ANDRES BONIFACIO, EMILIO JACINTO,
A. ANDRES BONIFACIO
Andres Bonifacio, the supremo, a self-taught revolutionary, a countrywide hero. Having been born into a poor family members in Tondo, Manila, upon November 35, 1863. His parents were Santiago Bonifacio and Catalina de Castro. When equally his parents died in the 1870's, if he was 18, he still left school to back up his five brothers and sisters. He worked as being a craftsman, messenger and warehouse keeper. He read the same kind of ebooks that Rizal was reading such as Eugene Sue's Wandering Jew and Victor Hugo's Les Miserables, and that shows that he was not as poor and illiterate man as other authors and historians said. Although not well-schooled because he reached only grade 4 in major school, having been quite well written and progressive enough to learn and create in Spanish. Through studying, he made him self aware of the social circumstances, and accessible to the facts. He did not make low income as a reason to be illiterate. Unfortunately the history is so unkind to him that having been often pictured as illiterate, poor and plebian. Bonifacio left few accounts and journals. These are " Pahimakas” and " Pag-ibig sa Tinubunag Lupa”. By the mid-1880s, he had get a fervent Philippine nationalist; when ever José Rizal established the La Banda Filipina in July3, 1892, Bonifacio was one of its initial members combined with Mabini. He admired Jose Rizal, in whose works on Noli Mi Toccare and El Filibusterismo influenced him and developed a powerful sense of nationalism. Rizal's writings laid down the first step toward the revolution. He structured a magic formula society and revolutionary group, Katipunan, in 1892 once Rizal was arrested and deported to Dapitan. That derived its ideology in the French revolution. Shortly after, Bonifacio became the Supremo (head) of the Katipunan. Unlike those in the middle school or illustrados who simply want electric power and equal rights in the world, Bonifacio wonderful circle of plebeians did not seek reforms from the Spanish government. Their particular aim was to liberate the native Filipinos from tyranny and procure their self-reliance. It captivated the burning up desire of the Filipinos to be free from the bondage of cruelty leading the street towards flexibility and independence.
The Katipunan was unforeseen discovered in August 19, 1896. Bonifacio's advocacy of bold and radical spirit was the individual who led the first innovation in Asia in 1896. Following the delivery of Rizal in 1896, Bonifacio announced Filipino independence on August 23, 1896 together with the Katipuneros as the " Weep of Balintawak” by re-inifocing the historic tearing with the cedula. It can be evident in the trend that he had potent edges in company and management skills. On this occasion, the Spaniards moved against him, pushing his trip to the Marikina Mountains, although other pushes headed simply by Emilio Aguinaldo were more fortunate and received control over some towns. The Katipunan became the primary of the groundbreaking army beneath Emilio Propina whose political election as Leader of the Philippine Revolutionary Authorities in the Tejeros Convention price Bonifacio's demise. When Bonifacio tried to rein him in, Aguinaldo purchased him busted and recharged with treason and sedition. General Lazaro Makapagal led a group of soldiers who carried out Bonifacio and his brother Procopio on May twelve, 1897 in Mount Tala in the slopes of Maragondon.
B. EMILIO JACINTO
Emilio Jacinto was an bayer of Jose Rizal. Having been regarded as a great heir obvious of Rizal with a Rizaline soul and considered as second to Rizal. He was given birth to in Porcion, Tondo, Manila on January 15, 1875. Jacinto was your son of Mariano Jacinto, a service provider, and Josefa Dizon, a hilot. His family is lower middle section class. Jacinto was fluent in both Spanish and Tagalog, but preferred to speak in The spanish language. He went to San Juan de Letran College, sometime later it was transferred to the University of Santo Tomas to study regulation. At the age of 18, he joined the secret culture, Katipunan, that attracted more members to the...