republican leaders join in honoring new rotunda statue of radical socialist woman - metal plaque

by:ShunDing     2019-11-06
republican leaders join in honoring new rotunda statue of radical socialist woman  -  metal plaque
In the process of being taught American history when we were young, there was a sin of commission ---
Such as George Washington's fable of cutting down cherry trees (
Never actually happened).
And the more common sin of inaction. -
This conveniently masks the historical part of the United States where we have to "protect children" to learn.
The reason why I use this observation as a preface to this column is because a woman ---
We all know who's name. -
Today, she was honored to unveil her statue in the circular hall of the U. S. Capitol building.
House Democratic Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid attended the ceremony.
But surprisinglyto me)
Republican leaders Mitch McConnell and John Boehner are also at hand, along with the woman's Republican governor from the red state.
When the state chose her as their representative in its own state, the state had always respected the woman before.
But what is really surprising is that this woman not only helped to find. C. L. U.
But it is also a radical revolutionary socialist, a fan of the Soviet Union and Lenin, and a member of the world's industrial workers (the "I. W. W.
", Or" swing ")
Is the frenetic enemy and critic of capitalism.
You might think it's not the kind of woman that Republicans usually respect.
However, in this great land, the history teacher has committed a clear crime of negligence (
It's even repeated by politicians now)
The only story we know about her is the huge difficulty she overcame in her childhood.
We are all familiar with this common story, but when she is an adult, the story ends suddenly.
All parts of the fanatic socialist she later became were swept away.
Do I think I exaggerate the point of being an "angry socialist" or "militant?
Judge by yourself.
In her own words, from 1929, about Lenin's death: the Russian Revolution did not come from Lenin.
It hovers for centuries in the dreams of Russian mystics and Patriots, but when Lenin's body was simply placed in the Kremlin, the whole of Russia trembled and cried.
The mouth of the hungry enemy is filled with new hope, but Lenin's spirit comes in the weeping crowd like a local tyrant, who talks to each other and is not afraid.
They said: "Let us not follow him with a flinch heart, let us be prepared for the task he left us.
In the place where our dull eyes only saw the ruins, his clearer eyes found the way we were free.
The revolution he saw, yes, even the disintegration of the symbols of chaos, was actually the work of God not to deviate from order;
The way our government is doing is no less than the way we save it.
If we are determined, our actions will make the world more brave.
"People have disappeared from the earth and left the ditch they plowed.
I saw the plows left by Lenin, sowing the unshattered seeds of the new life of mankind, and sowing deeply under the rolling waves of storms and lightning, an ancient crop.
Earlier, when she was first openly referred to as a socialist (
This caused the media frenzy at the time, because her childhood story was already famous)
She wrote "How I Became a Socialist" for the New York Times ".
Even bad names can turn into good deeds, and I'm happy if the tendency of newspapers to record my activities leads to the inclusion of the word socialism more often in their columns.
In the future, I hope to write articles about socialism and to some extent prove that my views and I have received a lot of publicity. . . .
I don't adore the fabric of any color, but I like the red flag, what it symbolizes for me and other socialists.
There is a red flag hanging in my study, and if I can, I would be happy to walk past [the office] with itNew York]
Let all journalists and photographers make the most of the spectacle.
Based on the inclusive condemnation of the times, I have lost all rights to respect and compassion and I will be in doubt.
However, the editor of The Times wanted me to write him an article!
How can he trust me to write to him if I am a suspicious character?
I hope that you will like as much as I do the bad morals, bad logic and bad manners that capitalist editors have encountered in trying to condemn the movement aimed at the benefit of this chaebol.
We are not qualified for sympathy, but some of us can write some articles to help his paper make money.
Perhaps our view has the same value to him as he found in the confession of a "industrialist?
I asked, I was surprised out of composure.
"You don't mean me. W. W. --a syndicalist? "I became an I. W. W.
Because I found the Socialist Party too slow.
It is in a political mire.
As long as the party has a place under the government and seeks a position under the government, it is almost impossible to maintain its revolutionary nature.
The government does not represent the interests that the Socialist Party should represent.
However, she admitted to a diverse audience that socialism was a step in the right direction.
"The real task is to unite and organize all workers on an economic basis. It is the workers themselves who must fight for their freedom and must become strong. " [she]continued.
"Political action is nothing.
That's why I became I. W. W. ". . .
"What are you working on? -
Education or revolution? ""Revolution.
She answered decisively.
"We have no education without revolution.
We have been trying peace education for 1,900 years but have failed.
Let's try the revolution and see what it will do now.
"I am not in favor of peace in any danger.
I feel sorry for this war, but I have "industrialists "?
I asked, I was surprised out of composure.
"You don't mean me. W. W. --a syndicalist? "I became an I. W. W.
Because I found the Socialist Party too slow.
It is in a political mire.
As long as the party has a place under the government and seeks a position under the government, it is almost impossible to maintain its revolutionary nature.
The government does not represent the interests that the Socialist Party should represent.
However, she admitted to a diverse audience that socialism was a step in the right direction.
"The real task is to unite and organize all workers on an economic basis. It is the workers themselves who must fight for their freedom and must become strong. " [she]continued.
"Political action is nothing.
That's why I became I. W. W. ". . .
"What are you working on? -
Education or revolution? ""Revolution.
She answered decisively.
"We have no education without revolution.
We have been trying peace education for 1,900 years but have failed.
Let's try the revolution and see what it will do now.
