Insurgency in teh Philippines




 
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March 15th, 2009  
iamsinned06
 
 

Topic: Insurgency in teh Philippines


TESTIMONY OF A FORMER MEMBER OF THE MAOIST MARXIST LENINIST OR THE CPP NPA NDF

its in tagalog though. i didn't translate it. im a little bit lazy video editing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzLLjbh2KKQ
March 15th, 2009  
iamsinned06
 
 

Topic: the legal fronts of the cpp


bayan, kmp, act, lfs, gabriela, npa wings (legal fronts of the new people's
army) and claiming they are not until now.

hear what joma sison, the founder of the communist party of the philippines. he's now in the netherlands. im just curious, why is he and all of his allies are not somewhere in a communist country? its amazing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUtLLpbu85E
March 15th, 2009  
iamsinned06
 
 

Topic: joma sison mocking GOD


the cpp/npa/ndf-communist party of the philippine/new people's army/national democratioc front, dont believe in god

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-kLkGDua6I
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March 15th, 2009  
Bimcnorth
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by iamsinned06
bayan, kmp, act, lfs, gabriela, npa wings (legal fronts of the new people's
army) and claiming they are not until now.

hear what joma sison, the founder of the communist party of the philippines. he's now in the netherlands. im just curious, why is he and all of his allies are not somewhere in a communist country? its amazing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUtLLpbu85E

Erm, you will have to look hard before you find a communist country apart from North-Korea..
March 16th, 2009  
Balkan-MiG
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bimcnorth
Erm, you will have to look hard before you find a communist country apart from North-Korea..

No, North Korea isnt a communist country. Its a Socialist state. Communism is very different. No country was ever a Communist society.

IMO, id like to live in North Korea
March 16th, 2009  
iamsinned06
 
 
Authoritarian socialist; one-man dictatorship.
under the president for life Kim Yong-Il (2007).


quote from wikipedia:

By the beginning of the 21st century, states controlled by Communist parties under a single-party system include the People's Republic of China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, and Vietnam. Communist parties, or their descendant parties, remain politically important in many countries. President Vladimir Voronin of Moldova is a member of the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova, and President Dimitris Christofias of Cyprus is a member of the Progressive Party of Working People, but the countries are not run under single-party rule. In South Africa, the Communist Party is a partner in the ANC-led government. In India, communists lead the governments of three states, with a combined population of more than 115 million. In Nepal, communists hold a majority in the parliament.

follow this link for a more detailed info:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communism


March 16th, 2009  
03USMC
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Balkan-MiG
No, North Korea isnt a communist country. Its a Socialist state. Communism is very different. No country was ever a Communist society.

IMO, id like to live in North Korea
Well since almost all sources consider North Korea Communist thats good enough for me.

Really you'd like to live there? Under a one party totalaterian goverment?
Go for it I'm sure the Dear leader can find room.

So is the NPA still active? I thought that the RPAF and the PC's kinda cleared up that problem in the late 80's.
March 16th, 2009  
A Can of Man
 
 
Balkan-MiG, here are the directions on how to defect to North Korea. There are several ways.

Go to the North Korean embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia. Obviously bring everything you own. Say that you wish to live in socialist paradise. They will check what money you have and whether or not you're important enough to take. If you are just a broke bum, they won't take you. Otherwise, let's say you have a lot of money or you're related to someone important, you will be welcomed. Actually, even with not a whole lot of money you may be allowed in... times are hard and I'm sure they can use a piece of propaganda to encourage their people.

Or, go to China. Go to the Chinese-North Korean border. Show up with a lot of money. Cross the river at night when there's little moonlight. You can go this alone or with the help of smugglers who aren't used to bringing people back into North Korea. If they seem friendly, don't smile too much, these guys rape North Korean women who use their services in getting out of North Korea.

So you can go to North Korea.
What's keeping you?
Anyways, if you go there, you'll probably be waived of the 7 year manditory military service. They reduced it to 7. Used to be 12.
 


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