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Important Announcements

Activities & Photos, 2001 - Present

Archival Photos

Press Statements & Interviews, 2001 - Present

Brief Messages & Letters, 2001 - Present

Articles & Speeches, 2001 - Present

Articles & Speeches, 1991 - 2000


Display of Books

Bibliography 1991 - 2000

Bibliography 1961 - 1990

Documents of Legal Cases

Defend Sison Campaign

Letters to Jose Maria Sison





TO ALL MY COMRADE: We all have individual rights and freedoms,but it does not include saying bad words to anybody which you think to yourself not good, wag po natin murahin ang kapwa tao kahit hindi natin nagustuhan ang ginagawa nya dahil wala tayong karapatan gawin yun, lalo na kung yung taong yun ay may nagawa ng kabutihan para sa lahat, isa na doon ang ating Prof. Sison.wag kayong magsali dito kung hindi nyo naintindihan kung ano at sino ang pinaglalaban dito...pakiusap po...
From: REMUS RAMA, Email: [email protected]
July 16, 2003 18:43:22 (GMT Time)


Good day Sir, Its a good day for me to find a way to read about you and the communist party and some related things about this movement,a read some books about some of the communist leaders in USSR and i admired their personality their patience and zeal and their wholehearted dedications to the oneness of minds and now thatthey are gone, what they had done is still alive in the hearts of their own people,they started a fire that keeps burning until now. I need some more input about this ideology...anybody who wants to share me their minds is very wellcome...
From: Tom Alamo, Email: [email protected]
July 16, 2003 14:31:37 (GMT Time)


Good day Sir, I may not too much exposed to communism but i read some books about communist leaders and up to now still craving for additional input on this matter,philippine government have too much politics less works,every president that will come out seem to just having a good time,some neighboring countries are already in state of hi-tech capabilities in arms,government reforms and advance agriculture and their way of life are much better.but look at our beloved philippine islands, we just have 5 flying helicopters, old slow navy boats,undated thanks and much more of the vintage arms. our world is already in the verge of virtual phase but philippines is too behind, big companies were exploiting our labor force and 75 percent of filipinos were living below the average,of this were below the poverty line, every elections seem to be just a play of politic's money and brainwashing of poorly educated thingking of many filipinos.what else should i say? our professionals were going abro
From: Tom Alamo, Email: [email protected]
July 16, 2003 13:40:25 (GMT Time)


From: MGBADA JOE,ABA,NAIJA, Email: [email protected]
July 5, 2003 12:24:06 (GMT Time)


Mabuhay to prof. sison and his family in exile. Mabuhay too to the struggle we are waging for decades now! My best wishes to all who have been denied with the rights to be with his country and fellowmen. And struggling with the workers and peasants and people of the world! My deep and warmest regards to all! Padayon kita mga kaupod hangtud han at kadaugan ngan kadaugan han katawhan! Trabahador han kalibutan, magkaurusa! Kaupod alex
From: alex garcia lagunzad II, Email: [email protected]
June 19, 2003 16:46:48 (GMT Time)


From: ernie agcaoili, Email: [email protected]
June 15, 2003 07:24:00 (GMT Time)


May we request for the inclusion of ( UP Journalism Club ( in your links? We in feature Prof. Sison's statements from time to time. Meanwhile, he was a president of UP Journalism Club in the 1950s. Thanks, Ederic Eder
From: Ederic Eder, Email: [email protected]
May 20, 2003 11:59:58 (GMT Time)


As a migrant advocate for almost three years, I introduce our newly-established website: Taiwan Migrants' Forum, an internet platform for all the migrant advocates in Taiwan. Welcome to check our website frequently, and give us some feedback and critic. The website is basically in Chinese, but we'll put some English introductions for each article as much as possible. Thank you very much!
From: KarlMarx, Email: [email protected]
May 13, 2003 16:27:33 (GMT Time)


I am an ordained minister of the United Methodist Church in the Philippines and currently pursuing Postgraduate Degree in Peace Studies here in the University of Bradford, England through the endorsement of the NCCP. I find your website very interesting and helpful to me specially because I am presently doing a research work on the role of the Churches on the current peace negotiations between the GRP and NDFP. I hope the stalled peace talks will resume soon. Regards to everybody. Shalom! EDUARDO
From: Rev. Eduardo B. Copliting, Jr., Email: [email protected]
May 2, 2003 10:24:19 (GMT Time)


I ahve sent an email to the editorial staff of ang bayan asking for comments about the Maoist Internationalist Group few months ago. Todate i haven't received a reply. MIM's url is: I hope prof joma can spare a time to comment about the MIM group. I am interested to hear comment from prof joma or from ccp as the group is by its name claiming to be maoists but they have disagreemnt with Revolutionary Internationalist MOvement and the RCPUSA. I would be glad to receive an emil about this subject.
From: Angelo Tugatog, Email: [email protected]
April 26, 2003 08:04:46 (GMT Time)


