All-Filipino Revolutionary Socialist Republic

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All-Filipino Revolutionary Socialist Republic
Hukbong Bayan Laban sa Hapon
Flag of the AFRSR
TAG = SPH
Politics
CapitalTuguegarao
Ruling Party Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas - United Front Wing
Head of StateLuis Taluc y Mangalus
Diplomacy
Sphere No Sphere
Foreign AlignmentNon-Aligned
Economy
GDP$0.90B
Credit Rating Good
Market Type Planned Economy

The All-Filipino Revolutionary Socialist Republic, officially the Hukbong Bayan Laban sa Hapon, or more known as the AFRSR or Hukbalahap is one of the three rival governments in the Philippine Archipelago. The nation is an unrecognized state created in opposition to the Japanese-Backed Second Philippine Republic, based in Northern Luzon. As part of their revolutionary goal of creating a Socialist Republic in the Philippines, it wages an guerilla and people's war against the the Japanese-sponsored Second Philippine Republic to the south.

It consists of Filipino peasants and farmers fighting against the occupation of Japan and the KALIBAPI. While the nation is neutral, the Huks begrudgingly work with the Commonwealth Exiles and the United States to keep themselves afloat and armed.

It holds an uneasy truce and alliance with the Commonwealth Exiles in Mindanao and Visayas, the resistance movement led by Carlos Garcia.

History[edit | edit source]

Second World War[edit | edit source]

The AFSR has its roots in the Hukbalahap movement, an insurgency started by peasants in Luzon. the Lava Brothers would declare a workers and peasants republic in 1945, and immediately begin carrying out land reform, with large estates broken up and given to peasantry, among other changes. throughout the

Philippine War and Aftermath[edit | edit source]

The Philippines Communists realised they couldnt defeat the Japanese by themselves, so they entered into an alliance with the Free Philippine Republic. together they would launch an offensive in 1959. while the Free Filipinos made substantial gains, the Huks would be forced to retreat, embarking upon a long withdrawal that becamse known as the Great Paddy March. in the aftermath, the head of the PKP Luis Taruc would attack General Secretary Jose Lava, stating his caustion and dogmatism had cost the revolution. Taruc would then oust Lava, becoming the leader of the newly proclaimed AFSR.