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Hopeless Monsters

The rise of student rebel movement in the Philippines started as early as March, 1961 – the Cultural Association of the University of the Philippines against the Committee on Un-Filipino Activities (CUFA); in defense of academic freedom and the autonomy of the university. 731 more words


Joma supports GPH-NDF coalition under ‘President Duterte’

Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founding chairman Joma Sison responded positively to pronouncements made by Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte that he was willing to form a coalition with the CPP should he decide to run for president. 657 more words


The Hunger Games' President Snow read PH 'red book'

(Aaand… we’re back. After a two-year hiatus. It’s a protracted struggle, you know.)

The title itself caught our attention: a Philippine newspaper story on… 602 more words


The Hague: Thousands marched in solidarity with the people of Kobanê

Thousands of Kurdish sympathisers marched through the streets of The Hague to show their solidarity with the people of Kobanê, a kurdish city in Syria which is under attack by the ISIS for over a month now. 118 more words


Gen. Palparan: A Victim of Communist Agitprop

Controversial military man and freedom fighter retired Major Gen. Jovito Palparan was finally captured and arrested after three years in hiding. And as expected, the man’s critics and enemies– e.i., the communist– have been noisily celebrating his arrest and demanding that he be incarcerated for his alleged human rights violations.  277 more words

Noynoy Aquino

Chinese Reparations

I just appeared on a London-based television show hosted by Richie Allen and one of the co-producers asked me what would reparations look like and as I began to discuss my ideas on the topic (public policies that eliminate racial disparities), he said that he was Chinese and that Chinese are also subjected to discrimination and that I didn’t answer about Chinese. 229 more words

British Colonialism