Ang kamarang ito ay naglilitis sa sinumang nagtaksil sa kanilang mga sinumpaan at sa mga inaakusahan ng ilang mga paglabag sa mga alituntunin ng Katipunan. Ang bawat katipunero ay mayroong pagkahangang pagkatakot sa kamarang ito. Ayon kay Jose P. Santos , sa buong panahon ng pag-iral ng kamarang ito, mayroong limang mga Katipunero ang nahatulan at nasintensyahan ng kamatayan.

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Ang kabuhayang hindi ginugugol sa isang malaki at banal na kadahilanan ay kahoy na walang lilim, kundi damong makamandag 2. Ang gawang magaling na nagbubuhat sa pagpipita sa sarili, at hindi sa talagang nasang gumawa ng kagalingan, ay di kabaitan.

Ang may mataas na kalooban inuuna ang puri sa pagpipita sa sarili; ang may hamak na kalooban inuuna ang pagpipita sa sarili sa puri. Value of time 8. Ipagtanggol mo ang inaapi, at kabakahin ang umaapi. Ang di mo ibig na gawin sa asawa mo, anak at kapatid, ay huag mong gagawin sa asawa, anak, at kapatid ng iba. The Katipunan Code of Conduct 1. The life that is not consecrated to a lofty and reasonable purpose is a tree without a shade, if not a poisonous weed.

To do good for personal gain and not for its own sake is not virtue. Whether our skin be black or white, we are all born equal: superiority in knowledge, wealth and beauty are to be understood, but not superiority by nature.

The honorable man prefers honor to personal gain; the scoundrel, gain to honor. To the honorable man, his word is sacred. Do not waste thy time: wealth can be recovered but not time lost.

Defend the oppressed and fight the oppressor before the law or in the field. The prudent man is sparing in words and faithful in keeping secrets. On the thorny path of life, man is the guide of woman and the children, and if the guide leads to the precipice, those whom he guides will also go there. Thou must not look upon woman as a mere plaything, but as a faithful companion who will share with thee the penalties of life; her physical weakness will increase thy interest in her and she will remind thee of the mother who bore thee and reared thee.

What thou dost not desire done unto thy wife, children, brothers and sisters, that do not unto the wife, children, brothers and sisters of thy neighbor. When these rules of conduct shall be known to all, the longed-for sun of Liberty shall rise brilliant over this most unhappy portion of the globe and its rays shall diffuse everlasting joy among the confederated brethren of the same rays, the lives of those who have gone before, the fatigues and the well-paid sufferings will remain.

If he who desires to enter the Katipunan has informed himself of all this and believes he will be able to perform what will be his duties, he may fill out the application for admission.


Kartilya ng Katipunan

The Kartilya ng Katipunan The Teachings of the Katipunan Realizing the importance of a primer to indoctrinate the members of the society in its ideals, Jacinto prepared one which he called Kartilla, a word adopted from the Spanish cartilla which at the time meant a primer for grade school students. The Kartilla consisted of thirteen "teachings" which the members of the society were expected to follow. The primer follows: Filipino version from a handout of the Centennial Commission. Strangely, it consisted only of twelve teachings. Kartilya ng Katipunan ni Emilio Jacinto Ang buhay na hindi ginugugol sa isang malaki at banal na kadahilanan ay kahoy na walang lilim, kundi damong makamandag. Ang gawang magaling na nagbuhat sa paghahambog o pagpipita sa sarili, at hindi talagang nasang gumawa ng kagalingan, ay di kabaitan. Ang may mataas na kalooban, inuuna ang puri kaysa pagpipita sa sarili; ang may hamak na kalooban, inuuna ang pagpipita sa sarili kaysa sa puri.


CARP vs. XIII Sec. Prior to this provision, former Pres. However, the program had been excoriated for its failure to completely distribute lands to the beneficiaries within its target completion timeframe of 10 years. It was later extended for another 10 years yet the struggle for genuine agrarian reform continues. Ang Kartilya ng Katipunan Posted by Christian Espinoza On June - 12 - The Revolution of the Katipunan may well have been thwarted by American imperialism at the turn of the 20th century, but it is noteworthy to declare that our people, who at that time were only beginning to form the concept of nationhood, were more than able to organize a revolutionary force that would liberate the entire islands from their Spanish colonizers.


Gonzales, Plata and Diwa were councilors. It was also in when Basa and Diwa organized the provincial council of Cavite, which would later be the most successful council of the society. It was also in when Emilio Jacinto , a nephew of Dizon who was studying law at the University of Santo Tomas , joined the Katipunan. It was written in Tagalog and all recruits were required to commit it to heart before they were initiated. Jacinto would later be called the Brains of the Katipunan. Kalayaan was published through the printing press of the Spanish newspaper Diario de Manila. This printing press and its workers would later play an important role in the outbreak of the revolution.

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