Tuesday, March 01, 2016

BDY

Soleang Basaen ang kadamoang babasaeng sinulat sa #Kasiguranin (2000-2006)
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Tuesday, October 06, 2015

Kagi Ng Ibun

Bayaning Casiguranin

Watch #HeneralLuna. Merun ding #BayaningCasiguranin

tortured by the Japanese, forcing him to give them the treasury money, he did not give in to the invading forces. the municipal treasurer and the mayor was killed in Casiguran during the Filipino-Japanese war. Later at the end of war, before their surrender, the leader was caught in action by the Casiguranin guerilla force. The Japanese soldier was killed in the encounter.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Luna

Luna is an interesting character. haven't watch the movie yet, but with the online positive comments, I must congratulate the producers and director and cast.

It was not the story of Aguinaldo, yet we are not excused from not tackling the thorny issues of the political revolution surrounding the republic. Luna belong to the Illustrados. Bonifacio was a member of the Liga. For which, Aguinaldo was not. There is connection between the illustrados through Bonifacio then Luna through the Spanish and American War. It was barbarous that they were assasinated at the very start of each wars. The ideology which sown the seed of revolution perished with the brains that hatched them. What was left was a band of soldiers with initial taste of war success lacking in ideology, saved by Mabini. Luna, who sat-in in military classes in Spain, knew how to build trenches and has a plan to defeat Americans as they reach the boondocks while the Americans pursue. Bonifacio knew freedom is the ultimate goal before the trappings of any form of government.   Revolutionaries who, over their dead bodies, will they never agree to a Biak na Bato deal or going back from exile aided by the Americans. Aguinaldo had none such backgrounds, which is important in the study of where does one come from in his decisions. The death of Bonifacio and Luna, may solve a lingering insecurity, and establish a legacy. Yet the making of a republic did not start at the raising of flag but of awakening national consciousness to willingly die for freedom.

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Mina sa Casiguran?

Mina sa Casiguran?
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