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Rep. Alcover warns of increased NPA attacks as the CPP’s 43rd founding anniversary nears

By ANAD Partylist
November 30, 2011

QUEZON CITY  –  The Alliance for Nationalism and Democracy (ANAD) Partylist called on government security forces to be doubly on alert against increased Maoist terrorist NPA in the run-up towards the 43rd founding anniversary of the Maoist terrorist Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) on December 26.

“As in their tradition, they conduct series of harassments and violent attacks, with impunity, against innocent civilians and government security facilities from the period covering at least 2 months leading to December 26,” said ANAD Rep. Jun Alcover as he reminisced his days in the Maoist terrorist underground organization when this occasion is always marked by the blood of innocent Filipinos offered in the altar of Maoist terrorist revolution.

The burning of several heavy equipments owned by private contractors of government-funded projects and the unabated detonation of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), “Shall intensify as Dec.26, which is also the birth anniversary of Mao Tse Tung, founder of Maoist communism, draws near,” Rep. Alcover warned.

The recent IED explosion killing 3 army soldiers a few hundreds of meters from a 69th IB, PA patrol base in Barangay Guinobatan, Davao City is part of the NPA’s series of anti-people and anti-government actions leading to the Dec. 26 founding anniversary celebration.

On the other hand, Rep. Alcover strikingly slammed the Maoist terrorist group’s relentless lies and pretensions as it continued to demand the release of 17 arrested and detained NPA leaders who they claim are NDF political consultants covered by the Joint Agreement on Safety and Immunity Guarantees.

“How can they demand from government when the diskette that Jose Ma. Sison and Luis Jalandoni boisterously claimed to contain the list of JASIG covered NDF political consultants turned out to be blank where not even a word or a letter could be retrieved from it. This is the worst of the many Maoist terrorist chicanery committed,” he pointed out.

“There should be no further release of any political detainee unless ordered by the courts. The release of Maria Luisa Purcray, Jaime Soledad, and Jovencio Balweg is more than enough to show government’s sincerity in pursuing peace,” the former NPA political and commanding officer turned pro-democracy advocate emphasized.

With the scurrilous lies relentlessly pursued by Joma Sison and his peers, covering some 20 years of peace talks with government, OPAPP Sec. Teresita Quintos-Deles now has realized that the 3 year timetable for the peace agreement to be signed by both the government and Maoists terrorist is impossible to attain.

“With this development, ANAD’s position on the peace talks is proven correct. It is best for government to stop all of these senseless and useless peace negotiations in order to save taxpayer’s money needed to fund pro-people and poverty alleviation programs of the government,” Rep. Alcover said.