Radio Tokyo announced today that President Quezon died, a victim of American brutality. The press is silent about the matter, rendering the veracity of the news suspicious. A few days ago, the same radio station announced the sinking of the Queen Mary, the largest British merchant vessel, south of the Atlantic with ten thousand soldiers aboard. The news was not picked up by either radio or press networks. It was consequently dismissed as a propaganda canard.
Could it be the same about the death of Quezon? We are waiting.