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    EXCERPT: The Reality of the Nonexistent Filipino Identity | Podcast Historias with Alphecca Perpetua

    EXCERPT: The Reality of the Nonexistent Filipino Identity | Podcast Historias with Alphecca Perpetua

    Podcast Producer Alphecca Perpetua shares her sentiments on the reality of the nonexistent Filipino identity dating back to the three principal peoples of pre-historic and ancient Philippines: the Negritos, the Malays, and the Indones, who already greatly differ in phenotypes; from skin color to survival behaviour. On the other hand, Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes paralleled the ideology of "The China Man" being well-grounded to their Chinese identity and ancestry, same as Jewish communities, while modern-day Filipinos would easily adapt to different cultures and practices. And also the supposed issue behind Andrés Bonifacio's scheme to use José Rizal's name during KKK meetings that led to the latter's eventual demise. In other words, "Why, Andrés? Why!"

    ABOUT THE EPISODE

    "The Reality of the Nonexistent Filipino Identity" • CORTZ UNCUT: The 124th Philippine Independence Day Special • Season 3, Episode 33, Rated-PG13 • 69 Questions with #CORTZ

    Sponsored by Studio Historias, a production service for podcasts, radio, and other online shows. Go to https://about.studiohistorias.com to learn more.

    ABOUT THE GUEST

    AMIEL "Cortz" CORTES is a Cebu-based Historical Researcher & Consultant. He graduated with a degree in AB History at the University of San Carlos, Philippines in 2015, and worked as a Program Officer for Research at the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation where he contributed as a Principal Researcher, Indexer, Editorial Assistant, and Field Researcher for various local and regional events, exhibits, academic publications, and other projects.

    ABOUT THE HOST

    ALPHECCA PERPETUA is a KBP-accredited radio broadcaster who executively produces podcasts, radio, and other online shows. An undergraduate student for the Marine Biology program at the University of San Carlos in 2004, she shifted focus and specialization to radio presenting and audio production for both Contemporary-Hit and Rock Radio format treatments as well as live-events hosting starting late 2005.

    In 2008, she was among the chosen national top 80 participants for I-Witness's first docufest, an award-winning PH documentary TV show for GMA-7 News TV and GMA broadcast network.

    Today, she continues to develop and co-produce global TOP-100 podcast shows; including the seasonal Cebu-based show for Comedy Talk & Interviews, "Podcast Historias".

    ABOUT THE SHOW

    Podcast Historias with @alpheccaperpetua • Presented/Hosted by Alphecca Perpetua • Arranged, Mixed, and Mastered by Alphecca Perpetua • Produced by Alphecca Perpetua & Brent Kohnan • Distributed by Studio Historias • about.studiohistorias.com • Cebu, Philippines 6000 • All Rights Reserved © 2022

    DISCLAIMER

    The assumptions, views, opinions, and insinuations made by the host and guests do not reflect those of the show, the management, and the companies affiliated.

    A few information in this podcast episode may contain errors or inaccuracies; we do not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the content.

    If you think you own the rights to any of the material used and wish for the material not be used, please contact Studio Historias via email at askstudiohistorias@gmail.com.

    • 10 min
    EXCERPT: The Missing Irony, Philippine Revolutions & its Election Results | Podcast Historias

    EXCERPT: The Missing Irony, Philippine Revolutions & its Election Results | Podcast Historias

    Podcast Producer Alphecca Perpetua asked Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes if the 1986 EDSA Revolution and the 2022 Philippine Elections results were both contrasting historical events, and found that the two weren't as different and weren't as ironic from 16th to 19th-century Las Islas Filipinas after all; with cities, municipalities, and towns still ruled and governed by the same Principalía (or ruling Mestizo Class) now simply known as the "Politician-Elect".

    He added, "I was using these families as examples that not much has changed in the Philippine society since the Spanish period. How our society is run is simply dictated by the choices of a very few wealthy elite families. The Principalía of the 1800s pretty much dictated how their local communities were governed. Fast forward to today, we are still slaves to the choices of a few wealthy families who may or may not come from the Principalía of old. This idea came from Alfred McCoy in his book, 'An Anarchy of Families: State and Family in the Philippines.' A must-read especially in these [trying] times."

    ABOUT THE EPISODE

    "The Missing Irony: Philippine Revolutions & its Elections Results" • CORTZ UNCUT: The 124th Philippine Independence Day Special • Season 3, Episode 33, Rated-PG13 • 69 Questions with #CORTZ

    Sponsored by Studio Historias, a production service for podcasts, radio, and other online shows. Go to https://about.studiohistorias.com to learn more.

