A truly evil dictator like the late Muammar Gaddafi and Bashar al-Assad would have clung to power even if it meant killing hundreds of civilians.
Those who keep reliving the stories of EDSA simply can’t move on.
Truly, after all the build up, the ending of the EDSA story was an anticlimactic letdown. Being stuck in the past is a phenomenon that occurs when nothing significant has happened in the succeeding years following a supposedly seminal event or when things went downhill from a happy and glorious event.
While the peaceful revolution was hailed worldwide and impressed the international community, three decades later, not much has changed in Philippine society.
The stories seem to be growing on trees lately and some of them are annoying because they omit the important role played by Senator Juan Ponce Enrile & former President Fidel Ramos in the lead up to the event.