Alternative History
Corazon Aquino
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Corazon Aquino
Portrait of Corazon Aquino

11th President of the People's Republic of the Philippines
September 28, 1992

Predecessor Ferdinand Marcos
Successor N/A
Born January 25, 1933
Paniqui, Tarlac, Philippines
Political Party Communist
Profession Housewife, Politician

María "Cory" Corazón Cojuangco-Aquino is the 11th President of the Philippines, and the second of the People's Republic of the Philippines.

Often derided with the nickname "The Butcher of Luzon", she is the more liberal, though still quite authoritarian successor to Ferdinand Marcos.

Cult of Personality[]

Like many communist dictators, Corazon Aquino's personality cult became integrated with Philippine culture and society. It is made into law that people would bow down to her statue as well as her husband's when passing. Her government is known to have people executed if they fail to praise her statue.

According to her official state biography, she claimed that she is the incarnation of the Virgin Mary who descended from heaven to install communism as "God's ideology" and to be one of the saviors of democracy.

Noynoy prayer

A painting depicting her as an incarnation of the Virgin Mary with her son, Senior Politburo member, First Secretary of the Communist Party, and former Minister of Propaganda, Benigno Aquino III.


People's Shrine of the Aquino located in Tarlac.