Former communist rebels bare ACT, NUJP alleged links to CPP-NPA

Former communist rebels bare ACT, NUJP alleged links to CPP-NPA

Slowly they are being unmasked.
A group of former members of the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army-National Democratic Front (CPP-NPA-NDF),states that the two organizations are actively engaged in activities of their cause.
The names of Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) and the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) have been divulged who has direct link with the communist rebels.

Ex-rebels who exposed the link between ACT and NUJP with CPP-NPA (photo credit to owner)

“Ka Jamie, an educator by profession claims to be a witness to the different struggles of teachers across the country, said the CPP-NPA used ACT in pushing for their communist agenda.
"Noong una ay issues lang ng mga guro ang topic namin sa mga group discussion kung paano itaas ang aming karampot na sahod (At first, we were only fighting for the low wage of educators),” she said.
Ka Jamie added that she became an organizer of the Manila Public School Teachers Association (MPSTA).
Later on she became a regular demonstrator along with the members of the Public School Teachers Association, calling the attention of government for the increase of the public school teacher’s salary. Pambansang Demokratikong Paaralan, an educational institution built by the CPP-NPA, which she refers to as “intentionally designed to foster a rebellious spirit within the students”.
She said that the CPP-NPA has been recruiting minors and deceiving their families of the true cause of the organization.
Mabilis lang kasi malinlang ang mga tao sa bundok (They can easily deceive people who live in the countryside),” she added.
Umalis ako kasi gusto ko nang bumalik at buwagin ang ilegal activities, paano naman ang issues naming mga guro ” Ka Jamie added.

Role of the NUJP
Another former rebel who goes by the name “Ka Ernesto” claims to have observed anomalies in the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP), who he claims has a link with the communist rebels.
Ginagamit nila (CPP-NPA-NDF) ang NUJP bilang shield, panangga para ipagpatuloy ang pagsusulong sa digmaang bayan ,” he said.
Ka Ernesto, had to stop his college education because of his involvement in the communist group, said the journalists' organization “sympathizes with the leftist group”.
Witness ako kung paanong kino-control nila ang mga balitang lumalabas para sa media giants. Hindi nila nilalabas yung totoo, mga masasamang nangyayari ,” Ka Ernesto explains.
Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Undersecretary Lorraine Marie Badoy issued a challenge to the head of the NUJP  its chairman Nonoy Espinato condemn the atrocities of the communist rebels (CPP-NPA) as she denied the NUJP's accusation of PCOO's "red-tagging" of their members. 
"I just want to ask the chairman of the NUJP: will you issue an official statement? Could you do that as a challenge -- denouncing the activities, the atrocities of the CPP-NPA? As simple as that," Badoy told the NUJP.

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