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Ang Sinungaling (tags)
“Ang bulaan o sinungaling ay kapatid ng magnanakaw.” Totoo ang kasabihang ito lalo na kung iisipin ang ginawang aklat ni Senador Juan Ponce-Enrile . ang mahigit sa 700 pahinang “Memoirs” para magbangong puri At ikampanya ang sarili at ang anak nitong tumatakbong senador sa susunod na taong eleksyon. May masidhing pagnanais na gumawa ng sariling kasaysayan, ipinasulat pa ni Enrile sa isang dating aktibista na sa akala niya ay may natitira pang bango, kay Nelson Navarro, dating tagapagsalita ng Movement for A Democratic Philippines (MDP) ang kanyang aklat na diumano ay kanyang sinulat ng mahigit sampung taon. Si Navarro din ang sumulat ng aklat tungkol kay Dr. Nemesio Prudente, dating pangulo ng PUP.
Julius Fortuna, An FQS stalwart/ MDP Secretary General, Dies at 60 (tags)
The Kilusang Dekada 70 ( KD70) composed of First Quarter Storm and martial law activists based in the United States pays tribute to Julius Fortuna who passed away last Tuesday, June 23 in the Philippines. He succumbed on Tuesday morning to a massive heart attack at the Capitol Medical Center in Quezon City where he was rushed after complaining of difficulty in breathing. He would have turned 61 on July 30 this year. He was a member of the national council of the militant Kabataang Makabayan (KM) in the late ’60s and later served as secretary-general of the Movement for a Democratic Philippines, the coordinating body of radical groups that organized the massive demonstrations now collectively known as the First Quarter Storm of 1970.
FIGHT RESURGENT FASCISM, FIGHT ARROYO'S UNDECLARED MARTIAL LAW (tags)
We activist of the First Quarter Storm Network (FQSN)- USA commemorate the thirty-fourth year declaration of martial law in the Philippines that plunged the country into 14 years of dictatorship. Today, on the 34th year commemoration of martial law, we have to struggle against another tyrant who wanted to impose the same dictatorship under another label. We have to fight on! We still have to fight a war to win –the war against forgetting and revisionism. We have to wage a protracted war to remember, relive and reaffirm with our collective memories, our struggle for national democracy and the social liberation of our people.