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  • Philippines Communist Rebel Group Takes Aim at Chinese Firms Building Infrastructure and Military Bases in the Country

    10/26/2020 10:02:19 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 12 replies
    Epoch Times ^ | 10/26/2020 | George Fu
    Communist guerrillas in the Philippines have trained their sights on Chinese state-owned firms building infrastructure and military bases in the country, projects that have the backing of President Rodrigo Duterte. The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) has ordered its military wing, the New People’s Army, to target firms involved in the construction of seven Chinese military bases in the West Philippines Sea (the eastern parts of the South China Sea that are part of the Philippines’ exclusive economic zone).The CPP claims the projects violate Philippine sovereignty and destroy marine resources within its exclusive economic zone, according to a statement.While...
  • Why Are Kamala Harris and BLM Helping the Chinese Progressive Association Finance the Black Futures Lab?

    09/17/2020 6:37:40 PM PDT · by Fedora · 16 replies
    Original research | 09/17/2020 | Fedora
    On February 26, 2018, Black Lives Matter cofounder Alicia Garza launched the Black Futures Fund, which discloses on its donations page that “Black Futures Lab is a fiscally sponsored project of the Chinese Progressive Association”. The CPA, active in areas such as San Francisco and Boston, has long and deep ties to Chinese Maoist activity in the United States. Cofounder and board chair emeritus Pam Tau Lee was active during her student days at Cal State Hayward and Berkeley with the I Wor Kuen, a Chinese Maoist counterpart of the Black Panthers which merged with the Red Guard Party, a...
  • The National Police Association endorses Ted Cruz for President, 2016

    09/10/2015 6:34:23 AM PDT · by Isara · 17 replies
    NPA Facebook ^ | September 9, 2015 | National Police Association
    The National Police Association endorses Ted Cruz for President, 2016. Senator Ted Cruz recognizes that “Police are under assault right now at an unprecedented level.” Cruz went on the record in support of law enforcement officers across the country. “The violence we’re seeing directed against law enforcement is a direct manifestation of the harsh rhetoric and the vilification of police officers and law enforcement that sadly has come all the way from the top,” Cruz said.
  • 2 NPA rebels slain, 2 cops wounded in fighting in Southern Philippines

    07/10/2014 12:31:24 PM PDT · by Torquay · 17 replies
    Mindanao Examiner ^ | 7/10/2014 | J. Magtanggol
    Two communist rebels were killed and two policemen wounded in a firefight on Thursday afternoon in the southern Philippines, officials said.
  • Police killed in Philippine ambush (maoist rebels)

    05/27/2013 5:06:46 AM PDT · by csvset · 11 replies
    BBC ^ | 27 may 2013 | BBC
    Seven police commandoes have been killed in a bomb and gun attack by communist rebels in the northern Philippines, officials say. Rebels from the New People's Army (NPA) ambushed the group as they made their way to a medical exam. Their truck was hit by an explosion, after which the militants opened fire, police said. Seven other commandoes were also injured in the attack. The incident took place near Allacapan, 400km (250 miles) north of Manila. Those who died were members of an elite counter-insurgency police unit, reports said. The NPA has been fighting for a communist state for more...
  • This is NPR: National Private Radio (Defund 'em now)

    03/17/2011 4:09:27 AM PDT · by tobyhill · 8 replies · 1+ views
    Fox News ^ | 3/17/2011 | by Chad Pergram
    You hear him at the end of nearly every NPR broadcast. The host wraps up the news. And then on comes the mystery voice, reading the underwriting credits. The voice utters authoritarian decrees, postulating that "Silk is soy" or asserting that "ADM" is "supermarket to the world." And then there's the payoff line, as the steady elocution of the mystery voice waxes ever so slightly on a solitary word. "This is NPR. National Public Radio." If Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) gets his way in the House of Representatives today, the mystery voice may have to alter his patter. "I want...
  • Andy Stern, A Member of Obama's Fiscal Responsibility Commission, Says...

