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IS DR. JOSE P. RIZAL A MARTYR OR TRAITOR?
The youth is the hope of our country, this is one of the famous line of Dr. Jose P. Rizal. We all know that Dr. Jose P. Rizal was been declared as a national hero because of his loved in our country and love for his nationality. We Filipinos considered him as one of the greatest hero because he serves as a key and inspiration for awaken for the Filipinos from the violence or cruelty of the Spaniards and he wrote some books that described the life of Filipinos under Spaniards as well as the innocent of the Filipino during that time. But I consider Dr. Jose P. Rizal as traitor of revolution.
Reading through the Constantino’s “Veneration without Understanding” really change my discernment about Jose Rizal. But when I was in my lower years and haven’t read that thesis, I give the impression of being “a strong man that has a strong fighting spirit for his own motherland.” It is much more analysis behind the life of Rizal and his being a hero, the factors that made him condemn the idea of the revolution and the facts that we do not usually see and read around history books. My beliefs were unexpectedly changed. My point of view about Dr. Jose P. Rizal suddenly changed after reading that thesis because I knew that Rizal fight for liberty only, not the freedom that inhabitant sought for. Dr. Jose P. Rizal is weak, to the point that he didn’t join the Revolution. Yes, we know that because of his novels, El Filibusterismo and Noli Me Tangere, the minds of people were set off. But I think Rizal’s idea is more of dream, “a dream without an action is useless” –Ryan Namia. Rizal’s two novels, in reality, arouse the Revolution and peoples mind. But how come Rizal didn’t join?

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