Maoism

First as Tragedy, Second as Farce: Marcos, Duterte and the Communist Parties of the Philippines

Edited transcript of Joseph Scalice’s lecture on Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP). This lecture is an account of the class collaborationist politics of National Democracy led by the CPP and how the root cause of the class collaborationist politics can be traced to the Stalinist theory of Socialism-in-one-country.

Tactics used by the Communist Party of the Philippines to smear their critics

In response to scholar of Philippine communism Joseph Scalice presenting a lecture detailing the class collaborationist politics of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) including the CPP's support to President Rodrigo Duterte and his War on Drugs, the CPP responded with vitriol and even put out a special issue of their newspaper Ang Bayan just to attack Scalice. Here Alex De Jong outlines the various tactics used by the Communist Party and those who share its line to smear their critics in attempts to defend their falsification of history.

“The CPP and the various groups that follow its political line enthusiastically supported Duterte when he took office”

A historian of communism in the Philippines briefly explains in a post the time when the Communist Party of the Philippines and the National Democratic apparatus enthusiastically supported Duterte.

A Libertarian Critique of Mao's “Combat Liberalism”

An anarchist review of Mao's (in)famous Combat Liberalism and what could of it could be use to the libertarian tradition.

A Short Critique of the Philippine ND/MLM Vanguard

Anarchipelago Kollective responds to National Democratic criticisms against them.

Victims of Communist Party purge seek justice

This is a report on the violent purges committed by the Communist Party of the Philippines and their armed wing the New Peoples army. Within the party, hundreds of men and women who had dedicated their lives to what they believed was a noble cause, were suspected of being government spies, tortured and killed in secret camps.

Swamp Maoism

A (hopefully) joke position paper by a fictitious maoist cell in Florida advocating the start of a protracted people's war in Florida everglades. Reproduced for archival purposes.

The post-1992 Communist Party of the Philippines and its policy of “death condemnations”

Pierre Rousset wrote a report on the murders and assassinations allegedly conducted by the Communist Party of the Philippines and its armed wing the New Peoples Party. The Communist Party of the Philippines through its organ the NDF lambasted the report as “lies.” This is Rousset's rejoiner to the Party's response.

After Kintanar, the Killings Continue: The Post-1992 CPP Assassination Policy in the Philippines

A report of murders and assassinations against leftist activists and cadres suspected to have been ordered by the Communist Party of the Philippines and suspected to have been executed by their armed wing, the New Peoples Army

CPP purge victim recounts ordeal

A personal account of a survivor of the purges committed by the Communist Party of the Philippines and their armed component the New Peoples Army