From: MGBADA JOE,ABA, Email: [email protected]
March 28, 2003 10:40:03 (GMT Time)


From: MGBADA JOE,LAGOS,NAIJA, Email: [email protected]
January 28, 2003 10:22:12 (GMT Time)


I would like to hear more from u guys.
From: marichell s. calalang, Email: [email protected]
December 18, 2002 13:00:35 (GMT Time)


Maalab na pagbati! Anuman ang mangyari, kasama mo kami! Mabuhay ka Prof JoeMa! Padayon! John
From: john, Email: [email protected]
November 28, 2002 02:33:18 (GMT Time)


Hanggang sa Tagumpay!!
From: Ron Hubbard, Email: [email protected]
November 22, 2002 00:00:18 (GMT Time)


From: totoy
November 13, 2002 07:01:45 (GMT Time)


Jose Maria Sison: A True Patriot, Freedom Fighter, Comrade to the Oppressed Filipinos, Comrade to Oppressed Peoples of the World! Mabuhay Ka!
From: Aileen Cuevas, Email: [email protected]
November 7, 2002 02:29:23 (GMT Time)


We strongly condemm the labelling of prof. Jose Maria Sison as "terrorist" . Sison is not a "terrorist" but a freedomfighter of the poor and opressed. Long live CCP and NPA! Down with US imperialism!
From: Erik Anderson, internationally secr. KPML(r), Email: [email protected]
October 15, 2002 13:14:23 (GMT Time)


please keep my informed on dr.sison,for whom i have only the greatest of respect, particularly when i look around and see a world without housing and health care, this in a first world country. all my best to you
From: jp cupp, Email: [email protected]
October 13, 2002 06:39:26 (GMT Time)


Dear Ka. Joma and Ka. Julie: Warm revolutionary greetings! Please receive my all-out support in your continued fight for your human rights here in the Netherlands.I keep track of whatever developments you may have here especially on the growing support of people worldwide for this cause is not only for your sake but also for the rest of the peoples of the world. Kahanga-hanga ang mga ginagawa mo! You continuously inspire us to move forward, to work hard and to keep on doing political work among forces, alliances and even on the ranks of the enemies. We just hope that inspite of the international pressure of US imperialism and its cohorts if I may borrow your term, both of you still remains in the pink of health. By the way, I find the website very helpful especially in reaching out directly to comrades based here in the Netherlands. Mabuhay kayo! Yours in the struggle, Kas. Carol
From: Jean C. Orsolino-Lucero, Email: [email protected]
October 7, 2002 13:26:56 (GMT Time)


I can get in touch with the feelings of the poems by JMS written in exile. Though I'm still here at the homeland, the longing of an exile also rings loudest and true. Those who love the motherland are all in a sense exiles: from "kith and kin" who may not understand yet and from the mainstream while the future society is being build up...
From: Tomas Talledo, Email: [email protected]
September 21, 2002 02:42:28 (GMT Time)


From: MUGU JOE, Email: [email protected]
September 19, 2002 09:14:13 (GMT Time)


thank you very much for a very informative site.
From: paul b. arellano, Email: [email protected]
September 16, 2002 08:52:56 (GMT Time)


Dear people from INPS, I am a journalist working for a Belgian newspaper called De Morgen and I would like to hear from Mr. Jose Maria Sison what his plans are and what he is going to do about the fact that the Dutch government froze his banc account. Are there any more people from the Philipines in the same position? Will he be evicted from the Netherlands? I would like to talk with Mr. Sison about this. You can contact me on my mobile phone 0032 479 456 402 or on this e-mail-adress. Thank you. (sorry other e-mail has the wrong phone number)
From: Vanessa Debruyne, Email: [email protected]

September 13, 2002 14:58:06 (GMT Time)


mabuhay ka!
From: tomas santos, Email:
September 13, 2002 09:21:58 (GMT Time)


hello musta kayo wag na kayo mag yosi para magkita-kita pa tayo sa tagumpay ust tibak... reply k sana kung kaya... padayon kasama
From: tomas santos, Email: [email protected]

July 31, 2002 10:04:40 (GMT Time)


just borrowed some of the photos for one of my subjects in school, thanks a lot! more power to this site!!!
From: kit j
July 26, 2002 04:14:41 (GMT Time)


Jose Maria Sison, like any other genuine communists, speaks with a burning heart. With a burning heart because it is not easy to write with sense in our absurd world. It will take courage, dedication, and most of all a burning heart to liberate mankind from the scourge of a very exploitative capitalist system. Quite simply, he makes sense in our world.
From: Al Santos, Email: [email protected]
July 5, 2002 07:44:02 (GMT Time)


