Emilio Aguinaldo & Andres Bonifacio

Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy (March 22, 1869 – February 6, 1964) was a Filipino general, politician, and independence leader. Andrés Bonifacio y de Castro (30 November 1863 – 10 May 1897) was a Filipino nationalist, revolutionary and lawyer. 5.0/5

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*Aguinaldo has been made admin of the group Katipunan.* . *Emilio Aguinaldo likes this* . *Andres Bonifacio has left the …
Dr. Jose Rizal - The National Hero. Andres Bonifacio - The Great Plebian and Father of the Katipunan. General Gregorio del Pilar - Hero of the Battle of Tirad Pass. General Emilio Aguinaldo - President of the First Philippine Republic. Apolinario Mabini - Sublime Paralytic and Brains of the Revolution. GOMBURZA - Martyred Priests of 1872. Trece Martirez - 13 Martyrs from Cavite. Emilio Jacinto - Brains of the Katipunan. General Antonio Luna - Cofounder of La Independencia . Melchora Aquino (Tandang Sora) - Mother of Balintawak. Graciano Lopez-Jaena - Greatest Filipino Orator of the Propaganda Movement. Panday Pira - First Filipino Cannon-maker. Mariano Ponce - Propagandist, Historian, Diplomat And Managing Editor of La Solidaridad. Gregoria de Jesus - Lakambini of Katipunan and Wife of Andres Bonifacio. Fernando Ma. Guerrero - Poet of the Revolution. Felipe Agoncillo - Outstanding Diplomat of the First Philippine Republic. Rafael Palma - Cofounder of La Independencia and First UP president . Juan Luna - G ...
An interesting opposing view on the True Philippine Independence Day articulated before our centennial celebration in 1998 but I believe still is a relevant reading. by Bobby Reyes © 1996 by Bobby Reyes All rights reserved The Philippine government talks of the coming centennial of the Philippine Independence de- clared in 1898. President Diosdado Macapagal signed an executive order in 1963 (The correct date is May 17, 1962. - Ed.) that "moved" the Philippines's independence day from 1946 to 1898. On the basis of the June 12, 1898, (alleged) declaration of independence by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo in Kawit, Cavite, he thought that it was his mandate to correct "history." He thought it would serve better the national aspirations of the Filipino people to adopt that date as the Philippines's independence day. Can President Macapagal's executive order change history? I do not think so. It seems that a vast majority of Filipino Americans share my view. Wars of Independence We argue that the war that led to Gene ...
Ah you will have to read my book on Apolinario Mabini and Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Aguinaldo later this year...
After I read Julio Nakpil about assassinations of Andres Bonifacio & Antonio Luna, I found out that Emilio Aguinaldo is a CORRUPT HERO.
So you would know the truth! Andres Bonifacio simmered with rage and humiliation. The movement that he had created to oppose Spanish colonial rule in the Philippines had just voted (likely in a rigged election) to make his rival Emilio Aguinaldo president in his stead. Bonifacio was given the lowly consolation prize of an appointment as Secretary of the Interior in the revolutionary government. When this appointment was announced, however, delegate Daniel Tirona objected on the grounds that Bonifacio did not have a law degree (or any university diploma, for that matter). Incensed, the fiery rebel leader demanded an apology from Tirona. Instead, Daniel Tirona turned to leave the hall; Bonifacio pulled out a gun and tried to shoot him down, but General Artemio Ricarte y Garcia tackled the former president and saved Tirona's life. Who was this scrappy and hot-headed rebel leader, Andres Bonifacio? Why is his story still remembered today in the Republic of the Philippines? Bonifacio's Birth and Early Life: An ...
Usapang Bonifacio: Andres Bonifacio and the 1896 Revolution On 24 August 1896, Andres Bonifacio convened tha Kataastaasang Kapulungan or National Assembly of the Katipunan in Melchora Aquino�s barn in barrio Banlat, then part of Kalookan. Assembled were the members of the Kataastaasang Kapulungan (Supreme Council), as well as the pangulo (heads) of the sangunian (supra-municipal) and balangay (chapter) units. There they made three major decisions. First, they declared a nationwide armed revolution to win freedom from Spain. Second, they established a national government. And third, they elected officials who would lead the nation and the army. x Significance of 1896 Revolution In July 1892, Bonifacio founded the Katipunan which launched the first anticolonial revolution in Asia in August 1896. He formed the first national governments established by Aguinaldo from 1897 to 1899. The Katagalugan government carried over the symbols and teachings of the Katipunan, which the people accepted as the revoluti ...
San Andres B. is the lone theater production about Andres Bonifacio that doesn't have an Emilio Aguinaldo character. Whoa!
