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Replies to National Defense College students

Replies to questions from Senior Colonel Executive Participants, National Defense College of the Philippines, through NDCP President BGen. (Ret) Fermin de Leon, Jr.

By Prof. JOSE MARIA SISON
Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines

  1. What is your greatest motivation in deeply pursuing your cause?

    Jose Maria Sison (JMS): To serve the Filipino people, especially the toiling masses of workers and peasants, along the line of national liberation and democracy against foreign monopoly capitalism, domestic feudalism and bureaucrat capitalism, and thus to pave the way for a fundamentally new and better future.

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Replies to National Defense College students

Replies to questions from Senior Colonel Executive Participants, National Defense College of the Philippines, through NDCP President BGen. (Ret) Fermin de Leon, Jr.

By Prof. JOSE MARIA SISON
Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines

  1. What is your greatest motivation in deeply pursuing your cause?

    Jose Maria Sison (JMS): To serve the Filipino people, especially the toiling masses of workers and peasants, along the line of national liberation and democracy against foreign monopoly capitalism, domestic feudalism and bureaucrat capitalism, and thus to pave the way for a fundamentally new and better future.

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The new democratic revolution through protracted people’s war

Lecture at the Forum for Liberation Theology
Centre for Liberation Theologies, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Belgium, 15 May 2014

JMS youtube 15may2014By JOSE MARIA SISON
Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines

I thank the Centre for Liberation Theologies for inviting me to this Forum for Liberation Theology to speak on the new democratic revolution through protracted people’s war. It is an honor and pleasure for me to interface and dialogue with theologians and others who are seriously interested in knowing the nature and development of the Philippine revolution, and the relationship of Christians with the Filipino people’s struggle for national and social liberation.

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The new democratic revolution through protracted people’s war

Lecture at the Forum for Liberation Theology
Centre for Liberation Theologies, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Belgium, 15 May 2014

JMS youtube 15may2014By JOSE MARIA SISON
Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines

I thank the Centre for Liberation Theologies for inviting me to this Forum for Liberation Theology to speak on the new democratic revolution through protracted people’s war. It is an honor and pleasure for me to interface and dialogue with theologians and others who are seriously interested in knowing the nature and development of the Philippine revolution, and the relationship of Christians with the Filipino people’s struggle for national and social liberation.

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