The online media records of Cinema Centenario were seen to toss a shade at Toni Gonzaga, who as of late drew fire for her meeting with previous representative and crushed bad habit official up-and-comer Bongbong Marcos on her YouTube video blog.
In view of this, The TV have moved on Tuesday after she transferred the most recent scene of her “Toni Talks” named “The Greatest Lesson Bongbong Marcos Learned From His Father.”
Along with this, The video portrayal of it peruses: “Glad Birthday Sir Bongbong Marcos! We are thankful to be offered the chance to hear your story.”
For this reason, The video promptly acquired reactions from some online media clients who helped Toni to remember the barbarities experienced by Filipinos when his dad set the country under Martial Law for a very long time.
Aside from Bongbong, Toni has recently highlighted common liberties legal counselor Chel Diokno, whose father was kept when the senior Marcos pronounced Martial Law. The TV show have additionally talked with Vice President Leni Robredo, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno, Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark Villar and Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade previously.
Consequently, Toni’s video was transferred seven days before the 43rd commemoration of the announcement of Martial Law in the country. The time frame saw the diminishing of common freedoms, extrajudicial killings and inexplicable vanishings, media persecution and financial downturn, among others.
It came about in an “time of exemption” where activists, common liberties safeguards and regular citizens were captured in the midst of the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus by encouraged formally dressed work force.
Morever, the London-based basic freedoms association Amnesty International said that “approximately 70,000 individuals were detained and 34,000 were tormented; more than 3,200 individuals were killed” from 1972 to 1981, during the years that Martial Law was forced.