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La Liga Filipina was to spread the Filipino’s libertarian efforts through legal means and would be composed of the ilustrado members of Philippine society.
La Liga Filipina attracted the colonial authorities and diverted their attention from the Katipunan.
La Liga Filipina was Dr. Rizal’s stairway to martyrdom.
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 Katipunan - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Katipunan was founded after the arrest of the leading members of the La Liga Filipina founded by Dr.
La Liga, composed mainly of middle class intellectuals, advocated peaceful reform.
The suppression of La Liga by the Spanish regime proved to Bonifacio the futility of achieving peaceful reforms under Spanish rule.
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La Solidaridad, the official paper of the Filipino reform movement in Spain.
The Spanish authorities thought La Liga a subversive organization and had Rizal exiled to Dapitan.
It is said that Bonifacio was influenced by the ideas of Marcelo del Pilar, who would be sympathetic to the revolution he would lead, and by Rizal's two novels; and inspired by the story of the French revolution.
www.bulatlat.com /news/3-13/3-13-martyrdom.html   (1773 words)

 Biografia de José Rizal
Gracias a una apertura del gobierno, en 1887 pudo regresar a su patria, pero la estrecha vigilancia policial a que fue sometido lo obligó a marcharse al año siguiente.
Sin embargo, la dramática situación de los campesinos de Calamba, que habían sido desposeídos de sus viviendas, lo indujo a tomar abierto partido por éstos.
Ese mismo año, marchó a Hong Kong, donde pretendió crear una colonia en Borneo y fundar allí la Liga filipina, por lo que, acusado de formar parte de sociedades secretas, fue deportado a Mindanao.
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Rizal's Liga was short-lived because almost immediately after forming it, he was arrested and placed in exile for 4 years in Dapitan.
If you read about GK's holistic approach to building communities (shelter, education, health, livelihood, and community development) and compare it with the aims of the La Liga Filipina you will see how both aspire for the same goals of building in the Filipino human dignity and that ever elusive virtue of self reliance.
The aims of the Liga were to be carried out through the creation of a governing body composed of the Supreme Council, the Provincial Council, and the Popular Council.
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 La Liga Filipina - Wikipedia en español   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
La 'Liga Filipina era una organización creada por el doctor Jose Rizal en las Filipinas.
En la noche del 6 de julio de 1892, Rizal fue arrestado secretamente cuatro días después de la creación de la sociedad.
Esta página fue modificada por última vez a las 15:08 31 mar, 2005.
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 Philippine Revolution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Despite its declaration of being a peaceful organization, the Spaniard administration felt threatened by its presence (they were especially disturbed by one of the league's clauses calling for "defence against all violence and injustice") and arrested Rizal on July 6.
On the night of July 7, 1892, three members of the defunct Liga: Bonifacio, Ladislao Diwa, Teodoro Plata, Deodato Arellano, formed the Katipunan in a house on Calle Azcarraga (modern-day Claro M. Recto Avenue).
Soon after, Imus and Bacoor in Cavite, Parañaque and Las Piñas in Morong, Macabebe and San Fernando in Pampanga, as well as Laguna, Batangas, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Bataan, Tayabas (now Quezon), and the Camarines provinces, were liberated by the Filipinos.
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 Chapter IX: The Deportation to Dapitan Page 1
Regulations of La Liga Filipina in Rizal's handwriting.
This was another expression of his constant teaching that slaves, those who toadied to power, and men without self-respect made possible and fostered tyranny, abuses and disregard of the rights of others.
The character test was also a step forward, for the profession of patriotism has often been made to cloak moral shortcomings in the Philippines as well as elsewhere.
www.web-books.com /classics/Nonfiction/Biography/Rizal/RizalC11P1.htm   (940 words)

 The Manila Times Internet Edition | OPINION > An insult to Filipinos and the Malay race
The Constitution of the La Liga Filipina, written by Rizal, was a call for independence.
It purposes were “To unite the whole archipelago into one compact, vigorous and homogenous body; for mutual protection (of Filipinos) in every case of trouble and need; (and) for defense against every violence and injustice.” The compact could only be directed against the Spaniards.
True the “propagandists” of La Solidaridad led by Rizal and Marcelo H. del Pilar at first petitioned the government of Spain to grant representation to the Philippines in the Spanish parliament or Cortes.
www.manilatimes.net /national/2006/sept/28/yehey/opinion/20060928opi6.html   (707 words)

