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Justice for Ninoy is Justice for Apo Ferdie: Calling for One Truth on the Aquino Murder as Filipinos

Still Tread on Ambiguous Lines of an Unsettled History.


The proponent of this initiative, Antonio Ari Israel a UFO contactee, messianic priest and hereby made publicly known today in his contemporary capacity as Servant Israel founder of the Unto New Israel Movement, hereby evokes: 1) Mission: Servant Israel is urged by the God of Truth to plead and call for justice deserving Benigno Aquino Jr. and Ferdinand Marcos Sr. He is reminded that there is only one truth and where it is absent, a lie, like a parasite, takes over its place and multiplies. Hence, if the cause was founded on lies, its effect and multipliers should be undoubtedly the same because no root bears a different fruit. Just as the effects of an unknown cause from an unresolved historical case have produced, an unexplainable cause had yielded inexplicable effects. 2) The first cause and the effects: the murder of Ninoy Aquino culminated change with outcomes that went contrary to popular expectations 28 years ago. Under such newfound democracy, this Nation has sorely regressed. Coupled by the contemporary socio-political and economic decays, the truth behind the battle cry Justice for Ninoy now rots buried under heaps of half-truths and half-lies, if not, all lies. Albeit the indifference in past administrations to seek for the truth, lain is the stiff Marcos with a pervasive spirit remindful of an unsettled history. Consider: 2.1) Ninoy Aquinos murder in 1983 sat the precedence and recognized in this argument as the first cause. He was gunned down and buried in clothes stained with his own blood. That truth was only partial because the root of the matter or the essential truth in the motive was unfounded. Three years later and still without an acknowledged truth, speculations surrounding Ninoys death fomented two colossal effects: (1) allegations leading to Marcos ouster and (2) sympathetic praises putting Cory into power; 2.2) in retrospect to the parable what you sow is what you reap, the people reacted to some artificial truth and sowed hatred. As a consequence, the simulated effects it created were never in the exact proportion to the true cause that produced them. Contrary to what has been imposed since 1986, the impact of first EDSA was artificial for the consequences were not in the exact measure we now deserve to enjoy or to suffer. It could not be clear if the first EDSA exceeded in, abided by or deficiently created the proportionate effects that such a first cause deserves because the essential truth was hidden. The people will never know whether the hatred they sowed was justified because they were blinded from truth and unable to make a faithful assessment. What was made evident however that the first EDSA created chaotic effects that lingered onwards Corys tenure (coup attempts that failed) and between presidential successions after Corys term. For the second lady president-to-be, this phenomenon was repeated during an abrupt hierarchical transition of power from Estrada to Macapagal-Arroyo in 2001; 2.3) for those who occupied EDSA in 1986 and 2001, though likely the majority acted in good faith, they were called to gather and participate in dramas plotted on percolated

truths. Caught in the ambivalence, the crowd was ensnared to concerted malice. Unknown to them, they have done injustice not only to the two elects (Marcos and Estrada) but to this Nation. And had the people deposed these men over false accusations, the situations suggest that they were lured to act and violate Commandment No. 9 over two opportunities in a space of 15 years. Therefore, the EDSA participants might have clearly sinned against God for forestalling His divine plans. Both EDSA epics reflected scenes with similitude to the Jews picking Barabbas over Jesus in a Phariseeinstigated public prosecution [Cory, Cory! Gloria, Gloria!]; 2.4) the EDSA spirit much owed to the late Cardinal Sin and the people who occupied EDSA, possesses a characteristic that attacks and feasts on personal, family and career reputations. Starting from Marcos, two of the recent past presidents (Estrada and Macapagal-Arroyo) were caught-up in full disgrace to the world. The hypocrite and the ignorant might mock at them but such a dishonor for the involved is trivial compared to the more wrecking and greater shame it brings upon every Filipino. The works of this spirit are horrific to those in power, to our national identity and integrity (to ones enlightenment, one may reflect on the last moments of Angelo Reyes), and; 2.5) beware that the incumbent is not spared from any wrangling either. It will be told shortly how P-Noy and staff have managed the chucking of this un-banished restive spirit and its minions. 3) Official deposition: Justice for Ninoy was never served. Being the first cause but not in its truthful state, the induced effects it created were also in their languishing forms. Obviously, because the root foundation of our newfound democracy was totally void of justice and truth, a great majority of the cascading events that followed treaded on the same ambiguous lines as had been with the origin. So what immediate intervention should be done? 3.1) Fix the root cause and rectify the annals of history: Render justice for Ninoy. In effect, disclosing the truth and allowing it to permeate, justice for Marcos will ensue. PNoys incumbency provides the best opportunity for this. So please urge the President to Re-Open the AQUINO-GALMAN DOUBLE MURDER CASE. With the restoration of rightful justice, historical accounts will settle undisputedly because it would no longer be written out of dubious facts but on faithful truths. As such vigor could usher renewed trust in the justice system, people may develop greater respect of the Court towards pending major political cases. Hence peace will ensue. When there is peace, prosperity follows; 3.2) Banishing of restive spirits: though time might have eased-up everything for the living, whereby the degree of aggressiveness to pursue justice has diminished; ancient wisdom teaches that the soul and the spirit do not die with its body. The spirit (minions included) can sustain its original momentum and might even become aggressive, particularly when its body had manifested extreme release of passion before its death. As what could be gleaned from Ninoys pre-death and also perhaps with the intention of not laying Apo Ferdies remains to its final rest, anecdotal wisdom suggests that the spirits of these great men seek justice and may never rest until the desires of their hearts are met.