Tuesday, October 30, 2012

ANAD: Maoist CPP groups (have) no monopoly over marginalized Filipinos

Posted to the anti-communist ANAD Website (Oct 30): Maoist CPP groups has no monopoly over marginalized Filipinos

“In reality, these groups are the very least concerned over our less privileged brothers and sisters as reality tells us that they subtly and fully exploit the latter’s woes and deprivations. The number of Maoist doctrines and teachings rammed on us, during my days inside the violent Maoist terrorist organization, taught us how to manipulate and use the underprivileged and poor sectors of the Filipino community in a wholesale and viled propaganda effort against government,” said ANAD Rep. Pastor Alcover Jr as he dared leaders of Maoist sectoral front organizations, like Bayan, Karapatan, Anakbayan, Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas, and Kilusan Mayo Uno together with their partylists: Bayan Muna, Gabriela, Alliance of Concerned Teachers, Anakpawis, and Kabataan, to bare out any and all tangible programs they’ve implemented resulting in the improvement of the lives of the sectors they are supposedly concerned and claimed to represent in Congress...."


1 comment:

  1. The Alliance for National and Democracy (ANAD)is headed by ex-communist Pastor Jun Alcover. The group is virulently anti-communist and reported has close ties to the Philippine military.


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