Who led the revolt against Spaniards?
There were many attempts at revolt and revolution against the Spaniards in the 333 years of Colonial Spanish domination of the Philippines. The first serious attempt was made in 1587 and 1588 with support frim Japan and Brunei in what is called the conspiracy of the Maharlikas or the Tondo Conspiracy. It was leaked to the Spaniards in the early days of the plot. Those conspirators who were not executed were exiled to Mexico.
The Barons rose in revolt against King John in the First Barons War of 1215 at his refusal to abide by the Magna Carta. The revolt was led by Robert Fitzwalter, who was supported by the army of Louis VIII of France. Louis continued to drag the war on against John even after some barons had made peace with him.