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BUILDING STRENGTH THROUGH STRUGGLE


Third book of Professor Jose Maria Sison from the 5-book series on Continuing the Philippine Revolution

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AN INVITATION FROM INTERNATIONAL NETWORK
FOR PHILIPPINE STUDIES


Informative and Cultural Gathering on the Philippine Revolution on Sunday,  December 22, 2013-page-0

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POSTCARD FOR THE 150TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF ANDRES BONIFACIO


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DEFEATING REVISIONISM, REFORMISM, & OPPORTUNISM


DEFEATING REVISI0NISM, REFORMISM AND OPPORTUNISM,
SECOND BOOK OF 5-BOOK SERIES BY JOSE MARIA SISON
UNDER THE GENERAL TITLE CONTINUING THE REVOLUTION

NOW OFF THE PRESS! LOOK OUT FOR THE BOOK LAUNCH!
ORDERS IN THE PHILIPPINES ARE MADE IN ADVANCE TO:
AKLAT NG BAYAN, IBON BOOK BOOKSTORE
& OTHER MAJOR BOOK STORES IN METRO MANILA!

FOREIGN ORDERS ARE MADE TO: JDELIMA307@ZIGGO.NL

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CONTINUING THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION
5 Books of Selected Writings
by JOSE MA. SISON
from 1968 to 1990

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FOUNDATION FOR RESUMING THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION


FOUNDATION FOR REUMING THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION

Published by
International Network for Philippine Studies (INPS)
Aklat ng Bayan, Inc.
Printed in the Philippines, 2013
ISBN: 978-1-62847-920-1
To follow Foundation for Resuming the Philippine Revolution, four books of the author´s selected writings from 1972 to 1990 are now being prepared for publication. They are:
1) Defeating Revisionism, Reformism and Opportunism (1969-1972);
2) Building Strength through Struggle (1972-1977);
3) Detention and Defiance against Dictatorship (1977-1986); and
4) Continuing the Struggle for National and Social Liberation (1986-1990).

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TRAILER OF MUSICALE, ANG MAKATA´Y MANDIRIGMA,
ANG MANDIRIGMA´Y MAKATA


http://www.kodao.org/node/475

Inspired by Jose Maria Sison’s poem The Guerilla is Like a Poet, the musical play weaves together National Artist Prof. Bienvenido Lumbera’s epic poetry and the libretto of Palanca award winner Edward Perez for a history of the national democratic movement. Makata’y Mandirigma, Mandirigma’y Makata is a cultural feast of activist songs, some vintage and many new ones, modern choreography with a hint of the revolutionary Peking opera style popular during the First Quarter Storm days, and a play with a central character, Ador, poet, political detainee, husband and father. If you wish to buy copies of the musicale’s DVD please contact: International Committee DEFEND at: defenddemrights@yahoo.com Telephone No.: +31-(0)30-8895306

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BOOK LAUNCH Program
FOUNDATION FOR RESUMING
THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION


by
Jose Ma. Sison (Amado Guerrero)

 

Please click here to view the Book Launch Program in PDF

 

Saturday July 20, 2013 7:00-9:00 P.M.
Gulliver Function Room
Great Eastern Hotel 1403 Quezon Avenue Quezon City

Emcees Josa Deinla and Rep. Mong Palatino

Welcome remarks
Dean Luis Teodoro
Chair, Aklat ng Bayan

Introduction / Historical Context and Significance of 5-volume Series
Rep. Satur Ocampo
President, Makabayang Koalisyon ng Mamayan (MAKABAYAN)

Book Review
Dr. Dante Simbulan
KATARUNGAN: Center for Justice, Peace and Human Rights in the Philippines

Impact of Jose Ma. Sison’s Writings on Post-70s Generations of Youth and Students
Jaqueline Joy Eroles Deputy Secretary General, Anakbayan
Prof. Sarah Raymundo OIC, UP Center for Integrative Studies

Song
Pag-ibig sa Tinubuang Lupa (musical setting by Restie Umali)
Rica Nepomuceno

Remarks
Jonas Staal, Dr. Charlie Veric and Paloma Polo

Remarks from other members of the audience

Message
Prof. Jose Ma. Sison

Trailer of the film, The Guerilla is a Poet by KinoArts

Presentation of Books
International Network for Philippine Studies

Closing Remarks/Acknowledgments
Dr. Nonilon Queano Aklat ng Bayan

Song
Awit ni Laya
People’s Chorale

Community Singing

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FILE SUBMISSIONS TO AUSTRALIAN DFAT FOR REMOVING PROF. JOSE MARIA SISON, CPP AND NPA FROM TERRORIST LIST


FILE SUBMISSIONS TO AUSTRALIAN DFAT FOR REMOVING PROF. JOSE MARIA SISON, CPP AND NPA FROM TERRORIST LIST

Dear Friend,

Please find attached three submissions to the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), one to take the Jose Maria Sison off the Foreign Minister’s Terrorist List, and the other two to take off the Communist Party of the Philippines and the New People’s Army.

Below is the notice posted on the DFAT website (link is under ‘counter terrorism’ at the bottom of the DFAT frontpage).

The deadline is this Friday, and you can submit by email.

It is a scandal that these listings ever happened, and it is well overdue that they be rescinded.

The draft submissions attached, while brief, contain the necessary information. You could choose to send the entire submission on your letterhead, or you could summarise it down if you wish.

I hope that DFAT receives a large number of submissions from Australians and from many people around the world.

In solidarity

Peter Murphy
Philippines Australia Union Link

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INVITATION TO THE BOOK LAUNCHING OF THE FOUNDATION
FOR RESUMING THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION


AVAILABLE AT POPULAR BOOKSTORE AND OTHER MAJOR METRO MANILA BOOKSTORES,
FROM JULY 15, 2013 ONWARDS

FORMAL BOOK LAUNCH AT JADE EMPRESS ROOM OF GREAT EASTERN HOTEL, QUEZON
CITY, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2013, 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.

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Please click here or on the link below to view PDF file.

Foundation for Resuming the Philippine Revolution

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BOOK LAUNCHING: FOUNDATION FOR RESUMING THE PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION


by Jose Maria Sison
http://www.kodao.org/node/1075

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Book Launching: Foundation for Resuming the Philippine Revolution by Jose Maria Sison, to be held on July 20,2013 at the Great Eastern Hotel, Jade Empress Function Room, 1403 Quezon Avenue, Quezon City, 7 to 9 p.m.

The book is the first volume (covering 1968-1972) of a series of selected works by Jose Maria Sison from 1968 to 1990, co-published by International Network for Philippine Studies (INPS) and Aklat ng Bayan, Inc. The series consists of the following volumes:

1. Foundation for Resuming the Philippine Revolution (1968-72)
2. Defeating Revisionism, Reformism and Opportunism (1969-72)
3. Building Strength through Struggle (1972-77)
4. Detention and Defiance (1977-1986)
5. Continuing Struggle for National and Social Liberation (1986 to 1990)

The series is billed as an offering of Aklat ng Bayan and the Stichting International Network for Philippine Studies to the year long celebration of the 150th birth anniversary of Andres Bonifacio under the title,”Continuing the Philippine Revolution: An Offering of 5 Books on National and Social Liberation to Celebrate the 150th Birth Anniversary of Andres Bonifacio”.

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