    06/09/2010 1:22:50 AM PDT · by Cindy · 34 replies · 147+ views
    CNS ^ | Tuesday, June 08, 2010 | By Penny Starr, Senior Staff Writer
    "Andy Stern, A Member of Obama’s Fiscal Responsibility Commission, Says ‘Worshipping the Market’ Has Failed America" PHOTO CAPTION: "Andy Stern, former head of Services Employees International Union (SEIU) and a President Barack Obama appointee to the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, said on Monday that the free market has failed the country and American workers. He made his remarks at a conference of the Campaign for America's Future in Washington, D.C., on Monday. ( Starr)" SNIPPET: "( – Andy Stern, the former head of the Service Employees International Union who now sits on President Obama's National Commission on...
  • The Rise of the Thug Left

    06/03/2010 12:46:24 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 34 replies · 1,401+ views
    American Thinker ^ | June 3, 2010 | J.R. Dunn
    Actually, they're getting tough in a lot of places. They proved very tough for Hamas operatives in the Eastern Mediterranean last weekend. They were tough in poor Balto as well, with seven people shot to death. (Baltimore should be one of the jewels of the East Coast, but of course, it's no such thing. I wonder who's been running the place the last century.) It was nearly as tough in Chicago, with twelve shot and three dead. But when has there ever been good news from the Windy City? But none of these, however bad they may be, have the...
  • Philippine troops kill 7 communist rebels

    01/13/2010 11:46:43 PM PST · by rdl6989 · 8 replies · 318+ views
    Yahoo News/AP ^ | Jan 14, 2010
    MANILA, Philippines – Philippine soldiers killed seven communist rebels in a clash north of Manila on Thursday, as government troops pressed their campaign to end the 40-year-old insurgency this year, an army spokesman said. Troops encountered about 30 New People's Army guerrillas in Bulacan province, triggering an hourlong battle that left seven dead, one of the highest fatalities among the rebels in recent weeks, Lt. Col. Arnulfo Burgos said. Rebel spokesmen could not be immediately reached for comment.
  • Obama Using Executive Powers To Organize Angry Anti-Capitalist Protests On The Streets Of America?

    05/05/2010 7:47:19 PM PDT · by george76 · 21 replies · 869+ views
    bg ^ | May 5th 2010 | Andrew Marcus
    From the cheap seats, it sure does look like the President of the United States is using the powers of the Executive to coordinate with Andy Stern to organize a series of protests entitled “Showdown In America.” National People’s Action ...NPA, together with SEIU and the AFL-CIO, is organizing a series of angry marches against Wall Street and capitalism. NPA is a very dangerous and radical group that isn’t shy about its radical philosophy. NPA wrote the dreaded Community Reinvestment Act which community organizers like Barack Obama used to shake down banks. It turns out that President Obama is even...
  • George Soros and America's Coming Election Crisis (Part 1)

    07/16/2004 5:55:38 PM PDT · by Richard Poe · 109 replies · 12,902+ views ^ | July 16, 2004 | Richard Poe
    <p>IF YOU ENJOYED the election crisis of 2000, you’re going to love what Democrat leaders are cooking up for November.</p> <p>"George Soros has purchased the Democratic Party," charges Republican National Committee spokeswoman Christine Iverson. (2) Some might dismiss Miss Iverson's comment as hyberbole. However, Soros' massive soft-money contributions have indisputably given him power over Democrat strategy.</p>
  • Philippine Army Confirms Alliance Between Muslim And Communist Rebels In Mindanao

    08/27/2008 9:42:59 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 11 replies · 890+ views ^ | August 27, 2008
    MANILA, Philippines (Mindanao Examiner / August 27, 2008) – The Philippine Army on Wednesday confirmed government reports that Muslim rebels and have forged an alliance with communist insurgents in Mindanao, where security forces are battling the guerillas. Colonel Daniel Lucero, commander of the Army’s Civil-Military Operations, said the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and the outlawed New People’s Army have forged a formal alliance as early as in 1999. “In fact, an informal agreement has been in existence since the late 1980’s. The formal link between the NDF, represented by the Mindanao Commission, and the MILF was forged in 1999. The...
  • Mindanao, Islamic rebels drive more than a thousand Christians from their land

    05/03/2008 11:16:06 AM PDT · by george76 · 15 replies · 212+ views
    asia news ^ | 05/03/2008 | Santosh Digal
    The Moro Islamic Liberation Front has forced about 1,200 Christian farmers to flee from a village in the southern province of Mindanao. This is confirmed by the local police, who withdrew from the area in order to avoid an armed conflict with the rebels. This situation deteriorated last week, when Malaysia withdrew its mediators from the province, the stronghold of the Muslim Filipinos. Garcia, a local farmer, recounts: "The Islamic Front arrived suddenly and claimed their forefathers owned the land we are farming, and at gunpoint told us to leave. Police were not allowed entry, so they backed off to...
  • Saddam's Philippines Terror Connection(Yes, Saddam financially supported terrorists)

