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Havanna Chamber of Commerce Speech on Petersberg Massacre
por Ras Ramsay Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017 at 7:47 AM

“Everyone in the Western hemisphere with even only the smallest familiarity with its religious history knows that the single most significant event since the beginning of the rollback of colonialism in the 18th century is the Petersberg Massacre of 1979. 1979 – on the background of the Eastern world’s beginning of the Islamic revolution, in the jungle of Guyana where a Christian personality cult colony bearing the name of its founder and leader, Peter Toussaint, brings it about.”

“In the result, the whole population of Petersberg, a huge ferry-load of people, are found lying on the ground dead from drinking poison served by its leader, including himself. Furthermore it turns out that they did so in anticipation of a diplomatic visit of Virginia congressman Litwin Dylan, who arrives on the massacre scene expecting a live community leading diplomatic talks.”

“For american Christians this is so significant because they have to take a faithful position on it –was it their faith that produced this? And if not so, how would we have noticed in advance? Either way a true dilemma. At the end of the day, their priest and their psychiatrists are referring the case back and forth to each other until you get tired of the ballgame.”

“Most Christian churches there argue that it would have been Toussaint’s Antiamerican political stance that led to the massacre. And in fact Toussaint recruited from sidelined communities whose members were better in touch than others with how Americans are being perceived by people around the world for what they have done over the generations to innocent and guilty alike. Still, Petersberg remains an american exceptionalism.”

“From cable leaks we can today tell with certainty that Litwin Dylan was not aware of internal developments in the Toussaint group. He did not know that the community had recently suffered a severe blow from the unresolved drive-by shooting of Leo Toussaint, the leader’s first son, in Guyana’s coastline capital Jonestown.”

“Neither did he know that this assassination had been organised by Toussaint’s own Prophet Guard on their own order, just like the poison in the drink, because they had been drilled on ultra-tight security and were unaware of Peter Toussaint’s personal background. Just like the background of the poison was not pure water, but a commercial american industry-made drink obtained through import.”

“Leo Toussaint might have said they added body poison to mind poison, as they always did complete his father’s orders on their own behalf. From today’s view it is clear that they also completed a weird religious book interpretation of first son sacrifice Peter Toussaint had inherited from his forefathers.”

“Litwin Dylan could have known that the Toussaint family had a slaver history on their ranch that Peter Toussaint loathed with all his heart – which is the reason why he found to the Antiamerican way, though bringing with him a few inherited habits pending complete Abolition. Contemporaries held sincere hope that these renegade Americans would finally come to fully cleanse their hearts and reconcile with God and the world.”

“One such habit is the first born sacrifice. Warlord slavers did so in their permanent regional wars and tug-of-wars when they were feeling defeat. What did the colonial slaver with his slaves on his plantation do when he was to be defeated by the other colonial slaver, without any rescue of human rights to reach for?”

“I tell you what they did. In such a situation, a slaver would deliberately commit a profoundly moronic mistake, the more blatantly obvious the better, only to wait for one of the slaves to raise its voice and oppose. Then he would severely punish that slave for opposition, casually correct the mistake, and pompously appoint that slave to be overseer of the other slaves.”

“From his writings it is known however that Leo Toussaint had done his own independent research on colonial history and figured out that deliberately not raising their voices as overseers when they were being provoked to do so, well, that is how leaders of slave rebellions recognise each other. They collectively resist the lure and fraternise among and against all slavers regardless who does the worst nonsense just right now.”

“Toussaint junior led the opposition of Petersberg, and had discussed the poison scenario with his followers there after Toussaint senior had received an american mayor intending to bring back cult member originating from his village, in preparation to which he had served his guards the same industrial drink, which they all swallowed.”

“Toussaint junior, in the name of some of the individuals concerned, had argued that his prophet father, in the moment he did pursue any formal diplomatic contact, would be in the role of a mundane king, and have to be handled and treated as such by Petersberg people.”

“He preached to the local opposition that the religious books on the issue of cultural captivity commanded the faithful to be aware that in these circumstances the foundation of successful independence was to avoid the food provided by the king, which included the drink.”

“In fact Leo Toussaint believed that both the guards and his father had committed grave mistakes, namely by taking the drink on one side, and by humiliating subordinates to make them work better. His followers intended to hold a local convention to set up imperative guidelines for freelance delegates to answer any contact requests from american officials. The guards were furious.”

