Silent Revolt mk2

Discussion in 'Alternate History Discussion: Before 1900' started by kasumigenx, Sep 11, 2019 at 6:29 PM.

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  1. Threadmarks: Infidel Recovery

    kasumigenx Well-Known Member

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    A Silent Revolt – MK2


    Infidel Recovery

    On the mid 18th century after the famine in the late 17th century and the eruption of Taal, the Pagan and Crypto Muslim populations in Luzon would start to flourish again, the Gaddangs would be said to dominate the Upper Reaches of the Cagayan and Pampanga river watersheds.

    The Taal volcano would spew Ash on the lands of Kumintang destroying the ports of Kumintang and the Pansipit.

    The Spanish would not feel the death toll of their loyal supporters on the Island, the Pagans would recover from the famine in the 17th to early 18th century and the Spanish would not know what would happen with the land that they are in until it was too late, the Pagans don’t acknowledge the Spanish.

    The native ethnic group of Bulacan would recover from the 17th-century famine and they would remain a separate group from Kapampangans, they are known as Bulacan or the Tagarugs.

    On Kumintang repeated revolts would happen and there would be both Crypto Muslim population in Kumintang which would recover from the Famine and they would recover and are still existing in the present day.

    During that time the Spanish under Charles III would have issues against Napoleon as Napoleon would have tried to attack Spain, the Spanish led by Charles III would not seem to notice that parts of Luzon that they are occupying are now lessen in the Northern half of that Island, the Spanish would have issues in the South but they would have issues in the North as well.
     
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  2. Threadmarks: The Decay

    kasumigenx Well-Known Member

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    The Decay

    On the late 18th century the Spanish rule in the areas not really loyal to the Spanish in the Northern half of Luzon would break little by little and the people of Luzon or Saludong would start to find their identity, however, the Macabebeans and Ilocanos would be loyal to the Spanish, however, their population would gradually decrease due to the skirmishes and famines in the area where they live.

    Despite both the Ibanags, Sambals, Irraya, Pangasinense and Bulacan who are the catholics would recover from the 17th century famine and never experience the 18th-19th century famine but they would be prove to be not to be really pro-Spanish and willing to defect away as well as the Crypto Muslims like the Kumintang Crypto Muslims and it never helped that the people of Kumintang hated the Spanish as well.

    On the that 1810s on the last point of the Spanish rule the revolt of Novales in Manila and the Minor Basi revolt in the Ilocos would be both hated by both the Pagans and the Spanish and none of them would support them which would cause these revolts to have no support as these both revolts are both against the Spanish and against the Pagans.

    A tobacco monopoly in the Philippine islands during the Spanish era would established by Governor-General José Basco y Vargas on March 1, 1782 with the aim of increasing government revenue. Spearheaded by the Sociedad Económica de los Amigos del País (Economic Societies of Friends of the Country), tobacco was cultivated under strict government control.

    The tobacco farmers were given quotas each year and the entire crop was then bought by the government. The tobacco leaves were then brought to Manila and made into cigars and cigarettes in government-owned factories, however the Pagans would multiply in Cagayan valley and the resistant population preventing the Spanish from taking advantage of Cagayan Valley, causing the Tabacco Monopoly to be confined in the Ilocos Provinces and Mariduque, and the Tabacco Monopoly in Ilocos would succeed there and the Spanish would gradually abandon Luzon with the exception of Manila, Macabebe and Ilocos and the other Christians would gradually loosen their ties to the Catholic Church this situation would gradually lead the Spanish to sell the island to the British East India Company during the reign of George IV in 1820.
     
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  3. Threadmarks: Princess Charlotte

    kasumigenx Well-Known Member

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    Princess Charlotte

    At nine o’clock in the evening of November 5, 1817, Charlotte would give birth to a healthy boy, she would name as Edward, who would be the next King of England after the reign of Charlotte, Edward is a bouncing baby boy that she would have adored, Princess Charlotte would have seen the purchase of the land of Luzon to the British crown from the Spanish in exchange of 1 million pounds and also the condition that the British would help the Spanish in regaining the Spice Islands in the south of the Philippines, Princess Charlotte would further give birth to more children, namely, Victoria (May 10, 1819), Edward (May 10, 1822), Catherine (May 10, 1530) and Leopold.

    Princess Charlotte as she had started her reign in the British Empire as Charlotte I and on 1822 at the death of her father George IV ending the fourth Georgian Era beginning the third Caroline Era or her name , she would notice the lands in the British East India and she would be a great queen of an empire where the sun would never set and she would have new era of the British Empire and she would have been a good Queen playing as a spider in the continental affairs.
     
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