    ABOUT THE GUEST

    AMIEL "Cortz" CORTES is a Cebu-based Historical Researcher & Consultant. He graduated with a degree in AB History at the University of San Carlos, Philippines in 2015, and worked as a Program Officer for Research at the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation where he contributed as a Principal Researcher, Indexer, Editorial Assistant, and Field Researcher for various local and regional events, exhibits, academic publications, and other projects.

    ABOUT THE HOST

    ALPHECCA PERPETUA is a KBP-accredited radio broadcaster who executively produces podcasts, radio, and other online shows. An undergraduate student for the Marine Biology program at the University of San Carlos in 2004, she shifted focus and specialization to radio presenting and audio production for both Contemporary-Hit and Rock Radio format treatments as well as live-events hosting starting late 2005.

    In 2008, she was among the chosen national top 80 participants for I-Witness's first docufest, an award-winning PH documentary TV show for GMA-7 News TV and GMA broadcast network.

    Today, she continues to develop and co-produce global TOP-100 podcast shows; including the seasonal Cebu-based show for Comedy Talk & Interviews, "Podcast Historias".

    ABOUT THE SHOW

    Podcast Historias with @alpheccaperpetua • Presented/Hosted by Alphecca Perpetua • Arranged, Mixed, and Mastered by Alphecca Perpetua • Produced by Alphecca Perpetua & Brent Kohnan • Distributed by Studio Historias • about.studiohistorias.com • Cebu, Philippines 6000 • All Rights Reserved © 2022

    DISCLAIMER

    The assumptions, views, opinions, and insinuations made by the host and guests do not reflect those of the show, the management, and the companies affiliated.

    A few information in this podcast episode may contain errors or inaccuracies; we do not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the content.

    If you think you own the rights to any of the material used and wish for the material not be used, please contact Studio Historias via email at askstudiohistorias@gmail.com.

    • 5 min
    EXCERPT: The 1986 EDSA Revolution & the Cebu City Hideout | Podcast Historias

    EXCERPT: The 1986 EDSA Revolution & the Cebu City Hideout | Podcast Historias

    Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes compared the similarities of the 1986 EDSA Revolution and the 1896 Philippine Revolution with the deaths of Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr. José Rizal as major catalysts paired with ongoing abuse and violence experienced all throughout the nation; pinpointing the idea of liberty already embedded within the general populace's minds. All the while recounting the military alertness and activity after receiving news of the bereaved Aquino family's hideout within Cebu City grounds.

    ABOUT THE EPISODE

    "The 1986 EDSA Revolution & the Cebu City Hideout" • CORTZ UNCUT: The 124th Philippine Independence Day Special • Season 3, Episode 33, Rated-PG13 • 69 Questions with #CORTZ

    Sponsored by Studio Historias, a production service for podcasts, radio, and other online shows. Go to https://about.studiohistorias.com to learn more.

    ABOUT THE GUEST

    AMIEL "Cortz" CORTES is a Cebu-based Historical Researcher & Consultant. He graduated with a degree in AB History at the University of San Carlos, Philippines in 2015, and worked as a Program Officer for Research at the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation where he contributed as a Principal Researcher, Indexer, Editorial Assistant, and Field Researcher for various local and regional events, exhibits, academic publications, and other projects.

    ABOUT THE HOST

    ALPHECCA PERPETUA is a KBP-accredited radio broadcaster who executively produces podcasts, radio, and other online shows. An undergraduate student for the Marine Biology program at the University of San Carlos in 2004, she shifted focus and specialization to radio presenting and audio production for both Contemporary-Hit and Rock Radio format treatments as well as live-events hosting starting late 2005.

    In 2008, she was among the chosen national top 80 participants for I-Witness's first docufest, an award-winning PH documentary TV show for GMA-7 News TV and GMA broadcast network.

    Today, she continues to develop and co-produce global TOP-100 podcast shows; including the seasonal Cebu-based show for Comedy Talk & Interviews, "Podcast Historias".

    ABOUT THE SHOW

    Podcast Historias with @alpheccaperpetua • Presented/Hosted by Alphecca Perpetua • Arranged, Mixed, and Mastered by Alphecca Perpetua • Produced by Alphecca Perpetua & Brent Kohnan • Distributed by Studio Historias • about.studiohistorias.com • Cebu, Philippines 6000 • All Rights Reserved © 2022

    DISCLAIMER

    The assumptions, views, opinions, and insinuations made by the host and guests do not reflect those of the show, the management, and the companies affiliated.

    A few information in this podcast episode may contain errors or inaccuracies; we do not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the content.