We treated Andres Bonifacio as one of our heroes today but way back to the times that he was alive, we Filipinos, killed him and let Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo paved the way. - Just a thought that I wanna share
This is a day late, but let me render my salutes to Andres Bonifacio. Here's my question though: who else could not recall being told, much less asked during exams, in our history classes in elementary and high school that General Emilio Aguinaldo ordered the execution (more like assassination) of Bonifacio? If I am the only student in both levels who slept in history classes back then (and graduated with honours in both levels at the same time), then I'd be very relieved and happy. But in case I'm not alone, I'd like to know as well. The sense of betrayal I felt about this lone fact in history upon learning about it in college was so profound I could not possibly keep quiet about it for the rest of my life.
ENLIGHTENING THE MINDS OF EVERY FILIPINO IN A MISCONCEPTION BELIEFS. Pwede Pong Gawing Philippines National Hero Si Andres Bonifacio Pagkat Hindi Pa Po Opisyal Na National Hero Si Jose Rizal. I compiled this facts to ease the recent debates in social media's regarding the issue in making Andres Bonifacio as our National Hero and fearing that Jose Rizal will be wipe out in the podium. Philippine Definition of National Hero A National Hero of the Philippines is a Filipino who has been recognized as a hero for his or her role in the history of the country. Loosely, the term may refer to all Filipino historical figures recognized as heroes, but the term more strictly refers to those officially designated as such. In 1995 the Philippine National Heroes Committee officially recommended several people for the designation, but this was not acted upon. Currently, no one has ever been officially recognized as a Philippine National Hero. The reformist writer Jose Rizal, today generally considered the greatest Filipi ...
Charm Radio update: SIXTEENTH CONGRESS First Regular Session HOUSE BILL No. 3431 Introduced by BAYAN MUNA Reps. Neri J. Colmenares and Carlos Isagani Zarate AN ACT DECLARING ANDRES BONIFACIO AS THE National Hero EXPLANATORY NOTE In a time when the nation is challenged by foreign intervention, whether by force or by deceit, the need for a national symbol that would represent patriotism, nationalism and the resolve to fight against any foreign intervention and control becomes a vital element in nation-building. However, there has never been a legislation declaring a National Hero. Instead there was only a number of proclamations that gave recognition and honor to a few historical figures for their contribution to society. The most famous of whom are Jose Rizal and Andres Bonifacio. A Decree issued by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo on December 20, 1898, declared December 30 of every year a day of national mourning in honor of Dr. Jose Rizal and other victims of the Philippine Revolution. The Taft Commission, the leg ...
Alliance-Philippines Solidarity Statement November 30, 2013 To the KMB’s 14th year Anniversary and the 150th Bonifacio Day Celebrations MABUHAY! The Alliance-Philippines, an alliance of progressive people’s organization in the Filipino American community in the United States greets you with the most militant greetings on your anniversary and celebrations of the 150th birthday of Andres Bonifacio, the Great Plebbian and founder of the Katipunan. The Kabataang maka-Bayan Pro People Youth was one of the first organization to come forwards to be one of the founders of the Alliance-Philippines in 2005. It was an organization born out of struggles and great contradiction in its founding in 1999 and its consolidation in 2005. KmB carried the correct line during the struggle against the extreme left errors in the 1990’s and brought the US movement into the right path into the 2000’s and again stood with the Alliance to stand for what is right for our community. Today, as you commemorate your founding ...
Dominggo, 01.12.2013, 5:14 AM... Just my kind of hero. The supremo 11:16 pm | Friday, November 29th, 2013 He was a man of paradox: In today’s terms, he would be called an out-of-school youth turned upwardly mobile worker; an orphan with a telenovela background who died a tragic, ultimately triumphant death; a social pro who created a secret society; a hero-worshipping autodidact who himself became a hero, and inspired other heroes. That secret society, of course, was the Kataastaasan, Kagalanggalang na Katipunan ng Mga Anak ng Bayan, the revolutionary organization we all know as the Katipunan or the KKK. And its chief leader was Andres Bonifacio, whose 150th birth anniversary we commemorate today. It is only the plain truth to say that, without Bonifacio, the Philippines would be an entirely different nation. The Philippine Revolution of 1896 is the primary and formative experience of Philippine nationhood, and that revolution was principally Bonifacio’s doing. It was not Bonifacio’s project alone; ...
Random fact: Did you know that Andres Bonifacio was assassinated by Emilio Aguinaldo's army? Under Gen. Aguinaldo's authority nonetheless
Do you think that Andres Bonifacio was the 1st President of the Philippines not Emilio Aguinaldo?
HOT ISSUE: Andres Bonifacio must be considered the FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES and not Emilio Aguinaldo.
