• MOST HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES TO FAMILIES AND COMRADES
    AND HIGHEST HONORS TO THE LACUB MARTYRS


    By Jose Maria Sison
    Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines
    Chief Political Consultant of the NDFP Negotiating Panel
    October 18, 2014

    I join the people and revolutionary force  in expressing  most heartfelt condolences to the families and comrades  of the leading cadres of the Communist Party of the Philippines, Red fighters of the New People’s Army and civilian victims whose valiant lives were snuffed out by the fascist agents of the US-Aquino regime on 4 September in Lacub, Abra. Read more



  • MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE
    TO THE FAMILY OF COMRADE RECCA MONTE


    From Julie de Lima and Joma Sison

    We express our most heartfelt condolences to the family of Comrade Recca Monte. Like the people and her revolutionary comrades, we share with you a deep sense of loss. Read more



  • ILPS calls for solidarity with the Kurdish resistance against ISIS


    ANF – NETHERLANDS
    16.10.2014
    12:00:12
    http://www.en.firatnews.com/news/news/ilps-calls-for-solidarity-with-the-kurdish-resistance-against-isis.htm#.VEAwYtb0Tf0.gmail

    The Chairperson of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), Prof. Jose Maria Sison, has released a statement saluting the heroic resistance of the Kurdish people and their army in Rojava, the YPG/YPJ – People’s Protection Units — against the criminal gangs of the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) in Kobanê, one of the self-governing cantons of West Kurdistan (Rojava) in Syria. Read more



  • SUPPORT THE KURDISH PEOPLE’S RESISTANCE AGAINST ISIS,
    CONDEMN US AND TURKEY FOR CREATING AND USING ISIS


    By Prof. Jose Maria Sison,  Chairperson
    International League of Peoples’ Struggle
    October 14, 2014

    We, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), salute the heroic resistance of the Kurdish people and their army in Rojava, the YPG/YPJ – People’s Protection Units — against the criminal gangs of the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) in Kobane, one of the  self-governing cantons of West Kurdistan (Rojava) in Syria.   Read more



  • 1ST NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE ALTERNATIVE MEDIA -1/5


    UP College of Mass Communication, Diliman, QC, Oct. 9-10, 2014
    1) Opening Remarks by Dr. Roland Tolentino, Dean, UP College of Mass Communication
    2) Keynote Address by Prof. Jose Maria Sison, Chairman Emeritus, International Network for Philippine Studies Read more



  • STRENGTHEN THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


    Keynote Speech to the First National Conference of Alternative Media
    at Plaridel Hall, U.P. College of Mass Communications, October 9-10, 2014

    By PROF. JOSE MA. SISON
    Chairman Emeritus, International Network for Philippine Studies

    I thank the conference organizers for inviting me to be the keynote speaker of the First National Conference of Alternative Media, the theme of which is “New Situation, New Challenge: Strengthen the People’s Voice.” I am deeply pleased and highly honored. Read more



  • PAKIKIISA SA KILUSANG MAYO UNO
    SA PAGPUPULONG NG PAMBANSANG KONSEHO NITO


    Oktubre 3, 2014

    ni Jose Maria Sison
    Tagapangulo, International League of Peoples’ Struggle

    Mga kasama sa Kilusang Mayo Uno,

    Maalab na rebolusyonaryong pagbati sa inyo!

    Taos puso kong ipinapaaabot sa inyo ang pakikiisa sa  Kilusang Mayo Uno sa okasyon ng pagpupulong ng Pambansang Konseho nito.  Batid ko ang napakalaking kahalagahan ng pagtitipon na ito ng isang mayor na kasaping-organisasyon ng International League of Peoples’ Struggle. Read more



  • ON THE HONG KONG MASS PROTESTS & RELATED MATTERS


    By Jose Maria Sison, Chairperson
    International League of Peoples’ Struggle
    October 1, 2014

    1. We, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle, support the Hong Kong people in upholding and exercising their democratic rights.  We condemn the police brutality applied by the Hong Kong authorities to suppress the people’s right to assemble and speak freely.  We are aware that both the Beijing and Hong Kong authorities are anxious to end  the mass protests for fear that these are likely to embolden similar mass protests in mainland China, especially because of the Tienanmen massacre in 1989 and the current deteriorating economic and social conditions. Read more