    If you think you own the rights to any of the material used and wish for the material not be used, please contact Studio Historias via email at askstudiohistorias@gmail.com.

    • 8 min
    EXCERPT: Cebu City, Pyramid Schemes & the Battle of Tres de Abril | Podcast Historias

    EXCERPT: Cebu City, Pyramid Schemes & the Battle of Tres de Abril | Podcast Historias

    Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes claimed that the not-so-secret society KKK was the original "Pyramid Scheme" in the Philippines due to the nature of its fractal recruitment style of triangle system and grades. And while heavily stationed in the Luzon-Manila area, the KKK started recruiting members in the Visayas region; primarily around the Iloilo and Negros area due to the Mestizo's wealthy network and connections brought by large profits of estates and plantations, which eventually led to the recruitment of Hiligaynon revolutionary leader Lt.-Gen Pantaleón "León Kilat" Villegas to spread word of an upcoming rebellion on the highly urbanized Cebuano shores that would soon be known as the bloody battle of Tres de Abril.

    ABOUT THE EPISODE

    "Pyramid Schemes and the Battle of Tres de Abril" • CORTZ UNCUT: The 124th Philippine Independence Day Special • Season 3, Episode 33, Rated-PG13 • 69 Questions with #CORTZ

    Sponsored by Studio Historias, a production service for podcasts, radio, and other online shows. Go to https://about.studiohistorias.com to learn more.

    ABOUT THE GUEST

    AMIEL "Cortz" CORTES is a Cebu-based Historical Researcher & Consultant. He graduated with a degree in AB History at the University of San Carlos, Philippines in 2015, and worked as a Program Officer for Research at the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation where he contributed as a Principal Researcher, Indexer, Editorial Assistant, and Field Researcher for various local and regional events, exhibits, academic publications, and other projects.

    ABOUT THE HOST

    ALPHECCA PERPETUA is a KBP-accredited radio broadcaster who executively produces podcasts, radio, and other online shows. An undergraduate student for the Marine Biology program at the University of San Carlos in 2004, she shifted focus and specialization to radio presenting and audio production for both Contemporary-Hit and Rock Radio format treatments as well as live-events hosting starting late 2005.

    In 2008, she was among the chosen national top 80 participants for I-Witness's first docufest, an award-winning PH documentary TV show for GMA-7 News TV and GMA broadcast network.

    Today, she continues to develop and co-produce global TOP-100 podcast shows; including the seasonal Cebu-based show for Comedy Talk & Interviews, "Podcast Historias".

    ABOUT THE SHOW

    Podcast Historias with @alpheccaperpetua • Presented/Hosted by Alphecca Perpetua • Arranged, Mixed, and Mastered by Alphecca Perpetua • Produced by Alphecca Perpetua & Brent Kohnan • Distributed by Studio Historias • about.studiohistorias.com • Cebu, Philippines 6000 • All Rights Reserved © 2022

    DISCLAIMER

    The assumptions, views, opinions, and insinuations made by the host and guests do not reflect those of the show, the management, and the companies affiliated.

    A few information in this podcast episode may contain errors or inaccuracies; we do not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the content.

    If you think you own the rights to any of the material used and wish for the material not be used, please contact Studio Historias via email at askstudiohistorias@gmail.com.

    • 15 min
    EXCERPT: The 1898 Philippine Revolution, Winning Battles of a Still Ongoing War | Podcast Historias

    EXCERPT: The 1898 Philippine Revolution, Winning Battles of a Still Ongoing War | Podcast Historias

    Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes debunks another popular belief that the KKK, a Philippine revolutionary secret society, was a peasant revolution. Instead, he emphasizes that it was mostly led by fellow Mestizos and other wealthy individuals; that most—if not all—"true peasants and indios" were minding their own businesses: fishing, farming, and gossiping. Although, the general populace already had the idea of a lingering independence fight as news about the Mexican War of Independence had earlier reached the Philippine shores.

    ABOUT THE EPISODE

    "The 1898 Philippine Revolution: Winning Battles of a Still Ongoing War" • CORTZ UNCUT: The 124th Philippine Independence Day Special • Season 3, Episode 33, Rated-PG13 • 69 Questions with #CORTZ

    Sponsored by Studio Historias, a production service for podcasts, radio, and other online shows. Go to https://about.studiohistorias.com to learn more.

    ABOUT THE GUEST

    AMIEL "Cortz" CORTES is a Cebu-based Historical Researcher & Consultant. He graduated with a degree in AB History at the University of San Carlos, Philippines in 2015, and worked as a Program Officer for Research at the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation where he contributed as a Principal Researcher, Indexer, Editorial Assistant, and Field Researcher for various local and regional events, exhibits, academic publications, and other projects.

