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 Chairman Mao Swims in the Yangtse

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Source: Peking Review, No. 31, July 29, 1966
Transcribed for www.wengewang.org

FROM CHAIRMAN MAO'S WORKS:

"We Communists ought to face the world and brave the storm, the great world of mass struggle and the mighty storm of mass struggle."
— Get Organized!



   "CHAIRMAN Mao Tse-tung, our great leader, once again had a good swim in the Yangtse River, braving the wind and waves on July 16.
   The sky over Wuhan that day was bright and clear. Tens of thousands of people, ebullient with joy, thronged both banks of the river.
   Chairman Mao had swum across the Yangtse at Wuhan three times in June 1956. and had written his magnificent and powerful poem Swimming — to the melody Shui Tiao Keh Tou. Ten years later. Chairman Mao again swam in the great river, staying in the water for 65 minutes and covering a distance of nearly 15 kilometres. It was as Chairman Mao had said in his poem:

   "I care not that the wind blows and the
   waves beat; It is better than idly strolling in a courtyard,"

   The happy news about Chairman Mao's latest swim in the Yangtse soon spread all over Wuhan. Filled with great joy, the people of this triple city, men and women and old and young, passed on the word: "Our respected and beloved leader Chairman Mao is so very healthy. This is the greatest happiness for the entire Chinese people and for the revolutionary people of the whole world!"
   Acting in accordance with Chairman Mao's instruction to go and swim in the big rivers and seas to steel themselves, 5,000 swimmers in Wuhan, following the course charted by Chairman Mao, enthusiastically took part in the 11th Cross-Yangtse Swimming Competition on the morning of July 16. Our great leader arrived in a launch and reviewed the competitors. It was a tremendous inspiration to all the people of Wuhan.
   The waters of the river seemed to be smiling that day. Cheering crowds lined both banks which were decorated with colourful banners and huge posters with slogans. It was a festive scene, with the people immersed in deep joy.
   At 9:20 in the morning, the strains of The East Is Red, a song in praise of our beloved leader Chairman Mao, came through the loudspeakers on both banks, stirring the hearts of everyone on the spot. They thought to themselves: It was Chairman Mao who opened a broad, smooth path on the Yangtse for us. How fine it would be if he could come today and see us cross the river!
   Chairman Mao is the red sun in our hearts and is with us for ever. Just as the competition started, a fast launch cut through the waves and sailed towards the swimmers from the east where the sun was rising. At that moment, one of the swimmers first caught sight of the great leader on the launch. Hardly able to contain his joy, he immediately shouted out: "Chairman Mao has arrived! Long live Chairman Mao!" Instantly, the swimmers, holding hundreds of red banners high above the water, swam towards Chairman Mao. The eyes of thousands upon thousands of people on the banks and in the river, which became red with the reflections of the banners, were turned on Chairman Mao! They all expressed the same wish: May our great Chairman Mao live ten thousand years! And they all shouted in one voice from their hearts: Long live Chairman Mao! Simultaneously with the cheers, all the ships at anchor sounded their whistles in honour of the great leader. Cheers intermingled with whistles to form a thunderous roar which shook the sky over Wuhan.
   Radiant with vigour and in buoyant spirits, Chairman Mao stood on the deck and reviewed the large number of swimmers battling the waves. At that moment, the swimmers formed a Great Wall on the wide river, cleft the waves and valiantly forged ahead, some holding red banners high and others advancing with big boards inscribed with quotations from Chairman Mao's works which read: "Unity, alertness, earnestness and liveliness"; "The imperialists are bullying us in such a manner that we have to deal with them seriously"; "Be resolute and unafraid of sacrifice, surmount every difficulty to win victory." Chairman Mao was filled with great joy to sec that the swimmers were fired with such revolutionary spirit, so firm in their determination and so strong in their fighting will. Now walking to the starboard and now to the port side, he waved to the swimmers amid enthusiastic cheers and called out to them in a loud voice: 'Greetings, comrades! Long live you comrades!"