"I am not in favor of peace in any danger.
I regret this war, but I have never regretted the blood of thousands of people during the French Revolution.
The workers are learning how to be independent.
They are learning the lesson and they will work hard for their own benefit in the trenches.
The generals have demonstrated the excellent measures taken by the workers in the trenches.
If they can do this for their owners, you can be sure that they will do it for themselves when they hold things in their hands. ". . .
"I don't care half at all. radicals!
"Even by today's standards, it's quite powerful.
Something very strong when she speaks.
I should mention that these articles are the easiest to find on a website called "Marxist. org".
However, the woman was honored today for the unveiling of a statue ---
In honor of her hometown, Alabama. -
In the U. S. Capitol.
In addition, her body lies in the National Cathedral of Washington.
Because we only remember the story of her overcoming obstacles when she was a child.
It is not an obstacle to fable or metaphor, but an obstacle to reality.
Because the woman who was honored today is Helen Keller.
The first time I realized (
Like Paul Harvey used to say)
"The rest of the story" while reading a book by James W.
My teacher told me that the title was a lie: Your American History Textbook was wrong (
With such a title, how can I miss it? ).
He uses Keller's story as the first example of the first chapter of the book, pointing out how boring American history is when teaching American history to classrooms full of children ---
When the actual situation is more human and inconsistent,hence)
More interesting.
Loewen wrote: opportunities may be unequal in the United States, not everyone has the power to rise in the world, a concept that is disgusting for textbook authors and many teachers
Educators are more willing to use Keller as a gentle source of encouragement and encouragement to our young people ---
You can do it if she can!
So they left her adult life and made her whole life blurry.
In the process, they turned this passionate poor warrior into something she never had in her life: boredom.
As can be seen from Nancy Pelosi's speech today: "As we salute Helen Keller, what a great day it is for Americans at the US Capitol.
Most people know Helen Keller's playmates. -
Curious and curious about the world open to her.
Today, we recognize that she is the child and the woman she is: Citizen
Ideological and political activity is the flag bearer for her and the great cause of our time.
As Helen Keller said: "I sympathize with all those who fight for justice.
Helen Keller fought for opportunities for the disabled, racial equality and women's rights throughout her life.
Helen Keller shows her passion on this statue of the Capitol, which will always remind us that people must be respected for what they can do, not judged for what they can't do. . . .
Helen Keller's life is an example of determination and strength.
Here, in our temple of democracy, the statue of Helen Keller will stand year after year, day after day, as proof of her strength and the ideal of equality in the United States, she promoted
"Well, I think it's a step forward, even if Keller is actually promoting the idea of equality in the Soviet Union.
You will forgive me if I still find Alabama interesting (of all places)
Just saluted a woman with a statue in the circular hall of the Capitol building, who donated $100 to the United Nations. A. A. C. P. (
Tactfully, this was not entirely an "honor" among white people in Alabama at the time).
More ironically, it can be found in red, which is now proudly used in "Red State America", but was then a capital term used as a slander similar to "traitor.
But even so, Helen Keller is a proud red man, a loyal Socialist, a man of unapologetic swing.
Now she is not only buried in the National Cathedral, but also has her own statue in the Capitol.
Her own words are the perfect ending of the story.
These are the articles excerpted above, and the first one is about the Brooklyn Eagle newspaper.
The ridiculous Eagle of Brooklin!
What a brave bird this is!
In society, it defends an intolerable system that is the cause of most of the body's blindness and deafness that we are trying to prevent.
The eagle is willing to help us prevent suffering, as long as we do not attack the industrial tyranny that supports it, stop its ears, and shade its vision.
The Eagle and I are at war.
I hate the system it stands for, apologize for it and maintain it.
Let it fight fairly when it strikes back.
Let it attack my thoughts and oppose the purpose and proposition of socialism.
Remind me that it's an unfair struggle or a good argument with someone else I can't see or hear. I can read.
I can read all the socialist books I have time to read in English, German and French.
If the editor of the Brooklyn Eagle read some of them, he might become a smarter person and make a better newspaper.
If I ever contribute to the socialist movement I sometimes dream of, I know what I will call it: industrial blindness and social deafness.
"I feel like Joan of Arc sometimes.
I was promoted as a whole.
I have also heard the voice of "coming", and I will follow no matter what price I pay, no matter what test I am tested.
Prison, poverty, slander-
They are not important.
Indeed he said, "You are the ones who have made my youngest suffer. '"[
Note: I didn't provide a link to the quote paragraph in the article, mainly because it would get the cat out of the bag and I was busy using cheap news tips (
Thanks again to Paul Harvey).
Since we know who I am talking about, I encourage you to read the article of 1929: "The spirit of Lenin" and "How I became socialist" in 1912. and the interview of why I became I. W. W.
With Barbara bindry in 1916.
I found all these texts in the Marxist Helen Keller Reference File.
I point out that this is not an endorsement of the site, but an appreciation for their original material archive.
I have not received any kind of compensation (
Not even one of the books)
Thank you for your heartfelt support to James W.
I encourage you to read the excellent books of lovin.
You can see the Alabama neighborhood in the United States. S. Mint site.
Helen Keller's final resting place at the National Cathedral is a metal plaque.
It's hard to take pictures because it's shiny metal.
But it initially looked like a flash of light (
Towards the bottom of the plaque)
Actually the most fingers.
The Braille inscription I have ever seen. ]
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