MAURO GIA SAMONTE

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AND talking about it myself is extremely vexatious. Women defiled is among topics top on my list of taboos, like cannibalism and bestiality. For this reason, while I may sincerely sympathize with a group of Chinese Filipinos who compose the Tulay Foundation in erecting the statue symbolizing the pathetic plight…

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THIS erratum was immediately posted in the comments space for yesterday’s column soon after I noticed the mistake, but I am reiterating this here to make sure it reaches the entirety of the intended audience. In yesterday’s “Thanks to me, China has become the world’s largest economy,” the last sentence…

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IT was an inadvertence, of course. Stressed by multifarious worries endemic in the holiday rush, I nonetheless struggled to beat the three-day advance deadline for my December 24, Sunday, column going into the last 10 minutes to six o’clock that Thursday afternoon. My one-year-old granddaughter, Cyon, child of my eldest…

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SO now, all the foregoing premises considered—all the elaborations in the past eight parts of this article—I undertake this Manifesto of Great Severance. Rupture from the class struggle The idea of the class struggle is the synthesis of the study Karl Marx made of what he considered the microcosm of…

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KA Jun was playing the piano that day in 1991 when I had a serious discussion with him regarding the virtual purge that Jose Maria Sison made in the ranks of the CPP and the NPA with the issuance of his “Reaffirm Our Basic Principles, Stand By Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tse Tung…

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