Gabriela recruiter for CPP-NPA-NDF: ex-NPA members

Gabriela recruiter for CPP-NPA-NDF: ex-NPA members


The group calls themselves an advocate of women rights in the country, but this fact has been debunked by women former New People’s Army (NPA) rebels.


Gabriela Women's Party, a party-list organization is a recruiter for the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army-National Democratic Front (CPP-NPA-NDF).

The National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC) held on Tuesday in observance of International Women's Month, Arian Jane Ramos alias Ka Marikit said she was recruited by Gabriela to join the communist movement when she was still a young student.

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Ramos was the former secretary of the NPA Guerrilla Front (GF) 55, Sub-Regional Committee 5 (SRC)-Southern Mindanao Regional Command (SMRC), and former chairperson of Gabriela Youth - University of the Philippines (UP) Mindanao.

“I was recruited in 2012 in UP Mindanao because of the many relevant political and social issues they infused in their propaganda to students like us. I joined the Gabriela Youth and soon after became its chairperson. Then I was indoctrinated as a CPP-NPA-NDF party member tasked to expose issues about women in communities. On May 11, 2014, I was in Talaingod teaching the IPs (Indigenous People),” Ramos said.

It was during her stint in Talaingod that Ramos became aware of the leadership of Gabriela as a member of the CPP-NPA-NDF.

“I should know. I used to attend Gabriela’s general assembly. And I know that those women at the legal fronts have better lives than us, the women in the mountains. Gabriela only uses women to gather funds through solicitations from organizations abroad,” she said.





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