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Macario Sakay Profile

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Macario Sakay Profile - Macario Sakay y de Leon, who was born around years 1869-1878 in Tondo, was a revolutionary Filipino general during the Philippine Revolution against Spain and America in the Philippine American War. Macario fought together with Andres Bonifacio as part of the Katipunan during the Filipino insurrection against Spain. Sakay, who declared himself the President of the unrecognized Tagalog Republic after the capture of Emilio Aguinaldo, is also unofficially a Philippine President. He is best remembered for his long hair, and his capture and subsequent execution by the Americans in 1907.
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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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quote of Macario Sakay last words before the Americans hung him on September 13, 1907
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