Wow. I like production. It's not perfect. It has its flaws but overall it's very good. Almost accurate, historically, which is the most important. They did not overuse old Tagalog compared to their fantasy teleserye titles. They stayed away from the Filipino production technique where a scene gets longer than usual because of unnecessary silent and staring contests. They also stayed away from constant and always confusing scene changes, which usually also meant a story not related to the series (a series within a series) - Filipino style. This is how you do movie. This is how you create a TV series. I can only hope they stick to the correct format after this TV movie. Good job Katipunan production. Just don't forget, the "8 provinces" is a joke of Emilio Aguinaldo. Don't forget, Andres Bonifacio agreed with Visayas and Mindanao governments to create a Federal Philippines. Portray that, then kayo na.
Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo & Jacinto actors is pretty HANDSOME!!! they're great actors and singers I LOVE THEMM!!
History: On November 14, 1875, Gregorio Del Pilar, one of the youngest generals during the 1896 Philippine Revolution against Spain, was born in Bulacan, Bulacan. Popularly known as the “Boy General,” he became General Emilio Aguinaldo’s confidante and right-hand man. Also casually known as "Goyo," he came from a poor family and had to peddle rice cakes and even served as "houseboy" for his aunt until he finished his Bachelor’s degree course from Ateneo de Manila University at age 20. At that time, his uncle, Marcelo H. Del Pilar, was exiled to Guam for his involvement in the 1872 Cavite Mutiny. When he was 13 years old, Goyo became a messenger for another uncle, Deodato Arellano, who took the responsibility of distributing propaganda materials to the different societies after the elder Del Pilar left the country. At age 21, Goyo joined the Philippine Revolutionary Forces against the Spanish rule in August 1896 under the leadership of Andres Bonifacio, as a field commander fighting Spanish garriso ...
The Philippines, an American colony from 1898 to 1946 In 1898, the United States took advantage of the struggles for independence in Spanish colonies to enlarge American political, economic, and moral influence. Ironically, Spanish and American interests were very similar. The Philippines, under Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Aguinaldo, had already begun a revolution against Spain, which had controlled the Islands as a colony, administered from Manila through Mexico from 1565 to 1821, when New Spain became independent of Spain. Events moved quickly in 1898. After the sinking of the "Maine" at Havana harbor, the United States declared war in April. In May, Commodore George Dewey destroyed the Spanish fleet in Manila Bay and the U.S. returned Aguinaldo from exile in Hong Kong. Both men thought that U.S. policy promised independence for the Philippines. In June, Philippine Revolutionaries declared independence, but U.S. troops occupied Manila in August. In December, Spain signed the Treaty of Paris ending the S ...
one of the turning point in my life, the debate with our history teacher/grade 5 adviser MRS FELICITAS LIM (seen on the picture). The topic "General Emilio Aguinaldo ordered to kill Andres Bonifacio", Guys when i was in Grade 5 i was translating the Book "History of the Republic of the Philippines by Gregorio F. Zaide " (a college textbook) from english to tagalog. Gusto ko kasi plagi UMEPAL kay mam lim, hehe, para magsabi ng additional info mam, Ayun sabi kasi ni Mam Si Aguinaldo daw nagpapatay kay Bonifacio" eh sabi sa book hindi naman at tinry daw nyang pigilan. Panig ako sa book kaya yun, 30 mins to less than an hour nagdebate kami ni Mam, more than 10 years after hindi parin nya ko nakaklimutan, God bless you Mam! God Bless Zaide. P.S. Alam nyo ba ang 1986 Edition ng Webster Encyclopedia nung Grade 5 ako ay minememorize ko from A to H. di ko natapos kasi sakit sa ulo. Para mawala yun sakit nglalaro ako family computer from tnghali till 9 kapag weekends. alam nyo my first famicom, galing sa katas ng . ...
The actor who will portray Emilio Aguinaldo in GMA7's Katipunan looks more like Andres Bonifacio than Sid Lucero.
In saying Andres Bonifacio is the first president, we are not taking out the contributions of 29-yr old Emilio Aguinaldo as El Presidente
Do we really have to know the Zodiac Signs of Jose Rizal, Emilio Aguinaldo and Andres Bonifacio??
Nobody ever loses in Philippine elections. Many losers claim they were cheated and file an electoral protest. This pattern goes all the way back to the founding fathers, to March 23, 1897, when Andres Bonifacio and 44 others issued a document that has come down in history as the “Acta de Tejeros.” U...
That fact when your history teacher says that Andres Bonifacio was the first president of the Philippines and not Emilio Aguinaldo. MIND BLOWN.
