A PAST REVISITED BY RENATO CONSTANTINO PDF

Without national state support or infusion of bailout assistance to its economic base, thereby violating its very capitalist market fundamentals, it can self-destruct or collapse on its very foundations. Indeed, the financial quagmire rocking the establishments of our region and the world today are tensions rocking the very foundation of the U. It does not really care if the working people starve, so long as the banks and big corporations have liquidity. The crisis of a failed neoliberal globalization project needs to be assessed, both as a situation pregnant with danger and opportunities for the working people as well. The crisis for sure, will make many countries who were hoodwinked in the scam of neoliberal globalization project, to retreat back to the nation, and nationhood.

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Without national state support or infusion of bailout assistance to its economic base, thereby violating its very capitalist market fundamentals, it can self-destruct or collapse on its very foundations. Indeed, the financial quagmire rocking the establishments of our region and the world today are tensions rocking the very foundation of the U.

It does not really care if the working people starve, so long as the banks and big corporations have liquidity. The crisis of a failed neoliberal globalization project needs to be assessed, both as a situation pregnant with danger and opportunities for the working people as well. The crisis for sure, will make many countries who were hoodwinked in the scam of neoliberal globalization project, to retreat back to the nation, and nationhood.

Global hegemons, both corporate and as big powers, have all but effectively dismantled nations and their ability to protect their people, their industries, their women, their environment and health.

Who was Renato Constantino, and why is his work and life relevant today as we see what may be the final demise of the neo-liberal globalization project?

Constantino challenged the idea that we are doomed to live in a region or world that is dominated and defined solely by hegemons which have forced their economic, military, cultural, political and diplomatic power upon us.

Renato Constantino was the Filipino historian and scholar who taught us to reexamine our colonial history, to rectify it and to learn from the past. This lecture is a tribute to this great Filipino intellectual, a celebration of his life and works by way of reviewing his contributions and impact on Philippine nationalist historiography. He will be remembered as one of the most influential Filipino writers of the 20th century who through his pamphlets, columns and books influenced several generations of Filipinos.

No Filipino writer has perhaps contributed as much as Constantino did in terms of substance and volume of writings to advance the Philippine nationalist cause in the 20th century. Born on March 10, , he dedicated his life to the cause of Philippine national sovereignty, democratic rights, peace and social justice.

In , as editor-in-chief of the Philippine Collegian, student newspaper of the University of the Philippines, he attracted early on the ire of U. At that time, Constantino had written articles about the atrocities committed by the United States in the Philippines during the Philippine-American War. He was released after explaining to his interrogators that he only got his facts from open and documented sources that had been published in the United States.

He was enrolled for two years at the U. College of Law after which he took a graduate course at New York University In , he was honoured for his intellectual achievements and contributions to nationalist education by the University of the Philippines which conferred on him an honorary Doctor of Laws honoris causa. Constantino was one of the prominent victims of the vicious witch-hunts.

He was blacklisted and removed from the Department of Foreign Affairs when he had already attained the rank of counsellor, the third-ranking position in the foreign service at that time. As a professional diplomat, he had articulated what were considered dangerous ideals such as self-determination for the Philippines.

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He wrote editorial columns criticizing President Manuel Quezon , which earned the attention of the President by responding to the article in one of his speeches. When the Second World War erupted, Constantino fought in Bataan and was a member of an intelligence team spying on the Japanese. He also worked as a journalist during the war. At the conclusion of the war, Constantino joined the Philippine Mission to the United Nations from to as its Executive Secretary.

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