Communist Party of the Philippines founder Joma Sison said that he is always a target of Bongbong Marcos’ trolls. While in exile, he discloses that he does not pay any attention to those alleged fake news. The allegations that he is very wealthy abroad and that Ninoy Aquino and he masterminded the Plaza Miranda grenade bombing in 1971 are obviously false, Sison added.
[VIDEO]: Joma Sison, binira si Pres. Duterte matapos kanselahin ang peace talks sa CPP-NPA-NDFP
Sison takes his latest arrest pronouncement in the Netherlands over alleged murder charges back home as another fake news. He attributed it this time to President Duterte’s troll army. He retaliates by calling the President the worst kind of terrorist who even surpasses the alleged dictatorship of the late President Ferdinand Marcos.
Target of Bongbong Marcos
The CPP founder complains that he has long been a target of Bongbong Marcos’ troll army. He said that the two bogus news websites which reported his so-called arrest by Dutch operatives for his alleged involvement in the assassination of three communist leaders in the Philippines in 2003 and 2006 are a mere rehash of his arrest by Dutch policemen in 2007.
Social Media Trolls
Sison admits that fake news in social media is effective in the short term. However, it won’t last long. “If there are truth teams in the central and chapters of patriotic and democratic organizations, they can easily answer and defeat this paid Marcos and Duterte trolls in e-warfare,” he said.
Sison went into self-exile in The Netherlands after the 1986 Edsa People Power Revolution. It ousted Bongbong Marcos’ father. The Liberal Party specifically the Aquinos benefitted from the revolt that Former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile calls a mutiny. The Aquino patriarch, Ninoy Aquino was the brain in the merger of the CPP-NPA that Du30 now officially declares as terrorist groups. If they are not connected, why does Sison talks similarly to Marcos’ VP rival, Leni Robredo whom he challenges in an election protest?
The Liberal Party headed by the late Ninoy Aquino blames the late president Ferdinand E. Marcos for Martial Law abuses including acts of terror during Martial Law like the Plaza Miranda bombing. Marcos slammed the accusers by throwing back the blame. That led to the stepping down of the strongman during the people’s power revolution in EDSA. Now, many players of those terror activities prove that Marcos is right. It was Aquino in collaboration with Joma Sison that masterminded the fatal events. Therefore, the CPP-NPA-NDF rebels are already terrorists ever since.
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[VIDEO]: Ninoy networked with the Communist Party.
Weak Sense of Nationalism
A weak sense of nationalism is evident through the country’s reputation as the biggest migrant nation in the region. There is an exploitative Spanish- and Chinese-descended elite mindset. Many would rather not be known as Filipinos.The country a fragile state that is easily manipulated by the oligarchy. Our great awe of foreign capital allows foreigners to dominate telecoms and other public utilities even if the Constitution prohibits so.
Longest Standing Communist Insurgency
We have the longest standing communist insurgency in the whole world. The Communist Party of the Philippines celebrated its 48th anniversary last December. Other Southeast Asian nations are not immune to communist insurgencies. China under Mao Zedong tried to foment Marxist revolution in the region to be able to construct a wall of communist client states around it to keep out the US dominion. However, those countries have crushed these insurgencies more than two decades ago—excluding the Philippines.
US Imperialism and Big Landlords Defeated by Marcos
US imperialism in the Philippines and big landlords may still exist but are somewhat defeated. The evidence is the kicking out of all US military bases in the country and the passing of land reform laws by the late president Marcos. The Liberal Party highly criticize these achievements of the strongman until now.
Enemies of the State are Demonizing the Government through Human Rights Accusations
It is now understandable why politicians under the Liberal Party like the Vice President Leni Robredo always shout to accuse the government of human rights violations when it comes to extra-judicial killings that allegedly results from the President’s war on illegal drugs. This is to give an image to the government that it is so demonic to get public sympathy. Once many people are brainwashed, they can already stage another people’s power revolution.
the National Democratic Front (NDF) is against the return of another Marcos in Malacanang. They issued a statement that says; “Bongbong Marcos’ as Vice President is courting a grave and inevitable disaster for the Filipino nation.” Oplan Tokhang and the Marcos burial are two of their main reasons for doubting President Rodrigo Duterte’s sincerity in complying to the NDF-government peace talks. Why are these communist insurgents worried about human rights? Are they not the ones giving hardships to the people of Mindanao for the chaos caused by their rebellion?
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[VIDEO]: Sison: War on drugs, Marcos burial hurting peace talks
– Dela Rosa angry, offended after killing of Korean in Camp Crame.
The Communist Rebels are Anti-Bongbong Marcos
In a Press Release, Rubi del Mundo, NDF-SMR spokesperson made their opinion known that Bongbong Marcos, son of the late president Ferdinand Edralin Marcos, has the temerity to try to wipe out the real score of his father’s reign.” They are obviously against Marcos’ success in the electoral protest for the Vice Presidency against V.P. Leni Robredo, just like the Liberal Party members. The late Ninoy Aquino was the brain of communist insurgency alliance in the Philippines.
Sison on Human Rights
NDF chief political consultant Jose Maria Sison confirms that Oplan Tokhang and the Marcos burial are among the issues hurting the peace talks because they allegedly violate the signed Comprehensive Agreement on Respect of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL).
War with the Poor
Duterte’s “Oplan Tokhang” is the police operation when they knock on homes of suspected users and pushers to persuade them to surrender. There are reports that government forces abuse the ceasefire with the New People’s Army through this strategy. Sison alleged that the government fails to punish the big-time drug criminals and can only make the poor suffer.
President Duterte believes that the rebels are fighting for the rights that they think they are entitled to – but is firm in his pursuing the war on drugs. Not even the U.N. and the Americans can slow him down. What more the communist rebels? However, in the name of peace, the government panel during their meeting in Rome assures the NDF the release of more than 400 political prisoners as petitioned but the judicial process takes time. The Martial Law victims’ compensation and EJK investigations also follow suit. The government also seeks to sign a bilateral ceasefire agreement that puts in place common rules for the military and the New People’s Army to avoid government forces-rebel troops encounters.
By: Elena Grace Flores
The Liberal Party hails Ninoy Aquino and wife Cory Aquino for the alleged preservation of democracy in the Philippines. Their son, former President Noynoy Aquino claims this as well. To the contrary, history dictates that Ninoy Aquino is the brain for the merging of Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and New People’s Army (NPA) that is responsible for the world’s longest running insurgency.
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[VIDEO]: An Aquino critic testifies Ninoy Aquino’s connivance with CPP-NPA citing proofs found in ABS-CBN library.
Connivance with the Rebels
Ninoy helps organize the New People’s Army (NPA) in December 1969 in Tarlac with Bernabe Buscayno or Kumander Dante as he is fondly called. Ninoy then connected the NPA with the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) led by former university professor Jose Maria Sison.
In a forum, a critic verified Nonoy Aquino’s role in the CPP-NPA alliance. He is in fact the brain. This completes his team for the Marcos takeover. The insurgent groups give him the physical force while he equip them with his ideology.
On November 1977, Ninoy Aquino is initially sentenced to death by firing squad before his US exile. Ninoy is pictured when he hears the death sentence, with Victor Corpuz (center) and Bernabe Buscayno (second from left) Bernabe Buscayno or Kumander Dante. He is the founder of the New People’s Army which is the military wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines.
If the quest of the Liberal Party to revise history that it may bear the truth be pursued, this particular detail should not be missed. It is clear that Ninoy Aquino advocates for communism while the late President Ferdinand E. Marcos fights so hard to retain democracy in the country, that prompts him to declare Martial Law.