TROTSKY/MARX/LENIN were global banking far-right OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS TRIBE OF JUDAH------Stalin was far-right wing OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS
KNIGHTS OF MALTA knowing these land collectivization policies would be used to literally kill what in Eastern Europe were 99% REAL Catholic and Jewish citizens.
When we see a NEW REPUBLIC-----an NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO------a DEMOCRACY NOW all global banking 1% media outlet having last century PRETENDED these 5% global banking 'MARXISTS' were LEFT COMMUNISTS/SOCIALISTS when they were the OPPOSITE----we see these same media outlets doing the same in US today ----CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA as TROTSKY/MARX/LENIN collectivizing all US land pretending to do so for FARMLAND SUSTAINABILITY knowing MOVING FORWARD has goals of a STALIN staging weapons of mass starvation right here in US.
Yes, Stalin starved Ukraine----but he also starved USSR----and he through those USSR 5% global banking players installing all that collectivism UNDER THE BUS. It is always those 5% global banking players thrown under first because global banking 1% does not HONOR THIEVES------
Hmmmmm, wonder why APPLEBAUM does not include that history of TROTSKY, LENIN, MARX as team TRIBES OF JUDAH in staging all these STALIN atrocities?
What is missing in all US LITERARY STAR accounts of Stalin and his brutality is that all these policies were not the result of ONE MADMAN---as true in HITLER needing all that pre-Weimar 5% player help in preparing for these mass atrocities. What is missing as well from today's accounts is Stalin as Hitler as Mao PURGED all those earlier 5% global banking players RIGHT AWAY -----
Why Stalin Starved Ukraine
Anne Applebaum's new book tells of an atrocity and cover-up that shape today's politics.
By David Patrikarakos
November 21, 2017 NEW REPUBLIC
History is a battleground, perennially fought over, endlessly contested. Nowhere does this aphorism hold true more than in Russia. A majority of Russians recently voted Joseph Stalin the “most outstanding person” in world history (followed, naturally, by current President Vladimir Putin). No longer the monster of the gulags and purges that killed millions, Stalin now looms in the national consciousness as the giant who defeated the Nazis in World War II. Meanwhile, not only has Russia annexed Crimea and destabilized Ukraine’s eastern regions, its military adventurism has also extended to Syria. Putin, who once described the collapse of the USSR as “the greatest geopolitical catastrophe” of the twentieth century, looks determined to avenge the humiliations of Russia’s post-Soviet implosion. Integral to this endeavor is not just to flex the country’s geopolitical might in the present but to re-write its past.
RED FAMINE: STALIN’S WAR ON UKRAINE by Anne ApplebaumDoubleday, 496pp., $35.00
It is this point that makes the historiography of the USSR—a subject worthy of deep study in itself—so relevant today. Pulitzer-prize winning historian Anne Applebaum is one of the world’s pre-eminent chroniclers of the crimes of the Soviet Union. Her previous works, notably Gulag: A History, which detailed the horrors of the Soviet prison system, and Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1944–1956, which analyzed the USSR’s imposition of communism in Eastern Europe, have played their part in bringing to light the full extent of Soviet oppression. Her new book Red Famine—a masterpiece of scholarship, a ground-breaking history, and a heart-wrenching story—turns to the horrors of Soviet policy in Ukraine, specifically Stalin’s mass starvation of Ukraine from 1932 to 1933. Such was the famine’s devastation that Ukrainian émigré publications coined a new word to describe its barbarity: “Holodomor,” a combination of the Ukrainian words for hunger (holod) and extermination (mor).
At least 5 million people died from starvation in the Soviet Union between 1931 and 1934—including 3.9 million Ukrainians. And, despite the contentions of certain historians of the Soviet Union, Applebaum argues that these deaths were no accident. As she notes at the beginning of the book, “The Soviet Union’s disastrous decision to force peasants to give up their land and join collective farms; the eviction of “kulaks,” the wealthier peasants, from their homes; the chaos that followed”—these policies were “all ultimately the responsibility of Joseph Stalin, the General Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party.”
Moreover, they were—along with the persecution of intellectuals and officials who had even the flimsiest connection to Ukrainian nationalism—part of a systematic assault not just on Ukraine, but on the very idea of Ukraine.
