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PUNK'D in Pakistan; I.W.W. the Islamic World War - The Series Volume 1 - The Start of the Staged 2009 Pakistani Civil War; January 2009 By Batman Jones
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Purchasing this book supports the reporting of the ongoing Islamic World War. The United States, the United Nations, and NATO are being PUNK'D and PLUNDERED in Pakistan - in the Pakistani government... More > sponsored, I.S.I. funded, STAGED Civil War of 2009. This Jihad civil war is being run as a business proposition to PLUNDER the United States and the Western world to support the Jihad Islamic World War. Billions of dollars from the U.S., U.N., and NATO are being redirected from humanitarian aid for the impoverished population by the I.S.I. (Pakistan's CIA) - to fight India in Kashmir, to arm their military to later fight India, and just redirected to employees of the government for their own personal enrichment. Billions of U.S. tax dollars have already been redirected from Afghanistan as PLUNDER for the Jihad waging I.W.W. - the Islamic World War.< Less
PUNK'D in Pakistan; I.W.W. the Islamic World War - The Series Volume 1 - The Start of the Staged 2009 Pakistani Civil War; January 2009 By Batman Jones
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Purchasing this book supports the reporting of the ongoing Islamic World War. The United States, the United Nations, and NATO are being PUNK'D and PLUNDERED in Pakistan - in the Pakistani government... More > sponsored, I.S.I. funded, STAGED Civil War of 2009. This Jihad civil war is being run as a business proposition to PLUNDER the United States and the Western world to support the Jihad Islamic World War. Billions of dollars from the U.S., U.N., and NATO are being redirected from humanitarian aid for the impoverished population by the I.S.I. (Pakistan's CIA) - to fight India in Kashmir, to arm their military to later fight India, and just redirected to employees of the government for their own personal enrichment. Billions of U.S. tax dollars have already been redirected from Afghanistan as PLUNDER for the Jihad waging I.W.W. - the Islamic World War.< Less
The Red Nurse By Michael Cooney
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This novel tells the story of the Little Falls, New York textile strike of 1912 from the perspective of one of its leading organizers, M. Helen Schloss. She was a public health nurse and an active... More > socialist before she came to Little Falls at the invitation of a group of wealthy women. When workers at the Phoenix and Gilbert textile mills struck against wage cuts in October, she was ready to support them in every way she could. Over the next three months, Little Falls was the national focus for the growing labor movement as Socialist Party and IWW activists from around the country joined the battle. But it was not the radical celebrities of the era who won the strike. It was the largely female, immigrant workers and the two women who led them: Helen Schloss and Matilda Rabinowitz. This volume also contains an excerpt from Matilda’s unpublished memoir.< Less
Ripples of a Lie By Esther Barnett Goffinet
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The trial of the century did not involve a celebrity or well known public figure. The trial of the century centered around a man with character and integrity unmatched by most men. When the American... More > Legion attacked the union hall in Centralia, Washington on November 19, 1919, it was the first time in history the union men fought back, leaving four soldiers dead. Innocent and unarmed, union man Eugene Barnett stood in the window of the hotel next door, a witness who could not be allowed to talk. "We know you had nothing to do with this," the prosecutor said, "but unless you keep your mouth shut, we're gonna send you up." Barnett had an extraordinary life through a turbulent time in our nation's history. Because of his willingness to sacrifice his life and freedom, every American has been touched by his contributions to our nation's history. Laws, beliefs and lives were transformed by his strength in doing what he believed was right -- to tell the truth. This is the true story of Eugene Barnett.< Less
Ripples of a Lie By Esther Barnett Goffinet
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The trial of the century did not involve a celebrity or well known public figure. The trial of the century centered around a man with character and integrity unmatched by most men. When the American... More > Legion attacked the union hall in Centralia, Washington on November 19, 1919, it was the first time in history the union men fought back, leaving four soldiers dead. Innocent and unarmed, union man Eugene Barnett stood in the window of the hotel next door, a witness who could not be allowed to talk. "We know you had nothing to do with this," the prosecutor said, "but unless you keep your mouth shut, we're gonna send you up." Barnett had an extraordinary life through a turbulent time in our nation's history. Because of his willingness to sacrifice his life and freedom, every American has been touched by his contributions to our nation's history. Laws, beliefs and lives were transformed by his strength in doing what he believed was right -- to tell the truth. This is the true story of Eugene Barnett.< Less
