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The FILIPINO MIND_ Primary Blog Posts_Readings for My Fellow, Native (Malay_Indio) Filipinos-In-The-Philippines

The FILIPINO MIND_ Primary Blog Posts_Readings for My Fellow, Native (Malay_Indio) Filipinos-In-The-Philippines

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Published by Bert M Drona
The post shows a short list of my past posts --out of 540 posts so far-- which I consider as basic topics about us native (indio)/ Malay Filipinos. This link/listing, which may later expand, will always be presented at the bottom of each future post. Just point-and-click at each listed item to open and read.
The post shows a short list of my past posts --out of 540 posts so far-- which I consider as basic topics about us native (indio)/ Malay Filipinos. This link/listing, which may later expand, will always be presented at the bottom of each future post. Just point-and-click at each listed item to open and read.

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Primary Blog Posts/Readings for my fellow, Native(Malay/Indio) Filipinos-in-the-Philippines
" Fear history, for it respects no secret s" - Gregoria de Jesus(widow of Andres Bonifacio)
Hi All, Among the current 538 published posts in my blog, I consider the following listed post- links and the RECTO READER asessential introduction about us native (indio)/ Malay Filipinos.The list is therefore always presented at the bottom of each newly issued post.Point-and -click at each item bel ow to open and read.Comment s, which may be entered at the bott om of the current and/or each issued post, aremuch wel comed and will be unedited.- Bert 
OUR CU LTURE:
(our learned values, attit udinal & behavioral patterns)
1.
WHAT WE FILIPINOS SHOULD KNOW:
2.
WHAT IS NATIONALISM [Filipino Nationalism] ?
3.
Impediments to Filipino Nationalism:
4.
Our Colonial Mentality and Its Roots 
5.
The Miseducation of the Filipino (Formation of our Americanized Mind)
6.
Understanding Our Filipino Value System
7.
The Ambivalence of Filipino Traits and Values
8.
Our Kind of Filipino Politics
9.
The Filipino Elite - Our Kind of so-called Leaders in the Homeland 
10.
The Vanishing Native Filipinos
OUR RELIGION:
(Belief Systems)
1.
Our Filipino Kind of Religion
2.
Our Filipino Christianity and Our God-concept 
3.
When Our Religion Becomes Evil 
4.
Split-level Christianity, Part 1 of 2 
5.
Split-level Christianity, Part 2 of 2 
6.
Our Filipino Norm of Morality 
 
OUR HISTORY:
Nationalist point-of-view)
 
1. The Purpose of Our Past, Why Study (Our) History?2. Studying and Rethinking Our Philippine History 
3.
General Macario Sakay - An Authentic Native Filipino Hero, A "Bandit" According to the U.S. Colonizers
4.
Jose Rizal - Reformist or Revolutionary?
5.
 About Our Heroes: Andres Bonifacio, Apolinario Mabini and Jose Rizal 
6.
Our Unrecognized Native Filipino Heroes
7.
The Philippine-American War (The First Vietnam)
8.
The Filipino Martyrs - An Eyewitness Report (Published 1900), Part 1 of 5 
9.
The Chinese in Philippine Society (1955-1965)
10.
The Chinese in the Philippines: Power & Prejudice
OUR (UNKNOWN-HIDDEN) HISTORY WITH THE UNITED STATES:
(U.S.Intervention to Colonization
 )
 
1. The Purpose of Our Past, Why Study (Our) History?
2.
The Philippine-American War (The First Vietnam)3. The "Water Cure" - From the Annals of U.S. History We Never Learned in School 4. "Manifest Destiny" - The Rationale for U.S. Expansion, Military Intervention and Imperialism5. "Kill Everyone Over 10" - General Jacob H. Smith6. The Mock Battle of Manila Bay - The Beginning of A New War 7. To Serve The Devil - The Unknown History of the U.S. And Why It Is Kept Hidden8. Mark Twain and the Philippines - The Mark Twain They Did Not Teach Us inSchool 9. The United States' "Hidden War" (Philippine-American War, 1898-1913)10. America's Skeleton In The Closet 
OUR ECONOMY:
(Post-WW2 Agreements)
1.
President Roxas Railroaded the Approval of Bell Trade Act (aka Philippine Trade Act),1946 & Military Bases Agreements
2.
Bell Trade Act - 1946 (Parity Rights)
3.
The Fallacy of "Philippines First" 4. The Friar Lands Scandal - How Filipinos Were Being Robbed of The Soil 5. Agrarian Reform - Conflicts During Implementation6. The Farce of Land Reform: Exemplified at the Hacienda Luisita
7.
16 Years of Agrarian Reform: The Lands Are Back in the Hands of the Lords,(Part 1 of 2)
8.
16 Years of Agrarian Reform: Are Filipino Peasants Better Off Now? (Part 2 of 2)
 
9.
Globalization (Neoliberalism) – The Road to Perdition in Our Homeland 
10.
Globalization – Corporate Greed, Corporate Evil Exposed 
11.
Five(5) Years of Reasons To Resist WTO's Globalization & Learn WTO'sMultilateral Punishments to the Philippines
12.
Resisting Globalization (WTO Agreements)
13.
The Filipino OCW/OFWs As Domestic Workers - A Case Study 
14.
Virtues of De-Globalization15. What is the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Why We Should Oppose It?
16.
The Philippines, The World Bank (WB) and Race to the Bottom, Part 1 of 4
OUR MILITARY:
(Post-WW2 Agreements)1.President Roxas Railroaded the Approval of Bell Trade Act (aka Philippine Trade Act),1946 & Military Bases Agreements
2.
US Military Bases & Military Assistance Agreements (1947)
3.
US Bilateral Immunity Agreement (BIA) aka Article 98 Agreement 
4.
Status-Of-Forces-Agreement (SOFA): Template for Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA)
5.
Corruption in the AFP/Military, Suicide of General Angelo Reyes and Need for Military Reform
THE RECTO READER 
(Book) is presented in several postings. Click each toopen/read: THE RECTO READER: Nationalism,Internationalism,Ultra-Nationalism,Part 1A of 6  THE RECTO READER: Mission of Nationalism, Part 1B of 6  THE RECTO READER: Economic Independence, Economic Nationalism, Part 2A of 6  THE RECTO READER: Economic Nationalism Means Industrialization, Part 2B of 6  THE RECTO READER: Industrialization: The Alternative to Poverty, Part 2C of 6 THE RECTO READER: The Fallacy of "Philippines First," Part 2D of 6  THE RECTO READER: Parity Rights, Currency Dependence, Foreign Loans versusForeign Investments, Part 2E of 6 (MORE TO FOLLOW)
NOTE:
Recto's cited cases, examples or issues were of his time, of course; but realities in our homeland in the present and the foreseeable future are expected to be much, much worse.Though I am tempted to update them with current issues, it's best to leave them as they are sinceRecto's paradigms about our much deepened national predicament still ring relevant, valid and true. In short, Recto saw the forest and never got lost in the trees. We native Filipinos have not learned from or not heeded his advice - Bert 

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