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BAHAY KUBO: The Revolution of Andres Bonifacio in the 21st Century

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Greetings to ABANTE Readers, Philippines-wide: Mindanao, Visayas, Luzon: 7,107 Islands, 42,026 Barangays, 80 Provinces, 140 Cities, 1494 Municipalities; 100+ Million Filipinos, Families and Friends Earth-wide.

Andres Bonifacio led the Revolution against Spain on August 26, 1896, the first in Asia to be freed from the colonial powers. Symbolically, Bonifacio armed with tabak and revolver, the Katipuneros launched the revolution that overthrew the four centuries of European colonial rule.

Even with the Philippine independence and as the Filipinos started self-governance, another imperial power, the United States of America, annexed the Philippines and ruled for 40 years followed by the Japanese occupation for 4 years.

As Filipinos took over self-governance and bureaucratic rule, the economic dominance and control of natural and basic resources have largely been in the control of multinational corporations and their Filipino counterparts.

The Revolution of Andres Bonifacio for the 21st century revolves around the basic issues of poverty, hunger, malnutrition, disease. These are described as mostly starting with letter F: Food, Fuel, Feeds, Farm, Fish, Forest, Fund/Finance, Fraud, Flood, Fire, Fraud, Feud: Family, Faith…

Priority of variety of vegetable food production for daily meals rather than monocrops for export and imports: sugar cane, rice, coconut, pineapple, banana, corn, oil palm, wheat, coffee, cacao, dragon fruit, etc.

1. Adopt & Promote Bahay Kubo as the Original Filipino Micro-Variety, Vertical, Multi-Level Farming System. Unique world-wide with the 18 veggies in the folk song.

2. Establish A One Hectare Model Bahay Kubo Farm/Garden/Park in Every Barangay Nationwide (42,000+) for food, health and livelihood.

a. Presidential Executive Order

b. Directive: Secretary, Dept. of Agriculture

c. Resolution: Local Government Units: Provincial/Congressional/Municipal/Barangay:
d. People’s Mobilization and Participation.

e. Multi-Sectoral: Rural–Urban: Farmers, Fishers, Workers, Women, Indigenous People, Professionals, Students, etc.

f. Age Groups: Children, Youth, Adults, Seniors

g. Students: Bahay Kubo Farm in Every School,
NSTP: National Service Training Program,
ROTC: Reserve Officer Training Corps

h. Bahay Kubo in Every Military Camp:
Agriculturist Unit: Platoon, Company

i. Agricultural N.E.W.S. North East West South Media-Broadcast Radio & TV: Daily-One Hour

j. Conduct Training: Paaralang Bahay Kubo

k. Provision of Seeds, Seedlings, Farm Tools, Implements, Inputs: Fertilizer

l. Establish Market Hubs Bahay Kubo Sari-Sari Store – Shop for Farm Products

The Bahay Kubo proposes the formation of BAHAY KUBO FARMS: ARMS: ARMY : FARMS: F: Filipino A: Agriculture R: Revolutionary M: Movement of S: Sectors; ARMS: A: Agriculture R: Radical M: Movement of S: Students; ARMY: A: Agriculture R: Reformation M: Movement of the Y: Youth

1. Adopt & Promote Bahay Kubo as the Original Filipino Micro-Variety, Vertical, Multi-Level Farming System. Unique world-wide with the 18 veggies in the folk song.

2. Establish A One Hectare Model Bahay Kubo Farm/Garden/Park in Every Barangay Nationwide (42,000+) for food, health and livelihood.

a. Presidential Executive Order

b. Directive: Secretary, Department. of Agriculture

c. Resolution: Local Government Units: Provincial/Congressional/Municipal/Barangay:
d. People’s Mobilization and Participation.

e. Multi-Sectoral: Rural–Urban: Farmers, Fishers, Workers, Women, Indigenous People, Professionals, Students, etc.

f. Age Groups: Children, Youth, Adults, Seniors

g. Students: Bahay Kubo Farm in Every School, NSTP: National Service Training Program,/ROTC: Reserve Officer Training Corps

h. Bahay Kubo in Every Military Camp:/Agriculturist Unit: Platoon, Company

i. Agricultural N.E.W.S. North East West South Media-Broadcast Radio & TV: Daily-One Hour

j. Conduct Training: Paaralang Bahay Kubo
k. Provision of Seeds, Seedlings, Farm Tools, Implements, Inputs: Fertilizer
l. Establish Market Hubs Bahay Kubo Sari-Sari Store – Shop for Farm Products

For more information, contact: Bahay Kubo Global System, Inc, Dr. Jose Pepito Manansala Cunanan, Phone: Smart 0919-9923630; pepz2002@yahoo.com; pcunanan@gmail.com; Facebook: Jose Pepito Cunanan; Emmanuel Argamosa 0908 881 9906 NetSquare 3rd Avenue cor. 28th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig emargamosa@yahoo.com Anselmo ‘Moi’ Garcia 0908 535 9645, moi.garcia@gmail.com; Dr. Venerando Catarroja 09995016273: venerando.catarroja@yahoo.com; Dr. Mel Catarroja; Alonita Doctor nitesdr@gmail.com; nitesdr@yahoo.com, Marian Fernando; Tita Laraya, Limuel Alegario lalegario@yahoo.com; , Mar Sajorda marsajorda@yahoo.com; Dan Ricohermoso 0908 216 5916 dan7riches@yahoo.com;

JUMSA Peace & Development Foundation Inc. & Jumsa Trading Corporation Inc. Princess Jum Unga Angel 0949 596 0803 Main Office: Lampaya, Talipao, Jolo, Sulu jumsafoundation@yahoo.com; Radzma Angel 0998 245 6631. www:jumsa.foundation.com; Mabolo, Pagrai, 5 Antipolo City;

Nature’s Thrive: Davao City: Maritess Campomanes Gacotano Alaba, 0907 9951008 naturesthrive@gmail.com.

Tulay ng Buhay at Pagasa Foundation Inc. Hanbi ICT Center, C-3, Navotas City, 02 351 2384, tulay@hanmail.net; Dyce Gonzales; Nestor Valfongo 0939 480 9419.

C3: Corinthian Coffee Clutch, Corinthian Plaza, Paseo de Roxas, Makati City: Ike Seneres iseneres@yahoo.com; Elmer Robles kingflute@pop.network; Jose Z. Osias jzosias@gmail.com; Patrick Pineda pspineda13@gmail.com; Virgilio V. Leyretana, Sr. vley_martelli@yahoo.com; martelli_ri@yahoo.com; Noly G. Daculan nolyd@hotmail.com; noly.daculan@realistic.ph.

Jose Pepito Manansala Cunanan