While watching the film. I have observed similarities and differences of some scenes from today’s young person. Let’s start discoursing about the similarities. First thing I have observed is the rough intervention given by the colonials to our fellowmen particularly to adult females and kids. They. if non physically. were verbally abused by the Spaniards. I compared it to what’s go oning in our society today and rather noticed a similarity. It is similar in a manner that adult females and kids. even the work forces excessively. are still abused by foreign people and sometimes even our ain people. They besides treat them as slaves. Child labour – coercing bush leagues to work – has been a large issue. Women slavery – handling adult females as slaves. sex slaves to be exact – has been an issue excessively. Nowadays. our people are still abused and these are oftentimes done by those who have the power like politicians and other well-illustrated individuals. They think that with their wealth and place they have the right to ache our fellowmen.
Even a little error or a intuition causes the people who have the power to physically mistreat our fellowmen because for them that’s how they should be treated after what they have done. Following thing I have observed is the racial favoritism. As we have discussed in category. it is one of the immoralities during Rizal’s clip. Filipinos who were flat-nosed and brown-skinned were labeled as “Indios” and the Spaniards being pale-complexioned were termed as “Bangus” or milkfish in English. The Filipinos who were called “Indios” had small privileges unlike the “Milkfish” people who had most of the privileges to themselves.
The Spaniards expression at them like they were every bit bantam as an emmet and they were of no importance to them. Foreign people thought that they were higher-ups against the Filipinos. They criticize them based on how they look and they treat them impolitely based on how ill-mannered their unfavorable judgment on their expressions is. There were different beliefs in anointing functionaries in where Spaniards have believed that Indios have lesser abilities when it comes to regulating.
One of the strengths of Jose Rizal is the incorporation of the characters of Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo in the life of Rizal and of the Filipinos in general. This lone shows that the two books are contemplations of the lives of the Filipinos during the Spanish government. But the idea and baronial thoughts of the book do non merely live in the yesteryear but besides in the present attesting the catholicity and immortality of Rizal’s thoughts.