An “immersion”. With “farmers”. In Quezon province. Organised by @LFSPhilippines… 🤔

If it walks like a communist, quacks like a communist, looks like a communist, then it must be…

Rizza Divine was supposedly part of an “immersion” program organised by the League of Filipino Students (LFS) which everyone knows is a communist front operating with impunity in most Philippine university campuses. She went “missing” long enough for her father Roland Camingawan to seek the help of radio station dzBB.

But

The legal management freshman is said to be a member of the League of Filipino Students (LFS)-UST, and of Anakbayan-UST when she was in UST Senior High School.

Was this really an “immersion” programme? Or was it just another method of recruiting combatants into the New People’s Army, the terrorist arm of the Communist Party of the Philippines?

The questions continue to mount…

Message to incoming University students: Student “activism” is a COMPLETE waste of time

Credit goes to student “activists”. They manage to attract a lot of media coverage and are a convenient moral crutch for the social-climbing virtue-signalling folk that infest social media.

Thing is, much the same way as Tito Vic and Joey and folks like Kim Kardashian also attract a lot of eyeballs, being a media figure does not necessarily make one a source of intellectual substance. Therefore the idea that the “voice” of student “activism” should be one that should be taken seriously, much less heeded, needs to be challenged.

These are, after all, students. A student’s job is to learn her lessons well. There are no lessons to be learned along picket lines organised by “cause-oriented” groups like Anakbayan other than the bullshit of top Filipino communist honcho Joma Sison.

The future of the Philippines lies in citizens who could build stuff — not Filipinos whose idea of pushing “change” is chanting obsolete slogans on the streets. There is no cause to “fight”. Only a nation to build. This can only be done if you get on top of your math and science subjects, submit your sociology papers, and appreciate the finer points of applying what you learned in your accounting and finance courses in real life.

Don’t give your life to Joma Sison. He’s just laughing at you all the way from the Netherlands where he leads a comfy life “in exile”.

Akbayan and Anakbayan should stop PRETENDING that they are not COMMUNIST fronts!

There is scant literature on the history of the Akbayan partylist, but a GMA Network report categorically states that the roots of Akbayan along with its bitter (albeit similarly Left-leaning) rival Bayan Muna “can be traced to the division of the Communist Party of the Philippines and its allies in the 1990s. Akbayan was formed by those who refused to be associated with both factions.”

But did Akbayan renounce its communist roots? According to a report published on the World Socialist Web Site, no.

Akbayan was formed in the wake of the break-up of the Maoist Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) in the early 1990s. Every decision made by Akbayan over the past two decades has born the stamp of its origin. The nationalist, opportunist and class collaborationist politics of Akbayan are the continuation of the Stalinist politics of the CPP. What differences now exist between Akbayan and its Maoist rivals are born out of the contingencies of alliances formed with different sections of the bourgeoisie.

Interestingly, the “official” history of Akbayan as laid out in their “official” website Akbayan.org is mute on the topic of its commie roots.

Anakbayan, for its part, makes no secret about its subordination to the cause of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) as this 2007 report on their rabid support for its founder Jose Maria “Joma” Sison shows…

Anakbayan and [the League of Filipino Students (LFS)] both launched ‘Free Joma’ campaigns when Sison was arrested last August 28 by Dutch authorities for allegedly ordering the murder in the Philippines of former CPP leaders Romulo Kintanar in 2003 and Arturo Tabara in 2006.

The CPP, which Sison founded in 1968, and its armed wing, the 6,300-strong New People’s Army, have waged a Maoist rebellion for nearly four decades. Sison has been on self-exile in The Netherlands since 1987.

The youth groups added that they will join other organizations led by the Bagong Alyansang Makbayan (Bayan) in a “victory rally” for Sison’s release later in the day.

The Philippine government, it seems, has never been serious about ridding Filipinos of their country’s communist infestation just like it has never been serious about eradicating corruption, pork barrel politics, nepotism, patronage, and all those other scourges that keep the Philippines impoverished and backward.

Organising an “anti Red tagging” campaign under the Anakbayan banner ain’t very smart

You know what is even dumber than allowing yourself to be recruited by campus communists? “Denouncing” so-called “red tagging” while flying the Anakbayan banner.

But that is exactly what a bunch of student “activists” from various universities did!

Perhaps, indeed, these students should focus more of their time as university students learning how to think than joining these “activist” rallies. Had they bothered to do a bit of research they would’ve found that they don’t need the Armed Forces of the Philippines to do any sort of “red tagging” to out them as communists. Merely marching under the Anakbayan flag already does the job handily.

Anakbayan makes no secret about its subordination to the cause of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) as this 2007 report on their rabid support for its founder Jose Maria “Joma” Sison shows…

Anakbayan and [the League of Filipino Students (LFS)] both launched ‘Free Joma’ campaigns when Sison was arrested last August 28 by Dutch authorities for allegedly ordering the murder in the Philippines of former CPP leaders Romulo Kintanar in 2003 and Arturo Tabara in 2006.

The CPP, which Sison founded in 1968, and its armed wing, the 6,300-strong New People’s Army, have waged a Maoist rebellion for nearly four decades. Sison has been on self-exile in The Netherlands since 1987.

The youth groups added that they will join other organizations led by the Bagong Alyansang Makbayan (Bayan) in a “victory rally” for Sison’s release later in the day.

Just the facts. And the facts show, Anakbayan is a communist organisation. These university students are being had. Big time.

Martial Law “playbook”? How about that FAMILIAR communist infiltration strategy CLEARLY evident today?

We can see today just how virulent Filipino communists could be. They have once again successfully infiltrated mainstream Opposition politics, evident in the way left-of-centre liberals amongst the Yellowtard-led Philippine Opposition are comfy in bed with commies and their crooked terrorist sympathisers.

They keep harping about the “Martial Law Playbook” of the Duterte administration. But it is easy to note that these commies are also in the midst of an astounding replay of the very same playbook that marked the Philippines caught in the grip of the Cold War in the 1970s.

Labour militancy is on the rise as labour strikes fomented by virulent communist propaganda now rages across Philippine industry. This could be threatening a stellar economic record so far being chalked up by the Philippines again exhibiting the same pattern of boom being busted by communist sabotage.

The real problem here is the disturbing audacity with which the communists now assert their influence on Philippine society. They are inciting violence with impunity, recruiting fighters from university campuses in broad daylight, and vandalising public property for the cameras.

They must be stopped or at least put back in their place as merely quaint relics or a misguided and obsolete but violent ideology.

Acts of VANDALISM left by communist militants reported following the September 21 #NeverAgain “Grand Rally” in Manila

Last most of us heard, acts of vandalism are crimes. Indeed, millions of pesos are likely spent (or not spent seeing just how decrepit many public facilities are in the Philippines) cleaning up the messes left in the aftermath of antisocial behaviour.

Following yesterday’s September 21 mass “action” to commemorate the 46th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law, reports of vandalism evidently perpetrated by these “activists” have began to emerge.

This one appears to bear the statement “Never Again Marcos”.

Another seems to read “Isulong and sosyalismo” (“push for socialism”)…

Both of the above photos were shared by Twitter user @elvinonay.

Coincidentally, another photo shared by Twitter user @RobertMcNugget shows what appear to be “activists” armed with spray paint in a blatant act of vandalism.

Note the Anakbayan flag suggesting that these vandals are associated with its chapter based at the University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) College of Arts and Letters (CAL).