In PSR, Joma Sison does not bother to define fascism. He uses "fascism" to mean "state violence I don't like." He is wrong. Fascism has a specific meaning: a reactionary transclass mass movement. His mystification of fascism prevented NatDems from seeing that Duterte was fascist.


Joma Sison called Marcos fascist in PSR, and indeed I believe that revealing the trans-class support to Marcos could make that case, but Sison doesn't even know what fascism is, so he merely remains at the level of "fascism is stuff I don't like."

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