NLF; National Liberation Fronts: 1960/1970

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foreign residents, especially Vietnamese and Chinese residents. Strictly observe discipline concerning our relations with the masses and refrain from any encroachment upon the life and property of the people. Realize the "army-people one-mindedness," the army being the fish and the people the water, defend the life and property of the people against the repression and exploitation by the Lon Nol-Sirik Matak clique and the U.S. aggressors.
The command is convinced that under the glorious fighting banner of the motherland, inspired by the success of the Summit Conference of the Indochinese Peoples, with the strength of the militant solidarity of the three peoples of Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos, with the sympathy and support of the peace-loving and progressive people in the world, our Khmer people and armed forces will certainly attain our immediate fighting objectives. Since the U.S. aggressors and their henchmen are still hatching many perfidious and cruel plots, many difficulties and hardships are still ahead of us, but it is certain that in the end the enemy will be defeated by the peoples and armed forces of Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos and we will win total victory.
CHAPTER SEVEN
On the Assassination of Our Chairman* Central Committee of the Communist Party of Burma
1. Ne Win, who has been massacring the Communists, the people, and the minority nationalities, is a man who has carried on a reactionary civil war for the past twenty-odd years. Under Ne Win, every day during the last twenty years, large numbers of peasants were massacred, women raped, and villages burned down, pillaged, or destroyed. After seizing state power with armed troops, he set up a fascist military dictatorship. Shortly after he came to power, Ne Win killed more than a hundred students in Rangoon,
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From Statement of December 15, 1968, Peking Review, No. 13, March 28, 1969.

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