In reply to @pickyjinx
Although it is true that there are authors who are biased, keep in mind that there also a LOT of people who participate in ‘Marcos revisionism’. I would rather listen to primary sources aka the ones who lived during the martial law bc they are the eye witnesses.
@jeromegonzales_ | 789 followers
Replying to @jeromegonzales_ @pickyjinx and 1 otherfalse
At the end of the day, authors, primary sources and historians are way more credible than the random people who have no expertise on history. You can’t publish a book officially w/o undergoing fact-checking and proofreading. Falsification is illegal and you can be sued with that
In reply to @jeromegonzales_
Exactly. Published literatures, especially those by credible individuals and institutions undergo rigorous fact-checking and peer reviews. The fact that some people rely on unvalidated internet articles instead of books is just, well, dumb.

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