Sa episode na ito ng Itanong mo kay Prof, ipinaliwanag ni Prof. Jose Ma. Sison ang ibig sabihin ng political persecution at bakit target nito ang mga progresibong lider tulad nila Liza Maza, Satur Ocampo, Rafael Mariano at Teddy Casiño. […]
Ayon kay Prof. Sison, mahalagang kaganapan ang pagkakaisa ng mas maraming sektor sa mga protesta laban sa mga pagkukulang ni Duterte. […]
At home, I get personal security from friendly relations with neighbors, the intercom and alarm system of the apartment building and the emergency phone number. There are also the routine police patrols in the neighborhood and possibly electronic surveillance of my phone and digicam coverage of my street. The NDF Information Office to which I go very often is located in the city center of Utrecht and is certainly covered by digicam surveillance and police patrols. […]
Yes, within 20 years, there is more than enough time for the crises of the ruling system and global system, the relentless struggle of the people for national liberation and democracy and the peace negotiations to generate conditions for the election of a President who is anti-imperialist and progressive, as in the countries of Latin America that you have mentioned. […]
As revolutionary forces, the CPP, NPA and the toiling masses of workers and peasants build their own revolutionary democratic government (organs of political power) against the reactionary government of big compradors, landlords and corrupt burreaucrats represented by Duterte. On this principled basis, the CPP and NPA cannot and will not enter the court of the reactionary government to participate in proceedings. […]
The CPP, NPA and the masses have already sized up the strength and capabilities of their enemy and are well-prepared to fight him. GRP and AFP resources under Duterte are far less and weaker under Duterte than under Marcos. The crisis of the semicolonial and semifeudal system has become far worse. The NPA has spread nationwide and has gained experience and strength so many times since 1969. There are thousands of full-time Red fighters, augmented by the people´s militia, armed city partisans and self-defense units in underground mass organizations.
The government and NDFP negotiating panels were confident that they would be able to initial the CASER; the agreements on the general amnesty and release of all political prisoners, and the coordinated unilateral ceasefires at the closing session of the fifth round of formal talks, then formally sign all of these at the closing ceremony of the sixth round in January 2018. […]