Collectivization of the farmlands of Ukraine began in 1929. Stalin wanted the country, with its hugely fertile black soil, to be the breadbasket of the Soviet Union. He wanted to feed the important party officials and to export its grain abroad to fund his vast industrialization projects. It was an unmitigated disaster. Farmers were no longer paid for their produce but worked according to a ration system based on their productivity. In reality it made them beholden to the party, which, controlling their finances, was able to control all aspects of their lives. And they were no longer able to buy food.
From there it only got worse, peaking during 1932 and 33 when starvation struck Ukraine. Applebaum recounts in visceral and stomach-churning detail:
The starvation of a human body once it begins always follows the same course. In the first phase the body consumes its stores of glucose. Feelings of extreme hunger set in… In the second phase, which can last several weeks, the body begins to consume its own fats and the organism weakens drastically. In the third phase, the body devours its own proteins, cannibalising tissues and muscles. Eventually the skin becomes thin, the eyes distended, the legs and belly swollen as extreme imbalances lead the body to retain water. Small amounts of effort lead to exhaustion. Along the way, different kinds of diseases can hasten death: scurvy, kwashiorkor, marasmus, pneumonia, typhus, diphtheria, and a wide range of infections and skin diseases caused, directly or indirectly, by lack of food.
As with all Applebaum books, Red Famine places personal anecdote in the context of broader history, showing through an alternately widening and narrowing lens both the political context and personal tragedy of the Holodomor. The book benefits from large troves of previously unavailable sources, as Applebaum has taken advantage of the extensive Ukrainian archives that have opened up since the collapse of the USSR. Thus do we learn of the starving Tamara, with her “large, swollen stomach, and her neck…long and thin like a bird’s neck.” Another survivor remembers his mother as looking like “a glass jar, filled with clear spring water. All her body that could be seen…was see-through and filled with water like a plastic bag.” Yet another remembers his brother “alive but completely swollen, his body shining as if it were made of glass.” Such was the spectacle that words in themselves were no longer sufficient, only metaphor could convey the horror of what was happening.
People crawled into wheat fields to eat ears of wheat before dropping dead. They died from hunger in the act of eating. Children collapsed and died during lessons. A mother took the bread from her offspring to feed her husband (she could, she said, always have more kids, but she could only ever have one husband). A couple put their children in a deep hole and left them there, in order not to watch them die. A father strangled his own children rather than watch them perish from hunger. Communities that had once been kind and welcoming became mistrustful and violent; lynch mobs tortured people. And in the end, most horrifically of all, people began to eat each other.
And they pleaded to their government, above all to the man responsible for the suffering: Joseph Stalin. As one bereft Ukrainian wrote in a plangent letter:
Honourable Comrade Stalin, is there a Soviet government law stating that villagers should go hungry? Because we, collective farm workers, have not had a slice of bread in our farm since January 1… How can we build a socialist people’s economy when we are condemned to starving to death, as the harvest is still four months away? What did we die for on the battlefields? To go hungry, to see our children die in pangs of hunger?
But they were appealing to the wrong man, because it wasn’t just collectivization that was to blame. It was the combination of failed policy and brutality that caused the genocide of Ukrainians during those horrific two years. As Stalin’s collectivization bit, the peasants began, naturally, to resist, hiding food anywhere they could. This infuriated Stalin who saw these desperate measures as acts of rebellion and sabotage—from a perennially rebellious people no less—against the Communist ideal.
The result was inevitable. “Long before collectivization began, the phenomenon of the violent expropriator—a man who brandished a gun, spouted slogans and demanded food—was familiar in Soviet Ukraine,” Applebaum tells us. Ukrainians had been subject to the plunder of grain by soldiers in 1918 and 1919, and by the Bolsheviks in 1920. And it was only to get worse. Under the leadership of the Stalin’s close associate, the barbarous Lazar Kaganovich, teams of policemen and party officials smashed and stole their way through the Ukrainian countryside, entering houses and “confiscating” all available food, livestock and even pets.
They left nothing edible behind.
