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 Rampant Counter-Revolutionary Acts by Soviet Revisionism in Latin America

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Source: Peking Review, No. 25, June 20, 1969
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org


FOR the past few years, the Soviet revisionist renegade clique has been collaborating directly with the pro-U.S. reactionary forces in Latin America, shamelessly prettifying and supporting their reactionary rule and going all out to undermine the revolutionary struggle of the Latin American people. The clique's dirty actions have enabled the Latin American people to understand more clearly that the Soviet revisionist renegade clique and U.S. imperialism are birds of a feather, both of them their common enemies.
     The Soviet revisionists' acts of betrayal in Latin America are a component part of the criminal scheme of Soviet-U.S. counter-revolutionary global collaboration. Soviet revisionism's activities in Latin America have become more rampant since Kosygin, chieftain of Soviet revisionism, and Johnson, ex-chieftain of U.S. imperialism, made an all-round counter-revolutionary deal in their 1967 Glassboro talks. To step up its criminal collusion with U.S. imperialism and Latin American reaction, Soviet revisionism has signed a series of political, economic and cultural agreements with a number of pro-U.S. Latin American dictatorial regimes. On the other hand, it has actively expanded its political and economic influence, stretching its tentacles further and further into Latin America.

Intensifying Collusion With Reactionaries

     The Soviet revisionist renegade clique's counterrevolutionary actions were strikingly shown in its collaboration with the notorious pro-U.S. Brazilian dictatorship and the reactionary government of Colombia. This renegade clique has been zealously courting the reactionary Brazilian junta since the latter came to power through the military coup of 1964. As early as August 1966, a delegation headed by the Soviet Minister of Foreign Trade concluded an agreement on trade and loans with this regime. After that, loans by the Soviet revisionists and Soviet investments in Brazil increased continuously, totalling nearly 200 million U.S. dollars by 1968. In addition, the Soviet revisionists have sent many "technical personnel” to Brazil. Even Time, weekly mouthpiece of the U.S. monopoly capitalists, admitted that "in Brazil, the Russians have developed surprisingly close commercial, cultural and personnel tics with the country's tough, anti-communist military government."
     The Soviet revisionist renegade clique has also been hobnobbing with the reactionary Colombian Government which is carrying out bloody suppression of the Colombian people's armed struggle. In 1967 When the reactionary Lleras regime instituted a reign of terror to suppress the revolutionary forces, ruthlessly cracking down on the revolutionary people, this clique was vigorously engaged in fostering "friendship" and "co-operation" with that regime. The Soviet revisionists sent a government trade delegation to Bogota, capital of Colombia, in March of the same year. Eager to do business with the Colombian reactionaries, Nikolai Zinoviev, head of the delegation, lost no time at a press conference in Bogota in ditching the signboards of so-called "internationalism" and "support for the national liberation movement," signboards which Soviet revisionism has always brandished to deceive people. He bluntly declared that "we have come here only to talk of a trade interchange" and "we are businessmen, not politicians. We neither know nor wish to discuss politics." This revealed the ugly renegade features of the Soviet revisionists. In January 1968, the Soviet revisionist renegade clique resumed diplomatic relations — severed in 1948 — with the reactionary Colombian regime. In June of the same year, it signed an agreement, under which the Soviet revisionists would supply the regime with 3,000 jeeps. The agreement provides for increasing the volume of trade by both sides to 20 million U.S. dollars. Two hundred jeeps were shipped to Colombia the same month and the reactionary Colombian authorities immediately equipped them with U.S.-made radios and turned them over to the Bogota police for use in putting down the revolutionary mass struggle in the country.

Undermining People's Revolutionary Struggle by Every Possible Means

     What is worth noting is that while directly collaborating with the reactionary forces and betraying the interests of the revolutionary people of Latin America, the Soviet revisionist renegade clique has made every effort to peddle such sinister revisionist junk as "peaceful coexistence," "class collaboration" and the "parliamentary road" in this "backyard" of U.S. imperialism. This is an attempt to channel the Latin American people's revolutionary struggle into the "lawful" orbit of the capitalist system, without in the least touching reactionary rule. It is aimed at realizing the criminal aim of lulling the revolutionary fighting will of the Latin American people and undermining the Latin American revolution. For this purpose, the Soviet revisionist renegade clique has been wielding its baton in manipulating and egging on the Latin American revisionists in sabotaging the revolution. At the same time, it set in motion its propaganda machine to advertise energetically such betrayal. It attacked the Latin American people's revolutionary armed struggles on the pretext of opposing "formalism in revolutionary tactics" and "absolutism." Turning facts upside down, the Soviet revisionists have branded the revolutionary mass struggles as "terroristic acts" and described the reactionary forces suppressing the Latin American people as "healthy forces." They have gone all out in praise of those reactionary regimes which resorted to election frauds to deceive the masses, gibbering about how these regimes had adopted "positive policies" to promote the ''democratization of political life." By these criminal actions, they have played a role that U.S. imperialism and the local reactionaries have not been able to play in undermining the people's revolutionary struggles in Latin America. They have won warm applause and encouragement from U.S. imperialism.

Latin American People See Soviet Revisionists' True Features Ever More Clearly

     The regressive acts of this renegade clique have educated the Latin American people by negative example, just as all reactionaries have done by their crimes. They have enabled the revolutionary people in Latin America to come to see clearly the reactionary nature of Soviet revisionist social-imperialism and to understand that it is imperative to oppose revisionism in order to oppose imperialism. It is not only the Marxist-Leninists in Latin America who have incessantly and angrily exposed and denounced the Soviet revisionists' acts of betrayal. An increasing number of progressives have also raised their voice in denouncing the Soviet revisionist renegade clique's shameful crimes. One progressive intellectual in Colombia said: "Cornered by the revolutionary wars of the revolutionary peoples of the world, the U.S. imperialists have begun to sense that they can no longer shore up their lackeys solely by themselves. They therefore turned to their Soviet partners for help, which they got immediately." When that hired poet of the Soviet revisionist renegade clique, Yevtushenko, was sent to carry out criminal activities at the National University of Colombia in February 1968, angry Colombian students shouted: "We are not your friends!" and "Soviet revisionist, get out!''
  Our great leader Chairman Mao has pointed out: "Working hand in glove, Soviet revisionism and U.S. imperialism have done so many foul and evil things that the revolutionary people the world over will not let them go unpunished. The people of all countries are rising. A new historical period of struggle against U.S. imperialism and Soviet revisionism has begun." The intensified acts of betrayal by this revisionist renegade clique in Latin America have aroused the strong opposition of the people there. Like the U.S. imperialists, the Soviet revisionists are falling on harder and harder times in Latin America.
  
  
  

 
 
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