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The history reveals how the Communist Government of China supported the NPA rebels of this country. The Chinese provided them weapons to be used in their revolt against the government.

It's one among the reasons why Martial Law was declared...

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Re: It was the Chinese that destroyed the Philippines in the 60's 70's
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2020, 12:50:34 PM »
Kaya pala Chinese ang governor diyan sa Isabela at tuluyang kunin lahat ang lupa diyan at pang tambak sa spratly island. Masakit isipin nangyari kay Marcos siya naging masama sa mata ng mga Filipino at si Ninoy naging hero at etong dating kampon ng CPP NPA ay ginawa pang General during Cory administration.
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That's why Chinese governor is in Isabela and finally get all the land there and the rest of the Spratly Island. It hurts to think of Mark that he became wicked in the eyes of the Filipino and Ninoy became the hero and former emissaries of CMT NPA was made General during Cory administration.


hinde malinaw kay vic corpuz kung ano ang magiging kasaysayan ng Pilipinas kung sakaling nagtagumpay ang NPA. ang masasabi ko lang malamang kung nag tagumpay sila, sakop n tayo ng Tsina. iyan ang gusto ng intsik noon na pabagsakin c Marcos dahil hinde nila kaya noon agawin ang mga isla n ngayon ay nakuha na nila, dahil humina na ng humina ang depensa ng Pilipinas dahil sa mga pulitikong GAHAMAN.

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No it was clear to Vic Corpuz what the Philippine history would be like in case the NPA succeeded. All I can say is likely if they have been successful, China would have taken over us That's what the Chinese then wanted to be the one that would be the same, as they were able to seize the islands now, since the Philippine's defense of its politicians has weakened.
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Re: It was the Chinese that destroyed the Philippines in the 60's 70's
« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2020, 12:50:49 PM »
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communist_rebellion_in_the_Philippines

China provided support to the NPA from 1969–1976. After that period, the Chinese ceased all aid, resulting in a five-year period of reduced activity. Despite the setback, the rebellion rekindled with funds from revolutionary taxes, extortion and large scale foreign support campaigns.[16] Both the CPP and NPA attempted to garner support from the Workers' Party of Korea, the Maoist factions of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, Japanese Red Army, Sandinista National Liberation Front, Communist Party of El Salvador, Communist Party of Peru, and the Algerian military. Financial aid, training and other forms of support were received from a number of the above. NDF-controlled trading companies were allegedly set up in Hong Kong, Belgium, and Yugoslavia. At the same time the Communist Party of the Philippines formed a unit in the Netherlands and sent representatives to Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Ireland, United States, Sweden, and various parts of the Middle East. Despite the massive amount of aid previously received, foreign support eventually dried up following the 1990s collapse of socialist governments worldwide.[7]

Between the 1970s and 1980s, thousands of volunteers, including youth and teenagers from both urban and rural areas, joined the organization. In 1992, NPA split into two factions: the reaffirmist faction led by Sison and the rejectionist faction which advocated the formation of larger military units and urban insurgencies. Through NPA's history, 13 smaller factions emerged from the group,[8] the most notable being MLPP-RHB, APP, RPA-M, RPM/P-RPA-ABB and CPLA. A parallel Moro insurgency created favorable conditions for the development of NPA. During the 1970s, 75% of the Philippine military was deployed on the island of Mindanao, a Moro stronghold, despite the 1976 peace deal between the government and MILF. As of 2000, 40% of the AFP troops continued to engage Moro rebels.[14]

In 2001, the AFP launched a campaign of selective extrajudicial killings, in an attempt to suppress NPA activity. By targeting suspected rebel sympathizers, the campaign aimed to destroy the communist political infrastructure. The program was modeled after the Phoenix Program, a U.S. project implemented during the Vietnam War. According to Dr William Norman Holden, University of Calgary, security forces carried out a total of 1,335 extrajudicial killings between January 2001 – October 2012.[14]
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basically it was the chinese that supported the uprising/civil war and all different types of shwits in the philippines. it lead president marcos to be a dictator.

this what lead to the collapse of the philippines.




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The New People's Army (Filipino: Bagong Hukbong Bayan), abbreviated NPA or BHB, is the armed wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP),[6]:119 based primarily in the Philippine countryside.[2] It acts as the CPP's principal organization, aiming to consolidate political power from what it sees as the present "bourgeois reactionary puppet government" and to aid in the "people's democractic revolution".[6]:119
Founded in March 29, 1969,[1]:96 by the collaboration of Jose Maria Sison and former members of the Hukbong Mapagpalaya ng Bayan led by Bernabe Buscayno, the NPA has since waged a guerrilla war based on the Maoist strategy of protracted people's war.[7] The NPA is one of the key figures in the ongoing CPP-NPA-NDF rebellion in the Philippines, the longest ongoing conflict in the country.

The NPA operates in the Philippine countryside, where the CPP alleges it has established itself in 73 out of the country's 81 provinces, across over 110 guerrilla fronts[2]. In guerrilla zones where the NPA has entrenched itself, the CPP-NPA has established a People's Democratic Government (Gubyernong Bayan), which operates independently of the Philippine government. Within these zones, income taxes which would nominally go to the government treasury instead go to the NPA, which they use to fund community services.[8]

The NPA, as represented by the National Democratic Front of the Philippines, is party to ongoing peace talks between the People's Democratic Government and the Government of the Republic of the Philippines. Peace negotiations have reached an impasse, with the current Rodrigo Duterte administration unilaterally announcing a termination of peace talks.[9] Negotiations between the GRP and the NDFP stalled on signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on Socio-Economic Reforms (CASER)[10], and the issue of localized peace talks between individual units of the NPA.[11]
The Philippine government currently has designated the NPA as a terrorist group, along with the CPP. [12] The United States of America[4] and the European Union[5] have designated the CPP-NPA as "foreign terrorist organizations" in 2002 and 2005, respectively



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