Right after the surprise announcement of Ferdinand Marcos’ burial at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani, thousands of Filipinos led protest actions across the country—and at an era of The Internet and its memes, it isn’t at all surprising that the younger generation was able to voice out their principles in a more creative manner.
We’ve compiled five of the wittiest placards we’ve seen from the November 18 protest.
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PUT YOUR MEMES ON PLAKARDS MGA KASAMA HINANDA TAYO NG BAGONG HENERASYON PARA SA MGA BAGAY TULAD NITO
— Moki (@moki_doki) November 18, 2016
5. No to Marcos, Yes to Ilocos Empanada
Hey soul sister pic.twitter.com/48bqtLzvl0
— AIR (@airhernaez) November 18, 2016
4. Deez Nuts
Finally found @moki_doki and deez nuts ! And other great signs ???? #MarcosNOTaHero pic.twitter.com/gbVYTF1PY8
— #MarcosIsNOTaHero (@devoburrito) November 18, 2016
3. I cancelled my Grindr date to be here
WELP @peepaubau pic.twitter.com/8fvYvmWKNc
— LOLit Solace (@moki_doki) November 18, 2016
2. Temperamental brats
— atty girl (@BestInHelga) November 18, 2016
DAHIL LALABAN AT LALABAN SA MALI ANG MGA TEMPERAMENTAL BRATS™.
(Tnx mars @moki_doki) pic.twitter.com/k7peFbEI0S
— The Thirst, Noelle (@IndividNoellism) November 18, 2016
1. Kay crush di ako maka-move on, paano pa kaya kay Marcos?
WE REFUSE TO MOVE ON #MARCOSNOTAHEROpic.twitter.com/Gi8B4fbyke
— Nathania Chua (@PilosopoTanya) November 18, 2016
Which ones were your favorite? Share your thoughts with us!