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Early life and education

Bongbong Marcos was born as Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr. on September 13, 1957 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Santa Mesa, Manila, Philippines, to Ferdinand Marcos and Imelda Marcos. At that time of his birth, his father Ferdinand, Sr. was the representative for the Second District of Ilocos Norte, eventually becoming a senator just two years later. His godfathers included prominent personalities and future Marcos cronies Eduardo “Danding” Cojuangco Jr.[30]: 286  and pharmaceuticals magnate Jose Yao Campos.[31]

Education

Marcos first studied at the Institución Teresiana and La Salle Green Hills in Manila, where he obtained his kindergarten and elementary education, respectively.[32][33]

In 1970, Marcos was sent to England where he lived and studied at Worth School, an all-boys Benedictine institution in West Sussex.[3][34] He was studying there when his father declared martial law throughout the Philippines in 1972.[3][34]

He then enrolled at St Edmund Hall, Oxford, to study philosophy, politics and economics (PPE). However, despite his false claims that he graduated with a bachelor of arts in PPE,[35] he did not obtain such a degree.[36][37][38] Marcos had passed philosophy, but failed economics, and failed politics twice, thus making him ineligible for a degree.[39][40] Instead, he received a special diploma in social studies,[38] which was awarded mainly to non-graduates and is currently no longer offered by the university.[36][41] Marcos still falsely claims that he obtained a degree from the University of Oxford despite Oxford confirming in 2015 that Marcos did not finish his degree.[42]

Marcos enrolled in the Masters in Business Administration program at the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, United States, which he failed to complete. Marcos asserts that he withdrew from the program for his election as Vice Governor of Ilocos Norte in 1980.[43] The Presidential Commission on Good Government later reported that his tuition, his US$10,000 (₱492,500 in 2022) monthly allowance, and the estate he lived in while studying at Wharton, were paid using funds that could be traced partly to the intelligence funds of the Office of the President, and partly to some of the fifteen bank accounts that the Marcoses had secretly opened in the US under assumed names.[44]

Early public roles

Marcos was thrust into the national limelight as early as when he was three years old, and the scrutiny became even more intense when his father first ran for President of the Philippines in 1965,[45] when he was eight years old.[3][34][30]

During his father’s 1965 campaign, Marcos played himself in the Sampaguita Pictures film Iginuhit ng Tadhana: The Ferdinand E. Marcos Story, a biopic based on the novel For Every Tear a Victory.[46][45] The young Marcos was portrayed giving a speech towards the end of the film, in which he says that he would like to be a politician when he grows up.[47] The public relations value of the film is credited for having helped the elder Marcos win the 1965 Philippine elections.[48]

A young Bongbong Marcos and his sister Imee played a small role in the controversial “Manila incident” of the Beatles in July 1966, just six months after their father assumed the presidency.[49][50]: 200  Bongbong and Imee were among 400 children whom their mother Imelda brought to Malacañang Palace for a reception in which they expected the Beatles to show up.[49] The four band members claimed not to know about the event, and refused to attend. As the event went on without them, the Marcos children were interviewed. Bongbong, referring to the group’s long hair, was quoted saying “I’d like to pounce on the Beatles and cut off their hair! Don’t anybody dare me to do anything, because I’ll do it, just to see how game the Beatles are.[49] Imee, meantime, was quoted saying “There is only one song I like from the Beatles, and it’s Run for Your Life.[49]—a quote which media later associated with the way the Beatles scrambled out of Manila, receiving rough treatment at the Manila International Airport.[49]

Beatles lead guitarist George Harrison later accused the Marcoses of inciting Filipinos to mob the band as they tried to leave the country for not showing up at the reception, saying in a 1986 interview at NBC’s Today Show that the Marcoses “tried to kill [them].”[51][52] Harrison further said that their plane was not allowed to leave Manila until their manager, Brian Epstein, refunded the concert ticket money.[51][52]

The Manila Bulletin reported in 2015 that Marcos had once invited Beatles drummer Ringo Starr to return to the Philippines “to bring closure” to the incident.[53]