Better late than never. Happy birthday to our country's National Hero. To his dream to give equal opportunities to Filipinos under the Spanish rule yet was never heard; which led to his death then turned to the uprising of KKK of Andres Bonifacio and Magdalo of Emilio Aguinaldo. Without his dream, an awareness to equality will never be figured out. Jose Rizal
"Do you think Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo is a true Filipino hero considering that he ordered his men to kill Andres Bonifacio? Why? ANSWER=S/O
Andres Bonifacio has been a victim of bad Public Relations from the time Filipinos argued as to who would make the better National Hero between him and Rizal. Andres Bonifacio has been unfairly labeled as the “de facto National Hero of the Philippines”. Bonifacio’s “de facto” heroism loosely translates to “hero in practice but not necessarily obtained by law” (just like PGMA’s first term from Erap’s point of view).   It’s understandable that Filipinos would gravitate towards Dr. Jose Rizal who is more accomplished, multi talented, cultured, well-mannered, fashionable and can woo women in several languages (despite his 4’11 to 5’1 frame). Rizal is media savvy and endowed with diplomatic finesse. Bonifacio on the other hand was always unfairly portrayed as the impulsive revolutionary who wants the systematic hacking of Spaniards and the nationwide bloodshed to commence A.S.A.P. Such savage hot-headedness with the rudimentary qualities of the masa to match made Bonifacio the war frea ...
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – Philippine hero Andres Bonifacio is a Kapampangan, or at least, has Pampango blood in him.This was disclosed Wednesday by an heir and a historian during the commemoration ...
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June 12, 1898. A flag of red, white, and blue, with three stars and a sun with eight rays, is swayed with pride, danced with victory, and is praised with all respect as it is displayed outside from the balcony while General Emilio Aguinaldo announce that the bird has finally been set free from its rusty, spiked cage. From all the blood drained from brave Katipuneros, from Emilio Jacinto, from the martyr priests, from the young Gregorio del Pilar, from Apolinario Mabini; through the lead of Andres Bonifacio, the Revolution has been bloody. Fired up and stirred by the death of the National Hero Gat Jose Rizal at Bagumbayan, and of the Propaganda Movement by Marcelo del Pilar, Graciano Lopez Jaena, et. al; the Filipinos' hearts aflame with strong courage and determination to stand up, rise to the challenge, and break the chains of oppression to finally savor INDEPENDENCE. June 12, 2013. Are the colors of the flag significant to the Filipinos of today? Does any teenager knows the meaning of the colors? How ab ...
Footnotes on the history of the Philippine Independence declared by Emilio Aguinaldo on June 12, 1898 in Kawit, Cavite, Philippines: /The crimes he committed against Andres Bonifacio and Antonio Luna, and his attempt to assassinate the undersigned (i.e. Julio Nakpil) should be condemned by history, and Universal Freemasonry ought to expel him and declare him a spurious son. The coward finds many dangers where none exist! March, 1897 - A persistent rumor circulated that Andres Bonifacio was paid by the friars to promote the rebellion against Spain and also it was said he was sanguinary. Is this the work of his enemies to discredit him?/ I swear before God and before History that everything related in these notes is the truth and I entreat the historian not to publish this until after my death. (Signed) JULIO NAKPIL - Year 1925
it should have been Andres Bonifacio waving the flag at Kawit Cavite not that traitor Emilio Aguinaldo
Interesting that Dr. Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, and even Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo had sanglay mestizo ancestries
Peso Collection! The old 5 pesos was Andres Bonifacio. And the now 5 pesos is Emilio Aguinaldo.
116 taon na ang nakakalipas, isinagawa ang karumaldumal na pagpaslang, tinatawag ni Apolinario Mabini na "KRIMEN," laban sa Supremo ng Katipunan, Andres Bonifacio at kapatid nitong si Procopio. Isang araw bago ito sumapit ay kaarawan ng asawa ng Supremo, ang Lakambini ng Katipuanan na si Gregoria 'Oriang' de Jesus. Narito ang mismong kwento ni Lakambini sa sinapit ng dakilang si Bonifacio sa kamay ng kampo ng mangaagaw-kapangyarihan at mamamaty-bayani na Hen. Emilio Aguinaldo: LAKAMBINI: ON THE DEATH OF ANDRES BONIFACIO "They (the Magdalo partisans) held a secret meeting and resolved to pursue him and pick a quarrel with him, and, if he became offended, to kill or disarm and bind him (A. Bonifacio), together with his soldiers. When the detachment came, they sent a message to our house, from afar off, to lay down our arms. We paid no attention, whereupon they came, and when they approached our house, they surrounded it, and their colonel then entered the house. He (A. Bonifacio) went up to him peacefully a ...
Today in Phl History: Emilio Aguinaldo orders the arrest of Andres Bonifacio (April 15, 1897)
"Assalamu alaykum," It’s been our nation’s misfortune to have had self-seeking “leaders” who unscrupulously subordinate the national interest to their selfish ambitions. Such a jinx might have inflicted itself time and again even before the tragic power struggle between Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Aguinaldo. Which is why Free Zone is more inclined to pay tribute to our valiant Muslim brothers in Sabah than to those enshrined as heroes by myopic historians and sycophantic adulators. -o0o-
Philippine Urban Legends (Jose Rizal was Jack the Ripper) An article from the Philippine Daily Inquirer records some Philippine urban legends: the "White Lady" of Balete Drive, Robina Gokongwei's "snake twin" lurking in department store dressing rooms, the elusive "kapre" that lives in an ancient mango tree near the Emilio Aguinaldo house in Kawit town, and Andres Bonifacio's love child from a p...See More
Two heroes, two rivals, one country. Emilio Aguinaldo or Andres Bonifacio?
