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Captured Patriotism
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Captured Patriotism
3 years ago|174 views |Conceptual

A portion of Jose Rizal's writings at Rizal Shrine, Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila…

Full text reads… “Man ought to die for his duty and his convictions. I maintain all the ideas that I have expressed concerning the state and future of my country and gladly I’ll die for her, nay, to obtain justice and tranquility for you.”

“I have always loved my poor country and I’m sure i shall love her until my last moment, should men prove unjust to me. I shall die happy, satisfied with the thought that all I have suffered, my life, my loves, my joys, my everything, I have sacrificed for the love of her.”

“I wish to show those who deny us patriotism that we know how to die for our duty and convictions.”

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