We ask for reforms within the Church here in the Philippines. Their unjust racial discrimination against Filipino priests should be erased!! In your dreams!! I will never allow reforms in the system of the Catholic Church here!! Be gone you indios!!The Spanish authorities saw the reformmovement of the three priests as a threat so theycame up with a plot to end it once and for all. I sentenced the three priests; Fr. Jose Burgos, Fr. Mariano Gomez and Fr. Jacinto Zamora to be hanged in full view of the public.
The martyrdom of the GomBurZatriggered the propaganda movement. The Propagandists Down with the Spanish Regime!! And those FRIAR BOTODS out there!!! Though actions speak louder than words, still the PEN is mightier than the SWORD!!
Ang hindi marunong lumingon sa kanyang pinanggalingan ay hind mararating ang kanyang paroroonan.At the same time, Graciano LopezJaena founded the La Solidaridadwhere the propaganda movementwas intensified. La Solidaridad Meanwhile, Andres Bonifacio founded the Katipunan. Ang Katipunan/ KKK ay kilala rin sa tawag na Kataastaasan Kagalang- galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan.
The Katipunan recruited more and more Filipino volunteers who are willing to participate in therevolution against the Spanish oppression. VMeanwhile, following the creation of La Solidaridad, Dr. Jose Rizal wrote the two novels that exposedthe flaws of the Spanish authorities, the El Filibusterismo and the Noli Me Tangere Teodoro Patino, a fellow Katipunero, divulged the existence of the Katipunan to the Spaniards andthus the Spanish authorities ordered their immediate arrest. I hereby order all Spanish troops to hunt down every member of the Katipunan! Arrest them all! Vamos!!
Due to the discovery of the Katipunan, Bonifacio and his men gathered in Balintawak andtogether they tore their Cedula and cried out loud... Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!!! Mabuhay ang Katipunan!!! The revolution spread like wild fire all over Luzon, prompting the Spanish government to declare a state of war in the eight provinces that pioneered the uprising: Manila, Bulacan, Pampanga, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Laguna, Cavite and Batangas.
During the course of therevolution, Jose Rizal wasarrested by the Spaniardsand exiled in Cuba, thrown Mito prison in Dapitan and in Ultimothe end was found guilty ofbeing a traitor to Spain and Adios!thus sentenced to death.At the dawn of December 30, 1896, Rizal was shot by a firing squad at the Bagumbayan orcommonly known as the LunetaThe death of Rizal only intensifiedthe revolution...
Meanwhile, leadership problems began to arise among the Filipinos. The rivalry betweenEmilio Aguinaldo and Andres Bonifacio was brought to life. Magdalo! Magdiwang! In order to settle the dispute between the two rival leaders, both parties agreed to convene at Tejeros, Cavite on March 22, 1897 in order to elect the officers of the Revolutionary Government. Aguinaldo was elected president while Bonifacio was denied even to the lowest position. With that, Bonifacio decided not to recognize the results of the election. I refuse to accept the results of the election! I am and will always be the leader of the revolution!!
Still the rivalry did not end. Bonifacio refused to recognize the Revolutionary Government. SoAguinaldo’s men hunted him down. Together with his brother Procopio, they were sentenced todeath. Andres Bonifacio and his brother Procopio are to be sentence to death and are to be shot by the firing squad. After the death of Bonifacio, the revolution went from Hello! It’s bad to worse. Aguinaldo retreated to Biaknabato and me again!! there a new constitution was made and the Biaknabato Republic was created. Aguinaldo was again elected president.
Since both sides could not win the war, Spain decided to offer the olive branch of peace and made a pact in Biaknabato. Here now, we are offering this olive branch of peace. So let’s call it quits okay? Paz por favor!!Aguinaldo was exiled in Hongkong asagreed in the pact of Biaknabato... Bye Amigos!! Until we meet again!! We put up a pretty good fight!! Hehehe... But even after the pact of Biaknabato, peace was still nowhere to be found. What peace are you talking about? We were just joking!! Ahahaha...
A Project Requirement in History 103Submitted by:John Xyrious Q. Dela CruzPaolo Andre ToribioBren-Mar P. NoohBryan LinhuaOmar Shariff Viola