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THE LIES ABOUT JOSE MARIA SISON

By Ina Alleco Achieving Happiness 4 December  2010 Former press secretary of the Gloria M. Arroyo government and Inquirer columnist Rigoberto Tiglao came out with a review of the Mario Miclat’s “Secrets of the Eighteen Mansions: A Novel” (Manila: Anvil […]

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JOMA SISON LONGS FOR HOMELAND AND MANGOES

By Niña Calleja Philippine Daily Inquirer 4 December 2010 UTRECHT, The Netherlands— In a foreign land, the 71-year-old leader of the Communist Party of the Philippines, constantly dreams of home and yearns for mangoes and the mountain ranges that he […]

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UNDERSTANDING THE FILIPINO REVOLUTION:THREE BASIC PROBLEMS

Posted by rowlandkeshena bermudaradical.wordpress.com 27 September 2010 Forty-five years ago in mid-sixties the south east Asian archipelago of the Philippines saw the emergence of a powerful, dynamic and inspiring revolutionary national democratic movement of a new type. Founded on a clear patriotic and anti-imperialist […]