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MANILA, Philippines - Malacañang said yesterday changing Pilipinas to “Filipinas,” as adopted by the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (KWF), would be an interesting discussion.
In a resolution dated April 12, which also went viral, the KWF decided to revive the use of “Filipinas” instead of “Pilipinas” to promote the official and modern name of the country.
And in doing so, he’s disrespecting the truly honorable Filipino soldiers, especially those buried at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani. It’s a cock-and-bull story.” That was the famous reaction of former US Army Captain Ray Hunt, who commanded Filipino guerrillas during World War II, when he was told of Marcos’ claims that he was the leader of impressive guerrilla force that wreaked havoc on enemy forces during the war.
It’s a safe bet many of the soldiers buried there did not make up tall tales about what they did during the war. “Marcos was never the leader of a large guerrilla organization, no way,” Hunt told the New York Times.
The name Philippines was officially adopted during the American period.
Nang dumating siya kasama ng kanyang mga sundalo sa pulo ng Mactan, magiting na ipinagtanggol ni Lapulapu at ng kanyang mga tauhan ang kalayaan nila.
Napatay si Magallanes sa labanang iyon kaya't itinanghal na unang bayaning Pilipino si Lapu-lapu ng bansa. Dalawang kilalang nobela ang sinulat niya - ang Noli Me Tangere at El Filibusterismo.
What’s supposed to be a sacred resting place for the nation’s heroes may have to be given another name: “Libingan ng Mga Bayani at Isang Diktador.” What’s noteworthy is, in reaffirming his plan to allow the Marcos family to bury Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani, even President-elect Duterte is now admitting that the late dictator, considered the second most corrupt ruler in recent history, is no hero.
He is allowing the late dictator to be buried at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani “not because he (was) a hero, but because he was a Filipino soldier.” But Duterte sure is choosing to honor the worst kind of Filipino soldier.