 Chapter 10
The Liga temporarily became inactive because of Rizal's capture four days later but was later revived through the efforts of Bonifacio and Domingo Franco.
But a few months later, its Supreme Council dissolved the Liga, because they found out that its supporters would not give funds anymore because they believed that peaceful means for reforms were futile.
So the Liga split into two groups, the conservatives forming the Cuerpo de Compromisarios, and the more radical people who were led by Bofinacio formed the Katipunan.
www.angelfire.com /zine/history1/chapter10.htm   (506 words)

 Manila Bulletin Online
The KKK (Kataastaasan, Kagalanggalang na Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan (Society of the Most Noble Sons of the Country) was the radical branch of Dr. Jose P. Rizal’s La Liga Filipina.
All the founders and first members of the KKK were officers and members, too, of the La Liga Filipina.
The exile to Dapitan of Dr. Rizal led to the dissolution of the La Liga and the establishment, in its place, of the KKK in 1892.
www.mb.com.ph /issues/2006/07/07/OPED2006070768703.html   (333 words)

In 1892, when Rizal returned to the Philippines, he formed La Liga Filipina, a forum for Filipinos to express their hopes for reform and freedom from the oppressive Spanish colonial administration.
He was arrested as a revolutionary and was exiled in Dapitan, Mindanao.
His writings and La Liga Filipina were banned.
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, he appointed Diwa to be the secretary general of the La Liga Filipina.
Diwa then had an idea of organizing a secret society that would replace Rizal’s La Liga.
It was on the night of July 7 then that the KKK was born in the house of Deodato Arellano.
andresbonifacio.livejournal.com /1809.html?mode=reply   (198 words)

One must understand that Andres Bonifacio, the founder of the Katipunan, was a member of Dr. Jose Rizal's "La Liga Filipina".
And it was only when Dr. Rizal was arrested that Bonifacio became dissolutioned and that he decided for himself that truly peaceful means will not work and organized the Katipunan, the day after Dr. Rizal's arrest for an armed resistance.
It must be remembered that Rizal's founding of the Liga Filipina was the prime catalyst for the mobilization of the Katipunan led by Andres Bonifacio and other separatists (note that Mabini was present when Rizal initiated the Liga).
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 Mga Bayani Ng PINAS: La Liga Filipina
Deciembre 30, 1903, itinayo ang isang monumento bilang parangal kay Rizal, ang kanyang mga kasama at iba pang tumulong sa pagtatag ng Liga Filipina.
Pagkatapos dakpin ng mga Español si Rizal nuong Julio 6, 1892 at ipinatapon sa Dapitan, sa Mindanao, palihim na ipinagpatuloy ang ‘Liga’ ng mga kasapi.
Si Domingo Franco ang nahalal na presidente, si Deodato Arellano ang naging kalihim at ingat-yaman, si Isidro Francisco ang fiscal (abogado), at sina Juan Zulueta at Timoteo Paez ay nasapi sa consejo supremo ng ‘Liga.’ Pagtagal-tagal, si Apolinario Mabini ang naging kalihim.
www.elaput.org /liga.htm   (406 words)

 About Liga   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
La Liga Filipina, First Established in the fall semester of 1992 with a few proud filipinos, to educate the Albany community about the Filipino culture as well as issues concerning Filipinos/Filipino Americans.
Liga Filipina has consistently kept contact with other Filipino organizations by attending a Conference held every semester by different organizations down the east Coast called F.I.N.D. (Filipino Intercollegiate Networking Dialogue).
These organizations are divided up into 7 districts on the coast, and Liga is currently in charge of one of these districts, (district 4 - Upstate NY) being responsible for communication between Schools such as Binghamton, Buffalo, Rochester, Cornell, Syracuse, as well as Renssellaer Polytechnic Intitute.
albany.edu /faculty/mackey/isp361/summer2001/final/bacayon/about.html   (357 words)

