Sunday, December 5, 2010


1898 - Filipino Gen. Miguel Malvar telegraphs Philippine President Emilio Aguinaldo, informing him of the unceasing work of imperialist American divers, with a subordinate Filipino officer ordering that the foreign divers be fired on in case they attempt to land; the reply of Aguinaldo, which comes amidst American invasion posturings and a mere two months before the outbreak of the Philippine-American War (1899-1914), is that he does not mind the Americans' working at sea, but they must not be allowed to land under any circumstance.

Imperialist American Invasion of the Philippines (1899-1914)
1899 - Imperialist American President William McKinley claims with such wicked-level gall that the Philippine Islands belong to them by force of law and equity while addressing the Congress of the Bald Eagle nation; McKinley's Republican administration earlier conned the United States Congress into voting for the annexation of the fledgling Philippine Republic by manipulating news of what was really a U.S. military orchestration of the provocation of the Philippine-American War (1899-1914); the address of McKinley came more than a year after he ridiculously and blasphemously defend his annexation of the newly declared Southeast Asian Republic (that earlier waged a successful revolution) by way of claiming that he heard the "voice of God" in the middle of the night of October 24, 1898 supposedly telling him that there was "nothing left for us to do but to take them all..."

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