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June 12 is a special day in my country, the Philippines. On this day, one hundred and thirteen storied years ago, Asia’s 1st republic was born: my people’s, the Filipino nation’s home. Without fail, we will remember this day, with fervor, through the next hundred and thirteen years, and more.
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June 12 is a special day in my country, the Philippines. On this day, one hundred and thirteen storied years ago, Asia’s 1st republic was born: my people’s, the Filipino nation’s home. Without fail, we will remember this day, with fervor, through the next hundred and thirteen years, and more.

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The Declaration of Philippine Independence
"… we do hereby proclaim and declare solemnly in the name and by authority of the people of these Philippine Islands,
That they are and have the right to be free and independent; that they have ceased to have any allegiance to the Crown of Spain; that all political ties between them are and should be completely severed and annulled; and that, like other free and independent States, they enjoy the full power to make War and Peace, conclude commercial treaties, enter into alliances, regulate commerce, and do all other acts and things which an Independent State has a right to do,
And imbued with firm confidence in Divine Providence, we hereby mutually bind ourselves to support this Declaration with our lives, our fortunes, and with our most sacred possession, our Honor.”
*as translated from the original spanish address delivered on June 12, 1898

The Declaration of Philippine Independence

"… we do hereby proclaim and declare solemnly in the name and by authority of the people of these Philippine Islands,

That they are and have the right to be free and independent; that they have ceased to have any allegiance to the Crown of Spain; that all political ties between them are and should be completely severed and annulled; and that, like other free and independent States, they enjoy the full power to make War and Peace, conclude commercial treaties, enter into alliances, regulate commerce, and do all other acts and things which an Independent State has a right to do,

And imbued with firm confidence in Divine Providence, we hereby mutually bind ourselves to support this Declaration with our lives, our fortunes, and with our most sacred possession, our Honor.”

*as translated from the original spanish address delivered on June 12, 1898

— 3 years ago with 61 notes
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My heart forever beats, my soul forever shines, as my mother land rises with the three stars and a sun.

My heart forever beats, my soul forever shines, as my mother land rises with the three stars and a sun.

— 3 years ago with 96 notes
#pinoy  #Philippines  #Independence Day  #Araw ng Kalayaan  #filipino  #celebration