See - Ombudsman hits revision of history amid Marcos burial protests
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During Friday's event, Morales cited the 19th-century historian Lord Acton who said "that those who could not remember history are condemned to repeat it."
The Ombudsman said: "As it turns out nowadays, those who could not remember history have the tendency to write a new one. Much worse, there are a lot of people who simply do not want to read their history, period."
"This alarming attitude is appalling, to say the least, which opens a large portion of society vulnerable to a revisionist-distortionist proclivity," she said.
Morales added: "It is an affront to our collective consciousness as a nation, aside from adding insult to injury to the entire citizenry as collective victims of the kleptocratic act of stashing ill-gotten wealth as judicially ascertained."
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