Entries by prismm

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Response to “Tribune” editorial vs CPP stand on Biden victory

PRISM received this emailed statement by a regular reader, who requested anonymity and will temporarily go by the initials “OC”, in response to the 13 November 2020 editorial of the Tribune of the People (https://tribuneofthepeople.news/2020/11/13/to-celebrate-bidens-victory-is-incompatible-with-anti-imperialism-an-open-letter-to-the-communist-party-of-the-philippines/). The TOTP editorial, in the form of an “open letter” to the Communist Party of the Philippines, criticizes the CPP […]

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On the Struggle Against the Marcos Fascist Dictatorship

Today, 21 September 2020, marks the 48th anniversary of the declaration of martial law throughout the Philippines by then President Ferdinand Marcos. In the declaration, he arrogated unto himself absolute powers on the pretext of defeating a Communist Party-led armed rebellion, “saving the Republic, and building a New Society.” Marcos and his wife Imelda, their […]

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Questions on Scientific Socialism

This question-and-answer format of a primer on Marxism-Leninism is the prepared text by Jose Ma. Sison for the fourth in a four-part series of webinars on his book, Basic Principles of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism. The webinar was conducted by the Anakbayan-Europa and the National Democratic Online School on 6 September 2020. The source of the text is […]

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Critique of the Trotskyite attacks on the CPP and the Philippine revolution

This interview with Jose Ma. Sison, founding chairperson of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), was published on 25 August 2020 in a special issue of Ang Bayan, official CPP newspaper. The interview focuses on a recent flare-up of accusations that Sison and the CPP “allied themselves” with Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte. Sison zeroes […]