The funeral march of Leoncio “Kumander Parago” Pitao last July 10 drew thousands of supporters to the streets of the … More
I wrote this roundup for the Philippine Online Chronicles. A testimonial video of Philippine state security forces held as Prisoners … More
Obituary: Nelson Mandela By Prof. Moufawad-Paul, M-L-M Mayhem! It is somewhat ironic to read all of the liberal media obituaries … More
Freire’s ideas remain significant for the present era. But it is not just his ideas on grassroots organizing and community education that must be taken into consideration but the totality of Freire’s project. This totality refers to an educational project that is part of the wider radical or say revolutionary movement to fundamentally change the system.
Itinuturo ng katwiran na wala tayong iba pang maaantay kundi lalo’t lalong kahirapan, lalo’t lalong kataksilan, lalo’t lalong kaalipustaan, at … More
Reply to Comrade Guo Moruo To the Tune of Man Jiang Hong By Mao Zedong On this tiny globe A … More
I was able to watch the film Chakravyuh, but minus the subtitles. Without the dialogue, I did not understand the … More
Open Letters to Filipino Artists By Emman Lacaba “A poet must also learn how to lead an attack.” —Ho Chi … More
From Cairo to Manhattan, Manila to Athens, Quebec to Santiago the worsening crisis of the world capitalist system is pushing … More
The English translation of My Father’s Notebook is the only book by Kader Abdolah that I’ve read. The novel is … More
Originally posted on Kapirasong Kritika:
“Nabalitaan mo na ang nangyari kay Sheena?” tanong ng isang kaibigan sa text. At nalungkot na…
Following in the vein of old Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilych, Carlos Fuentes’ The Death of Artemio Cruz takes … More
The charge that all revolutions are bound to devour its own children is one of the oldest and most common admonitions against the people’s collectively rising up to effect massive social transformations. Mario Vargas Llosa’s Death in the Andes gives another variation to this old worn-out theme.
Do all revolutions inevitably lead to the establishment of even more repressive regimes than the one it sought to replace? … More