Philippines President Corazon Aquino brushed aside fresh rumors of a coup attempt and said Monday the hundreds of supporters of ousted ruler Ferdinand Marcos who massed in the capital over the weekend were just out to "make noises." Col. Orlando Oxales, security commander in metropolitan Manila, ordered the removal of military checkpoints set up on approaches to the city Saturday night as rumors of another mutiny spread. Aquino, who has crushed five coup attempts since she took power in a civilian-backed military revolt in Feb. 1986, said she expects her political enemies to keep trying to unseat her. "But I think they should realize now that the people are against them and will not support them in something like this," Aquino said.