Very little is written in Philippine History books about Josephine Bracken, the alleged widow of Dr. Jose Rizal, the National Hero of the Filipinos. The few pages devoted to her usually pictures a very silent and reserved lady, a lady that briefly came and suddenly went, a lady lost into oblivion after the execution of Rizal. Not many know that Josephine joined the revolutionaries of Cavite where she cared for the sick and wounded and eventually took to the frontlines and killed a Spanish officer.         Josephine’s rendezvous with the Filipino revolutionaries happened in the afternoon of December 30, 1896, the day Rizal was executed by firing squad at the Luneta. She and Paciano and Trining (Rizal’s brother and sister) immediately proceeded to San Francisco de Malabon, Cavite and met the Supremo of the Katipunan, Andres Bonifacio. Trining mentioned that her brother left a poem, which he hid inside a lamp and Bonifacio borrowed it so he could translate the poem from Spanish to Tagalog, which the ...
Did you know that? The black flag with the skull and cross bones was called "Llanera's skull" by Andres Bonifacio. * * * A Musikong Bumbong (band with bamboo musical instruments) accompanied Mariano Llanera and the rebels of San Isidro when, using only bolos and pointed sticks (and the band), they attacked the Spanish Garrison on September 2, 3 and 4, 1896. * * * The Cry of Balintawak (Aug 26, 1896) was actually the Cry of Pugadlawin (Aug 23, 1896) * * * Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo was elected in absentia during the Tejeros Convention * * * Gen. Arthur MacArthur liberated Manila (Mock Battle of Manila) in 1898, while Gen. Douglas Macarthur liberated Manila in World War II. * * * At the time of the proclamation of the Philippine Independence, Aguinaldo's official title was "Dictator." * * * During the first skirmish of Katipuneros and Spaniards on August 26, 1896, both sides retreated: the Katipuneros retreated because they had only a few guns and bolos; the Spaniards retreated because they were greatly outnumb ...
What i know is he was murder ordered by Emilio Aguinaldo due to that he Emilio Aguinaldo want to be the sole President for the whole Philippines.Andres Bonifacio is the President is the Tagalog side which is Manila today and Emilio Aguinaldo was the President is Cavite side.Emilio invite Andres to go to Cavite to unite the two side,but the cousin of Emilio advice Emilio that is not a good idea because Andres was much favorable to the people and he would over-throne Emilio to Presidence. So Emilio plan to Ambush Andres,and in Andres was surprise why Emilio army start fighting them until Andres was stub many times and brought him in Emilio's house.The mother of Emilio saw Andres wounded and still breathing then Emilio ask his troop why do you bring him here.Andres look at Emilio and told him traitor and coward until his dying breath.History didn't want to let the Filipino knows about it because it would disgrace our First president who is also a big murderer. To get more in depth with the matter go look it ...
Kaaya-ayang ugali ni Andres Bonifacio • Optimistic Attitude and Strong Sense of Responsibility Andres Bonifacio was barely fourteen years old when they were orphaned. Without any hesitation, he assumed the responsibility of raising his younger siblings. • Value for Work and Virtue of Not Wasting Time While working as clerk for Fleming and Company, Bonifacio also worked as poster-maker to augment his income. In the early phase of 1896, he shifted to another English company known as Fressels Company where he worked as an agent. • Social Responsiveness Just like any other Indio of his time, Bonifacio felt the social malaise as a result of oppressive Spanish colonial administration. • Patriotism and Love for his native language When the Kalayaan, the official organ of the Katipunan, essays written by Bonifacio such as “Ang Dapat Mabatid ng mga Tagalog” and “Pag-ibig sa Tinubuang Lupa” were included. Bonifacio encouraged the use of the vernacular in the association and opted to write in Tagalog ...
My friends do you want to be led and misled by a leader that has a family history of being a traitor to the Filipino people for the last 116 years of Philippine History. They're the Aquino clan! I enumerate their ACTS OF TREASON against the Philippine nation and its people. 1. Servillano Aquino was the executioner of Katipunan or KKK leader Andres Bonifacio. Severino sided to another traitor, Emilio Aguinaldo just to steal the leadership away from duly recognized leader of Katipunan in 1897. 2. Benigno Aquino I was a Japanese Collaborator during World War II that led to millions of Filipinos killed and abused by Japanese invaders from 1942 to 1945. 3. Ninoy Aquino was the person that revealed the secret military expedition called Operation Merdeka tasked by former President Ferdinand Marcos with the help of Tausug warriors to retake Sabah from its illegal occupants, Malaysia. That resulted to deaths of number of young Muslim warriors that was called 'Jabidah Massacre' and put the blame on Marcos but as we ...
