Pagsikapang patalsikin si Aquino – Sison
by Macky Macaspac
Ipinanawagan ng kabataan mula sa iba’t ibang pamatasan ng Metro Manila ang pagpapatalsik kay Pangulong Aquino dahil sa maraming kasalanan, kabilang ang kontoberisyal na DAP. Macky MacaspacRead more
Talumpati sa May Pag-Asa
Asambleya ng Kabataang Anti-Imperyalista
July 4, 2014
Ni Propesor Jose Maria Sison
Tagapangulo, International League of Peoples’ Struggle
Vem är José Maria Sison?
Publicerad 8 maj 2014
Sison är född den 8 februari 1939 och blev litteraturprofessor i Filippinerna när han återvände från sina studier i Indonesien.
Sison blev medlem i det gamla kommunistpartiet i början av 1960-talen men kom att opponera sig mot dess revisionism, allmänna försumpning och inställsamhet gentemot president Ferdinand Marcos korrupta styre.Read more
Revolutionär röst för Filippinernas fattiga
Publicerad 8 maj 2014
Proletären träffar den legendariske filippinske revolutionären, kommunisten, författaren och professorn José Maria Sison. Terroriststämplad av imperialismen med reseförbud utanför Nederländernas gränser.Read more
The Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement allows the US to increase troops and build military bases in the Philippines.
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Edited version on April 28, 2014 in http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2014/04/us-philippines-how-strategic-pa-201442871034598657.html
(April 24, 2014) Hyped as a major advance in the strategic partnership of the US and Philippines, the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) highlights the meeting of US President Obama and Philippine President Aquino in Manila on April 28-29.Read more
WILL SOON FLOURISH
By Wilson Lee Flores
(The Philippine Star) | Updated August 19, 2012 – 12:00am
Is he the Fidel Castro, Mao Zedong and Che Guevara of the Philippines, or is he a terrorist and a misguided idealist? One of the most controversial persons in Philippine history, the Utrecht, Netherlands-based 73-year-old Professor Jose Maria “Joma” Sison is the founding chairman of the 44-year-old Communist Party of the Philippines (CCP) and chairperson of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle.Read more
The National Union of People’s Lawyers (NUPL) is delighted and honored to express our warmest greetings to Prof. Jose Ma. Sison on the occasion of his 75th birthday as well as his 55th anniversary as a patriot and revolutionary.
Unknown to many, Ka Joma could have been a member of the Bar himself if only he followed his father’s wishes to become a lawyer, marry into a rich family, and enter politics. With his intellect and eloquence, he could have made a top-calibre attorney whose skills can make other lawyers look like first year law students in the courtroom, or a politician with tremendous powers, like a Philippine president. His incomparable thoroughness, adroit language skills and comprehensive outlook, not to mention his admirable discipline at work, qualified him to be the best people’s lawyer we never had.Read more
Posted by: DAVAO TODAY
Posted date: February 12, 2014
In: Headline, Opinion, Today’s Views
By Don Pagusara
Prints & Traces
A Tribute to Amado Guerrero
on his Birthday Anniversay
BLADES OF WORDS
Across the mists of years
You have trekked brisk and strong.
The sharp of your eyes deftly snips
The lush talahib along the way, sweeps
The barbs and thorns of the sampinit
By Bert de Belder
Brussels, 5 February 2014
Congratulatory message for Jose Maria Sison
We wholeheartedly congratulate Jose Maria Sison or ‘Ka Joma’ on the occasion of his 75th birthday and his 55 years of service to the Filipino people’s struggle for national and social liberation.
So many Belgian comrades and friends have come to know Joma, either in person or through his writings and conferences, or more indirectly through the monumental impact he has had on Philippine society and revolution for so many years already. Among these people there are of course Party cadres and militants and members of our youth movement Comac, but also many trade unionists and activists from various solidarity groups and NGOs, and a yet broader audience of democrats and progressives at large.Read more