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Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Seizin' the City: The enemy within

Joma Sison: “As in the gigantic mass actions of 1970, 1986 and 2001, the communists will exercise their right to join the protest actions in the national capital region and in the provinces…….The broad participation of youth and student demonstrators was significant. College and university campuses in Metro Manila and the provinces have been transformed into hotbeds of anti-Arroyo protests and fora for seeking truth behind the regime's lies. The upsurge and expansion of the youth and student protest movement to more campuses, factories, communities and streets should rouse anew and invigorate the propaganda movement against the hopelessly rotten regime and ruling system.”

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) calls on the Filipino people to further intensify their protest actions, muster the force of several hundred thousands up to millions all over the country and proceed to launch another people power uprising for the ouster of the Arroyo regime.”

If you listen to Lozada's speeches this days, he is dangerously crowing the same things as the above paragraph taken from the official site of the National Democratic Front. The point is, Lozada is not a communist but he may wittingly or unwittingly play into the hands of these people. Here's more, for future protests:

“The CPP supports the efforts of the organized forces and the broad anti-Arroyo united front in arousing, organizing and mobilizing the people for massive and powerful protest actions. At the same time, the revolutionary armed forces are instructed to intensify their tactical offensives against the fascist forces of the corrupt, brutal, lying and moribund US-Arroyo regime in a parallel effort to punish it and hasten its downfall.

Now there. It says something isn’t it?

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