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Following the lead of "maximum leader" Deng Xiaoping, President Jiang Zemin launched the latest nationalism campaign in 1990 as a new ideology to replace worn-out Marxism-Leninism-Maoism, and the party leadership has been riding the nationalist tiger ever since.
Instead, Expand the Guerrilla War to Seize Power for the People ( 1985 ), Develop the People's War to Serve the World Revolution (1986), On Marxism-Leninism-Maoism (1988), On Gonzalo Thought (1988), and the many statements and messages from the party to the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement (RIM) since 1984 (published in the journal A World to Win) could question the Senderistas' Maoist credentials.
But the problem of cultural identity, of what it means to be Chinese in the context of a competitive economic and cultural world order, is by no means a new one, the product of the ascendancy of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism. It is, rather, a problem that introspective Chinese consciously confronted at least as long ago as the 1890s, and have agonized over ever since.
He emphasized that Independence Day also means emancipation from foreign harmful ideologies particularly Marxism-Leninism-Maoism political philosophy that is alien to the democratic Filipino way of life.