Dahilan ng pagdating ng mga amerikano sa pilipinas
It was nothing more than a mean and despicable order.
Emilio Aguinaldo's surrender to the American's was a cowardly act. He surrendered for fear that others more competent than he would occupy the post of president of tne Republic.
he would have performed an act of patriotism and charity.
On May 4, 1899, General Luna was wounded in an encounter with the Americans at the fortlines of Santo Tomas, Pampanga.
When they arrived at Aguinaldo's headquarters in Cabanatuan they learned that he had left for Pampanga.
While going down the stairs of the headquarters, the assassins, guards who happened to be the same men on whom he had imposed disciplinary punishments after the battle at Caloocan, pounced on him, riddled his body with bullets while others stabbed him.
Julio Nakpil) should be condemned by history, and Universal Freemasonry ought to expel him and declare him a spurious son. March, 1897 - A persistent rumor circulated that Andres Bonifacio was paid by the friars to promote the rebellion against Spain and also it was said he was sanguinary. Aguinaldo; but, instead of punishing the culprits, he would reply invariably: "Please be patient because we do not pay our soldiers." Among the despicable ones was a Major surnamed Ritual who boastfully recounted with the greatest pleasure and effrontery the following: He and two of his soldiers went up a house in one of the towns of Cavite finding there two sisters, single and pretty.
Under Andres Bonifacio and Antonio Luna these cases were severely punished.
Julio Nakpil) who were operating in the provinces of Manila, Laguna, and Morong.