Andres Bonifacio Quotes: Andres Bonifacio was born on November 30, 1863, in Tondo, Manila. His father Santiago was a tailor, a local politician and a boatman who operated a river-ferry; his mother, Catalina de Castro, was employed in a cigarette-rolling factory.Andres Bonifacio simmered with rage and humiliation. The movement that he had created to oppose Spanish colonial rule in the Philippines had just voted (likely in a rigged election) to make his rival Emilio Aguinaldo president in his stead. Bonifacio was given the lowly consolation prize of an appointment as Secretary of the Interior in the revolutionary government.
Andres Bonifacio Quotes
It’s important not offered
a heart loved Bayang entertained,
blood, wealth, knowledge, katiisa’t tired,
Though he abutting magkalagut-disconnected.
Why? Which is a perfect size,
which offered an irreverent inspiration,
is very costly ruling,
and ginugulan harbor life?
Ay! It’s her homeland:
He iona’t distinguishing inertia
of interesting brightness of the sun
that gives heat throughout the body.
Also with this love of country,
all the more expensive gunita’y,
From masaya’y gasong infancy
until his body be in the grave.
How unfortunate to be in town!
Memoirs yet always filled with sorrow,
no anxious expectation expecting
But makita’y homeland.
Even ten magdusa’y death
apparently is fine if for the people
and increasingly difficult. Oh, miraculous thing!
Increasingly shift more to offer him.
If this country is in danger from wicked
and he needs defending,
the child, spouse, parent, brother;
A call was tatalidang strained.
Forward, then, boldly got nagabuhay
Hoping absolute convenience
and nothing but bitterness,
Hayo since raised the naabang town!