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The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) joins all patriotic and democratic peoples and organizations around the world in extending solidarity with the Palestinian people, specifically the people in Gaza, as they intensify their armed resistance against the imperialist-backed occupation forces of Israel. For more than a century since the Balfour statement in 1917, […]
The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) expects heightened state terrorism and more violations of people’s rights as the US-Marcos regime unrolls its new National Security Policy (NSP 2023-2028). Released last August 10, the NSP is basically a ‘Christmas Wishlist’ of fascist dictators and peace saboteurs. For one, the NSP seeks to further empower […]
The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) is disheartened with the declaration of EU President Ursula von der Leyen that the human rights environment under Marcos Jr.’s administration has been “much better.” Marcos Jr. gloated as he declared that “…the Philippines and EU are like-minded partners through our shared values of democracy, sustainable and […]
The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) denounces the US-Marcos regime’s recent move to weaponize the civilian bureaucracy by appointing cabinet secretaries as Cabinet Officers for Regional Development and Security (CORDS) within the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-Elcac). Among the BBM regime’s most notable appointees are Justice Secretary Jesus […]
The National Democratic Front of the Philippines National Executive Council and the NDFP Peace Negotiating Panel strongly condemn the treacherous and cowardly abduction and summary executions of Ericson Acosta and his companion, Joseph Jimenez. Acosta was a resource person of the NDFP Peace Panel, specifically the Reciprocal Working Committee Socio-Economic Reforms (RWC-SER), while Jimenez was […]
Duterte’s ridiculous call for peace talks to be held in the Philippines and for Prof. Jose Maria Sison to be returned to the Philippines is bound to fail. In his desperation to avoid condemnation for his numerous human rights violations, including the threat of an International Criminal Court investigation for crimes against humanity and torture, he pretends to be for peace talks.