    03/18/2006 5:58:16 AM PST · by KCRW · 129 replies · 3,699+ views
    Weekly Standard ^ | 03/18/2006 | Stephen F. Hayes
    SADDAM HUSSEIN'S REGIME PROVIDED FINANCIAL support to Abu Sayyaf, the al Qaeda-linked jihadist group founded by Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law in the Philippines in the late 1990s, according to documents captured in postwar Iraq. An eight-page fax dated June 6, 2001, and sent from the Iraqi ambassador in Manila to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Baghdad, provides an update on Abu Sayyaf kidnappings and indicates that the Iraqi regime was providing the group with money to purchase weapons. The Iraqi regime suspended its support--temporarily, it seems--after high-profile kidnappings, including of Americans, focused international attention on the terrorist group. The...
  • Nepal's Maoists inspire Philippine comrades

    04/29/2006 11:29:17 AM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 2 replies · 190+ views
    Reuters ^ | 29 Apr 2006 | Carmel Crimmins
    SOUTHERN LUZON, Philippines, April 29 (Reuters) - From his coconut leaf hut deep in the forest, Gregorio Rosal, one of the Philippine's most-wanted men, smiles in admiration at the recent success of Nepal's Maoist rebels. "Their advance has been inspiring," the chief spokesman for the communist insurgent New People's Army (NPA) told Reuters. "The protracted people's war that Mao practiced in China." Nepal's rebels loosely aligned themselves with mainstream political parties and forced the autocratic king to cede power this week. The NPA, waging the world's longest-communist insurgency, wants a similar tie-up with disgruntled soldiers and political opposition groups to...
  • IAEA refers Iran to UN Security Council over nuclear activities

    02/04/2006 2:59:03 AM PST · by HAL9000 · 84 replies · 5,346+ views
    AFP via Babelfish translation | February 4, 2006
    ALARM - the IAEA returns Iran in front of the Security Council of UNO VIENNA - the council of the governors of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) decided Saturday by vote to transmit the Iranian file to the Security Council of UNO for his suspect nuclear activities, announced the IAEA.
  • Pakistan says nuclear network dismantled (A. Q. Khan update)

    01/05/2006 8:20:21 AM PST · by HAL9000 · 5 replies · 390+ views
    Associated Press | January 5, 2005
    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistan said Thursday it had taken all "appropriate action" to break up the underground nuclear network run by its former chief nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan. Foreign Minister Khursheed Kasuri made the remarks one day after a British newspaper alleged Khan's network may still be in operation. The Guardian report cited an unidentified European Union source. "Pakistan is very sorry and is very upset and has taken all appropriate action in dismantling the underground network," Kasuri said. "Dr. A.Q. Khan has fallen from the high pedestal that he had," he said, adding that Khan had...
  • Reds threaten to attack US troops

    12/26/2005 12:18:24 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 36 replies · 1,821+ views
    Inquirer ^ | Dec 27, 2005
    LUCENA CITY, Quezon -- Departing from their usual relatively open celebration, communist cadres and members of the New People's Army marked the 37th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) yesterday amid tight security around guerrilla camps and vigilance against possible attacks. They also aired a warning of possible assaults on American troops in the country and threatening attacks against the government. In a statement, the CPP criticized the US military for increasing intervention in the Philippines and urged militants to take steps to deter the US from "further plundering" the country. It called on its armed...
  • In capitalist Asia, Philippines still grapples with communists

    12/06/2005 6:16:52 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 1 replies · 248+ views
    Christian Science Monitor ^ | December 07, 2005 | Simon Montlake
    HACIENDA LUISITA, PHILIPPINES – Out beyond the picket line and the shuttered mill, the sugar fields of this vast plantation stretch to the horizon. To Rene Tua, a union activist whose father and grandfather also toiled on this land, it's a bittersweet vision. "I don't think it's fair for one family to own such a large piece of land. The farmers are the original owners ... and they should be given their land back," he says. The mill fell silent last year after unionists rejected a pay offer and led nearly 6,000 workers on strike. A week later, several men...
  • Philippines - NBI: US worried FBI files may have gone to Reds [Aragoncillo spy case]

    10/11/2005 10:36:58 PM PDT · by HAL9000 · 6 replies · 584+ views (Philippines) ^ | October 12, 2005 | Margaux Ortiz
    THE UNITED STATES is concerned classified documents allegedly stolen by Leandro Aragoncillo and Michael Ray Aquino may have ended up in the hands of communists, according to an official of the National Bureau of Investigation. Ricardo Diaz, chief of the NBI’s Interpol division, said at a recent meeting that US officials noted that known leftists were at the forefront of so-called destabilization efforts and mass actions in the country. “They said there was a possibility that the classified government information from the White House and FBI [the Federal Bureau of Investigation] are now in the hands of the local...