Apatnapu’t anim na taon na ang nakalilipas ng pinagpuyos ng kabataan, sa pangunguna ng Kabataang Makabayan, ang mga bugso ng paglaban na tumagal ng tatlong buwan mula Enero hanggang Marso 1970, na tumatak sa kasaysayan bilang Sigwa ng Unang Kwarto o First Quarter Storm (FQS). Binigwasan nito ang kabulukan ng naghaharing […]

Continue Reading

Sa pagbukas ng bagong taon, sunud-sunod na mga kilos-protesta laban sa Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) ang inilunsad ng mga grupo ng kabataan sa pangunguna ng Anakbayan at League of Filipino Students (LFS).
Nilusob ng mga kabataan ang Embahada ng Estados Unidos sa madaling araw ng Enero 21. Binato ng […]

Continue Reading

1964 Isang 14-anyos na batang lalaki na si Rogelio Balagtas ay pinaslang habang nangongolekta ng mga punglo sa Clark Airfield target range. Binaril siya sa likod ng sundalong Amerikano na si Larry Cole.

Binaril ng mga sundalong Amerikano na sina James Edwards at James Thomas si Gonzalo Villedo habang siya ay nangingisda kasama ang kanyang […]

Continue Reading

Mga Awit mula sa FQS

On January 31, 2016 By

I. ANG MASA

G
Ang masa, ang masa lamang
D
Ang siyang tunay na bayani
Am D
Ang masa, ang masa lamang
G-D7
Ang siyang tagapaglikha.
G
Ang masa, ang masa lamang
E
Ang siyang tagapaglikha
Am D7 G E
Ang masa […]

Continue Reading

Demands official apology and compensation for WW2 victims The youth group Anakbayan, in the wake of Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko’s state visit to the Philippines, condemned plans to forge a Visiting Forces Agreement between the Philippine and Japanese governments that will allow the stationing of Japanese troops on Philippine soil.

The youth group […]

Continue Reading

Youth group marches to Mendiola, calls on Aquino to face hearings

Hundreds of youth and students marched to Mendiola today afternoon to call for the jailing of President BS Aquino for his leading role in the Mamasapano incident.

Exactly one year after the bloody episode, the youth group Anakbayan led the youth and students’ call […]

Continue Reading

EDCA, absurd, not mutually beneficial – Anakbayan

Students lead by Anakbayan and Kabataan Partylist conducted noise barrages and campus assemblies today to protest the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement’s (EDCA) constitutionality.

“We are here to take a stand against the re-establishment of U.S. military bases on Philippine soil and to uphold […]

Continue Reading

Aquino is “Mamasapano mastermind” – Anakbayan

Youth group Anakbayan will be spearheading protests on January 25, Monday, the first anniversary of the Mamasapano incident as the Senate reopens the Mamasapano probe.

The group called President BS Aquino the “Mamasapano mastermind,” saying he and his US masters should be made accountable for the death of 44 […]

Continue Reading

Proposed curriculum change in UP like “selling soul to the devil”

Students led by youth group Anakbayan welcomed the first day of classes today at the University of the Philippines (UP) with protest actions against the proposed new General Education (GE) program which they denounced as “colonial, anti-filipino, anti-student, and anti-faculty.”

Students bearing […]

Continue Reading

Urges Congress to override Aquino veto

Youth group Anakbayan condemned as “an insult” BS Aquino’s offer of a P500 hike in lieu of the P2,000 SSS pension increase bill that the President vetoed Thursday last week.

“Epal at papogi ang P500. Milyon-milyong bonuses ang binibigay para sa SSS officials pero pinapalabas nila na walang pera […]

Continue Reading

Youth group Anakbayan today asked if President Aquino got $300 million or P13.9 billion from Washington in exchange for the reopening of the US bases in Clark and Subic and the offering of other locations for the stationing of unlimited personnel, weapons, and facilities.

Anakbayan national chairperson Vencer Crisostomo recalled a September 20, 2015 New […]

Continue Reading

The youth group Anakbayan today denounced the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) for being worse than the defunct 1947 US military bases agreement junked by the Philippine Senate in 1991 in light of the Aquino government’s offer to allow US military presence in 8 local bases.

“We junked the US bases in Subic and Clark […]

Continue Reading