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  • Andres Bonifacio y de Castro (Andres Bonifacio)
    1863 - 1897
  • Andres Bonifacio
    Born: November 30, 1863 in Tondo, Manila
    Father: Santiago Bonifacio, a tailor; served as teniente mayor
    Mother: Catalina de Castro, a mestiza of Spanish descent; a cigarette factory worker
    Eldest child
    Brothers: Ciriaco, Procopio, and Troadio
    Sisters: Espiridonia and Maxima
  • Work and Education
    Educated in Tondo
    Dropped out of school when he became orphaned at the age of 14
    Self-educated man
    Read the following books: La Historia de la Revolucion Francesa, Noli Me Tangere, El Filibusterismo, Les Miserables,Kodigo Penal at Sibil, BuhayngmgaPangunong Estados Unidos
  • Work and Education
    Supported himself and his siblings by selling canes and paper fans
    Worked as a messenger and later on became a sales agent at Fleming and Company;
    Worked as a warehouseman at Fresell and Company
  • Married Life
    First wife: Monica, died of leprosy
    Second wife:
    Gregoria de Jesus
    Married in 1893
    Roman Catholic rites
    Before the freemasons
    Son Andres died of
    small pox
    Andres and Gregoria
  • Kataastaasang, Kagalanggalang, Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan (KKK)
  • Bonifacio and the Katipunan
    Bonifaciowas a member of Rizal’s La Liga Filipina
    Bonifacio formed the Katipunan on July 7, 1892 after Rizal was banished to Dapitan
    KKK – a secret society whose members were anti-Spanish Filipino who believed that freedom can only be obtained through armed revolution
  • Three Objectives of the Katipunan
    Political - working for the separation of the Philippines from Spain.
    Moral - teaching of good manners, hygiene, good morals, and attacking dogmatism, religious fanaticism, and weakness of character.
    Civicaim - revolved around the principle of self-help and the defense of the poor and the oppressed.
  • Bonifacio and the Katipunan
    Bonifacio used the pseudonym May pag-asa("There is Hope").
    When membership was extended to females, Bonifacio's wife Gregoria de Jesús was one of the leading members.
    Bonifaciowas a member of and eventually became the head of the KatipunanSupreme Council.
  • Bonifacio and the Katipunan
    Developed close friendship with Emilio Jacinto who served as his adviser and confidant, as well as a member of the Supreme Council
    Wrote “MgaKatungkulangGagawinngAnakng Z. LL. B.” (The Decalogue)
    Tagalogwas the language used by the Katipuneros
    Kalayaan– official organ and newspaper
  • Bonifacio and the Katipunan
    August 1896 – Bonifacio reorganized the Katipunan into a de facto Revolutionary Government
    Friction developed between Magdiwang and Magdalo group in Cavite
    Emilio Aguinaldo won as president
    Bonifacio and brother Procopio were arrested and tried and convicted for sedition and treason
  • Death of Bonifacio
    Death sentence was reduced to exile but was later reinstated
    Bonifacio and Procopio were brought to Mt. Tala by Maj. LazaroMakapagal
    the Bonifacio brothers were shot on May 10, 1897 and buried in a shallow grave marked only by a few twigs and leaves.
  • Bonifacio as a Hero
    Andrés Bonifacio, along with José Rizal, is one of only two implied national heroes of the Philippines.
    implied recognition of being national heroes because they both have national holidays in their honor: Bonifacio Dayon November 30, and Rizal Day on December 30.
  • Left: Andres Bonifacio Monument in Caloocan City
    Right: Andres Bonifacio Monument in the City of Manila
  • Andrés Bonifacio y de Castro
    Literary Contributions
  • Poems
    • KatapusangHibikngPilipinas (The Last Appeal of the Philippines)
    • Pag-ibigsaTinubuangLupa
    • TapunanngLingap
    • AngmgaCazadores
    • HulingPaalamni Dr. Jose Rizal (Salinng Mi Ultimo Adios ni Gat Andres Bonifacio )
    • The Decalogue
  • Works and Contributions
    A moro-moro actor
    One of the greatest motivational writers and speakers of his generation
    He also wrote about how the Filipinos were tortured by the Spaniards.
  • The Decalogue ("Duties of the Sons of the People“)
    I. Love God with all thine heart.
    II. Bear always in mind that the love of God is also the love of Country, and this, too, is love of one's fellow-men.
    III. Engrave in thy heart that the true measure of honor and happiness is to die for the freedom of thy country.
    IV. All thy good wishes will be crowned with success if thou has serenity, constancy, reason, and faith in all thy acts and endeavor.
    V. Guard the mandates and aims of the K.K.K. as thou guardestthinehonor.
    VI. It is the duty of all to deliver, at the risk of their own lives and wealth, anyone whose life is in danger because of some noble cause.
  • The Decalogue
    VII. Our responsibility to ourselves and the performance of our duties will be the example set for our countrymen to follow.
    VIII. Insofar as it is within thy power, share thy means with the poor and the unfortunate.
    IX. Diligence in the work that gives sustenance to thee is the true basis of love -- love for thine own self, for thine wife and children, for thine brothers and countrymen.
    X. Punish any scoundrel and traitor and praise all good work. Believe, likewise, that the aims of the K.K.K. are God-given, for the will of the people is also the will of God.
  • AngDekalogongKatipunan
    MgaKatungkulangGagawinngAnakng Z. LL. B.
    IbiginmoangDiyosngbuongpuso.
    Lagingisaisipnaangtunaynapag-ibigsaDiyos ay angpag-ibigsabayan at sakapwatao.
    Ikintalmosapusonaangtunaynakarangalan at kaligayahan ay natatamosaiyongpagkamataysapakikilabansangalanngiyongbayan.[1]
    Anglahatngmabubuti mong hangarin ay makakamtan kung ikaw ay mahinahon, matiyaga, makatwiran, may pag-asasaiyonggawain.
    Pangalagaangkatuladngiyongkarangalanangmgakautusan at mgahangarinng K.K.K.[2].
  • MgaKatungkulangGagawinngAnakng Z. LL. B.
    Katungkulan mong iligtasangbuhaynanasapanganibsapagpupumilitnamatupadangisangmarangalnahangarinkahitmapilitangihandogmoangsarilingbuhay at yaman.
    Bayaangangatingsarilingpag-uugali at pangingilossapagtupadngatingtungkulin ay maginguliranngiba.
    Bahaginanmongiyongyamanangbawatdukha at taongkulangpalad[3] saloobngiyongmakakaya.
    Angpagsusumikap at pagpipilitnakumitangikakabuhay ay nagpapahayagangtunaynapagmamahalsasarili, saasawa, anak, kapatid at kababayan.
    May parusasabawatsalarin at taksil, at gantimpalasalahatngmabutinggawa. Panaligangangmgapuntahinng K.K.K. ay kaloobngDiyos at anghangarinhinggilsaiyongbayan ay hangarin din ngDiyos.
  • THE END