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When I saw the trademark San Miguel Beer bottle in his hand, I realized that it was National Artist Nick Joaquin referring to “Revolt of the Masses” by Teodoro A.
Agoncillo, the standard biography of Andres Bonifacio.
In the popular mind, Andres Bonifacio wears a white camisa de chino and red pants, waves a bolo menacingly and shouts words unfit to print or be repeated by schoolchildren.” He said it again in a belligerent tone that made me look around for an escape route in case of trouble.Why was this rowdy fellow allowed to howl the same question a third time?By giving Bonifacio both weapons, Tolentino left us with a visual riddle.Teodoro Agoncillo said: “Bonifacio never fought with a bolo.
The records repetitiously mention guns and revolvers, but never sabers or bolos.” Bonifacio didn’t wield the iconic bolo, he didn’t wear the white camisa and screaming red pants, he didn’t shout what has come down in history as “El grito de Balintawak” (The Cry of Balintawak), he actually began the revolution in Pugad Lawin, not Balintawak.