Ninoy Aquino Day

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  1. altair says:

    Now that you mentioned that he was a correspondent, i guess i wll just have to say something about the time when he died.

    It’s a shame, I remembered only when I read bugsy’s and this blog.

  2. altair says:

    I guess that it is really every Filipino’s duty to study the lives and circumstances of the people who died attempting to free us from the shackles of oppression, bondage, and subjugation either by foreign powers or by our own ruling elite.

    It is also a shame that Ninoy’s family never lived up to his reputation. I mean, look at his son, look at Kris, look at Cory herself…

    We have to deal with what the Spaniards, the japs, and the americans have done to us.

    I was at Kwanghwamun during the Independence Day celebrations and I passed by these people who are taking issue with present-day Koreans (running chaebols) who had been friendly to the japs (they had this family tree of the brothers running Doosan ‘?‚ ). I was dying with envy…

    There was this line that I could not forget (I forgot though where it came from, was it Noli or El Filibusterismo? )

    It goes something like, “Huwag kalimutan ang mga nabuwal sa dilim…”

  3. annabanana says:

    ninoy, my kind of person! yan ang dapat tularan…isang ulirang pilipino! he showed us that indeed one person can make a difference!

  4. Betchay says:

    altair >> guess filipinos forget easily… what i admire about the koreans most is their patriotism and nationalism… it’s sometimes irritating for me as a foreigner, that i sometimes mistook it for conceit, but it’s actually very good…

  5. sam says:

    ninoy aquino is a father to all. He will always be remembered by the Filipinos of his being compassionate, kindness and intelligence.

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