    ABOUT THE HOST

    ALPHECCA PERPETUA is a KBP-accredited radio broadcaster who executively produces podcasts, radio, and other online shows. An undergraduate student for the Marine Biology program at the University of San Carlos in 2004, she shifted focus and specialization to radio presenting and audio production for both Contemporary-Hit and Rock Radio format treatments as well as live-events hosting starting late 2005.

    In 2008, she was among the chosen national top 80 participants for I-Witness's first docufest, an award-winning PH documentary TV show for GMA-7 News TV and GMA broadcast network.

    Today, she continues to develop and co-produce global TOP-100 podcast shows; including the seasonal Cebu-based show for Comedy Talk & Interviews, "Podcast Historias".

    ABOUT THE SHOW

    Podcast Historias with @alpheccaperpetua • Presented/Hosted by Alphecca Perpetua • Arranged, Mixed, and Mastered by Alphecca Perpetua • Produced by Alphecca Perpetua & Brent Kohnan • Distributed by Studio Historias • about.studiohistorias.com • Cebu, Philippines 6000 • All Rights Reserved © 2022

    DISCLAIMER

    The assumptions, views, opinions, and insinuations made by the host and guests do not reflect those of the show, the management, and the companies affiliated.

    A few information in this podcast episode may contain errors or inaccuracies; we do not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the content.

    If you think you own the rights to any of the material used and wish for the material not be used, please contact Studio Historias via email at askstudiohistorias@gmail.com.

    • 10 min
    EXCERPT: Meet the 19th-Century 'Woke' Mestizo Filipino Influencers | Podcast Historias

    EXCERPT: Meet the 19th-Century 'Woke' Mestizo Filipino Influencers | Podcast Historias

    In this Episode 33 excerpt, Resident Historian Amiel "Cortz" Cortes sums up how Filipino Mestizo writer José Rizal was the ultimate 1898 Philippine Revolution catalyst; along with fellow Mestizo boys Andrés Bonifacio, Antonio Luna, Emilio Aguinaldo, Apolinario Mabini, and more. He also discussed how the Principalía—the noble, elite, or pseudo-royalty & wealthy mestizo class—played a huge role in both the rise and fall of 19th-Century Hispanic Philippines.

    ABOUT THE EPISODE

    "Meet the 19th-Century 'Woke' Mestizo Filipino Influencers" • CORTZ UNCUT: The 124th Philippine Independence Day Special • Season 3, Episode 33, Rated-PG13 • 69 Questions with #CORTZ

    Sponsored by Studio Historias, a production service for podcasts, radio, and other online shows. Go to https://about.studiohistorias.com to learn more.

    ABOUT THE GUEST

    AMIEL "Cortz" CORTES is a Cebu-based Historical Researcher & Consultant. He graduated with a degree in AB History at the University of San Carlos, Philippines in 2015, and worked as a Program Officer for Research at the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation where he contributed as a Principal Researcher, Indexer, Editorial Assistant, and Field Researcher for various local and regional events, exhibits, academic publications, and other projects.

    ABOUT THE HOST

    ALPHECCA PERPETUA is a KBP-accredited radio broadcaster who executively produces podcasts, radio, and other online shows. An undergraduate student for the Marine Biology program at the University of San Carlos in 2004, she shifted focus and specialization to radio presenting and audio production for both Contemporary-Hit and Rock Radio format treatments as well as live-events hosting starting late 2005.

    In 2008, she was among the chosen national top 80 participants for I-Witness's first docufest, an award-winning PH documentary TV show for GMA-7 News TV and GMA broadcast network.

    Today, she continues to develop and co-produce global TOP-100 podcast shows; including the seasonal Cebu-based show for Comedy Talk & Interviews, "Podcast Historias".

    ABOUT THE SHOW

    Podcast Historias with @alpheccaperpetua • Presented/Hosted by Alphecca Perpetua • Arranged, Mixed, and Mastered by Alphecca Perpetua • Produced by Alphecca Perpetua & Brent Kohnan • Distributed by Studio Historias • about.studiohistorias.com • Cebu, Philippines 6000 • All Rights Reserved © 2022

    DISCLAIMER

    The assumptions, views, opinions, and insinuations made by the host and guests do not reflect those of the show, the management, and the companies affiliated.

    A few information in this podcast episode may contain errors or inaccuracies; we do not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the content.

    If you think you own the rights to any of the material used and wish for the material not be used, please contact Studio Historias via email at askstudiohistorias@gmail.com.

    • 15 min

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