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 Proletarian Revolutionaries Criticize and Repudiate Tao Chu

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Proletarian Revolutionaries Criticize and Repudiate Tao Chu

Source: Peking Review, No. 39, September 22, 1967
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org

    SINCE "Comments on Tao Chu’s Two Books," the important article by Yao Wen-yuan, appeared in Renmin Ribao on September 8, (see Peking Review, No. 38) exposure and criticism of Tao Chu, the counterrevolutionary double-dealer, has been in full spate among proletarian revolutionaries, young Red Guards and revolutionary masses throughout the country.
  Meetings, forums and demonstrations were held in Kweichow in the southwest, Heilungkiang and Kirin in the northeast, Ningsia and Sinkiang in the northwest, and Shantung and Chekiang in east China. The revolutionary masses noted that this criticism and repudiation of Tao Chu, that faithful follower of Chinas Khrushchov, was an important part of the strategic plan to smash the bourgeois headquarters in China. They declared their determination to defend the proletarian headquarters headed by Chairman Mao, support the People's Liberation Army, pillar of the proletarian dictatorship, hold firmly to the general orientation of the struggle, and advance in close accord with Chairman Mao’s strategic plan.
  Proletarian revolutionaries in Peking, Shanghai, Kwangchow and other major cities studied and discussed Yao Wen-yuan’s article and noted the immense significance of its publication. Some hailed it as a revolutionary call to battle. Young Red Guards of Shanghai pledged that they would creatively study and apply Chairman Mao's writings still better, constantly raise the level of revolutionary mass criticism, and utterly repudiate the handful of top Party persons in authority taking the capitalist road. At a mass rally of more than 20,000 of the revolutionary people in the Kwangchow area, Tao Chu was angrily denounced for his crimes in Kwangtung.
  In the central-south, where Tao Chu had usurped the leadership for many years, civilians and armymen indignantly exposed and criticized that counter-revolutionary double-dealer and his henchmen like Wang Jen-chung for their towering crimes in carrying out faithfully the bourgeois reactionary line represented by China's Khrushchov and scheming to restore capitalism. Big-character poster wall-newspapers have appeared in huge numbers in Wuhan. In meetings and forums held in factories, rural people's communes and army units, the proletarian revolutionaries have brought to light a mass of facts to expose Tao Chu, Wang Jen-chung and their like who colluded with one another and tried in vain to turn the central-south into an important base for restoring capitalism. Citing their own personal experience, workers at a diesel engine plant denounced Tao Chu's reactionary theory that "the history of China in the last century or so is a history of receiving blows, and the reason is that it had no industry." Fitter Wu Hsu-pin said: "I'll never forget how we workers were oppressed and bullied in the old society. My father was nearly beaten to death by the Japanese aggressors. We know that we suffered not because China had no industry but because power was in the hands of the Japanese aggressors, Chiang Kai-shek and other traitors." Mao Chin-lou, another filter, declared: '"We Workers will have no prospects no matter how big the factory grows if we don't overthrow the handful of people in authority taking the capitalist road here and establish the absolute authority of Mao Tse-tung's thought."
  Proletarian revolutionaries in Honan, too, exposed Tao Chu's crimes in that province. They recalled that in 1962, when the imperialists, the revisionists and the reactionaries of various countries were staging a big anti-China chorus and when China's Khrushchov was stirring up the evil wind of a capitalist restoration, Tao Chu went to Honan with a sinister programme which called for the fixing of output quotas based on the peasant household in the mountain areas, "lending" collectively owned land to peasants, and planting trees chiefly by the efforts of individual households. His aim, they pointed out, was to pull the socialist economy back on to the capitalist road.
  Yao Wen-yuan's article was an inspiration to commanders and fighters of the three services of the Peoples Liberation Army. There was great excitement around the barracks when it was broadcast. The proletarian revolutionaries of the Headquarters of the General Staff pledged to carry on revolutionary mass criticism with still greater political enthusiasm and win new merit in that campaign. Revolutionaries in the leading organs of the Air Force noted that the deepening of the class struggle forced the class enemy to change their tactics in the struggle from time to time and that we must pay the closest attention to acting in accordance with the unified strategic plan of Chairman Mao and the Party's Central Committee, lest our fighting front be confused by people of Tao Chu type.
  Many papers published editorials on this occasion. Renmin Ribao's leader said: "In his article 'Comments on Tao Chu's Two Books' Comrade Yao Wen-yuan, politically, ideologically and theoretically, has relentlessly exposed and penetratingly criticized the handful of top Party persons in authority, headed by China's Khrushchov, taking the capitalist road." (For full text see Peking Review, No. 38, p. 18.) Wenhui Bao's editorial 'Down With Careerists of Khrushchov Type" said that the publication of Yao Wen-yuan's article dealt another mortal blow to the handful of top Party persons in authority taking the capitalist road. It urged proletarian revolutionaries to be good at spotting careerists and conspirators of the Khrushchov type, people like Tao Chu. Such careerists, it said, would invariably use all sorts of tricks to attain their criminal goal of usurping the leadership in the Party, the government and the army. With the changing situation in the class struggle, they would alternate their counter-revolutionary dual tactics, launching frantic attacks against Chairman Mao's revolutionary line now from the Right, now from the "Left." The Jiefang Ribao leader entitled "Down With Tao Chu Who Wants to 'Overthrow All'11 pointed out: The anarchist trend of thought of "overthrow all and doubt all" widely spread by Tao Chu was a part of his tactics to cover up his ultra-Right reactionary nature by opposing the revolution from the ultra '"Left.''

  
  
  

 
 
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