Non-Ukrainian Soviet citizens had been taught to distrust Ukrainians ever since the country had attempted to mould its own destiny in June 1917 by setting up a Ukrainian People’s Republic. This independent state, which resisted the armies of Vladimir Lenin during the Russian civil war, was to last only a few months. After several years of civil war, Ukraine became a Soviet Republic ruled from Moscow in December 1922. Ukrainian nationalism was seen from the beginning as a threat to the Bolshevik ideal, and was to be stamped out—at all costs.
During the famine of the 1930s, as peasants lay dying, the Soviet secret police began to repress all manner of Ukrainian intellectuals and officials who had tried to promote Ukraine’s language or history. Anyone with even the flimsiest connection to Ukrainian nationalism was liable to be vilified, arrested and sent to a labor camp or executed. It was a systematic assault not just on Ukraine, but on the idea of Ukraine. And it worked. The famine and repression of the Ukrainian intellectual classes eventually brought about “the Sovietization of Ukraine, the destruction of the Ukrainian national idea, and the neutering of any Ukrainian challenge to Soviet Unity.”
It was a systematic assault not just on Ukraine, but on the idea of Ukraine. And it worked.And so silence marked the years that followed the famine. Ukrainians were prohibited from speaking of or writing on it: Soviet authorities expunged all traces of it from official accounts. Moscow’s destruction of all institutions of the Ukrainian countryside meant that the people lacked even tombstones to mourn over or churches to pray in. The Politburo wrote the official history of 1932 to 33. It was, so the version went, a history of some accidental but inevitable starvation due to Kulak corruption and problems with the climate and harvest. But alongside this an alternative history arose—an oral tradition in which parents passed on the details of what really happened to their children; the horrors of the famine would, they vowed, never be forgotten.
Ironically, the Nazi invasion of Ukraine in 1941, and the propaganda assault against Moscow that accompanied it, allowed S. Sosnovyi, an agricultural economist, to publish the first quasi-scholarly study of the famine in a Ukrainian newspaper. The famine, he concluded, had been designed to destroy Ukrainian peasant opposition to Soviet power; it was not the result of “natural causes” but was deliberate and imposed. The new climate made it acceptable—in this area at least—for the truth to finally begin to emerge.
But even as the decades wore on—even after Nikita Khrushchev’s speech condemning many of Stalin’s actions after the latter’s death in 1953—the truth of the famine was missing from official Soviet narratives. In fact, in an ironic twist, the German invaders’ use of this history as propaganda against Stalin during the war made it easy for Soviet officials and historians to label anyone talking of a deliberate famine against Ukraine as “fascists” and “Nazis” spreading “Hitlerite propaganda.”
This trend reached its apex in 1987, in which a “Douglas Tottle” (who appears to have written little if anything before or after) published a book entitled Fraud, Famine and Fascism: The Ukrainian Genocide Myth From Hitler to Harvard. His thesis was that the famine was a hoax propagated by a combination of Ukrainians fascists abroad and western intelligence agencies. It was a technique that would come to dominate all Soviet and Russian responses to the “Ukraine question.”
The Soviets’ anti-nationalist policy in Ukraine took a new form with the Holodomor, but the attitude itself was deep rooted. Ukraine has long been central to the Russian national consciousness. Russians, Belarusians and Ukrainians all claim to descend from Kievan Rus,’ a group of East Slavic tribes that lived from the ninth to mid-thirteenth centuries. Kiev, Ukraine’s capital, the “mother of Rus’ cities,” was at the heart of this region. With the emergence of the Romanov dynasty in the seventeeth century, Ukraine began to be considered as an integral part of the Russian empire. In 1764, Catherine the Great created a new frontier territory called Novorossiya, in south and eastern Ukraine.
Today, Putin has revived the term to give legitimacy to Russia’s invasion of eastern Ukraine and simultaneous backing of Ukrainian separatists fighting Kiev. On 27 February, 2014, masked Russians soldiers wearing no identifying insignia appeared on Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula and took over its parliament. The following month, after a referendum that much of the world deemed illegal, Russia formally annexed the territory. Moscow had simply stolen a large part of its much weaker neighbor.
