As i read rizal’s “manifesto to certain filipinos” i have sighted his consistency and unalterable pronouncement of his firm stand apropos of insurrection deemed as a final, justifiable and only means plotted by his fellowmen the filipinos. Manifesto to certain filipinos by josé rizal fellow countrymen: upon my return from spain i learned that my name was being used as a rallying cry by some who had taken up arms this information surprised and grieved me but thinking that the whole affair was finished, i refrained from commenting on something that could no longer be remedied. Rizal was captivated and astonished of the spanish culture and believes that the spanish way of life is supreme, and every filipino must strive to be of the kind he now believes that filipinos must study, hone skills and abilities, and exhibit the spanish culture to be successful.
Mission: to foster filipino nationalism shake the foundations seek knowledge/understand/think critically about roots of socioeconomic-political predicaments in our homeland educate ourselves, expose lies/hidden truths and fight ignorance of our true history.
In his “manifesto to certain filipinos” he noted that: “i have always wanted democratic rights for the philippines and i have always expressed myself in this sense, thus i have also believed that little by little, autonomy would be achieved, and then independence in the course of time is truewith a prosperous and educated people.
Manifesto for organizations filipinos are unnecessarily exposed to certain health risks that have already been eliminated or reduced in other countries through simple yet effective regulation and proper enforcement of laws.
Philippines to 1949 by sanderson beck philippines under spain to 1800 philippines under spain 1800-80 rizal and filipino reformers 1880-96 two days later in prison rizal wrote a “manifesto to certain filipinos” he considered misguided in order to save lives his name was being used as a rallying cry to take up arms, but this surprised.