  The children's swimming contingent made up of over 200 primary school pupils received particular attention from Chairman Mao. Most of them Young Pioneers from 8 to 14 years old, the children breasted the waves and swam vigorously onward with a board inscribed with Chairman Mao's words: "Study diligently and make progress every day," singing the song We Are Successors to the Cause of Communism as they advanced. They demonstrated the revolutionary spirit of red youngsters in the Mao Tse-tung era. As the children swam past, Chairman Mao requested that the launch be steered towards them. Seeing Chairman Mao, the Young Pioneers enthusiastically shouted: "Long live Chairman Mao!" Beaming with warm smiles, Chairman Mao waved to them and said in an affectionate tone: "Greetings, children!"
   Chairman Mao's encouragement gave great strength to the children. Braving the rolling waves, they swam towards their destination.
   Nieh Chang-hsin, a swimmer from the militia of the Hankow Thermal Power Plant, became so excited when he saw Chairman Mao that he forgot he was in the water. Raising both hands, he shouted: "Long live Chairman Mao! Long live Chairman Mao!" He leapt into the air but soon sank into the river again. He gulped several mouthfuls, but the water tasted especially sweet to him. The 5,000 swimmers, as excited as this militiaman, swam past Chairman Mao in groups and, cheering "Long live Chairman Mao," triumphantly reached the destination.
   As soon as they went ashore, they turned round and, together with the tens of thousands of people there, warmly cheered Chairman Mao who was on board the launch in mid stream. As the vessel moved towards the shore, Chairman Mao, who was standing at the bow, continuously waved his hand and shouted: "Long live the people!" The crowds on the shore were in exuberant spirits; they burst into thunderous cheers which drowned the roar of the Yangtse's tempestuous waters.
   It was at this joyous moment that Chairman Mao's launch arrived near the mouth of the Wuchang dykes. With steady steps, Chairman Mao walked down the gangway and dipped himself in the water for a while before stretching out his arms and beginning to swim. It was exactly 11 o'clock.
   The Yangtse was in spate; its current was swift and the rolling waves pounded the shores. Swimming in the vast river. Chairman Mao sometimes made his way through the turbulent waters by side-stroking and sometimes he floated on his back, looking at the azure sky. Close by his side in the water were Comrade Wang Jen-chung. Second Secretary of the Central-South China Bureau of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party and First Secretary of the Hupeh Provincial Party Committee, and a group of robust youths.
As Chairman Mao swam through the waves, he talked animatedly with the comrades around him. A young woman told him: "This is the second time I’m swimming in the Yangtse." Smiling, Chairman Mao replied: "The Yangtse is wide and deep. It is a good place to swim in." When Chairman Mao discovered that another young woman accompanying him could only swim in one style, he amiably taught her the back-stroke. He said: "The Yangtse is deep and its current is swift. This can help you train your body and strengthen your will-power."
When Chairman Mao crossed the Yangtse for the fourth time in 1957, he pointed to a lesson: People say that the Yangtse is a very big river, actually there is nothing to be afraid of about its size. Isn't U.S. imperialism very big? It turned out to be nothing when we rebuffed it once. So, there are actually some big things in the world that are not to be feared.
   While swimming, Chairman Mao also chatted with Comrade Wang Jen-chung at his side. "How is swimming being popularized among the young people in Wuhan?" he asked. "More and more of them are taking to the water," replied Wang Jen-chung. "They have distinguished themselves for being bold, brave and quick in learning. In general, they take only five or six clays to learn to swim." Then Chairman Mao asked: "Can one in every three swim?" Comrade Wang Jen-chung replied: "Yes." Very much pleased, Chairman Mao said: "That's very good!" Comrade Wang Jen-chung reported to Chairman Mao that men of the Chinese People's liberation Army and the militia swam across the Yangtse fully armed last year and that students of the Wuhan Institute of Water Conservancy and Electric Power swam across Tunghu Lake in Wuhan during the winter. He said that an increasing number of people had learnt to swim and that the number able to swim across the Yangtse was growing from year to year.
   In 1956 when Chairman Mao swam across the Yangtse for the first time, the broad masses were inspired. Chairman Mao has said: "Swimming is a sport in which the swimmers battle against Nature; you should go into the big rivers and seas to temper yourselves." Following his instruction, tens of thousands of youth and the broad masses have taken part in swimming across the Yangtse on an increasingly extensive scale over the last few years. During the first across-the-Yangtse swim, among those who took part were only some two dozen girl swimmers. Now nearly 1.000 girls take part every year, among them armed militia-women. At first, only one boy took part. Today, however, the children are the vanguard in crossing the river. Many born after 1956, when Chairman Mao first swam across the river, now figure prominently in the cross-Yangtse swim.