Ripples of a Lie By Esther Barnett Goffinet
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The trial of the century did not involve a celebrity or well known public figure. The trial of the century centered around a man with character and integrity unmatched by most men. When the American... More > Legion attacked the union hall in Centralia, Washington on November 19, 1919, it was the first time in history the union men fought back, leaving four soldiers dead. Innocent and unarmed, union man Eugene Barnett stood in the window of the hotel next door, a witness who could not be allowed to talk. "We know you had nothing to do with this," the prosecutor said, "but unless you keep your mouth shut, we're gonna send you up." Barnett had an extraordinary life through a turbulent time in our nation's history. Because of his willingness to sacrifice his life and freedom, every American has been touched by his contributions to our nation's history. Laws, beliefs and lives were transformed by his strength in doing what he believed was right -- to tell the truth. This is the true story of Eugene Barnett.< Less
Tales from the Rock City By Helen Schloss
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Writing this series of articles for "The New York Call" in 1913, Schloss describes the horrendous conditions then existing in the working class slums of Little Falls, NY. The Russian-born... More > Schloss came to Little Falls, hired by a group of wealthy women to address the ongoing tuberculosis epidemic among the poor. She describes her discouragement as she realizes that the workers simply cannot follow her advice on how to avoid disease., and felt that she had become only “a fad for the ladies.” By the time a strike spontaneously broke out in the town's textile mills, she was isolated from both her wealthy employers and the poor whom she was so desperate to help. Shocked by the police chief's observation that all of the strikers “ought to be shot,” she helps to organize a soup kitchen, only to be jailed for inciting to riot. After two weeks in the Herkimer County lock-up, she returns to the battle which finally ended in January, 1913 with modest pay increases for the strikers.< Less
Tales from the Rock City By Helen Schloss
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Writing for The New York Call in 1913, the pubic health nurse and activist, Helen Schloss describes the horrendous conditions then existing in the working class slums of Little Falls, New York. ... More > The Russian-born Schloss came to Little Falls in April of 1912, hired by a group of wealthy women to address the ongoing tuberculosis epidemic among the poor. By the time a strike spontaneously broke out in the town's textile factories, she was isolated from both her wealthy employers and the poor whom she was so desperate to help. Shocked by the police chief's observation that all of the strikers “ought to be shot,” she helps to organize a soup kitchen, only to be jailed for inciting to riot. After two weeks in the Herkimer County lock-up, she returns to the battle which finally ended in January, 1913 with modest pay increases for the strikers.< Less
Sabotage By Emile Pouget
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This little book became part of the creed of the Industrial Workers of the World, could be found in reading rooms of IWW halls. Written by Èmile Pouget, the words were translated from the... More > French by Arturo Giovannitti in 1912 while he was in jail in Lawrence, Massachusetts – a frame up for his part as a Wobbly leader during the textile-workers’ strike. For Pouget, Giovannitti, and the IWW, sabotage came to mean any withdrawal of efficiency — including the slowdown, the strike, and before a strike, the creative bungling of equipment for the scabs.< Less
Sabotage By Emile Pouget
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Èmile Pouget's words were translated from the French by Arturo Giovannitti while in jail in 1912 – framed during the textile-workers’ strike in Lawrence, Mass. For Pouget,... More > Giovannitti, and the IWW, sabotage meant withdrawal of efficiency — including the slowdown, strike, and before a strike, creative bungling of equipment for the scabs. This little book found in Wobbly halls and reading rooms became part of the creed of the Industrial Workers of the World. Sold at cost here for use and not for profit.< Less