How the Soviet Union saved Arnold Lockshin's life... (1)
Except for the existence and struggles of the Soviet Union, I would have been killed long ago.
To elaborate, except for U.S. imperialism's desperate and massive attempts to destroy the Soviet Union, I would be long, long ago dead.
There might have been an obituary notice or some incidental comment in a local newspaper. Or maybe nothing at all. Certainly nothing about the actual murderders. The cause of death would have been casually passed off as an “accident” or a “suicide”.
The actual killers would have been the United States secret political police, the United States Gestapo – whether the FBI, the CIA, some military agency or any of the other 16 or so components of the US “intelligence community”. Which particular one is a matter of little importance.
My Mother would have cried and cried and deeply mourned my demise. Which likely would have occurred long before her own death from disseminated breast cancer on January 1, 1981. If I had been murdered after that date, nobody would have given a damn. Not then, not now, not ever.
First we will provide current examples of what often happens to genuine political activists in the brutal police state dictatorship that is the United States of America.
Then we will expand on comments made in my earlier posts on the semblance of public protest in America.
The case of Danye Jones – and not only him...( Collapse )