Thousand Reasons to celebrate Marcos Day

Ang araw na November 18 ay ginugunita ng mga Pilipino bilang “Marcos Day” dahil sa kanilang libo-libong rason at pagpapasalamat kay dating Pangulong Ferdinand E. Marcos.

Ito ang mga rason kung bakit ipinagdiriwang ang Marcos Day.

Notable Programs, Projects and Laws implemented
1) 13th Month Pay Bonus
2) No Pork Barrel
3) Death Penalty (thru Firing Squad) to Drug lords/dealers
4) Death Penalty to rapists (Maggie dela Riva case)
5) Kadiwa
6) Manila Transit Corporation (Love Bus)
7) North and South Luzon Expressway
8) Manila International Airport (MIA) of 1982
9) Code of Muslim Personal Laws (Presidential Decree No. 1083)
10) Calauit Safari Park of 1976
11) Manila Light Rail Transit (LRT) System

 

Completed Power Plants
1) Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, completed 1983
2) Leyte Geothermal Power Plant, completed 1977
3) Makiling-Banahaw Geothermal Power Plant, completed 1979
4) Tiwi Geothermal Power Plant, completed 1980
5) Angat Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1967
6) Kalayaan Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1982
7) Magat A Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1984
8) Magat B Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1984
9) Pantabangan Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1977
10) Agus 2 Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1979
11) Agus 4 Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1985
12) Agus 5 Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1985
13) Agus 7 Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1982
14) Pulangi Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1985
15) Agus 6 Hydro Electric Power plant, recommissioned in 1977
16) Masiway Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1980
17) Main Magat Hydro Electric Power Plant, completed 1983
18) Calaca Coal Power PlantCompleted in 1984,
19) Cebu Thermal Power Plant completed in 1981,
20) Palinpinon 1 Southern Negros Geothermal production Field completed in 1983.
… Not mentioned are diesel plants

Cory Aquino to Noynoy Aquino (30 Years After Marcos): Government-owned Power Plant = 0 (ZERO).

 

Every new power plant built during their time were all privately owned, mostly by Lopezes, Aboitiz, Aquino And Cojuanco Family, and some of them are now owners of some Power Plants completed during Marcos.

Completed Bridge Projects
1) Biliran Bridge150 meters long of Leyte, completed 1975
2) Buntun Bridge 1369 meters long of Tuguegarao-Solana, Cagayan, completed 1974
3) Candaba Viaduct Pulilan 5000 meters long of Bulacan-San Simon, Pampanga, completed 1976
4) Mactan-Mandaue Bridge 864 meters long of Lapu-Lapu-Mandaue, Cebu 1972
5) Magapit Suspension Bridge 449 meters long of Lal-lo, Cagayan completed 1978
6) Mawo Bridge 280 meters long Victoria, Northern Samar completed 1970
7) Patapat Viaduct 1300 meters long Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte completed 1986
9) San Juanico Bridge 2060 meters long Tacloban, Leyte-Santa Rita, Samar. Completed 1973
…Not to mention the unnamed hundreds of bridges under 100 meters long.
TOTAL LENGTH = 11,472 meters long

VS Cory Aquino, Fidel Ramos, Joseph Estrada, Gloria Macapagal, Ninoy Aquino III Combined completed Bridge projects in 26 years
1) Agas- agas Bridge, Southern Leyte 350 meters long completed 2006
2) Agat Bued Bridge, La Union 500 meters long completed 2010
3) Bamban Bridge, Pampanga 174 meters long completed 1998
4) Cansaga Bay Bridge, Cebu 640 meters long completed 2010
5) Jones Bridge, Isabela 350 meters long completed 2008
6) Macapagal Bridge, Agusan del Norte 907 meters long completed 2007
7) Magat Bridge, Isabela 926 meters long completed 1991
8) Marcelo Fernan Bridge, Cebu 1237 meters long 1999
9) Narciso Ramos Bridge, Pangasinan 1442 meters long completed 1997
10) Old Amburayan Bridge, Ilocos Sur 535meters long completed 2010
11) Pantal Bridge, Pangasinan 380 meters long completed 2008
TOTAL LENGTH = 7,441 meters

Established/Founded State Colleges/Universities (Partial List)
1) Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University in La Union founded in 1981
2) Mariano Marcos State University in Ilocos Norte founded in 1978
3) Kalinga-Apayao State College in Tabuk Kalinga founded in 1970
4) Abra State Institute of Science and Technology in Abra founded in 1983
5) Pangasinan State University founded in 1979
6) University of Northern Philippines founded in 1965
7) Philippine State College of Aeronautics founded in 1969
8) Cagayan State University established in 1978
9) Quirino State University established 1976
10) Isabela State University established 1978
11) Pampanga Agricultural College established 1974
12) Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology-Calapan City established 1966
13) Occidental Mindoro State College established 1966
14) Palawan State University established 1965
15) Bicol University established 1969
16) Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges established 1983
17) Rizal Technological University established 1969
… marami pa. (WE WILL UPDATE THE LIST)

Housing Projects
1) Urban BLISS housing projects
2) Bagong Lipunan Condominiums
3) Bagong Nayon
4) Dagat-Dagatan Projects
5) Maharlika Muslim Village
6) Provincial Housing Projects

Infrastructures and Buildings that promote Filipino arts, culture, and values
Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP)
The Tanghalang Francisco Balagtas (Folk Arts Theater)
Philippine International Convention Center (PICC)
Makiling Center for the Arts (National Arts Center)
Nayong Pilipino

Specialty Medical Institutions and Hospitals
1) Philippine Heart Center
2) Lung Center of the Philippines
3) National Kidney and Transplant Institute
4) Philippine Children’s Medical Hospital
5) Philippine General Hospital New Building

Infrastructures and Buildings
1) Coconut Palace or Tahanang Pilipino
2) Manila Film Center
3) Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex

  • Folk Arts Theater
  • Design Center Philippines
  • Philippine International Convention Center (PICC)
  • Museum of Philippine Art
  • Metropolitan Museum of Manila
  • Museum of Philippine Costumes

4) National Arts Center
5) Quaipo Mosque
6) Palace in the sky

Partial pa lang ang listahan kasi sa sobrang dami.  Di pa kasama ang mga testimony ng mga saksi sa mga magagandang nagawa ni Marcos sa Pilipinas.


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