Superficial Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines

Quality and Timely Historical Revisionism by the Best Communications Team in the Solar System



Marcos Allowed Thousands of Filipinos to Sit on Ice to Solve Nation’s Heat Problem

To solve the worsening heat problem of the Philippines in the 1970's and early 1980's, longest-serving President Ferdinand Marcos allowed many of the 70,000 Filipinos under the government's Health and Wellness Program to sit on blocks of ice. After prolonged... Continue Reading →


1960s: Marcos Founds APO Hiking Society

In 1969, longest-serving President Ferdinand Marcos, known in environmentalist circles as "Apo Lakay," founded the APO Hiking Society, a nationwide organization of environmentalists dedicated to the conservation and protection of Mount Apo, the Philippines' tallest mountain. Netizen /gerhard.angeles contributed to... Continue Reading →

Marcos Gave “Free Water” to Thousands of Filipinos under Anti-Heatstroke Campaign

As temperatures increased nationwide in the 1970's, longest-serving President Ferdinand Marcos enacted an Anti-Heatstroke Campaign, which mobilized the AFP to give free water to most of the 70,000 Filipinos under the government's Health and Wellness Program. Netizen /attyjohannmones contributed to... Continue Reading →

First Lady Imelda Marcos Revitalized Struggling Marikina Shoe Industry

In the 1970's, First Lady Imelda Marcos spent taxpayer money on thousands of pairs of shoes in an attempt to revitalize the struggling Marikina Shoe Industry. Netizen @DilimanConyos contributed to this report. (Read on Facebook)


The Official Logo of the Superficial Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines is taken from The Coat of Arms of the Philippines (Filipino: Eskudo de Armas ng Pilipinas or Sagisag ng Pilipinas). On the blue field on the dexter side is... Continue Reading →

Official Gazette Staffer is Former Bongbong Marcos Employee

On September 11, 2016, netizen Atty. Jesus Falcis posted about reports detailing how Mr. Marco Angelo Cabrera, who formerly worked with former Senator Bongbong Marcos, is now an active Presidential Communications staffer. Mr. Cabrera wasted no time in replying to... Continue Reading →

September 14, 1930: Nazi Party Victory Inspires Young Ferdinand Marcos

On this day, 86 years ago, the National Socialist German Workers' Party (also known as the Nazi Party) won a large victory in the German Parliament for the first time. Longest-serving President Ferdinand Marcos, then 13 years old, wrote in... Continue Reading →

Thousands of Filipinos Healthy from “Electric Therapy” Under Marcos

In the 1970s and early 1980s, tens of thousands of Filipinos reached the peak of health after longest-serving President Ferdinand Marcos mobilized the AFP to spread the health-giving benefits of electric therapy throughout the country. Netizen @unlawyer contributed to this... Continue Reading →

“Nanlaban” Virus Kills Over 3,000 Filipinos In 2 Months

From the Department of Health and the Best Communications Team in the Solar System: "Nanlaban" (Scientific Name: Pusherus wagtularani) is a virus responsible for more than 3,000 fatalities in less than two months, or 75% of all viral-related deaths in... Continue Reading →

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