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Prof Lim's review of E. San Juan's radical interpretation of Rizal in SISA'S VENGEANCE ( focuses on Rizal's view of women as actual/potential agencies in the national liberation struggle of the Philippines from Spanish colonialism and U.S. imperialism. Dec. 30 marks the anniversary of Rizal's execution by the Spanish colonial govt., making him the national hero of the Filipino people.


June 19 this year marks the 53rd anniversary of the Philippines' national hero Jose Rizal's birthday. In Nov 1884, Rizal joined mass demonstrations in Madrid to protest the government's repressive policies. He wrote to his family:"Filipinos are dishonored, entrapped, debased, opposed and tyrannized," so he had to disguise himself three times. The following review centers on Rizal's ideas and Sisa, the character in Rizal's novel, who symbolizes the "wretched of the earth," discussed in E. San Juan's book, SISA'S VENGEANCE (available at & createspace).

Does the Richness of the Few Benefit Us All? (tags)

Zygmunt Bauman, born in 1925, is a Polish sociologist. Since 1971, he has resided in England after being driven out of Poland by an anti-semitic campaign, engineered by the Communist government he had supported.

AID$ Hypothesis Suffers Another Crushing Blow (tags)

"Science Daily — Scientists have refuted a longstanding theory of how HIV slowly depletes the body's capacity to fight infection, in new research. Now, who was saying that VERY same thing YEARS ago? Could it have been the AID$ dissident movement and Prof. Peter Duesberg?

Eminent scientists seriously doubt the still-unproven HIV=AIDS hypothesis (tags)

Dr. Donald Abrams: Prof. of Medicine, San Francisco General Hospital: "I have a large population of HIV+ patients who have chosen not to take any anti-viral drugs. They've watched all of their friends go on the anti-viral bandwagon and die."

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