“The police and military have mastered the art of preparing false documents to justify the filing of fabricated charges.”
Month: December 2019
Militarizing the civilian bureaucracy for suppressing dissent
The counterinsurgency policy is not only targeted against the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and the New People’s Army (NPA) but against perceived supporters or any groups standing in the way of the administration’s political and economic interests.
How the US meddled with PH gov’t war versus its own people
With all its pretensions for peace and development, Duterte’s counterinsurgency is brutal to the core.
Halad sa kaadlawan
By TOMAS TALLEDO Hukas na mangitngit nga kadulom Kay mabatian hutik sang kaagahon Ang taliwis nga busilak sa Sidlangan Nagakihad itum nga kalangit-langitan Sa pagtukod rebulto sang mga bagani Bonifacio, Luna, Mabini: mga halad Sa rebolusyon nga nagapadayon Subong, magaatubang sa Bulutlakan Ang ila matadlong nga mga panulok Walay pangalag-ag, walay kahadluk Buhi sa dughan…
From defending the environment to defending human rights
“We need to keep the fire burning especially now that Duterte has utilized the entire machinery of government against the people.”
Bruised but still fighting for human rights
For someone who lost a father and a mother, and whose husband has been detained, Jimmylisa admits there were times she wallowed in depression. She said her very name, taken from her parents, reminds her to be strong. “How could I not live up to their legacy?”
NDFP Southern Tagalog celebrates CPP’s 51st anniversary
“The NDF greets the CPP in its ability to stay strong despite continuing attack and urges the people of the Southern Tagalog region to rise up and join the struggle.”
TWIPH: Birth of Jesus and the commodification of Christmas
Kin of political prisoners in Bicutan initially denied entry
The families also seek a dialogue with the BJMP officials “to put a stop to such unreasonable, illegal and unjust prohibitions that violate the right of families and friends of political prisoners to visit them.”
Mapping the course: Peace talks and red bashing
Peace talks comes primarily because in the country’s hinterlands, a people’s army, guided by a communist party, is building organs of democratic political power. And in various sites, the communist bid for land redistribution, national industrialization, and a participatory planned economy through socialism is paralleled by organized, institutionalized and legitimate endeavors pursuing the same vision. This is enough for a government that is provisionally hijacked by compradors and imperialists to talk peace and reforms.