The Cultural Revolution was blazing everywhere in the vast land of China, also burned the ancient city 's streets and back lanes. The millennium city was experiencing a hitherto unknown "revolutionary baptism".
To carry the revolution through to the end, our middle school red guards joined “the Revolutionary Red Guards mass nationwide travel" too. Many students went to Beijing, Wuhan, Zhongqi, but, a few matched to chairman Mao 's home town - Shao Shan（韶山)…… different cities and places. In our small old town, also saw Red Guards in and out. It was not clear where they came from, or what kind organization they belonged to. Unfamiliar faces, in groups of three or five, as long as they wore a red armband, who was dared to neglect? Ran in the district or town office buildings, reprimand the leaders, after ate and drank, then marched forward again.
As same as the national situation, in the ancient city, after criticizing the “Three Villagers” (Wu Han, Deng Tuo, Liao Mosa, three famous writers and government offices), pulling out reactionary gangs, the criticizing the Capitalist Roaders campaign was began. The surges were waves upon waves. Even the children all knew Liu Shaoji, Deng Xiaoping and other state leaders names, nobody did not know that they were the greatest betrayers, strike-breakers, hidden traitors, Chinese number one largest Capitalist Roaders.
With the deepening of the revolution, various factions of the rebels were established, as bamboo shoots after a spring rain. Factories, schools, business stores, hospital, vegetable farmers and government agencies, throughout the ancient city, all had rebel organizations. The original leaded, powerful old Communist Party 's Culture R...
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...ums which were resounding in the sky. People shouted deafeningly, it was agitative and massive. A group of people shouldered the huge portrait of Mao Zedong, also, everyone handed Chairman Mao 's little red quotations book, non stop shouted slogans: “defend to the death of chairman Mao! ” “The revolution, Rebel! ” “Down with Capitalist Roaders!” “Revolution is no crime, Rebellin is justified!” The procession stretched more than a half mile, and the shutting sounds of slogan were as thundering. All at once, the parade lasted several hours, meanwhile, the old town was shaking as fast as drums beating. Until people exhausted, mollified, the denounced demonstrate was hastily ended.
A small old town, there was no any decent units, factories, the government agencies were numbered, in all of a suddenly out of hundreds of Capitalist Roaders, long time let me puzzled.
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