On Ninoy Aquino, a comment.

@eileenleyva (10981)
Philippines
September 15, 2016 6:58pm CST
I was so impressed with the genius and the courage of this man. He also has the gift of gab that magnetized people to come and listen to him. I was so sad for his life cut short, and sort of grieved we would not have the pleasure of listening to his ideas. his thoughts, his musings. All of a sudden, though with much prodding, his wife took over,. and ran a nation with the way she knew best: attend to the family's needs. Little did she know that she was preparing her own son to a job his father has inadvertently loaded on his shoulders. I was shocked. or rather surprised by the brilliance of the son, his father's legacy personified in his statesmanship. and ran the nation with utmost moral ascendancy and genius absolutely befitting to be the hero's son. Thank you, Ninoy. for the supreme sacrifice. You gave us not only your life, but your family as well. It has brought the country to greater heights. But to Noynoy, is it too much to ask that you assist Leni, our veep? We need a leader like your father and mother again. We need you.
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@MattMeng (3271)
• Hangzhou, China
16 Sep 16
What is the story of the hero?
@shivamani10 (11200)
• Hyderabad, India
16 Sep 16
@eileenleyva I was thinking, and trying to recollect the name as heard...very familiar..but where..? Now I could recollect. While I was studying Spanish foreign language course I have come across this man. I got it completely now. Thanks for the information once again. I am having good memory power. thanQ. It was actually a test for my memory.
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@MattMeng (3271)
• Hangzhou, China
16 Sep 16
@eileenleyva Thank you very much for your instroduce
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@toniganzon (53314)
• Philippines
16 Sep 16
the things we know and we don't know...
@eileenleyva (10981)
• Philippines
16 Sep 16
What is it that you don't know?
@toniganzon (53314)
• Philippines
17 Sep 16
@eileenleyva The truth. Everything seems to be a lie.
@shivamani10 (11200)
• Hyderabad, India
16 Sep 16
Many many thanks for writing about this Hero. Good information on Ninoy
@eileenleyva (10981)
• Philippines
16 Sep 16
i believed in his principle of non-violence.
@shivamani10 (11200)
• Hyderabad, India
16 Sep 16
@eileenleyva yeah..a good principle.
• Philippines
16 Sep 16
There's not much job for the Vice President unless what the President gives him and she's more on the housing thing. Come on, give his son noy a break, he's done too much work already. Others deserve a chance and the aquino had their chance twice and still people didn't change. Were in fact, they're still frustrated with the way of the way of society and country being run. He was forced to run, he didn't volunteer. If his mom didn't die, gave a real exagerrated burial w/ all camera's here and there, no one's gonna pick him to run.
@eileenleyva (10981)
• Philippines
16 Sep 16
Knight, by now, I would have wished, that you would not write without getting your facts verified and validated. Sweeping statements such as what you wrote here are uncalled for. You know the economy grew in the last six years, with so many investors trusting the Philippines with their capital. And the tourists came, and our country and our people were hailed. Ninoy Aquino brought us to new heights. His intelligence and statesmanship was exceptional.