Pagtagbaw sa nagharing hut-ong ang damgo sa US-Aquino nga goberno sa iyang SONA

Ka Maria Malaya
NDF-Northeastern Mindanao
Hulyo 27, 2010

Sa usa ka pagtan-aw daw gitagad sa US-Aquino ang problema sa katawhang Pilipino, sama sa kakulang sa bugas, sa tubig, kuryente apan dili kini ang batakang hinungdan sa kapobrehon sa mabagang katawhang mag-uuma ug mamumuo. Bisan kung dili kini ang batakang problema walay siya’y programa sa pagpaubos sa balayranan sa kuryente, pagpamaayo sa serbisyo sa tubig ug pagpataas sa produksyon sa humay ug mais.

Interview on GRP-NDFP Peace Negotiations With Luis Jalandoni

By Paolo Capino
RPN 9 News Desk Supervisor
July 28, 2010

Q.: Sir, do you have any pre-condition before you are willing to talk with the government?

We have no precondition for resuming formal peace talks with the Aquino government. We have repeatedly declared that we are ready to resume formal talks on the basis of The Hague Joint Declaration and other peace agreements signed from 1992 to 2004. The Hague Joint Declaration states that no precondition that negates the inherent character and purpose of peace negotiations may be imposed and that the agenda will take up human rights and international humanitarian law, social and economic reforms, political and constitutional reforms and end of hostilities and disposition of forces, in that sequence.

Noynoy Aquino will lead the Filipino people towards the path of deeper exploitation and deprivation

Jorge “Ka Oris” Madlos
27 July 2010

Noynoy Aquino’s first SONA devoted fifteen minutes, or 43% of his speech castigating Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo for graft and corruption and grave abuse of power. It is but proper for the Aquino government to run after GMA, Mike Arroyo and all their collaborators, including big tax evaders like Lucio Tan, and jail them. We are skeptical whether Mr. Aquino can achieve this within his six-year term, given that graft and corruption is deeply ingrained in a system ruled by the landed and comprador classes whose lackeys in government enrich themselves at the expense of deprived peasants and exploited workers. In fact, Cory Aquino’s regime miserably failed to stop corruption. It is not likely that Mr. Aquino’s “Truth Commission” will end the wanton pilferage of public coffers, and once and for all solve extra-judicial killings and other heinous crimes.

Pangatlong Tagumpay sa Apat na Araw: Trak ng 48th IB, Tinambangan ng NPA sa Maria Aurora

Ka Rowena Servante
Domingo Erlano Command, New People's Army-Aurora
Hulyo 27, 2010

Tinambangan ng isang yunit mula sa Domingo Erlano Command ang isang trak na puno ng mga sundalo sa highway ng Sitio Dimanlat, Brgy. Dianawan, Maria Aurora, Aurora kahapon ng ala-una ng tanghali. Ang mga sundalo ay padireksyon ng Brgy. Dianawan mula sa kabayanan ng Maria. Sa oras na ginagawa ang pahayag na ito ay inaalam pa ang laki ng pinsala sa mga sundalo. Napuruhan ang kanilang sinasakyang six-by-six trak ng mga putok mula sa mga kasama, at hindi na nagawa ng mga sundalo na makalaban. Sa halip, umarangkada na lang palayo ang sasakyan patungo sa Brgy. Dianawan habang tuloy-tuloy na pinuputukan ng mga kasama. Dito ito pinuntahan ng iba pang mga sasakyan ng militar na nagmula sa Sitio Buloy, Brgy. Decoliat, Maria Aurora. Inescortan ng 1 APC at dalawa pang six-by-six truck ang trak ng mga sundalo na naambush na nagmamadaling dumireksyon ng Nueva Ecija lulan ang mga tinamaan.

Peace talks premised on immediate ceasefire won't prosper--CPP

Information Bureau
Communist Party of the Philippines
July 28, 2010

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today reiterated its warning to the Aquino government against using the "immediate ceasefire" line as the premise for the resumption of formal peace talks with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP). The CPP has reiterated its readiness to immediately resume the long-suspended formal peace negotiations based on previously agreed principles and agenda and without any preconditions.

Let us commence discussing concrete proposals long put forward by the NDFP--CPP

Information Bureau
Communist Party of the Philippines
July 27, 2010

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today said the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) has long put forward substantive and concrete proposals for socio-economic and political reforms and challenged the Aquino government to immediately compose its counterpart negotiating panel and appropriate subcommittees in order to commence discussion on these draft agreements and the rest of the peace agenda in line with agreed upon procedures.

Two proposals for a just and lasting peace

Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Chief Political Consultant, NDFP Negotiating Panel
July 27, 2010

The Negotiating Panel of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) has repeatedly declared its readiness to resume peace negotiations with the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) under the Aquino II administration. It has also signalled its willingness to receive in The Netherlands or Norway a senior emissary or a team of emissaries of said administration to discuss the possible course and perspective of the GRP-NDFP peace negotiations.

Military coercing local government units through draconian MOA

Simon "Ka Filiw" Naogsan
Cordillera Peoples' Democratic Front
July 23, 2010

The latest maneuver of the 5th Infantry Division to impose a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on local provincial executives is a desperate and coercive measure that worsens the national oppression of the national minorities in the Cordillera.

Lies, all lies!

Ka Magno Udyaw
Leonardo Pacsi Command, NPA-Mountain Province
July 23, 2010

This is a reply to the many lies and slander spread by spokespersons of the 5th ID and its organic units against the revolutionary movement, especially after the victorious ambush staged by the Leonardo Pacsi Command against troops of the 52nd DRC last July 9 in Samoki, Bontoc, Mountain Province. It is clear that the 5th ID wants to demonize the revolutionary forces.

Filipino people wants Aquino to make Arroyo face justice, and more--CPP

Information Bureau
Communist Party of the Philippines
July 25, 2010

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today welcomed plans by Philippine Pres. Benigno Aquino III to expose in his state of the nation address (SONA) what he describes as "shocking cases" of unprecedented corruption by the Arroyo government, but added that "that will not be enough."