The move attests to the continuing inability of Russian leaders to accept the legitimacy of the Ukrainian state. When Putin revived the idea of Novorussiya to justify military action in southeastern Ukraine, his message was clear: the region was not Ukraine—a largely make-believe country—but an integral part of Russia. And Russian intervention, he argued, was badly needed. The 2014 EuroMaidan revolution in which Ukrainians rose up to overthrow their Moscow-backed President Viktor Yanukovych, was a CIA-backed “coup.” The government that replaced him was a “fascist junta” determined to persecute Russian-speakers in Ukraine and stamp out the speaking of Russian across the country. It was Douglas Tottle-style revisionism for the twenty-first century.
As Russia and Ukraine continue to fight on the battlefield, the Holodomor—central to the question of an independent Ukrainian identity—hovers over the conflict. In August 2015, Ukrainian Russian-backed separatists destroyed a monument to the victims of the famine in the occupied eastern Ukrainian town of Snizhne. Also that month, Sputnik, a Russian state website published an article in English entitled “Holodomor Hoax.”
One (unintended) effect of Russia’s assault on Ukraine has been to galvanize Ukrainian national feeling. And this resurgence has refocused attention on the Holodomor. This is why Red Famine, as the most complete exploration to date of one of the twentieth century’s greatest atrocities, stands both as a work of huge historical importance and contemporary relevance. But above all it is a book of great emotional power, which stems directly from Applebaum’s willingness to give space to Ukrainian voices. As the poet Oleksa Veretenchenko wrote in 1943:
What has happened to the laughter,
To the bonfires girls used to light on Midsummer’s Eve?
Where are the Ukrainian villages
And the cherry orchards by the houses?
Everything has vanished in ravenous fire
Mothers are devouring their children,
Madmen are selling human flesh
At the markets.
'encountered a Zuni pueblo, Hawikuh, which already had some experience with the Spanish. Estevan'
We want to take this weekend to look at THE MOOR'S ACCOUNT by Laila Lalami. LAMAMI is a global banking 1% ARABIC freemason STAR and just as our US 5% freemason STARS create cultural arts to inspire societal changes for OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS----so too do the global banking freemason STARS from Asia and Arabia.
We described THE MOOR'S ACCOUNT as a modern day EMPIRE ALICE'S WALRUS AND CARPENTER because she creates a plot centered on a fictional hero who is MUSLIM forced to walk along the beach with a WALRUS AND CARPENTER attracting all those 99% OYSTERS as native Americans into what always ended in those native Americans being EATEN---ENSLAVED.
LALAMI is creating historical fiction directed at our 99% of new Muslim immigrants and those global 2% of ARABIC players being pushed these few decades of CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA to US FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES as remittance men and women-----just as THE MOOR in her book is forced to do.
We want to remind our US 99% WE THE PEOPLE black, white, and brown citizens as well as our 99% new Muslim immigrants what the real American colonial history was and point to why LALAMI would want to rewrite this history with a MOOR SLAVE hero.
As we see above-----ESTEVAN was a native American working with the Spanish CORTEZ and CORONADO-----and unlike the plot unfolding in THE MOOR-----CORTEZ, CORONADO, and those global banking 5% FAKE freemason/Greek religious leaders never made the decision to PEACEFULLY settle North America -----they came with LOTS OF SOLDIERS.
Here is a US book winning all kinds of global banking 1% LITERARY awards leading us to believe that OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS and the freemason/Greek religious leaders sent to colonial America reformed their ways after CORTEZ finished what was the most brutal genocide of Mexico all while talking of GOD, HONOR, and nothing but finding riches.
The Moor's Account
Laila Lalami (Goodreads Author)
In 1527, the conquistador Pánfilo de Narváez sailed from the port of Sanlúcar de Barrameda with a crew of six hundred men and nearly a hundred horses. His goal was to claim what is now the Gulf Coast of the United States for the Spanish crown and, in the process, become as wealthy and famous as Hernán Cortés.
But from the moment the Narváez expedition landed in Florida, it faced peril—navigational errors, disease, starvation, as well as resistance from indigenous tribes. Within a year there were only four survivors: the expedition’s treasurer, Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca; a Spanish nobleman named Alonso del Castillo Maldonado; a young explorer named Andrés Dorantes de Carranza; and Dorantes’s Moroccan slave, Mustafa al-Zamori, whom the three Spaniards called Estebanico. These four survivors would go on to make a journey across America that would transform them from proud conquistadores to humble servants, from fearful outcasts to faith healers.
