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 Strengthen Revolutionary Unity to Win Still Greater Victories

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Source: Peking Review. No. 26, June 27, 1969
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org

    OUR great leader Chairman Mao recently called upon us: Unite to win still greater victories. *'In speaking of victory we mean to ensure that the masses of the people throughout the country arc united under the leadership of the proletariat to win victory." "Unite for the purpose of consolidating the dictatorship of the proletariat. This must be realized in every factory, village, office and school." Tempered in the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, the broad masses of army-men and civilians of the country are actively responding lo Chairman Mao's great call and promoting an upsurge in the study and implementation of Chairman Mao's latest instructions with high revolutionary enthusiasm.
   Lately, the broad masses of every factory, village, office, school and army unit have been enthusiastically discussing how to bring about further revolutionary unity, consolidate the dictatorship of the proletariat and seize still greater victories. They earnestly study Chairman Mao's latest instructions, sum up experiences, ascertain their shortcomings, work out concrete measures and thereby conscientiously carry out Chairman Mao's latest instructions to the letter through their actions. They are striving to further strengthen their great revolutionary unity and consolidate the dictatorship of the proletariat so as to achieve new and still greater victories in both revolution and production. Throughout our great socialist motherland, there prevails an excellent revolutionary scene of vitality, unity and militancy.

Translate Chairman Mao's Latest Instructions Into Conscious Action

   Under Chairman Mao's great call "Unite to win still greater victories," the revolutionary committees at all levels and the broad revolutionary masses in Peking are studying Chairman Mao's latest instructions with greater political zeal and a militant attitude of "seize the day, seize the hour." In the present study carried on by the city's revolutionary masses, greater than ever are the number involved, their enthusiasm and ideological achievements. The more they study, the deeper the understanding they have of the importance of strengthening their revolutionary unity. They said: The proletariat depends on its unity to defeat the bourgeoisie.

Under the brilliant leadership of the great leader Chairman Mao, we depended on our revolutionary unity to overthrow the three big mountains — imperialism, feudalism and bureaucrat capitalism which had lain like a dead weight on the Chinese people, and to establish the dictatorship of the proletariat. During the movement of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, we depended on revolutionary unity to shatter the bourgeois headquarters headed by the renegade, hidden traitor and scab Liu Shao-chi and strengthen the dictatorship of the proletariat. Though we have already won tremendous victories, the enemies both at home and abroad are not reconciled to their defeat. The struggle between the two classes, the two roads and the two lines has not yet ended. We must further strengthen our revolutionary unity as we carry out the various militant tasks put forward by our Party's Ninth National Congress and thus win still greater victories. Such unity is required in the class struggle, strengthening of the dictatorship of the proletariat, and the complete burial of imperialism, revisionism and all reaction.
   In the study of Chairman Mao's latest instructions, they conscientiously fight self-interest and criticize revisionism, and examine their words and deeds which impede unity. All are doing their utmost to become models in strengthening unity. Many units have already worked out measures to advance the revolutionary unity according to their own specific conditions. Chairman Mao's latest instructions are being translated into conscious actions by all revolutionary people in the city. Now a new revolutionary situation of being united as one in the struggle against the enemy exists throughout Peking. With the rise of the revolutionary consciousness of the broad masses of the people, their strengthened great revolutionary unity has powerfully promoted the carrying out of the Party's various policies and deepened the development of the struggle-criticism-transformation movement on various fronts. Led forward by the revolution, both industry and agriculture are thriving.

If the Army and the People Are United as One, Who in the World Can Match Them?

