By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Political Prisoner, 1977-86
Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle
11 June 2012
As a former political prisoner and member of SELDA (Samahan ng Ex-Detainees Laban sa Detensyon at Aresto) and as Chairperson of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), I salute and congratulate the SELDA, its current officers and all members for their struggle for the democratic rights and freedom of all the political prisoners since the founding of SELDA on December 4, 1984.
Ni Prop. Jose Maria Sison
International League of Peoples’ Struggle
7 Hunyo 2012
Sa ngalan ng International League of Peoples’ Struggle, nagpapaabot ako ng taos-pusong pagbati at pakikiisa sa Kilusang Mayo Uno sa okasyon ng ika-2 Pulong ng Pambansang Konseho sa ilalim ng ika-10 Kongreso.
Ikinagagalak namin ang pagtitipon ng mahigit na 40 kagawad ng Pambansng Konseho at ang pagdalo ng mga pinuno ng mga unyon ng KMU sa Caraga sa pagbubukas ng pulong. Pinupuri namin ang sigasig at bisa ng KMU-Caraga chapter sa paghahanda ng pulong.
Interview of Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Chief Political Consultant
National Democratic Front of the Philippines
By Gerg Cahiles
Reporter of Solar News
Ka Joma, I would like to get your insights on Corona’s removal from the SC through impeachment.
Here are some questions:
1. What is your analysis on the removal of Corona from the SC? What do you think are the factors why the Aquino regime is very eager on this matter?
Answer: The removal of Corona is a manifestation and offshoot of the conflict between the Aquino yellow gang in power and the Arroyo gang. It is more specifically about Noy Aquino punishing Corona for the Supreme Court decision on Hacienda Luisita. Most importantly, it is strategically about taking over the Supreme Court and dominating the reactionary government.
By Joey Natividad
26 May 2012
NAGA CITY (BicolToday.com/26-May-12) – The use of Internet and Social Media will become the important tools in the immediate future to wage political advocacy, militant activism, organizing and mobilizing protest actions that may lead to civil unrest as to initiate social change.
US Chapter of Global Anti-Imperialist Movement Holds Historic
Founding Assembly, Confronts NATO Summit in Chicago
By Valerie Francisco
GABRIELA USA Chairperson and representative
May 24, 2012
Bill Dores, International League of Peoples´ Struggle (ILPS) Vice Chairperson for External Affairs and ILPS-US Country Co-Coordinator, email: email@example.com
CHICAGO, IL– Over 300 anti-imperialist and progressive community activists from across the US gathered last Saturday, May 19th, at the Centro Autonomo in Chicago’s working class and immigrant neighborhood of Albany Park to establish the US country chapter of the International League of Peoples’Struggle (ILPS-US). The successful gathering was held one day before the 15,000-strong outdoor demonstration in downtown Chicago against the scheduled North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Summit taking place.
By Fidel V. Agcaoili
Spokesperson of NDFP Panel Negotiating with the GPH (GRP)
19 May 2012
We in the Negotiating Panel of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) deplore recent statements made by GPH President Aquino against the NDFP and its Chief Political Consultant Prof. Jose Maria Sison. He made such recent statements in an interview with Radyo Bombo and this has been further circulated by certain newspapers.
Aquino practically accuses the NDFP of insincerity as the obstacle to peace. He exposes himself as the hypocrite who pays lip service to peace but is in fact obsessed with carrying out a brutal war under the US-instigated Oplan Bayanihan. He is not at all interested in serious peace negotiations but only in demanding the surrender and pacification of the revolutionary forces and people.
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