Francisco Vázquez de Coronado
Although he failed in his quest for treasure to enrich the Spanish empire, Francisco Vázquez de Coronado led one of the most remarkable European explorations of the North American interior.
Coronado was born into a noble family in Salamanca, Spain, in 1510. He came to the Americas at the age of twenty-five as an assistant to New Spain's first viceroy.
Within three years of his arrival in Mexico, Coronado had married the daughter of the colonial treasurer (which garnered him an enormous estate), put down a major slave rebellion, and become governor of an important Mexican province. But he wanted more. Inspired by rumors of seven cities of gold and the travels of Cabeza de Vaca, Coronado led a royal expedition of about 300 Spanish soldiers, over 1,000 Tlaxcalan Indians, and enormous herds of livestock north into what is now the American West.
In July 1540 Coronado and his advance party of Spanish cavalry encountered a Zuni pueblo, Hawikuh, which already had some experience with the Spanish. Estevan, one of the survivors of Cabeza de Vaca's expedition, had led a small scouting detachment to the Zuni about a year before and the Zuni had killed him, they later explained to Coronado, because of his presumptuousness with Zuni women.
Coronado arrived at the pueblo during the high point of Zuni summer ceremonies. Understandably, they were not receptive to his recitation of the requirimiento, the standard Spanish exhortation to native peoples, which began with the order to "acknowledge the Church as the ruler and superior of the whole world, and the high priest called Pope, and in his name the King and Queen" of Spain. The next part of the requirimiento warned the Zuni that if they failed to obey orders "with the help of God we shall forcefully... make war against you... take you and your wives and children and shall make slaves of them." Unimpressed but perhaps angered, the Zuni began firing arrows at the Spaniards, at one point very nearly killing Coronado himself. The better-armed and mounted Spaniards quickly entered the pueblo and forced the Zuni to flee.
Coronado and his men found no gold in the Zuni pueblos, which drove them to make even more arduous journeys. Coronado sent out parties that ranged all the way to the Colorado River on the present border between California and Arizona, exploring the Grand Canyon and much of what is now New Mexico. Coronado himself led a party in search of the city of Quivira and its mythic riches, into what is now Kansas, but found only a small village of what were probably Wichita Indians.
Disappointed, Coronado returned home to Mexico, where the Viceroy branded his expedition an abject failure. Coronado managed to resume his governorship, but within several years he was found guilty of numerous atrocities against Indians under his authority. He was removed from office in 1544 and moved to Mexico City to work in a modest position in the municipal government. He died in 1554, decades before the chronicle of his expedition was finally published.
Laila Lalami in THE MOOR is painting a remittance man story for what are today all those 99% of MUSLIM ARABIC citizens being displaced by continuous wars forced to immigrate to US and Latin America to be installed in FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONE global factories where they will indeed by enslaved ----just as THE MOOR. It is a story directed at ARABIC MUSLIMS having the same ending as the early American colonial slave trade of Africans into slavery. LALAMI is of course working for those global 1% and their 2% of Arabic citizens bringing foreign corporations to US FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES then bringing those 99% of Arabic remittance men and women to work in those global factories.
One think for sure-----never in the history of CORTEZ did CORTEZ reform his absolute brutal and enslaving ways----he was pure greed, power, and wealth until his last days------so, there was no OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS religious leaders curbing CORTEZ' enthusiasm for finding more and more and more riches north of Mexican border.
When we hear global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS telling today's US 99% WE THE PEOPLE they funded all these explorations and settlements just remind them how people like CORTEZ stripped the continent clean of what was then hundreds of billions of dollars in gold and precious minerals----they have been paid in full -----they now need to GET OUT OF OUR US SOVEREIGN NATION and take those 5% global banking WALRUSES AND CARPENTERS with them.
THE MOOR BEING THAT ISLAMIC SLAVE SAME AS EARLY AMERICAN COLONIAL AFRICAN SLAVE ----IT WAS NOT A HAPPILY EVER AFTER STORY FOR OUR AFRICAN SLAVES JUST AS IT WILL NOT BE A HAPPILY EVER AFTER STORY FOR OUR 99% OF ARABIC NEW IMMIGRANTS TODAY.