   After Chairman Mao's latest instructions were published, the commanders and fighters of the P.L.A. threw themselves instantaneously and military into their study, propagation and implementation. Strengthening unity between the army and the people, they said, is imperative if still greater victories are to be scored. It is imperative for consolidating the dictatorship of the proletariat. It is the P.L.A.'s glorious obligation. They professed their readiness to respond firmly to Chairman Mao's great call to make even more secure the army-civilian unity, and exert their utmost to contribute to the winning of new and ever greater victories.
   In the Chenpao Island area, the heroic frontier guards together with the local revolutionary masses studied Chairman Mao's latest instruction "Unite to win still greater victories." Reviewing the militant course of how, guided by Mao Tsetung Thought, the P.L.A. men and the people there had united to defend the sacred territory or their great socialist motherland, they declared with revolutionary fervour: Unity is strength, unity is victory. We resolve to closely follow Chairman Mao's great strategic plan and unite still more closely, and be prepared at all times to wipe out all enemies who dare to intrude.
   Following Chairman Mao's teaching that "the army and the people are the foundation of victory," the valiant frontier guards helped the revolutionary committees set militia work on a solid footing organizationally, politically and militarily. They and the militiamen organized themselves into "red pairs" of mutual help. They have passed on the glorious traditions of the P.L.A. to the militiamen in the places where they are stationed — namely, giving prominence to proletarian politics, persisting in the "four--firsts,''* bringing into play the "three-eight" working style** and unfolding the movement for "four-good" companies."* The militiamen, on their part, actively concert their efforts with the P.L.A. in patrolling and sentinel duty. Throughout the island, one can see the revolutionary scene of army-men and civilians standing guard or patrolling shoulder to shoulder. Here practically everyone is a sentinel and every home a sentry post. In the counter-attacks in self-defence on March 2 and 15, the militia voluntarily repaired the roads and brought food to the frontier guards. In unison, they meted out due punishment to the intruders and triumphantly defended the sacred territory of the motherland. "If the army and the people are united as one, who in the world can match them?" Today, the unity between the army and the people in the Chenpao Island area is more consolidated than ever.
   The brave armymen and people in this frontier area have again and again studied Chairman Moo's latest instructions. They have resolved to raise oven higher the Ninth Party Congress’ banner of unity and victory and carry the anti-revisionist struggle through to the end!

People of Various Nationalities in In Strengthen Unity

   The revolutionary people of various nationalities in the 111 Kazakh Autonomous Chou of China's Sinkiang Uighur Autonomous Region, situated at the outpost of the anti-revisionist struggle, have diligently studied Chairman Mao's newest instructions following their publication. They have brought about a new upsurge in the mass movement for the living study and application of Mao Tsetung Thought. In conformity with Chairman Mao's great teachings, the people of the various nationalities in this Chou are constantly tightening the unity among the nationalities and army-civilian unity. An unparalleled new atmosphere of great revolutionary unity has arisen. They say: Unity is strength; unity is victory. We people of various nationalities must unite solidly and make joint efforts to achieve new victories.
   Unity in struggle against the common enemy — this is the concordant action of the people of the various nationalities in the 111 region. With a bitter hatred for the new and old tsars, they are increasing their vigilance a hundredfold against the aggressive activities of the Soviet revisionist social-imperialists. They declare that they will heighten their alertness against the enemy and be ready at all times to deal blows at all intruders who dare to come. Everywhere, from the Aletai grasslands to the Hi valley, from the foot of the Tarbagitay Mountains to the banks of the Manass River, militia organizations have sprung up and lively reports of how the army cherishes the people and the people support the army have spread far and wide. The army-civilian joint defence is constantly gaining strength. They have built, as it were, an impregnable Great Wall of steel along the long boundary line.
   The people of the various nationalities in Hi voiced intense indignation at the criminal acts of the Soviet revisionist renegade clique in ceaselessly encroaching upon China's territory and air space and creating incidents of bloodshed along the border. They have been further incensed at the intrusion of Soviet frontier troops, under the direction of the Soviet revisionist renegade clique, into the western part of the Barluk Mountains in Yumin County on June 10, kidnapping a Chinese herdsman and killing a Chinese herdswoman and thereby creating a new incident of bloodshed. The Chinese people armed with Mao Tsetung Thought, they pointed out, will not be bullied. If the Soviet revisionist renegade clique wilfully clings to its reckless course, it will certainly be drowned in an ocean of people's war. The revolutionary people of the various nationalities are determined to fight to the end in defence of the sacred territory of their great socialist motherland.
   Throughout China, militant armymen and civilians are pledging to hold still higher the banner of unity of the Ninth Party Congress and, under the leadership of the great leader Chairman Mao and of the Party's Central Committee with Chairman Mao as its leader and Vice-Chairman Lin as its deputy leader, further strengthen great revolutionary unity, bring into play the revolutionary spirit of fearing neither hardship nor death and score new and still greater victories.
  

Source: Peking Review. No. 26, June 27, 1969
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org

  
  
  

 
 
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