Manila pushed to change the name of the Philippines back into “Slaves & Servants of Spain” would “Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao” Agree?

If Manila will continue pushing this, then it would mean that only Manila is part of the Philippines while Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao are united as 1 country in the name of its respective Islands "The Federal Republic of Luzon Visayas and Mindanao"

The 7,107 islands exist and inhabited by locals prior to the invasion of Spain on March 15, 1621. The islands Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao are the living witness how the Spain lie to the world that "Magellan" discovered the "Las Islas Filipinas" but should we agree with their lies that they discovered our land?

Let's start from defining what is the meaning of "Discovered"?

According to the "The Free Dictionary" "Discover" is defined as:

a. To be the first, or the first of one's group or kind, to find, learn of, or observe.

b. To learn about for the first time in one's experience

Would you agree that a Portuguese explorer "Ferdinand Magellan" is the first person discovered the 7,107 Islands in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao?

If you will agree that a Portuguese explorer "Ferdinand Magellan" is the first person discovered the islands then to whom we should credit the existence of the lumads, the indigenous people, the aborigines who are originally wearing "bahag"? Are they created through a test tube by Magellan? Or  through a magical wand?

Magellan is not the first person discovered the islands because the islands he claimed already exist and inhabited by the lumads and actively trading with Arabian countries and with the neighboring Asian countries. The word discovered is already a big mistake and a big lie to the world which hidden in its cover is "the Invasion of Spain in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao".

"Filipinas" the Slaves and Servants of Spain

After the Invasion of Spain in "Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao" the islands named after the reigning power of Spain King Philip as "Las Islas Filipinas" or the Islands of Filipinas / Islands of King Philip.

For more than 300 years, the People of Luzon Visayas and Mindanao lost their lands and make them as the "Slaves and Servants of Spain" in the name of "Las Islas Filipinas"

Our dear compatriots, would you agree to be called again as "Filipinas" the Slaves and Servants of Spain?

Our dear great Heroes "Andres Bonifacio and Jose Rizal" died for our freedom and now the Manila Government is pushing again to get in and go back to past to be the slaves and servants of Spain.

Re-invasion of Spain

The queen of the damn in the closely defunct kingdom of Spain recently visited the Philippines for a modern invasion that creates a magic in designing a hidden plan of taking over the Philippines once again to save them from the economic crisis in Europe. The Spain currency "Spanish Pesetas (₱)" were gone with the wind long time ago and they are only relying now with the foreign currency from Europe as they could no longer afford to produce their own money for its high costs but low monetary value. Spain is only one of the few countries in the world without their own currency.

The head of the Commission on the Filipino Language Virgilio S. Almario was enlightened for changing the name of the Philippines back the time when the people of "Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao" in the name of "Filipinas" as the Slaves and Servants of Spain after the recent visit of the queen of spain.

What kind of gifts did the Commission on the Filipino Language head Virgilio S. Almario received from Spain?  Millions of Euros, Hacienda, one-night-stand or the Yamashita treasure?

Virgilio S. Almario could be the most corrupt government servant in the face of our clean President Benigno Aquino III for accepting any bribe from Spain to change the name of the Philippines into "Filipinas" as the Slaves and Servants of Spain.

The Commission on the Filipino Language headed by Virgilio S. Almario is not yet done. They are still facing the criticism of making the Philippine National Language illegal as it violates the order of the Republic Act (RA) No. 7104.

The Philippine National Language remained "illegal" which is being criticized as the Commission does not really do its job in developing the Filipino language. This is grounded in the fact that Filipino was essentially Tagalog, a fact acknowledged by former Commissioner, Ricardo María Duran Nolasco, and with an impoverished technical and scientific vocabulary, at that, which relies heavily on foreign borrowings and, often, constructions. It is often left to the universities to develop their own respective terminologies for each field, leading to a lack of uniformity and general public disuse.

It is argued that current state of the Filipino language is contrary to the intention of Republic Act (RA) No. 7104 that requires that the national language be developed and enriched by the lexicon of the country's other major languages.

The called Philippine National Language now is still violating the Republic Act (RA) No. 7104 .

The Republic Act (RA) No. 7104 required that the Philippine National Language must be based from the major languages of the Philippines namely; Bikol, Cebuano or Binisaya, Hiligaynon, Ilocano (Iloko), Kapampangan, Pangasinan, Tagalog and Waray but what happened in the Commission on the Filipino Language headed by Virgilio S. Almario? They failed their job and just leave the language to Tagalog alone and borrow from the foreign languages to make ease and to sit-down as nothing happened, no job to be finished.

Before this Virgilio S. Almario will push for the changing of the name of the Philippines, he must do his unfinished job first.

Language body wants 'Pilipinas' changed to 'Filipinas'

As reported by the Philippine Star,

Malacañang said 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.

The commission said Filipinos could be more united with a better sense of history.

"Let us see what the various sectors' reaction will be," deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said over radio dzRB.

Valte said there is no letter "f" in the Filipino alphabet before and so Pilipinas was used.

Now that "f" is back, the commission deemed it fit to make use of "Filipinas" in seals, letterheads, notepads and other materials.

Valte said the issue has yet to be discussed with President Aquino.

The name of the Philippines is short for The Philippine Islands, derived from King Philip II of Spain in the 16th century.

"Filipinas" used to be the official name of the archipelago but it changed in the course of history.

The name Philippines was officially adopted during the American period.

Rebuilding for the better Philippines would clearly say that we are not agree of renaming the Philippines into the colonial era as "Filipinas"

We would push for the name "The Federal Republic of Luzon Visayas and Mindanao" from its original islands' name than adopting the push of  Virgilio S. Almario, a person who failed to do his job in the Commission on the Filipino Language.

"The Federal Republic of Luzon Visayas and Mindanao"

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