Wereth 11 – African-American Heroes of WWII!

The Wereth 11”, were: Curtis Adams of South Carolina; Mager Bradley of Mississippi, George Davis Jr. of Alabama; Thomas Forte of Mississippi; Robert Green of Georgia; James Leatherwood of Mississippi; Nathaniel Moss of Texas; George Motten of Texas; William Pritchett of Alabama; James Stewart of West Virginia; and Due Turner of Arkansas. When African-American soldiers returned to the US and were demobilised – the US Government deliberately withheld from this men the financial assistance granted to all White Veterans of WWII. 

Aum Shinrikyo (Аум Синрике) in Post-Soviet Russia (1991-1995)

In 1989, Shoko Asahara gave the Dalai Lama one thousand US dollars, in return, the Dalai Lama gave the Japanese a “diploma” and a letter of recommendation. In this letter, addressed to the competent authorities of Tokyo, the Dalai Lama called Shoko Asahara “a very capable spiritual mentor” and defined the sect “Aum Shinrikyo” as “a legitimate distributor of Mahayana Buddhism and a sect that can push the public toward kindness.” The Dalai Lama in the letter even asked the relevant Tokyo authorities “to release the Aum Shinrikyo sect from taxation.”

Jennifer Pan (2010)

Such an infantile attitude surely lays the long-term foundation for the next appalling crime committed by a Chinese person living in the West. Only the strict application of logic and reason will extract the Chinese diaspora from this quagmire of racism, and this process requires a ruthless deconstruction of ALL racist narratives.

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