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On September 8, , Executive Order No. The deadline for disarmament was December 1, Resistance to disarmament was particularly fierce in the district of Jolo and led to the Second Battle of Bud Dajo which, while involving roughly equivalent forces as the first battle, was far less bloody causing only 12 Moro casualties [71] , and the Battle of Bud Bagsak. By , Pershing agreed that the Moro Province needed to transition to civil government. This was prompted by the Moro's personalistic approach to government, which was based on personal ties rather than a respect for an abstract office.

To the Moros, a change of administration meant not just a change in leadership but a change in regime, and was a traumatic experience. Rotation within the military meant that each military governor could serve only for a limited time. Civil governors were needed in order to provide for a lengthy tenure in office. Until , every district governor and secretary had been a military officer. By November , only one officer still held a civil office — Pershing himself. During the Moro Rebellion, the Americans suffered losses amounting to killed and wounded.

Another or so died of disease. The Philippine Constabulary suffered heavily as well with more than 1, losses sustained of which half were fatalities. On the Moro side, casualties were high as surrender was uncommon when Moros were engaged in combat. Aftermath of the First Battle of Bud Dajo. In the Moro Rebellion, Moro Muslim Juramentados in suicide attacks continued to charge against American soldiers even after being shot. Panglima Hassan in the Hassan uprising was shot dozens of times before he went down. As a result, Americans elected to phase out revolvers with.

Suicide attacks became more popular among Moros due to the overwhelming firepower of the Americans in conventional battles. The Moros used barongs to inflict injuries upon American soldiers.

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He ordered his officers to gather in Jolo. Duncan with about officers and men from the 6th and 19th infantry, the 4th Cavalry, the 28th Artillery Battery, the Sulu Constabulary and sailors from the gunboat Pampanga, armed with mountain guns, rifles, bayonets, fast-firing pistols and grenades launched the assault on March 5. The thousand or so Moro men, women and children were armed with kris, barungs and spears. By March 7, the smoke of battle had cleared. The people in the crater fought bravely, to the last Moro.

There were no survivors. It was a complete massacre. The Americans lost two dozen men and some seventy wounded. Wood reported to the Secretary of War the success of his mission. According to his report, the Moros lost men, women and children while the US lost only 18 men and 52 wounded. But there were protests. Wood dedicated an emotional poem to the President, the Congress and to General Wood. The poem starts with :. In the US Congress, Rep. Williams read a satirical poem adapted from Charge of the Light Brigade :.

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Notify me of new posts via email. Was that the intention? Britain ceded them to Spain before the Spanish-American war, but the Sulu islanders have never accepted this. Like Liked by 1 person. No clear-cut criteria defines when a mass killing is a massacre.

I cannot find it online. Can we get a copy? Can someone share it? You have implied in many of your posts that you are highly educated. First year university students quickly realise that using Wikipedia as a reference is one of the fastest ways to fail an assignment. Also, if you were as clever as you think you are you would have pulled Abagond up on his misquote of Mark Twain.

In fact, Mark Twain while extremely racist in the way he talked about the victims was scathing in his criticism of the American troops who perpetrated the massacre:. So there you go Da Jokah. A white, American man with racist views thought that the Moro killings were an atrocity. I thought that would make it clear he was being sarcastic.

Make it clear? Not really. I think I can safely say that King will consider your comment to Jokah a thing of beauty. You killed it! I admit, that completely ran right past me. Until we delved into it, I and wordynerdygirl would believe that your quote implied that Twain supported the massacre. That was certainly the impression I got by the wording used. The disconnect happened because the reader might not automatically know that the next statement would be a satirical one. Sorry, now I can see what you doing with your reference to Twain being a satirist.

I think the post is great of course but maybe a tiny bit of extra context would help. Sarcasm is a sour jab at something, often petty. Instead, what you have written is bitterly ironic — language used for emphasis that normally signifies the opposite. On a subject like this that I know practically nothing about, theses facts are all the more sobering for the great irony of your language. The meaning is certainly clearer, though. Abagond should mean what he wants it to mean. I know Bulanik wants me to stop.

This is not so everywhere English is the first language. Irony is far more impersonal, not meant as a dig — and also more flexible. I agree it kills the irony. I liked my original much better — but what good is that if people are not getting it? Your edit is pretty much what I said to start with. I understand now why you and others have to point out what you doing in your writing. Pretty racist if you ask me. Cultural and political tension between the Hutu and Tutsi? Read about the German, then Belgium colonizations and how their imposed racial philosophies primed Rwanda for genocide.

Can someone explain to me how a post about Leonard Wood equals condemning white people? I ask this because this is the second time I have read where someone gaylord came to that conclusion. It is really a strange phenomenon, but it seems to occur a lot. There are only a few whites whose behaviors one can condemn eg, Hitler without these critters crawling out. I did a post on John Brown : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to fight for equal rights?

I did a post on St Francis of Assisi : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to be saints? I did a post on Sophia Loren : Does that mean I praise white women to be full of the tendency to be beauties? I did a post on Leonardo da Vinci : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to be artistic geniuses? I did a post on Galileo : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to be scientific geniuses?

I did a post on Thomas Aquinas : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to philosophize? I did a post on Charles Lyell : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to make advances in geology? I did a post on Nathaniel Wyeth : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to invent? I did a post on Steve Jobs : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to be entrepreneurs?

I did a post on Jonathan Ive : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to do industrial design? I did a post on Aldus Manutius : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to print books? I did a post on Stanley Kubrick : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to direct films? I did a post on how George Orwell made a cup of tea : Does that mean I praise white people to be full of the tendency to make cups of tea? It is however, to this guys paranoid way of thinking.

If you are not kissing white behind and telling them, heck, thanking them fro their help, then the flip the script and voila, you are the racist. A neat trick. King I realize that; however, it was still the Africans that carried out the genocide. As for everyone else, it is heavily implied in this post that murder and killing is held in good opinion to the majority of whites. The point is not to absolve Rwandans os any I guilt at all.

It was simply to point out that your original statement,. He could make a post on those individuals, but it would not set aside your misinterpretation of this post and others. One white man does not equal ALL white people and the wrongs of one white man does not equal the wrongs of ALL white people. As Jefe and Herneith pointed our. Just your white guilt and need to protect the white image talking. It was meant to be unreasonable.

Using a white led genocide to imply that white people have murderous tendencies is the same thing as using a black led genocide to imply that black people have murderous tendencies. Doing either of those things is ridiculous.