Thursday, August 3, 2017

GOVERNMENT BY B.TRAVEN IS ABOUT YAGODA TRAFFICKING HUMANS WITH HIS SON ROMAN POLANSKI



GOVERNMENT BY JENOKH JEHUDA/B.TRAVEN
DON RAMON VELAZQUEZ A.K.A. ROMAN POLANSKI 
YAGODA WAS RUNNING SCHOOLS IN MEXICO WHERE HE BEAT INDIANS AND TAUGHT THEM NOTHING BUT ENOUGH SO THAT INVESTORS (((JEWS)))WOULD WANT TO INVEST MONEY IN MEXICO. ALL HE CARED ABOUT WAS MAKING MONEY OFF THE INDIANS...BOLSHEVIK PARASITIC 'JEW'. YET HE LOVES TO CLAIM HE IS FOR THE UNDERDOG

"B. Traven was always a champion of the underdog. Born Ret Marut, he came to anarchism through the individualistic philosophy of Max Stirner, whose belief in the primacy of the will and the need to struggle also was an influence on José Carlos Mariátegui, the founder of Peruvian Marxism and an exponent of "indigenismo." During the Munich Soviet of 1919, Marut was appalled to see the Socialist government send troops to impose law and order. This experience, plus his hatred for socialist support of World War One, shaped his early political experience." absolute bullshitvism!

AND WHEN WE LOOK UP DON RAMON VELAZQUEZ WE FIND...
RAMON JOSE VALAZQUEZ ORDONEZ 
ordonez Meaning:  the son of Ordono (fortunate, rich, prosperous).
ROMAN IS TRAFFICKING HUMANS IN MEXICO AND SWITZERLAND...
THIS IS VERY DISTURBING. 
YAGODA WAS TRAFFICKING INDIANS TO WORK ON THEIR PLANTATIONS IN MEXICO. 
B. Traven's The Jungle Novels
Yagoda preffered brandy plantations so they could get the indians black out drunk and frame them for murder and make their families pay to get their relatives out of jail after being framed. they had mahogeny plantations which was a big earner for them as well. kaiser wilhelm had many plantations in many countries. 
this bloodline has claimed hundres of millions of souls and they havent stopped they are VAMPIRES AND MUST BE STOPPED!!! 
IN THE BOOK GOVERNMENT HE TALKS ALOT ABOUT DON PORFIRIO WHO COINCIDENTALLY WAS VERY CLOSE WITH KAISER WILHELM GENRIKH YAGODAS GRANDFATHER. HE PROVIDED THEM SLAVE LABOUR IN MEXICO  AND HE WAS GIVEN A NICE SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL FOR HIS SERVICES
 HE EVEN SAUGHT ASYLUM IN GERMANY 

"Díaz has always been a controversial figure in Mexican history; while the Porfirian regime brought stability after decades of conflict, it grew unpopular due to civil repression and political stagnation. His economic policies largely benefited his circle of allies as well as foreign investors, and helped a few wealthy estate owning hacendados acquire huge areas of land, leaving rural campesinos unable to make a living. Likewise these estates were often deadly resulting in approximately 600,000[2] deaths in 1900 through the end of Diaz's rule. Despite public statements favoring a return to democracy and not running for office, Díaz reversed himself and ran in 1910. His failure to institutionalize presidential succession, when he was 80 years old, triggered a political crisis between the Científicos and the followers of General Bernardo Reyes, allied with the military and with peripheral regions of Mexico.[3] After Díaz declared himself the winner of an eighth term in office in 1910, his electoral opponent, Francisco I. Madero, issued a call for armed rebellion against the Díaz, leading to the outbreak of the Mexican Revolution. After the Federal Army suffered a number of military defeats against Madero's forces, Díaz was forced to resign in May 1911 and went into exile in France, where he died four years later."
"Porfirio Díaz was enticed by the lure of power. His indigenismo only lasted until he took the presidential seat the second time around in 1884. What changed? What made Díaz go from the victor against a reelectionist government to the very embodiment of it? His early military career proved his loyalty to his people—the Mixtecs. Prior to his presidency, Díaz provided education and military training for the Indians, which indicated that he did not view them as an obstacle. During his four-year hiatus from the presidency (1880-1884), he was the governor of his native Oaxaca and there, too, he succeeded in implementing public services, with a focus on the Indians. Díaz’s rise to power is undoubtedly impressive and it is not surprising why many, then and now, still consider him the hero of Mexico—the one who brought Mexico out of its backwardness and into the world stage. But why did Díaz, or how did he, become his own antithesis?
Some scholars agree that Díaz was never sympathetic to all Indians. In fact, he stated that the Yaquis and the Mayas had always been a pest for Mexico and that they needed to be dealt with. This is not to say that Díaz loved the rest of Mexico’s Indians. Perhaps, it could be argued that Díaz’s ultimate drive was that of economic expansion. Once Díaz amassed absolute legislative power, his indigenismo went out of the picture. It was not so much about elevating the lower classes into modern society and thus integrating them, but more about the economic and power status of the nation. After all, Indians composed less than half of Mexico’s population and their unwillingness to participate in the dominant culture made them political enemies of the state, especially those who persistently refused assimilation like the Yaqui and the Maya.
As Díaz saw it, Indians impeded progress. It was not worth it to invest time and money to bring Indians out of their intellectual darkness and into a modern society through education. Díaz did not think Indians were biologically inferior to Europeans, but felt that centuries of subjugation had psychologically inhibited their ability to modernize. As mentioned in Creelman’s interview, Díaz claimed that Indians did not care to succeed because they could not see beyond the scope of a daily life. Indians needed a ruler to dictate their lives. However, this paternalistic approach to the Indian questioned turned from an issue of social welfare at the beginning of his presidency to one of indifference, so long as the economy kept progressing. On this point, Limantour and other científicos, played a great part because they “helped to alienate Díaz from the native peoples and this resulted in a growing indifference on the President’s part toward a wide sector of the population.” 
OR MAYBE NATIVES DIDNT WANT TO BE USED AS SLAVE LABOUR BY 'JEW' PIGS.




Pickelhaube by Porfirio Díaz

Goverment also corellates with polanski's/adrian jones pearson book Cow Country he talks about buying and selling cattle..which 'jews' call us humans cattle, cows, GOYIM. 

Cow_Country_(novel)
 I mean dont take my word for it. read for yourself. prepare to be sickened if you do...


No comments:

Post a Comment