Lolit Solis on moving on from Martial Law: 'Tulungan, walang sisihan' | Inquirer Entertainment

Lolit Solis on moving on from Martial Law: ‘Tulungan, walang sisihan’

/ 12:06 PM October 05, 2018

Image: Instagram/@akosilolitsolis

Veteran talent manager and columnist Lolit Solis recently took to social media to air her sentiments regarding the state of the country and politics.

Solis wrote that she found it annoying that people often go back and forth when it comes to blaming the things that have already transpired in the past, such as the martial law under the regime of the late former President Ferdinand Marcos.


In her post, Solis shared a picture of President Rodrigo Duterte.

“Iyon laging sinisisi iyon nangyari nung martial law, iyon Marcos regime. Ilan palit na tayo ng administrasyon, ilang palit ng presidente, pero lahat ng sisi dun sa pinalitan,” wrote Solis on Instagram on Oct. 4.


“Hindi ba puwede na move on na, gawin na lang trabaho, kalimutan na iyon masamang nangyari, gawan ng paraan huwag na uli maganap, pero tapusin na finger pointin at tigilan na kababanggit?”


Solis further wondered how the Filipino people could move forward if they kept looking back to their past. She also said that martial law seemed to have become the “fall guy” as everything was being blamed on it.

“Lahat sa kanya sinisi, lahat ng palpak nang sumunod sa kanya pa rin ang sisi,” she continued on. “May balita nga na may ilan schools at university nagkalabas ng horror ng martial law at sinasabi na bagong Marcos si Duterte. Dumating na sa ganun? Bakit? Lahat si Marcos?”

Despite her musings, Solis claimed that she was apolitical and an emotional voter. “Ay naku, apolitical ako, emotional voter, ayoko mga political issues.”

She added that it would be better if people just focused on work and helping one another for the betterment of the country instead of pointing fingers.

“‘Di ba mas maganda trabaho na lang, tulungan, walang sisihan. Ganda ng bayan natin, huwag natin sayangin, paunlarin na lang natin at mahalin.”  /ra



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