Pagbati sa Kilometer 64 Poetry Collective (KM64) sa ika-10 Anibersaryo ng Pagkakatatag
Ni Prop. Jose Maria Sison
Kapwa Makata at Tagapangulong Tagapagtatag ng Kabataang Makabayan
Tagapangulo, International League of Peoples’ Struggle
11 Marso 2013
Taos puso akong nagpapaabot ng maalab at mapagpalayang pagbati sa Kilometer 64 Poetry Collective (KM 64) sa okasyon ng ika-10 anibersaryo ng pagkakatatag nito. Maningning na bahagi kayo ng kasaysayan at kasalukuyang agos ng paglikha ng mga makabayan at rebolusyonaryong mga tula sa Pilipinas.
Por el Prof. José María Sison
Liga Internacional de Lucha de los Pueblos
06 de marzo 2013
Nosotros, la Liga Internacional de Lucha de los Pueblos, transmitimos nuestro más sentido pésame a la familia del camarada Hugo Chávez, Presidente de Venezuela y el líder de la Revolución Bolivariana, y a las amplias masas del pueblo de Venezuela.
We, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle, convey our most heartfelt condolences to the family of Comrade Hugo Chavez, President of Venezuela and leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, and to the broad masses of the people of Venezuela.
Interview with Prof. Jose Maria Sison, Chairperson of International League of Peoples’ Struggle
By D. L. MONDELO
06 March 2013
1. The Sulu sultanate was supposed to have ceded Sabah to the Republic of the Philippines in 1962. In the first place, how did the sultanate come to rule and own Sabah?
JMS: The Sulu sultanate had ruled and owned Sabah since 1704 when this was ceded by the Sultan of Brunei as reward to the Sultan of Sulu for helping him defeat his enemies. I presume the Sabah people of Mindanao ancestry, especially the Tausugs, Samals, Iranons and others, were the main political base of the Sulu sultanate in Sabah.
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