TASEK UTARA 1974: STUDENT-SQUATTER SOLIDARITY
4. While the absolute majority of PBMUM and PMIUM members are pro-people, some anti-people. fascists in these societies tried vainly to provoke racialism and communalism to divide the broad student masses.
5. In the struggle, student leaders under-rated the subversive role of the Special Branch. Special Branch infiltrations and subversions form part and parcel of the tactics of whole repressive state apparatus.
6. This struggle was a significant milestone in student efforts to support workers and peasants.
7. Despite the dirty tricks, students succeeded, to a certain extent, in supporting the squatters just struggle, to raise the consciousness of fellow students and to inspire the oppressed.
To struggle against an unjust, but nonetheless well-organised social order requires good organisation, patience and determination. Students should be vigilant, well-organised, have faith in the dauntless spirit of the masses, integrate with the masses,integrate theory with practice, and struggle bravely.
In so doing, we can definitely build a nation that is truly independent, progressive, democratic, sovereign and prosperous.
**PBMUM is the Malay acronym for the University of Malaya Malay Language Society, while the PMIUM is the University of Malaya Islamic Student Society.
BANGUN, BURUH, PETANI
ARISE WORKERS AND PEASANTS