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Patakarang Pasipikasyon
-layunin nitong supilin and nasyonalismong Pilipino sa higit na nakararaming Pilipino na patuloy na nakikipaglaban para sa ganap na kalayaan ng bansa.

-Ipinagbabawal ang pambabatikos sa mga Amerikano

-Halos sampung taon ng pakikipagdigmaan ng mga kapwa Pilipino sa mga Hapones at Amerikano, hindi parin napapasuko ang mga Pilipino sa pakikipaglaban sa mga amerikano at hapones.
AMERIKANO
Water Cure

Water cure is a form of torture where water is forcefully poured into a prisoner’s lungs, usually over and over again.




PAGSOSONA
* SONA – State of the Nation Address; constitutional obligation, as written in Article VII, Section 23 of the 1987 Constitution: “the President shall address the Congress at the opening of its regular session.” Moreover, Article VI, Section 15 prescribes that the Congress “shall convene once every year on the fourth Monday of July for its regular session.”
Brigandage Act: (o Batas sa Pununulisan)

Ipinagbawal ang pagsapi ng mga Pilipino sa mga pangkat na tahasang tumututol sa pananakop ng mga dayuhan. Kamatayan o matagal na pagkakabilanggo ang kaparusahan nito.
Flag Law: (o Batas Bandila) Nobyembre 12, 1902
Nagbabawal ng paglalabas at pagwawagayway ng bnadila ng Pilipinas o anumang simbolo ng pangtatangkilik sa kalayaan ng bansa
The difference between Japan and American
The Japanese employed military forces and power to colonize the Philippines (military conquerors were ferocious)

The Japanese brought more hardships, suffering and fear among Filipinos (they were very violent and abusive)

Under the Japanese, the Filipino way of life was heavily affected
Mga patakarang pasipikasyong ipinatupad ng Amerika at Hapon sa Pilipinas
William Howard Taft, appointed U.S. Governor of the Philippines, testified under oath before Congress . The "so called water cure," he admitted, was used "on some occasions to extract information."
* A letter by A. F. Miller, of the 32nd Volunteer Infantry Regiment, published in the Omaha World-Herald in May, 1900, told of how Miller’s unit uncovered hidden weapons by subjecting a prisoner to what he and others called the “water cure.” “Now, this is the way we give them the water cure,” he explained. “Lay them on their backs, a man standing on each hand and each foot, then put a round stick in the mouth and pour a pail of water in the mouth and nose, and if they don’t give up pour in another pail. They swell up like toads. I’ll tell you it is a terrible torture.”
* Began during the Commonwealth of the Philippines

* The first SONA was delivered during a special session of the National Assembly on Nov. 25, 1935 by President Manuel L. Quezon


* President Manuel Roxas delivered the last SONA under the Commonwealth of the Philippines on June 3, 1946.
Senator Rafael Palma sponsored Senate Bill No. 1, repealing the Flag Law of 1907. But the bill failed to pass into law. It took twelve years before the ban on the Philippine flag was lifted when Governor General Francis Burton Harrison signed on October 24, 1919, Act No. 2871. On March 26, 1920, the Philippine Legislature enacted Act. No 2928 which provided for the adoption of the Philippine flag as the official flag of the Philippines.
Sedition Law: (1989-1934)
Ang sedition law ay isang batas na ipinasa upang magbilang batayan ng mga Amerikano sa pagbabawal ng kahit anong pag – aalsa o pag – aaklas ng mga Pilipino laban sa mga Amerikano sa kahit anong paraan, mapayapa man o sa paraang pisikal.
How: Ang mga Pilipino noong panahon na iyon ay mahigpit na nagiingat sa kanilang mga galaw dahil sa batas na ipinatupad noong panahon na iyon. Ang isang halimbawa ay ang mga tinatawag na patriots, or mga taong nagmamahal sa ating bansa ng sobra, ay mga rebelde sa mga mata ng mga Amerikano. Madami ang pinatay dahil sa sentensya ng bitay o mga nakulang ng matagal na panahon dahil sa batas na ito.
Lakas Militar:
Ang Lakas Militar ng Pilipinas, ay ang opisyal na taga – pagtanggol ng ating bansa laban sa ibang bansa o kung sino man ang gusto umagaw ng kapayapaan sa Pilipinas. Ito rin ang tumutulong sa mga Pilipino sa panahon ng pangangailangan.

Ito ay naitatag noong American Commonwealth era noong 1935 sa pamamagitang ng National Defense Act.
Noong 1901, itinatag ng bansang Amerika anfg Philippine Constabulary sa rason na magbigay tulong sa pagtutugis ng mga rebelde laban sa pamahaalan noon. Ito ay kinakabilangan ng mga Amerikano at Pilipino.
Disiplinang Militar
How: The Japanese military authority quickly organized a new government in the Philippines through an established “Council of State”, which directed civilian affairs. After “liberating” the Philippines, the Japanese promised independence for the islands, which was implemented in October of 1943 with the formation of the Republic of the Philippines. Japan launched an attack on the Philippines on December 8, 1941, just ten hours after their attack on Pearl Harbor. The aircraft of General MacArthur’s command were destroyed; the naval forces were ordered to leave; and because of the circumstances in the Pacific region, reinforcement and resupply of his ground forces were impossible.
HAPON : Water Cure
The practice of drowning of prisoners, often but not always for interrogation.

Is led by Japanese officers and soldiers

one account of A.F.Miller : “. . .lay them on their backs, a man standing on each foot, then put a round stick in the mouth and pour a pail of water in the mouth and nose, and if they don’t give up pour in another pail. They swell up like toads. I’ll tell you it is a terrible torture."
Pagsosona / Zoning

There were Filipino spies hired by the Japanese along with the Philippine Constabulary (PC) wore hoods and pointed out in a group of fellow Filipinos, the Hukabalahaps or Huks, the suspects of the guerilla movement

they said suspects would be taken away and either be beaten, tortured or shot
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