Political relevance of the People Power revolt

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Let's be honest about EDSA. The crowds have thinned, the color yellow no longer in vogue. As a matter of fact to be called 'dilawan' is some kind of yellow badge of courage for those calling themselves brave and a plague label to avoid for those who want to distance themselves. But again to be honest, the crowds thinned long before the age of Rodrigo Duterte and his band of DDS faithful. Because soon after the 1986 revolt, many began to question, not just its political relevance, but if it really was a revolution.

Did we really change? Whatever really happened to our country and where has it gone 34 years since? Perhaps a revolution doesn't really deliver because it requires change that many don't really want at all.

This is Politics As Usual with Pia Hontiveros.