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Baguilat: War is bad

"War is bad." Ifugao Rep. Teddy Baguilat Jr. says an absolute military intervention will not solve the conflict between the gov't and the CPP-NPA-NDF.

ON THE RESUMPTION OF THE GRP-NDFP PEACE NEGOTIATIONS

The NDFP is definitely willing to resume peace negotiations as soon as the GRP agrees and the Filipino people are certainly clamoring for this. But if President Duterte and his subordinates Lorenzana and dela Rosa are unwilling to negotiate peace, the revolutionary forces and people represented by the NDFP have no choice but to concentrate single-mindedly on fighting those who lust for their blood, death and humiliation.

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF PEOPLE’S STRUGGLE STANDS IN SOLIDARITY WITH NATIONAL CONFERENCE TO DEFEAT AUSTERITY

Imperialism is not just about war and invading and bombing countries, as the US military machine has done in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Vietnam, Korea and so my other countries around the world. It is not just about the CIA overthrowing democratic governments, as it has done in so many countries, and is now trying to do in Venezuela.

BT: Pahayag ni Jose Maria Sison, CPP founding chairman

"Si Duterte ang sumubotahe sa Peace Talks." -Joma Sison

Oslo Peace Talks: Prof. Jose Maria Sison Opening Remarks

NDFP Chief Political Consultant Joma Sison speaks at the Opening Ceremony of the peace talks

Joma Sison on his former student Duterte

National Democratic Front chief political consultant Joma Sison talks about this year's presidential candidates, including his former student Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte

INTERVIEW WITH PROF. JOSE MARIA SISON ON CUBA

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.

Revolutionary Valentine; Jose Maria Sison and Julie De Lima

Jose Maria Sison and Julie De Lima. He is the son of a rich family. She is the daughter of schoolteachers. They fell in love with each other in University of Philippines. They then fought together for revolution, were arrested and imprisoned by Marcos, and led the Communist Party of the Philippines and the New People's Army, which is still active in the Philippines today.

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Bio-data of Jose Maria Sison as public figure

Bio-data of Jose Maria Sison as public figure

Jose Maria Sison talks and meets with Philippine presidents

Jose Maria Sison talks and meets with Philippine presidents
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