• PAMBUNGAD SA PAGLULUNSAD NG IKA-2 EDISYON NG INANG LARANGAN


    Ni Jose Maria Sison
    Makata at Tagapangulong Tagapagtatag
    ng Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas

    Ikinararangal at ikinatutuwa ko ang inyong paanyaya na magbigay ng pambungad sa paglulunsad ng ikalawang edisyon ng Inang Larangan.  Binabati at pinupuri ko ang mga  namamatnugot  sa kanilang tagumpay na tipunin ang nilalaman ng libro. Read more



  • Internal US policy disagreements may be behind Mamasapano tragedy


    By Inday Espina-Varona
    Posted at 03/21/2015 12:58 PM | Updated as of 03/21/2015 1:01 PM
    http://rp1.abs-cbnnews.com/blogs/opinions/03/21/15/internal-us-policy-disagreements-may-be-behind-mamasapano-tragedy

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    NDF consultant Jose Ma. Sison in the Netherlands. Photo: ndfp.net

     

    Jose Maria Sison, acknowledged chief ideologue of the National Democratic Front (NDF), was first approached on a separate issue – travel arrangements of guerrillas engaged in peace talks with the Philippine state. Read more



  • ILPS CONDEMNS US VILIFICATION OF VENEZUELA,
    SUPPORTS VENEZUELAN PEOPLE AND GOVERNMENT


    by Prof. Jose Maria Sison
    Chairperson
    International League of Peoples’ Struggle
    March 18, 2015
    We, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle, condemn as a brazen violation of the national sovereignty of the Venezuelan people the US vilification of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela as a “national security threat” to the US and the US sanctions on seven officials of the Venezuelan government. Read more



  • JOMA SISON: AQUINO IS CRIMINALLY LIABLE ACCORDING TO THE FACTS


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    Updated on Friday
    From the wall of Joma Sison

    Aquino cannot escape topmost responsibility and ignominy for the gory Mamasapano fiasco. Despite the pussy-footing or overly diffident language towards Aquino and the thrust to put the main blame on Napeñas, the conclusions of the Board of Inquiry cannot avoid mentioning facts which point to the guilt of Aquino for relying on the suspended General Purisima, breaking the chain of command, making impossible timely reinforcements and causing the unnecessary death of his own 44 men in SAF. Read more



  • INTERVIEW WITH PROF. JOSE MARIA SISON ON CUBA AND THE PHILIPPINES AND THEIR PEOPLES


    By Julia Camagong
    Special Representative to Latin America
    International League of Peoples’ Struggle

    As special representative of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle, I wish to interview you both as the Chairperson of the ILPS International Coordinating Committee and as the outstanding leader of the Philippine national liberation movement, no less than the founding chairman of the Communist Party of the Philippines. Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed. Read more



  • REQUISITES FOR BUILDING THE SOCIALIST FUTURE


    Paper for the Inception Workshop of the People’s Resource for International Solidarity and Mass Mobilization (PRISM)
    Utrecht, The Netherlands
    November 14, 2014

    By Jose Maria Sison
    Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines
    Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle

    Click the link below to download the document in PDF format.
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  • PAIGTINGIN ANG PAKIKIBAKA NG MGA KATUTUBONG MAMAMAYAN
    PARA SA LUPANG NINUNO AT SARILING PAGPAPASYA


    Mensahe ng Pakikiisa sa KAMP
    sa Ikapat na Pambansang Kongreso, Marso 3-5, 2015

    Ni Prop. Jose Maria Sison
    Tagapangulo, International League of Peoples’ Struggle

    Kami, ang International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), ay nais magpaabot ng aming pinakamarubdob na pagbati ng pakikiisa sa Kalipunan ng Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (KAMP) sa okasyon ng Ikapat na Pambansang Kongreso nito. Sumasaludo kami sa lahat ng delegasyon ng iba’t ibang organisasyon ng mga katutubong mamamayan at bumabati kami sa lahat ng opisyal ng KAMP sa pagtitipon sa kanila. Read more



  • MURAL: FM DECLARES MARTIAL LAW


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    Mural masterpiece of Filipino painter Pablo Baen Santos on martial law by Ferdinand Marcos and revolutionary movement led by Jose Maria Sison. Read more