The incident was brought up in the media again after a 2021 interview between Marcos and Toni Gonzaga, when he was asked about which musicians he idolized, and he casually mentioned that he was friends with Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones and members of the Beatles.[51]

Marcos was still a minor on the exact year that martial law was declared. Marcos turned 18 in 1975[54][55]—a year after he graduated from Worth School.[56]

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Background[edit]

2016 vice presidential campaign and electoral protest[edit]

Marcos ran in the 2016 Philippine vice presidential election as the running mate of Miriam Defensor Santiago. A highly contested race, Marcos ultimately lost to then congresswoman Leni Robredo by 263,473 votes or by 0.64 percent,[19] the narrowest margin since the 1965 vice presidential election. Marcos subsequently filed an electoral protest on June 29, 2016; this would be dismissed by the Presidential Electoral Tribunal on February 16, 2021.[20]

Speculation and nominations[edit]

By January 2020, Bongbong Marcos confirmed that he was running for a national position in 2022, although he did not specify a specific position.[21] On September 21, 2021, the Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP; transl. Federal Party of the Philippines) nominated Marcos to run for president. During the national convention of the Kilusang Bagong Lipunan (KBL; transl. New Society Movement) in Binangonan, the party founded by his father, he was nominated as the party’s candidate for president. Marcos, who remained a member of the Nacionalista Party, thanked KBL for the nomination, but said that he would announce his plans “when the time comes.”[22]

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Personal life

Ferdinand Marcos (right) with his family in the 1920s

Ferdinand Emmanuel Edralin Marcos was born on September 11, 1917, in the town of Sarrat, Ilocos Norte, to Mariano Marcos (1897–1945) and Josefa Edralin (1893–1988).[65] Mariano Marcos was a lawyer and congressman from Ilocos Norte, Philippines.[66] He was executed by Filipino guerillas in 1945 for being a Japanese propagandist and collaborator during World War II. Drawn and quartered with the use of carabaos, his remains were left hanging on a tree.[67][68][69] Josefa Marcos was a schoolteacher who would far outlive her husband – dying in 1988, two years after the Marcos family left her in Malacañang Palace when they fled into exile after the 1986 People Power Revolution, and only one year before her son Ferdinand’s death.[70]

Ferdinand was first baptized into the Philippine Independent Church,[71] but was later baptized into the Catholic Church at the age of three.

Marcos lived with a common-law wife, Carmen Ortega, an Ilocana mestiza who was 1949 Miss Press Photography. They had three children and resided for about two years at 204 Ortega Street in San Juan. In August 1953, their engagement was announced in Manila dailies.[1]

Not much is known about what happened to Ortega and their children after, but Marcos married Imelda Trinidad Romualdez on April 17, 1954, only 11 days after they first met. They had three biological children: Ferdinand, Imee, and Irene Marcos.[72] Marcos’s fourth child with Ortega was born after his marriage to Imelda.[59] Marcos and Imelda later adopted a daughter, Aimee.[73] Marcos had an affair with American actress Dovie Beams from 1968 to 1970. According to reports by the Sydney Morning Herald, Marcos also had an affair with former Playboy model Evelin Hegyesi around 1970 and sired a child with her, Analisa Josefa.[3]

Marcos claimed that he was a descendant of Antonio Luna, a Filipino general during the Philippine–American War,[74] a claim which has since been debunked by genealogist Mona Magno-Veluz.[75] He also claimed that his ancestor was a 16th-century pirate, Lim-A-Hong (Chinese: 林阿鳳), who used to raid the coasts of the South China Sea.[76][77] He is a Chinese mestizo descendant, just like many other presidents.[78]

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来歴[編集]

1982年にマルコス一家がペンタゴンを訪れた際の写真。

1957年マニラ首都圏マニラ市でフェルディナンド・マルコス(シニア)とイメルダ・マルコスの長男(第二子)として生まれる。1970年イギリスに送られ、ウェスト・サセックスのワース・スクールに入学した。その後、オックスフォード大学セント・エドモンド・ホールに入学。ここで哲学・政治学・経済学コース(PPE)を学び、学士号を取得したと言われていたが、実際は虚偽で、非卒業者に渡される「特別卒業証書」を取得していた[2]。その後、アメリカ合衆国フィラデルフィアペンシルベニア大学ウォートン・スクール経営学修士課程に進学するも修了しないままフィリピンに戻った。

