ANAD Partylist blames the Maoist terrorist CPP-NPA-NDF for destroying the future of thousands of Filipino youths by luring them into a violent revolution.

“The death of Kemberly Jul Luna, a campus-beauty-and-brain-turned-NPA-terrorist, is just a tip of the iceberg of the ominous situation where Maoist communist agents are deceiving many of our idealistic youths today with the promise of serving the people and the country,” declared ANAD Partylist-Mindanao Spokesman Arthur Tariman.
According to Tariman, the death of the 21-year old Luna, a member of the CPP-NPA-NDF front League of Filipino Students (LFS), during the encounter between the 8IB PA and a group of NPA terrorists in the mountains of Valencia City, Bukidnon Province last Dec. 15 is just one case in the long list of incidents involving young and children warriors.

Sometime last March, student leader Esmael Magbanua, Jr. was also slain when he joined a band of communist terrorists who attacked the Zamboanguita Patrol Base in Bukidnon.

With the request of his parents, Army soldiers exhumed Magbanua’s remains from a shallow grave somewhere in Bukidnon on Sept. 22.
Magbanua, a resident of Barangay Gusa, Cagayan de Oro and student of Xavier University of Cagayan de Oro, was the spokesman of the Supreme Student Council in Xavier University and an active officer of the former Anak Bayan Partylist, now known as Kabataan Partylist.

Less than two years ago, a bright and promising Rachael Mae Palang was also killed in an encounter with soldiers also in Zamboanguita town in Negros Oriental.
Palang, a daughter of a municipal councilor in Consolacion town, Cebu, was the regional chairperson of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) in Central Visayas at the time of her death.

Last Oct. 18, a young NPA terrorist was killed when his group of student activists from Cebu City shot it out with Army soldiers manning at checkpoint at Sitio Pulang Yuta, Barangay Mayabon, Zamboanguita town in Negros Oriental.
Rodel Carpentero of Cebu City was slain but three of his companions were nabbed. They were identified as Maria Carla Alvarico, a licensed nurse who graduated from Velez College; Carlo Hernandez Cabahug, who finished computer technology from the University of San Carlos; and Absin Glenn Filamer, a political science graduate from the University of Cebu.

Alvarico replaced Palang, a best friend, as CEGP-Central Visayas regional chairperson after her death in an encounter with the military a year ago then.
In Metro Manila, two students of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP)-Sta. Mesa, Manila campus are yet to return to their respective families after they went to the hills with local communist terrorists mid last year.
The parents of 19-year old Albert Estrada, a 1st year BS Journalism student; and 18-year old Regina Obiso, a 1st year BS Broadcast Communications student, both in the College of Communications of PUP, have been pleading for the return of their children.

Albert and Regina were members of the PUP Kabataang Makabayan – Charlie del Rosario Chapter which recruited them to join the NPA.

In Davao, the media appearance of former BAYAN-Southern Mindanao secretary-general Alvin Luque in a local NPA camp during the 41st anniversary celebration of the CPP dramatized the transformation of an idealistic student leader into a militant street parliamentarian and later as a ruthless communist terrorist.

“There are thousands of Luque, Luna, Magbanua, Palang, Estrada and Obiso in the making, unless the Filipino people would take collective steps to frustrate the sinister design of the CPP-NPA-NDF,” Tariman concluded. (ANAD PARTLIST-MINDANAO INFONEWS BUREAU)

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