Ferdinand Marcos Quotes

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"It is easier to run a revolution than a government." Ferdinand Marcos
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"You even have tourists visiting the site which is great. It would make people more conscious about the availability of alternative power sources." Ferdinand Marcos
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"I would venture to say that if you want to buy dollars, they would be cheapest here because of the volume of remittances," Ferdinand Marcos
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"Leadership is the other side of the coin of loneliness, and he who is a leader must always act alone. And acting alone, accept everything alone." Ferdinand Marcos
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"We only sold a portion because, upon the advice of the World Bank, those carbon credits that we are still entitled to may be sold at a higher price later," Ferdinand Marcos
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"It's not really going to make anyone rich," Ferdinand Marcos
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"Sir, ma'am liked this when she saw this in New York. But she couldn't afford it," Ferdinand Marcos
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"It is not a choice of life, it is a choice of death. If this is life, I'd rather die." Ferdinand Marcos
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"There are many things we do not want about the world. Let us not just mourn them. Let us change them." Ferdinand Marcos
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"Frankly, if there's money to be made the province would have involved itself." Ferdinand Marcos
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"I never thought (the crowd) was that huge. When you realize you are not
alone, you grow stronger, ... Sanay tayo diyan (We are
used to it)."
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