 José Rizal
He annotated an edition in 1890 on Antonio Morga's Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas, which showed that the native people of the Philippines had a long history before the coming of the Spaniards.
Rizal's political program, as expressed in the newspaper, included integration of the Philippines as a province of Spain, representation in the Cortes (the Spanish parliament), the replacement of the Spanish friars by the Filipino priests, freedom of assembly and expression, and equality of Filipinos and Spaniards before the law.
He found a nonviolent reform society, La Liga Filipina, in Manila, and was deported to Dapitan, in northwest Mindanao, an island south of the Philippines.
www.univie.ac.at /Voelkerkunde/apsis/aufi/jorizal.htm   (520 words)

 jrizalpaper: woohoo.. malapit na.. malapit na talaga
Also, Rizal’s founding of La Liga Filipina, a group that called for reforms and wanted the Philippines to be a province of Spain, motivated Andres Bonifacio to start mobilizing the Katipunan.
He returned to the Philippines in June 1892 and on July 3 of the same year, he founded La Liga Filipina, aimed to unite Filipinos and promote progress through commerce, industry and agriculture.
Though La Liga Filipina was a peaceful group that did not believe in violence, the Spanish government viewed it as a threat to their regime and had Rizal secretly arrested and exiled to Dapitan.
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 Apolinario Mabini Summary
Still refusing to swear an oath of allegiance to the U.S. government and continuing to support the insurgents in their ideological struggle, he was deported to Guam in 1901.
Mabini's chief work, La Revolution Filipina, a reasoned analysis and cogent argument concerning the ideological implications of the revolution against Spain and the resistance to the American invaders, reveals the progressive and democratic impulse behind his thinking.
Mabini, it must be noted, was not entirely without nationalistic aspirations, for he was a member of Rizal's La Liga Filipina and worked secretly for the introduction of reforms in the administration of government.
www.bookrags.com /Apolinario_Mabini   (1151 words)

 Footnotes to History
One of the houses visited by Rizal was the Hilario house in San Juan, San Fernando, where Rizal met with brothers Tiburcio, grandfather of Dr. Lacson, and Cecilio.
Shortly after his trip to Bulacan, Pampanga and Tarlac, Rizal established the La Liga Filipina on July 3, 1892.
Andres Bonifacio was one of those present when La Liga was established.
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 Andres Bonifacio - Chavacano de Zamboanga Wikipedia - El Libre Enciclopedia
Andres Bonifacio y Castro (30 de noviembre de 1863 – 10 de mayo de 1897) fue un lider de la revolucion de las Filipinas en contra del gobierno coloña español, que fue la primera revolucion en Asia contra un gobierno colonial europeo.
Inflamaba a las masas indígenas e incitaba a sus seguidores a que iniciara una rebelión en contra de los “kastila” (español en tagalo).
Cuando José Rizal creó la Liga Filipina, en 1892, Bonifacio era uno de los pocos integrantes que no aceptaban la vision pacífica de Rizal.
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 Filipino Patriots During the Revolution
The organ of the Propaganda Movement was the La Solidaridad, its initial issue was published in 1889 by Graciano in Barcelona.
This was later issued fortnightly through the funding of the Junta de la Propaganda, a group of patriots in Manila, headed by Deodato Arellano.
Marcelo H. del Pilar’s "La Solidaridad", he and together with his protégé, Apolinario Mabini, organized the "Cuerpo de Compromisarios" specifically to raise funds for the purpose.
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The first stirring of nationalism movements can be traced to 1841, when Father Opolinario de la Cruz led the struggle of the local clergy against the European.
The Driving forces for the Revolution: One of the most important nationalist revolutionaries that emerged was Jose Rizal, who established La Liga Filipina or the Philippine League, a peaceful reform group to vitalize the movement towards the country’s Independence.
Until its exposure by a Spanish priest in Aug 1896, the Katipunan rapidly grew its membership, They desperately fought Spanish troops, but were losing battle after battle, finally retreating to Cavite.
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 La Liga Filipina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
When upon his return to the Philippines in July, 1892, Rizal organized the La Liga Filipina, this constituted a forward step in the reformist ideas of the times in the sense that the new group sought to involve the people directly in the reform movement.
With Rizal deported to Dapitan, the Liga became inactive until, through the efforts of Domingo Franco and Andres Bonifacio, it was reorganized.
The Liga membership split into two groups: the conservatives formed the Cuerpo de Compromisarios which pledged to continue supporting the La Solidaridad while the radicals led by Bonifacio devoted themselves to a new and secret society, the Katipunan, which Bonifacio had organized on the very day Rizal was deported to Dapitan.
www.msc.edu.ph /centennial/liga.html   (806 words)

 Andres Bonifacio
Andres joined La Liga Filipina and worked hard to spread its teachings of charity and brotherhood.
La Liga Filipina was a peaceful group that did not believe in violence.
Instead of using the old Spanish spelling of the letter "c," Bonifacio used the Tagalog spelling of "k." Rizal had suggested the change in an article published two years earlier in the newspaper La Solidaridad.
www.bakbakan.com /heroes.html   (3657 words)

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