And the youth of a colonized country, growing up in an atmosphere of shot and fire, may well make a mock of, and does not hesitate to pour scorn upon the zombies of his ancestors, the horses with two heads, the dead who rise again, and the djinns who rush into your body while you yawn. He knows that your muscles are not the same as his.
Nove, Alec "Victims of Stalinism: When we had bathed our own clothes were taken away from us, and we were dressed in the workhouse shirts, grey cotton things like nightshirts, reaching to the middle of the thigh.
In capitalist societies the educational system, whether lay or clerical, the structure of moral reflexes handed down from father to son, the exemplary honesty of workers who are given a medal after fifty years of good and loyal service, and the affection which springs from harmonious relations and good behavior--all these aesthetic expressions of respect for the established order serve to create around the exploited person an atmosphere of submission and of inhibition which lightens the task of policing considerably.
Coming back is worse than going, not only because you are already tired out but because the journey back to the shaft is slightly uphill. What made them do it. In all novels about the East the scenery is the real subject-matter.
And it is true that already at that level we can say that the community triumphs, and that it spreads its own light and its own reason. Among prehistoric humans, there is archaeological evidence for both contentions of violence and peacefulness as primary characteristics.
This problematical question has to be thought over. This encompassing violence does not work upon the colonized people only; it modifies the attitude of the colonialists who become aware of manifold Dien Bien Phus.
This ended only when news arrived that the Fatimid Egyptians had taken Jerusalem from the Turks, and it became imperative to attack before the Egyptians could consolidate their position. Spoilt children of yesterday's colonialism and of today's national governments, they organize the loot of whatever national resources exist.
Nowadays the preliminary work is done by an electrically-driven coal-cutter, which in principle is an immensely tough and powerful band-saw, running horizontally instead of vertically, with teeth a couple of inches long and half an inch or an inch thick.
Watching coal-miners at work, you realize momentarily what different universes people inhabit. When You, came to be searched, he fair held you upside down and shook you. When you go down a coal-mine it is important to try and get to the coal face when the 'fillers' are at work.
The canal path was a mixture of cinders and frozen mud, criss-crossed by the imprints of innumerable clogs, and all round, as far as the slag-heaps in the distance, stretched the 'flashes'—pools of stagnant water that had seeped into the hollows caused by the subsidence of ancient pits. History and Society in Central America.
You do not turn any society, however primitive it may be, upside down with such a program if you have not decided from the very beginning, that is to say from the actual formulation of that program, to overcome all the obstacles that you will come across in so doing.
It has been discussed at length by researchers in sociology  medical anthropology  psychology philosophy and bioarchaeology. The authorities do in fact take some spectacular measures. He and we were a party of men walking together, seeing, hearing, feeling, understanding the same world; and in two minutes, with a sudden snap, one of us would be gone—one mind less, one world less.
Overhead is the smooth ceiling made by the rock from which the coal has been cut; underneath is the rock again, so that the gallery you are in is only as high as the ledge of coal itself, probably not much more than a yard. The warders had formed in a rough circle round the gallows.
Some of the men refused the bath, and washed only their 'toe-rags', the horrid, greasy little clouts which tramps bind round their feet.
As collateral, the Crusaders seized the Christian city of Zara ; Innocent was appalled, and promptly excommunicated them. He becomes a sort of hollow, posing dummy, the conventionalized figure of a sahib.
This is not intended to bring the coal out, only to loosen it. The doctor kept us waiting two hours this time, and it was ten o'clock before we finally escaped. The treaty and suspicions about Frederick's ambitions in the region made him unpopular, and he was forced to return to his domains when they were attacked by Pope Gregory IX.
The Christian Church split along Latin Orthodox lines in after centuries of disagreement leading to a permanent division called the East—West Schism.
The Eurasian boy walking beside me nodded towards the way we had come, with a knowing smile:. A textbook on the theory and practice of non-violence, written by a Dutch pacifist and anarcho-syndicalist who warns that "the more violence, the less revolution".
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