Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Zone of Reality: Castro Notes

By Rich Kozlovich

How do these people sleep at night? It is clear that nothing is as it seems. Why do prominent people tout twisted destructive philosophies that are designed to overturn every traditional stable concept that exists? What are their goals? I have concluded that there is something wrong with these people mentally and morally because this has been the pattern in the universities that became infested by the by Herbert Marcuse  and the Frankfurt School people who fled Hitler’s Germany in the 1930's.

However, the universities’ leaders were already infested with "intellectuals" like Margaret Mead who were working to overturn the moral structure of western society, and based on their own lives, one could believe it was an attempt to justify their own moral failures. These “original thinkers”  have left devastation in their wake. So the pattern among “modern” thinkers was that nothing is right, nothing is wrong, everything is subjective. This has laid the groundwork for this kind of thinking today. We have lost our way! We have lost our minds.


Lincoln Center Sponsors Jazz for Castro-Stalinism

By Humberto Fontova

Multi-Grammy-winner Wynton Marsalis, who serves as artistic director for jazz at the Lincoln Center, also serves as an official "United Nations Messenger of Peace." On Martin Luther King Day 2006, Mr Marsalis addressed Tulane University, quoting Dr King's words and hailing his deeds. "Dr. King's actions made his dream our reality," Marsalis beamed. ….. Wynton Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra spent all of last week as grateful guests of a Stalinist/Apartheid regime that murdered more political prisoners in its first three years in power than Hitler's murdered in its first six and that jailed political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin did. Among these victims were the longest-suffering black political prisoners in modern history. Within walking distance of where Wynton Marsalis and his Lincoln Center jazz luminaries hobnobbed with Castro officials at Havana's Teatro Mella, black political prisoners were being tortured for the crime of publicly quoting the works of Marin Luther King and the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights. Among these prisoners is Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet, an Amnesty International prisoner of conscience who was awarded (obviously in absentia) the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Bush in 2008…… But have you ever heard of…. any of the other black Cuban heroes [from] CNN….60 Minutes…The New York Times…Washington Post [or] NPR during Black History Month….History Channel or A and E?

Ever hear the NAACP or Congressional Black Caucus mention them?

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