Revolutionary women’s organization take to Manila streets

The revolutionary Malayang Kilusan ng Bagong Kababaihan (Makibaka) took to the streets of downtown Manila last March 17 to commemorate International Women’s Month in a “lightning rally.”

Denouncing the continuing poverty and injustices suffered by Filipino women under the Rodrigo Duterte government, the underground group called on women to join the national democratic revolution.

Makibaka is one of the founding allied organizations of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines, which also includes the Communist Party of the Philippines and the New People’s Army. Read more

Revolutionary women’s organization celebrate NPA’s anniversary

Members of the underground revolutionary group Makabayang Kilusan ng Bagong Kababaihan (Makibaka) held a “lightning rally” last March 17 in downtown Manila to mark the coming 47th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of the Philippines’ New People’s Army (NPA).

Makibaka said it is right for women to join the revolution to emancipate themselves from poverty and other abuses as well as help in liberating Philippine society.

Members of the Philippine National Police were surprised as the women revolutionaries gathered and marched on the narrow streets of Manila’s Binondo area.

The NPA was founded in Tarlac Province in March 29, 1969 and has since been waging one of the world’s longest-running Maoist guerilla war.


LARAWAN: NDFP 42nd Anniversary


Revolutionary organizations call for Aquino’s ouster and intensification of people’s war


Around a thousand members of all revolutionary organizations allied to the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) marched along EDSA in Cubao, Quezon City in celebration of its 42nd founding anniversary this April 24, 2015 and calls for the people to bring down the US-Aquino regime and intensification of the armed revolution. The lightning rally started at two points, one near the Cubao-LRT station in Aurora while the other group started to march from Farmers-MRT station, converged and held a program at Cubao’s intersection.





Led by the Communist Party of the Philippines, NDFP’s allied organizations are the New People’s Army, Revolutionary Council of the Trade Unions, Pambansang Katipunan ng mga Magbubukid, Katipunan ng mga Samahang Manggagawa, Kabataang Makabayan, Makabayang Kilusan ng Bagong Kababaihan, Makabayang Kawaning Pilipino, Christians for National Liberation, Katipunan ng mga Gurong Makabayan, Artista at Manunulat para sa Sambayanan, Makabayang Samahang Pangkalusugan, Liga ng Agham para sa Bayan, COMPATRIOTS, Lupon ng Manananggol para sa Bayan, Moro Resistance and Liberation Organization and the Cordillera People’s Democratic Front.

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Quezon City, Philippines
April 24, 2015