Taken at Utrecht Central Museum, April 10, 2015
Sponsored by the New World Academy & Basis voor Actuele Kunst
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Former President, 1957-58, UP Journalism Club, University of the Philippines
April 7, 2015
As former president of the UP Journalism Club, I wish to convey warmest greetings of solidarity to the current officers and members of the club. I congratulate you for successfully holding the Grand Alumni Homecoming last January 31 to celebrate the 60th founding anniversary of our illustrious club.
Message to the 4th National Conference of the Australian Chapter
of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle
April 5, 2015
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Chairperson, International Coordinating Committee
International League of Peoples’ Struggle
We, the International Coordinating Committee and the global entirety of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), hereby express our warmest greetings of solidarity to the Australian Chapter of the ILPS on the occasion of its 4th National Conference. We also take the opportunity to congratulate you for all your accumulated achievements in the anti-imperialist and democratic struggle.
Published in National Midweek, Vol. 1, No. 28, July 2, 1986
July 2, 1986
A book by William Henry Scott, Ilocano Responses to American Aggression 1900-1901 (Quezon City, New Day Publishers, 1986), save from almost total oblivion the just and heroic struggle of the Ilocanos against the US imperialism which reached the Ilocos at the turn of the century. As an account of the Ilocano guerrilla war which followed the dissolution of the regular forces of the Philippine revolutionary army, the book adds zest and drama to the retelling of the entire Filipino people’s struggle for national freedom. The Ilocano resistance was a major part of that struggle.
Noelle Marie Fianza Sanidad
School Year 2014 – 2015
Professor Ma. Gabriela P. Martin
Abstract: This paper aims to do a comparative study of the poetry of Jose Maria Sison, the Chairman of the Communist Party of the Philippines, and Mao Zedong, the founding father of the People’s Republic of China, and present a planetary relationship between the two, both in terms of their poetry and their political ideologies. The paper uses Spivak’s notion of teleopoiesis, the unheimlich, and planetarity as a foundation to reveal a planetary relationship between the two poets through an analysis of the tropes of the peasant soldier and the countryside present in both poet’s works. The paper utilizes the unheimlich as a field for productive difference, estrangement, or alienation that courts Spivak’s notion of planetarity. In terms of a comparative study of Mao and Joma, planetarity presents itself through the unfamiliar, or the un – Filipino that is presented through the Chinese ideals Sison’s poetry because of the influence of Mao Zedong thought.
Please click here A-BORDERLESS-BROTHERHOOD to view document in PDF format.
The Filipino people have seen the hand of the US in Oplan Exodus and its messy and gory implementation: the role of the Joint Special Operations Task Force Philippines (JSOTFP) in training the SAF assault force and in passing the intelligence packet to Purisima (mainly reports on real-time electronic signals and drone reconnaissance), the submission of the Marwan finger to the FBI, the use of the US drone command center in Zamboanga and the imperious presence of US agents at the Cotabato command post of SAF and the publicized photo of the retrieval operation by US operatives using the CIA-operated Evergreen helicopter.
Banat ni BSAquino sa BOI at Senate reports tungkol sa Mamasapano. Koment ni Joma Sison:
Wala pa ring apology at sinarhan na ni Penoy Bugok ang usapin ng apology. Umiwas sa imbestigasyon at hinarang ng mga bataan niya ang mga request.
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