• Undying Message
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  • Rekindling the Flame
    choice? Is he unprepared, or worse, ill-suited for presidential or parliamentary democracy? I have carefully weighed the virtues and the faults of the Filipino and I have come to the conclusion that he is worth dying for because he is the nation’s greatest untapped resource.” -Ninoy Aquino This...
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  • Beyond Conspiracy
    REACTION PAPER In 1983, Ninoy Aquino affirmed his resolute claim, “The Filipino is worth dying for,” by giving up his life for his countrymen. In time, they responded in similarly heroic kind, “Ninoy, hindi ka nag-iisa”—and, led by his widow, Cory, achieved the political apotheosis needed for...
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  • Research Paper
    Filipino he is more than a worth. He help the Filipinos how to seek & fight for the truth. RECOMMENDATION After the Researcher knew all about Ninoy Aquino, the Researcher recommended that read all about the life, struggles and the victory of Ninoy...
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  • Types of Literature
    phWORLD LIT Aquino evoked the people of the phili to awaken their senses that freedom is possible. I guess it means that he was willing to die in order for the Filipinos to stand up to the Marcos dictatorship. He believed that Filipinos are worth dying for because he is the future of this...
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  • Dsafsgdfgfd
    what he firmly believed is rightand once lit up the fire of democracy in the hearts of many Filipinos. ³ The Filipinos are worth dying for.´ I ndeed! Goosebumps and touched hearts all over filled the Adamsonian community withsome guests, as the anticipated screening of the special tribute movie...
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  • The Filipino Is Worth Dying for
    ARMAINE D. ARENAL BSA – I Question: If Jose Rizal is not the national hero, who do you think has the attributes of a true national hero? “The Filipino is worth dying for.” (A Reflective Essay) Although the declaration of the Philippines’ national hero wasn’t held during Marcos...
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  • Goodbye, Superboy: a Fond Farewell to the Last Romantic
    Islamiyah mad-bomber, Fathur Rohman al-Ghozi, from police "prison." This is a time for us to remember a man who believed the Filipino was "worth dying for," and from him gather the renewed resolve that the Filipino is worth living for, as well. But let us not sound maudlin. Ninoy would have laughed at...
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  • Effect of Mdgs/Nti Capacity Building Workshops for Primary School Teachers on Pupils’ Academic Performance in Ibadan, Nigeria
    accounts said several people had warned Ninoy that death awaited him, yet he was not deterred, even as he said  these words, now immortalized, " Filipinos are worth dying for."    Indeed, with his death, a nation gripped by fear of a dictator was awakened, and outrage spilled through the streets of...
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  • A Short Summary of Edsa
    his or her own freedom just for money, for jewelry and not even for power. No one don’t want to lost it even the highest leader of this nation would not give it off. Remember the quote “The Filipino is worth dying for”? This quote is given Benigno “NinoyAquino Jr. when he was interviewed about...
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  • The Assasintaion of Benigno Aquino Jr.
    It is as if ages ago when Benigno Simeon Aquino, Sr. took a quick step to martyrdom as the whole nation watched in eternity, amidst infinite echoes of short gun shots… his prophetic fall, that made his words that, “the Filipino is worth-dying for,” immortal. No, it was not a nation, but the...
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  • Ninoy
    Filipino is worth dying for? embodies the values of Ninoy.This was taken from a speech he gave before the Asia Society in New York in August 1980 and is a faithful excerpt, except that it omits an important word?suffering?as Ninoy had said: ?I have asked myself many times: Is the Filipino worth...
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  • Practicing the Democracy in the Philippines
    for their rights. He said that “Filipino is worth dying for”. A dramatic quote which make me feel proud of being a Filipino. Why wonder I typed “I am proud of being a Filipino” in my friendster, facebook and multiply account. Every Filipino knows what “L” signs mean, Yellow Ribbon, Ninoy...
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  • Rizal and Aquino
    the Philippine society as a whole. For as the philosopher Jean Baudrillard asked, “What is a society without a heroic dimension?” Ninoy Aquino offered his life to answer the question and in the process proved the sceptics wrong. He also showed that he was right along with those of us who believed in our people: that indeed, the Filipino was worth dying for....
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  • Joker Arroyo
    administration. Till present, Arroyo has gained himself gratitude to be called a hero. “The Filipino is worth dying for.”- Ninoy Aquino. Many have heard this line, who wouldn’t miss it? It is displayed everywhere and said so carelessly. People tend to forget the gravity of this line, yet they...
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  • Edsa
    pro-Marcos groups, and even by Ferdinand Marcos' wife Imelda, not to return to the Philippines, Ninoy Aquino was determined to return to the Philippines. Asked what he thought of the death threats, Ninoy Aquino responded "The Filipino is worth dying for." On August 21, 1983, after a three-year exile...
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  • Reaction Paper on the Filipino Is Worth Dying for
    “The Filipino is worth dying for” This simple yet powerful statement, attributed to Benigno “Ninoy” S. Aquino, Jr., is one of the most popular quotes in Philippine society. It is quoted by great statesmen in their speeches, it is reprinted on thousands of t-shirts – but in truth, Ninoy never said...
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  • Benigno Aquino, Jr.
    Aquino asserted his willingness to suffer the consequences declaring, "the Filipino is worth dying for."[17] He wished to express an earnest plea for Marcos to step down, for a peaceful regime change and a return to democratic institutions. Anticipating the worst, at an interview in his suite at the...
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  • Pedagogue of Freedom
    floods of time. Do not forget, as Longfellow said that we should never be like driven cattle, but be a hero in the strife.’ by Benigno Aquino Jr. “The Filipino is worth dying for’ – Ninoy Aquino Jr. the President of the Philippines that we have but never had. ...
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  • Deconstruction Paper
    PATRIOTISM IS THE NEW TREND IN THE PHILIPPINES “The Filipino is worth dying for.” - Benigno “NinoyAquino   How can patriotism be really defined? Some people may answer that it involves the deep love and desire to serve one’s country. Others may say that it involves sacrificing for the...
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