I am based in Ottawa, Canada and interested in compiling a library about the works of Prof. Jose Maria Sison. Please tell me how can I procure his books. Thanks.
From: Alex Mercado, Email: [email protected]
July 1, 2002 12:38:45 (GMT Time)


Saludo ako sa pagkakaluwal ng website ng tunay na bayani ng masang Pilipino. Ito ay nabibigay ng mainam na behikulo upang masubaybayan at makaniig si Prof. sison. Mabuhay kayo!
From: Alex Mercado, Email: [email protected]
July 1, 2002 00:39:52 (GMT Time)


Dear Prof. Jose Maria Sison - Chairman of the INPS, I was very happy to meet you on staturday June 29 2002 in "De Bres" in Antwerp-Deurne. I hope I can be some help for you and the people of your country here in Belgium. You have all my support. In the Home Page I created in geocities, I try to explain my personal goal to combine the need to respect the human rights and avoid hate and war, and the care for our environment. For the environment you will find many links and for human rights, please read the text of my two other personal websites in msn.communities and especially the page called "A place to be with Skybird" in "foreveryoungearth". With kind regards. Robert De Roy-Antwerp-Belgium.
From: Robert De Roy, Email: [email protected]
June 30, 2002 00:06:30 (GMT Time)


We are here friends fighting the fight that must be won.
From: Kasama Australus, Email: [email protected]
May 6, 2002 11:43:10 (GMT Time)

Hi! I'm looking for your full photo in white shirt reading poetry. nr
From: NinotchkaR
March 12, 2002 17:20:56 (GMT Time)


From: bonn
Febuary 20, 2002 11:44:26 (GMT Time)


congratulations to the people behind this jms website. the articles in this site speaks not only of ka joma's leadership but of the potency of the philippine revolution. this site will surely help in dispelling the international conspiracy to undermine the gains of the philippine revolution. jms was vilified both in the local and international press yet the revolution continues to surge to unsurpassed heights. this only proves that the revolution is beyond jms. better yet, fine leaders like
From: kulasisig, Email: [email protected]
January 30, 2002 09:18:36 (GMT Time)


Warmest Revolutionary Greetings to our comrades in Europe. I am very happy that you have put a website for our great leader Jose Maria Sison. He has guided us from the very start and has influenced thousands of youth like us. I am also copying his pictures and have made an archive for my site. I hope comrades will publish as immediate as possible, his writings and books in the net so other interested revolutionary group will have an easy access over them. Sincerely yours, Kalovski Itim
From: Kalovski Itim, Email:
[email protected]
January 27, 2002 13:46:05 (GMT Time)


From: arman b. perez, Email: [email protected]
January 4, 2002 09:35:25 (GMT Time)


"It's about time to expand the web-based propagation of ideas to carry forward the national democratic struggle of the Filipino masses against domestic and international reactions, more power and sulong."
From: vince a.a. cinches, Email: [email protected]
December 7, 2001 03:23:28 (GMT Time)


"just saying long live to the comrade! with the work loads you have, will you still have time to chat with comrades here? or send email! asdang kauban!"
From: raj farsouth mindanao region, Email: [email protected]
December 3, 2001 08:47:05 (GMT Time)


"Thank you for the information about the new website. I had the honor of meeting Prof. Jose Maria Sison in Brussels in 1999 and 2000 and am always interested in seeing his analysis of world events and those within the Philippines. And it is considerate of your organization to make his works accessible at the convenience of those who may be interested by posting them on a web site
Fraternally, John Catalinotto, Email: [email protected]
30 November, 2001 08:58:14 (EST)


"hello Joma! its been a long time! last time we met: in a bus to UP. I'm now 70, w/ 4 girls, 3 married, 3 grandchildren, 1 daughter Kim/Miss Saigon/NYC. iln US since '83, retired. ***I've heard/read abt you all the time.***what I did in 50+yrs: ***T'was Ninoy Aquino's assassination catapulted me from half-a-world away & landed me in Manhattan in '83. By then I'd lived a half-century with a whole lifetime behind me.***From '53 Manila I'd written & published 6 books of plays, led by The World is an Apple & The Por."
From: Alberto Florentino, Email: [email protected]
November 22, 2001 03:22:29 (GMT Time)


"Please be informed that Prof. Jose Maria Sison's "Protracted People's War and Diplomacy", a speech given in antiimperialist conference in Oslo 1996, is in the Norwegian language in
From: Magnus Bernhardsen, Email: [email protected]
22 November, 2001 13:05:09 (CET)


"i salute to joma for his contribution to phil. rev. to serve the filipino people long live joma"
From: Macario Guerrero, Email: [email protected]
November 20, 2001 02:01:27 (GMT Time)


"This is a result of a long overdue and persistently-repeated suggestion. At last, somebody heard it. Congratulations! and more success."
From: Chris Ibarra, Email: [email protected]
November 17, 2001 11:24:26 (GMT Time)


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