- Published: 19 April 2023 19 April 2023
Volume V, Number 07. April 15, 2023.
Last 29 March 2023, the toiling Filipino masses, revolutionary allies, Red commanders and fighters in the countryside celebrated the 54th anniversary of the New People’s Army (NPA) by honoring hundreds of heroes and martyrs who exemplified wholehearted service to the people and the cause of national liberation and democracy.
- Published: 27 March 2023 27 March 2023
Volume V, Number 06. March 31, 2023.
As tension between the US and China continue to escalate, the Philippines is more and more being drawn into the growing maelstrom of inter-imperialist conflict. Both superpowers profess to be friends of the Filipino people, but in fact have utter contempt of Philippine sovereignty.
- Published: 12 March 2023 12 March 2023
Volume V, Number 05. March 15, 2023.
Last March 6th, the Philippine House of Representatives hastily approved a resolution enabling changes to the 1987 Constitution through a constitutional convention (con-con). Should the companion legislation in the Senate push through, delegates of the Con-Con will be elected on 30 October this year and will start rewriting the Constitution as soon as November.
- Published: 26 February 2023 26 February 2023
On the occasion of the 37th year since the EDSA people power revolt, mass organizations of workers, peasants and the broadest sections of Philippine society in their thousands relive the spirit of a mass uprising that toppled a dictatorship. At the same time, the Filipino people remembers the horrors of martial law: a stark reminder of the current situation under the late dictator’s son and sitting President Marcos Jr.
- Published: 13 February 2023 13 February 2023
Commitments made in the recent visit of US Defense Sec. Lloyd Austin served to reinforce the neo-colonial relationship between the US government and the Marcos Jr. regime. Marcos Jr. gave Austin assurances to allow the US to establish more military bases and facilities inside AFP (Armed Forces of the Philippines) military camps and allow “joint maritime patrols” with the US military, in exchange for new military hardware contracts.