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  1. #21
    Belated din. Siguro, light green na ang bahay nya makalipas ang isang taon.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by LimpBwiZit View Post
    sayang at natigok agad sya, just like ninoy.

    i think wala rin itong pinagkaiba sa mga nationalists na kauri nina nkumura, boigny, mugabe, etc. pagkatapos magsalita ng mabulaklak and mapalaya ang mga bansa nila, magdidiktador lang din pala sila dahil ang tingin nila sa mga kababayan nila ay mangmang.

    btw, the biggest legacy of rizal: trapo politics.

    hindi na-elect na president ng La Solidaridad, tumiwalag at bumuo ng La Liga Filipina, pero walang sumali sa kanya...wehehehehe.

    sa kahaba-haba man ng litanya nya tungkol sa mga abuso ng kastila sa pilipinas, ang totoo lang, eto ang gusto nya:

    1. gusto nyang tumira sa europa, pero naubos na ng sangla ang mga lupain nila sa laguna, kaya pinagpipilitan nya magkaroon tayo ng representative sa spanish parliament dahil tingin nya, kung meron man, sya yon. e di sosyal sya, member of the parliament (check the biographies of african nationalists...walang pinagkaiba)

    2. na-remata ang mga lupa nila sa laguna dahil sinangla ng nanay nya para mapag-aral sya sa europe. kung sinu-sinong powerful people ang tinakbuhan nya para di sila mapalayas, but to no avail. ang kanyang last resort, mag-black propaganda para ma-threaten sa kanya ang mga espanyol at baka mapagbigyan sila na wag muna mapaalis sa bahay nila.

    3. guilty sya. dahil sa pagka-social climber nya na magpa-europe-europe kuno para mag-aral kuno, naubos ang kabuhayan ng parents nya. and kawawa naman ang ilan ba? 9 others nya na mga kapatid. and anong ginawa nya sa europe? nakipag-eyeball sa penpal nyang si blumentritt at mag-eurotour at tumikim ng mga pokpok sa iba't ibang bansa, kasi hindi sya maka-score sa madrid dahil di hamak na wala syang binatbat kina del pilar, lopez-jaena, luna, etc. dahil sya ay 4'11" lang!!! may sapatos pa yan!!!. hindi nya natapos ang pag-aaral nya sa madrid kasi nag-ilusyon na lumipat sa heidelberg. di naman nya ma-afford.

    4. hindi pala talaga nya matanggap na pagkatapos sya isuka ng mga pinoy sa madrid, bigo syang uuwi sa pilipinas, kaya nagsulat-sulat sya ng libro na patchwork lang naman ng works ng famous authors sa europe. di pa rin ma-take ng pride nya, kaya nag-volunteer sana sa cuba, pero ngek, hindi nga sya licensed physician kaya di sya tinanggap!!!
    And he lived and probably married a foreigner even tho he swears on the beauty of a Filipina
    if we look closely at all the Filipino heroes during the Revolution they all have self interest. i do believed that Rizal tried to save himself by trying to profess his loyalty and would have sign an oath of allegiance if given the chance

  3. #23
    Art and historical exhibits are set to open this Thursday, June 17, to commemorate national hero Jose Rizal's 150th birth anniversary on Sunday. These exhibits will be held at the University of the Philippines (UP), Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU), and Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).


    http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/lifestyle...s-open-june-17

  4. #24
    malapit na. sana marami sa atin ang maging part ng mga events.

  5. #25
    ^^ Puspusan ang trabaho na ginagawa sa Calamba para sa bagong Rizal monument and park sa harap ng City Hall. Si P.Noy ang GOH dito.

    This will be the largest Rizal monument/statue in the country once completed.

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    115TH Anniversary of the Martyrdom of Dr. Jose Rizal

    MANILA – The Rizal Day 2011 Inter-Agency Task Force in cooperation with other national and local government agencies will lead the national commemoration of the 115th Anniversary of the Martyrdom of Dr. Jose Rizal on December 30, 2011, 7:00 a.m. at the Rizal National Monument, Rizal Park, Manila; Rizal Shrine, Calamba City, Laguna; and Rizal Shrine, Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte.


    The Flag-raising and Wreath-laying rites at the Rizal National Monument will be led by President Benigno S. Aquino III. Unveiling of the Rizal Fountain at the Noli Me Tangere Garden follows immediately. NHCP Chair Dr. Maria Serena I. Diokno, Exec. Dir. Ludovico D. Badoy and other officials from various government agencies will join President Aquino in the abovementioned activities.


