The reactionary system is coddling Gen. Jovito Palparan

Information Bureau
Communist Party of the Philippines
February 3, 2012

It has been close to two months since a warrant was issued by the Malolos Regional Trial Court for General Palparan's arrest for the abduction and illegal detention of UP students Karen Empeño and Sherlyn Cadapan. To this day, the fascist butcher remains at large. Everyday that the indicted fascist criminal Gen. Jovito Palparan continues to enjoy freedom, the more the anguish suffered by the victims of his years of fascist rampage. The longer the Aquino regime fails to bring him to justice, the more the Filipino people's anger builds up.

In failing to put General Palparan behind bars, the Aquino regime is making a mockery of its own justice system. The longer General Palparan evades arrest, the more credulous are reports that he is being coddled by high-ranking military and police officers and supported by big bourgeois compradors who have benefited from his brutal suppression of the people's democratic struggles.

Armed revolution and the people will frustrate the intensification of militarization in Negros

Juanito Magbanua
Apolinario Gatmaitan Command - NPA-Negros
February 3, 201

The Apolinario “Boy” Gatmaitan Command (AGC) salutes the unit of the NPA under the Roselyn “Ka Jean” Pelle Command (North Negros) for a successful military action against the 62nd IB PA where 2 elements of the AFP were killed in action and many others wounded base on initial reports. The encounter took place in Hacienda Lope, Barangay Andres Bonifacio in Cadiz City last January 31, 2012. The said tactical offensive frustrated the AFP’s plan for a coordinated campaign against the NPA in the said area that has been declared by the military as insurgency-free lately.

Aquino puppetry, US military intervention incites people's patriotism and armed revolution--CPP

Information Bureau
Communist Party of the Philippines
February 01, 2012

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today lambasted demands by the Philippine government for the New People's Army (NPA) to surrender its weapons, even as it reiterated its calls for the intensification of tactical offensives to punish the Aquino regime's national treachery.

Nearly a Year After: GPH Continues to Renege on Its Obligations under the JASIG; Now, Harasses NDFP JASIG-Protected Persons

Luis G. Jalandoni
Chairperson, NDFP Negotiating Panel
January 30, 2012

Nearly a year after resumption of formal talks last February 2011, the Government of the Philippines (GPH, formerly GRP) continues to renege on its obligations under the Joint Agreement on Safety and Immunity Guarantees (JASIG). It now harasses some of the 17 JASIG-protected persons of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP).


Revolutionary Socialist Party (U.S.)
January 25, 2012


According to reports, Philippine officials are in talks with the Obama administration about expanding the U.S. military presence in the archipelago as part of the strategy to counter China in the Pacific.

Punish the Aquino regime for its national treachery and all-out puppetry

Communist Party of the Philippines
29 January 2011

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) call on the Filipino people to heighten their resistance to US military interventionism and the allout puppetry of the Aquino regime. They must oppose the treachery of the Aquino regime in allowing US armed troops to carry out military operations in the Philippines and providing them unhampered access to Philippine facilities.

The CPP and the Philippine revolutionary forces condemn the January 26-28 Strategic Defense Dialogue (SSD) held in Washington between American security and defense officials and their Philippine stooges in the Aquino government. Summoned by their American masters, Philippine puppet officials are receiving instructions concerning the role to be played by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Aquino regime within the context of the priorities of US "global military strategy" set forth in the document "Sustaining US Global Leadership" released by the US Department of Defense just a few weeks ago.