Ferdinand Marcos Quotes About Love, Life, Education, Death, Exam

Ferdinand Marcos Quotes About Love, Life, Education, Death, Exam

Ferdinand Marcos Quotes About Love, Life, Education, Death, Exam

The one indisputable reality of dictatorship is that dissent, insult, and malevolent language do not go unpunished if it is allowed at all.

Ferdinand Marcos

Let us not be so naive as to think that revolution is just a matter of social or economic discontent.

Ferdinand Marcos

Let us not be carried away by the undisguised agitations of leaders who virtually asked people to take the law into their own hands.

Ferdinand Marcos

To preserve our sovereign integrity, we must prove to them nobody need tell us how to hold a clean and democratic election.

Ferdinand Marcos

Whatever be the challenges, whatever be the obstacles before us, I say to you as I say to everybody else that we will overcome.

Ferdinand Marcos

In the Philippines, the host should always be willing to defer to the wishes of the guest.

Ferdinand Marcos

So long as I’m president, communism will not thrive here.

Ferdinand Marcos

If it were true that special favors were given to some of these people because they are my cronies, then they should still be here, and they should be wealthy. But who are these cronies? If there be any cronies in government, point them out, and we will investigate.

Ferdinand Marcos

It is not true that I dictate what should be done. There is a dialogue.

Ferdinand Marcos

My friends in the opposition have forgotten that the constitution of the Philippines was amended in 1973 with their participation. The constitution mandates the administration, including the Batasan, or legislature, to convert slowly into a semiparliamentary form of government. The president in such a situation can issue decrees and edicts.

Ferdinand Marcos

We have no quarrel with a policy that seeks to support human rights.

Ferdinand Marcos

These statements about torture, about alleged misuse of power and things like that, insulted the Filipinos more than their leader because it was made to appear as if Filipinos would tolerate a leader who would torture his own people, who would utilize his executive prerogatives for abuses.

Ferdinand Marcos
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