Bianca Gonzalez expressed her support for the group of martial-law victims who vows to stop Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.’s bid for the second highest position in the country.
Without naming a specific candidate, Bianca tweeted “#NeverForget” and “#NeverAgain” together with a Facebook link of the video titled “Millenials for Martial Law.”
Bongbong's father, the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, declared martial law in 1972.
Created by the group called Campaign Against the Return of Marcoses To Malacañang (CARMMA), the video showcases some millenials’ shocked reaction upon hearing brutal stories straight from martial-law victims.
The resource speakers spoke about being tortured through electrocution and raped when they got arrested and detained for protesting against the administration of Ferdinand Marcos during the martial-law era.
For her part, Bianca reiterated that such atrocities should never be repeated by electing the son of the late President Marcos.
The 33-year-old Kapamilya TV host tweeted:
Martial Law era saw good economy for the Philippines, but the violation of so many HUMAN rights is something we should #neverforget.— Bianca Gonzalez (@iamsuperbianca) May 4, 2016
She also expressed dismay over young voters who seem to be indifferent against countless cases of human rights abuses during martial law.
Ironic how some kids say they don't mind Martial Law again. E konting suppression sa internet freedom galit na sila. What more HUMAN rights.— Bianca Gonzalez (@iamsuperbianca) May 4, 2016
With less than a week to go before the national elections, Bianca is consistent in reminding fellow voters about choosing their candidates wisely.
VOTE WISELY. Without mentioning names, Bianca previously said that she's torn between two presidential candidates, but she has already made up her mind with her vice-presidential bet.
Of course may freedom lahat! Pareho kami ng VP pero hindi kami pareho ng Presidenteng iboboto. ??? https://t.co/BjiZMk6EKq— Bianca Gonzalez (@iamsuperbianca) April 24, 2016
She also reminded fellow voters to refrain from engaging in useless fights over election-related issues.