THE MOOR'S STORY appears to rehabilitate both CORTEZ and that global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS 5% freemason/Greek religious players at a time today's WALRUSES AND CARPENTERS are making today's native Americans---that is WE THE PEOPLE black, white, and brown citizens-----be those caught in widespread civil unrest, civil wars, death, destruction, starvation.....
The Death of Hernando CortezThe man who conquered Mexico died on December 2nd, 1547.
Ian Fitzgerald | Published in History Today Volume 47 Issue 12 December 1997
By modern Western standards, the Aztec nation of Mexico was a barbarian one, then again, so was the conquistador army of Hernando Cortéz that destroyed it in 1521. By the time Cortéz died, twenty six years later on this day in 1547, the native peoples of central America were living under the rule of Spain.
'They were not the stuff of which bureaucrats are made' wrote one historian of the conquistadors with heroic understatement The men who were sent to America to extend the Spanish Empire were, by necessity, largely desperate individuals, men who had little to lose in sailing to an unknown and dangerous territory Many were seduced by the promise, usually illusory, of gold and unimaginable riches for the taking. This partly explains their savage behaviour once they arrived on the continent, but does not take into account the machinations of their leaders, especially Cortéz.
Although he never did, Cortéz wanted to rule Spain's colony in central America In this sense he was a young man in a hurry, anxious to destroy the existing Aztec civilisation under its leader, Moctezuma, and establish his own power base. As a non-aristocratic man from Extramadura, a bare and outlying part of Spain, Cortéz, like many conquistadors, knew the only way he would ever be a powerful land-owning dynast would be in the New World rather than the Old.
In this situation, the Aztecs stood little chance When the Spanish arrived in the capital Tenochtitlan in 1519, Moctezuma greeted them wanly but amicably. The Aztecs were not a primitive people They were certainly aggressive and often gruesome in their practices – human sacrifice to the gods was a daily part of life – but their civilisation was highly developed and their capital city, artificially built on a lake for protection, was beautifully laid out around a sophisticated temple complex. It was also larger and more populous than many Spanish cities, including Seville, Granada, Toledo and Valencia.
At first the Spanish were friendly, exchanging gifts and behaving well, but Cortéz soon seized Moctezuma and held him hostage. When Moctezuma died in June 1520, the Aztecs finally rose up and drove the Spanish out. But the conquistadors soon returned and razed the city in August 1521.
Cortéz was not master of Mexico. But having won the territory by force he found it difficult to rule. As the years went by Cortéz, the self styled Captain General of New Spain of the Ocean Sea, administered the Colony in an increasingly arrogant and regal manner. The colony was full of men as ambitious and ruthless as himself who formed themselves Into pro and anti-Cortez parties. Rumours were spread that he had murdered his wife, complaints made about this highhanded style, plots hatched against him. Finally, officials were despatched by Spain to help administer the colony, which did not improve Cortéz already volatile and bitter temperament.
Cortéz never achieved the title of Viceroy he so desired He had made too many enemies. In 1540 he gave up and returned to Spain, leaving behind the colony he had created by the force of his personality. He would never truly rule the empire he helped create.
A recurring theme in THE MOOR'S ACCOUNT is the power of those colonizing to become THE PIED PIPER-----inspire the natives of colonial America to follow what were those global banking 5% players. THE MOOR as the Arabic slave tied to a Spanish 5% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS player throughout the book manages to befriend ---manages to live while all around him die-----manages to come to terms with his fate of never returning home to ARABIA---thinking maybe his children will to EAST to reverse his forced trip WEST.
There are good moral stories weaved throughout-----the story of Spanish 5% players being those greedy and power-seeking made slaves themselves -----never changing when given a second chance. THE MOOR made to admit his own connections as a 5% player in Arabia having enslaved his own people now made a slave himself. The book does a good job at describing how perilous and deadly it was for our early European settlers forced to follow what are mostly SHIPS OF FOOLS placed as leaders. The ending of this story having CORONADO walking north into America having only 5% freemason/Greek religious players, Mexican native slaves to be forced to settle in SEVEN CITIES OF GOLD-----is exactly the tale of WALRUS AND CARPENTER-----and CORONADO with his WALRUS religious players and his band of Mexican native slaves acting as CARPENTERS-----DEVELOPERS claiming and settling the colonial west.
