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Sunday, 29 April 2012 10:06
Dear Joseph, Maraming, maraming salamat sa paksa mo!!! Excellently written and documented, most enlightening about this issue. I am taking liberty to forward it to all those who are relevant to me, because it truly shines a spotlight on this matter, which all Filipinos must be made acutely aware of because it is like a volcano preparing to explode -I do not underestimate this situation, by far, and the time for defending the Homeland has arrived. The Vietnamese, as far as I am concerned, can go fly a kite regarding this dispute. However, I find this Chinese performance in 1988 absolutely repugnant, at best; ruthless, murderous savages. Like in the case of the Japanese in the last century, in spite of all their refinements and "civilization", they have clearly shown the other side of the coin -what they really are made of. And this is our enemy beginning to rear its ugly head. I take this matter very personally, like I have told you. "The enemy of my friend is MY enemy", and in this case I am looking at the enemy ng akin bansa. We must all unite and make the Chinese unmistakably aware of this message: NE CONJUGARE NOBISCUM! Let me tell you something that to me is amazingly mind-bending: When I was growing up in Guatemala, I had zero notion about the Philippines. Having discovered reading, thanks to my mother, I eventually came across, at the age of 11, a book by Emilio Salgari, published in Spanish. Then, I found that there were about 3 more books related to the first one, a series, and I devoured them. You may find them very interesting; they touch home and the story is related to the opposition to the British imperialism in the area at the time. The title of the books: "The Tiger of Malaysia", "The Pirates of Mompracem", "Sandokan". How little did I know that these books dealt with the people that I would so intensely identify with 50 years later!

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