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El Presidente

By stepheneve Mar 10, 2014 710 Words
“El Presidente”

Early revolutions did not succeeded because of lack of national consciousness. Until the martyrdom of the three priest named “GOMBURZA” awaken the senses of the Filipinos and triggers them to fight for our freedom. Inspired by the writings of Dr. Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio managed to create a Katipunan Brotherhood making him as a Supreme Leader. But, Katipunan (KKK) later discovered by the Spanish authorities so Bonifacio decided to set up a revolutionary government. Then, they elected for the officers where Aguinaldo won as president.

Unfortunately, when Bonifacio was elected as one of the members of the board, his capabilities of being a leader was questioned by Daniel Tirona. Out of anger, Bonifacio ended the assembly declaring the result of the said meeting null and void.

A government under Aguinaldo’s supremacy has gone through many troubles including the suspicious penalty that sentenced the life of Bonifacio to death. Though, he is quite successful in defending our lands against the abusive invasion of Spaniards, we can’t deny that he is a bit failure in his reign as our president. Many, internal killings not happened to be investigated and issues on protecting his political regime.

In the end of the line everything turns out well, our country gained its national independence last June 12, 1898. The declaration further emboldened Filipinos fighting spirits. For the first time, the Philippine Flag sewn that symbolizes our complete disengage under Spanish colonization.

Early revolutions did not succeeded because of lack of national consciousness. Until the martyrdom of the three priest named “GOMBURZA” awaken the senses of the Filipinos and triggers them to fight for our freedom. Inspired by the writings of Dr. Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio managed to create a Katipunan Brotherhood making him as a Supreme Leader. But, Katipunan (KKK) later discovered by the Spanish authorities so Bonifacio decided to set up a revolutionary government. Then, they elected for the officers where Aguinaldo won as president.

Unfortunately, when Bonifacio was elected as one of the members of the board, his capabilities of being a leader was questioned by Daniel Tirona. Out of anger, Bonifacio ended the assembly declaring the result of the said meeting null and void.

A government under Aguinaldo’s supremacy has gone through many troubles including the suspicious penalty that sentenced the life of Bonifacio to death. Though, he is quite successful in defending our lands against the abusive invasion of Spaniards, we can’t deny that he is a bit failure in his reign as our president. Many, internal killings not happened to be investigated and issues on protecting his political regime.

In the end of the line everything turns out well, our country gained its national independence last June 12, 1898. The declaration further emboldened Filipinos fighting spirits. For the first time, the Philippine Flag sewn that symbolizes our complete disengage under Spanish colonization.

Early revolutions did not succeeded because of lack of national consciousness. Until the martyrdom of the three priest named “GOMBURZA” awaken the senses of the Filipinos and triggers them to fight for our freedom. Inspired by the writings of Dr. Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio managed to create a Katipunan Brotherhood making him as a Supreme Leader. But, Katipunan (KKK) later discovered by the Spanish authorities so Bonifacio decided to set up a revolutionary government. Then, they elected for the officers where Aguinaldo won as president.

Unfortunately, when Bonifacio was elected as one of the members of the board, his capabilities of being a leader was questioned by Daniel Tirona. Out of anger, Bonifacio ended the assembly declaring the result of the said meeting null and void.

A government under Aguinaldo’s supremacy has gone through many troubles including the suspicious penalty that sentenced the life of Bonifacio to death. Though, he is quite successful in defending our lands against the abusive invasion of Spaniards, we can’t deny that he is a bit failure in his reign as our president. Many, internal killings not happened to be investigated and issues on protecting his political regime.

In the end of the line everything turns out well, our country gained its national independence last June 12, 1898. The declaration further emboldened Filipinos fighting spirits. For the first time, the Philippine Flag sewn that symbolizes our complete disengage under Spanish colonization.

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