Filipinos Are Worth Dying For By Ninoy Aquino Essays and Term Papers

  • Undying Message

    Glen Darrel D. Cabote SC 101 “I have asked myself many times: Is the Filipino worth suffering, or even dying, for? Is he not a coward who would readily yield to any colonizer, be he foreign or homegrown? Is a Filipino more comfortable under an authoritarian leader because he does not want to be...

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  • Rekindling the Flame

    “I have asked myself many times: Is the Filipino worth suffering, or even dying for? Is he not a coward who would readily yield to any colonizer, be he foreign or homegrown? Is a Filipino more comfortable under an authoritarian leader because he does not want to be burdened with the freedom of choice...

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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 Ninoy’s...

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     1) Life Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino, Jr., born on November 27, 1932, was the son of a senator, Benigno, Aquino, Sr. of Tarlac. In 1954, he married former President Corazon "Cory" Cojuanco-Aquino and were blessed with five children. He was the youngest mayor of Concepcion, Tarlac, at age 22, youngest...

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  • Research Paper

    Submitted by: Maviel Ann A. Villarino VIII-SS2 Submitted to: Mrs. Linsangan TITLE The Life, Struggles and Victory of Benigno “NinoyAquino DEDICATION The Researcher wants to dedicate this to the people who help the Researcher to do this, to the people who always...

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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 nation...

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  • Dsafsgdfgfd

    of the Philippine history is the lateand former senator Benigno S. Aquino Jr., who stood up for 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...

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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 whole...

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  • A Short Summary of Edsa

    shameful a Filipino would be, not knowing his nations own history. The history that brought his parents and his own freedom. Who would even forget the sacrifices that former President Corazon “Cory” Cojuangco Aquino had given not only for her own good but also for the improvement of the next Filipino generations...

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  • The Filipino Is Worth Dying for

    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’ Regime, I still believe that Aquino has the attributes of being our national hero besides Jose Rizal...

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  • Ninoy

    Ninoy made dream possible By Minerva Generalao Philippine Daily Inquirer First Posted 04:15:00 08/21/2009 Filed Under: Cory Aquino, Dictatorship, Inquirer Politics,HeroismMANILA, Philippines ? His favorite song, ?The Impossible Dream,? summed up Benigno ?Ninoy? Aquino Jr.?s uncompromising stance...

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  • Goodbye, Superboy: a Fond Farewell to the Last Romantic

    about Ninoy Aquino, whose name needs no introduction to many of our readers. Commuters pass by his statue daily on Ayala Avenue in Makati’s Golden Mile, and another monument to him in Manila. But monuments and statues, and glowing encomiums do not a hero make. But my thesis is that today, Ninoy is a...

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  • MY CREATION

    SONA 2014PNoy turns emotional, says Filipino worth fighting for   (Updated 7:08 p.m.) Faced with mounting criticism and eroding approval ratings, President Benigno Aquino III on Monday turned emotional in his fifth and penultimate State of the NationAddress (SONA). Towards the last part of his...

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  • Effect of Mdgs/Nti Capacity Building Workshops for Primary School Teachers on Pupils’ Academic Performance in Ibadan, Nigeria

    thirty years ago, then exiled  Senator Benigno 'Ninoy' Aquino' decided to return to the country then gripped in the claws of a dictator.   On August 21, 1983, as he stepped down in the Manila International Airport tarmac, he was shot and killed, crimson blood staining his white suit.   Historical accounts...

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  • Practicing the Democracy in the Philippines

    leader in terms of economic development? Was he corrupt? Why Benigno Aquino focuses on “assassination” on his interviews? Why was Benigno Aquino be the first to get off to the airplane? Why there was no bodyguard to take care of him? Did Ninoy know that he will soon die? Was it sacrifice? Why does he need...

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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 this...

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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 country...

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  • Rizal and Aquino

    Biography of Ninoy Aquino He smiles, but his eyes look wary. Aquino walks out onto the tarmac of the Manila International Airport, while uniformed men prevent his companions from following. Suddenly the sound of a shot rings through the plane. Aquino's traveling companions begin to wail; three more...

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  • Joker Arroyo

    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 call him a freedom fighter. Ninoy was a man who had bigger dreams for...

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  • Eduardo Strasburger

    topics among the participants of Global Town Hall live-chat on Monday as part of President Benigno Aquino III's first visit to the United States as the country's chief executive.Majority of the Filipinos who participated in the chat want the new administration to focus on curbing corruption and to properly...

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