   When it was nearly noon, a 5-degree strong wind swept over the wide river, churning up big waves. The launch waiting in the middle of the river moved towards Chairman Mao to take him aboard. Comrade Wang Jen-chung asked him several times to go on board to take a rest. Chairman Mao asked how long they had been swimming. When the comrades around said that they had been swimming for 45 minutes, he replied in the best of spirits: "It's not even an hour yet!" With that, he continued swimming to the east. When they had swum 65 minutes. Comrade Wang Jen-chung again asked Chairman Mao to take a rest on the launch. Chairman Mao joked: "Since you are First Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee here, I have to obey your order!"
   Starling from near the mouth of the Wuchang dykes, Chairman Mao swam downstream for nearly 15 kilometres to a place near the Wuhan Iron and Steel Company. When he boarded the launch, he was in high spirits and showed no signs of fatigue.
   The news of Chairman Mao's swim in the Yangtse stirred all hearts and brought immense inspiration and strength to everybody.
   Wei Yueh-an, political instructor of the 205th group of the Wuhan Port Administration and one of those in the Yangtse navigational departments who have distinguished themselves for having studied Chairman Mao's works well, after he returned to his group, described to his comrades the memorable scene of how Chairman Mao reviewed the swimmers and how the great leader had a good swim in the Yangtse. With deep emotion, he said: "A docker who spent dozens of years on the water front. I had my full share of the bitterness and agony of the old society. Since liberation, the people have become the masters of their country. That I was able to swim in the Yangtse together with Chairman Mao today is an event I'll never forget for the rest of my life. From now on I'll follow Chairman Mao's teachings still better. While working on the Yangtse, I'll keep the interests of the country and those of the world at heart, study and apply Chairman Mao's works creatively, do my part to carry out the great proletarian cultural revolution thoroughly, do a good job at work, and make my contribution to the building of our great motherland and to supporting the anti-imperialist, revolutionary struggles. of the people of Asia, Africa and Latin America. This is how 1 shall repay the solicitude shown me by the Party and Chairman Mao."
   July 16 was an unforgettable day for the more than 300 workers and staff members and their families at the repair section of the shipping department of the Yangtse River Navigation Administration. That was the day they saw how healthy and full of spirit their beloved leader Chairman Mao was, and this made them immensely happy. The same afternoon the workers wrote stacks of pledges In their workshops, proclaiming their resolve to raise the great red banner of Mao Tse-tung's thought still higher, carry the great proletarian cultural revolution through to the end, and repair vessels in a way which would give greater, faster, better and more economical results, support national construction and the Vietnamese people in their struggle to defeat U.S. imperialism.
   When worker-swimmer Liu Wu-ching of the Hankow Thermal Power Plant saw Chairman Mao in mid stream, he pledged: "Chairman Mao. I'll study your writings still better and, emulating Comrade Liu Yingchun, assiduously study the supreme guide (meaning Chairman Mao's works— TV.), faithfully carry it out, enthusiastically propagate it and courageously defend it." On his way back to the power plant, Liu sang The East Is Red together with the others with deep feeling. A Young Pioneer, tremendously happy and filled with emotion after the swim, took out his pocket diary and with great care recorded the most unforgettable event in his life: "I saw Chairman Mao at 10:35 on the morning of July 16, 1966."
   On that day, friends from various countries who were visiting Wuhan after attending the Afro-Asian Writers' Emergency Meeting watched from on board boats the spectacular cross-Yangtse competition of the people of Wuhan. They met the Chinese people's great leader Chairman Mao whom they had long wished to see. The foreign friends cheered Chairman Mao enthusiastically and the excursion boats resounded with their plaudits. Delegates from Niger, while attending the writers' meeting in Peking, collectively wrote a poem expressing their great love for Chairman Mao. It read:

