Corazon Cory Aquino Dead at 76

Written By bryanboy

Corazon 'Cory' Aquino, Dead at 76

Speaking of politicians in the third world, I've just received news that former Philippine President Corazon 'Cory' Aquino finally passed away. She's been battling colon cancer for quite some time now. 

Corazon Aquino Dead at 76

TBH, I don't have many memories of her. I was a little child during her term.

Back in the dark ages, we had way too many power problems, as in electrical brownouts, and me and my siblings had to study at night using candles.

RIP.

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  1. My condolences to her family and to the Filipino people as well. May she rest in peace.

  2. Bakleeta Aketch

    Condolences to the family and to all Filipinos worldwide. Death is hard to accept; but at least now, she isn’t suffering. I just hope that the next president will focus on eradicating CORRUPTION.

  3. Condolence to Former President Corazon “Cory” Aquino’s family. I’m so proud to be a Filipino because of her.

  4. Langya ka BB, Quote ko lang yung sinabi mo “President Corazon ‘Cory’ Aquino finally passed away.”. Bakit my FINALLY, Parang may galit ha? Wala lang napansin ko lang….hehehehe.

  5. I don’t understand what “Back in the dark ages, we had way too many power problems, as in electrical brownouts, and me and my siblings had to study at night using candles” had to do with Cory Aquino.
    If you claim there is some relevance, and you are as young as you say you are, you probably weren’t even old enough to read or write when she was still in office.
    Explain.
    :o)

  6. Cory Aquino will be fondly remembered as a true global champion of ‘People Power’ and inspired millions of oppressed people to follow in her revolutionary footsteps!! Her true legacy to the Philippines will be her undoubted success in presiding over a peaceful transfer of power in a region where no ruler had voluntarily relinquished control since 1964.
    R.I.P.

  7. i was saddened to hear the news that former president corazon aquino passed away…..but i am also glad that she is no longer in pain. like you BB, i too was still young during the “people power” but what i do remember was how proud i was to be a filipino.

    truly she’s one of the great leaders in the world of all time.

  8. It would take a long time before someone like her inspires us Filipinos the way she did. May she rest in peace. If her son, Noynoy, wins in this coming election I hope he’ll make her proud.

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