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 Chairman Mao's Poems Inspire the People Throughout China

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THE WEEK


Chairman Mao's Poems Inspire the People Throughout China


Source: Peking Review, No. 2, January 9, 1976
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org



    THE arrival of the New Year found a jubilant atmosphere prevailing throughout the vast land of China. Striding into the fighting year 1976 with pride and vigour, the people of all nationalities in the country read the just published magnificent poems by their great leader Chairman Mao and studied his important instructions conveyed through the New Year's Day editorial by Remnin Ribao, Hongqi and Jiefangjan Bao.
Everywhere, from the urban centres to the villages and far-off frontier regions, workers, peasants, army-men, students, cadres and other people gathered round radios on New Year's Eve to listen to Chairman Mao's two poems: "Chingkangshan Revisited — To the tune of Shui Tiao Kek Tou" and "Two Birds: A Dialogue — to the tune of Nien Nu Chiao." Greatly inspired by these dynamic, magnificent poems, people in many factories, mines, people's communes, production brigades, army companies, schools and state organizations held meetings to study Chairman Mao's two poems and the New Year's Day editorial. At the meetings, people discussed the great political and immediate significance of the publication of the two poems, recapitulated China's tremendous achievements in socialist revolution and construction in the past year and warmly hailed the great victory of Chairman Mao's revolutionary line. Vast numbers of workers, peasants and soldiers pledged that they would fulfil the fighting tasks set by Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee for the new year, advance courageously and strive for still greater victories in combating and preventing revisionism and continuing the revolution in the heroic spirit to "clasp the moon in the Ninth Heaven and seize turtles deep down in the Five Seas."
People all over China reviewed the excellent domestic and international situation in which "the world is being turned upside down" and "past scenes are transformed." Citing a host of vivid examples, they explained how the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, the movement to criticize Lin Piao and Confucius and the mass movement to study the theory of the dictatorship of the proletariat and to criticize the novel Water Margin had greatly promoted China's socialist revolution and construction.
They unanimously pointed out that practice in the socialist revolution over the past two decades and more had borne out the incontrovertible truth that "nothing is hard in this world if you dare to scale the heights." In order to consolidate and develop the excellent revolutionary situation, it is imperative to take class struggle as the key link and adhere to the Party's basic line and never depart from this fundamental orientation.
The poor and lower-middle peasants of the Tachai Production Brigade, national pace-setter in agriculture, recalled how they had advanced in the last 20 years and more in the direction pointed out by Chairman Mao by persisting in the Party's basic line, taking class struggle as the key link and adopting a philosophy of struggle in fighting class enemies, the revisionist line and capitalist tendencies and in harnessing rivers and transforming mountains. They pointed out that their every success was achieved through perseverance in the struggle between the two classes and the two roads. They said: "The revolution will continue nonstop, so will the increase in production. To scale new heights, we will advance unswervingly along Chairman Mao's revolutionary line."
Workers at the Taching Oil Field, national pace-setter in industry, recalled how they defied the difficulties brought on by natural adversity and interference and sabotage by domestic and foreign revisionists and opened the oil field at high speed in the 60s by relying on Chairman Mao's two philosophical works On Practice and On Contradiction. During the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, they waged resolute struggles against Liu Shao-chi's and Lin Piao's revisionist line. As a result, Ta-ching's crude oil output today is 5.5 times that of 1965, the year before the Cultural Revolution began.
Teachers and students at Tsinghua University studied the poems and the editorial in the light of the struggle on the educational front against the Right deviationist wind to reverse previous verdicts. They said: "Time and again the bourgeoisie and revisionists have tried to make a breach on the educational front. Under the guidance of Chairman Mao's revolutionary line and by taking class struggle as the key link, we have waged fierce struggles against them and deepened the revolution in education. The recent farrago aimed at negating the revolution in education is a conspicuous manifestation of class struggle in the new situation. We will use these two poems of Chairman Mao's as our weapon, take class struggle as the key link and continue to criticize revisionism and the bourgeoisie and carry the proletarian revolution in education through to the end."
People across the land hailed the current excellent revolutionary situation the world over. Wang Teh-hsiang, a worker at the Shoutu Iron and Steel Company, said: "Chairman Mao's two poems are a great encouragement to the revolutionary people of the world. The reactionary essence of Soviet revisionisms phoney 'goulash communism' has been exposed further and modern revisionism has been dealt a telling blow."
Pao Yu-tang, a Mulao nationality poet in Kwangsi, said: "With the broad vision of a proletarian revolutionary, Chairman Mao has made a highly artistic summing-up of the excellent situation in the Chinese revolution and the world revolution. The two poems inspire us to advance at all times along the course charted by Chairman Mao."
Commanders and fighters of the Shenyang Units of the Chinese People's Liberation Army said: "Soviet revisionist social-imperialism is the most dangerous source of war today. It chants 'peace' most loudly in a vain effort to deceive the people of various countries. We will never slacken our vigilance. We should train hard, be strict with ourselves and always be ready to wipe out any invading enemy. We are determined to liberate Taiwan Province, our sacred territory."
  
  
  

 
 
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