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Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist)

On Unity of Marxist-Leninists

General Activities of the Quebec Student Movement (MEQ) December 18, 1971

1. Act as an Instrument of Propaganda for the Communist Party of Quebec (Marxist-Leninist)
a. Disseminate Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought.
b. Distribute widely the Red Book, Five Articles by Chairman Mao and Peking Review, etc.
c. Propagate QCP and other Party publications on a wide scale.
d. Invite speakers from the Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) to discussion groups, mass democracy meetings, study groups, etc. on various questions facing the Quebec people.

2. Wage War of Annihilation on the Cultural Front
a. Create public opinion in support of the mass democratic anti-imperialist revolution, in support of national liberation struggle. Create public opinion for proletarian internationalism, against reactionary national chauvinism, and denounce all the agents of U.S. imperialism and Anglo-Canadian colonialism who are preparing public opinion for a counter-revolutionary civil war.
b. Launch struggles in the professions by developing a systematic programme under the heading, Class struggle in the classroom.
c. Organise denunciations of imperialist lackey personalities in the universities, CEGEP’s and High Schools.

3. Encourage Students to Actually Join the Quebec Working Class
a. Use the universities and CEGEPs as a battle and training ground to develop Marxist-Leninist cadres who are encourged to take up jobs in the working class.
b. Those who have taken up professions, are politically conscious and advanced, are called upon to spend maximum time in living amongst the workers and actively supporting their struggles, and
c. Work as revolutionary intellectuals for the local area committees

4. Advance the Resistance Movement Forward!
a. Resolutely combat all fascist rules and regulations – War Measures Act, Public Order Act, Identification card plot, rules and regulations against political work in the schools, communities, etc.
b. Influence the Student Councils to take political action on various international, national, and local questions, and
c. Mobilise the students and faculty to support the just struggles of the patriotic anti-imperialist fighters against repression of the state machine.

(This article first appeared in People’s Canada Daily News, Vol. 4 No. 82, December 17, 1974.)