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 Chairman Mao's Latest Instruction on Cadres Acclaimed

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Chairman Mao's Latest Instruction on Cadres Acclaimed

Source: Peking Review, No. 45, November 3, 1967
Transcribed for www.wengewang.org


    REVOLUTIONARY cadres and the revolutionary masses throughout the country have warmly acclaimed Chairman Mao's latest instruction on cadres. Renmin Ribao relayed this important directive of Chairman Mao's in its October 21 editorial entitled "Implement Chairman Mao's Cadre Policy Correctly" (see Peking Review, No. 44). Chairman Mao's words are: "Correct treatment of cadres is the key to creating revolutionary 'three-in-one' combination, consolidating the revolutionary great alliance and making a success of struggle-criticism-transformation in each unit. It must be handled well”

Implementing Chairman Mao's Instruction

   Proletarian revolutionaries and the revolutionary masses in various parts of the country are carefully studying and discussing this newest instruction. They have pledged to implement it resolutely and quickly.
   Revolutionary workers and staff in the Peking No. 3 Rolling Mill said that since the beginning of this year, by following Chairman Mao's teaching of having faith in and relying on the majority of the cadres, they had drawn a number of revolutionary leading cadres into the work of leading production at various levels, helped cadres who committed errors to return to Chairman Mao's revolutionary line and ensured that the policy "take firm hold of the revolution and promote production" would be thoroughly carried out. As a result, the situation in both revolution and production is getting better and better. "In the days to come," they said, "we will unite with the cadres still more closely, educate and boldly use them and let them play their role as revolutionary cadres—the nucleus and backbone of revolution and production."
   In the practical experience of the struggle to seize and exercise power, the proletarian revolutionaries of Shanghai have learnt well that to form a genuine revolutionary "three-in-one" combination and establish a provisional organ of power which has real proletarian authority, it is necessary to enlist the participation of revolutionary cadres who have a relatively richer experience of struggle, greater ability in organization and work and a higher level of understanding of policy. In recent months Shanghai's proletarian revolutionaries have organized many short-term classes for the study of Mao Tse-tung's thought for cadres at different levels.
Group by group, all participate. This has given fine results.
   A responsible member of the Revolutionary Workers' Rebel Headquarters in Tsinan, Shantung Province says: "Practice has proved that when the work on cadres is done well in a unit, the revolutionary great alliance will be consolidated there, revolutionary mass criticism and repudiation will be thoroughly carried out and production will go well. We revolutionary workers must take 'combat self-interest and criticize and repudiate revisionism' as the key link in thoroughly eradicating the poisonous effects left by China's Khrushchov's reactionary bourgeois line on cadres, namely, 'hitting hard at many to protect a handful.' We must unite with the majority of cadres and let them play their full role as revolutionary cadres."
   Revolutionaries in unit after unit are coming to understand that correct handling and settlement of the question of cadres is a key factor determining whether the great proletarian cultural revolution can be carried through to the end. In the light of this a series of measures have therefore been adopted to implement Chairman Mao's cadre policy; revolutionaries call in cadres to participate in classes for the study of Mao Tse-tung's thought, and enthusiastically help those cadres who have committed errors to join conscientiously in making revolution and return to Chairman Mao's revolutionary line. P.L.A. commanders and fighters who are participating in the work of supporting the Left are helping the proletarian revolutionaries correctly implement Chairman Mao's cadre policy.

Always Loyal to Chairman Mao

   This latest instruction of Chairman Mao has been a tremendous inspiration to revolutionary cadres throughout China. They comment that this shows the boundless concern for and confidence that our great leader Chairman Mao and the Central Committee of the Party have in the mass of revolutionary cadres. They pledge to follow out Chairman Mao's latest instruction and his past teachings: to trust the masses, rely on them and be loyal and devoted in serving the nation, the class and the Party. They pledge themselves to be always loyal to Chairman Mao, to Mao Tse-tung's thought and to his proletarian revolutionary line and win new merit for the people in the great proletarian cultural revolution as they shoulder the vital tasks of revolution both in China and in the world.
   Many revolutionary cadres say with great emotion, "Chairman Mao pays constant attention to the education of the cadres and takes care of them politically and ideologically. We must live up to his expectations. We must take 'combating self-interest and criticizing and repudiating revisionism' as our guiding principle and undergo testing and tempering in the cultural revolution even more conscientiously."
   Many express their determination to act on Chairman Mao's teachings, adopt a correct attitude towards themselves, towards the mass movement, and particularly towards criticism from the revolutionary masses and young fighters; Many revolutionary cadres in Peking point out that one's attitude towards the mass movement is the dividing line distinguishing proletarian from bourgeois revolutionaries; and one's attitude towards criticism from the revolutionary masses and young fighters is an important criterion determining Whether or not one stands for Chairman Mao's proletarian revolutionary line.
   Many revolutionary cadres are convinced that the great proletarian cultural revolution is the best Crucible for steeling and remoulding cadres. Yao Li, vice Chairman of the Revolutionary Committee of the Shanghai East China Teachers' University, who was formerly first secretary of the Communist Party "Committee in the University, said that he was criticized and repudiated by the revolutionary masses and young fighters because he had carried out the bourgeois reactionary line. "This educated me more than anything else. They served as my best teachers. They did so to ensure that our Party and state will not change colour, and how resolute they were! I'm full of gratitude when I think of it."'
   Revolutionary cadres in Kweiyang point out that there has always been a struggle between the two classes and the two world outlooks in cadres' attitude towards mass movements. Chairman Mao teaches us: "We Communists ought to face the world and brave the storm, the great world of mass struggle and the mighty storm of mass struggle."
   Wang Tzu-ta, former Mayor of Hangchow and Deputy Secretary of the Hangchow Municipal Party Committee, said, "Without the purging fire of the mass movement, it would be impossible for us to get rid of our mistakes. The masses are the real heroes. It is our greatest fortune to be able to take part in the unprecedented cultural revolution and be tempered in the course of-it. We must be courageous in shouldering revolutionary tasks; we must not be afraid of making mistakes but must learn to use Mao Tse-tung's thought to combat self-interest and criticize and repudiate revisionism at all times and so maintain our proletarian revolutionary integrity throughout our lives."
   Many cadres now see how important it is that as cadres they must be "officials" and ordinary people at the same time. They find that in order to retain revolutionary vitality and make constant progress it is necessary to shed the ugly mantle of pretentiousness, treat the masses as equals and keep in close contact with them. "We must at all times regard ourselves as ordinary workers, consult the masses and always identify ourselves with them." This was the opinion of revolutionary leading cadres who are now taking part in classes for the study of Mao Tse-tung's thought in Changsha, Hunan Province.
   Revolutionary cadres in various places who have been included in the "three-in-one" provisional organs of power pledge to give the highest priority to studying Chairman Mao's works conscientiously. They promise to serve the people wholeheartedly, show "utter devotion to others without any thought of self" and never for a moment divorce themselves from the masses. They vow that they will follow Chairman Mao's great strategic plan and carry the great proletarian cultural revolution through to a victorious conclusion.
  
  
  

 
 
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