In honor of Rizal Day.
This photo gives me goosebumps.
Jose Rizal’s Execution, 30 Dec 1896.
This photograph (Fusilamiento de José Rizal) was taken by Manuel Arias Rodriguez, a Spanish creole, and is considered one of the earliest known evidences of documentary photography in the Philippines.
MABUHAY SI RIZAL AT ANG PILIPINAS!
Filipinos cry sacrilege over art with Christ, phallic symbols
Non-profit organization Pro-Life Philippines has threatened to file charges against the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) for permitting to show “Kulo (A Gathering of Artists of the UST),” a “sacrilegious and blasphemous” art exhibit which features the unconventional use of religious images. The group sent letters both to the CCP and the artists demanding the display’s removal. “By Thursday afternoon, we will file a case if they do not stop the exhibit and if they do not also make amends because stopping is not enough. The damage has been done,” said Pro-Life president Eric Manalang.
Mideo Cruz, the artist responsible for the installation — intended to be a commentary on icon worship — has been branded a “demon” and bombarded with death threats and hate mail since his work featured in an exhibit in Manila that began June 17.
Cruz, a 37-year-old visual and performance artist who has exhibited in such international art centres as New York, Paris and Tokyo, said he had wanted to provoke a reaction but was surprised by the violence of the response.
“You can’t force people. But I just hope that when we look at something, the process doesn’t stop at the surface.” Cruz said his installation, “Poleteismo” or “Polytheism,” is about the worship of relics and how idolatry evolves through history and modern culture.
Read more on Reuters and Spot
These “pro-life” “Catholic” hypocrites, who bombard this artist with death threats and hate mail, are actually the true blasphemous abomination to their god, not the artist. Imbeciles. Stop worshiping icons.
Could you believe it?! It’s pretty epic let’s admit it ! It’s a chocolate named after us “Filipinos”. Gotta have one!
This chocolate was actually found in Spain. Who here has had this chocolate?
I’ve seen pictures of this before and read somewhere that it’s made in Spain. Why the hell are these not available here in the Philippines?? I would like to know how we taste like.
“The Merriment” @igersmanila #9pmhabit #igersmanila (Taken with Instagram at Tagaytay Picnic Grove)
Uhm… I think some Filipinos have had enough of eating the “Word of God”. They have eaten too much of it that the Word of God has consumed their brains resulting to not being able to think for themselves.
I saw this ad in NAIA Terminal 3. Genius!
Check out this new ad. Mind the fine print: This value-driven campaign promotes the Philippines to its own people, many of whom opt to travel abroad unaware of their country’s beauty. “Tara na,” means “Let’s go.”