Bagong Lipunan (New Society) is a society urging the poor and the privileged to work as one for the common goals of society and to achieve the liberation of the Filipino people through self-realization.
This website is for Filipinos, especially those born after 1986, who like to learn more about the society established by the former Philippine president Ferdinand E. Marcos. Most of the history books in the Philippines failed to include the achievements of the said society. And through the social media, this website aims to give more information for Filipinos to know the truth about Bagong Lipunan.
The logo of this site shows the Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga Jefferyi) with the Philippine Sun and three golden-yellow stars. The Philippine Eagle is known as “Haribon” or “Haring Ibon” (King of the Skies) and symbolizes power and strength. The eagle symbol was used by former President Ferdinand E. Marcos to replace the sea-lion in the seal of the Philippine President. The Philippine Sun used in the coat-of-arms is adopted from the national flag, the eight rays represent the eight provinces placed under martial law at the onset of the revolution against Spain. On the sun there is an equilateral triangle, representing liberty, equality, and fraternity, which were the ideals of the Philippine revolution. The three golden-yellow stars represent country’s three main island groups — Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Colors white, yellow, red, and blue were used to be consistent with the Philippine flag and seal of the Philippine President.