Insurgency

14 Feb 2022 – DOLE to workers: File raps vs ‘red-taggers’

Published by rudy Date posted on February 14, 2022

Mayen Jaymalin – The Philippine Star February 14, 2022 | 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) yesterday advised workers and trade groups anew to file criminal complaints against those who “red-tag” them.

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Manila court junks murder raps vs 15 Red leaders

Published by rudy Date posted on December 19, 2021

by Ghio Ong – The Philippine Star, 19 Dec 2021 MANILA, Philippines — A Manila court has dismissed murder charges filed against 15 communist leaders for their alleged role in the so-called “Hilongos mass grave” in Inopacan, Leyte 31 years ago.

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KMU wants NBI to identify red-taggers

Published by rudy Date posted on July 14, 2021

By: Tetch Torres-Tupas, INQINQUIRER.net, 14 Jul 2021 MANILA, Philippines – Labor group Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) has asked the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to identify the people behind several social media posts that tagged them and other cause-oriented organizations as part of the communist group.

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61 more Anakpawis members sever ties with Reds

Published by rudy Date posted on June 6, 2021

MANILA – A total of 61 members of Anakpawis, a sectoral front organization of the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army-National Democratic Front (CPP-NPA-NDF), severed ties with the communist group and voluntarily surrendered to the government.

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Doomed from the start: Why the communist insurgency is an unwinnable war

Published by rudy Date posted on June 1, 2021

A thorough review and evaluation of PH-US ties long overdue Next article By Jose ‘Pete’ T. Arce Jr., 1 Jun 2021 THE armed Philippine communist insurgency bred martyrs to its cause, posers after ego and gain and enormous collateral damage in its wake. For more than half a century, it raged from the cities to…

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Anti-red-tagging bill – cui bono?

Published by rudy Date posted on May 28, 2021

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Europe probes NGO ties with NPA

Published by rudy Date posted on March 31, 2019

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Published by rudy Date posted on March 28, 2019

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PHL communist insurgency, ‘the most brutal in the world’ (Part Four)

Published by rudy Date posted on August 29, 2018

By Cecilio Arillo, Businessmirror, Aug 29, 2018 Part Four The legitimacy of the Aquino administration THE lack of legitimacy haunts the Aquino administration from the day it unnecessarily usurped power from a duly elected president. According to a young and prominent lawyer from Batangas province who was murdered in front of the Manila Hilton sometime…

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PHL communist insurgency, ‘the most brutal in the world’

Published by rudy Date posted on August 27, 2018

By Cecilio Arillo, Businessmirror, Aug 27, 2018 Part Three Corruption abounds in the Aquino government WHILE the insurgency situation worsened in 1988, “corruption abounds” in the Aquino government. Joaquin “Chino” Roces, publisher and one of the owners of The Manila Times, in the course of receiving an honor award from Mrs. Aquino, said:

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PHL communist insurgency, ‘the most brutal in the world’ (Part 2)

Published by rudy Date posted on August 22, 2018

By Cecilio Arillo, Businessmirror, Aug 22, 2018 Part 2 Divided and ill-trained military THE once active Grand Alliance for Democracy, a Philippine opposition party, had revealed that “the Philippine military, which was then grossly divided, was failing in its task to contain the rising tide of communist insurgency.” Gen. Richard Stillwell echoed this observation, thus:…

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PHL communist insurgency, ‘the most brutal in the world’ (Part One)

Published by rudy Date posted on August 20, 2018

By Cecilio Arillo, Businessmirror, Aug 20, 2018 Part One IN the words of journalist Ross Munro, a well-known political observer of Southeast Asian politics and author of the revealing story on the rise and fall of Cambodia’s brutal Khmer Rouge, “The Philippines is saddled with a communist insurgency that is the fastest-growing, most threatening and…the…

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Sison and delusional communists are demanding what the Republic can never give

Published by rudy Date posted on November 27, 2017

BY RIGOBERTO D. TIGLAO, Manila Times, Nov 27, 2017 PRESIDENT Duterte’s decision to end all peace talks with the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), its New People’s Army and its dummy organization, the National Democratic Front, dismantles the illusion, propagated not just by the communists but also by the president’s negotiators, that the peace…

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Why Duterte walked away from the table: A reflection on the NDF peace process

Published by rudy Date posted on August 23, 2017

Did the ‘oligarchs’ – big business owners and Mindanaoan political elites – gain anything from the collapse of the talks? What about the national security establishment? The answer, I find, is mixed. by Luke Lischin, Rappler, Aug 23, 2017 Like others who did not assume that the peace talks between the government of the Philippines…

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Philippines’ communist rebellion: A new generation

Published by rudy Date posted on August 17, 2017

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NPA beyond control­—Joma

Published by rudy Date posted on May 11, 2017

by John Paolo Bencito, Manila Standard, May 11, 2017 Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Maria Sison has admitted that the leaders of the National Democratic Front negotiating panel based in Utretch do not have control over the rebels’ movements despite the ongoing peace negotiations between the government and the communist rebels.