Mao Tse-tung, you are our leader,
Mao Tse-tung, you are our beacon,
Which illuminates, illuminates, illuminates
The darkest, the farthest horizons. . . .

They could not contain their excitement when they saw Chairman Mao that day. Some friends repeatedly called out: "Chairman Mao! Chairman Mao!" Others shouted in Chinese: "Long live Chairman Mao!" Still others on the boats kept clapping. Friends from Indonesia became so excited at seeing Chairman Mao that they cheered on and on and then broke into revolutionary songs in powerful voices.
   Chairman Mao warmly clapped and waved to the friends from various countries. They were very glad to see him so healthy. Some exclaimed: "Chairman Mao is in excellent health!" A friend from Africa remarked: "Chairman Mao has crossed the Yangtse at such an advanced age. Chairman Mao's good health and long life is the happiness of the world's oppressed people and of the people of the whole world."
  
   Foreign friends very highly praised Chairman Mao's call to swim across the Yangtse and the fact that he personally took part in it. They considered it of great significance. They declared that it was a great, unprecedented event for Chairman Mao to have taken the lead in crossing the Yangtse and for the Chinese people to follow this with nationwide swimming activities. It showed the courage of the Chinese people and their defiance of all hardships and dangers. Jaoudat al-Rikabi, a delegate from Syria, commented: "All the swimmers taking part in crossing the Yangtse today looked strong, enthusiastic and courageous. Chairman Mao's splendid initiative enables the young people to develop their physique and foster a sound ideology so that they are able to make a breakthrough however enormous the difficulties and however wide the river may be." These friends remarked that, from the conquest of the natural barrier of the Yangtse and the fearlessness of the people in face of any difficulty, they saw the splendour of Mao Tse-tung's thought.
   Chairman Mao has once again braved the waves of the Yangtse and had a good swim for nearly 15 kilometres. This is a great event which has stirred the hearts of all the people. The cheers of "Long live Chairman Mao" on both banks that day lasted for more than four hours. These moving scenes have shown the boundless love and respect of the Chinese people for their great leader Chairman Mao. Guided by the brilliant thought of Mao Tse-tung, China's 700 million people are setting their sights on the future and riding on the wind and waves as they advance.
  
  
  
  

 
 
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毛主席畅游长江

  (1966.07.25)《人民日报》
   毛主席畅游长江
    新华社武汉二十四日电 我们伟大的领袖毛主席,在一九六六年
七月十六日,再一次乘风破浪,畅游长江。
    这一天,武汉晴空万里,长江两岸万众欢腾。
    十年前的六月,毛主席曾经三次在武汉横渡长江,并且写下了光
辉豪迈的诗篇《水调歌头》(游泳)。十年后的今天,毛主席又在大
江中遨游,历时一小时零五分,游程近三十华里,“不管风吹浪打,
胜似闲庭信步”。
    毛主席再次畅游长江的喜讯,很快传遍了武汉。武汉全城男女老
少,欢欣鼓舞,奔走相告:“我们敬爱的领袖毛主席这样健康,这是
全中国人民的最大幸福!是全世界革命人民的最大幸福!”
    七月十六日上午,武汉市五千游泳健儿,遵循毛主席到大江大海
去游泳去锻炼的教导,在毛主席开辟的航道上,热烈举行第十一届横
渡长江游泳比赛。我们的伟大领袖在这个时候乘快艇检阅了参加比赛
的游泳健儿,这给了武汉全体人民以无比巨大的鼓舞。
    七月十六日这一天,长江水面笑逐颜开,沿江两岸大地上,无数
的彩旗,巨幅的标语,欢呼的人群,呈现出一片无比欢腾的节日景象

