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 New Upsurge in Criticism of Teng Hsiao-ping

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New Upsurge in Criticism of Teng Hsiao-ping

Source: Peking Review, No. 17, April 23, 1976
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org

    INSPIRED by the two important resolutions of the Party Central Committee, people in Peking, Shanghai, Tientsin and other places have brought the struggle against the Right deviationist attempt to reverse correct verdicts to a new high. Under the leadership of Party organizations at various levels, the broad masses are concentrating their criticism on Teng Hsiao-ping, the arch capitalist-roader in the Party who refused to mend his ways. An inspiring scene of unity in struggle and winning new victories in both revolution and production prevails everywhere.
   In Peking, over 4 million people took part in the parades and celebration meetings hailing the Party Central Committee's resolutions.
   The morale of the revolutionary masses of Tsing-hua University and Peking University who have all along stood in the van of the struggle against the Right deviationist trend is high. In Peking University, thousands of big-character posters were put up within a few days. The revolutionary teachers, students and staff members of the university noted: The counter-revolutionary political incident that took place at Tien An Men Square shows how acute and complicated class struggle is in the period of socialism. The theory of the dying out of class struggle spread by Teng Hsiao-ping is nothing but a smokescreen to cover up the frenzied attack launched on the proletariat by the bourgeoisie, both inside and outside the Party, and a handful of class enemies in the society, and Teng Hsiao-ping is their general representative. Comparing the counter-revolutionary political incident at Tien An Men Square with the counter-revolutionary incident that took place in Hungary 20 years ago, the teachers and students of the department of international political affairs and the department of history realized more clearly than before that if the handful of class enemies had not been put down resolutely and if the schemes of the reactionary classes represented by Teng Hsiao-ping had succeeded, then the bourgeoisie would come to power and capitalism would be restored in China.
   Rallies with several thousand to tens of thousands of participants were held in the Shoutu Iron and Steel Company, the Peking Railway Subbureau and other units to indignantly denounce the crimes of Teng Hsiao-ping and a handful of class enemies. The Nankou Rolling Stock Parts Plant, the Peking Department Store and other units deepened their criticism of Teng Hsiao-ping. They did this by listing his crimes under different subjects and repudiating them one by one.
   Peking workers counterattacked the Right deviationist wind with concrete actions. They have overfulfilled their first quarter production plans. The crew in charge of the No. 7 electric furnace in the steel-making workshop of the Peking Steel Plant have turned out an extra heat of steel every day since the Party Central Committee's resolutions were published. The highest daily output of coal at the No. 4 coal extraction zone of the Muchengchien Coal Mint was double the figure in the original plan. The Peking Railway' Subbureau has topped its target for the volume of freight loaded and unloaded every day.
   Peasants in the suburbs of Peking have stepped up their criticism of Teng Hsiao-ping's crimes at the political night schools, and at meetings in the fields; they have also made use of the radio rediffusion system, big-character posters and other forms for the purpose. Now spring farming is in full swing and the vast countryside on Peking's outskirts is astir. Cadres and commune members are promoting the vigorous mass movement to learn from Tachai in agriculture. They pledge to beat back the Right deviationist wind by working hard to overcome natural adversities and bring in a rich harvest this year.
 The two resolutions of the C.P.C. Central Committee have imbued the 10 million armymen and civilians of Shanghai with a militant revolutionary spirit. Over 5 million people in the city have turned out to join in the celebration parades. They are determined to advance without letup, thoroughly criticize Teng Hsiao-ping's counter-revolutionary revisionist line and his reactionary crimes, and broaden and deepen the struggle against the Right deviationist attempt in a sustained way so as to win new victories in the struggle.
   Workers of the Shanghai Electrical Machinery Plant, which Chairman Mao inspected 15 years ago, restudied Chairman Mao's important instruction: "What Is the Great Cultural Revolution for? To wage class straggle, Liu Shao-chi advocated the theory of the dying out of class struggle, but he himself never ceased to wage class struggle. He wanted to protect his bunch of renegades and sworn followers. Lin Piao wanted to overthrow the proletariat and attempted a coup. Did class struggle die out? They deepened their criticism of Teng Hsiao-ping by linking it with the counterrevolutionary political incident perpetrated by a handful of class enemies at Tien An Men Square.
 In 1955, in an introductory note to an article on agricultural co-operation in Taihsing Township on Shanghai's outskirts, Chairman Mao pointed out: "Opportunists who want to stem the tide are to be found almost everywhere, but the tide can never be stemmed. Socialism is everywhere advancing triumphantly, leaving all obstructions behind." The poor and lower-middle peasants and commune cadres there stated at criticism meetings that Teng Hsiao-ping was precisely an opportunist who wanted to stem the revolutionary tide. But, they said, his vain attempt to turn back the wheel of history was just like a mantis trying to stop a cart from advancing.
   The great struggle initiated and led personally by Chairman Mao to repulse the Right deviationist attempt to reverse correct verdicts has immensely stimulated the socialist enthusiasm of the people of Shanghai. From the city's industrial front came reports of overfulfilment of state plans for the first quarter; gross output value outstripped that of the same period of last year, hitting an all-time high. The volume, of freight handled in the first quarter by the port of Shanghai, or by sea or inland water transport, railway and highway departments also registered a record high.
   In Tientsin, 2.5 million of its 7 million people participated in the parades.
   Worker-peasant-soldier students of the Tientsin University and Nankai University have put up a new batch of big-character posters directing their spearhead at Teng Hsiao-ping. Members of the Hsiaochinchuang Production Brigade on the outskirts composed impromptu poems at a mass criticism meeting to express their determination to carry the revolution through to the end.
   Working day and night in the spirit of socialist cooperation, the Tientsin workers have chalked up new production records one after another. The city's No. it No. 2 and No. 3 Steel Plants and the Cold-Rolling Strip Steel Mill and Metallurgical Testing Plant have all increased their daily output of ingots and rolled steel. The textile mills in the city have produced an extra 40,000 metres of cotton cloth every day.
   Reports of new victories scored in both revolution and production by concentrating the criticisms on Teng Hsiao-ping are pouring in from all parts of the country. More than 10 million people in northeast China's Liaoning Province attended rallies and took part in parades in the past few days. Workers of the Anshan Iron and Steel Company held 5,800 meetings at which they criticized Teng Hsiao-ping's revisionist line and denounced his crimes. The Anshan workers also wrote more than 50.000 big-character posters and pledges, expressing their determination to carry this great struggle which has a bearing on the destiny and future of our Party and country through to the end. The teachers and students of Chaoyang Agricultural College have pledged to beat back the Right deviationist wind with actual deeds. Some of its graduates have volunteered to go and settle as peasants in Tibet on the country's border. Happy tidings has also come from the industrial and transport front in Liaoning Province. Situation in both revolution and production in the steel city of Anshan, the coal city of Fushun, as well as in Shenyang, Luta, Penki and other industrial cities is excellent and is becoming better and better with each passing day.
  
Source: Peking Review, No. 17, April 23, 1976
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org

  
  
  

 
 
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