Ano ang posibleng inplikasyon ng trahedya? Pag-ibayuhin kaya nito ang "Oust GMA campaign" sa lansangan? Walang dudang damay ang Speaker Joe de Venecia sa exposay ng kanyang paboritong anak na si Joey. Maaring ikudeta ng mga sagadsaring galamay ng Malakanyang ang speakership ni Joe de Vanecia. Kung sa bagay, dahil sa kanyang pagsisiwalat, nakabawi't nailagay sa pedestal ng katinuan sa pulitika ang angkan ng mga De Venecia.
Pagkakataon na rin ito sa panig ng oposisyon na muling buhayin ang impeachment proceeding sa Kongreso at makakuha ng sapat na bilang at suporta sa ilang makokonsiensia at matatauhang nasa ruling party, ang Lakas-CMD.
May implikasyon din sa foreign policy ang naganap na trahedya.
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Dahil sa "Pagdating ng mga amerikano sa pilipinas wikipedia joey" anomalya ng ZTE contract, makumbinsing ilaglag na kaya nito ang pekeng pangulong nakalukluk sa Malakanyang? Friday, September 28, Return of Balangiga Bell, malabo pa rin. Sa araw na ito, habang nakikipag-landian si Ate Glo Pagdating ng mga amerikano sa pilipinas wikipedia joey mga maimpluwensyang Amerikano sa New York, USA, kasa-kasama ang kanyang kaklase sa Georgetown University na si President Clinton sa isang p agt itipong Clinton Global Initiativesw alang k aalam-alam ito na dito sa Pilipinas ginugunita ang th anniversary ng Balangiga Encounter, isang ala-alang mapait, mapang-api at madugong ka ranasan ng Pilipinas sa kamay ng Estados Unidoslalong-lalo na ang mga ninakaw na mga Kampana sa simbahan ng Balangiga.
Ang nasabing inkwentro ay sa pagitan ng 9th US Infantry Regimen at ang revolutionary command officer na si Brig. May 48 na sundalong Amerikano ang napatay, 22 ang sugatan at ilang daang rebolusyunaryong mandirigmang Pilipino ang nagbuwis ng buhay sa labanan. Naganap ang makasaysayang inkwentro noong Setyembre 28, sa bayan ng Balangiga, Samar. Sa totoo lang, kung usapin ng inspirasyon ng mga Pilipino sa kasaysayan, ito na ang tamang panahon, ang dapat ginugunita at pinaprioridad ng gubyerno, ang pagpapalaganap ng kagitingan at kabayanihan ng mga Pilipino at hindi ang karaniwang mga talunang labanan kontra dayuhan Fall of Bataan, Fall of Tirad Pass at iba pa.
Ang insidente ng Balangiga ay tanda lamang na likas na rebolusyunaryo ang ating mga ninuno, isa rin itong ambag sa estratehiya at taktika ng pakikid igma para sa kalayaan at soberanya ng mga Pilipino s a mundo, partikular na katangiang rebolusyunaryo ng mga Waray-Waray. General Jake "Howling" Smith and his staff inspecting the ruins of Balangiga in Octobera few weeks after the retaliation by Captain Bookmiller and his troops. Jacob Smith na linisin ang probinsya ng Samar sunugin ang Samar sa mga "insurektos, terorista at sa mga bandido.
Ang tatlong Kampana na may markings naat emblems ay pag-aari ng Franciscan Order. N inakaw din ng mga Amerikano ang English made na cannon na may emblems na A late 19th century photograph of Filipino rebels, known as the Katipuneros.
Bahagi lamang ng isang malawakang pakikibaka, ng national liberation movem ent ng mga P ilipino laban sa mananakop at kalupitan ng Imperyalistang Estados Unidos ang insidente ng Balangiga. May mahigitcivilian mga Pilipino ang walang awang pinagpapatay ng mga tropang Amerikano sa kampanyang anti-insureksyon at terorismo laban sa bagong katatag na Republika ng Pilipinas. Ang lahat ng mga pangyayari at kaganapan ng panloloob ng mga Amerika sa Pilipinas ay pawang nasa mga American libraries, dokumentado, at nasa mg a History Books at ang malungkot, imbis na taguriang mga rebolusyunaryo at kabayanihan ng mga Pilipino, binansagang mga insurekstos at terorista ang mga ito.
