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El filibusterismo Continuing Relevance


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El filibusterismo Continuing Relevance

  1. 1. { El Filibusterismo 2 Continuing Relevance
  2. 2. Valderrama, Maila Juanita Doblas, Agnes Larena, Josefino Jr T. Tradio ,Lisa Jumao-as, Alberto Group Members
  3. 3. { Keywords
  4. 4. Cavite Mutiny of 1872 was an uprising of Filipino military personnel of Fort San Felipe, the Spanish arsenal in Cavite
  5. 5.  Revolution Revolution-a violent attempt to overthrow a government
  6. 6.  Filibuster Filibuster -an action such as a prolonged speech that obstructs progress in a legislative assembly while not technically contravening the required procedures.
  7. 7.  Migranters Migranters-Human migration is the movement by people from one place to another with the intentions of settling, permanently or temporarily in a new location
  8. 8.  Cuba Cuba is a Caribbean island nation under communist rule. It has sugar-white beaches and is dotted with tobacco fields, which play a part in the production of the country's legendary cigars
  9. 9.  The importance of Rizal’s ideas for our generation has a twofold basis first the applicability to present –day problems, and second ,their inspirational value. Rizal holds a mirror to our face and we see ourselves our vices our defects ,our meanness, because the conditions he describes are the very conditions we see around us,and the characters he portrays are people we continue to meet. One hand holds a mirror to shame us and the other points the way to our regeneration.Yet the truth is that the mirror was not meant to reveal our image, but the image of the people and the society of Rizal time Renato Constantino relevance of Rizal’s teachings
  10. 10.  u council to stay in Madrid and write there is very benevolent; but I can not and I must not accept it. I can not stand life in Madrid; there we are all "vox clamantis in deserto"; my relatives want to see me and I want to see them too; Nowhere is life as pleasant to me as in my homeland, next to my family. I am still not Europeanized as the Filipinos of Madrid say; I always want to return to the country of my aborigines. "The goat always throws the bush," they told me.  Rizal responded to Blumentritt. In a letter dated 19 June 1887, the patriot wrote: Revolution as a Means of Social Change
  11. 11.  Rizal himself was admired as a good leader.His colleagues in the Propaganda Moverment repected him because he showed a kind of leadership that was not motived by personal interest.The call for a good leadership could leadership could be gleaned from El Fili when he stressed the importance of National sentiment to guard the society against all kinds of injustices and oppression On leadership and Governance
  12. 12.  At the time that Simoun was planning to launch the revolution,students including Basilio were also fighting for the establishment of a school that would allow natives to learn the Spanish language.Simoun strongly reated against the project advocated by the students.For him ,it would mean the death of national identity and the institutionalization of Tyranny.In Chapters 6 (Basilio) AND 7 ( Simoun), Simoun expressed his disapproval of the students’program ,convincing Basilio to join him in his plan of revolution instead. On Education and Language
  13. 13.  Jose Rizal through the character of Padre Florentino, a patriotic Filipino priest in El Fili.Rizal saw the youth as future of the country because this generation would one day lead the nation. Their actions today would shape the path of tomorrow.  Rizal stressed the important role of the youth in challenging the government as seen in the efforts of students like Basilio and Isagani to organize themselves and unite to call for reforms. On the Filipino Youth
  14. 14. { “ To fore tell the destiny of a nation, it is necessary to open the books that tell of her past” Jose Rizal
  15. 15. {Thank you so much to Michael Ocampo Aldrin Lim
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  17. 17. { {Kabesang Tales  Cabeza Telesforo Juan de Dios, a former cabeza de barangay (barangay head) of Sagpang, a barangay in San Diego's neighboring town Tiani, who resurfaced as the feared Luzón bandit Matanglawin. He is the son of Tandang Selo, and father of Juli and Tano. Paulinian Photographers Guild
  18. 18. { {Placido Penitente  A student of the University of Santo Tomas who was very intelligent and wise but did not want, if not only by his mother's plea, to pursue his studies. He also controls his temper against Padre Millon, his physics teacher. During his High School days, he was an honor student hailing from Batangas. Paulinian Photographers Guild
  19. 19. { {Padre Camorra  The lustful parish priest of Tiani, San Diego's adjacent town who has longtime desires for young women. He nearly raped Juli causing the latter to commit suicide. Paulinian Photographers Guild
  20. 20. { {Hermana Penchang  Sagpang's rich pusakal (gambler). She offers Juli to be her maid so the latter can obtain money to free Kabesang Tales. Disbelieving of Juli and her close friends, she considers herself as an ally of the friars. Earl Teves Photography
  21. 21. { {Juli  Huli - Juliana de Dios, the girlfriend of Basilio, and the youngest daughter of Kabesang Tales. To claim her father from the bandits, she had to work as a maid under the supervision of Hermana Penchang. Eventually, she was freed but committed suicide after Father Camorra attempted to rape her. Earl Teves Photography