Aug 2, 2017 @ 15:42

Armed Forces cheif Eduardo Año has sneered on the declare of Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria Sison that insurgent leaders don’t profit from the extortion rackets dedicated by the New People’s Army.

“He will definitely disavow that because he is a liar. A master deceiver; a criminal. Only someone with such a vicious mind can hatch and execute a plan like the bombing of Plaza Miranda (which took place in Aug. 21, 1971) that caused the death and wounding of several innocent people,” the AFP chief pressured.

“Mr. Sison and other top leaders of the CPP-NPA will deny taking lion-share of the extortion money they exact from plantation owners, contractors, and business persons,” he added.

He added that the complete navy, together with the remainder of the nation, shall be very stunned if Sison will admit to taking his share within the rebels’ extortion scheme, including such unlawful actions haven’t any paper or cash trails which may implicate the CPP founder and his cohorts.

“The local New People’s Army tasked to do the collection of ‘revolutionary tax’ that resents that iniquitous sharing is likely to deny that Mr. Sison and other CPP-NPA honchos derive monetary benefits. They all are guilty of extortion, grave coercion, destructive arsons, and kidnapping,” Año identified.

The AFP chief additionally emphasised that Sison and his group has lengthy since traded their ideology for cash; rules for perks; trigger for advantages.

“Their group has become a big burden to business and employment opportunities for the people. They should stop their false pretenses of being pro-people and pro-progress. Because they are in fact the anti-thesis to peace and development for the people,” he identified.

Earlier, the CPP founder mentioned taxes collected by the NPA have been voluntarily given by their supporters and these are used for social and financial packages for the folks and upkeep of their combating drive.

Sison additionally mentioned he will get nothing from this whilst he pressured that his dwelling and medical bills in The Netherlands are supplied by Dutch charitable organizations, his buddies and family. (Philippine News Agency)