These historical FICTIONS are always good stories----this was----but as 99% US WE THE PEOPLE and our 99% new immigrant citizens read these FICTIONS----we have to see the lying and hiding to understand THE DEVELOPERS tied to the 5% freemason/Greek religious players working for OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS-----have now MOVED FORWARD to today where the genocide of native Americans in CORTEZ' time ---is US 99% WE THE PEOPLE black, white, and brown citizens ---TODAY.
Any MUSLIMS here in US making this sound as an empowering story for our 99% of new Muslim immigrant citizens-----are indeed global banking 5% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS players.
Laila Lalami: "The Moor’s Account"
From the widely praised author of "Secret Son" and "Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits" comes a stunning piece of…
Looks like those WALRUSES AND CARPENTERS are staging another extermination of native Americans-----this time global development corporations meet global OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS making remittance men and women of everyone they touch.
The Moor's Account
The Moor’s Account by Laila Lalami is a work of historical fiction following Estebanico, a Moroccan slave, who is one of four survivors of the failed Narváez expedition to colonise Spanish Florida in the sixteenth century. Of the four, his was the only testimony left off the record.
Lalami gives us Estebanico as history never did: as Mustafa, the vibrant merchant from Azemmur forced into slavery and a new name, and reborn as the first black explorer of the Americas, discovering and being discovered by hostile and compassionate tribes alike.
In Estebanico’s telling, the survivors’ journey across the New World transforms would-be conquerors into servants and outcasts into faith healers. He remains ever-observant, resourceful and hopeful that he might one day find his way back to his family, even as he experiences an unexpected (if ambiguous) camaraderie with his masters.
THE BEATLES being that top gun global banking freemason STAR group let us know back in those 1960s civil rights days that global banking 1% and OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS were making their move using those same old WALRUS AND CARPENTERS as back in days of CORTEZ.
If we see a lot of EMPIRE ALICE running through these tunes----all this is symbols, signs, and codes telling those global banking 5% freemason/Greek players MOVING FORWARD was hitting HIGH SPEED.....NIXON was soon coming to office to OPEN CHINA and make FIAT MONEY of our US currency.
We take time to educate broadly as to how we understand public policy and know when global banking 1% pols and players are LYING AND HIDING ---this is why having PUBLIC SCHOOLS that educate broadly---arts, humanities, history, literature ------teaching our 99% of students how to INTERPRET these cultural arts SIGNS is critical---now being killed in RACE TO TOP COMMONER CORE.
"I Am the Walrus" is a song by the Beatles released in November 1967.
Beatles – I Am The Walrus Lyrics
I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together.
See how they run like pigs from a gun, see how they fly.
Sitting on a cornflake, waiting for the van to come.
Corporation tee-shirt, stupid bloody tuesday.
Man, you been a naughty boy, you let your face grow long.
I am the eggman, they are the eggmen.
I am the walrus, goo goo g'joob.
Mister city policeman sitting
Pretty little policemen in a row.
See how they fly like Lucy in the Sky, see how they run.
I'm crying, I'm crying.
I'm crying, I'm crying.
Yellow mother custard, dripping from a dead dog's eye.
Crabalocker fishwife, pornographic priestess,
Boy, you been a naughty girl you let your knickers down.
I am the eggman, they are the eggmen.
I am the walrus, goo goo g'joob.
Sitting in an english garden waiting for the sun.
If the sun don't come, you get a tan
From standing in the english rain.
I am the eggman, they are the eggmen.
I am the walrus, goo goo g'joob goo goo g'joob.
Expert textpert choking smokers,
Don't you think the joker laughs at you?
See how they smile like pigs in a sty,
See how they snied.
Semolina pilchard, climbing up the eiffel tower.
Elementary penguin singing Hari Krishna.
Man, you should have seen them kicking edgar allan poe.
I am the eggman, They are the eggmen.
I am the walrus, goo goo g'joob goo goo g'joob goo goo g'joob.
Goo goo g'joob goo
Songwriters: JOHN LENNON, PAUL MCCARTNEY