    上午九时二十分,大江两岸的扩音器,播送出歌颂我们敬爱的领
袖毛主席的乐曲《东方红》,激动着人们的心。人们想着:是毛主席
为我们在长江上开辟了平坦大道,今天,毛主席要是能来看我们横渡
长江,那该多好!
    毛主席是我们心中的红太阳,毛主席永远和我们在一起。就在比
赛刚刚开始的时刻,从东方太阳升起的江面上,一艘快艇破浪驶来。
这时,不知是游泳健儿中的哪一个,第一眼看见了快艇上的毛主席,
立即情不自禁地高呼:“毛主席来了!毛主席万岁!”紧接着,游泳
大军高举百面红旗,朝着毛主席的方向游了过去。在旗帜映红的江面
上,在两岸江堤上,千千万万人的目光向着毛主席!千千万万人表达
着同一个祝愿:伟大的毛主席万寿无疆!千千万万人发出了同一个心
声:毛主席万岁!与此同时,停港的船舶,汽笛齐声长鸣,向伟大的
领袖表示敬意。欢呼声、汽笛声汇成一片,震撼着武汉上空。
    毛主席红光满面,神采奕奕,在甲板上检阅正在与江水搏斗的游
泳大军。这时,宽阔的江面上,健儿们有的高举红旗,有的推着高大
的毛主席语录牌,组成一条水上长城,拨开千层波浪,奋勇前进。语
录牌上写着:“团结、紧张、严肃、活泼。”“帝国主义者如此欺负
我们,这是需要认真对付的。”“下定决心,不怕牺牲,排除万难,
去争取胜利。”毛主席看到游泳健儿们这种意气风发、斗志昂扬的革
命精神,十分高兴,一会儿走到快艇这一边,一会儿走到快艇那一边
,在热烈的欢呼声中向大家频频招手,并高呼:“同志们好!同志们
万岁!”
    由两百多名小学生组成的少年儿童游泳队伍,受到了毛主席特别
的关怀。这批大多是八岁到十四岁的“红领巾”,簇拥着“好好学习
,天天向上”的语录牌,齐唱《我们是共产主义接班人》,乘风破浪
,努力前进,表现出毛泽东时代红色少年的革命气概。当孩子们游过
来的时候,毛主席让快艇向少先队员们驶去。少先队员们看到了毛主
席,热烈高呼:“毛主席万岁!”毛主席慈祥地微笑着,向他们招手
,亲切地说:“少年们,你们好!”
    毛主席的鼓励,给孩子们增添了无限的力量,他们迎着滚滚波涛
,游向终点。
    游泳队伍中的汉口火力发电厂民兵聂长燊见到了毛主席,兴奋得
忘记了自己是在游泳,他举起双手高呼:“毛主席万岁!毛主席万岁
!”他跃起来又沉下去,喝了几口水,他觉得江水特别特别的甜。就
是这样,五千游泳健儿分批从毛主席身边游过,连续高呼“毛主席万
岁”,胜利到达终点。
    游泳健儿们登上比赛终点的江岸,掉转身来,和成千上万的群众
一起,热烈地向江中快艇上的毛主席欢呼。快艇向岸边驶去,毛主席
站在船头上,不断向大家招手,高呼“人民万岁!”岸上的人群沸腾
起来了,震天动地的欢呼声,淹没了滚滚长江的风浪声。
    就在这人欢水笑、群情沸腾的时候,毛主席乘坐的快艇开到武昌
大堤口附近。毛主席迈着稳健的步伐,从船舷的扶梯走下来,先在水
里浸了一下,然后便伸开双臂畅游起来。这时是上午十一时整。
    汛期的长江,水流湍急,浪涛滚滚,拍打江岸。毛主席在浩瀚的
江面上,时而挥臂侧游,拨开层层波涛,破浪前进;时而仰卧水面,
看万里碧空。陪同游泳的中共中央中南局第二书记、湖北省委第一书
记王任重同志,和一群矫健的男女青年,紧跟在毛主席身边。
