By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines NDFP Chief Political Consultant in Peace Negotiations with GPH 16 October 2012 Re: “Enrile ready for face-off with nonbelievers”, by Cathy Yamsuan, Philippine Daily Inquirer, October 15, 2012 Juan Ponce Enrile has only himself to blame for his character flaw, his lack of integrity, his dishonesty and the expressed view of many people that his memoir is a pack of lies.
By Delfin T. Mallari Jr. Inquirer Southern Luzon 17 October 2012 LUCENA CITY—Self-exiled Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria Sison on Tuesday accused Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile of lying in his newly published book, “Juan Ponce Enrile: A Memoir,” to cover up his role during the infamous martial law period.
Dear Colleagues and Friends, Warmest greetings of solidarity! Thank you for inviting me to give a brief international situationer to the member organizations of the International League of Peoples´ Struggle in the Northeast region of the US. It is of great importance that you understand the worsening crisis of global capitalism, the role of US imperialism and the growing resistance of the people.
“Martial Law @ 40”. Ano ang dahilan ng pagpataw ng batas militar? Tutuo ba ang paratang na nagsabwatan kayo ni Ninoy Aquino sa Plaza Miranda bombing? Anong pahirap ang naranasan nyo sa panahon ng Martial Law? Paano naibagsak ang diktadurang Marcos noong 1986? Panoorin ang episode ng Magtanong kay Prop kung saan sinasagot ni Propesor Jose Maria Sison ang mga tanong tungkol sa batas militar na idineklara ng diktadurang gubyernong Marcos noong 1972. Ang programang Magtanong kay Prop ay handog ng josemariasison.org at HiyawMedia productions.
Message of Solidarity to the Alliance of Concerned Teachers on the occasion of its Congress, September 29, 2012 By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson International League of Peoples´ Struggle 29 September 2012 Fellow Teachers, The International Coordinating Committee and entirety of the International League of Peoples´ Struggle (ILPS) share the joy of ILPS member-organization Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) in celebrating its 30th founding anniversary with a year-long schedule of activities, starting from June 26. We convey warmest greetings of solidarity to the entire alliance, to the delegates and guests as you hold your 13th Congress to celebrate three decades of relentless struggle for the rights and welfare of teachers, education workers and the entire Filipino people.