw na yaman ng mga Marcoses, ilan ang porsiyento nitong mga gold bars na isasauli, will represent the return of those illegally-stolen wealth," he added.

He also pointed out that the exact amassed wealth should be disclosed to the public.



"Kailangan talaga hindi puro haka-haka lang, dapat full disclosure saan ba ang mga hidden wealth naka-desposito? Ano ang kondisyon sa pagbabalik ng mga hidden wealth na ito? Sapagkat hindi naman pwede na parang sikreto lang ang pag-uusap," he said.

When Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos was asked about the return of wealth, she said that there is still no official negotiation between her family and the government but she is giving her full trust that President Rodrigo Duterte will handle it properly.

"Wala pa, wala pa. Tiwala kami sa presidente na siya ang makakapagtapos ng deka-dekadang kaso," Governor Marcos said in an ambush interview at the House of Representatives on Thursday.

"Ang pamilya nag-uusap pa, subalit nasa kamay pa ng mga abugado," she added.

It's strange that they put all the blame on the dead Marcos when his two generals are still alive and kicking who were even elected by the public as President of the country and the other as a Senator.


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