The book also tackles Sison’s insights on patiently building the mass movement and the proletarian international duty to support the revolutions going on in countries at the forefront of imperialist struggles such as Turkey, Philippines, Palestine, and India. It also contains his solidarity statements for militant Filipino LGBTQ+ organizations, national students federation of Pakistan, anniversary statements for progressive organizations, and statements on ongoing debates about global issues.
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Creativity and the broad united front
…creativity is a response to the urgent question of “How do we get across our struggles despite material limitations thaw we face? What strategies of organizing, educational activities can be done overcome the same limitations?” As for building the broad coalitions with multi-class character, she stresses that “being honest and open about difference and not turning a blind eye to contradictions create a healthy space of cooperation and criticism; and where people will be encouraged to exercise political maturity to overcome a common enemy.”
#KaJomaLives | Progressives immortalize Sison’s legacy in people’s movement for change
“We gather today not just to mourn but to pay tribute.”
NPA pays tribute to Jose Maria Sison
Early morning of December 26, New People’s Army (NPA) in Bicol region showcased 21-gun salute as tribute to Jose Maria Sison, the founding chairperson of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) Central Committee.
A revolution post-Joma Sison? Wife, fellow peace panel Julie says Joma optimistic that the revolution will win
In his last days in a hospital in The Netherlands, CPP founding chairman Jose Maria Sison remained optimistic, saying that the current situation in the Philippines will remain a fertile ground to advance people’s fight.
Why Filipinos need to read Joma
As millennials and Gen Z are generations raised in the age of the Internet, generations constantly subjected to the aspirations of popular culture – the culture of instant gratification, the cult of consumerism, there is an urgent need to turn to revolutionary writings like that of Sison not only as a way to counteract the dominant consumerist culture, but to regain a sense of radicalism unsullied by the passing fads and distractions of the present digital age.
CPP declares 10 days of mourning for Joma Sison
“The Central Committee and the entire Party will forever be guided and inspired by Ka Joma’s immortal revolutionary spirit,.”
Joma Sison dies, CPP announces
Jose Maria Sison, founding chairperson of the re-established Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), passed away Friday, Dec. 16, the revolutionary group’s official newspaper announced today. He was 83.
Question Everything | Banning Joma Sison on social media sets a dangerous precedent
One does not need to subscribe to Sison’s political doctrines to see the ban as an act of censorship. If not challenged, the ban can be expanded and used as a tactic to enforce digital crackdowns. It gives tyrants the license to dictate who or what can be accessed or streamed on our networks. It is therefore a threat to our civic space.
‘Purging of books is an attack on academic freedom’
“Instead of providing a space for students to think for themselves, universities under the pressure of the NTF-ELCAC surrender the right to read hence giving way to the government’s anti-communist hysteria.”
Joma Sison hits ATC’s ‘distortion, lies’
“Under a regime that takes pride in treason, tyranny, mass murder and plunder, the legal standards are degraded to the level of murderers and the standard of learning is also demeaned when Marxism or communism is merely equated to terrorism.”