Where are they?

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It has been more than six months since military operatives of the Arroyo regime brazenly abducted Comrade Leo Velasco in Cagayan de Oro City. In full view of the public, he was forced into a van by military men who introduced themselves as security forces and threatened others against intervening.

The CPP and the entire revolutionary movement vigorously condemn Ka Leo's cowardly abduction, the unbridled violation of his rights and the reactionary government and military's continued refusal to surface him. Fascist violence is rampant under the Arroyo regime against anyone who consistently resists the rotten and reactionary government, state and social system.

“Comrades, I just turned 18 years old!”

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There's no way the reactionary state can hinder the influx of fresh recruits from the ranks of the disgruntled youth to the New People's Army. As long as the ruling clique holds on to the political power, revoltuionary parents will offer their best sons and daughters to the New People's Army to participate in the armed struugle and the Filipino youth will hold the banner of victory in doing so.

Prof. Sison released from Dutch prison

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Friends and comrades greet NDFP Chief Political Consultant and CPP founding Chairperson Professor Jose Maria Sison in Utrecht, 13 September 2007, after a Dutch district court ordered his release from prison. Dutch police arrested Prof. Sison 28 August on trumped-up charges of ordering the killing of Philippine military agents Romulo Kintanar and Arturo Tabara in 2003 and 2004, reespectively. Dutch police also attacked and ransacked the office of the NDFP In Utrecht and the homes of six Filipino political refugees.

The Netherlands Court of Appeals on 3 October 2007 subsequently upheld the release order of Prof. Sison, stating that there is no direct evidence to link Prof. Sison to the killings and that he is not a criminal perpetrator in any sense.

‘Cause we love the people

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Rap music video. A squad of the New People's Army encounters elements of the mercenary AFP.

Terrorism or Arbitrariness?

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Dutch documentary filmmaker Kor Al interviews prominent Filipinos and legal experts to get the story behind the listing of Professor Jose Maria Sison as a 'terrorist' by the governments of the USA and Netherlands and the European Council, and asks the question: have these governments, without proof, arbitrarily pronounced someone a terrorist?

Red Saga

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The film begins and ends with a young peasant son doing a flag dance. A vivid landscape of metaphors on contemporary Philippine politics. A poetic take on the peasant struggle and the protracted people's war in Philippine countrysides.

NDFP 12-point Program

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The 12-point Program of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines.

Ka Roger Rosal on the May 2007 electoral fraud

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Bigwas (Offensive)

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The Filipino people and the New People's Army intensify the armed struggle against the fascist US-Arroyo regime.

“Apologize to people,” CPP tells PNP over police attack on Batangas school

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The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today demanded that the leadership of the Philippine National Police (PNP) take back its earlier accusation against the New People’s Army (NPA) for the burning of the Pinagbayanan Elementary School in Taysan, Batangas which resulted in the death of an election inspector and a poll watcher and injuries to a dozen others.

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