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Placards on Point at the November 30 Anti-Marcos Protest
Not moving on and not having it!
IMAGE Monica Macasaet | twitter.com/monicamacasaet

Following the surprise burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, millennials took to the streets of EDSA and White Plains on Bonifacio Day, no less, to express their disapproval, disappointment, and dismay over the issue.

Below are the "temperamental brats'" (a term Presidential Communications Office Secretary Martin Andanar used to call people opposed to the burial) display of grit and pun and wit captured on social media.

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