There are atrocities in any war. However, in the Philippine- American War, brutality reached a level unprecedented in American history.
Americans fighting in the Philippines treated their enemy with none of the civility that generally characterized wars against European opponents. They viewed the Filipinos as savages. As one Kansas veteran claimed, "the country won't be pacified until the niggers are killed off like the Indians. As the war intensified, killing the wounded, mutilating the dead, tortur e, and execution spread th rough the islands. I wish you to kill and burn, the more you kill and burn the better it will please me Kill everyone over the age of ten, and make the island "a howling wilderness.
Legs and arms nearly demolished; total decapitation; horrible wounds in chest s and abdomens, showing the determination of our soldiers to kill every native in sight. The Filipinos did stand their ground heroically, contesting every inch, but proved themselves unable to stand the deadly fire of our well-trained and eager boys in blue.
I counted seventy-nine dead natives in one small field, and learn that on the other side of the river their bodies were stacked up for breastworks. Blake, of California, in charge of the Red Cross Filipino soldiers were not the only ones to bear the brunt of American brutality. ApproximatelyFilipino civilians were also killed in the conflict; estimates range as high as several million. Many died from starvation and di sease caused by the war, but in many cases American soldiers were more directly responsible.
Rape, looting, and murder often followed the capture of towns.
They looted every house, and found almost everything, from a pair of wooden shoes up to a piano, and they carried everything off or destroyed it. Talk of the natives plundering the towns: I don't think they are in it with the Fiftieth Iowa. American ingenuity was responsible for the creation of a new weapon for this purpose--a steam fire-fighting engine converted to spray highly flammable petroleum on the villages.
When Americans fell into an ambush, nearby barrios were ordered burned. If an American was found murdered in one of the towns, that town was burned. H, Colorado Volunteers Especially in the later stages of the war, were often massacred regardless of sex or age.
Suspected Filipinos were often executed without trial or evidence--Funston once bragged to reporters that he had personally hanged 35 civilians presumed to be insurrectos. In the early stages of the war commanders tried to prevent this, but as the conflict dragged on and the Filipinos were viewed with increasing hatred, such acts became increasingly common.
When General Adna Chaffee took command in July ofhe deemed such total warfare necessary. The United States had seen war before, but it was this kind of cruelty that set the Philippines conflict apart.
A nation based on the concepts of democracy and freedom soon fell into the same category with the Spanish in Cuba and the British in South Africa.
The colonel ordered them up in to line time after time, and finally sent Captain Bishop back to start them. There oc curred the hardest sight I ever saw. They had four prisoners, and didn't know what to do with them. They asked Captain Bishop what to do, and he said: However, as the war wore on and changed in character, Americans adopted crueler methods.
Filipino prisoners became rarer and Filipinos who tried to surrender were often gunned down, just as if they had continued to fight. They would not take any prisoners. One company of the Tennessee boys was sent to headquart ers with thirty prisoners, and got there with about a hundred chickens and no prisoners.
Adams, of Ozark, in the Washington Regiment Those captured were often no more fortunate. Prisoner of war status was often withheld from Filipinos because of General Order This order was created during the Civil War and allowed for the execution of enemies employing guerrilla tactics, such as dressing as civilians and returning home between battles.
Those who were taken lived in constant danger of execution; either on a whim, or as retaliation for an attack on Americans. One example was the execution of 24 Filipino P. In contrast, Filipinos kept American prisoners in relative comfort. They were fed well and often offered commissions into the Filipino army; three accepted.
After Aguinaldo was captured, the Filipinos rarely took prisoners; mostly because they never had the opportunity. However, Filipino treatment of prisoners became much harsher in the later stages of the war, especially in Batangas.