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 Salute Student Youth and Other People of South Korea

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Source: Peking Review, No. 51, December 21, 1973
Transcribed for www.wengewang.org

  People in China have demonstrated their deep concern for the south Korean people's recent large-seals struggle against the Pak Jung Hi clique's traitorous policy and fascist tyranny. The women of Peking, particularly, admire the women of south Korea for their heroic and courageous spirit in the struggle. On December 13, representatives of women of all circles in the capital gathered at a meeting to voice resolute support for the just struggle of south Korean people and women against the Pak Jung Hi clique's fascist rule and for democratic rights.
   Speakers at the meeting were President of the Peking Women's Federation Fu Yu-fang, model woman worker Han Cha-hsien, Doctor Lin Chiao-chih, woman writer Hsieh Ping-hsin, ballerina Hsueh Ching-hua and representatives of women in industry and agriculture, sports and educational circles. They unanimously declared that the Chinese women and people who stand firmly by the south Korean women and people are convinced that the latter are bound to win successive new victories in their just struggle.
   Students of Peking and Tsinghua Universities gathered at a rally the same day to voice firm support for the just struggle of the south Korean students and people.
   Workers and students of Shanghai, Tientsin and Liaoning Province also held rallies to express their support for the south Korean people.
   Following is an article by "Renmin Ribao” Commentator on December 14, — Ed.

THE over-two-month-long struggle of student youth in south Korea against the fascist tyranny of the Pak Jung Hi clique and for democratic rights is continuing to develop. The flames of struggle have spread from Seoul to Inchon, Suwon, Taegu, Kwangju and Pusan, involving over 40 universities and colleges with 100,000 students taking part. This large-scale patriotic student movement has won sympathy and support from more and more people of various strata in south Korea. Personages in religious., journalistic and educational circles have taken support action. In particular, women have courageously joined the struggle, playing an important role. The tempestuous storms of struggle are dealing heavy blows to the reactionary rule of the Pak Jung Hi clique and violently shaking the tottering contemptible Seoul regime.
   In this struggle against oppression and for democracy, the south Korean student youth have directed their blows against the traitorous Pak Jung Hi clique. In defiance of the so-called "state of emergency" law and arrest and suppression, they held rallies and demonstrations, boycotted classes and went on hunger strikes, shouted "Down with the Pak Jung Hi regime" and other slogans and fought fiercely again and again with the reactionary police, fully demonstrating the south Korean patriotic youth's heroic spirit of defying brute force and daring to struggle. This merits admiration.
   The reactionary south Korean authorities have resorted to barbarous, high-handed measures in an attempt to stifle the patriotic student movement, but the result runs counter to their desire — the tougher the suppression, the fiercer the resistance. Frightened by the powerful impact of the student movement, the Pak Jung Hi clique was compelled recently to announce the release of a number of arrested students and to reshuffle the puppet "cabinet" in an attempt to assuage the people's anger and get itself out of the quagmire. This is a victory of the just struggle of the south Korean students and other people. However, this "concession" by the Pak Jung Hi clique failed to ease its contradictions with the broad masses of the people. The struggle of the daily awakening south Korean student youth and other people is continuing to develop in depth. So long as the Pak Jung Hi clique refuses to end its fascist tyranny, discard its traitorous policies and restore the people's democracy and freedom, the south Korean people's just struggle against fascist rule and for democratic rights will continue and surge higher. This is an inevitable law of class struggle.
   The brave south Korean students and other people are not isolated in their just struggle. They have the firm support of the people in the northern part of Korea, the people of China, Asia and the rest of the world. We are deeply convinced that so long as the students and other people in south Korea strengthen their unity and persist in struggle, they will certainly be able to win successive victories.
  


Source: Peking Review, No. 51, December 21, 1973
Transcribed for www.wengewang.org




  
  
  

 
 
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