Duterte calls CPP-NPA has no ideology,mga bobo!, challenges Joma Sison to a debate

Duterte calls CPP-NPA has no ideology,mga bobo!, challenges Joma Sison to a debate


The ongoing red tagging issue between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the progressive groups lawmakers in the House of Representatives has gone up a notch when the youngest daughter of Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Eufemia Cullamat - Jevilyn Cullamat was killed in a military encounter in Surigao Del Norte.

The President in his latest public address for the nation challenged self-exiled founding chairman of the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army (CPP-NPA) Jose Maria Sison to a debate on communist ideology.

The President claims that the CPP-NPA has no ideology and that the only thing in their minds has always been the overthrowing of the duly established government.

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“Communal war ito, there is no longer an ideology. Komunista ito, wala nang ideology…Gusto lang nila umagaw ng gobyerno. Mga bobo naman ang p*t*ng*n*. Sinong bright, si Sison? Iharap mo sa akin magdebate kami. Anong nakuha mo diyan sa ideology na communism,” the President said in a televised address.

“You are accusing us of red-tagging you. No. The Armed Forces of the Philippines is very correct. You are being identified as being members of the Communist (Party of the Philippines). Alam namin. ‘Yun ang totoo. Hindi red-tagging,” he also said.

In 2018, President Duterte issued Executive Order 70 that created the National Task Force to end local communist armed conflict and adopt a national peace framework in a bid to end the decades-long conflict.


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