More than five decades since the declaration of martial law, the Filipino people once again find themselves in a lurid moment of déjà vu. From enforced disappearances, fake surrenders, political killings to widespread corruption amid economic and social crises – history seems to repeat itself. The disappearance and eventual resurfacing of two environmental activists Jhed
The decision of the Catholic church leadership thru its Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) to join the much-despised NTF-ELCAC (National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict)
The key and ultimate solution to high prices of rice is implementing genuine land reform in order to end tenancy which is especially prevalent in ricelands. Landlessness is the basic condition under which palay farmers are subject to feudal and semifeudal exploitation. Wealth accumulated through collection of rent based on land monopoly is the biggest impediment to raising productivity.More
The ambush in Quezon is a major slap on the face of the AFP and the National Task Force (NTF)-Elcac. It proves that the peasant masses and people in Quezon,More
The Special Office for the Protection of Children (SOPC) of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) expresses outrage on the killing of another minor at the hands ofMore
In his second State of the Nation Address (SONA) on July 24, Marcos Jr. was deceitful in portraying the real situation of the Philippines, made dishonest claims of achievements, and ended with undoable promises.
Inspired by Ka Joma’s boundless revolutionary optimism, the Party and all patriotic and democratic forces are determined to bring theMore