By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Author September 22, 2015 I wish to thank all the friends who are here for coming and convey to them warmest greetings of solidarity. I appreciate the Samahan ng Ex-Detainees Laban sa Detensyon at Aresto (SELDA – Northern Luzon), Anakbayan Cordillera, Concerned Artists of the Philippines, International Network for Philippine Studies and Aklat ng Bayan for cooperating and preparing this joint launch of the Illustrated biography, Louie Jalandoni: Revolutionary, and my book, Continuing the Struggle for National and Social Liberation.
EU Peace Journalism Awards’ grand winner Jefry Tupas of Newsdesk.Asia and105.9 Balita FM of Davao City visited the Utrecht office of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) on September 17 to interview the NDFP Negotiating Panel and the Chief Political Consultant Prof. Jose Maria Sison about the peace talks and the war hawks in the government, the killings of the IPs in Mindanao, the upcoming elections and Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.
Kuro-Kuro para sa Usapang Gabriela, Usapang Mapgpalaya Nina Julie de Lima at Joma Sison Kolaborasyon namin ni Joma ang paglalahad na ito. Pinagkasunduan naming ako ang magbabasa at sa open forum naman magkatabi kami para tanggapin ang inyong mga tanong at sagutin ng isa o dalawa sa amin, depende sa kailangan.
Keynote Address to the Third Assembly of ILPS in Canada By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson, International Coordinating Committee International League of Peoples’ Struggle September 12, 2015 Chers camarades et amis! Au nom du comité de coordination international et de la Ligue internationale des luttes des peuples (LILP) dans son ensemble, je tiens à transmettre mes salutations les plus chaleureuses aux organisations membres et aux responsables de la section canadienne de la Ligue à l’occasion de sa troisième assemblée. Merci de m’avoir invité à vous adresser la parole à titre de conférencier d’honneur et à vous présenter un survol du travail de la Ligue à l’échelle mondiale.
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle September 12, 2015 Fellow teachers and Friends! As Chairperson of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), I wish to convey the warmest greetings of solidarity of the International Coordinating Committee and entirety of the ILPS to the national officers and general membership of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) on the occasion of its 14th National Congress.
by Quincy Saul http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/09/09/burning-questions-talking-with-jose-maria-sison-about-climate-change-capitalism-and-revolution/ José María Sison is a living legend. Born in 1939 in Cabugao, on the island of Luzon in the Philippines, to a wealthy and connected family, his education and compassion led him to become a revolutionary activist by the age of 20. Today he remains, at the age of 76, a leader of what has been called by the New York Times “the world’s longest running communist insurgency.”