Joma is highly looked
upon by Teddy Casiño and company in the Maoist pseudo partylist
organizations; Renato Reyes, Bagong Alyansya Makabayan Secretary
General; and Satur Ocampo, widely known as the head of the Maoist
terrorist New People’s Army, among others.
Rep. Alcover issued
this statement after a highly confidential and very reliable source in
the Maoist terrorist CPP Central Committee told him that Sison is set
to arrive in the country in time for the CPP’s 43rd founding
anniversary on Dec. 26. “My source said that arrangements by Maoist
CPP officials in the country and the government, through key Maoist
personalities in government, are already in high gear but in a very
low key,” said Rep. Alcover as he refuse to reveal the identity of his
source except saying, “He is responsible in the many information that
ANAD got revealing some important facets of the Maoist CPP’s
activities and directions.”
The same source also
told Rep. Alcover that upon Sison’s return, several instruments, e.g.
Memo of Understanding and others, between the PNoy government and the
Maoist terrorist CPP will be signed. “Foremost among these, is an
instrument that would manifest both parties’ intent to draft an
agreement on the sharing of power of government. In other words, a
coalition government with the Maoist terrorists is in the works,” Rep.
In all likelihood,
“There are reasons why Malacañang deliberately hyped the impeach Chief
Justice Corona issue and have it tailored cut to sway public attention
away from Sison’s return,” Rep. Alcover explained.
“Is their truth to
this? This is a question that the PNoy administration must answer and
explain to the Filipino people. We cannot afford to let go of our
country’s aspirations in exchange for one’s solid intention of making
a mark in our country’s history at the expense of our freedom and
democratic ideals,” said Rep. Alcover.
However, the former
NPA political and commanding officer in Eastern and Central Visayas
turned pro-democracy advocate called on the PNoy administration,
particularly the Department of Justice and other law enforcement
agencies, to serve the number of warrants of arrest issued by the
courts against Joma Sison once he sets his feet in the country. “PNoy
must do this instead of giving Joma the so-called red carpet welcome,
under the guise of the one-sided peace effort (sic!) that Joma and his
peers have consistently shunned and abused. Also, it will show how
steadfast is his government in upholding the rule of law and not just
knit-picking on who shall and shall not be brought to trial before the
courts. Joma must be given his day in court to answer for his crimes
against the Filipino people and prove his innocence, if any,” Rep.