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Column: ‘Jumu-Junjun,’ ‘jumo-Joma’

Published on January 28, 2014.

Twice over the Christmas holidays I chanced upon an intriguing locution. In one tweet, the driver of a car honking obnoxiously was described with the use of a new verb: “Jumu-Junjun!” I also overheard someone describe a man throwing his weight around in the exact same way: “Jumu-Junjun.” 836 more words

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Verses from Ho Chi Minh's Prison Diaries

While crossing the border to China in 1942 to seek support for the Vietnamese struggle for national liberation, revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh was arrested and detained by Kuomintang authorities. 1,292 more words


SELDA demands release of ailing political prisoner on humanitarian grounds

For immediate release

News Release

15 July 2013

Rights group SELDA (Samahan ng Ex-Detainees Laban sa Detensyon at Aresto) demanded the release of a political prisoner who is now in a critical condition at the Jose R. 340 more words

Press Release

Development, Current Status, and Prospects of Maoist Theory and Practice in the Philippines

By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
Founding Chairman

Communist Party of the Philippines
Conference on Maoism
Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht
05 September 2012

Introduction: Definition of Maoism… 15,549 more words


Demistipikasyon sa Imahen ng Imperyalismong U.S.

Komparatibong Pagsusuri sa mga dokumentaryong pelikulang The U.S. and the Philippines: In Our Image (Stanley Karnow / Andrew Pearson) at Sa Liyab ng Libong Sulo… 2,027 more words


Musings on “The Guerilla is Like a Poet”

The poetry of the Filipino revolutionary leader Jose Ma Sison as collected in Prison and Beyond is part of a long tradition of protest literature that aims to contribute in the weakening of an unjust social order. 1,226 more words