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Los Hermanos De Libertad (PL 0)

on Sat Feb 10, 2018 3:35 am
The remnants of the independent Filipino government, Los Hermanos De Libertad are a group of terrorists/freedom fighters who battle the Japanese occupation of the Philippines. Using guerrilla tactics they have disrupted the Dome's control of the rural regions of the archipelago yet the puppet government still maintains a strong grasp of the metropolitans areas such as the capital of Manila. Los Hermanos is rumored to be working with the IRC and it is widely believed the IRC is providing them with weaponry. Furthermore, many Taiwanese have joined the rebellion after promises of an independent Taiwan from the Filipino leadership. Los Hermanos is lead by Verano Castillo, a patriotic shipping magnate who had his fleet of cargo vessels retrofitted into a makeshift navy for the rebellion. The key general of Los Hermanos' armed forces is a charismatic peasant general known as Emilio Aguinaldo.


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Re: Los Hermanos De Libertad (PL 0)

on Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:30 pm
Emilio Aguinaldo was once known as merely Emilio. As a pure rural peasant from a small southern village, it is fair to say Emilio came from incredibly humble backgrounds. While he was born under Neo-Tokyan rule Emilio was raised following the traditions of his people. A Spanish-speaking Catholic, Emilio came to bear resentment towards the Japanese regime though for the majority of his adult life he tolerated the puppet government of Manila due to the relative isolation and self-sufficiency of his village. In spite of his tolerance, after the Massacres of Manila in which hundreds of dissenters were rounded up and executed in the city square of the Philippines former capital, Emilio knew that action had to be taken. He began to radicalize the otherwise apathetic and distant peasantry of the Filipino countryside and along with financial support from both the IRC and the independent elites of the Philippines began to wage guerrilla war upon the colonial government. As a reward for his nationalism and a sign of respect the revolutionaries have taken to calling him by the surnameĀ Aguinaldo, comparing him to the leader of the original Filipino revolution of independence. Recently he was captured by the Japanese and shipped to a high-security prison in Neo-Tokyo yet terrorist attacks conducted by his fellow Hermanos created an opening for him to escape.
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