1980年、当時フィリピンを統治していた新社会運動の下、無投票で北イロコス州副知事に就任した。その後、1983年に州知事に就任した。1986年エドゥサ革命により、父・シニア政権は打倒され、一家は米軍によりアメリカ合衆国ハワイ州に連れだされ、結果亡命移住生活をした。

シニアが1989年にハワイ州で死去した後、コラソン・アキノ大統領はマルコス家の帰国を許可し、一家はフィリピンに戻った。権力基盤の再構築を開始し、1992年から1995年には北イロコス州第2区地区選出の下院議員を務め、1998年には再び北イロコス州知事に正当な選挙による当選で就任した。

2010年上院議員に当選したが、2015年8月26日のテレビ番組内で、大統領選挙への出馬を示唆し[3]、その後2016年フィリピン大統領選挙において副大統領候補として出馬し、エドゥサ革命のことを隠して、漫画を使った自伝で選挙戦を展開したが、対立候補のレニー・ロブレドに敗北した[4]

2021年10月5日、自身のフェイスブック上で2022年フィリピン大統領選挙に出馬することを表明した[5]。その後、11月13日には現職ロドリゴ・ドゥテルテ大統領の娘でダバオ市長のサラ・ドゥテルテが、大統領選挙への立候補を取りやめ、副大統領選挙に立候補し、マルコスと連携することを発表した[6]

2022年5月9日のフィリピン大統領選挙において、相手候補のレニー・ロブレドに開票途中で2倍以上の差をつけ[7][8]て圧勝した[9]

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来歴[編集]

1982年にマルコス一家がペンタゴンを訪れた際の写真。

1957年マニラ首都圏マニラ市でフェルディナンド・マルコス(シニア)とイメルダ・マルコスの長男(第二子)として生まれる。1970年イギリスに送られ、ウェスト・サセックスのワース・スクールに入学した。その後、オックスフォード大学セント・エドモンド・ホールに入学。ここで哲学・政治学・経済学コース(PPE)を学び、学士号を取得したと言われていたが、実際は虚偽で、非卒業者に渡される「特別卒業証書」を取得していた[2]。その後、アメリカ合衆国フィラデルフィアペンシルベニア大学ウォートン・スクール経営学修士課程に進学するも修了しないままフィリピンに戻った。

1980年、当時フィリピンを統治していた新社会運動の下、無投票で北イロコス州副知事に就任した。その後、1983年に州知事に就任した。1986年エドゥサ革命により、父・シニア政権は打倒され、一家は米軍によりアメリカ合衆国ハワイ州に連れだされ、結果亡命移住生活をした。

シニアが1989年にハワイ州で死去した後、コラソン・アキノ大統領はマルコス家の帰国を許可し、一家はフィリピンに戻った。権力基盤の再構築を開始し、1992年から1995年には北イロコス州第2区地区選出の下院議員を務め、1998年には再び北イロコス州知事に正当な選挙による当選で就任した。

2010年上院議員に当選したが、2015年8月26日のテレビ番組内で、大統領選挙への出馬を示唆し[3]、その後2016年フィリピン大統領選挙において副大統領候補として出馬し、エドゥサ革命のことを隠して、漫画を使った自伝で選挙戦を展開したが、対立候補のレニー・ロブレドに敗北した[4]

2021年10月5日、自身のフェイスブック上で2022年フィリピン大統領選挙に出馬することを表明した[5]。その後、11月13日には現職ロドリゴ・ドゥテルテ大統領の娘でダバオ市長のサラ・ドゥテルテが、大統領選挙への立候補を取りやめ、副大統領選挙に立候補し、マルコスと連携することを発表した[6]

2022年5月9日のフィリピン大統領選挙において、相手候補のレニー・ロブレドに開票途中で2倍以上の差をつけ[7][8]て圧勝した[9]

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