November 18, 2016. Protest against the clandestine burial of the dictator Marcos at the People’s Power Monument. The protest later on atttacted mostly young people, those not even born during the martial law days. This is the product of the martial law generation passing on the education to their sons and daughters and by those who have become teachers and educators today. The young protestors are shouting the martial law generation’s slogans: “Makibaka, Huwag Matakot!”, “Marcos, Hitler, Diktador, Tuta!” They’re even singing Bayan Ko. These young people do not even belong to any radical organizations. They’re just students of history. History that cannot be covered up, as anyone can now use the social media to research the dark days of the dictatorship. The young people also sense history in the making — the climate of fear leading to martial law, more repressions and another dictatorship. The youth have taken up the cudgel and PLM has every reason to believe that the protests will continue.