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Citizens’ guard

Citizens’ guard

SEMINAL instinct of a people defending their families, communities, and way of life is pre-dated to the Lapu-Lapu victory over a Spanish “conquista” recollected every April. Evolutionary history of various tribes resisting foreign domination (100 plus uprisings from 1521-1907) graduating into the conceptual realization of a Philippine revolution in 1896, via “people’s war,” was central to achieve protracted liberation against a better armed foreign opponent.

For one reason or another, there are fewer materials on Andres Bonifacio compared to other contemporaneous historical figures. For instance, there is only one available photograph of Bonifacio and it showed him wearing a coat!

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Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II believes there is nothing wrong if the public supports the revolutionary government (RevGov) proposed by President Duterte.

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No imminent threat,  no revolutionary gov’t

Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque assured yesterday that there is no plan to set up a revolutionary government since there is no compelling reason or imminent threat to remove President Duterte from power.

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Paredes quits

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Malacañang denied yesterday that it had a hand in the resignation of Department of National Defense (DND) spokesman Zosimo Paredes II.

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