[Right-Up] Historical Distortionism is the Destruction of the Nation’s Foundation | Jose Mario De Vega
Historical Distortionism is the Destruction of the Nation’s Foundation
This is a response with Lito B. Zulueta’s Aguinaldo in a fairer light. I do have some serious reservations, not only to the tenor of his questionable narration but also firmly dispute the veracity and truthfulness of the very core of his views.
Mr Zulueta stated that:
Independence Day is less than a month away, so it is auspicious that the man who declared it on June 12, 1898, often vilified for having allegedly assassinated Andres Bonifacio and “Heneral Luna,” if not independence itself, is getting a fair shake from a Philippine historian with no mean international reputation.
He talked about Independence Day, the question there is that, had he read the whole document of the said proclamation? According to that auspicious document:
And having as witness to the rectitude of our intentions the Supreme Judge of the Universe, and under the protection of our Powerful and Humanitarian Nation, The United States of America, we do hereby proclaim and declare solemnly in the name by authority of the people of these Philippine Islands,Read more