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[20 Oct 2012 | | ]
On the Peace Framework Signing between the GPH and the MILF

Official Statement of the Rebolusyonaryong Partido ng Manggagawa – Mindanao (RPM-M) on the Peace Framework Signing between the Government of the Philippines (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) 15 October 2012

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[27 Apr 2012 | | ]
Revolutionary Mass Movements: Who shall Build and Strengthen?

Revolutionary movements are and will always be grounded with the masses’ conditions. They grow and gain strength from the real support and followings of the masses. Without the situations of injustices, massive poverty and hunger, inequalities, monopolies and elitist social structure that victimize the masses no revolutionary movements with the political aim to achieve structural change in power relations will not have ground and reason to exist.

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[19 Apr 2012 | | ]
No saviour from on high delivers

After two years, the PNoy government has shown its worth, the people should prepare themselves for the worst and strengthen their ranks…

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[9 Oct 2010 | | ]
The Second Congress of the Revolutionary Workers’ Party (Mindanao) – An Eyewitness Report

Introduction: an historical note
by Pierre ROUSSET
The Revolutionary Workers’ Party (Mindanao) (Rebolusyonaryong Partido ng Mangagawa-Mindanao or RPM-M) – was founded in 2001. But it is the product of a history which goes back a decade earlier, to the crisis of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP, Maoist) in 1992-1993. This crisis resulted in a whole series of splits, involving particularly commissions dealing with sectors of the party’s work and territorial, regional party structures. In the South of the archipelago, this was the case with the Central Mindanao Region or CMR.
Let …

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[27 Sep 2010 | | ]
No Illusions! Challenge the Aquino Regime!

Official Statement of the Katipunan ng mga Kabataang Kadre on the New Aquino Regime

Advance the Demands of the Youth alongside the Democratic Demands of the Masses!
As the smoke of the 2010 elections are settling down and the new Aquino regime is building up its government, the various Left Blocs and Movements in the Philippines are discussing on how to engage the new regime given its promised change and the vast mandate it garnered, the biggest in history, during the latest bourgeois elections. The attitude of the Left Movements varies, ranging from outright confrontation, …