    毛主席一面击浪前进,一面同周围的同志们谈笑风生。一位女青
年告诉毛主席:“我这是第二次在长江里游泳了。”毛主席笑着对她
说:“长江又宽、又深,是游泳的好地方。”陪同毛主席游泳的另一
位女青年,只能游一种姿势,毛主席发现了,便亲切地教她仰游。毛
主席说:“长江水深流急,可以锻炼身体,可以锻炼意志。”
    一九五七年,毛主席第四次横渡长江的时候,曾经教导过我们:
长江,别人都说很大,其实,大,并不可怕。美帝国主义不是很大吗
?我们顶了他一下,也没有啥。所以,世界上有些大的东西,其实并
不可怕。
    毛主席在游泳时,还同身旁的王任重同志交谈起来。毛主席问:
“武汉青少年游泳活动开展得怎样?”王任重同志说:“青少年游泳
的越来越多。他们的特点是:胆子大,勇敢,学起来也快,一般学五
六天就可以下水了。”毛主席又问:“三个人当中有一个人会游泳吗
?”王任重同志回答:“有。”毛主席满意地说:“这很好!”王任
重同志还向毛主席报告:去年人民解放军和民兵,武装泅渡过长江;
武汉水利电力学院学生冬天横渡过武汉的东湖,会游水的人越来越多
了。能够横渡长江的人也一年比一年多了。
    一九五六年,毛主席第一次横渡长江,鼓舞了广大群众。近几年
来,千万青少年和广大群众遵循着毛主席“游泳是同大自然作斗争的
一种运动,你们应该到大江大海去锻炼”的教导,更加广泛地开展了
渡江游泳活动。第一届横渡长江时,女运动员只有二十多名,现在每
届都有上千名,其中还有女民兵武装泅渡。那时,参加渡江的少年儿
童只有一个,而现在他们已经成了渡江的先锋;许多在毛主席第一次
横渡长江以后出生的儿童,如今也成了横渡长江的小将。
    将近十二点,辽阔的江面上刮起五级风,浩浩江面波涛滚滚。停
候在江心的快艇向毛主席开来,准备迎接毛主席上船。王任重同志几
次请毛主席上去休息。毛主席问:游了多少时间?周围同志说:四十
五分钟了。毛主席兴致勃勃地说:“还不到一小时嘛!”接着又继续
向东游去。游过一小时零五分,王任重同志再一次请毛主席上船休息
。毛主席风趣地说:“你是这里的省委第一书记,我听你的命令。”
    毛主席从武昌大堤口顺流而下,一直游到武汉钢铁公司附近,游
程将近三十华里。毛主席登上快艇的时候,精神焕发,毫无倦意。
    毛主席畅游长江的消息,振奋了每一个人的心,给人们带来了巨
大的鼓舞和力量。
    长江航运系统学习毛主席著作标兵、武汉港务局二○五队指导员
魏月安,回到队里以后,向同志们介绍了毛主席检阅游泳健儿并畅游
长江的盛况,激动地说:“我这个在水上生活了几十年的码头工人,
饱尝了旧社会的苦难。解放后,人民成了国家的主人,今天我能和毛
主席同游长江,真使我终生难忘。今后我一定要更好地听毛主席的话
,人在长江,胸怀祖国,放眼世界,活学活用毛主席著作,彻底搞好
无产阶级文化大革命,搞好生产,为建设伟大祖国,为支援亚非拉人
民反帝革命斗争作出贡献,来报答党和毛主席的关怀。”
    在长江航运管理局船舶管理部航修站,三百多名职工和家属永远
忘不了七月十六日这一天。因为他们在这一天看到了敬爱的领袖毛主
席身体这样健康,精神这样好,感到无限幸福。这一天下午,工人们
