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Building solidarity abroad for the National Democratic movement

Speech at gathering of the ILPS Hongkong and Macau Chapter
Duke of Windsor Auditorium, Hongkong

By Prof. JOSE MARIA SISON
NDFP Chief Political Consultant
Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle

Dear Compatriots and Friends,

Warmest greetings of solidarity!

I wish to thank the ILPS Hongkong and Macau Chapter for organizing this gathering with the theme, “Understanding the Filipino people’s struggle for human rights and a just and lasting peace”, for inviting me to speak on building solidarity for the national democratic movement in the Philippines and for launching the two books, Defeating Revisionism, Reformism and Opportunism; and Building Strength through Struggle.

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Building solidarity abroad for the National Democratic movement

Speech at gathering of the ILPS Hongkong and Macau Chapter
Duke of Windsor Auditorium, Hongkong

By Prof. JOSE MARIA SISON
NDFP Chief Political Consultant
Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle

Dear Compatriots and Friends,

Warmest greetings of solidarity!

I wish to thank the ILPS Hongkong and Macau Chapter for organizing this gathering with the theme, “Understanding the Filipino people’s struggle for human rights and a just and lasting peace”, for inviting me to speak on building solidarity for the national democratic movement in the Philippines and for launching the two books, Defeating Revisionism, Reformism and Opportunism; and Building Strength through Struggle.

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Joma at 75: No retirement after 55 years in service

By CHARED VERSCHUUR-BALLO
From www.gmanetwork.com

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands — It was a lot like a normal Filipino birthday party. There was cake, enough food to share, the ever-popular birthday noodles, and singing of the Happy Birthday song.

But what made Joma Sison’s 75th birthday celebration are details that can only be experienced by a revolutionary of 55 years.

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Joma at 75: No retirement after 55 years in service

By CHARED VERSCHUUR-BALLO
From www.gmanetwork.com

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands — It was a lot like a normal Filipino birthday party. There was cake, enough food to share, the ever-popular birthday noodles, and singing of the Happy Birthday song.

But what made Joma Sison’s 75th birthday celebration are details that can only be experienced by a revolutionary of 55 years.

Read more