A lot has already been said and written about the historical inaccuracies of Mark Meily's El Presidente, how the glamour project dastardly re-portrayed historical figures to suit enlarged egos and their enlarged pockets. Andres Bonifacio (played with a notable lack of charm by Cesar Montano), the founder of the Philippine Revolution who was tragically killed by his fellow men, is depicted as a severely sore loser. Antonio Luna (played, complete with gritting teeth, by Christopher de Leon), a top-ranking general of the revolutionary government who was murdered, is shown to be cruel, despotic and deserving of his embarrassing death as a matter of narrative logic. Emilio Aguinaldo (played with uncharacteristic and unbelievable nobility by Jorge Estregan), the titular president, reaps all the rewards of Meily's unapologetic cinematic slander, coming out as an indisputable hero as sanctioned by the motherland herself. In fairness to Meily, he is simply a writer-director shackled by the demands of producers. He ...
Is it possible that my ancestor is Francisco Carreon, who happens to be a General of Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Aguinaldo?
On November 30, 2013, Andres Bonifacio, the Father of the Philippine Revolution, will mark his 150th birth anniversary. However, misconceptions about his true character still hound Bonifacio, 116 years after he was killed by his fellowmen.
Sid Lucero plays Andres Bonifacio & plays Emilio Aguinaldo to air in the 2nd quarter of 2013 MC
Born in Manila, Jacinto was proficient both in Spanish and Tagalog. He attended San Juan de Letran College, and later transferred to the University of Santo Tomas to study law. He had Manuel Quezon, Sergio Osmena and Juan Sumulong as classmates. He did not finish college and, at the age of 19, he joined the secret society called Katipunan. He became the advisor on fiscal matters and secretary to Andrés Bonifacio. He was later known as Utak ng Katipunan.. Jacinto also wrote for the Katipunan newspaper called Kalayaan. He wrote in the newspaper under the pen name Dimasilaw, and used the alias Pingkian in the Katipunan. Jacinto was the author of the Kartilya ng Katipunan as well. After Bonifacio's death, Jacinto pressed on the Katipunan's struggle. Like general Mariano Álvarez, he refused to join the forces of General Emilio Aguinaldo, the leader of the Katipunan's Magdalo faction. He contracted malaria and died in Magdalena, Laguna, at the age of 23. His remains were later transferred to the Manila North ...
Sid Lucero will play Andres Bonifacio while Mike Tan is cast as Emilio Aguinaldo in upcoming GMA News docudrama ...
it's like how Emilio Aguinaldo had Andres Bonifacio killed.
ONE hundred thirteen years ago today, a great tragedy befell the Pearl of the Orient Seas. In a mountain of Maragondon, Cavite province, Andres Bonifacio, the founder and Supremo of the Philippine Revolutionary movement was executed following a Kangaroo Court military trial by the camp of Emilio Aguinaldo, the man who deposed him by way of an anomalous "national elections." This virtual murder of a man who wielded the revolutionary fire of courage and the great vision of an archipelagic nation free and liberated from the yoke of colonial rule was so tragic it initially "smothered the enthusiasm for the revolutionary cause" of many non-Caviteno revolutionaries such that Aguinaldo's "so-called government had to withdraw to the mountains of Biak-na-Bato in Bulacan." The Supremo's death represented the tragedy of the Philippine Revolution having been wrestled away from its mass base towards a direction marked by capitulation to foreign rule and dominated by elite interest. Today, May 10, 2010, the country fac ...
EVERY MAN / Manila Standard Today / Jan. 26, 2013 By Nelson Forte Flores, LL.B., 3°     THE First Philippine Republic was born with impunity as a twin. Since impunity apparently was seared into the consciousness of succeeding leaders it is no longer  surprising that today this reprehensible trait is strongly evident in some leaders running our government institutions, most especially the security organs of the state. History records that the first instance of impunity among Filipino leaders happened in 1897 during the Tejeros convention in Cavite, where the seeds of the early Philippine Republic started its germination. According to witnesses, the convention election was rigged prior to its start to ensure that Emilio Aguinaldo would prevail over Andres Bonifacio, the father of the Philippine Revolution and founder of the Kataas-taasang Kagalang-galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan. It appears that some election ballots were already filled up with Aguinaldo’s name before the election was held. T ...
