„I was reminded as I was reviewing my life, that I have been in too many conflicts, too many wars, political battles, military battles, civil strifes in government. And always one lesson stands out and that is, those whom you fight most passionately often turn out to be your best friends.“

—  Ferdinando Marcos, Extemporaneous speech at the Sixth Centennial Celebration of Islam in the Philippines (10 June 1980)
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Ferdinando Marcos
1917 - 1989
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