Prof. Jose Maria Sison joins one billion women and men rising to end violence against women and girls, to demand justice for them, encourage the survivors to break the silence and release the stories of both pain and hope in various art forms.
Published on Feb 8, 2014
Sine Proletaryo presents “JOMA: 55/75″, a 21-minute video which provides a broad overview of the 55 years of revolutionary service of Jose Ma. Sison, founding chair of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), on the occasion of his 75th birthday on February 8, 2014. The video features underground youth and workers activists, NPA Red fighters, leaders of the CPP and NDF, NDF peace consultants and advocates of anti-imperialism whose insights provide a glimpse of the profound significance of Ka Joma’s life of service to the Filipino proletariat and international communist movement.
The video features the song “Malipayong Adlaw”, a song by Agaw Armas, a revolutionary cultural group from the Southern Mindanao Region, typically sang by Red fighters to greet the morning of a comrade’s birthday to further boost their revolutionary spirit.
Posted by: DAVAO TODAY
Posted date: February 08, 2014
Turning 75 this February 8, Professor Jose Maria Sison, chief consultant of the National Democratic Front on the peace negotiations, answer questions from Davao Today on current issues ranging from peace talks to the possibility of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte running as president.
At the University of the Philippines SOLAIR,
Diliman, Quezon City on February 8, 2014
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
I am deeply pleased and honored by the publication of the three books: Defeating Revisionism, Reformism and Opportunism, Building Strength through Struggle and Celebration. I thank the publishers and the organizers, speakers and all other participants in the launch of these books today.
Talumpati sa Porum ng mga Lider, Kasapi at Alyado
ng Bagong Alyansang Makabayan-Gitnang Luson
Pebrero 8, 2014
ni Prop . Jose Maria Sison
International League of Peoples’ Struggle
Mga Kababayan at mga Kaibigan,
Nagpapasalamat ako sa inyong paanyayang magsalita sa inyong porum. Salamat din na itinaon ninyo ito sa aking kaarawan. Nagpapaabot ako ng marubdob na pagbati ng pakikiisa sa inyo at pagnanais na magkamit kayo ng malalaking tagumpay sa inyong anti-imperyalista at demokratikong pakikibaka.
Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines
By New Culture Magazine
Communist Reconstruction Union of Brazil
What is your position towards Mao Zedong Thought or Maoism? Are there big differences between treating the theoretical contributions of Mao Zedong to scientific socialism as “Mao Zedong Thought” or “Maoism”? What would consist in taking Maoism as the third stage in the development of the theory of the practice of the proletariat? Would Maoism get in contradiction with the contributions given by other theoreticals of scientific socialism, like President Kim Il Sung with its Juche Idea?
Third book of Professor Jose Maria Sison from the 5-book series on Continuing the Philippine Revolution
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