The Tejeros convention according to General Artemio Ricarte Posted on Sunday August 05, 2012 14:45:48 UTC Filed under Philippine History category (July, 1926, Teodoro M. Kalaw) The presence of Andres Bonifacio in Cavite until his death which occurred on the 10th of May, 1897, is described in the Memoirs of General Artemio Ricarte. Andres Bonifacio, the "Supremo" (Supreme head) of the Katipunan arrived there about the latter half of December, 1896. He was called by the Magdiwang government which, with the Magdalo government, had just given battle to the Spanish forces in the province. The triumphs achieved by the two revolutionary organizations in their respective territories in Cavite bred a certain rivalry among its men which Bonifacio was called upon to stop. To receive him, Emilio Aguinaldo, Daniel Tirona and others, went to Imus. From Imus, Bonifacio proceeded to San Francisco de Malabon, which was under the jurisdiction of the Magdiwang government. There he was given a big reception. The "Supremo" .. ...
Old Casa-Hacienda de Tejeros Ruins,Cavite.The former Recollect estate house, here the warring Magdalo faction of Emilio Aguinaldo and the Magdiwang faction of Andres Bonifacio met to establish a revolutionary government. Presided over by Bonifacio, the assembly decided to establish a central revolutionary government toward the end of the session. Aguinaldo was elected President, Mariano Trias as Vice-President, Artemio Ricarte as Captain-General, Emiliano Riego de Dios as Director of War and Andres Bonifacio as Director of the Interior. While Bonifacio was being proclaimed, Daniel Tirona, a Magdalo, stood up and questioned Bonifacio’s qualifications. A lawyer, he said, should fill the position. Bonifacio, invoking his authority as presiding officer, declared the proceedings null and void and left in disgust. He established his own government in Naic, Cavite.The site is now a landscaped park with the Cañas River to the west. At the northwestern corner of the lot are the ruins of a heavy adobe st ...
General Miong as Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy was legendary called, became the President of the New Revolutionary Government without Charter like the Kartilya of the Katipunan, no documented membership and no definite objective but to usurp power for the mean time as a “nick of time” to get rid the Andres Bonifacio as the Supremo Presidente or Supreme President of the Republic of Katagalugan. This is therefore a legitimate evidence that Bonifacio should be revered and arrayed as one of the Philippine Presidents being the first.
Planning to watch El Presidente (Emilio Aguinaldo) and then Supremo: The Story of Andres Bonifacio. Two good movies :)
I just finished watching El Presidente...despite of his mistakes (on the deaths of Gat Andres Bonifacio and General Antonio Luna) and defeats, the nation should be grateful and remember President Emilio Aguinaldo for his share of sorrows and sacrifices for Inang Bayan (Like the Philippine Flag and the Republic).after all, he also loved our country...It is the division among ourselves that is the true cause of the death of Andres Bonifacio... This time, We should be united and have faith in the Lord to solve our problems and work for the welfare and greatness of Our beloved Philippines. Mabuhay ang Republika ng Pilipinas!!! :D
Aguinaldo's orders to assassinate Andres Bonifacio and Gen. Antonio Luna should be taught in all schools in the country as cowardly acts not worthy of emulation. In fact the name Emilio Aguinaldo itself must be scrapped among the names of heroes. I graduated among the top in both elementary and high school, and I couldn't recall that a teacher ever mentioned this fact in history classes. Oh yeah, maybe I was sleeping in all history classes during those years. Read on ...
I hope teachers won't use the film El Presidente for their history classes. Andres Bonifacio had a temper, but he was not a traitor.
A QUESTION FOR FILIPINOS and Philippine History buffs: Why is the date of the DEATH (execution by Spanish firing squad) of the National Hero Dr José Rizal on 30-December celebrated as "Rizal Day" and not his birthday on 19-June ??? Why is it that the 30-November BIRTHDAY of another Philippine hero, Andres Bonifacio, is celebrated as "Bonifacio Day" and not the 10-May anniversary of his death (execution by a Filipino firing squad) ??? .
So even Andres Bonifacio is one of those who wanted power and can't take defeat over Emilio Aguinaldo
BIOGRAPHY OF EMILIO AGUINALDO Early Life and Education: Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy was the seventh of eight children born to a wealthy mestizo family in Cavite on March 22, 1869. His father, Carlos Aguinaldo y Jamir, was the town mayor or gobernadorcillo of Old Cavite. Emilio's mother was Trinidad Famy y Valero. The boy went to elementary school and attended secondary school at the Colegio de San Juan de Letran, but had to drop out before earning his high school diploma when his father passed away in 1883. Emilio stayed home to assist his mother with the family agricultural holdings. On January 1, 1895, Emilio Aguinaldo made his first foray into politics with an appointment as Cavite's capitan municipal. Like fellow anti-colonial leader Andres Bonifacio, he also joined the Masons. Katipunan and the Philippine Revolution: In 1894, Andres Bonifacio himself inducted Emilio Aguinaldo into the Katipunan, a secret anti-colonial organization. The Katipunan called for the ouster of Spain from the Philippines, by arm ...
