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Jose Rizal's Origins
The Philippines

Rizal was born in Calamba, Philippines on the nineteenth of June 1861.
Rizal came from a wealthy merchant family who lived under Spanish owned property.
However, the Philippines at this time was a third world colony owned by the Spanish.
Spanish authorities would unleash their will anytime on Filipinos and would treat them irrationally and unethically.
Filipinos would always would have been met with discrimination and unequal treatment.
In every province, Filipinos are ruled by corrupted Spanish officials, friars and authorities.
Rizal's ideologies were born out of these crude and harsh conditions in his cultural environment.
Rizal experienced many life-impacting events in his youth growing up in the Philippines. Much of these events occurred during his years in school.
During his younger years, Rizal would be bullied and hazed due to his structure.
One day, his mother Dona Teodora, came under arrest by Spanish authorities for no logical reason. This was a huge emotional impact on Rizal. His family would have to struggle to have their mother come back.
While Rizal was studying college at Ateneo De Municpal in Manila, Rizal encountered a Spanish Authority and did not acknowledge him. The authority gave Rizal a brutal beating as punishment. Rizal reported this incident but his voice was ignored.
In Rizal's next college, Santo Tomas University, many of the professors who are Spanish friars would be notorious for their irrational and racist actions towards their students, especially Filipinos. This would cut Rizal's time in this university short.
Many of the events that happened in Rizal's life influenced him to have a voice in these crises.
The neglect and disrespect given by the Spanish motivated Rizal to take actions against these immoral behaviors.
Being confronted with racism and discrimination made Rizal realize what he needed to do.
Growing up in this harsh environment would lead to Rizal developing his ideologies and philosophies that would counter racism and discrimination in his homeland later in his life.
The Ideologies Behind Rizal
Rizal believed in his ideology of the freedoms and equal rights of the people of the Philippines. The cultural environment in which Rizal grew up was insufferable which lead Rizal to mold these ideologies. Filipinos in the Philippines did not have any rights or freedoms whatsoever. Segregation was a common occurring theme in the Philippines as well. Filipinos did not have a word in government. Most Filipinos were stuck to the bottom end of the social class. The quality of life for most Filipinos were poor compared to the rich. The Spanish ruled the Philippines with an iron fist.
Because of his past experiences of back in the Philippines, Rizal would start to devout his life for the Philippines. He fought for the rights of his fellow country men.
Due to his past events in life, Rizal wanted to right the wrong that was engulfing the Philippines. He wanted to change the Philippines from a country full of powerless people to a land of freedom and equality. However, Rizal promoted freedom and equality in a peaceful manner. He never promoted the use of weapons to achieve his ambitions. He never wished for extinction of the Spanish in the Philippines. He believed that freedom and equality was the light for the Filipinos. These ideologies were the right path for Filipinos. Rizal was a rational thinker. His ideology would be the the main focus and beliefs for the rest of his life.
The people who are obstructing the freedoms and rights of the Filipino people are the Spanish Friars. Rizal believed that they are the main sources of all the problems that were occurring in the Philippines.
The Spanish Friars would act in immoral ways. They would always commit corrupted actions in society. They lead in unethical manners. Filipinos would always be mistreated and met with cruel conduct.
Rizal reprimanded the Spanish's actions but as well criticized their political system. He accused many of the high powering officials of being too corrupt and abusive towards the Filipinos. Filipinos were never treated like real citizens even though they were native. Due to their low class state, high ranking authorities would always take advantage over them.
Rizal believed that countries such as the Philippines should be developed, civilized, educated and self-governed rather than being abused.
Rizal rebuked the immoral treatment received by the Spanish. Many of the cruel conditions that Rizal went through made him mold his firm ideals. His philosophies of freedom and equality was the main driving force of his ideology.
Rizal's ideologies would serve as the ambitions of Filipinos and would propel the Philippines Revolution forward.
Rizal's impact on his culture
Jose Rizal was becoming a famed figure during his fight for freedom. His actions and ideologies were spreading amongst his fellow citizens and was influencing many in his culture.
One of the many prowess that Rizal possessed was being an author. Throughout his life, he has written countless poems, essays, articles and novels that garnered him prizes, acclaim and national fame. Rizal has the power to influence the minds of people with powerful themes.
