Entries by NDFP Peace Consultants

Militant Greetings to the National Democratic Front of the Philippines on the 43rd Anniversary of its Founding

We, foully detained National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) peace consultants and other political prisoners in Camp Bagong Diwa and in other detention areas throughout the country, send our militant greetings to the NDFP on the 43rd anniversry of its founding. The NDFP, a solid and deep alliance of 18 national democratic revolutionary organizations […]

Paggunita at Pagpupugay kay Ka Roger itong ika-47 taon ng Pagkakatatag ng Bagong Hukbong Bayan

Sa pagdiriwang nitong ika-47 taon ng pagkakatatag ng Bagong Hukbong Bayan(BHB), nais kong ipaabot ang taas-kamaong pagpupugay sa lahat ng mga pulang kumander at mandirigma, at mga nabuwal na bayani at martir ng pambansa demokratikong rebolusyon. Itong Marso 29, 2016, kaisa ako sa maraming nagbibigay ng taimtim na paggunita at pinakamataas na pagpupugay kay Kasamang […]

Political Prisoners Against Bongbong and Revival of Martial Law

We, political prisoners, have been foully thrown into jail on trumped-up charges by various post-Martial Law ruling regimes. The biggest bulk (more than 500 at present… and counting) of post-Martial Law political prisoners are now imprisoned under the present ruling regime of Benigno S. Aquino III. We, political prisoners, are all victims of continuing gross […]

Jail Anomalies and Fascism against Prison Inmates

We, political detainees at the Special Intensive Care Area (SICA1) Jail, watched with utter disgust, the last two days, repeated televised shots of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) forces’ brutal fascist reaction to the Makati City Jail inmates’ noise barrage. The noise barrage was in protest of, accordingly, the jail authorities’ role […]

On the 30th Anniversary of the 1986 EDSA People Power Uprising : Continuing Fight for Freedom, Justice, Social Causes, Peace and against Continuing Fascism

The 30th anniversary of the February 25, 1986 EDSA people power uprising against the Marcos outright fascist dictatorship takes place, on the one hand, in the midst of the continuing advance of the people’s struggles and, on the other hand, in the face of increasing blatant — as well as disguised — fascism. This, under the prevailing neocolonial socio-economic-political system that serves principally the richest and most powerful in the country and their imperialist masters.

Free All Political Prisoners! Persist in the Struggle for Justice, Human Rights, Social Progress, Peace and Freedom!

(Statement of NDFP Peace Consultants and Other Political Prisoners Detained in Camp Bagong Diwa on the International Day of Solidarity for Political Prisoners, December 3, 2015) On the occasion of the International Day of Solidarity for Political Prisoners, we, National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) peace consultants and other political prisoners detained in Camp […]

Letter from a Victim of Trumped-up Criminal Charges

While I, my human rights lawyers (from the Public Interest Law Center), other human rights advocates, my family, friends, and other sympathizers and supporters, have long suffered those false and malicious charges, that were filed against me by reactionary military forces and prosecutors, and that have taken seven painful years before being demolished, we are grateful to the two judges for finally recognizing the utter falsity of those charges, and boldly upholding my innocence.

More new transferees from the PNP Custodial Center in Camp Crame

We, National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) peace consultants, political detainees transferred from the Philippine National Police (PNP) Custodial Center in Camp Crame to the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) – Special Intensive Care Area 1 (SICA 1) Jail, and other political detainees here at the SICA 1 Jail, consider as a furtherance to our accumulating problems here the fact that two more fellow political detainees (Joel Enano and Rex Villaflor) have again just been transferred here from the PNP Custodial Center in Camp Crame last Nov. 4.

Political prisoners subjected all the more to heavy congestion and poor health conditions

The fact is that, at the PNP Custodial Center, there are only one or, at the most, two detainees per cell, while at the part of the SICA 1 Jail, where political prisoners are detained, there have already been four to five per cell before the transfer. The prison cells at the PNP Custodial Center and here at the SICA 1 Jail are of practically the same size.