Most of the cult leaders have a way of hearding the sheeple into doing as they say. Taking their fear and silencing it with false promises of release and euphoria. However I suppose it wasn’t false just not in the way most would like. 23 devices examiner. 24 Q. And let me direct your attention to August of 1998. Were 25 you with the FBI at that time? SOUTHERN DISTRICT REPORTERS (212) 805-0300 3678 142lbin4 Whitworth – direct 1 A. Yes, I was. 2 Q. And were you then qualified as an explosives and hazardous 3 devices examiner at that time? Auschwitz to Hiroshima to yesterday’s tonnage of explosives dropped … entitled book reflected the Marxism-is-dead literature The whole course of this historic advance has been littered with pedantic ‘refutations’ and ‘disproofs’ of Marxism, each enjoying its mayfly day of sunshine publicity and now lost in the dustbin. Countless knight crusaders and gladiators of counter-revolution, from Cavaignac to Thiers, from Bismarck to Kolchak, from Hitler to Dulles, have declared the communist spectre banished for ever, only to end themselves in defeat. At every sharp turn and painful moment in the arduous ascending road of the revolution there has never been lacking a host of profound observers and loud-voiced wiseacres to proclaim the ‘fatal crisis’ and ‘disintegration’ of world communism. It was ‘finished’ after the crushing of the Commune. It was ‘finished’ after the collapse of the International in 1914. It was ‘finished’ after Nep. It was ‘finished’ after the Twentieth Con- gress. Today, it is ‘finished’ again with the present phase of the Chinese Revolution or the growing pains of the new socialist regimes in Eastern Europe. From every such sharp turning point and testing time Marxism has emerged with renewed vitality and ever greater strength in the real historical world. As Klara Zetkin proclaimed in the days before 1917, when the enemy was still wrapped in com- placent self-satisfaction over the crushing of the Commune and the defeat of 1905, the indomitable Klara Zetkin with her blazing revolutionary confidence invoked the inextinguishable spirit of the revolution giving the answer to these enemies: ‘I Was! I Am! I Shall Be!’ The record of half a century has proved the justice of her confidence. Die Weltgeschichte ist das Weltgericht. World History is the World Court of Judgment.* After leaving his home with nothing but his shoes and a small bundle of possessions, Mao went on to the city of Changsha. He tried to further in his studies at a higher primary school and then in a commercial school, bet finally decided to work in a library where he began to read some revolutionary writings and for some political ideals. His education was delayed in 1911 when he ended up joining the Republican revolutionary army for six months where he witnessed the fall of the Qing dynasty.3 Returning to his studies, he tried several different schools before he finally settled into the First Provincial Normal School of Hunan, where the real development of his political theory began.4
At the age of twenty, he was working in the library at the Normal School, when new theories about the appropriate execution of a revolution and new political strategies began to be heavily discussed in educational circles. Dissatisfaction with the way things had gone since the 1911 Revolution were now inspiring intellectuals to find a better political theory and governing process. It was in this period that Mao began to do heavy reading into political theory, both traditional and contemporary, though it is unclear whether he came into contact with modern Western theories at this point the general consensus is that he did not.5
As opposed to many of his contemporary political thinkers, Mao did not leave China to get his education, or to further it. What was the root cause of this terrible massacre?
Millions of Black people were forced to leave the South at the turn of the 20th century to escape the savage lynchings, wretched poverty and other remnants of slavery. Thousands of Black people migrated to tulsa.
oil had been discovered throughout the Southwest, a region once known as “indian ter- ritory” that had been a part of Mexico. Glenn Pool, 14 miles from tulsa, became known as the “richest small oilfield in the world.” By 1907, oklahoma had become the center of the country’s oil production, produc-
ing 300,000 barrels a day.
Black tulsans were trying to take advantage of this economic boom by establishing
their own businesses in the Greenwood area.
tulsa was an extremely segregated city. Black people were forced to live on the north
side of town. Whites lived in the southern part. Black people were prohibited from doing business with whites.
The educator Booker t. Washington characterized the Greenwood section as the “negro’s Wall Street.” Racists referred to Greenwood as “Little africa.”
The people of Greenwood were attempting to carry out their own brand of post- civil War Reconstruction.
Greenwood included a Black newspaper, two doctors, a Black labor union, three grocery stores and barbers. Three-quarters of the Black children attended the lone Black school. tulsa had the second-lowest Black illiteracy rate of any county in oklahoma.
Many other Black people were forced to work in the white areas as domestics or shining shoes. This was a testament to the fact that whites still dominated the overall economy.
The white political establishment attempted to whip up a hysteria against the or- ganizing efforts of the industrial Workers of the World and against Jewish people. James Brown used to steal clothes out of parked cars.