就在车间里写了大批保证书,表示一定要更高地举起毛泽东思想伟大
红旗,把无产阶级文化大革命进行到底,多快好省地修好船,支援国
家建设,支援越南人民,打败美帝国主义。
    汉口火力发电厂的工人游泳运动员刘武卿,在江心看到毛主席的
时候,就发出了誓言:“毛主席!我一定要更好地读你的书,象刘英
俊同志那样,努力地学习最高指示,忠实地执行最高指示,热情地宣
传最高指示,勇敢地捍卫最高指示。”在回厂的路上,刘武卿满怀激
情地和大家一起高唱《东方红》。一个少先队员在游泳完毕以后,怀
着无限幸福和无比激动的心情,拿出小日记本,工工整整地写下了他
一生最最难忘的一件事:“一九六六年七月十六日十时三十五分,我
见到了毛主席。”
    到武汉访问的出席亚非作家紧急会议的各国朋友,在这一天乘船
观看武汉群众横渡长江比赛的盛况时,他们会见了向往已久的中国人
民的伟大领袖毛主席。当时,外国朋友们热烈欢呼,游轮上一片沸腾
。尼日尔的代表在北京开会时,曾集体赋诗表达他们对毛主席热爱的
心情。他们写道:“毛泽东,你是我们的导师,毛泽东,你是我们的
灯塔,把最阴暗、最遥远的地平线,照耀得通亮、通亮。……”今天
,他们亲眼看到了毛主席,怎能抑制激动的心情!有的朋友连声高呼
:“毛主席!毛主席!”有的用中国话高呼:“毛主席万岁!”有的
外国朋友在船上不停地鼓掌。来自印度尼西亚的朋友们,看到毛主席
以后,心情异常激动,他们不停地欢呼,并且放声高唱起革命歌曲。
    毛主席热情地向各国朋友们招手、鼓掌。外国朋友们看到毛主席
是那样的健康,都非常兴奋。有的外国朋友说,“毛主席的身体好极
了!”一位非洲朋友说:“毛主席这样大的年纪都渡过了长江,毛主
席健康长寿,这是世界被压迫人民的幸福,是全世界人民的幸福!”
    外国朋友们对毛主席倡议横渡长江并身体力行,都极为称赞,认
为这是一件具有伟大意义的事情。他们说,毛主席带头横渡长江,中
国人民掀起全民性的游泳运动,这是一个伟大的创举,它显示了中国
人民的勇气,不畏任何艰险。叙利亚代表扎达特·里卡比说:“今天
横渡长江的运动员,个个都显得健壮、热情、勇敢。毛主席提出的这
一非常好的倡议,可以使青年人锻炼身体,而且树立一个很好的思想
,不管困难多大,江河有多宽,都能闯过去。”这些朋友们说,长江
天险可以征服,任何困难都无所畏惧,我们从这里也看到了毛泽东思
想的灿烂光辉!
    毛主席再一次踏破长江水、畅游天堑近三十华里的壮举,激荡着
每一个人的心。“毛主席万岁”的欢呼声,在长江两岸一直持续了四
个多小时。这动人的情景,表达了我国人民对伟大领袖毛主席的无限
热爱和敬仰,在光辉的毛泽东思想的指引下,七亿人民放开眼界看未
来,乘风破浪向前进! 
(附图片)
    毛主席在快艇甲板上检阅正在同江水搏斗的游泳大军。(左二图)
    毛主席乘风破浪畅游长江。(左一图) 
  新华社记者 钱嗣杰摄
    游泳健儿们在长江中簇拥着毛主席语录牌,高呼口号,破浪前进。
 新华社记者 杨礼门摄
  
  
  

 
 
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