An official movie selection for Metro Manila Film Festival 2012 A bioepic film about Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Philippine Republic. L...
can't believe I'm actually researching abt Andres Bonifacio & Emilio Aguinaldo after watching El Presidente!so confused abt PhilHis already!
At least we know now that Emilio Aguinaldo was hesitant when he ordered that Andres Bonifacio be sentenced to death.
Trivia NungUna -a sad story- On May 7, 1987, the military court sent the papers of the trial to President Emilio Aguinaldo (Revolutionary Government) for confirmation of the death sentence. After a study of the case, he modified the death penalty and ordered the exile of Andres Bonifacio and his brother Procopio to a distant place. Upon learning of this change in the court decision, Generals Mariano Noriel and Pio del Pilar rushed to the President. They implored him to approve the death sentence in order to safeguard the best interest of the Revolution and to preserve the morale of the forces. Aguinaldo thus withdraw his objection and ordered the immediate execution of the decision of the military court. On May 10, 1897, Andres Bonifacio and his brother were taken out of jail by a platoon of Aguinaldo's soldiers under the command of Col. Lazaro Makapagal. They were shot to death at Mount Buntis, a little mountain near Maragondon. -Book of The Philippine Revolution -indeed, a very unhappy end to be killed ...
Emilio Aguinaldo is the one responsible for Andres Bonifacio's death. This piece of history should be included in our text books. We deserve a fair share of factual history.
I grew up learning about many heroes. There is Jose Rizal, an educated lover boy, who is a mix of Spanish, Chinese and Filipino descendant- known for his rebellious writings against the Spanish regime. He is our National Hero because according to the “experts” he represents the true character of Filipinos which happened to be a non-believer of violence. On the other hand, Andres Bonifacio is also a hero but never had the kind of buzz that Rizal had. Now his case is so much different from Rizal because aside from not being eloquent, this guy decided to fight the Spaniards and went up against Emilio Aguinaldo, who was then the very first President of the Republic of the Philippines and was known as an ally of the Spaniards. Among the two great characters of the Philippine History, historians voted for Rizal to be our National Hero not because of the books he has written, not because he was killed in Luneta, but because he was educated, has a good image, and didn’t use a machete to fight for our countr ...
From an old religion, Masonry evolved into a continuous line of brotherhood that seeks to find truth and the propagation of peace. Although Masonry is a group known by the public, there are still things people cannot figure out about it, and which leave those outside this secret society intrigued. Mostly intellectuals and big names in society make up the group of Masonry in the Philippines like Andres Bonifacio, Marcelo H. Del Pilar, Emilio Aguinaldo, and the one said to be the most intelligent and successful mason, Dr. Jose Rizal. It was in 1890 that Rizal became a Master Mason and used the name Dimasalang. Although he did not start the battle against the Spaniards, his ideologies as a mason pushed him to pursue freedom and seek an end to the discrimination against Filipinos -- something that made the Catholic Church at the time very unhappy, and which resulted in Rizal's imprisonment. Now that the Philippines is free from foreign colonizers, what role does masonry play in the country? What do the teachi ...
5'3" and 5'4" si Emilio Aguinaldo and Andres Bonifacio, respectively. Cool!
Emilio Aguinaldo the one who executed Andres Bonifacio lolz
Curious why Emilio Aguinaldo sent someone to kill Andres Bonifacio.. History.. Yeah!! I somehow what to know and bothered by this scene
Who has the right to claim the leadership of the Philippine Revolution between Emilio Aguinaldo and Andres Bonifacio? Just comment. Thanks.
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Andres Bonifacio president of the 1st Philippine Republic was back stabbed by Emilio Aguinaldo and his faction over power and politics.
Watched an iWitness Docu about Andres Bonifacio. It made me hate Emilio Aguinaldo. He's such a traitor!
watching a documentary about Andres Bonifacio & Emilio Aguinaldo. Who really killed Bonifacio?
in HISTORY - 4 JUNE 1898 - Gen. Gregorio Del Pilar y Sempio reports to Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy about the military operations undertaken primarily in Bulacan province during the so-called second phase of the Philippine Revolution against Spain: their success at capturing and taking the station in Bigaa, Bulacan, which was garrisoned by 24 men of the Spanish Infantry and Rural Guards; control of nine (9) Bulacan towns; engagement of the forces of Sr. Isidoro Torres y Dayao at Malolos against Macabebe volunteers and Spanish Infantry; as well as the agreement among well-learned residents of Malolos and neighboring towns for Torres to temporarily occupy the position of Dictator of the Zone; Torres, it should be noted, has refused to recognize the authority of Aguinaldo, at least during the time of the Biak-na-Bato peace pact forged by Aguinaldo a few months after the latter seized revolutionary leadership from, and eliminating via assassination *** execution Andres Bonifacio y de Castro, the Supreme Presi ...
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