Rizal's themes in many of his writing were mainly about his ideologies. Much of his writings were about the rights, equalities, and freedoms of Filipinos. These themes were translated into two of his most famous works, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. These two books had a strong influential power on the Filipino people as well as sparked outrage from the Spanish. It was so powerful that it was considered illegal to possess it and it had to be smuggled in.
Rizal did not use words alone to influence his own culture. Rizal started up countless movements and created many different revolutionary groups. These actions influenced his fellow Filipinos into doing the same. One of the more preeminent groups that Rizal started was the La Liga Filipino, a revolutionary group aimed at settling the crisis in the Philippines in a peaceful manner. Even this though this group disbanded shortly after, many other Filipinos were starting their own revolutionary groups, the most notable group being the Katipunan.
Along with revolutionary groups, Rizal led many different propaganda based movements aimed to criticize and denounce Spanish actions in the Philippines. Rizal contributed to many different articles, magazines and newspapers. These statements gave a boost of nationalism in each Filipino as well as anger in the Spanish.
Aside from criticizing the Spanish, Rizal would spend time helping out his country men in the community. He would teach the youth, treated illnesses such as blindness, conducted scientific experiments and assisted in reconstructions of towns. To the eyes of Filipinos, Rizal was a hero and his fight for freedom and the Philippines would influence his culture forever.
Rizal's influence on
the world.
Rizal's influential persona did not only influence his own culture, but influenced the world as well. He was able to spread word of the atrocities that were happening back home in the Philippines. For a majority of his life, he lived in many parts of Europe such as Germany, France and Spain. Europeans did not know what a Filipino is and even did not know what they looked like. But once Rizal arrived arrived in Europe, the world started to learn what the Philippines is and the crisis there. He was able to educate the European people about the Filipino culture. His writings not only influenced his own culture, but the world as well. Once he stood on foreign soil, his ideologies would be forever dispersed into the world.
Rizal's propaganda based moments were not only effective in the Philippines but also around the world as well. His writings were able to spread word of the crisis. While studying abroad in Europe, Rizal would take part with fellow Filipinos in propaganda movements. He would contribute through articles, newspaper, magazines, papers and public speaking appearances. Rizal and his fellow patriots would voice out their anger against Spanish rule in the Philippines. These propaganda movements such as the La Solidaridad dispersed the ideologies of freedom and equality for Filipinos around the globe.
While Rizal's propaganda movements were influential, Rizal gained most of his fame and prominence from his two novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. These two novels were consistent with Rizal's ideologies of freedom and equality. Much of the plot involved mistreatment and discrimination towards Filipinos by Spanish authorities, mostly Spanish friars. These two books caught the attention of the world's eyes.
Countries such as Germany, France, Spain and more recognized what Rizal has done. Memorials in many places were built in honor of Rizal. Even after his death, Rizal continued to impact the world. He was regarded as one of the symbols for freedom of the Philippines. America saw Rizal's actions and recognized him as the national hero of the Philippines. To this date, Rizal still has a strong influence in this world.
Jose Rizal, one of the greatest figures to have ever lived in history is one of the, if not, the most influential people that we have in history. Rizal's fight for freedom would pave the path for more Filipinos to join in this cause. However, Rizal met his demise on December 30, 1896 when the Spanish army executed him for treason. The Spanish killed Rizal, but they did not kill his ideologies. Rizal's death caused an uproar and a revolution. Filipinos banded together to fight for their freedoms, equality and rights. Rizal grew up in harsh conditions that led him to his ideologies of freedom and equality. Nationalism surged as Filipinos realized that Rizal's ideologies would lead to a better tomorrow. But not only his own culture what he did but the world as well. The globe saw the accomplishment Rizal had undertaken to find the freedom and equality for Filipinos.
Even though his life was cut short, Jose Rizal is the most influential and compelling figure in history due to his fight for freedom and equality for all Filipinos as well as his fascinating persona that changed the lives of many people. Rizal continues to serve as the national hero of the Philippines. He is still seen as a role model to everyone around the globe today. Jose Rizal has the power of one who can forever influence the minds and the way we live in our world.
"If he had
seen them,
the first
would have
that he
was not
the last."

-The First Filipino
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