VIDEO | Duterte talks to Communist leader Joma Sison on Skype

May. 01, 2016

DAVAO CITY — In this video posted on the Youtube account of Kilab Multimedia, Presidential aspirant Rodrigo Duterte talks with the founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines Jose Maria Sison.

The Exodus for Justice and Peace released the video of the Skype conversation between Duterte and National Democratic Front of the Philippines Chief Political Consultant , Jose Ma. Sison.

The conversation was facilitated by the EJP on April 25, after the release of the five police officers who were captured as Prisoners of War (POW) by the New People’s Army. The EJP served as the third party facilitator for the prisoners’ release.

In the video, Duterte committed to resume the peace talks between the Government and the NDF if he wins in the elections. (davaotoday.com)

  • Simple Person

    May kaliwa at kanan sa ating lipunan, patuloy ang pagtutung gali patuloy ang paglalaban, pumanig k pumanig k at wag ng ipag paliban p, ang hindi makapag pasya ay maiipit s gitna. Bulok n ang HALIGI ng ating LIPUNAN, matibay ang pananalig n ito ay palitan, suriin mong mabuti ang iyong paninindigan, pagkat magkabilaan ang mundo. #duterte2016

  • Simple Person

    May kaliwa at kanan sa ating lipunan, patuloy ang pagtutung gali patuloy ang paglalaban, pumanig k pumanig k at wag ng ipag paliban p, ang hindi makapag pasya ay maiipit s gitna. Bulok n ang HALIGI ng ating LIPUNAN, matibay ang pananalig n ito ay palitan, suriin mong mabuti ang iyong paninindigan, pagkat magkabilaan ang mundo. #duterte2016

  • Avery_23

    OMG!!! Babayad tayo ng tax sa BIR at sa NPA? Jus ko!

  • Diego Silang

    Pakipaliwanag po kung paano giginhawa ang buhay sa ilalim ng komunismo?

  • Diego Silang

    Bakit natin gugustuhin maging komnista ang Pilipinas? Hindi ba ang mga bansa na komunismo ay unti-unti nang nabubuwag? Ang USSR ay nabuwag na. Ang China, nag-luwag na at naging bukas sa kapitalismo. Ang North Korea sarado pa rin hanggang ngayon, pero ano ang buhay nila sa loob ng North Korea?

  • Simple Person

    Ahahaha! Hindi ko na kailangan mag paliwanag, kailangan ko ay subukan ang bago, sukang suka na aq sa kasalukuyang gobyerno. Ung justice para n lng sa may pera, ung nag papakain sa atin sali ung walang makain, binabaril p. Imulat mo ang iyong mata kababayan.

  • Diego Silang

    Namimili po tayo ng presidente, hindi po brand ng shampoo na magpapalit ka kasi sawa ka na. Ano po pala yung mga binaril ng walang kalaban laban sa Davao ng Death Squad? Mayaman po ba sila? Di ba sa slums sila nakatira? Ano po ba yung mga chinese na may shabu laboratory sa bahay sa Davao na napinalaya, mahirap po ba sila?

  • Sebastianne

    10 REASONS WHY WE SHOULD REJECT SOCIALISM

    1. Socialism and communism are the same ideology

    Communism is but an extreme form of socialism. From the ideological standpoint, there is no substantial difference between the two. In fact, the communist Soviet Union called itself the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (1922-1991) and communist China, Cuba and Vietnam define themselves as socialist nations.

    2. Socialism violates personal freedom

    Socialism seeks to eliminate “injustice” by transferring rights and responsibilities from individuals and families to the State. In the process, socialism actually creates injustice. It destroys true liberty: the freedom to decide all matters that lie within our own competence and to follow the course shown by our reason, within the laws of morality, including the dictates of justice and charity.

    3. Socialism violates human nature

    Socialism is anti-natural. It destroys personal initiative–a fruit of our intellect and free will–and replaces it with State control. It tends to totalitarianism, with its government and police repression, wherever it is implemented.

    4. Socialism violates private property

    Socialism calls for “redistributing the wealth” by taking from the “rich” to give to the poor. It imposes taxes that punish those who have been able to take greater advantage of their productive talents, capacity to work or thrift. It uses taxation to promote economic and social egalitarianism, a goal that will be fully achieved, according to The Communist Manifesto, with the “abolition of private property.”

    5. Socialism opposes traditional marriage

    Socialism sees no moral reason for people to restrict sex to marriage, that is, to an indissoluble union between a man and a woman. Furthermore, socialism undermines private property, which Friedrich Engels, founder of modern socialism and communism along with Karl Marx, saw as the foundation of traditional marriage.

    6. Socialism opposes parental rights in education

    Socialism has the State, and not parents, control the education of children. Almost from birth, children are to be handed over to public institutions, where they will be taught what the State wants, regardless of parental views. Evolution must be taught. School prayer must be forbidden.

    7. Socialism promotes radical equality

    A supposed absolute equality among men is the fundamental assumption of socialism. Therefore, it sees any inequality as unjust in itself. Private employers are quickly portrayed as “exploiters” whose profits really belong to their employees. As a consequence, they rule out the system of wage earning.

    8. Socialism promotes atheism

    Belief in God, who unlike us is infinite, omnipotent and omniscient, clashes head-on with the principle of absolute equality. Socialism therefore rejects the spiritual, claiming that only matter exists. God, the soul, and the next life are illusions according to socialism.

    9. Socialism promotes relativism

    For socialism there are no absolute truths or revealed morals that establish standards of conduct that apply to everyone, everywhere, and always. Everything evolves, including right and wrong, good and evil. There is no place for the Ten Commandments, neither in the private mind nor in the public square.

    10. Socialism mocks religion

    According to Karl Marx, religion is “the opium of the people.” Lenin, founder of the Soviet Union, agreed: “Religion is opium for the people. Religion is a sort of spiritual booze in which the slaves of capital drown their human image, their demand for a life more or less worthy of man.”

    May God protect Philippines from socialism

    From “Jessie Garcia”. #RORO

  • Simple Person

    Ahahaha ung shampoo na binebenta nyo mabango lng, wala namng bisa mahal pa, kaya ayoko na nun, Susubukan ko ung murang shampoo, baka kahit hindi mabango baka epektibo namn 😀

  • Ronald Tan

    Socialism Evolves. The People can change it over time. If the first communists persecute the religious, historical experiences revises it.

  • Diego Silang

    ahahaha! tama ka, ung justice para na lang sa may pera ngayon…kaya ang mahihirap ang patay at pinupulot sa daan. Kapag may pera, pupunta lang sa Malacanang para kausapin ang idol mo, ok na….hahaha!

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