ILPS set for Aquino’s U.S. Visit

September 15, 2014

MANILA.  As Philippine President Benigno Aquino III prepares for his US visit next week to address the U.N. Climate Summit upon the invitation of US Pres. Barack Obama, Filipino social activists are all set for a series of protest actions. A Philippine contingent of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), together with its USA chapter, will […]

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Take Justice! Join the People’s Climate March!

September 14, 2014

The United Nations promised us peace, development and progress. We see wars of aggression, inequalities and destruction. Capitalist greed for profit is taking its toll on humankind and the planet. Imperialism or state monopoly capitalism is our scourge, the biggest man-made calamity. It is the root cause of the unprecedented economic, financial and environment crisis, […]

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ILPS-Phils Statement on the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law

September 14, 2014

ILPS-Phils Statement on the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law   The Philippine chapter of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS-Phils) calls on the Filipino people and their international supporters to be ever more vigilant against the divisive moves of the US-Aquino regime in using the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) against the Bangsamoro people themselves and […]

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ILPS-Phils one with the world solidarity campaign to free the Cuban Five

September 12, 2014

STATEMENT As the International Colloquium for the Cuban Five and against Terrorism is being held in Havana City with over 200 delegates from 49 countries, the ILPS Philippine Chapter sends its warm solidarity and joins the call to free the remaining Cuban anti-terrorists still being detained by the U.S. government after 16 years. The Five […]

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Immediately Release Political Prisoners Ghandy and Roy, Free all Political Prisoners in India!

September 11, 2014

Statement of Commission 3 of the International League of People’s Struggles   On human rights in the civil, political, economic, social and cultural fields against state violence, national oppression, class exploitation and oppression, gender oppression, fascism, casteism, racism and religious bigotry; and justice and indemnification for the victims of illegal arrest and detention (especially political prisoners), violations […]

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Latest Abu Sayyaf beheading leads to more US intervention

September 5, 2014

  The reported beheading of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) of a civilian guard, Hadji Aldam, in Sumisip, Basilan last August 30, posted online with a photo and verified by local police authorities, comes at a time when the United States is pivoting into Asia and intensifying intervention in the Philippines. The Philippine chapter of […]

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