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Miguel Malvar – Forward without ever turning back

➢ “Forward, without ever turning back… All wars of independence have been obliged to suffer terrible tests!”
– Miguel Malvar manifesto July 30, 1901
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Andres Bonifacio – I declare this assembly dissolved

Andres Bonifacio – I declare this assembly dissolved

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➢ “I, as chairman of this assembly, and as President of the Supreme Council of the Katipunan, as all of you do not deny, declare this assembly dissolved, and I annul all that has been approved and resolved.”
Andres Bonifacio, Tejeros Convention March 22, 1897
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Ninoy Aquino – No to tyranny! No to corruption!

Ninoy Aquino - No to Tyranny No to Corruption

Ninoy Aquino - No to Tyranny No to Corruption

"No to tyranny! No to corruption! No to all this degradation of human dignity! Because then, I feel the true air of your fathers who before you have shed their blood for our freedoms."
- Quote of Ninoy Aquino, Freedom rally symposium by the Movement for Free Philippines (MFP); Wilshire Ebell Theater in Los Angeles, California; February 15, 1981
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Gregorio del Pilar – The general has given me the pick

Gregorio del Pilar – The general has given me the pick

➢ Gregorio del Pilar – The general has given me the pick of all the men that can be spared and ordered me to defend the pass. I realize what a terrible task is given me. And yet I feel that this is the most glorious moment of my life. What I do is done for my beloved country. No sacrifice can be too great.”
– quote of Gregorio del Pilar,
December 2, 1899 Battle of Tirad Pass
Gregorio del Pilar – The general has given me the pick
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Jose Abad Santos – Do not cry Pepito

➢ "Do not cry, Pepito, show to these people that you are brave. It is an honor to die for one's country. Not everybody has that chance."
– Jose Abad Santos, his last word before his execution by the Japanese May 2, 1942
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Jose Rizal – One only dies once, and if one does

Jose Rizal — One only dies once, and if one does

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Jose Rizal - "One only dies once, and if one does not die well, a good opportunity is lost and will not present itself again."
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Macario Sakay – Death comes to us all sooner or later

Macario Sakay – Death comes to us all sooner or later

Macario Sakay – Death comes to us all sooner or later

➢ Death comes to us all sooner or later, so I will face the Lord Almighty calmly. But I want to tell you that we are not bandits and robbers, as the Americans have accused us, but members of the revolutionary force that defended our mother country, the Philippines! Farewell! Long live the Republic and may our independence be born in the future! Long live the Philippines!
Macario Sakay – Death comes to us all sooner or later
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Jose Rizal – He who does not know how to look back

Jose Rizal - He who does not know how to look back

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Jose Rizal - "He who does not know how to look back at where he came from will never get to his destination."
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Antonio Luna – I am going not to command but to obey

Antonio Luna – I am going not to command but to obey

➢ Antonio Luna – I am going not to command but to obey. With my limited knowledge, I will struggle like the common soldier for the liberty of my Motherland.”
– General Antonio Luna
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Jose Rizal – I have to believe much in God because

Jose Rizal — I have to believe much in God because

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Jose Rizal - "I have to believe much in God because I have lost my faith in man"
Jose Rizal — I have to believe much in God because
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