“Also killed in the Jonestown drive-by shooting was Daniel Sixpack, the opposition’s second hand man to whom the leader’s heir had delegated all subcultural tasks how opposition members would recognise each other without loyal Petersberg inhabitants taking notice. The opposition was paralysed.”

“Before the attention span is exceeded or the air in this room is spent or you get a wireless headache or whatever, let me thank you for inviting me here to Cuba to mention that the commercial drink depravity – you are aware that in slaver societies traded goods were not commodities, they were not selected for names they bear and stories associated with them, but for other poor criteria such as producer coalition building, which makes the slaver habit in capitalism appear like a cannibal in a business suit, grossly anachronistic not only in terms of aesthetics – that this industrial commodity abuse resonates in the forced feeding in the american torture prison in the colonial legacy treaty exclave here on this island. Any and every american Christians still insisting that Toussaint had been a lone extremist with no connection to their faith need to have their noses pushed into this, until they begin to take care to purge and purify their hearts. They need to be pointed at this again and again.”

“What happened in Toussaint’s Prophet Guard, all of whose members died in the suicide drinking? I already mentioned that these were younger people, the younger generation, in the typical american generation conflict between boomers and boomerangs. Of course they were plotting to replace Toussaint before he would decease in office, and in doing so circumvent the legitimate replacement.”

“As I also mentioned, the group recruited from segments of society less isolated than others and more in touch with the true world outside America. Yet in the early days of the guard’s formation already, they had rallied around the human sacrifice idea because it allowed them more recruitment.”

“You may wonder how losses might appear attractive, but this group of youngsters had found a way to recruit seniors in conflict with their successors by offering to destroy their opponent’s lives. For example, your son would not move out, you would become a cult member and in exchange the cult would take care of your problem for you.”

“This did not only increase their own recruitment efficiency, but even more so decrease the efficiency of any rival group inside the cult pursuing recruitment by any other means. After they had dried out all honesty from their efforts, in their group paranoia they became the elite Prophet Guard.”

“And like any other slave overseers, they would add their extra bit of violence on top of the slaver’s orders they executed. So they did to the opposition, which found itself under a graver threat than an american president or vice president, and finally to their leader himself who until his last moments thought that he was playing a joke.”

“Oddly enough Peter Toussaint of Petersberg, Guyana died stuck on the assumption that his son had fallen to a random criminal incident, and should have stayed at home instead of self-organising with outside partners. Yet if you look at local police statistics, of all types of gunfights you can find the drive-by shooting is almost the only one in which the target is always innocent.”

“In the slaver society, when you resist the lure you are a rebel. When you are a traitor then you take it because otherwise you could not benefit from your treason. In capitalism, there may also be traitors resisting the lure, just like financial speculators fixated upon selling their assets not now but later.”

“Historical materialism teaches us that there would be no other place for treason than in front of the slaver, once the outside tide changed, because the slaver would use you as a tool to eliminate any other type of treason that might not carry him on. In capitalism there are plenty, because finance can always outmatch production.”

“I remind you again that we are looking at the very best of America. These were folks among which political views like America-first nuclear disarmament were self-evident. They could and should have been instructors of their erring people, and yet they carried out the habits of these they loathed upon each other exactly when it mattered most not to do so.”

“The Prophet Guard had formed in 1975 after India tested its nuclear weapon and the Toussaint group experienced an undeserved surge of fresh members disillusioned by India-oriented alternative communities. Toussaint got increasingly confused of potential rivals inside the ranks and two years later formally instituted his prophet guard, whose existence then culminated in the suicide drinking another two years later.”

“Historically, the Petersberg massacre signifies the peak of the american colonial legacy in the cloak of Antiamerican opposition. From that point onwards, for example the Arab kings did as well, while even Antiamerican Americans came to be perceived with greater scepticism in regard to their legacy habits.”

“Had Peter Toussaint lived the life of his forefathers before Abolition, his son would probably have been a general in the warlord army having his plantation administrated by unchecked overseers, and the slave massacre there would have been a footnote in a much more deadly war for territories and markets.”

“But as an unconscious post-Abolition heir, he raised his head outside the cheese-cup of american culture at least a bit, enough for many to follow him by right instinct, and his son as a conscious one even more so. I close with the finding that the conscious objector, all the more so standing on the shoulders of the unconscious one, is the most precious form of historical progress, as Lenin had said about the European communists.”

Friday, Aug 25th 2017

america, christianity, guantanamo

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