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Is it mere coincidence that after U.S. President Donald #Trump‘s visit, GRP President #Duterte declared the CPP-NPA as terrorists, cancelled the peace talks with the NDFP, and threatened to launch a crackdown on legal progressive groups or so-called communist fronts? We think not.

In history, the imperialist U.S. government is known for installing and/or supporting fascist regimes (Pinochet in Chile, Marcos in the Philippines). After their bilateral meeting, Duterte is now set for a no-holds-barred fascist rule in the country.

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Posted by on November 23, 2017 in national democracy


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Today in the Philippines:

  • Peace talks between the communists (CPP-NPA-NDFP) and the Duterte administration terminated
  • ‎Houses of peasant leaders in Brgy. Dan Diego, Lian, Batangas raided by joint forces of CIDG and PNP SWAT, two (2) days after the arrest of 9 farmers and fishermen in Nasugbu, Batangas
  • Urban poor group Kadamay violently dispersed during their protest action at National Housing Authority (NHA)
  • ‎House justice committee barred Chief Justice Sereno’s lawyers to cross- examine witnesses

Duterte is determined to arrogate the power of removing critics in his administration and to suppress all forms of dissent and resistance. Resist the anti-people and fascist rule of US-Duterte!

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Posted by on November 22, 2017 in national democracy


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On the Suspension of the GRP-NDFP Peace Talks

U.S. tags NPA as a terrorist group anew. Duterte suspends GRP-NDFP peace talks, declares CPP-NPA-NDFP as a terrorist group, and orders military to spend every bullet against rebels.

Indeed, GRP President Duterte is after the capitulation of the people’s revolutionary movement, not the necessary socio-economic and political reforms that will address the root causes of the decades-long civil war in PH.

Compelling reason to continue peace talks? Is public clamor for just and lasting peace that is based on economic, social justice not enough?


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Posted by on February 5, 2017 in national democracy


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