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P109m lost in rebel raid on mining firm

Published by rudy Date posted on May 8, 2017

Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 08, 2017 TAGUM CITY—At least P109-million worth of vehicles and equipment were destroyed after communist rebels stormed a nickel mining firm in Mati City, Davao Oriental, on Saturday, authorities on Sunday said.

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14 quizzed after NPA attacked Lorenzo clan’s businesses in Mindanao

Published by rudy Date posted on April 30, 2017

By: Frinston Lim, Inquirer Mindanao, Apr 30, 2017 DAVAO CITY – Fourteen persons, including a woman, were detained for questioning by authorities during operations to hunt down about 100 communist rebels who attacked several businesses owned by the Lorenzo family in Southern Mindanao on Saturday, officials on Sunday said. Ten of the arrested were released…

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Extortion

Published by rudy Date posted on April 11, 2017

FIRST PERSON By Alex Magno (The Philippine Star), Apr 11, 2017 In their last meeting earlier this month, the negotiating panels of the Philippine government and the CPP-NPA agreed to an “interim” bilateral ceasefire agreement – whatever that may mean.

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Once upon a red star

Published by rudy Date posted on April 10, 2017

by Ninoy Sison, 06 April 2012 Through the years the Chinese secret service has constantly kept a keen eye on the Philippines, being strategically located in the South China Sea, long considered by China as a Chinese. Control early Philippine operations was handled directly from Yan’an, Mao Zedong’s stronghold and revolutionary base in mountainous Shanxi…

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Mindanao banana farmers seek more government protection from NPA

Published by rudy Date posted on April 3, 2017

By Jasper Y. Arcalas, Businessmirror, Apr 3, 2017 Banana farmers on Monday asked the government to step up its campaign against members of the New People’s Army (NPA) who have been attacking banana plantations in Mindanao for not paying “revolutionary taxes”.

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NPA admits burning heavy equipment in Cagayan, Quirino

Published by rudy Date posted on March 28, 2017

By: Melvin Gascon, INQInquirer, Mar 28, 2017 TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan — The New People’s Army on Tuesday (March 28) took responsibility for the burning of heavy equipment in Cagayan and Quirino provinces on March 26, five days before the communist rebels were expected to reinstall a unilateral ceasefire.

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Kadamay ‘pasaway’

Published by rudy Date posted on March 22, 2017

By Marichu A. Villanueva, (The Philippine Star), Mar 22, 2017 Whatever emotional ranting we hear from homeless families for being poor, this is not justification for any one of them to willfully take over and occupy vacant units in government housing projects. Legitimate owners of units in this government housing intended for public school teachers,…

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Why the Philippines can’t crush its deadly communist movement–even 50 Years later

Published by rudy Date posted on March 21, 2017

Ralph Jennings, CONTRIBUTOR, Forbes, Mar 21, 2017 The Philippines is a democracy always being tested by violent anti-government rebel groups. You hear a lot about the well-armed Muslim fronts that want more autonomy in the majority Catholic country and don’t mind battling troops from Manila or slaying foreign tourists. But one of the most nagging…

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NDF panelists don’t have field control

Published by rudy Date posted on March 8, 2017

By Jarius Bondoc (The Philippine Star), Mar 8, 2017 Peace talks between the government and communist rebels were going well when everything suddenly collapsed. Too bad, since the two sides already had inked three major agreements in three months in Oslo and Rome. Still, President Rodrigo Duterte had to call it all off. Guerrillas in…

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DOE condemns NPA attack on Bukidnon hydropower plant

Published by rudy Date posted on March 1, 2017

BY THE MANILA TIMES, Manila Times, Mar 1, 2017 The Department of Energy (DOE) strongly condemned the attack launched by the New People’s Army (NPA) on a hydropower plant project in Barangay Lumbayao, Valencia City in Bukidnon last Saturday.

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Report estimates cost of conflict, violence in PHL at P3.05 trillion

Published by rudy Date posted on February 19, 2017

By Cai Ordinario, Businessmirror, Feb 19, 2017 Violence and conflict in the Philippines had cost victims P3.05 trillion in economic losses, lost productivity and medical expenses, according to the Sydney-based Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP).

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Reinvent

Published by rudy Date posted on February 14, 2017

By Alex Magno (The Philippine Star), Feb 14, 2017 When President Rodrigo Duterte lifted government’s ceasefire declaration and ordered the troops to prepare for battle, the communists misread his intent.

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NPA undertook military operations at height of peace talks

Published by rudy Date posted on February 13, 2017

BY RIGOBERTO D. TIGLAO, Manila Times, Feb 13, 2017 Including raid on Henry Sy’s Pico de Loro resort in Nasugbu THE communist New People’s Army (NPA) undertook 18 armed attacks against government forces in February alone, or at the height of the peace talks, according to information in the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP)…

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The tragedy of the Philippine communist insurgency

Published by rudy Date posted on February 10, 2017

BY RIGOBERTO D. TIGLAO, Manila Times, Feb. 10, 2017 Last of a three-part series THE Philippine communist movement in the 1970s recruited not only the best and the brightest of the generation that came of age in that period, perhaps also one of the most patriotic,mostly in their teens and early twenties, yet who were…

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