Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 21
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 21

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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M A-?2-- INDEPENDENT «"· '"·*··' Mif - ' "** Viet Communists Admit Things Not /?·-·· - rpi -..·:·:,,··" TVf · · · · - ' · · : yoing I heir Way ', KHat«d itarv M PM* Mtt · By BRYCE B. MILLER : I SAIGON (DPI) '-- Things are not going too well for thejCommunists in South Viet Nahi And what'£ more, the Communists admit it. ;· : /ThS trouble, from.-the. Gpm? rhlinist ..viewpoint, is'the massive, American' troop buildup, thejair war both in. trie south and'' trie north,""! and the psychological. warfare pfq : grim aimed at winning the population ·. of . the country over to the government. The'rare assessment that things could be better came in $16, January issue.of .Tien Phpn,' the North Vietnamese People's Revolutionary Party political and t h e o r e t i c a l monthly'..magazine. An unsigned article iri the magazine fraWtly admitted tfia't the Communist · cadre within South Viet Nam has become confused about the cpolitical aims of the war and that the American and government war^effrt is causing "much difficulty" ik the Viet Cong struggle. tr. ALSO admitted i the presence of main force Communist soldiers and the resulting ,,, downgrading of loca 1 gujmlias has created a tendency to neglect the politica' side of the war, which 'the article, said must .work hand and glove'with the military to achieve victory. The article, said that the main- reason. for the Com munist difficulties was tha there -were 10 . times, more Americans in .South Viet Nam today than there w6re a year agir^and that the : Americans "h^xe'" developed to,, the utr most the role of the Air Force and artillery, stepped up the usB'.'jOf poisonous chemicals and B52 strategic bombing tc desfioy the liberated areas o! the'south, . , '' ' "Practically speaking," the article said, "this movemenl has caused a number of com rades who are not thoroughly Imbued with the policy am strategy of the party to'b confused about the role,or_" ' political struggle in the'nev situation ; and about the el fecHyehess * of 'the' politica strugglevin view of. the,-in creasing number of U.^/ex peditioh'ary troops in Sout! VieE-Nam. ·' - ' ".' ;V "On the other hand, on ou side, the outstanding role.b our armed struggle, with th presence of the' main force on the various battlefield arid- their repeated brillian victories, has easily created tendency to neglect the rol of the political' struggle. "In a number of regions the party leadership spirit ap pears to be less versatile an creative.; At the worst som regions have given up th precious experiences jf th old'days." ' · THE ARTICLE warned th; the'party must eliminate wha it called "reactionary el ments with religious leanings and must not trust labc leaders. "Although the anti-U.S. p tentialities of the people of a classes have been us« partially and temporarily, it very necessary to pay atte tipn to eliminating the infl ence of reactionary elemen belonging to various religio 1 organizations, and to stru gling to achieve leadersh ver-the^moyement of..these asses," the article said. : 1 . "Moreover, it is necessary beware of the tratie.'u.nlbh aders, our enemy's lackeys, lio seek to disrupt and slow own the movement of works and laborers." ' . The article stressed.that to ave the necessary support r the military struggle, the edple must present a solid olitical front. '.* * ' » * . ' . . · ". VIT IS crystal clear, that the pearheads. of the political at-' cks by themselves are still larp, but their effects; are not eveloping appropriately in ccordance with the- armed niggle movement," the rticle continued. "This is due mainly to lack 'concern by leaders," it said. The present situation and op- oftunities are creating many avorable conditions for the. naugufation of ' a compre- en sive ' and wid e' politi cal .ruggle movement in both ural and urban areas. This movement is aimed at launch- rig fierce attacks against the nemy's policies of terror, murder, pillaging, pacification nd war intensification, ag- ravating his difficulties, forc- ng the enemy to face more erious and critical crises and t the. same time, explaining hd disseminating our policies and heightening the'masses aired for the enemy. .. ' ' ; . it is necessary to set orth as evidence men or ob- ects to condemn strongly the arbarous and murderous acts f the enemy, to denounce the nemy publicly, to Assault rbpaganda or meetings in the treets, to prepare the opinion f the masses and to' have lans to oppose firmly the ntiCommunist meetings, anc 6 · prevent the enemy from aking advantage of the dis tritjutiqn of a small 'quantit of medicines and cloth unde the title of relief to the Com niunist refugees to fool an quiet the movement of Strug le." · · ' - . - . · .. * * . * . * , . - . THE ARTICLE a|so stressec Communist hopes ' for dis iident Americans to sway ,th Administration away from lurrent .policies in Viet Nam and to stop American military men from fighting. It added that the U.S. wa acing many difficulties fron he expanding war, but wa rteeping the truth from th American, people by distor ions. _ ? "However, they cannot pu out 'the antiwar fire in th United States," the articl said. "The U.S. people's boi ng movement of .:sta(ggj against the aggressive~AVar o [he U.S^ imperialists in Vi Nam in the recent past wit the sympathy of world.peo pies, is not only a great en couragement to the revolu tionary movement in Soul Viet Nam, but also an ev dence of the weakening an political isolation of the U.; imperialists.".'. . The U.S. people's ant war movement cannot fail i influence U.S. troops. It w: awaken them and may caus them to sympathize with an yield before the just strugg of our people." INDEPENDENT--Pag. 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'It must have fallen on th'e,./ floor," the man told the council, "and as I have'a lotibf mice, they must be responsiv ' ble for the disappearance." . , ' Help Him Get Ahead! · PROMPT collections are a big factor iri the success of any -gainful enterprise -- especially whtn a teenager is in business for himself, as is your newspaper carrier! WHEN all of his customers pay him th* first lime he calls to collect, it helps him more than you may realize. Enables him to pay his route bill promptly, gives him full profits from his work, and laves making call-backs -- which means more time free for school studies arid other activities ! YES, you do much to »id and encourage this dependable young businessman when you have the. money ready every collection day! Independent - ]Press=(!IeU$ram - *.-... · · -.J

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