Thousands of devotees join massive Black Nazarene procession in the Philippines – Manila Video



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More than 600 people were left injured as hundreds of thousands of devotees attended the ‘Traslacion’ procession of the Black Nazarene in Manila on Wednesday.

Close to 800,000 worshippers attended this year’s procession with many flinging themselves at the black statue of Jesus Christ for its believed healing powers.

The statue is paraded through the city every year in one of the most-attended religious gatherings of the Catholic church.

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  1. And I am not blacklisted to return to Indonesia, the immigration officer said that I can come again after 6 months. And I don't want to meddle in the presidential election, hopefully when I return again and they will let me be myself and the government and universities will support me to complete my product research. They are deceived by 4G technology and this time they will listen to me if they want to export 5G antenna.

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  2. You can have your black nazarene, I want Lalan who can be god-sent. Living God is in the people who will conquer their fear and find out the truth and experience the words of Living God, which is Shabda in Hinduism.

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  3. Is Middle-East part of Europe or Asia? So Jesus Christ was Asian and which religious belief can influenced Jesus in his times, there were Hinduism and Buddhism, the reason he was mocking the pharisees for their hypocrisy. Such as Siddharta was mocking the yogis for their wrong purpose and wrong method of achieving enlightenment.

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  4. Jesus Christ was Asian, not from the continent of Europe or Africa. Be logical and rational with your foolish claims of black and white Jesus Christ. So, if you are already confused with so many information, be the Christ (Savior) of yourself.

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  5. Anti-Christ will deceive you -> Anti-Savior? There are too many marketing person in religion and politics.

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  6. I am respecting your chosen path, am I selling you another religion and new church? No, I will let you be. We will be rewarded in the end before we die.

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  7. To me i see people in unity..to see an almost million people gathers and walk together in peace..without bombs and guns is a nice sight to see..

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  8. My goal before I die is create a teleportation portal to ascend in my ancestral heavenly realm. So, scientific progression is my concentration and I considered a lot of pettiness in the world that I don't want to partake in drunkeness because of wealth and power.

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  9. And when I leave this country again, you will feel the difference of energy in nature like they do in Bali and Indonesia.

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  10. Damn even they want to come to America????

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  11. It’s just a statue poor people poor soles for they are lost . There’s only one true god Allah subhanahu wa talla .

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  12. Mas lalo natin kelangan mag focus sa edukasyon.

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  13. They should remove Christianity as the state religion and step away from the corrupt pedophile Catholics and money

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  14. These are the types of problems that Pres. Duterte inherited…

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  15. Stupid, forget healing, the news says 600 have been injured ?

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  16. Oh look, the democrat candidates are in the philipines

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  17. Some commentary would be nice

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  18. Ye all who comment negatively against the Filipinos Devotion to Nazareno manifests your illiteracy, we only do this because we have our commitment (Panata) to the Black Nazarene. God even didn't forbid to use statues, even today, even the relics of the saints. So why bother us Filipinos to comment against Nazareno traslacion? Go to our country to celebrate traslacion with open mind and see it for yourself.

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  19. Logical thinking human sees crowd: "I'm going home, too many people." Religious fanatic human sees crowd: "Definitely jumping into this pit of a stampede to get crushed!"

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  20. The black Jesus statue is a false Christ of the pagan catholic church , obviously all these people seek healing from a statue and idolatry instead of Christ Jesus Himself but its always easier to lead a sinfull life and once a year come touch a wooden statue hoping to get healed , but they are all deluding themselves

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  21. I thought Pilipino people were Smart smh

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  22. If they truly want to do this, let them.

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  23. Astounding but no longer new, it will always seem 'bullying' or even denigrating for any outsider to criticize some country they barely know about. Educating oneself about history cures this illness. Sure, you can be a (((racist))) or a prick somewhere else online, but learning something new shouldn't be a hard task for any users viewing this video or the comment section. Here's my very amateur analysis of why Filipinos never move forward:

    The Spanish colonization taught the Filipino people wrong about religion. Religion was used pretty much as an oppression tool around to keep the Filipinos in line to their rule. There is also the fact that Spaniards used regionalism to put the whole nation in a divide status, much worse than the tribal society even before the Spaniards came. Jose Rizal pointed out the cancerous Spanish system through his two novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Spanish friars were too butthurt to learn of his novels for pointing out their flaws in their rule.

    A simple summary of Spanish rule in the Philippines would be simply put off as the local Filipino being the 'inferior' while them (Spaniards) as the superior beings. This mentality is still carried to this day, colonial mentality.

    The absence of the concept of 'Separation of Church and State' can be easily be identified that Spanish colonization in the Philippines has both Church and State combined. Even to this date, the 'Church', whether be Catholic or some off-shoot spin-off Catholicism, still has their grips in the government.

    Many ills of the Filipino people cannot be blamed simply on adhering to the Catholic religion alone. Filipinos seem to carry the traits they inherited from the failure of the Spaniards. But since the Philippines has been colonized a few times, the mixing of traits learned from their master rulers and add the 'colonial mentality' which is rampant in the country, may have something to do as to why Filipinos never move forward, like think for themselves.

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  24. Catholic din ako
    But i always believe that God’s miracles are given straight fr Him and not thru the Black Nazarene Statue.
    It pains me to see this large number of believers, and I always ask why the vVatican allow this?

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  25. Wonderful to see people trample one another over idols. I wonder why the Catholic church is the largest pedophile ring the world's has ever seen?

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  26. good to see asian catholics celebrating instead our european gay parades

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  27. Definitely NOT made in China. Lol

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  28. Sa mga pari ito bsahin nyo ha? Sa biblia nka sulat ito Due 5:7

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  29. it looks like a swarm of zergling…

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  30. FILIPINOS JUST PRAY ALONE..NOT BY IDOLTARY..ITS NONSENSE..

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  31. Isaiah 42:8
    English Standard Version (ESV)

    8 I am the Lord; that is my name; my glory I give to no other, nor my praise to carved idols.

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  32. i hope the BLACK NAZARENE will heal me someday …

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  33. Idolatry. Babylonian Ancient Mystery Schools. Thank the creators of the inquisition and the country of Spain for forcing this upon the Philippines and spreading their pagan counterfeit Christianity. Nations being deceived by Rome and the spirit of Anti Christ.

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