    The official launching of the first-ever interpretation of “Mi Ultimo Adios” in Filipino Sign Language will be held at the Rizal Shrine Fort Santiago on December 29, 2011, 4:00 in the afternoon at the Rizal Shrine Fort Santiago. The film is directed by Ms. Mirana Medina.


    Calamba City Mayor Joaquin M. Chipeco, Jr. and Dapitan City Mayor Dominador Jalosjos, Jr. will lead the commemorative rites in the cities of Calamba and Dapitan respectively. Conferences, symposia, oratorical contest, film showings, free LRT/MRT rides on December 30 are some of the activities for the observance of Rizal Day.


    Rizal was exiled in Dapitan (now Dapitan City in Zamboanga del Norte) from 1892 – 1896. The Spanish authorities accused him for allegedly keeping subversive pamphlets in his possession. He was arrested and charged the crimes of rebellion and sedition.


    On December 30, 1896, Rizal was executed by firing squad at Bagumbayan (now Rizal Park).


    The NHCP is a national government agency mandated to promote and preserve Philippine historical heritage through research, information dissemination, conservation, including the marking of historic sites and structures, and the maintenance and administration of national shrines and landmarks.


    http://www.nhi.gov.ph/index.php?opti...sk=view&id=742

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    Quote Originally Posted by arcie View Post
    Aside from writing the Noli and the Fili that unwittingly inspired Filipino patriots (without Rizal really intending it) to revolt against Spain what had Jose Rizal really done to make a Philippine nation born? I can be sure that travelling around the world and womanize at the expense of his not so rich family was not one of them. Gheez, Haydn Kho. at 23, had done a lot better IF we speak of that department. At least Kho had not used his parents' money in his escapades.

    Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying that Jose Rizal shouldn't be a hero. But many others like Andres Bonifacio, Apolinario Mabini et al should be reigning as the nation's national heroes today. There would be no Philippines today without them. They did far greater works and sacrifices to establish a Filipino nation than Rizal did. The latter was just glorified by the early Filipino writers, e.g. Claro M. Recto, out of euphoria not of historical significance.
    You sir, is an idiot. Study and research. Ayoko sna ptulan yang post mo but you are plainly an idiot. Do you know that word? I-D-I-O-T. Now research that word an maybe you would avoid useless post in the future.

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    Jose Rizal honored with exhibit in US Library of Congress

    As the Philippines commemorates the 115th death anniversary of national hero Dr. Jose Rizal on December 30, Filipinos in other parts of the world are also paying tribute to him.

    In the Asian Asian Reading Room of the United States Library of Congress, an actual original manuscript of Rizal's "Noli Me Tangere" is now on display until January 5.

    The rare display, which opened on December 27, is also part of the library's commemoration of the 150th birth anniversary of Rizal this year, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said.

    "Also part of the display are transcripts of the Rizal trial, books on Fort Santiago where Rizal was incarcerated and newspaper accounts, mostly from Spain, of Rizal's execution in Manila on 30 December 1896," the DFA said.

    Rizal's "Noli Me Tangere," originally written in Spanish, depicts the injustices experienced by Filipinos during the Spanish colonization of the Philippines.



    http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story...y-of-congress#

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    PAPANO SILA NAKA PAGPA PICTURE SA LUNETA? ANONG KALOKOHAN ITO? Nakatulog ata si Manong Sikyu so mga oras na iyon.


    HAHAHA.

  11. #31
    Paano ba itaas to Pambansang Bayani status si Bonifacio without excessively hurting Rizal's legacy?

  12. #32
    Mabuhay si Rizal!

  13. #33
    malapit na uli ang december 30. para lang maalala natin ang pambansang bayani natin.

  14. #34
    Pumangit yung bahay ni Rizal! But it could have been worse- buti na lang hindi NEON or RADIUM (glow in the dark) green paint ang ginamit.

  15. #35
    idol ko si pepito .... so kool kasi pa-PePepito lang.

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    Idol ko yang si Rizal. Ginagaya ko yung hairdo nya nung totoy pa ako. Pag nakakita ako ng chics, pinapakitaan ko ng Rizal poker face gaya ng sa mga postcards niya. Astig talaga si Rizal.

    Second si Bonifacio sa akin kasi medyo mataas ang hairline.

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    154th birth anniversary of Jose Rizal—doctor, scholar, writer, and national hero: gov.ph/rizal-monument

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