NLF; National Liberation Fronts: 1960/1970

By Robert Shanab Elias Abu; Donald C. Hodges | Go to book overview

Following the line formulated under the guidance of Chairman Thakin Than Tun, the Communist Party of Burma, together with the people, will overthrow Ne Win, traitor, U.S. lackey, and fascist military dictator, and crush with offensives the offensives he has launched with U.S. support.

The Communist Party of Burma, together with the people, will fight to the end for the establishment of a people's democratic federal republic led by the working class, based on a worker- peasant alliance, and embracing workers, peasants, the petty bourgeoisie, the national bourgeoisie, and the revolutionary minority nationalities.

The Communist Party of Burma will fight to the end for the realization of the objective of the Burmese and other people of the world--socialism and communism.

The Communist Party of Burma solemnly calls on the people throughout the country to follow the line of Chairman Thakin Than Tun who devoted his whole life to and died for the people's liberation cause and, together with the Communist Party of Burma, to crush with offensives the Ne Win fascists' offensives, overthrow the Ne Win fascists, establish a people's democratic federal republic, and carry the revolution through to the end.


CHAPTER EIGHT
Resolutely Carry Out People's War!* Central Committee of the Communist Party of Thailand

More than three years have passed since our Party began to lead the people to form patriotic armed forces and fight courageously and unswervingly against the enemy. From the very beginning of the establishment of the people's patriotic armed forces, the U.S.- Thanom clique has shown intense hatred for them and become greatly alarmed. It has resorted to frantic "mopping-up" operations

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From Peking Review, No. 3, January 17, 1969.

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