By Li Onesto
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Actually, at the time, this cop was only “missing” − only later was he found dead. This happened over three years ago and 15 people from this incident are still in jail, without trial. ‘All this really affected people in the village and made them very supportive of armed struggle against the police. So when the People’s War started there was a lot of activity here − including wall postering, distribution of the communiqué from the Party, and torchlight processions. Fifteen to 20 people went underground and some were caught by the police in the first week.
After this, people go back out to work for the whole afternoon and return when the sun is low on the horizon. The evening meal is usually late, around 8 o’clock, and by 9 everyone is getting ready to go to sleep. The house we’re staying in is a three-story clay structure, with dirt floors, simple wooden stairs, and shuttered windows. There are many people living in these five rooms. There is the mother and father of the house and their children − several grownup sons and daughters. And then there are the sons’ families, each with several small children.
Some of the young guerrillas first got involved with the Party through the revolutionary student organizations. Many of them had to go underground after being arrested and targeted by the government. One young man says: ‘I began getting into revolutionary politics as a student and became the district secretary of the revolutionary student union. I got involved with the People’s Army cultural team with the understanding that this is the only way − through the People’s War − to get rid of exploitation.