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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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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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Antonio Luna – I will fight and offer my life

Antonio Luna – I will fight and offer my life

➢ Antonio Luna – I will fight and offer my life, my small knowledge and science for the liberation of the Motherland.
– General Antonio Luna
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Ninoy Aquino – Son my decision is an act of conscience

“Son, my decision is an act of conscience. It is an act of protest against the structures of injustice that have been imposed upon our hapless countrymen. Futile and puny as it will surely appear too many, it is last my act to defiance against tyranny and dictatorship.”
– Ninoy Aquino, letter to Noynoy (Benigno Aquino III), August 25, 1973

Ninoy Aquino – The Filipino is worth dying for

Ninoy Aquino – The Filipino is worth dying for

Ninoy Aquino - The Filipino is worth dying for
The full non-truncated form of Ninoy Aquino’s Speech:

“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? Is he unprepared, or worse, ill-suited for presidential or parliamentary democracy?

I have carefully weighed the virtues and the faults of the Filipino and I have come to the conclusion that he is worth dying for because he is the nation’s greatest untapped resource.”
Ninoy Aquino, delivered at Asia Society New York on August 4, 1980
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Ninoy Aquino – It is a rare privilege for me to join the Motherland

“It is a rare privilege for me to join the Motherland in the dark dungeon where she was led back by one of her own sons whom she lavished with love and glory.”
– Ninoy Aquino, letter to Noynoy (Benigno Aquino III), August 25, 1973

Ninoy Aquino – The Filipino asked for nothing more

“The Filipino asked for nothing more, but will surely accept nothing less than all the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the 1935 Constitution — the most sacred legacies from the founding fathers.”
– Ninoy Aquino, Last Speech, supposed to be read on Aug. 21, 1983