Ni Prop. Jose Maria Sison
Tagapangulo, International League of Peoples’ Struggle
Mensahe sa Ikatlong Panrehiyong Kongreso ng Karapatan-Gitnang Luson
Hunyo 17, 2013
Taospusong nagpapaabot ang International League of Peoples’ Struggle ng militanteng pakikiiisa at pagsuporta sa Karapatan-Gitnang Luson sa okasyon ng Ikatlong Panrehiyong Kongreso nito.
Malugod naming binabati ang mga delegadong kumakatawan sa mga tsapter ng mga lalawigan ng Gitnang Luson, mga organisasyong sektoral ng alyansa, mga alyado, mga panauhin at mga tagapagtaguyod ng karapatang tao.
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle
June 15, 2013
We, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle, praise the heroic act of Edward Snowden in exposing PRISM, a secret national security electronic surveillance program operated by the US National Security Agency (NSA) since 2007. We applaud his noble and democratic purpose of making the exposure in order to defend the privacy rights of American citizens and the people of the world.
GODPARENTS & GUESTS AT THE UNITED FRONT BAPTISM OF JASM DE LIMA-SISON, OFFICIATED BY CARDINAL SIN AT HIS PALACE
IN VILLA SAN MIGUEL IN 1983
Front row kneeling, from left to right: Joker Arroyo, Rene Saguisag, Jejomar Binay and
Jose Valencia with son Eljay. Children at the back are Nikki and Karl Agcaoili.
Back row standing are: Etta Rosales, Antonio Rosales, Lourdes Benito-Alcantara,
Lorenzo M. Tanada, Juan T. David (partly visible behind Sen. Tañada), Baby Jasm de Lima-Sison
held by mother Julie de Lima-Sison, Rosario Agcaoili (behind Julie), Dr. Ramon C. Sison and
Dr. Rosario Fernandez-Sison (partly visible behind husband Ramon).
We would like to thank the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan National Secretariat and NCR Chapter, Kilusang Mayo Uno and the striking Pentagon workers and members of the Ilaw at Bukluran ng Manggagawa federation, Kabataang Artista para sa Tunay na Kalayaan (Karatula), Kapisanan ng mga Mandudula sa Marikina (KMM), Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas, Kalipunan ng Damayang Mahihirap and the individual members and officers of the Concerned Artists of the Philippines who supported in various capacities the production of the film The Guerrilla is a Poet.
Your contributions to the film have been invaluable and will help in ensuring its successful launch and distribution to the widest possible audience.
We look forward to your continuing support for this undertaking when the film is finally released to the public on June 26, 2013.
Muli, maraming salamat mga kasama!
JULIE (Julieta de Lima)
JOMA (Jose Maria Sison)
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
International League of Peoples’ Struggle
6 June 2013
We, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), stand in solidarity with and support the Turkish people in their uprising against the anti-democratic and pro-imperialist government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP).
By Rey Claro Casambre*
Philippine Peace Center
Posted By Bulatlat.com
June 19, 2004
Who can now say that twelve years ago (that was in 1992, when the movement was rumored or believed by many, in deep internal crisis, and the government was claiming strategic victory over the New People’s Army) you actually believed or could imagine that the Philippine government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) would sit across each other on the negotiating table as two equal entities, hold peace talks abroad with a foreign government as a neutral third party, and sign formal agreements, such as an agreement to respect human rights and international humanitarian law?
By Rica Arevalo
Philippine Daily Inquirer
May 31, 2013 | 10:48 pm
When we visited the set of “The Guerrilla is a Poet,” codirector Sari Dalena was down with the flu, so we chatted with her sister, Kiri, to discuss their entry for the CineFilipino Film Festival.
Kiri, who was the cinematographer of the 2011 CinemaOne Best Picture winner, “Ka Oryang,” shares, “I’ve worked with Sari in various capacities—as a cinematographer, production designer, talent, writer and, now, as codirector.”
The multitasking siblings complement each other. Kiri shares, “We’re interested in Philippine history, martial law, living historical figures, and the revolutionary movement. Our collaboration starts before we go to the set—meetings, deciding on the actors, the budget, etc. We also correct each other.”
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